The soul of the any college is its library and the standards of books. It is necessary to have not just a library but a rich library to meets the specific requirements of expecting professionals and engaged teachers. Our library has large number of books including text books and rare, excellent reference books of renowned Indian and foreign authors. Besides books the library has a vast reading room with subscription of renowned journals and periodicals including All India Reporter, Criminal Law Journal, Supreme Court Decisions magazine, High courts decisions magazine [ both in Hindi ] Raj. Criminal decisions, Consumer Protection Journal, Indian Bar Review, Indian Socio-Legal Journal and a vast number of weekly, fortnightly and monthly magazines to enrich the general awareness and knowledge of the students.
E - Library
Library has INTERNET facilities consisting of 5 NET Worked terminal for providing recent and most comprehensive acess of E-Journais & other E-references to the faculty members and students, including AIR High Court Bata base, Criminal ' Law Journal data base, AIR Privy Council data base, Air online Institutional Version Subscription, All India Reporter Journal, Criminal Law Journal, Lab our & Industrial Cases, AIR Law Lines, AIR Civil Cases, AIR Accidental Claims & Compesation, AIR Cheque Dishonour Reports. Wi-Fi system and Scanning, photocopying facilities are also available in our Campus
A unit of NSS was established in the year 2004. The motto of NSS “not me but you”, reflects the essence of democrative living and upholds the need for self less service. NSS helps the students develop appreciation to other person’s point of view.
Some of the important services which are rendered by NSS volunteers are disseminating information about the latest development about sanitation, personal hygiene, government schemes, legal aid, consumer protection, plantation etc.
The compulsory practical Training through moot courts is a part of Curriculum. The students are introduced to learn through Moot Court. They are required to prepare arguments on behalf of the plaintiff or defendants or are asked to sit as a judge and deliver judgment of a case presented before the Moot Court. The purpose is to teach them to speak with confidence and inculcate the habit to self study and of reading the law journal, reports and periodicals. Every case presented before Moot Court is followed by a discussion. For participating in the Moot Court the students are required to wear dress prescribed by the college for the purpose.