Diploma Courses of IALS

Admission Procedure- Diploma in Housing Laws

Collect Prospectus with Application form from IALS Office, Law College Campus.

On payment of Rs.200/- for DHL

  1. Candidates shall submit the filled in application form with following documents

    • Statement of marks of qualifying Examination

    • Passing certificate of qualifying Examination

    • Two Passport size photographs

  2. Take approval on the form from IALS office- Contact Person Ms.Manjusha Gurjar

  3. Pay fees online

    Instructions related to Payment of Fees:

    1. Payment mode of fees is online only.

    2. Follow the link for detailed instructions regarding payment of fees

      • The link opens on 27thJune 2017 at 10.00 a.m.

      • The Link closes on 15thJuly 2017by 2.00 p.m.

  4. Below mentioned are steps to be followed for making payment of fees online. Please use this link:

    1. Step I : Select the State, Educational Institution that is “ILS Law College, Pune” Then Click on Submit.

    2. Step II : Select Category that is Course Name – “Diploma in Housing Laws

    3. Then Click on submit. New window will open.

    4. Step III : Fill all the details CORRECTLY. Click on confirm. Verification window Opens -verify your details. (Note – After verification details cannot be modified.)

    5. Step IV : Payment window opens – with options SBI Internet Banking / Other Banks Internet Banking / Debit / Credit Cards. Select any one option and fill in the required details according to the nature of transaction.

    6. Step V : After completion of step IV Payment receipt will be generated.

    7. Step VI: Take two copies of the payment receipt and submit at the IALS Office to Ms.Manjusha Gurjar.

      • Your admission will be confirmed after these steps ae followed.

        • For further details – Contact : Ms Manjusha Gurjar at IALS between 10.00 a.m. to 4.00 p. m. on all working days. [Lunch break 1.00 p.m. to 1.30 p.m.] Phone – (020) 25676866 / 25652072 -e-mail: ials@vsnl.com

Diploma in Housing Laws

  1. Information of Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (IALS)

    • Indian Law Society (ILS), Pune founded in 1923, established the ILS Law College in 1924 and the IALS in 1991. ILS Law College is graded as one of the country’s premier institutions in legal education. The Institute of Advanced Legal Studies was established in 1991 with an object to promote research in law and to conduct courses on various aspects of law. The Institute conducts courses on subjects of socio-legal interests to promote legal awareness not only amongst professionals, but also amongst lay people and persons engaged in various pursuits. These courses create a distinct and quality legal culture amongst the Indian community, which is supportive of the rule of law.

    • The other purpose for establishing the institute was to complement and support the efforts of ILS Law College in promoting quality legal education. Professor S.P. Sathe, the former Principal of the ILS College was the founder Director of the Institute. Professor Sathe was the inspiration behind the establishment of the Institute. The Institute continues to conduct activities relevant to society at large.

  2. Information about the Diploma in Housing Laws

    • The course aims at providing a platform to familiarize the candidates with laws relevant to buying or leasing a house, laws relating to agricultural and non-agricultural land, laws relating to co-operative housing societies, law of ownership flats and apartment-owners, law related to Stamp and Registration, Land Acquisition Act, Pune Metropolitan Regional Development Authority Act (PMRDA), Transfer of Development Rights (TDR), The RealEstate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 (RERA), Laws relating to Coastal Regulation Zone (CRZ), National Green Tribunal Act and all laws relevant to transfer of land.

  3. Eligibility

    • Graduate of any recognized University in any discipline

    • Diploma in any discipline or any equivalent diploma from a recognized Institution.

  4. Admission procedure

    • Candidates intending to enroll for admission to the diploma course shall submit the prescribed application form along with necessary enclosures.

  5. Fee Structure

    • Rs. 40,000/- (For ILS Students)

    • Rs. 45,000/- (For Outsiders)

  6. Teaching Method : Lecture Method

  7. Course Content:

    1. Introduction of Indian Legal System

    2. Housing one of the basic needs, Security and Comfort; Investment, Housing Policy

    3. Concepts of Ownership and Possession

    4. Basic Principles of Contract

    5. Devolution of Immovable property during life time –Inter-vivos

    6. Devolution of Immovable property on death of a person

      • By Inheritance

      • By Succession

    7. Power of Attorney

    8. Certain Specific transfers Cooperative societies, MHADA, Apartments Leasehold land etc.

    9. Revenue Records

    10. Public notice; Questionnaire; Search Report and Title Investigation; Registration Record, Verification of Documents etc.

    11. Purchase of Flats -From Booking of Flats/Apartments until formation of Society/Condominium

    12. Formation and Management of Societies & Apartments

    13. Development agreement and Redevelopment of buildings in a Co-Operative Housing SocietyRecent law provisions and procedure in respect of deemed conveyance.
    14. Farm Houses, Agricultural land

    15. Stamp Duty and Registration
    16. The Benami Transactions (prohibition) Amendment Act, 2016

    17. Land Acquisition Act, 2013

    18. Law relating to tenants and Licensees
    19. Mortgage on Immovable Property

    20. Housing: An avenue for investment

    21. Housing finance

    22. Relevant Provisions of Specific Relief Act pertaining to transactions of immovable property

    23. Land use policies

    24. Dispute settling mechanism to resolve problems relating to Housing and Land deals –

    25. Applicability of the Consumer Protection Act to Housing.- Some cases

    26. Challenges before Construction Industry

    27. The RealEstate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 (RERA)

    28. Status of Service Tax and VAT on real estate- Impact of GST on Real Estate

    29. Land Titling bill – New Bills relating to immovable Property and Real Estate pending before the Parliament.

    30. Labour Laws with regard to Construction Industry

  8. Duration of the Course: 3 months (32 Units of teaching)

  • Days: Four days in a week – Monday to Thursday

  • Timings: 6.00 p.m. to 8.00 p.m.

  1. Proposed-in-take

  • Admission is restricted to only 50students

  1. Assessment pattern
    Distribution of marks:

  1. Attendance (60% attendance) 10 Marks

  2. Lecture Summary (details as provided) 20 Marks

  3. Group Discussion (on topics allotted by the Institute) 10 Marks

  4. Final Objective Written Test (at the end of the course) 60 Marks

Total 100 Marks

  1. Attendance

Minimum attendance required is 60% of the number of lectures conducted. If a student does not fulfill this requirement of minimum attendance, he/she will be disqualified from writing the final examination.

  1. Faculty

Faculty consists of senior lawyers from the Pune Bar and eminent academicians – Principal V.G. Joshi, Dr. Nilima Bhadbhade, Ms. Laxmi Paranjpe, Ms. Shaila Daware, Mr. V.N. Rao, Advocate. V.S. Atre, Advocate Sandeep Gujarathi, Advocate Kedar Dhongde, Advocate S.V. Kanetkar, Advocate Abhijeet Hartalkar, Mr. Ameya Kunte, Advocate Rajesh Kadolkar, Advocate Makarand Deo, Advocate Malegaonkar, Advocate Dnyanaraj Sant, Mr. Rajiv Raje

  1. Co-ordinator – Ms. Sathya Narayan, Director, IALS

Office hours: 9.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. for additional information. Contact Person Ms.Majusha Gurjar .