Subject-Wise Plan

The Subject-Wise Brief Plan is categorized on the nature of the subject and correlating with each other which enable the concerned students to cope-up and have better understanding in a short time.

The brief plans will benefit the most to those students who are inclined to go in a particular field or have confusion regarding his/her future professional areas.

The plans have detail clubbed area of legal work which has co-relation to each other and after getting the details of practical implication, the students who are about to become professional might have better broader practice areas and which enables them to become better professional.

The program will lead all aspect of practical implication of concerned law subject and it will also aware the students to think and act not as a student but as a professional and it may reduce the struggle period as professionals which also help to become more financially sound and independent in comparison to other new professionals in the same area of work.

The plan is drafted in such a way which provides the maximum practical tricky situations to the student and also allows them to learn and be aware that how to tackle/ deal with the situation and decide the best possible way to represent the client in real situation after becoming professional. All these subject-wise plans include client-counselling and drafting.

Note: this plan can also be availed by all those candidates who are fresher, graduates or have to start professional life, or want to boost their career.

Family Laws-1

Family Laws-2


Paralegal & Documentation

Banking Laws-1

Banking Laws-2

Corporate Laws-1

Corporate Laws-2

Corporate Laws-3

Admiralty & Maritime Laws

Constitution + NGT Litigation

Consumer Litigation + Cheque Dishonour (S. 138, NIA)

CAT +Labour Tribunal

Arbitration + Other ADRs

Core Litigation-1 (Civil)

Core Litigation-2 (Criminal)

Banking Laws 1


a. Loan Agreements 
b. Mortgage
iii.Declaratory mortgage for Agriculture Purpose
c. Hypothecation
d. Pledge
e. S.179, 180, 185 & 186 of Companies Act: borrowing powers of Companies.
f. Stamp duties


a. Disputes u/s 138, Negotiable Instruments Act 
b. Disputes u/s 25, Payments & Settlements Act
c. SARFAESI proceedings
d. CERSAI Proceedings
e. DRT Proceedings
f. Arbitration related to Banking Laws & agreements
g. Monitoring
h. Charge filing
i. Charge creation under RoC
j. Information Utilities, eg. NeSL
k. Litigation pertaining to Financial Creditor u/s 7, IBC, 2016

Banking Laws 2


a) Ombudsman 
b) RBI Act & Guidelines
c) Banking Regulations
d) KYC Policies
e) RBI Loan Policies
f) Gold Loan Policies


1. Arrest of ship arising out of various Maritime claims and Maritime liens.
2. Charter-party disputes and agreement drafting, Demurrage and Laytime Disputes, Detention of ship.
3. Collission at sea and Salvage claim.
4. Arbitration regarding Bunker Quality Claim and its effect on loss of employment of the vessel.
5. Carriage of goods by Sea Act related disputes.
6. Bill of Lading disputes and consultancy and opinion drafting.
7. Marine insurance claims and its litigation works.
8. Disputes over off-hire clauses in the Charter-party.
9. Law of Sea and its litigation over various disputes comprising of Public International Law.


Basic concepts for GST:

1. Introduction of GST
2. Landmark cases of Excise, Service tax and other indirect taxes got subsumed in GST
3. Taxable event, Reverse Charge
4. Composition levy, Registration
5. Input tax credit
6. Place of supply and time of supply
7. Valuation
8. Rate of tax and classification
9. Job work and E-way bill
10.Demands, Appellate Authorities and Advance Rulings

Practical topics on GST:

1. Registration under GST Act
    a.	Person liable for registration
    b.	Compulsory registration in certain cases
    c.	Core fields or Non-core fields (Amendments)
    d.	Cancellation
2. Returns
    a.	GSTR-1, GSTR-2, Form 3B
    b.	Furnishing of returns
    c.	Final return/Annual return
    d.	Levy of late fee
3. GSTR-1
    a.	What all details are required under GSTR-1 and important points to remember
4. Form 3B
    a.	What all details are required under GSTR-3B and important points to remember
5. Composition Scheme
    a.	Persons fall under the scheme
    b.	Its applicability
    c.	Returns format
    d.	Requirements
    e.	Conditions
6. Tax invoice, Credit Note and Debit Note
7. Input Tax Credit
8. Different kinds of forms* (advance level)
    a.	DRC-03
    b.	ITC-01
    c.	ITC-02
    d.	RFD-01A
    e.	GSTR 9


1. Introduction of Income Tax.
2. Jurisdictional Authority of Income Tax authorities/ Chain of Income-tax authorities.
3. Income Tax Returns(ITRs) filing
    -Types of ITR Forms
    -How to file ITR online
        • Step by step procedure
    -How to pay tax online
        • Step by step procedure
4. How to fight Income Tax cases in real life
    -Knowledge of relevant sections
    -Knowledge of decided cases
5. Practical concept and case study relating to –
    • Capital Gain
    • Profits and Gains of Business or Profession (P/G/B/P)
    • Other sources 
6. Concept of Tax Deducted at Source (TDS)
    • When to deduct TDS
    • TDS Payment (online)
    • TDS Return filing online
        - Step by step procedure
    • Concept of Form 26AS
7. Transfer of money from India to Foreign country – 
       Income tax issues and some concepts. 

Intellectual Property Rights

Introduction to Intellectual Property Rights

        1.	History and International Regime: 
        2.	Practical application of various IPR  in Corporate World 
        3.	Interface between IPR and Competition Law

Law of Copyright and Design

        1.	Meaning, Nature of Copyright and Design
        2.	Idea/expression Dichotomy 
        3.	Drafting of application for registration of designs /copyright 
        4.	Infringement: Civil and Criminal Remedies along with its practical application such as investigation , 
                appointment of local commissioner for search and seizure of infringing products , Process of local commission ,
                drafting of inventory list , Superdari bond etc. 

Law of Patent and Undisclosed Information

        1.	Patent Scope, Objectives and Justification
        2.	Patentability Criteria
        3.	Patentable and Non- patentable inventions
        4.	Registration, Ownership, Rights of Patentee, Transfer of technology
        5.	Working of Patents and Compulsory licensing
        6.	Patent search 
        7.	Drafting of patents application along with various aspects of formation of claims; details of provisional 
                specification and complete specification. 

Law of Trademark and Geographical Indication

        1.	Trademark Justification, History, and International Treaties
        2.	Registration (India and International level) : classification of products as per NICE classification , Trademark 
                Search report generation, filing of various trademark application as TM A, TM B etc. 
        3.	practical aspect of trademark registration ; analysis of trademark published in trademark journal , analysis of 
                examiners report and preparation of reply , opposition of trademark published in journal , generation of trademark 
        4.	Kinds : Conventional and Non-conventional(wordmark,  logos , device mark etc )
        5.	Protection of Trademark: Use of trademarks as Meta tags, Domain name dispute resolution
        6.	Licensing and Assignments
        7.	Passing off, Infringement and Remedies with its practical application such as  investigation of infringing or 
                deceptively similar marks , appointment of local commissioner for search and seizure of infringing products , 
                Process of local commission , drafting of inventory list , Superdari bond etc.
        8.	Geographical Indication Meaning, Nature and Justification
        9.	National and International Perspective

            Impact of internet: Management of various IPS through website of IP INDIA 
            WIPO Digital Agenda and management of its web site