Post Gradute Diploma in Cyber Laws

Duration of Course : One Year

Eligibility for admission
To be eligible for admission the candidate must have a bachelor’s degree in any stream from NMU only. Students who are enrolled in NMU for current year are only eligible.
Course Structure : Syllabus
Paper -I
The Emerging Jurisprudence of Cyber Space 100 Marks
(90 Hours)

Paper – II
IPR in Cyber Space 100 Marks
(90 Hours)

Paper-III
Practical 100 Marks
(120 Hours)
Total marks 100 equivalent to 8 Credit points of which 40% shall be through internal evaluation.
Structure of Examination System of Courses under Ord. 181 of N.M.U.

1. Total marks 100 equivalent to 8 Credit points of which 40% shall be through internal evaluation. The Examination will be conducted at the end of the year and each paper will carry 100 marks.
Distribution of marks will be as under,
a) External Marks – 60
b) Internal Marks – 40

2. The marks for internal assessment are divided as follows.
A) Group discussion and seminar participation 15 marks
B) Written test 15 marks
C) Viva-voce 10 marks
Total 40 marks

3. Pattern for internal assessment.
A) Group discussion and seminar –
I) Group discussion and seminars shall be regularly held during the tutorial period o n p r e – a s s i g n e d o r p r e – p r e
pared papers in consultation with the head of department. The College shall be free to arrange fortnightly seminars.
ii) The detail record of the same shall be maintained by the teacher concerned, which can at any time be scrutinized by the University Au- thorities.
B) Written Tests : –
I) There shall be two Periodic written test for each subject carrying of 7 and

 

Paper-III
Practical 100 Marks
(120 Hours)
Total marks 100 equivalent to 8 Credit points of which 40% shall be through internal evaluation.
Structure of Examination System of Courses under Ord. 181 of N.M.U.

1. Total marks 100 equivalent to 8 Credit points of which 40% shall be through internal evaluation. The Examination will be conducted at the end of the year and each paper will carry 100 marks.
Distribution of marks will be as under,
a) External Marks – 60
b) Internal Marks – 40

2. The marks for internal assessment are divided as follows.
A) Group discussion and seminar participation 15 marks
B) Written test 15 marks
C) Viva-voce 10 marks
Total 40 marks

3. Pattern for internal assessment.
A) Group discussion and seminar –
I) Group discussion and seminars shall be regularly held during the tutorial period o n p r e – a s s i g n e d o r p r e – p r epared papers in consultation with the head of department. The College shall be free to arrange fortnightly seminars.
ii) The detail record of the same shall be maintained by the teacher concerned, which can at any time be scrutinized by the University Au- thorities.

B) Written Tests : –
I) There shall be two Periodic written test for each subject carrying of 7 andhalf marks each.
ii) The teacher concerned may announce the topic / s for the test in advance
iii) The test shall be conducted by College.
iv) The teacher concerned, shall maintain a detail rocord of the test, which can be scrutinized by the University Authorities at any time.
v) All the above said process Shall be under the control of the principal of the college.

C) Viva-Voce

  1. There shall be one Viva-voce examination towards the end of each semester courese.
  2. The topics for Viva-voce examination shall be assigned by the concerned teacher well in advance.
  3. The Viva- voce examination shall shall be conducted by the teacher concerned and another teacher appointed by the Principal, S. S. Maniyar Law College, Jalgaon. from the faculty for about 15 minutes per student.
  4. A detailed record of the Viva-voce examination shall be maintained by concerned, which can at any time be scrutinized by University Authorities.
  5. All the above process shall be under the control of the principal of the college. (E) Standard and grade of Passing To pass the examination a candidate must obtain 50% marks in aggregate and 40% marks in individual paper.