A student should complete all the core and foundational courses, along with skill development courses chosen separately from each group. Further, he needs to submit a dissertation and defend his thesis in an open viva-voce. Students also have an option to take up a litigation/arbitration/para-legal assignment instead of a dissertation, after taking prior consent from the programme coordinator and guide. Internships or research assignments may also be prescribed by the School from time to time.
1. Dr Vanisree Ramanathan
Associate Professor & HoS, EGCS School
(1) Law and Justice in Globalizing World
2. Prof. Martin Patrick
Visiting Faculty & Chief Economist, Centre for Public Policy Research
(1) Basics of International Economic Governance
Dr Martin Patrick secured his PhD in Applied Economics from the Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT), Kochi. He has worked as faculty of Economics in various government colleges. He received post-doctoral training at Tilburg University, Netherlands. He has won the award of Excellence in Education instituted by the Global Society for Health and Educational Growth, New Delhi in 2006. He has completed various projects for ICSSR, CDS, Planning Board (Kerala for UNDP), KILA and GIFT (for World Bank). He has served as the member of graduate and postgraduate board of studies of Calicut University, CUSAT, Kalady University and Kerala University. Presently, he is a Visiting Fellow at Indian Maritime Institute, Ernakulam and Xavier Institute of Management and Entrepreneurship, Ernakulam.
3. K M Gopakumar
Professor of Practice (Intellectual Property), EGCS School
(1) Intellectual Property Law
K.M. Gopakumar is the Legal Advisor and Senior Researcher with the Third World Network (TWN), New Delhi. His area of focus is the global intellectual property regime and its impact on developing countries.
4. Nithin Ramakrishnan
Assistant Professor of International Law, EGCS School
(1) Research Methods in Law and Theory
(2) Foundations of Private International Law
(3) Law Relating to Foreign Trade in India
5. Arun Krishnan
Consultant, EGCS School
(1) Clinical Course on Advanced Legal Writing
Known for his teaching of Legal Theory in National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkatta, he has been instrumental in launching the LL.M. Legal Theory Programme in Chinmaya Vishwavidyapeeth, the only post-graduate programme in Legal Theory in India. He has more than 6 years of teaching experience and a few years of litigation experience. Currently he also has consultancy assignments with a few important corporates in South Asia region and has expertise in both academic writing as well as commercial contract drafting.
6. Prof. Nagaraj Neerchal
Vice-Chancellor (officiating August), Chinmaya Vishwavidyapeeth
(1) Statistics for Lawyers
7. Professor of Commercial Laws – TBA
- INR 60,000 per annum for students from India and SAARC countries.
- USD 1,400 per annum for International students.
Please note that hostel facilities will not be available.
Caution Deposit and Semester 1 Fee
Every candidate selected for admission at Chinmaya Vishwavidyapeeth will be required to deposit an amount of INR 10,000 towards caution deposit and the first-semester programme fees in order to confirm his/her offer of admission by the acceptance deadline as specified in the offer letter.
Caution Deposit for International Students - USD 240