Programme Details

LLM Programs in Criminal Law in nashik | LLM (Criminal Law)

Sandip University is considered to be one of the top L.L.M. (Criminal Law) Colleges in India. With the capacity of 50 seats, we offer the best PG course in Criminal Law. The structure of the course is according to the guidelines laid down by UGC or University Grants Commissions. The basics of the course seek the right balance between the law in motion and law on paper by the introduction of dedicated research, pedagogy, and innovative curriculum. The course is available to those students who wish to make a stunning breakthrough with advanced specialization in the field of law.

As one of the leading Criminal Law Colleges in Nashik, we help you build the foundation and gain a better understanding of the role of law in the contemporary world.

If you are a person who wants to enter the legal field desiring to put an end to the crimes in the society, you have definitely come to the right place. We have the right faculty, course structure, strong peer group and accretion and all these have helped us earned the reputation of the top LLM colleges in Nashik.

We have the best experienced and talented faculties to help you have a better grasp of all subjects through proper guidance and doubt solving. We assist our students with world-class teaching so that they can understand each and every aspect of criminal law. You are sure to become a successful criminal lawyer as you pursue your course from Sandip University. If you are willing to have a bright future in the legal field, undertake our Law courses at Nashik without a second thought.

1st Year Fee : Rs 80,000 per annum

Hostel Fee Rs. 65000 per annum + 5000 security deposit.

Please note fees for (examination, eligibility, sports etc.) will be charged extra,

Ist Semester IInd Semester
• Law and Social Transformation in India • Judicial Process
• Indian Constitutional Law ? The New Challenges • Legal Education and Research Methodology
• Penology and Treatment of Offenders • Privileged Class Deviance
• Comparative Criminal Procedure