National University, Bangladesh
LLB Preliminary Syllabus
LLB Preliminary Syllabus
Course Title: Constitutional Law of Bangladesh, UK and USA
Course Code: LAW 105 (New Course Code: LAW 505)
Group A: Constitutional Law of Bangladesh
- History of the Proclamation of Independence, 1971 and the Provisional Constitutional of Bangladesh Order, 1972.
- Preparation and Adoption of the Bangladesh Constitution on 4 November, 1972. Salient Features of the Original Constitution of Bangladesh.
- Preamble of the Original Constitution of Bangladesh, Fundamental Principles of State Policy and Fundamental Rights.
- Executive: President - His Powers and Functions, Impeachment and Removal of the President, Ordinance, Making Powers of the President, Emergency Provisions, Prime Minister and the Cabinet Ministerial Responsibility.
- Legislature: Composition and Functions of Parliament, Privileges and Immunities, of the Members of Parliament, Constitutional mendment and Delegated Legislation, Anti-Defection Law in Article 70 of the Constitution and Development of parliamentary Democracy in Bangladesh.
- Judiciary: Independence of Judiciary, Composition, Powers and Functions of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh, Writ Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court and Judicial Review.
- Local Government.
- Major Amendments of the Bangladesh Constitution and Basic Structure Principle.
- Constitutionalism in Bangladesh and Martial Law Regimes.
Group B: Constitutional Law of the United Kingdom
- Sources and Characteristics of the British Constitution.
- Conventions of the Constitution.
- Parliamentary Sovereignty.
- The Monarchy and Royal Prerogatives.
- Prime Minister, Cabinet, Ministerial Responsibility: Individual Responsibility and Collective responsibility.
- Judiciary and Parliamentary Sovereignty.
- Rule of Law.
- Parliamentary Sovereignty and European Union Law.
Group C: Constitutional Law of the United States of America
- Historical Development and Basic Features of The Constitution of the USA.
- Separation of Powers and the Powers of US President, Congress and Federal Judiciary.
- Executive: President-Powers and Functions and Impeachment.
- Legislature: Congress-Composition, Powers and Functions.
- Judiciary: Supreme Court of the US And Judicial Review.
N.B: There will be six questions from Group A and the students will have to answer four questions (4 x 12.5 = 50). There will be four questions from Group B and students will have to answer two questions (2 x 12.5 = 25). There will be four questions from Group C and students will have to answer two questions (2 x 12.5 = 25).
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