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Executive Summary Profile of the Institution Criteria-wise Analytical Report Curricular Aspects Teaching-Learning and Evaluative (iii) Research, Consultancy & Extensions (iv) Infrastructure and Learning Resources (v) Students Support and Progression (vi) Governance, Leadership and Management (vii) Innovations and Best Practice Declaration by the Head of the Institution.
It gives me pleasure in submitting the Self Study Report (S.S.R) of the T.N.B.Law College, Bhagalpur to the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), Bangalore for accreditation in compliance of our LOI requirements for further improvement in quality law graduates. Our motto is to strengthen the administration of justice system of the country by sending quality law graduates to the Bar and the Bench. We also target to produce competent law graduates in order to fulfil the Indian needs of the corporate sector, Banking Services, legal assistant etc. for providing them employment opportunity. This opportunity to record for accreditation has provided us an opportunity to improve ourself in different respect in order to prove the potential of the The legal profession in India is considered to be one of the noblest profession of the world. It also provides enormous opportunity of employment for the younger generation as Judicial officers, APP, Law officers, Legal Advisor, Legal Assistants and learned Advocates at different level. The institution feels indebted of the U.G.C. at whose instance the modern technology of teaching method has been adopted by introducing the e-library, Smart Board, Moot court hall, and teaching through Power Point Presentation etc. The institution has planned to implement B.B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) course from the next session as per direction of the B.C.I. The College has permanent affiliation of the Bar Council of India. It is a constituent unit of T.M.Bhagalpur University. I hope that the peer team of the NAAC will visit the institute very soon in view of the informations supplied. Dr. Sudhanshu Kumar Pandey EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The T.N.B.Law College, Bhagalpur has been a premier institution for imparting professional legal education in the Eastern region of India. It attracts the attention of students from the states like Jharkhand, W.B., Tripura, Manipur & Assam. etc. In response to the acceptance of letter of Intent, the institution is submitting its Self Study Report as per guidelines of the National Academic Accreditation Council for the evaluation of its working in the field of the legal education. The SSR records the vision, mission and innovative initiatives undertaken by the Institution. It also shows the real picture of legal education imparted in this premier institutions and constrained faced by Curricular Aspects:- The main mission of the T.N.B.Law College, Bhagalpur is to provide a forum for producing qualified professional law graduates and to disseminate knowledge about legal principles on implications and applications of law within social and legal context. Being a dedicated legal institution, our main objective is to produce quality law graduates in order to cater the needs of society. We frame our courses of study as per guidelines of the Bar Council of India and the U.G.C. in order to meet the growing needs of legal education in a dynamic society. The aim of our institution is to serve as a repository of the best name in legal fraternity and to make students to posses strong leadership, writing and analytical skill that will allow them to become assets for themselves, their family, the community, the nation and the world which are a prerequisite for a Law student. Teaching-Learning and Evaluation
The process of admission to LL.B. 5 years and 3 years Law Degree Courses is
completed through a combined Law Entrance Test organized by the College keeping in
view the admission rules of the University, the direction of the Bar Council of India and
the Human Resource Development Department, Govt. of Bihar. The number of seats in
a class or a section has already been fixed by the BCI. We have also adopted the
semester system of examination from the session 2010-11.
In our College, the lecture method of teaching process is adopted by the teachers in order to impart legal education. Now, with the help of U.G.C., teachers are using the modern technological method of teaching by using smart board, projectors, e-library and LED TV. The Institution has the facility of Inflibnet Connection and Wi-fi campus. Teachers are working hard in order to update the lesson plans in some important subjects with a view to provide proper guidance in the preparation of competitive examinations. The process of teaching is completed with the help of Moot Court classes, Tutorials Seminars, Debate and Workshop in order to involve students to think upon the current topics fruitful for better prospect of life. The analysis of Legal principles provisions of law and Judicial verdicts are also considered as a research. The teachers of the College are also involved in research work in guiding research scholars for Ph.D. degree's. The teachers of the College also get their research articles published in different journals. We have established a Legal Aid Clinic in which some teachers devote their time in providing free Leal Aid to the downtrodden and general needy people of the society.
Research, Extension and Collaboration

The T.N.B.Law College, Bhagalpur imparts legal education under 3 yrs and 5 yrs Law Degree Courses as per direction of the Bar Council of India. The function of Advocates and Judges are to interpret law and during the course of Judgement, they do analytical study of the subject and come to a particular conclusion which is also the result of a research. In addition to it, the College has a Post Graduate Department of Law recognized by the University which is run by the teachers of the College and provides a forum for Research in law with the help of Post Graduate Department Research Council chaired by the Vice Chancellor. I feel the P.G.Department of Law has provided research guidance to about 30 Ph.D. Degree holders successfully. The scholars are guided by the teachers of the College. The institution make legal awareness programme through its N.S.S. Unit headed by the Programme Officer. It has organised camps in the rural area for creating awareness about the different provisions of law useful in day-to-day life of the people. In this process the students are involved in the community service which is the third dimension of higher education. It gives opportunity for the development of hidden leadership character of a student in different area. The institution has collaboration with the District Bar Association and Regional Research Centre of T.M.Bhagalpur University, Bhagalpur for organizing workshop, seminars and innovative lectures beneficial for the society.
Infrastructure and Learning Resources

The Institute has possessed minimum infra-structure for imparting legal education. The
institution has its own building at Tilkamanjhi Chowk, Bhagalpur. Undoubtedly, the
infrastructure facility is a basic need for a legal institution for efficient conduct of
Educational programmes. We have 6 big lecture halls with the proper number of bench
and desks. In addition, we have six small lecture rooms for Tutorial Classes. We have a
library building having almost 4000 Sq. ft. floor area in which stake room, e-library,
reading room and counter for issuing books are there. The process of Automation is
going on and will be completed soon. One portion of the main building is used as
Administrative building having general office, Teachers room, cash counter, accounts
section and a small examination room is there for conducting examinations. It also
includes Toilet for teachers, students and staff, The Principal's chamber is also a part of
it. We have a Principal quarter in the college premises itself.
The Institution has about 40-50 computers 4 laptops, 4 projectors, one LED TV, which is going to be used in imparting legal education with modern technological
development. We have a moot-court hall of about 1600sq.ft. which is very beneficial for
arranging the Moot Court classes for students with a seating arrangement of about 200
students and infrastructure of a court also.
Governance and Leadership

Whatever the governance of the College is concerned, the head of the Institution takes keen interest in maintaining strict discipline in the College premises. The office functions timely and efficiently in order to meet the needs of students library also functions properly. Teachers are actively involved in their teaching work. Improvement in the campus for a better standard of legal education is priority of the college administration. Office and library automation has given a new dimension of development. We maintain a good law library which is considered to be the first in Bihar. Students are always attending classes in the prescribed uniform as per rules of the BCI. The principal has constituted several committees viz. Grievance redressal committee, committee for protection from sexual harassment, Library committee, campus discipline committee and committee for protection from ragging activities in order to provide smooth functioning of the college. CRITERION I: CURRICULAR ASPECTS
1.1 Curriculum Planning and Implementation
1.1.1 State the vision, mission and objectives of the institution, and describe
how these are communicated to the students, teachers, staff and other
stakeholders.
The T.N.B.Law College was established as an AFFILIATED SELF EXISTENCE LAW
COLLEGE
of Bihar University which later on became the part of Bhagalpur University,
Bhagalpur, with an object to impart legal education in the eastern region of India. In the
beginning it attracted students from West Bengal, Assam, Tripura and other small States
of the eastern region. Now, it is a Constituent Unit of the T.M. Bhagalpur University. The
main motto of this Institution is to disseminate legal education among the general people
in order to make them a legally conscious citizen of the country to establish a matured
democracy in India.
The Institution produces competent law graduates for strengthening the Bar and the
Bench in order to provide a sound basis for the administration of justice system in India.
It serves the society by introducing Legal Awareness Programme and Legal Aid Clinic
under the patronage of the Legal Services Authority of India. The students and teachers
are playing a constructive role in this regard. At the instance of the Govt. of Bihar, the
Institution has been successful in providing legal education to general people,
downtrodden, S.C./S.T., minority and women.

This objectives of the Institution is communicated to the society through students,
teachers and staff by organising introductory class for new entrants, meeting of the
teachers, staff, students and guardians in order to communicate the steps taken by the
institution for better quality of legal education in national perspective. We organise
seminars and workshops in order to make them understand the objective of the
institution.
In view of the above stated facts the following mission is targeted by the Institution. :-
1. To promote the students to contemplate the basic features and principles of law or
traditions governing India as well as global society.
2. To infuse and equip the students with the contemporary laws governing Indian society
and also to support the students in understanding that process of legislation making.
3. The ‘Law' is however set of rules and regulations but the need is to understand that
the law in itself is an institution which cares, preserve and foster the democratic set-
up
of any government.
4. To foster and nurture the students with English communication skills and also to
enable them to improve writing skills.

1.1.2 How does the institution develop and deploy action plans for effective

implementation of the curriculum? Five details of the process and
substantiate through specific examples(s).

The Institution strictly develops action plans for effective implementation of the curriculum which impart the quality education to Law students. Lecturers prepares. The schedule of work for each subject semester wise through the references citations in law available in our library and supported by Power-point presentation and e-contents. The college also organized the group discussion, debate, seminars and legal awareness camps. The curriculum delivery is effectively done through lectures, supported by Power Point Presentations, OHPs and e-contents development. Printed study material is also given to the students and through moot court training, the practical understanding for actual functioning of the courts procedure is also given to students. E-learning facility is made available for the faculty and students to further ensure effective delivery of curriculum. The college prepares the academic calendar of varies activities like lectures by Hon'ble Justice of High court, Hon'ble Judge of district court, renowned practicing Advocates of High Court and District court, Power Point presentations of recent decided cases by SSC online, group discussion etc. for the semester to achieve the desired outcomes. The students are monitored and ensured through Internal Quality Assurance Cell, regular feedback obtained from the stakeholders, with respect to the quality of the
enrichment programmes are monitored and evaluated by the IQAC and necessary
remedial measures are incorporated in the future.
1.1.3. What type of support (procedural and practical) do the teachers receive
(from the University and/or institution) for effectively translating the
curriculum and improving teaching practices?

The College operates at UG (Professional LL.B. 3 yrs & 5 yrs )keeping in mind our goals and objectives, that is , to make every law student practice in court propel or to become employable in various field of law such as Civil Judges, APO's, Law officer in Companies and other departments through legal education. The University forms an Academic Calendar that specifies the duration of the semesters and the date of semester examination. It has also been provided in the regulation too. The college sends the faculty members to Faculty Enhancement Programms which is conducted by the university and the law seminars organized by other institutions. The college organizes in house seminar on law, and legal awareness camps with the help of District Legal Aid Authority and the law lectures by Hon'ble Justice of High Court, Hon'ble Judge of District Courts, renowned practicing advocates of High Court and District Court to disseminate the inputs gained from the above oriented programmes. The faculties are encouraged to publish articles in law journals. Many legal articles of our faculty have been published in A.I.R and other journals. The Institution provides a big law library with reference to law books, Journals, SSC online and library automation in order to improve the working process for the faculty to effectively deliver the curriculum. Student's feedback on teachers and curriculum is considered to make teaching learning more effective.

1.1.4. Specify the initiatives taken up or contribution made by the institution for
effective curriculum delivery and transaction on the Curriculum provided by the
affiliating University or other statutory agency.

The College ensures effective curriculum delivery system and transaction on the
curriculum provided by the university and facilitates the development of legal education
by:
a. Preparing Academic Calendar and Schedule of work.

b. Using Moot-Court training and internal competitions between the students to make
them improve self-confidence.
c. By integrating of the group discussion and debate competition in class room on
various current subjects of law i.e. RTI, crimes against women, matrimonial law and
environmental Law. The students are prepared to face the professional challenges.
Apart from that.
various other initiatives are taken such as:
- Organizing Court visits. - Holding law seminars - Organizing legal awareness camps - Organizing guest lectures of Hon'ble Justice of High Court, Hon'ble Judge of district court, renouned practicing advocates of high court and district court.
1.1.5. How does the institution network and interact with beneficiaries such as
industry, research bodies and the university in effective operationalisation of the
curriculum?

The college interacts with the stakeholders for quality enhancement of the students by
organizing regular visits of courts, lok adalat and legal camps organized by the college
for practical knowledge.
The college has been regularly inviting leading legal luminaries and professional experts in the law to interact with the students for improving their professional skills.
Regular Board of Courses of Studies meeting is conducted by the University and
principal of the law college throughout the academic session. University is invited for
discussions on major changes or amendment of syllabus of law and after consideration it
can be changed or modified.
1.1.6. What are the contributions of the institution and/or its staff members to the
development of the curriculum by the University? (Number of staff members/
departments represented on the Board of Studies, student feedback, teacher
feedback, and stakeholder feedback provided, specific suggestions etc.

The faculty members play a vital role in the development of curriculum. The faculty members represent the faculty in the meeting of Board of Courses of Study organized by the University. Gradually, the course of study is prepared as per guideline of BCI, in regard to subjects of courses and course materials as supplied by the CDC report of the UGC. The Board of Courses of Study is free to do as many necessary changes as they need in the existing courses of study. In taking such measures and changes, the utility of
the subject and the scope of the job opportunity are taken into consideration. The
meeting of the DCS does take place generally every year in order to review the courses.
Feedback of students and their parents on the desired changes in the curriculum are
also obtained. Inputs from alumni and employers are also taken into consideration.
1.1.7. Does the institution develop curriculum for any of the courses offered
(other than those under the purview of the affiliating university) by it? If yes, give
details on the proves (‘Needs Assessment', design, development and planning )
and the courses for which the curriculum has been developed.

N.A.
1.1.8. How does institution analyse/ensure that the state objectives of curriculum
are achieved in the course of implementation?

The college has established effective communication with all the stakeholders to ensure
that the objectives of the curriculum are achieved and the courses are implemented
through the feedback of students. The Academic calendar is also prepared for quality
enhancement of legal education. The teachers are also encouraged to improve their lot
by participating in seminar, workshop, orientation and refresher courses.
1.2.
Academic Flexibility

Changes in courses, IGNOU
1.2.1 Specify the goals and objectives give details of the certificate/diploma/skill
development courses etc. offered by the institution.

Due to scarce of teachers the Institute is unable to start new Diploma/Certificate courses
but we have opened a study centre of IGNOU for extending the certificates and diploma
courses through distant education. It opens the scope of bright career of law students.
1.2.2 Does the institution offer programmes that facilitate twinning/dual degree?
If yes give details
Double degree courses are strictly prohibited by the Bar Council of India but provide an
opportunity to diploma and certificate courses in valuable law discipline by opening a
Study Centre of IGNOU in important law subjects descriptive only which is beneficial for
shaping the career of law students.
1.2.3. Give details on the various institutional provisions with reference to
academic flexibility and how it has been helpful to students in terms of skills
development, academic mobility, progression to higher studies and improved
potential for employability

* Range of Core/ Elective options offered by the University and those opted by the college * Choice Based Credit System and range of subject options * Courses offered in modular form * Credit transfer and accumulation facility * Lateral and vertical mobility within the across programmes and courses No * Enrichment courses
1.2.4. Does the institution offer self-financed programmes? If yes list them and
indicate how they differ from other programmes, with reference to admission,
curriculum, fee structure, teacher qualification, salary etc.

The Post Graduate Department of Law has been placed under the Self Financial
Scheme and it is solely governed by the University in regard to the financial matter but
the teaching work is performed by the teachers of the College.
1.2.5. Does the college provide additional skill oriented programmes, relevant to
regional and global employment markets? If yes provide details of such
programme and the beneficiaries.

N.A.
1.2.6. Does the University provide for the flexibility of combining the
conventional face-to-face and distance Mode of Education for students to choose
the courses/combination of their choice.

N.A.
1.3.
Curriculum Enrichment

1.3.1. Describe the efforts made by the institution to supplement the University's
curriculum to ensure that the academic programmes and Institution's goals and
objectives are integrated?

Generally the curriculum is prepared by the Board of Courses of Study of the University
as per rules of the BCI. The aim of the institution is to maintain the highest intellectual
standards through academic commitment for these students and are inspired through
the lectures on subject of law by Hon'ble Justice/Judges, eminent lawyers & social
workers and their suggestions are also a feedback to our institution. These feedbacks
are transmitted to the University for supporting the curriculum. The college ensures that
the university curriculum is followed in the best of the spirit. The college academic
calendar is prepared in every session with the active involvement of the college.
1.3.2. What are the efforts made by the institution to modify, enrich and organize
the curriculum to explicitly reflect the experiences of the students and cater to
needs of the dynamic employment market?

The meeting of the Board of Courses of Study of the University takes place generally
every year in order to review of courses.
1.3.3. Enumerate the efforts made by the institution to integrate the cross cutting
issues such as Gender, Climate change, Environment Education, Human Rights,
ICT etc., into the curriculum?

The college NSS unit organizes several seminars, workshops on Gender issues,
Environment climate change etc.
1.3.4. What are the various value-added courses/enrichment programmes offered
to ensure holistic development of students?

In 2010, the Institution has completely modified the courses of study in the light of the
direction of the Bar Council of India in regard to adoption of a multiple of subjects along
with practical (Clinical Papers) for the beneficial use of the degree in the employment
market. We have also adopted the semester system of examination as per the direction
of the B.C.I. and the U.G.C. in order to make it effective and to guarantee the vigoures
study of the courses. Moot court class internship for minimum two terms court visit, e-
library facility has given a new dimension to the courses in order to make it dynamic and
suitable to employment market. We have allowed our students to do same
certificate/diploma courses in implemented law subjects, like Cyber law, Arbitration law,
Taxation, Human Rights in order to make the degree beneficial for employment
opportunity. We have also adopted the honours courses of study in International law,
Constitutional Law and Business Law but its practical implementation is not possible till
the recruitment of teachers is made by the Public Service Commission against to vacant
post.
1.3.5. Citing a few examples enumerate on the extent o use of the feedback from
stakeholders in enriching the curriculum?

The suggestions given by Hon'ble Judges, lawyers and other legal luminaries are
analysed by the college committee and the suggestions to enrich the curriculum
programmes.
1.3.6. How does the institution monitor and evaluate the quality of its enrichment
progammes?

The college uses education as a tool for empowering students to become a good
lawyers and seeks suggestions from Hon'ble justice, practicing lawyers, alumni, social
workers and analyzes these interactions, discussions and suggestions for improvement
and enrichment programs.
1.4.
Feedback System
1.4.1. What are the contributions of the institution in the design and development
of the curriculum prepared by the University?

The design and development of the curriculum is usually prepared by the University. The
Dean, Principal & other faculty members of the college from time to time by holding
courses of studies meeting, restructure the curriculum on the basis of BCI Rules and
CDA Reports.
1.4.2. Is there a formal mechanism to obtain feedback from students and made
use internally for curriculum enrichment and introducing changes/new
programmes?

Yes, the feedback from students, parents and other legal luminaries are obtained for
formulating & introducing the new courses and restructuring the existing curriculum.
1.4.3. How many new programmes/courses were introduced by the institution
during the last four years? What was the rationale for introducing new
courses/programmes?

N.A.
CRETERION II : TEACHING-LEARNING AND EVALUATION
2.1.

Students Enrolment and Profile

2.1.1. How does the college ensure publicity and transparency in the admission
process?
As per the direction of the Academic Council of the University, the admissions in 3 yrs and 5 yrs courses, Law Admission Test (LAT) is organized and on the basis of merit list the admission of students takes place. For the transparency in the admission process the advertisement regarding admission are given in local news paper as well as notified on the college website and
College Notice Board.
2.1.2. Explain in detail the criteria adopted and process of admission Rx. (i) merit

The college organizes Law Admission Test and Students takes admission according to
the merit list published by the college.
2.1.3. Give the minimum and maximum percentage of marks for admission at
entry level for each of the programmes offered by the college and provide a
comparison with other colleges of the affiliating university within the city/district.

Taking admission at entry level for in LL.B. 3 yrs and 5 yrs courses the minimum 40%
marks obtained by the students at Graduation level and Intermediate level are essential.
2.1.4. Is there a mechanism in the institution to review the admission process
and student's profiles annually? If yes what is the outcome of such an effort and
how

N.A.
2.1.5. Reflecting on the strategies adopted to increase/improve access for
following categories of students, enumerate on how the admission policy of the
institution and its students profiles demonstrate/reflect the National commitment
to diversity and inclusion.

The institution impresses the students belonging to weaker section viz SC/ST/OBC &
other by implementing reservation policies implemented by the Govt. of Bihar & adopted
by T.M.Bhagalpur University, Bhagalpur very strictly. In addition to it we also provide the
facility of scholarships as per the policies of Govt. of Bihar & Scholarship given by the
UGC under special circumstances, we also help poor students out of the poor boys fund
by granting free student ship.
2.1.6. Provide the following details for various programmes offered by the
institution.

N.A.
2.2.1. How does the institution cater to the needs of differently - abled students
and ensure adherence to government policies in this regard?

Remedial coaching classes & judicial coaching classes are held with the help of faculty
members regularly sponsored by the UGC.
2.2.2. Does the institution assess the students' needs in terms of knowledge and
skills before the commencement of the programme? If yes give details on the
process.

We assess the quality of merit of the students at the time of the admission by conducting
Law Admission Test in which it becomes apparent. We also organize the counseling of
students by group of teachers for their admission & guidance for their future admission
to cope with the courses successfully.
2.2.3. What are the strategies drawn and deployed by the institution to bridge the
knowledge gap of the enrolled students to enable them to cope with the
programme of their choice?

Remedial as well as special classes are organized for enrolled students to enable them
to cope with the programme.
2.2.4. How does the college sensitize its staff and students on issues such as
gender, inclusion, environment etc.?

From time to time in house seminars on the issue relating to gender, inclusion, and
environment are organized by the college. Legal Aid camps & legal awareness camps
are also organized by the college & university to enlighten the students & local folks
regarding gender issues, global warming etc. The College units of NSS also enlightens
the student on others current socio-legal issues.
2.2.5.How does the institution identify and respond to special educational/learning
needs of advanced learners?

The institution identifies the advance learners of the institute during the classroom
performance, debate moot court competition, essay competition, tutorials by the faculty
members of the college. The faculty members take special care for their academic
improvement & special preference in library students are allowed to freely interact to the
teachers in order to resolve their classroom problems.

2.2.6. How does the institute collect, analyze and use the data and information on
the academic performance?

For students belongings to different categories such as SC/ST/OBC & other weaker
section the college organize remedial & judiciary coaching classes sponsored by the
UGC. The welfare department of the State Govt. as well as the union Govt. provides
scholarships to the marginalised groups of students.
2.3.
Teaching –Learning Process

2.3.1. How does the college plan and organize the teaching, learning and
evaluation schedules?

The institution runs 3 yrs and 5 yrs law degree courses. College has already
implemented semester system of education as per the guidelines of the Bar Council of
India. The examination is conducted by the university & so the institution proposes a
college calendar for completion of courses & conduct of examination in time in order to
publish the result within the session.
Every teacher is given responsibility for course development in a class & its internal evaluation by conducting internal examination for evaluation of the student. This
process helps in internal assessment marking also. The final examination of each
semester is conducted by the university. Only those students are allowed to appear at
the university examination who completed minimum 66% of attendance of lectures
during the course as per the rules of BCI.
2.3.2. How does IQAC contribute to improve the teaching-learning process?

IQAC
teaching-learning seminars/conference/workshop on subjects of law and also computer aided teaching.
(i) Motivating faculty members to attend seminars of others state or publish research
papers, articles etc.
(ii) Faculty members are motivated to attend the refreshers course organized by ASC
of different universities.
(iii) Feedback on teachers is also obtained to assure the quality of teaching learning.
(iv) The lectures of law experts are organized to develop the legal knowledge and skills.
(v) Visuals aids and smart board are used to enhance teaching-learning.
(vi) Legal awareness camp organized to make teaching more effective.
2.3.3. How is learning made more student –centric? Give details on the support
structures and systems available for teachers to develop skills like interactive
learning, collaborative learning and independent and independent learning among
the students?

Group activities like group discussions in socio-legal issues in class room, inter college debates on various subjects. College organized moot-court in college level for enhancement of the quality of the student. The college also organized law quiz
competition that made learning more students –centric.
The college has smart class rooms, e-library with Wi-max facility, SCC online by which
students get connected with latest judgment of the Apex Court.
2.3.4. How does the institution nurture critical thinking, creativity and scientific
temper among the students to transform them into life-long learners and
innovators?

The institution nurture creative thinking among leading student of the classroom by
organizing debates, moot court & speeches on current socio-legal topics. In addition to it
the institution also involves students for developing their leadership character through
community service on the banner of NSS unit of the college. We also allow them to
participate in the legal awareness programme organized by the colleges & District Legal
Services Authority of the Bhagalpur District. Students are also allowed to participate in
the Lok Adalats organized by the District Court & to attained courts for hearing the court
proceedings in order to improve their practical knowledge & submit their reports in
minimum 2 cases as per the provisions of the courses.
Students are also evolved under the banner of legal aid clinic for providing legal advices to poor & the needy people of the society free of cost.
2.3.5. What are the technologies and facilities available and used by the faculty
for effective teaching?

The faculty members usually apply the current methodology of teaching. They also use
electronic gadget such as smart board classroom, SSC online, e-library for getting
current development in the legal arena. Computers related technologies such as power
point presentation (PPT) internet etc. are used by the faculty to keep them updated.
2.3.6. How are the students and faculty exposed to advanced level of knowledge
and skills ?

(a) Organizing National Seminars related law topic by the law experts & share their
knowledge with students.
(b) Interface with eminent lawyers.
(c) Group discussions and seminars for students
(d) Legal awareness camp organized with help of district legal aid of authority
(e) Students visit to court to Lok Adalat.
(f) Students participation in seminar conducted by the college & other institutions.
2.3.7. Details on the academic, personal and psycho-social support and guidance
services provided to students?

Professional counseling / academic guidance to students are provided by the internal
experts of the subjects. The following measures are taken up in order to achieve the
goal:
1. We organise seminar classes in order to acquaint students for their bright future & to
prepare academic roadmaps in order to achieve the goal. We also invite external experts
& organize seminar classes for career counseling under the UGC programs. Students
are also allowed to ask question in order to satisfy themselves regarding their career
counseling programs.
2. Students are guided by the teachers of the college to integrate themselves with the
environment by the college and the society.
3. We organize two special programs in a year in order to address the problems related
to anxiety examination phobia, stress; peer pressure & adjustment to dynamic
environment to a large extent. Teachers try their best to eradicate such problems of the
students to the best of their capacity.
4. The whole of the courses semester wise is resolved with the help of model questions
& their solutions in the classroom itself which covers the complete course. Students are
benefited a lot by this courses.

Mentoring
(1) Mentoring of the students is our top priority. Each teacher takes keen interest to
mentor students under their charge.
(2) Teacher-student mentoring is a regular feature but we also promote student
mentoring.
(3) Students are always free to approach the teachers for any kind of guidance-
Academic/ professional and so on and also given a healthy environment i.e.
raging free campus.
(4) To promote healthy student-student and student-teacher relationship
(5) To promote & maintain a conducive and unprejudiced educational environment
(6) To uphold the dignity of the college by ensuring trouble free atmosphere in the
college the following mechanism takes care of the grievance of the students
(7) A complaint box has been installed on the campus. Every week the complaint are
collected by a teacher of the grievance redressal cell. Grievances & redressal by
mutual understanding intervention of teachers & head of the institution is made in a
peaceful and healthy environment. Students are also very co-operative in this
regard.
2.3.8. Provide details of innovative teaching approaches/methods adopted by the
faculty during the last four years? What are the efforts made by the institution to
encourage the faculty to adopt new and innovative approaches and impact of
such innovative practices on student learning?

Innovative teaching methods have been used by the faculty to boost the capacity to
learn and to teach. The College/University encourages the faculty to complement the
academic system with practical skills through various new teaching methodologies and
different activities such as :-
(a) Lectures of law experts.
(b) Power Point Presentation on smart board and use of internet to make teaching-
learning more interactive and interesting
(c) Legal awareness camps organised by NSS unit.
(d) Visits to Court and Lok Adalat
(e) Internships with imminent lawyers
(f) Organizing National and State level seminars.
(g) Workshops and extension lectures by subject experts
(h) ICT based teaching methods are used in computer labs with internet facility and
SSC online.
(i) CDs related to topics of law are shown.
(j) Legal aid camps.
(k) Feedback on lectures obtained from students
(l) To encourage the visit to library, students are instructed to use text books, journals
and law
magazine from library.
2.3.9. How are library resources used to augment the teaching-learning process?

The library caters to the needs of teachers and students by providing access to books
and journals. The college has an automated Law library with 17,634 law books, journals,
AIR, Supreme Court Cases, MPIJ, Criminal Law Journals etc.
There is a separate section for reference books. Text books are kept in separate book
shelves/almirah. The books from the library are used by the student while facilitate
reading in free periods. Faculty members select the books needed for teaching from the
catalogs given by law agencies. The librarian has to purchase the latest addition of the
books as per the requirement of the teachers.
2.3.10. Does the institution face any challenges in completing the curriculum
within the planned time frame and calendar?

The institution has been facing the scarcity of law teachers but even after that the
institution tries its best to complete the curriculum within the planned time with the help
of guest faculty so that the examination is conducted in time. The college prepares its
academic calendar for the entire year for the completion of courses and conduct of
examination at the university level. The faculty members also prepares teaching plan in
the beginning of the semester classes & accordingly the time table is also prepared in
order to complete the courses in time.
2.3.11. How does the institute monitor and evaluate the quality of teaching
learning?

In regard to teaching learning process the institute develops a courses of study with the
help of members of the faculty as per the guidelines of the Bar Council of India. The
courses of study is prescribed by the Vice Chancellor. It is approved by the different
bodies of university viz. the Academic Council. The teaching work as per the courses of
study is under taken by the subject experts and imparted as per the routine. During the
course of teaching, teacher provide opportunity to the students to involve into the topic
through question-answer method as a concluding part of the teaching process. In most
of the papers, teachers prepares the ideal lesson plans which indicate about the main
objectives & concepts of the topics, with the help of the case law method. The required
materials/ lesson plan is supplied to the students before teaching. We also organise
tutorials, seminars & standard classes to improve the academic standard of the
students.
2.4.Teacher Quality

2.4.1. Provide the following details and collaborate on the strategies adopted by
the college in planning and management of its human resource to meet the
changing requirements of the curriculum.

The process of appointment of qualified teachers is completed by the University
Selection Committee/Public Service Commission /University Service Commission as per
the provisions of the Bihar State University Act 1976. The process of appointment is
completed by the commission through open advertisement at the national level. The
appointments of the expert teachers in the Selection Committee are made by the
University. On the recommendation of the Academic Council, the priority is given to the
deserving eligible candidate who have best academic qualification along with Ph.D.
Degree or have passed the National Eligibility Test. In temporary appointment of the
Guest Faculty, preference is given to the NET qualified candidates. Both types of
appointment are made either by the University or other state bodies as per the
provisions of the law. The college has to play no role in the appointment of the faculty.
2.4.2. How does the institution cope with the growing demand/scarcity of
qualified senior faculty to teach new programmes/modern areas of study being
introduced? Provide details on the efforts made by the institution in this direction
and the outcome during the last three years.

N.A.
2.4.3. Providing details on staff development programmes during the last four
years elaborate on the strategies adopted by the institution in enhancing the
teacher quality.

The refresher course is attended by the staff members and conducted by the University
during the year 2012-13. The law teachers attend conferences, national seminars
workshops etc.
2.4.4. What policies /systems are in place to recharge teachers?

The college strives to promote professional development of faculty by:
(i) Encouraging the faculty to attend General Orientation Courses, Refresher Courses,
Training Programmes and Workshops.
(ii) Organizing national /international seminars on subject of law and other Social
science.
(iii) Granting leave for attending refresher courses.
(iv) Granting leave for attending the seminars of law and social sciences by other
institution.
(v) Organizing guest lectures on various topics of law by luminaries.
2.4.5. Give the number of faculty who received awards/recognition at the state,
national and international level for excellence in teaching during the last four
years. Enunciate how the institutional culture and environment contributed to
such performance/achievement of the faculty.

N.A.
2.4.6. Has the institution introduced evaluation of teachers by the students and
external Peers? If yes, how is the evaluation used for improving the quality of the
teaching-learning process?

No, but the Institution has decided to implement the teachers' evaluation from students
from current session 2014-15.
The teachers performance is also evaluated by the external peers during the process of
promotion.
2.5.
Evaluation Process and Reforms

2.5.1. How does the institution ensure that the stakeholders of the institution
especially students and faculty are aware of the evaluation processes?

The evaluation process is promptly notified as to the teachers and students.
2.5.2. What are the major evaluation reforms of the university that the institution
has adopted and what are the reforms initiated by the institution on its own?

In order to improve the performance of the students remedial classes for the weaker
students are also arranged and guidance given by the faculty members.
75% attendance is essential for appearing in the examination as per rules of BCI the
institution also organizes classes on Sundays and other holidays in order to eradicate
the deficiency of the students.
2.5.3. How does the institution ensure effective implementation of the evaluation
reforms of the university and those initiated by the institution on its own?

In one semester 75% attendance is required.
(i) Internal Assessment on the basic of discipline, moot court, class tests, assessment
and attendance.
(ii) The students are involved in various activities of sports, culture, debates etc during
the session.
(iii) Remedial/coaching classes for weak students.
(iv) The final exam of each semester is conducted by the University. The centre of the
examination is fixed by the University itself in the other institution. Home centre is not
allowed as per direction of Hon'ble Patna High court.
2.5.4. Provide details on the formative and summative evaluation approaches
adopted to measure student achievement. Cite a few examples which have
positively impacted the system.

The college adopts formative and summative evaluation approaches to measure
students' achievement in a semester. Formative evaluation designed to test the
cognitive skills of the students is based on tests, class room debates, group discussion,
seminars, practical training, diary and moot court. Continuous internal assessment to
75% summative evaluation ensures regularity in classroom. It makes the student
innovative and also improves the students' performance in the annual examination.

2.5.5. Enumerate on how the institution monitors and communicates the
progress and performance of students through the duration of the
course/programme? Provide an analysis of the students results/achievements and
explain the difference if any and patterns of achievement across the
programmes/courses offered.

The college monitors the performance of the students through continuous evaluation
process. The evaluation system comprises internal exam, moot court and a final exam at
the end of the session/semester.
In the teacher council meeting, performance of students is analysed and necessary
remedial actions are identified to improve the performance of weak students. Remedial
classes are also arranged for weaker students.
2.5.6. Details on the significant improvements made in ensuring rigor and
transparency in the internal assessment during the last four years and weightage
assigned for the overall development of students communication skills etc.

Internal assessment (IA): The internal assessment is made by the college for subjects, in
order to encourage the students to be regular in classes, work hard and give better
performance in examination. Our college started the Wi-fi internet system and SCC
online for the reference cases of Apex Court for improving the standard of the students.
2.5.7. Does the institution and individual teacher use assessment/evaluation as
an indicator for evaluating student performance, achievement of learning
objectives and planning? If yes provide details on the process on the process and
cite a few examples.

1. As education increasingly prepares student achieving professional goals teachers are
finding different ways of effectively teaching techniques.
2. Seminars workshop & debate on the various important topics of law such as RTI,
Environment crime, Crime against women etc are being organized by the institution.
3. Group discussion are conducted by the college.
4. Internal examinations are conducted and the teacher checks copies, keeps the record
of the marks gained by the student in register and issued mark sheet to the students.
2.5.8. What are the mechanisms for redressal of grievances with reference to
evaluation both at the college and university level.

The college ensures full transparency in the process of evaluation. The grievance is
referred to the course instructor for redressal. At the University level there is provision for
re-totaling. Answer sheets are shown to the students by the University in case of they
are applying, so that they can learn from their mistakes and improve upon their
performance in the future examinations.
At the college level the evaluated answer books examination are shown to the students
& in case of any reasonable grievance the proper redressal is made by the teacher
concerned. The final examination take place at the university level & in case of any
grievance, students are allowed to apply for scrutiny of paper on payment of the nominal
fees. If a group of students express their annoyance in regard to the evaluation process
in such cases the V.C. may take the expert opinion & if the recommendation is positive
for evaluation then revision of answer books may be ordered by the VC by the experts of
the subject concerned.
2.6.
Student performance and learning outcomes

2.6.1. Does the college have clearly stated learning outcome? If yes give details
on how the students and staff are made aware of these?

Our college encourages students to develop attitudes of intellectual curiosity and
motivation for independent thinking and a commitment to ethical and sustainable
process.
The specific learning outcomes and a rationale for how this knowledge and skills will
benefit, the students are individually as well as collectively discussed at different forums
& meetings organized from time to time.
Our Mission:-

The mission of our institution is to provide a forum to produce and disseminate the
knowledge and implication and applications of law within social and legal context.
1. To promote the students to contemplate the basic features and Principles of law or
traditions governing India as well as global society.
2. To infuse and equip the students with the contemporary laws governing Indian society
and also to support the students in understanding that process of legislation.
3. The ‘Law' is however set of rules and regulations but the need is to understand that
the law in itself is an institution which care, preserve and foster the democratic set-up
of any government.
4. To foster and nurture the students with English communication skills and also to
enable them to improve writing skills.

Objective:-

The objectives of the Institution is communicated to the society through students
teachers and staff by organising introductory class for new entrants meeting of the
teachers, staff, students and guardians in order to communicate the steps taken by the
institution for better record of legal education in national perspective. We organise
seminars and workshops in order to understand the objectives of the institution.
2.6.2. How are the teaching, Learning and assessment strategies of the
institution structured of facilitate the achievement of the intended learning
outcomes?


Along with the two internal examinations for all the students in the first week of
December, the faculty focuses on the performances of the students in classroom
debates, group discussions, workshops and seminars and evaluates them in these
events. The support if needed is provided to the students to improve their caliber in the
respective subject. It enhances the confidence of students and prepares them to face
the final examinations without getting nervous.
2.6.3. What are the measures/initiatives taken up by the institution to enhance the
social and economic relevance of the courses offered?

The college has only the LL.B. Professional Course. So initiatives are taken for
improving the law teaching and preparing efficient and skillful lawyers. The students visit
the High Court, District Court and Lok Adalat for looking into the procedure adopted for
trail proceedings.
The institution provides the LL.B. 3 yrs & 5 yrs courses & the prime motive of the
institution is to provide quality legal education to the students so that they can prepare
themselves as a good lawyer, legal advisor, legal researcher & Judicial officers.
2.6.4. How does the institution collect and analyse data on student learning
outcomes and use it for planning and overcoming barriers of learning?

The institution collects the data of the internal exams, debate, moot courts, seminars
performances and analyzes it. On this basis the students are categorized and for
improving them, Institution head conducts meetings with faculty members to discuss the
need to develop a formative assessment plan.
2.6.5. How does the institution monitor and ensure the achievement of learning
outcomes ?

After each term the respective teacher had a complete report of all the activities of
student. The teacher categorized the students accordingly. The teacher monitors the
academic growth of the students and design further tests, assignments, seminars
accordingly. Monitoring is done by IQAC through student feedback which includes a
component on the achievements of learning outcomes.
2.6.6. What are the graduates attributes specified by the college/affiliating
university? How does the college ensure the attainment of these by the students?
Any other relevant information regarding Teaching-Learning and Evaluation which
the college would like to include.

The college ensures the attainment of these attributes by feedback of students. The
college also arranges the law lectures of luminaries, social workers and arranges
seminar/moot court and developed curriculum from the feedback.
CRITERION III: RESEARCH, CONSULTANCY AND EXTENSION
3.1.

Promotion of Research
3.1.1. Does the institution have recognized research center/s of the affiliating
University or any other agency/organization?

The faculty of law, T.M.Bhagalpur University, Bhagalpur virtually exists in the T.N.B.Law
College,
College has been given as independent status by the University. But in practice all the
teachers including the Head of the Department is the teacher of the T.N.B.Law College,
Bhagalpur and conduct research work in the Department of Law T.M. Bhagalpur
University, Bhagalpur.
3.1.2. Does the Institution have a research committee to monitor and address the
issue of research? If so, what is its composition? Mention a few recommendations
made by the committee for implementation and their impact.

The institute has got the Post Graduate Departmental Council for recognition & guidance
of the research work and after the approval of this body, the proposal of the research
project is sent to the University for approval of the Post Graduate Research Council of
the university.
By following this process of the approval of the research projects as per the provisions of
the Ph.D. regulation of the T.M.Bhagalpur University, Bhagalpur, as yet, the institution
has produced approx 30 Ph.D. degree holders.
3.1.3. What are the measures taken by the institution to facilitate smooth
progress and implementation of research schemes/projects?

The institution promotes the faculty members to be aware of the changes and
amendments in law. Faculty members are provided with funds to pursue short term
research and to attend seminars and workshops related to research. The institute also
encourages faculty members to publish the research paper.
3.1.4. What are the efforts made by the institution in developing scientific temper
and research culture and aptitude among students?

The institution encourages the students of every semester to prepare assignment on
current socio-legal topics which enhance the scientific temper, research culture &
aptitude among students. The students also visit court room to watch the proceedings so
that they develop their argument skills. The students are also encouraged by the
institution to use electronic gadgets in the course of their study.
3.1.5. Give details of the faculty involvement in active research.

The institution monitors the practical activity of students in court proceeding by preparing
a moot court arrangement in College. The moot court is just like the court for giving the
knowledge of activities of Judges, lawyers, litigating parties witness and trail proceeding
going on in a court. Further the students are facilitated to participate in seminars and
workshops on subject of Law.
3.1.6. Give details of workshops/training programmes/ sensitization programmes
conducted/organized by the institution with focus on capacity building in terms of
research and imbibing research culture among the staff and students.


The College organizes interactions of faculty and students with legal luminaries from
time to time and encourages and guides them for latest developments in law. The
college organizes the seminars and moot court competitions in the campus.
3.1.7. Provide details of prioritized research areas and the expertise available
with the institution.

The faculty members have/had got expertise in the subjects of International Law, Torts,
Constitutional Law, Criminal Law and Family Law etc. and so most of the research
scholar have been conducted in these areas.
3.1.8. Enumerate the efforts of the institution in attracting researches

The college has made concerted efforts to attract luminaries and eminent lawyers to visit
the campus and give lectures on various subject of law and interact with teachers and
students. The UGC funds to promote the research have also been sanctioned for minor
research project. The institute attracts scholars from different states.
3.1.9. What percentage of the faculty has utilized Sabbatical Leave for research
activities? How has the provision contributed to improve the quality of research
and imbibe research culture on the campus?

N.A.
3.1.10 Provide details of the initiatives taken up by the institution in creating
awareness/advocating/transfer of relative findings of research of the institution
and elsewhere to students and community.

Our institute organizes legal awareness camps and the student visited court and lok
adalat to learn advocacy and manners to be maintained in the court room to become a
good lawyer. They are also helped to do internship under the eminent lawyers of the Bar
to harness their legal skills.
Resource Mobilization for Research
3.2.1. What percentage of the total budget is earmarked for research? Give
details of major heads of expenditure, financial allocation and actual utilization.

No specific budget is earmarked by the State for this purpose. In case of approval of
major and minor project, financial grant is provided by the UGC.
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3.2.2. Is there a provision in the institution to provide seed money to the faculty
for research? If so, specify the amount disbursed and the percentage of the
faculty that has availed the facility in the last four years?

No,
3.2.3. What are the financial provisions made available to support student
research projects by students?

As per the provisions of Govt. but unfortunately State Govt. does not make any financial
provision for this purposes.
3.2.4. How does the various departments/units/staff of the institute interact in
undertaking inter-disciplinary research? Give examples of successful endeavors
and challenges faced in organizing interdisciplinary research.

In our faculty only students have been Master's degree in law are allowed to undertake
research projects in the subject of specialization but interdisciplinary researchers are
rare. Some teachers herechardity such research from other faculties.

3.2.5. How does the institution ensure optimal use of various equipment and
research facilities of the institution by its staff and students?

Periodic updating and up gradation of the library law books and law journals are made,
Updating of SSC online and study through e-library having Wi-max internet facility is
provided to the faculty and students.
Repair and maintenance of equipment is carried by technical staff appointed by the
College or by sending the equipment to the manufacturer or export engineers to be sent
by the supplier of the equipments.
3.2.6. Has the institution received any special grants or finances from the
industry or other beneficiary agency for developing research facility? If yes give
details.

N.A.
3.2.7. Enumerate the support provided to the faculty I securing research funds
from various funding agencies, industry and other organizations. Provide details
of ongoing and completed projects and grants received during the last four years.

The UGC provides grant to the faculty members for conduction of major and minor
research works after approval of the UGC Expert Committee, as yet four faculty
members have been extended financial help for conducting Minor Research Project after
approval of their proposals.
3.3.
Research Facilities

3.3.1. What are the research facilities available to the students and research
scholars within the campus?

(a) The college provide 3 yrs and 5 yrs integrated LL.B. professional courses. The Post
Graduate Department has been given an independent status by the university that
virtually exists in the college itself and run by the Family members of the College
itself.
(b) E-library & Internet connectivity in the campus
(c) Well equipped law library
(d) Subscription to law journal and law mannuals
(e) Well equipped SSC online
(f) Smart board facility
(g) Seminar/Conference/Moot Court Hall.
3.3.2. What are the institutional strategies for planning, upgrading and creating
infrastructural facilities to meet the needs of researchers especially in the new
and emerging areas of research?

The institution has upgraded its infrastructural facilities by introducing new technologies that gives a world wide assess to Library & other open source information
assess required for socio-legal research to meet the needs of the researchers especially
in the new and emerging area of research. Law is a dynamic subject & to keep pace with
the new changes the institution has taken several other majors like SSC online, smart
board facilities, well equipped computer lab etc. that keeps the researcher updated.
Internet facility is provided to the researchers to keep an eye on the day to day
proceedings of the Apex Courts.
Apart from this, the college has developed moot court classroom which is just like an
imagination of court and the proceedings of court is studied by the students under the
guidance of teaches. Either decided cases or imaginary problems are mooted in the
Moot court classes.
3.3.3. Has the institution received any special grants or finances from the
industry or other beneficiary agency for developing research facilities? If yes,
what re the instruments/facilities created during the last four years.

N.A.

3.3.4. What are the research facilities made available to the students and
research scholars outside the campus/other research laboratories?

No,
3.3.5. Provide details on the library/information resource centre or any other
facilities available specifically for the researchers?

The college has a well-established automated library and e-library with inflibnet
connectivity and with Wi-max system having 17635 law books and Journals with SSC
online.
3.3.6. What are the collaborative research facilities developed / created by the
research institutes in the college. For ex. Laboratories, library, instruments,
computers, new technology. Etc.

The college has no collaborative research with other academic institutions.
3.4.
Research Publications and Awards

3.4.1. Highlight the major research achievements of the staff and students in
terms of

* Patents obtained and filed (Process and product)
* Original research contributing to product improvement
* Research studies or surveys benefiting the community or improving the
services

* Research inputs contributing to new initiatives and social development.
Department of law has conducted countless number of Ph.D. research on socio-legal
aspect that helps in the social development of the society.
3.4.2. Does the institute publish or partner in publication of research journal

The college has no publication of its own research journals.
3.4.3. Give details of publications by the faculty and students:
* Publications per faculty
* Number of papers published by faculty and students in peer reviewed Journal (national / international) * Number of publications listed in International Database (for Eg: Web of Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Data Database- International Social Science Directory, EBSCO host, etc.) * Chapter in Books * Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of publishers * Citation Index 3.4.4. Provide details of

* Patents obtained and filed (Process and product)
* Original research contributing to product improvement
* Research studies or surveys benefiting the community or improving the
services

* Research inputs contributing to new initiatives and social development.

There is no research award receive by the faulty.
3.5.
Consultancy

3.5.1. Give details of the systems and strategies for establishing institute –
industry interface?

The Placement Cell of the college has taken several initiatives too in the past interface
talks with the companies as well as legal aid authorities for oriented technical skills.
The faculty and student visit to courts and Lok Adalat for the consultancy service. Students visit are beneficial with such consultancy. The students of this college were
selected by the authorities of the State Bank of India for training programme relating to
insurance sector. The students successfully completed training programme and for this
they also received remuneration from the State Bank of India on successful completion
of the project.
3.5.2. What is the stated policy of the institution to promote consultancy? How is
the available expertise advocated and publicized?

(a) The consultancy services provided to the students by organising legal aid camps at
villages and legal awareness camps at College premises.
(b) The College also organises lectures of imminent lawyers which is beneficial to the
students for opting law as a profession.
(c) The college publicizes the expertise available for consultancy service.
(d) by words of mouth.
(e) through information on the Notice Board
(f) through announcement in the notice Cla0ss- rooms
(g) through interaction with Peers, Experts during Seminars, Conferences
3.5.3. How does the institution encourage the staff to utilize their expertise and
available facilities for consultancy services?

The College motivates the staff to utilize their expertise for consultancy services during
holidays and vacation by net working with institutions, organization and other law
agencies. The institution provide amounts for organising ‘legal literacy' camps in villages
areas where student and faculty members impart legal awareness and knowledge.
Besides this there have been Lok Adalat organised by District Court in each month even
after this Mega/Lok Adalat where the Principal of the College is nominated member, give
consultancy to general public for amicably settling the litigation. Other faculty members &
students also participates in the proceedings adds their expertise in the settlement of
disputes.
3.5.4. List the board areas and major consultancy services provided by the
institution and the revenue generated during the last four years. Major
Consultancy Services and Revenue Generated

N.A.
3.5.5. What is the policy of the institution in sharing the income generated
through consultancy and its use for institutional development?

There is no revenue generated through consultancy because it is social work done by
the institution free of cost. The institution encourages voluntary participation in these
consultancy services.
3.6.
Extension Activities and Institutional Social Responsibility

3.6.1. How does the institution promote institution-neighborhood-community
network and student engagement, contributing to good citizenship, service
orientation and holistic development of students?

The College is fully awaken to its onerous responsibility of producing world class
lawyers. We have made a colossal contribution to environment and society by making a
worthwhile participating in the field of law.
Our college is a professional College having 3 years LL.B & 5 yrs integrated LL.B. Courses. There is no separate course for NSS-NCC etc., but, for promoting the students in social activities, institution promote the students to participate in various programmes organised by the N.S.S. unit of this college N.C.C. unit is also functional with the help of the District N.C.C. Authority. It has its traditional courses for B and C certificate is or jointly by N.C.C. Deptt. In addition to this institution also creates awareness through blood donation, legal aid programme are & other hygiene programmes etc. The College also organises visit to jail for free counselling to the person in custody and also to juvenile home.
The institution extends its services with the help of NSS unit of the College in organising
legal awareness programme, consensus for social hygiene, legal aids programmes in
the nearby areas of the society. We develop neighbor whose relations with the
guardians ‘meet'. Being a professional college, we are imparting legal education to the
students of the society. Students also participate in the community service, relief camps
organized for the flood victims, blood donation camps. The institution also takes up
plantation programme for development of the environment, Consumer awareness
programme, human rights, campaign against tobacco, awareness to the voters in
regards to their rights & duties being a devoted citizen.
3.6.2. What is the institutional mechanism to track students' involvement in
various social movements/activities which promote citizenship roles?

The college strives to instill civic responsibility in the mind of students through extension
programmes and value based courses so that they develop into sensitized socially
responsible lawyers. The college offers extension programmes in addition to those
supported by the University. The college has illustrious history being in the fore front in
numerous community oriented activities. All the outreach programmes are legal aid to
poor and illiterate persons. The institution also organises legal aid camps. The
institution publishes pamphlets for awareness of law and distribute among villagers. The
students also go to village and interact with legal problems of village and provide them
proper advice. These activities encourage interpersonal interactions that are good for
building a strong civil society. They also celebrate important days of national and
international importance such as Law, Human Right Day etc.
3.6.3. How does the institution solicit stakeholder perception on the overall
performance and quality of the institution?

The institution always solicits the stakeholders perception (like the students, parents,
alumni and the eminent lawyers from the city) on the overall performance and the
equality of the education being imparted by the institution. The parents can directly put
forth suggestions and complaints to the head of institution through emails, which are
very well taken care of while implementing any new policy or reform. There is provision
where the parents, students and key citizen of civil society meet the Principal and the
faculty members to give valuable inputs regarding new courses, extra-curricular
activities, innovative ideas and programmes, which help the students in their
professional efficiency and holistic development. The stakeholders are always keen to
see that quality of higher education improve in the institution.
3.6.4. How does the institution plan and organize its extension and outreach
programme? Providing the budgetary details for last four years.

The institution organized value oriented programs for students and faculty members with
annual programme. The lectures on subject of law adduced by Hon'ble Judges and
eminent lawyers and also organizes legal aid programme for legal awareness. The
students also participate in seminar organized by universities and other college.
These activities positively impact students' emotional, intellectual, social, and
interpersonal development. By working together with other individuals, students learn to
negotiate, communicate, manage conflict and lead others.
Taking part in these extension and outreach activities students understand the
importance of critical thinking skills, time management, and academic and intellectual
competence.
Involvement in activities helps students mature socially by providing a setting for student
interaction, relationship formation, and discussion. Working outside the classroom with
diverse groups of individuals allows students to gain more self-confidence, autonomy,
and appreciation for others' differences and similarities. The expenses accurred is
provided by the college.
The institution extends its services with the help of NSS unit of the College in organising
legal awareness programme, consensus for social hygiene, legal aids programmes in
the nearby areas of the society. We develop neighbour relations with the guardians
‘meet'.
The above noted extension programmes are successfully monitored by the programme officers of the NSS Unit. In regard to the budgetary programme, we collect Rs.20/ per student at the time of admission on the recommendation of the University. This fund is utilized for the purpose of these programmes. Approximately, we do have expenditure of Rs.50,000/- per year. In addition to it we also take the services of NCC Cadet for extension programmes, whatever their training is concerned the cost of dress,
breakfast etc. is borne by the NCC department.
3.6.5. How does the institution promote the participation of students and faculty
in extension activities including participation in NSS, NCC, YRC and other
National/International agencies?

The faculty members are the members of the advisory committee. NSS & NCC are also
involved in organizing games, legal literacy and different ralies for creating awareness
among the people belonging to different walks of life.
3.6.6. Reflecting on objectives and expected outcomes of the extension activities
organized by the institution, comment on how they complement student's
academic learning experience and specify the values and skills inculcated.

We intend to conduct such survey for down trodden, under privileged and vulnerable
sections of the society, but it should not be organized specifically for favour. Now we do
programme on different dimensions of the social life.
3.6.7. How does the institution ensure the involvement of the community in its
reach out activities and contribute to the community development?

(a) The extension activities/community experience followed by guided reflection
enhances their social commitment together with personal, civic and academic
learning.
(b) One of the important aspect is that students learn to think beyond themselves.
(c) They have an urge to do something productive for poor in the society (d) The classroom studies more or less bring theoretical, the students get wonderful
opportunity to apply these things practically.
(e) The students get wonderful platform to mingle with each other and learn about
culture, traditions and values of people.
(f) Moot court organized by the college and participating students learn. The practical
functioning of the courts procedure. By working together with other individuals,
students learn to negotiate communicate, manage conflict, and lead others. Taking
part in these out-
of-the –
classroom activities helps students to understand the importance of critical thinking
skills, time management, and academic and intellectual competence.
3.6.8. Give details on the constructive relationships forged with other institutions
of the locality for working on various outreach and extension activities.

The institution organizes legal awareness programmes, health programmes and
environment friendly initiatives to ensure the involvement of the community in its reach
out activities and contribute to the community development.
The legal awareness programmes and seminars on law to ensure the involvement of
community development, professionals like eminent lawyers, social activists and NGO's
share their experience and knowledge through invited lecture and workshops to our
students.
Legal camps organized at rural areas to ensure that the students work together with the
community.
Inter-college competitions are periodically conducted on Socio-environment related
areas which help in building an inclusive and eco-conscious community.
3.6.9. Give details on the constructive relationship forged (if any) with other
institutions of the locality for working on various outreach and extension
activities.

N.A.
3.6.10. Give details of awards received by the institution for extension activities
and/contributions to the social/community development during the last four years.

Nil.
3.7.

3.7.1. How does the institution collaborate and interact with research
laboratories, institutes and industry for research activities.

The institution collaborate its local bodies like District Bar Association & other
administrative agencies according to the rule and regulations of parental universities.
Regional Research Institute of T.M.Bhagalpur University, Bhagalpur in conducting
seminars, workshops etc. Some programmes, seminars with their collaboration has
already been sent to the UGC.
3.7.2. Provide details on the MOUs/ collaborative arrangements with institution of
national importance/other universities/ industries/corporate

Nil
3.7.3. Give details (if any) on the industry-institution-community interactions that
have contributed to the establishment/creation/up-gradation of academic facilities,
student and staff support, infrastructure facilities of the institution viz.
laboratories/library/new technology/placement services etc.
The institution has received the donations of valuable books and journals from some
learned advocates of Bar which has help in strengthening the library for the academic
development. The State Govt. has also extended a grant of about Rs.14 lakhs for repair
work of the College building. The institution is indebted of UGC which has extended a
grant of about 50 lacs and more out of which the institution is able to establish the Moot
Court, e—library & modern technology of teaching such as smart board, projector, lap-
top Camera etc. Repair other civil enmities etc. The district court also helps us by grant
that helped the institute. The participation of students in training programmes, legal
awareness camps, legal aids clinic lok adalat and visit of the Court proceeding help a
court in developing the practical professional undertaking of the state.

The college arrange legal awareness programme in the year 2009-10 & 2010-11 to
enhance professional skills of the student that helps the student to become a good
lawyer. The arrangement of Moot Court developed skills for arguing and the represent a
case before a court. The college invites renowned lawyer to deliver a lecture on different
topics of Law beneficial to the students and aware with the latest ruling of the law. The
internship and job training is taken from the senior lawyers. Faculty members also
participate in seminars and other professional and development programmes.

3.7.4. Highlighting the names of eminent scientists/participants who contributed
to the events.

National and state level seminars were organized and research activities undertaken to
enrich the intellectual and research quotient. The college has organized seminars on
Right to Information, Environmental changes and also participating in the conference
held at university. Eminent participants of their respective field who have contributed to
the event organized by the institution are-
Hon'ble Justice Anjana Prakash, High Court Patna Dr.S.C.Jha, Former Economic adviser of the Prime Minister & Ex- Chairman of the Asian Development Bank (3) Tara Kant Jha, Senior Advocate, High Court Patna & Ex-chairman of Vidhan Parishad (4) Prof.S.S.Chaterjee, Head & Dean Culcutta University Prof.B.N.Pandey, Dean BHU Prof.S.P.Singh, Former Vice-Chancellor of Lucknow. Prof.J.Jha, Ex-Vice-Chancellor Anna Mallai & Former Pro-V.C.of IGNOU Prof.K.N.Poddar, Ex-Head & Dean, Patna University Prof. R.C.Hingorani, Ex Head & Dean, Faculty of law, Patna University. Prof. Bishnukant Dubey, North Bengal University. Prof. S.S.Singh, Burdhman University Prof. Manik Chaturvedi. and several other eminent scholars of different fields have visited this institution & shared their knowledge & experiences.
3.7.5. How many of the linkages/collaborations have actually resulted in formal
MoUs and agreements?

N.A.
3.7.6. Details on the systemic efforts of the institution in planning, establishing
and implementing the initiatives of the linkage/collaborations.

N.A.

CRETERION IV: INFRANSTRUCTURE AND LEARNING RESOURCES
4.1.

Physical Facilities

4.1.1. What is the policy of the Institution for creation and enhancement of
infrastructure that facilitate effective teaching and learning?

The college has a well-defined policy of augmenting infrastructural facilities as a catalyst
for ensuring academic excellence. New infrastructure is created and existing upgraded
to enhance academic standards and increase efficiency. Constant and proper monitoring
of infrastructure has helped the optimal usage of the existing facilities. The university is
also always expending money to enhance the facilities available to the students.
The college also establish an exclusive Wi-Max computer lab with current Apex Court's Judgments, enabled teaching learning process in easy way. The college have
seminar/moot court hall with facilities of dias for Judges and witness box and other
equipments for imagination of court room and practical understanding of the proceeding
and practice of the court.
4.1.2. Detail the facilities available for
a) curricular and co-curricular activities classrooms, technology enabled learning
spaces, seminar halls, tutorial spaces, laboratories, botanical garden, Animal
house, specialized facilities and equipment for teaching, learning and research
etc.

The classes are well enquipped with smart board LCD Projectors and laptops etc. We
have also a spacious library with huge amount of law text books, bare Act's, other law
books, manuals and law journals with SSC Online with computer lab, Wi-max system
facilitate students, faculty members for their academic activities. The college has
organized indoor and outdoor games, music, dance competition, quiz, debates and the
students participate in the competition under the guidance of faculty members and
awards are given for the excellent performances.
b) Extra-curricular activities
- Sports outdoor and indoor games.
4.1.3. How does the institution plan and ensure that the available infrastructure is
in line with its academic growth and is optimally utilized?

In the last four years the college has developed its own moot court hall in which regular
programmes on social legal issues were discussed. The institution has developed career
councelling cell by providing the facilities of community employment news etc. with the
help of UGC.
The institution has developed an e-library with the capacity of 50 students at a time but
as yet only thirty computers with wi-max internet facility under NME Programme and the
facility of Wi-fi campus has been extended to the students-staff through broad-band
connection. The facility of toilet, drinking water facilities, Jubilee gate has been
extended. We have developed the library and office automation system, which will
become functional very soon.
Approx 40 lakhs rupees every year i.e. about Rs. 1.6 crore has been spent for the last four years. This expenditure also includes the expenditure made on construction of boundary wall, college building, principal quarter etc.
4.1.4. How does the institution ensure that the infrastructure facilities meet the
requirements of students with physical disabilities?

The institute is committed to make the stay of differently-able students comfortable. It
ensures that the infrastructure facilities meet the requirement of the students with
physical disabilities by accommodating their classes on the ground floor, providing
comfortable furniture.
4.1.5. Give details on the residential facility and various provisions available with
them:

No such residential facility is available here.
4.1.6. What are the provisions made available to students and staff in terms of
health care on the campus and off the campus?

Arrangements for first aid and medical facilities are available for the staff as well as the
students inside the campus. In case of serious medical emergency, help is provided by
shifting them to JLN M College & Hospital, which is only two km away from the college.
In addition to it, the university has its own Medical Care Centre with four doctors and
other staffs which is available to our students free of cost and sometime medicines are
also supplied free of cost.
4.1.7. Give details of the common facilities available on the campus-spaces for
special units like IQAC.

The college has common facility available to the students as grievance redressal cell,
career counseling and guidance care and a common room, water filter and water cooler
have been made available cold drinking water for boys and girls. The seminar/moot
court hall for extra-curricular activities. Special space has been provided for IQAC
4.2.
Library as a Learning Resource

4.2.1. Does the library have an Advisory Committee?

Yes, the college has a library advisory committee.
Composition of Library Advisory Committee

The advisory committee comprised of three senior teachers and the library assistant.
The committee gives guideline for purchasing of new books and recommend the books
of good authors. The committee also make stock verification at the end of the year. The
committee also give their valuable advise and guidance for purchasing and maintenance
of books. The report of the committee is submitted before the principal for
implementation.
4.2.2. Provide the details of the following:
Total area of the library (in Sq. Mts):

Total seating capacity:
Working hours
On working days:
10:00 am. to 5:00 pm. Before examination days:
10:00 am to 6:00 pm. During examination days:
10:00 am to 6:00 pm. During vacation:
10:00 am to 6:00 pm. Layout of the library:
lounge area for browsing and relaxed reading.
4.2.3. How does the library ensure purchase and use of current titles, print and e-
journals and other reading materials?

Each faculty member suggest the titles of books and journals needed for study and
teaching. This is forwarded to the Head of the Department. The library procures these
after cross checking of the availability of these books in the library. In case copies are
available but are not sufficient or not of the latest edition, procurement is done in
consultation with the concerned faculty.
4.2.4. Provide details on the ICT and other tools deployed to provide maximum
access to the library collection?

The college library is fully conditioned with Smart Board LCD Projector with Wi-max
internet connection having automation, SCC Online with Apex Courts Judgment. The
institute has appointed regular librarian to handle the books and security of library.

Provide details on the following items:
Average number of walk-ins:

Average number of books issued/returned:
Ratio of library books to students enrolled:
Average number of login to opac(OPAC):
Average number of login to e-resources:
Teachers & Students Average number of e-resources downloaded/printed:
Number of information literacy training organized:
Details of weeding out of books and other materials:

4.2.6. Give details of the specialized services provided by the library.

Manuscripts
Reference:
BSCC Online/AIR, Cr.L.J.etc ILL (Inter Library Loan Service):
Information deployment and Notification
Download:

Syllabus, e-mail, data, search Material from google.com Printing:
Syllabus, e-mail data, search Material from google.com Reading List/Bibliography compilation:
In-House/remote access to e-resources:
Yes, we have Inflibnet connection, Under orientation programme is organized and given by an expert staff of the college to the students and faculty members. User Orientation and awareness:
Assistance in searching Databases:
INFLIBNET/IUC facilities :

4.2.7. Enumerate on the support provided by the Library staff to the students and
teachers of the college.

Online Access: A catalogue containing electronic data of all books, journals.
For Faculty Members: Books are issued to faculty members as per their needs without
any restriction.
For students: Books are issued on first come first served basis. Books are issued to the
student. From 10 am. to 1 pm. whereas Reading room remain open upto 5 pm.
4.2.8. What are the special facilities offered by the library to the visally /physically
challenged persons?

The college librarian take special care for visually/physically challenged students in
regard to the library need.
4.2.9. Does the library get the feedback from its users? If Yes how is it analysed
and used for improving the library services.

Yes, a feedback on library services is obtained from students, faculty through Interactive
session. The library advisory committee also get feedback from students & library staff
for improvement of library services. The valuable suggestions provided in the process is
analysed by the Principal, Faculty and Library Committee and corrective measures are
taken to upgrade the library services and make it more user-friendly.
4.3.
IT Infrastructure

4.3.1. Detail on the computer and internet facility made available to the faculty
and students on the campus and off-campus?

Number of computers with configuration
Computer-student ratio:
Stand alone facility:
LAN facility:
Licensed software:
AIT as per direction of BCI Number of nods/computers with Internet facility
Any other
Yes, the institution has up-to-date computer faculty:
Number of Computer System(till 2011-12)
No. of Students using Computers:

4.3.1. Detail on the computer and internet facility made available to the faculty
and students on the campus and off-campus?

It is used by staff members and student from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. on all working days
for their subject based/research based/assignment based solutions.
4.3.2. What are the institutional plans and strategies for deploying and upgrading
the IT infrastructure and associated facilities?

The institute intends to upgrade its infrastructure and associated facilities by purchasing
of new hardware as well as software providing them with subject/research related
solutions. The college intends to upgrade the PCs with latest configuration available in
the market.
4.3.3. Provide details on the provision made in the annual budget for
procurement, up gradation, deployment and the maintenance of the computers
and their accessories in the institution.

The college allocates funds for procurement, up gradation, deployment and maintenance
of the computers and their accessories. The annual budget for the last four years is as
follows:
Details of the budget allocated during the last four years

4.3.4. How does the institution facilitate extensive use of ICT resources including
development and use of computer-aid teaching / learning materials by its staff and
students?

Institute organizes faculty Improvement Development Programmes to assist the faculty
of the College to prepare computer aided teaching/ learning materials. Various weekly
programmes are organized from time to time within the campus, in which know-how of
computers and working of all peripherals like printer, scanner, smart-board etc. is
provided. Internet based usage is encouraged through the leased line connection, on-
line exchange of information is also encouraged.
4.3.5. Elaborate giving suitable examples on how the learning activities and
technologies deployed (access to on-line teaching-learning resources,
independent learning. ICT enabled classrooms/learning spaces etc.) by the
institution place the student at the centre of teaching-learning process and render
the role of a facilitator for the teacher.

The institution is aware of the fact that with a paradigm shift in teaching- learning, student's voice has become central to the learning experience and a teacher at best acts as a facilitator. Keeping the students learning at the centre of everything, the college reorients its
teachers from time to time and encourages them to undergo training on the computer-
aided teaching skills. Being a Law college, faculties and students are trained to see the
current judgments, changes in law and amendments through internet as a learning
source.
4.3.6. Does the institution avail of the National Knowledge Network connectivity
directly or through the affiliating university?

No, the institution does not avail itself to the National Knowledge Network connectively
directly or through the affiliating University.
4.4.
Maintenance of Campus Facilities

4.4.1. How does the institution ensure optimal allocation and utilization of the
available financial resources for maintenance and upkeep of the following
facilities.

The College ensures optional utilization of budget allocated for the maintenance and
upkeeping of the College infrastructure by holding regular meetings of governing body
constituted to plan and monitor the projects be taken up in a session. The Head of the
Institution prepares the proposals as per the requirements based on the need after
assessment of equipments, furniture, labs, classroom & accordingly the budget,
provisions are optimally made. The respective committees monitor the progress of work
that has been allocated.

Details of the budget allocated during the last four years

4.4.2. What are the institutional mechanisms for maintenance and upkeep of the
infrastructure, facilities and equipment of the college?

The college hires the services of mechanic & electrician. The official staff takes care of
the regular purchase needs.
Computer maintenance: As far as maintenance is concerned, outside vendors are
contacted for major repairs and for minor repairs the institution has UGC instrumentation
and maintenance lab. Software problems are taken care by outside ventors and lab staff.
Non-repairable systems are dumped in store. The college regularly check and maintain
computers through a private computers centre and maintenance charges is given to
them per month. The provisions made in the annual budget is near about Rs. 50,000/-
4.4.3. How and with what frequency does the institute take up calibration and
other precision measures for the equipment/instruments?

Annual maintenance and repair of the infrastructure is taken care of by the college in a
systemic manner. Day to day maintenance is carried out by the office staff appointed for
the maintenance of the building. The laboratory equipments are maintained through
College Development Fund and annual grants received form the UGC and government.
The computers and electronic devices are maintained and repaired through the funds
available in the institution. We have a team of qualified technical staff for maintaining
computers and networking facilities. Outside vendors are contacted for major repairs and
for minor repairs, the institution has UGC instrumentation and maintenance lab.
Software problems are taken care of by lab staffs.
4.4.4. What are the major steps taken for location, upkeep and maintenance of
sensitive equipment ?

The college has high tension electrical supply with the generators within the campus.
Voltage stabilizers have been installed for the safety of sensitive equipment. For e.g.
Ups for Computer Lab.
Maintenance of equipment is done through the annual maintenance contract with a
private computer centre who take care and main computers and monthly charges are
given to them. The college hires the services of electricians, plumbers, carpenters for
major and minor repairs.
Any other relevant information regarding Infrastructure and Learning Resources which
the college would like to include.
Our college is Law college & it like to include Lexis-Nexis, Manuputra etc for the
connectivity with the and current judgments of Apex court and amendments in law taking
place regularly.
CRITERION V: STUDENT SUPPORT AND PROGRESSION

5.1.
Student Mentoring and Support

5.1.1. Does the institution publish its updated prospectus/handbook annually?

Of course, the T.N.B.Law College, Bhagalpur publishes its updated prospectus and
broachers annually and supplies forms to the students at the time of admission.
The college prospectus carries details of the college, college campus and other related informations like courses syllabus, admission criteria/process, procedures, fees
structures, examination system facilities, college rules and other informations for the
student's benefit and help.
At present the College has no boys/girls hostel facility but the university has provided
seats for the law students at the university hostels.
5.1.2. Specify the type, number and amount of institutional scholarships/free
ships given to the students during the last four years and whether the financial aid
was available and disbursed on time?

As per rule the college imparts concession at the rate of 30% of the total seats among
deserving students inform of full/half free studentship from poor boys funds. Such as
1. Concession in tuition fees is given to needy students.
2. Concession to SC & ST students are also given both in admission and in tuition fees.
3. Concession as per reservation rule is also given to OBC and economically backward
students in both admission and tuition fees.
4. Scholarships are also given to SC/ST/OBC through welfare funds allotted to college
as per Govt. Rules.
5. UGC scholarships are also given to deserving students as per UGC norms.
Awards and Medals.
The university grants gold medals and certificates in its convocation to the students who
stood first position in the final exams of LL.B. and LL.M. annually.
5.1.3. What percentage of students receive financial assistance from state
government, central.

Appox. 30% of the total admitted students receive financial assistance through welfare
Deptt. of the State Govt. and also under UGC Schemes of the Central Govt.
5.1.4. What are the specific support services/facilities available for Students from
SC/ST.

As per college rules and universities reservation rules, facilities are available in the form
of concession and financial assistance for students belonging to SC/ST, OBC and
economically weaker sections, physically challenged/disable, poor, woman and others in
both admission and in tuition fees.
The College as per its tradition provide support and access to students from the above mentioned sections of the society. 1. Financial assistance to the above mentioned sections of society in form of concession in admission fee, tuition fee and scholarship from poor boys funds, welfare fund and under UGC schemes. 2. Faculty members are encouraged to put more efforts and take extra classes to make them capable to compete with other general students. 3. Remedial classes held by teachers for their improvement. 4. Scholarships are given to SC/ST/OBC students as per Govt. and Central Govt. norms. The College encourages its law students to participate along with academics in legal literacy camps, Lok Adalats and also arranges court visit for them to study the
procedure and decorum of the court.
The College also arranges and invites resource persons, experts of law to give lectures
on current subject of law.
The College has no health care centre of its own but this facility has been provided by
university health centre to students. The college off and on arranges health camps by
inviting local doctors for free checkups to its students.
5.1.5.Describe the efforts made by the institution to facilitate entrepreneurial
skills, among the students and the impact of the efforts.

The college encourages and develops entrepreneurial skills among students in the
following ways:

(a) Organizing Legal Awareness Camps.
(b) Organizing Seminars and Lectures on various topics of law.
(c) Organizing court visit/Moot Court training for students
(d) Internship programs with local eminent lawyers.
5.1.6. Enumerate the policies and strategies of the institution which promote
participation of students in extracurricular and co-curricular activities such as
sports, games, quiz competitions, debate and discussions, cultural activities etc.

The institution has a broad mission to develop the students into a skillful professional.
Student participation in extracurricular activities has been identified as an important
aspect of the higher education experience. Students get involved in extracurricular
activities not only for entertainment, social and enjoyment purposes but most important
to gain and improve skills.
Out-of the classroom activities helps students to understand the importance of critical
thinking skills, time management, and academic and intellectual competence.
Involvement in activities helps students mature socially through interaction, relationship
formation and discussion.
5.1.7. Enumerating on the support and guidance provided to the students in
preparing for the competitive exams, give details on the number of students
appeared and qualified in various competitive exam.

The college provides support and guidance to the students in preparing for the
competitive exams under the UGC Scheme for Entry into Services for SC/ST/OBC.
5.1.8. What type of counseling services are made available to the students

(i) To help students to chalk out academic roadmaps for themselves.
(ii) To enable students to integrate themselves with the milieu.
(iii) To acquaint them with various career options through seminars.
(iv) To help students, help themselves.
5.1.9. Does the institution have a structured mechanism for career guidance and
placement of its students?

The college has Career Guidance and Placement Cell to help students with career
choice and placements.
5.1.11 What are the institutional provisions for resolving issues pertaining to
sexual harassment.

There is a regular, well established and fair procedure for redressing grievances
regarding academic matters, health services, library, and other central services. A cell is
functioning under the able guidance of the Principal in consultation with members of
committee and legal expertise
There is a separate cell for prevention against sexual harassment of women students.
The Grievance Redressal Cell is also functional.
5.1.12. Is there an anti-ragging committee? How many instances have been
reported during the last four years and what action has been taken on these?

The college has a healthy tradition in which the old students extend a warm welcome to
the new entrants and also assure them of full support and guidance.
5.1.13. Enumerate the welfare schemes made available to students by the
institution.
The college ensure social justice through various welfare sheme-
ACADMIC
(i) Remedial classes for slow learners (No fee charged)
(ii) Placements and Counseling by organizing lectures of law experts
(iii) Personality Development Programme
(iv) Judicial Coaching Classes funded by UGC for SC/ST/Women.
CULTURAL AND SPORTS
(i) Special diet for students participating in Inter University or Inter College Cultural
activities.
(ii) Dresses, Shoes & other sports equipments are provided during sports meet.
SOCIAL AND FINANCIAL

Scholarships to SC/ST/OBC students as per Govt. norms.

HEALTH
(i) Health care facility through University health centre.
(ii) Institute arranges health camps by inviting local doctors for free checkups.
5.2.
Student Progression

5.2.1. Providing the percentage of students progressing to higher education or
employment highlight the trends observed.
N.A.
5.2.2. Provide details of the programme wise pass percentage and competion rate
for the last four year?

Keeping in view the glorious traditions, the performance of our students in University examination is consistently brilliant. These results have been obtained year
after year owing to the determined labour of our students, discipline of the college,
excellent guidance and pedagogical skills of the teachers, unparallel facilities provided
by the well-stocked library and e-learning facilities in the automated college campus
provided by the UGC & State Govt. Such brilliant achievement of our students make our
college a premier institution. Annexure-I attached
5.2.4 Enumerate the special support provided to students who are at risk of
failure and drop out?

The dropout rate after admission in regular courses is approx 20%. Socio-economic,
cultural and psychological issues are the main reason for the dropout factor.
The college make an effort to minimize the dropout rate by :
(i) Conducting internal exam. to enable the students to clear the condition laid down by
the University.
(ii) Organising/holding remedial classes for weak students to facilitate completion of
the course
(iii) Organising special lectures on the current topics of law.
(iv) Concession on fees to the needy students upto 12%
5.3.
Student Participation and Activities

5.3.1. List the range of sports games, cultural and other extracurricular activities

The main competitions of cultural and sport activities indoor/outdoor games are athletics, music, dancing, quiz, debate, mehandi, rangoli, painting-competition. The
College also participate in these extra curricular activities and win the awards in all these
competition time to time that take place according to the calendar issued by the
University. The students are also encouraged to participate in inter college competition
and youth festival organised by the University.
5.3.2. Furnish the details of major student achievement in co-curricular
extracurricular and cultural activities.
(i) One of the students got 2nd prize on National Debate Competition last year.
(ii) Students of LL.B 3rd Part, 2013 visited to Supreme Court to watch the Court
proceedings.
(iii) Students of this institute has attended the NSS camp & got Inter-College NSS medal.
[2012,2013]
(iv) PRD camp Certificate was awarded to one of the institute student on Republic Day.
[2013]

5.3.3. How does the college seek and use data and feedback from its graduates
and employers, to improve the performance and quality of the institutional
provisions?
The institute has a clearly set and well-defined mechanism of obtaining the feedback
from the students to improve the performance and quality of the institutional provisions.
The Internal Quality Assurance Cell collects the exit level feedback from the students
regarding learning processes.

5.3.4. How does the college involve and encourage students to publish materials
like catalogues, wall magazines.

The college promotes creativity amongst students by encouraging them to publish
articles and papers in Law Magazine.
5.3.5. Does the college have a Student Council or any similar body?

Yes the college has a student council which is represented by two students of each
section/class.
5.3.6. Give details of various academic and administrative bodies that have
student representatives on them.
Elected students representatives are given representation in the Academic and
Administrative Bodies of the College. In case of non-election, the best student of the
class is co-opted by the Principal on the recommendation of the class teacher.

5.3.7. How does the institutional network and collaborate with the Alumni and
former faculty of the institution.
The college has alumni association who advise and give feed back guideline to the
college.
CRITERION VI: GOVERNANCE, LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT
6.1

Institutional Vision and Leadership

6.1.1. State the vision and mission of the institution and enumerate on how the
mission statement defines the institutions distinctive characteristics.

This objectives of the Institution is communicated to the society through students,
teachers and staff by organising introductory class for new entrants, meeting of the
teachers, staff, students and guardians in order to communicate the steps taken by the
institution for better record of legal education in national perspective. We organise
seminars and workshops in order to understand the objective of the institution.
In view of the above stated facts the following mission is targeted by the Institution. :-
1. To promote the students to contemplate the basic features and principles of law or
traditions governing India as well as global society.
2. To infuse and equip the students with the contemporary laws governing Indian society
and also to support the students in understanding that process of legislation making.
3. The ‘Law' is however set of rules and regulations but the need is to understand that
the law in itself is an institution which care, preserve and foster the democratic set-up
of any government.
4. To foster and nurture the students with English communication skills and also to
enable them to improve writing skills.
6.1.2. What is the role of top management , Principal and faculty in design and
implementation of its quality policy and plans?

The Institution is a professional Law College which is governed by the Bar Council of India. It has got permanent affiliation from BCI. In order to decide the courses of study the direction of the Bar Council of India is mandatory. The details of the topic are taken from CDC report of the UGC and it is placed before the Board of Courses of Study which is presided by the Vice-Chancellor of the University in order to decide the ideal course for quality education and is also represented by the faculty members of the College, Principal & Dean of the faculty. In addition to it, the Principal of the College also distributes the courses among the specialized faculty member for teaching purposes. The routine is prepared by the teachers and notified by the Principal of the Institute in
order to provide better management in teaching , library, Office, sports, debate and other
co-curricular activities run for the alround development of the student. The policy
decision is generally taken by the Principal in the Staff Council meeting in which all the
faculty members represent. In regard to Development & Purchase Committee of the
College, development council is considered to be the final body for the approval of the
developmental scheme. This Committee is represented by the senior faculty members
and the head of the Department and teachers association of the College. It is also
represented by the two University Officials, the CCDC and University Engineer. The
purchase committee is constituted as per the guidelines of the University rules. The sole
objective is to guarantee the quality education so that students should be able to achieve
the goal of life by adopting professional life as an advocate. They may also target for
their appointment as Judicial officer, Assistant Public Prosecutor, Law officers in Banking
services, Corporate sectors, Govt. Officer. Legal Advisors and Legal Assistant in High
Courts and Supreme Court etc. Being a perfect citizen, they will also be able to provide
leadership to the society in order to become a matured citizen of the country.
6.1.3. What is the involvement of the leadership in ensuring:

The enlightened leadership of the Principal, leads the college for the fulfillment of the
above stated mission. The fee structure, proposals on infrastructure facilities, funds
received and the expenditure incurred, are all presented in details in the respective
Committee meeting appointed in this regard by the Principal of the college. The
committee ensures financial accountability and gives suggestions for better financial
management if needed. The annual developmental plan of the college & all academic
and administrative matters are discussed and finalized at the meeting.
The accountant of the college is in charge of the account section of the college. He
monitors the expenditure in accordance with the university guideline and follow up
developmental plans and implement various welfare schemes for teaching and non-
teaching staff.
Interaction with Stakeholders
The college makes conscious efforts to build-up a healthy relationship with its stake
holders namely-Students, parents, alumni, social workers and Law experts by organizing
regular meeting through out the year.
6.1.4. What are the procedures adopted by the institution to monitor and evaluate
policies and plans of the institution for effective implementation and improvement
from time to time?

The college has a clear and well-defined system to monitor and evaluate the
effectiveness and effective implementation of the policies and plans of the institution.
The college ensures that the desired objectives are being achieved through the IQAC.
Feedbacks on various aspects of the functioning of the college are obtained from
stakeholders namely students, parents, researchers, industry, and alumni to evaluate
the efficacy of policy decisions.
6.1.5. Give details of the academic leadership provided to the faculty by the top
management.


The Principal of the college takes keen interest in providing leadership to the faculty
members of the college. The teachers prepare the lesson plans for class room teaching
in which essential ingredients of the relevant study materials and case laws are provided
to make them understand the concept. Specific instructions & guidelines are given by
the Principal to the faculty members in order to eradicate the Academic Problems faced
by the students. Generally such instructions are given in staff council meeting or special
meetings with the teachers organized by the Principal as per need.
6.1.6. How does the college groom leadership at various levels?
The supportive management always encourages the involvement of the staff in the
quality assurance and enhancement process of the institution. Various members are
involved in development activities of the college. Such an arrangement is conducive to
institutional harmony and growth mutually beneficial and has a synergetic effect for the
institution. The Principal is getting co-operation of the faculty members in order to
provide smooth functioning and establishing academic environment in the college.
6.1.7. How does the college delegate authority and provide operational autonomy
to the departments/units of the institution and work towards decentralized
governance system?

The Principal of the College functions as the administrative head of the College but due to excessive work load & for the democratic functioning of the Institution, the administrative power is delegated in different bodies of teachers in order to guarantee transparency and smooth functioning of the College i.e the Institution has the following committee to run the institute smoothly.:- Admission Committee Library Committee Development Committee Purchase Committee Committee for SC/ST Committee for the protection against sexual harassment to women. Disciplinary Committee Free studentship and Scholarship Committee Internal Examination Committee Student Grievance Redressal Cell Internal Quality Assurance Cell. In addition to it, several other Committees are also constituted by the Principal for delegating the authority in order to provide the smooth & democratic functioning of the College. As we are a professional law college and running three years and five years integrated law courses for awarding LL.B. Professional degree, we do not have separate department. Most of the teachers are in the subjects of law. Even the teachers of social sciences are also teaching students the basic inter-related concept of the subject with law. So indirectly they also teach law. But they do have separate department. The senior most teacher of the Deptt. is the Head of the Deptt. and look after the teaching work of the Deptt. 6.1.8. Does the college promote a culture of participative management? If yes,
indicate the levels of participative management.

The prospective institutional plan is developed through consultations of the Principal and faculty members. For the democratic functioning, the institution constitutes
committees for the various developmental initiatives it proposes to undertake, viz
Admission Committee, Purchase Committee, Development Committee etc. Teachers
play a significant role in the planning and implementation of the development of the
College. Participator leadership and team work culture enable the College community to
internalize these and in turn creates institutional loyalty and the willingness for overall
development of the Institution.

6.2.

Strategy Development and Deployment

6.2.1. Does the Institution have a formally stated quality policy? How is it
developed, driven, deployed and reviewed?

The College has a perspective plan for institutional development based on vision and mission of the college. The Management monitors and review the plan/projects implemented by holding formal and informal dialogues with the staff, from time to time.
To achieve the desired results in the academies, teachers are encouraged to participate
in seminar, conferences, workshops and refresher and orientation courses and update
their knowledge and skill base.

6.2.2. Does the Institute have a perspective plan for development? If so, give the
aspects considered for inclusion in the plan.

The College have a perspective plan of introducing Five Years BBA LL.B. Course according to the needs of the corporate market . We are also looking forward for
providing different infrastructural facilities for the students such as hostel, auditorium,
expansion of Library, Cafeteria etc.

6.2.3. Describe the internal organizational structure and decision making
processes.

The organisational structural of the college facilitate its smooth functioning. The Managing Committee is the policy making body. The feedbacks obtained from the
experts, student, alumni and their employers, industries, faculty and NAAC peer team
constitute the major inputs for the perspective planning. The perspective institutional
plan for academic programmes and infrastructural development is developed by the
head of the institution in consultation with the University.

6.2.4. Give a broad description of the quality improvement strategies of the
institution for each of the following.

The Institution ensures effective and efficient transaction of teaching and learning process by the classroom teaching to be performed by the competent faculty members employed on the recommendation of the Commission. The proper routine for each and every semester class is notified on the Notice Board and accordingly, the classes are engaged. We also organise the tutorial & moot court classes for the students for the proper academic development. The Institution ensures that in no case the classes are
dropped & in case of scarcity of teachers, the University employee Guest Faculty on A-
hoc basis. NET qualified candidates are given preference. We are also providing the
facility of modern technology of teaching with the help of smart board, over-head
projector, laptop etc. for the academic development of the student. It also strengthen the
faculty members & they work with eagerness.
Research & Development –

In the premises of the College P.G. Department of Law also functions in which the facility of research guidance is given by almost all the Law teachers of the College.
The P.G.Deptt. has produced about 30 Ph.D. Degree holder as yet. In addition to it, the
teachers of social sciences working under the integrated 5 Years Course also extend
guidance to scholar of the subject concerned through the P.G. Deptt. of the subject
concerned. The parameter laid down by the UGC is followed in research and
development work. The department has started the research methodology classes. In
addition to it some teachers have also involved themselves in completion of the minor
projects given by the UGC.
Community Engagement

The institution has undertaken several awareness programmes with the help of NSS Unit of the College. The Programme Officer takes keen interest and also gets the
co-operation of the teachers from time to time. The Institution organises legal awareness
programmes under the guidance of the Legal Services Authority of India. Special camps,
relief programmes as per need of the society has established a good relation with the
community in extending the community service .
Human Resource Management

The teachers of the College engage their lectures as per the routine of the College. They also involve them-self in research and development work. In addition to it they are part of different committees and takes remarkable roles in taking decisions for the institution. The Office functions from 10 A.M. to 4 P.M. whereas the classes design at 7 A.M. itself. The library is run by the non teaching staffs with the guidance of the Library Committee. Overall vigilance is done by the Principal of the College. The Office staff also functions regularly from 10 AM to 6 PM daily for the benefit of the students and all the official works viz admissions collection of fees, payment of salary etc. are being done by them. These works are being distributed among the class 3rd employees. The 4th grade employees also performs different type of work viz waterman, office peon, bank peon, night guard, mali etc. and distribution of work is done by the institution. The College has a self appraisal method to evaluate the performance of faculty members. Faculty development programmes are organized to update the knowledge .
Industry Interaction

As we are a professional college, the students are actively involved in the training in District Court situated within one Km. from the institution itself, under the guidance of part time teachers of the College. They record the functioning of the Court in certain cases & practical record in terms of report is submitted which are regularly evaluated. The student also visits to the Apex Court in order to learn the functioning of the Court. Financial assistance is provided to them and professional technicalities under the procedural law are provided be legal expert on a regular basis. 6.2.5. How does the Head of the institution ensure that adequate information is
available for the top management and the stakeholders, to review the activities of
the institution?

The Principal ensures that adequate information (feedback and personal contracts etc.)
must be available to review the activities of the institutions in the following ways:
a) by holding periodical meetings to review the overall progress of the institution.
b) through personal interactions with students at both formal and informal level.
c) through personal interaction of the Principal with the teaching and non-teaching staff.
d) through interaction of the Principal with the guardians.
e) informations available through student feedback forms.
f) through reports of parents meetings organized by the institution.
The Principal gets the feedback from various stakeholders' such as teachers, students,
parents, industry, alumnae, and from public on the teaching quality, curriculum, extra-
curricular activities and infrastructural requirements and communicates it to the
members of the committee.
After thorough discussion and deliberations, the existing facilities and activities of the
institution are reviewed and decisions are taken for their implementation.
6.2.6. How does the management encourage and support involvement of the staff
in improving the effectiveness and efficiency of the institutional processes?

N.A.
6.2.7. Enumerate the resolutions made by the Management Council in the last
year and the status of implementation of such resolutions.

N.A.
6.2.8. Does the affiliating university make a provision for according the status of
autonomy to an affiliated institution? If yes what are the efforts made by the
institution in obtaining autonomy?

N.A.
6.2.9. How does the institution ensure that grievances / complaints are promptly
attended to and resolved effectively? Is there a mechanism to analyse the nature
of grievances for promoting better stakeholder relationship?

The institution has well-defined grievance redressal mechanism to address and redress
the grievances of all the members. Prompt and effective disposal of grievances of
various stakeholders is being done by the Grievances Redressal Committee constituted
for the overall well-being of staff and students. This committee discusses the matter with
Principal to solve the problem.
A Grievance Redressal Cell has been established to address the problems of the
students and staffs to promote a healthy atmosphere in the college. The objective of the
cell is to uphold the dignity of the college by ensuring strike free atmosphere in the
college by promoting healthy student-student and student-teacher relationship. Institute
encourages the students to express their grievances freely and frankly. Institute also
promote & maintain a conducive and unprejudiced educational environment.

6.2.10. During the last four years, had there been any instances of court cases
filed by and against the institute? Provide details on the issues and decisions of
the courts on these?

No.
6.2.11. Does the institution have a mechanism for analyzing student feedback on
institutional performance? If yes what was the outcome and response of the
institution to such an effort?

The institute has setup different committees viz. Admission Committee, Disciplinary
Committee, Student Grievance Redressal Cell etc. Students are encouraged to give
their feedbacks. After analyzing their feedback by the expert committee, the institute
considers those issues and take appropriate measure if required for the welfare of the
students as well as the progress of the institution.
The information obtained from the feedbacks whether agreeable or disagreeable from
both stakeholders as well as non-stakeholders are considered by the institution.
6.3.
Faculty empowerment Strategies

6.3.1. What are the efforts made by the institution to enhance the professional
development of its teaching and non teaching staff?

The institution ensures the professional development of the staffs by:
(i) Planning and executing programmes that addresses professional development,
career developmental, personal development of faculty members.
(ii) Organizing new skill development opportunities by seminars/workshops on current
topics on socio-legal subjects.
(iii) Encouraging faculty members to attend refresher courses and workshops.
(iv) Sponsoring for participation in national and state level seminars.
(v) Development programmes for non-teaching staffs.
The college has implemented various programmes to enable the staffs to function more
effectively. Employees need training in advanced skills related to their works. In this
regard college provides computer training to the staffs.
6.3.2.What are the strategies adopted by the institution for faculty empowerment
through training, retraining and motivating the employees for the roles and
responsibility they perform?

The needs of the faulty development are assessed, keeping in view the changes taking
place in higher education as per direction of Bar Council of India and UGC guidelines.
The college has perceived the need for enabling its faculty to use ICT tools to create
richer learning environment and also to improve curriculum accordingly to the changing
academic advancement. College provides computer training to faculty members and
encourages them to use modern technology in teaching by using smart board, LCD
projector etc.
The college organizes seminars, workshops, conferences and moot court for students,
faculty members and for the faculty &students of other institutions in the state.
The college sanctions duty leave to the faculty for attending seminars/conferences to
keep them updated.
6.3.3. Provide details on the performance appraisal system of the staff to
evaluate and ensure that information on multiple activities is appropriately
captured and considered for better appraisal.

The achievements of faculty members are monitored and maintained through
Performance Appraisal System as per the guidelines form UGC. The lesson plans
teaching in class is to be mentioned by each teacher and student feed back is to be
taken based on NAAC recommendation.
The Principal analyzes the students reflections and shares it individually with the staffs to help them judge their performance and overcome the weakness.
6.3.4. What is the outcome of the review of the performance appraisal reports by
the management and the major decisions taken? How are they communicated to
the appropriate stakeholders?

N.A.
6.3.5. What are the welfare scheme available for teaching and non teaching staff?
What percentage of staff have availed the benefit of such schemes in the last four
years?
All the teachers and employees of college are covered under the policy of insurance
scheme of the LIC in which premium deduction is made.

6.3.6. What are the measures taken by the Institution for attracting and retaining
eminent faculty?

Service rules are employee friendly and the faculty feels comfortable with them.
6.4.
Financial Management and Resource Mobilization

6.4.1. What is the institutional mechanism to monitor effective and efficient use
of available financial resources?

The effective and efficient use of available financial resources of the college is ensured
through a proper system adopted by the college. Financial decisions are taken by
governing body in meeting, principal to implicate upon them.
6.4.2. What are the institutional mechanisms for internal and external audit?
When was the last audit done and what are the major audit objections? Provide
the details on compliance.

The university has internal auditors who audit all the income and expenditure of the
college. In addition to this the college also engages approved Chartered Accountant to
audit the early accounts of the college and other grants provided by UGC.
6.4.3. What are the major sources of institutional receipts/funding and how is the
deficit managed? Provide audited income and expenditure statement of academic

and administrative activities of the previous four years and the reserve
fund/corpus available with institutions, if any.
The college's major sources of funding are as follows:
(i) Total fee collected from the students.
(ii) Various grants received from UGC.
(iii) State Govt. grants under recurring and non-recurring fundings.
6.4.4. Give details on the efforts made by the institution in securing additional
funding and the utilization of the same (if any).

Some of the methods used by the college towards securing additional funding and the
utilization are as follows:
a) The institution organized seminars and conferences & their expenditure is met by the
grants received form the UGC.
b) Writing for grants for specific needs from the UGC and State Government.
6.5.
Internal Quality Assurance System (IQAS)

6.5.1. Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC)
a)

Has the institution established an Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) ?
If yes, What is the institutional policy with regard to quality assurance and how
has it contributed in institutionalizing the quality assurance processes?

Yes, the institution is having its Internal Quality Assurance Cell. Following is the
composition of the same:
IQAC has been actively functioning in the college with the thrust on academic and
administrative excellence. After creating an academic environment for promotion of
quality and accountability, the IQAC has been evolving novel avenues to take the
college nearer to its goals and objectives, focusing on the core values identified by
NAAC. The main task of IQAC being quality assurance, planning and monitoring the
projects undertaken, it accomplishes through the following:
(a) Disseminating information on the various quality parameters of higher education
(b) Reviewing the existing Programmes and introducing new programmes relevant
to the present educational scenario.
(c) Promoting Research Proposal Promoting the use of technology for enhanced
teaching learning
(d) Assisting on other relevant issues.
b)
How many decisions of the IQAC have been approved by the
management/authorities for implementation and how many of them were actually
implemented?

The institution has approved the following proposals of IQAC:
(i) Automation of college
(ii) Uplifting of library facilities
(iii) Up gradation of Computer Lab.
(iv) Repairing of the building.

6.5.2. Does the institution have an integrated framework for Quality assurance of
the academic and administrative activities? If yes, give details on its
operationalisation.

The college committee and IQAC jointly assess the integrated framework for quality
assurance of the academic and administration activities. This includes a continuous
improvement process, better interaction among faculty, students and administrators and
self-assessment that provides accountability.
6.5.3. Does the institution provide training to its staff for effective implementation
of the Quality assurance procedures? If yes give details enumerating its impact.

The academic as well as the administrative working in further smoothened by special
training sessions being organized by the college from time to time for its teaching as well
as the non-teaching staffs.
6.5.4. Does the institution undertake Academic audit or other external review of
the academic provisions? If yes how are the outcomes used to improve the
institutional activities?

The institution has its own internal committee for the academic audit of the college. In
view of its suggestions we do try to eradicate the deficiency in the next session. Several
improvements in admissions, education through modern method of teaching etc. as the
recommendation of the Internal Quality Improvement Assurance Cell.
6.5.5. How are the internal quality assurance mechanisms aligned with the
requirements of the relevant external quality agencies/regulatory authorities ?

In the case of the institution the external regulatory authority is the University
The IQAC of the T.M.Bhagalpur University, Bhagalpur is aligned with university. Being a
constituent unit, guide and direction gives by the Bar Council of India, Education
Committee and Academic Council assures overall quality of the institution. Internal &
Final examination, Viva exams of students, improvement of teaching standard,
infrastructural facilities is mentioned through the alignment of these regularoty authority.
6.5.6. What institutional mechanisms are in place to continuously review the
teaching learning process? Give details of its structure, methodologies of
operations and outcome?

(a) The academic committee is the body that continuously reviews the teaching-
learning and evaluation process in the college.
(b) The college introducing progressive academic changes through workshops and
discussion sessions with experts in law.
(c) Designing the total curriculum of the College, keeping in view the mission of the
College, changes in society and current trends in education;
(d) Evaluating courses periodically and systematically by the university programmes of
other colleges and universities of repute, the felt needs of students, adhering to
international standards.
(e) Revising and updating the pattern of evaluation.
Methodology of Operation: Specific Measures Taken by the College to Improve
Teaching, Learning and Evaluation

The college provide three and five years LL.B. Professional courses following the rules
of University and Bar Council of India and efforts are made to take corrective action for
improve teaching, learning and evaluation. The college partially utilized the NAAC
Performa from the recent part.
6.5.7. How does the institution communicate its quality assurance policies,
mechanisms and outcomes to the various internal and external stakeholders?
The institution has evolved a strategy to network with the stakeholders on different
platforms like Parent-Teacher Meet, alumni and various committees with a fair
representation of students. The college has developed an evaluation NAAC based
evaluation performa for stakeholders to record their opinion, suggestions and objections
for constructive developments for future.
Teaching, Learning and Evaluation
Faculty is encouraged to device various ICT based pedagogies for the enrichment of
teaching-learning process. These are then monitored during the Academic Audit. Law
Books journals and SCC Online are purchased as per norms of the Univeristy.
Evaluation of teacher is made by their lesson plan also from the feedback received from
the students. The internal academic audit done every semester is an in-built mechanism
to check and ensure the proper implementation of the process of conduct of classes,
course design, transaction and evaluation. Student and the faculty feedback mechanism
ensure accountability.

CRITERIA VII: INNOVATIONS AND BEST PROCTICES
7.1.

Environment Consciousness

The college has its eco-friendly campus. The campus is green and has a good garden.
7.1.1. Does the Institute conduct a Green Audit of its campus and facilities?
The college maintains a clean and green campus, the students of NSS are motivated to
maintain the cleanliness of College campus.
7.1.2. What are the initiatives taken by the college to make the campus eco-
friendly?

* Energy conservation:
Florescent tube lights and CFLs are used to save energy. No bulbs are used. * Use of renewable energy : Nil
* Check dam construction: Nil
* Efforts for Carbon neutrality: by plantation
* Plantation:

Tree plantation drives are organized by the NSS unit of the college regularly to create
clean and green campus.
7.2.
Innovations

7.2.1. Give details of innovations introduced during the last four years which
have created a positive impact on the functioning of the college.

The college has introduced several innovations in academics, administration and other
levels.
Research and Extension: To promote research among faculty and students like:
(a) Faculty motivation for publish research papers.
(b) Internet connectivity established through Wi-max system in campus.
(c) Infrastructural Facilities.
(d) Moot- Court for practical training of the court proceeding.
(e) E-library
(f) Smart Board Class Room with LCD Projector.
Innovative Administrative Practices
(a) Feedbacks on teachers, curriculum, library, and overall functioning of the college is
Implemented. The suggestions of stake holders are also to be taken into
consideration.
(b) Internal assessment on the basis of discipline, communication skills, ability to take
initiatives and good behavioral patterns of both students and teachers.
(c) The college is highly conscious of its responsibility as it provides
very good lawyer to the community.
(d) The college motivates to students to attend Law seminars organized elsewhere too.
(e) The college also organized legal literacy camps in order to make the poor & illiterate
legally aware.
7.3.
Best Practices

7.3.1. Elaborate on any two best practices as per the annexed format Which have
contributed to the achievement of the Institutional Objective and/or contributed to
the Quality improvement of the core activities of the college.

We inculcate legal aptitude and interest in the students of law since beginning and there
by, we produce lawyers of great standard and stature to aid very the society as well as
the BAR also. Our students practicing in and around India are eminent, renowned and
are yardsticks for others. We impart teaching by the aid of Electronic medium as well as
through internet. We are regularly organizing legal aid motivational camps in furtherance
of our goal and aim to produce good students.

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