Class Room Lectures
Well qualified core faculty members, resource Persons deliver lectures on law subjects. The classrooms are specious, well equipped with modern furniture and Audio-Visual Facilities to facilitate learning. The classrooms are designed to promote maximum interaction between the faculty and the students.
Several eminent scholars and Legal luminaries are invited to deliver lectures on current topics relating to law.
The compulsory practical training, moot court is a part of the curriculum. The students are introduced to learn through Moot Court. They are required to prepare arguments on behalf of the plaintiff or defendant or are asked to sit as a Judge and deliver judgment of a case presented before the Moot Court. The purpose is to teach them to speak with confidence and inculcate the habit to self study and of reading the law journal, report and periodicals. Every case presented before the Moot court is followed by a discussion. For participating in the Moot Court the students are required to wear the dress prescribed for the purpose.
Case Study Methods
To sharpen the analytical and decision making skill of the student, faculty members used to discuss case studies regularly.
E- Library Facilities
The campus is equipped with e- library. E-Mail facility is provided to the faculty and staff for faster and paperless communication.
To impart practical training relating to proceeding of civil and criminal law Courts, visit to district and session courts, High Courts and supreme Court is arranged.
Legal Aid Camps
The legal aid camps are organized by the college every year to acquaint the students with village folk and give advice to villagers for their dispute resolution.