B. S. Anangpuria Institute of Law

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B. S. Anangpuria Institute of Law

The legal profession is one among the few that has the potential to make a genuine difference in the society. With this aim, B. S. Anangpuria Institute of Law was established in 2007 under the umbrella of B. S. Anangpuria Educational Institutes to cater the needs of world-class legal education. It is approved by Bar Council of India and Government of Haryana and affiliated to M.D. University, Rohtak.

B. S. Anangpuria Institute of Law’s primary mission is to create able, competent and humane legal professionals, who on entering the Bar and the Bench would be well-equipped to address effectively the imperatives of the new millennium.

 

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The Institute boasts of unmatched infrastructure comprising of spacious classrooms, desirable Moot Court Room (pride of our Institute and one of its own kind in the N.C.R.), resourceful and fully air conditioned library with latest legal publications and journals, information centre with all-time Internet connectivity, well-equipped audio-visual seminar hall and above all, a conducive environment to study and explore numerous possibilities in life.

The Institute is dedicated to nurturing students into leaders inculcating in them the intellectual and ethical values that will mold them into socially responsible professional proficient in the dynamic domain of law.

 

B. S. ANANGPURIA INSTITUTE OF LAW

(B. S. A. I. L.) 
ESTD. 2007

APPROVALS:

  • Bar Council of India
  • Government of Haryana

AFFILIATIONS:

  • Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak, Haryana

 

BACHELOR OF LAWS – B.A.LL.B. (HONOURS) (INTEGRATED)

A Candidate must have passed 10+2 examination with 45% marks in aggregate (42.75% marks in case of SC/ST candidates) from Board of School Education Haryana, Bhiwani or any other equivalent examination recognized by M. D. University, Rohtak. Those who have passed graduate or postgraduate degree are not eligible for admission to this course [OR as may be amended/ reviewed by the competent authority].

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Those who complete a degree in Law have the following career options:-

  • Legal Practitioner / Advocate / Legal Advisor
  • Writer – Editing Law Books / Journals / Reports
  • Government Service
  • Legal Outsourcing
  • Judiciary
  • Teaching

 

 

The Institute boasts of unmatched infrastructure comprising of spacious classrooms, desirable Moot Court Room (pride of our Institute and one of its own kind in the N.C.R.), resourceful and fully air conditioned library with latest legal publications and journals, information centre with all-time Internet connectivity, well-equipped audio-visual seminar hall and above all, a conducive environment to study and explore numerous possibilities in life.

1. MOOT COURT ROOM

Moot court is an extracurricular activity at B. S. Anangpuria Institute of Law in which participants take part in simulated court proceedings, usually involving drafting memorials or memoranda and participating in oral argument. The Moot Court Committee ensures that practical training is given to the students related to the observance of trial in the court.

    Work Profile of the Committee:-

  • Maintenance of Moot-Court.
  • Organization of Moot-Court Practices. 
  • Organization of Semester-wise Moots. 
  • Approach to Judges (Internal/External) for Moot-Court Competitions. 
  • Maintenance of Documents related to Moot Sessions like Memorial Judgment Sheets etc. 
  • Keep a track on Preparation for Moot-Court Competition. 
  • Ensure Participants of our Students in various Moot-Court Competitions organized by various Colleges at all levels. 
  • The Committee shall work under the guidance of concerned Faculty Coordinator. 

2. LEGAL AID CLINIC

There are thousands of people who become a victim of the legal procedure because of their poor legal knowledge also they are not economically sound to get justice. The common man is unaware of the legal process in India. Through the Legal Aid Clinic, students of the Institute have made legal aid available to the common man as they know how it can be implemented. These students are considered to be the social engineers of the society and their efforts can take them many steps forward to make the purpose of Legal Aid Clinic successful. 

3. SEMINAR HALL

B.S.A.I.L. has a state of the art, fully air-conditioned seminar hall. It has a seating capacity of 200. The seminar hall is very spacious with comfortable seating arrangement. It is used for events such as Guest Lectures, Seminars, Symposia, Orientation Program, etc. 

The seminar hall has been witness to the presence of some senior judges, advocates, and academics from the field of law.

4. COMPUTER LAB

A well maintained Computer Lab in the department provides computer education to the students for the Student Transformation & Employability Enhancement Program (S.T.E.P.). The lab serves a dual purpose of serving as the language lab during English Language classes and thus focuses on the enhancement of spoken skills of the students.

5. LIBRARY

Libraries are the backbone of the academic life of the campus. Housed in a spacious hall, the Law Library is well stocked with a collection of around 10,500 textbooks, educational journals, periodicals, and reference material for advanced research and development work. The Library is equipped with internet facilities and old reported cases from 1950 onwards in CD format. The college has an electronic database of law reports, modern aids to Education, including online digital libraries along with press clippings related to Legal news, editorials, case comments and other matters related to legal development available in the library.

6. CLASSROOMS

B.S.A.I.L.’s classrooms are well equipped with modern teaching aids like multimedia projectors and computers with wi-fi connectivity. The simulated teaching software helps the students to understand the subject material in a highly visualized form.

Excellence in legal education can be achieved only by enduring efforts and dedicated teamwork on the part of the management, faculty and students alike. Every year, the Institute has been organizing Faculty Development & Orientation programmes. The Pre-Law & Law departments have well qualified and experienced faculty. The faculty has also been involved in research work in their respective areas of specialization and has been publishing articles in reputed journals.

Research Papers &Publications:

1. Dr. Chandra Kant Tewari

  • Prasad Ki Naari Vishayak Dhrishti – Shabad Brahma, Online, ISSN-2320-0871, Indore, Madhya Pradesh, 2015
  • Prasad Aur Pant Ke Kavya Mein Naari Chitran – Shabad Brahma, Online, ISSN-2320-0871, Indore, Madhya Pradesh, 2015
  • Prasad ke Natya Sahitya Main Naari- Shabad Brahma, Online, ISSN-2320-0871, Indore, Madhya Pradesh, 2015
  • Naari Vishyak Avdharna :Ek Etihashik Drishti- Shabad Brahma, Online, ISSN-2320-0871, Indore, Madhya Pradesh, 2015
  • Prasad Ke Kavya Mein Naari Chitran :Kamayani – Shabad Brahma, Online, ISSN-2320-0871, Indore, Madhya Pradesh, 2016
  • Vishva Bazar Mai Hindi- Indu Sanchetana, Gaungdong University Of Foreign Studies China, 2016
  • Vartmaan Shiksha Vyavastha Mai Mulyaparakta Ke Aavasyakta- Sodh Reetu, ISSN-2454-6283, Nanded, Maharashtra, 2015
  • Shabadh ,Satta Aur Samaj – Sodh Reetu, ISSN-2454-6283, Nanded, Maharashtra, 2015
  • Bharat Mai Ling Hinsha: Ek Sukshm Avalokan ,Shabad Brahma, Online, ISSN-2320-0871, Indore, Madhya Pradesh, 2016
  • Mahaveer Prasad Dwivedi: Swayam Main Ek Yug, Indu Sanchetana, Gaungdong University Of Foreign Studies China 2016
  • Pantke Gaddya Sahitya Main Naari Chitran – Shabad Brahma, Online, ISSN-2320-0871, Indore, Madhya Pradesh. 2016; Indu Sanchetana, Gaungdong University Of Foreign Studies China 2016;  Apni Maati, Online, ISSN-2322-0724, Chhitorghar, Rajasthan, 2016
  • Prasad ke Katha Sahitya Main Naari Chitran- Shabad Brahma, Online, ISSN-2320-0871, Indore, Madhya Pradesh. 2016; Indu Sanchetana, Gaungdong University Of Foreign Studies China.2016; Apni Maati, Online, ISSN-2322-0724, Chhitorghar, Rajasthan.2016
  • Prasad Ke Chaar Kavya :Ek Sukhama Avalokan- Sodh Reetu, ISSN-2454-6283, Nanded, Maharashtra, 2016
  • Nerala Ke Rachnadharmita Ke Vividh Aayam, Shabad Brahma, Online, ISSN-2320-0871, Indore, Madhya Pradesh, 2016.
  • Hindi Ki Nai Purani Kahaniyan Aadhyan Aur Vivachan, Shabad Brahma, Online, ISSN-2320-0871, Indore, Madhya Pradesh. 2016, Indu      Sanchetana, Gaungdong University Of Foreign Studies China ,2016.
  • Shavatantrouttar Hindi Kahani: Nai Bhangimayan, ISBN-978-93-82597-49-0 Delhi University 2016.
  • Hindi Ka Samkaalin Paridresya, Hindi Anuselan, Bhartiya Hindi Parishad, Allahabad University UP., ISSN – 2249-930X, 2015.
  • Dr. Nagandra Ki Alochanatamak Drishti :Ek Sushamya Avalokan- Hindi Anuselan, Bhartiya Hindi Parishad , Allahabad University UP., ISSN – 2249-930X, 2016

2. Dr. P.K.Sahoo [Publications]

  • Special Provision to Jammu & Kashmir – IJAR-ISSN-7666
  • Autonomy at the Grass root Level – IJKMS-ISSN-2322-0899

3. Dr. Sarish Sebastian [Books Authored]

  • ‘Parliamentary Democracy in Bhutan: A Journey from Tradition to Modernity”, Adroit publishers, New Delhi, India, 2015. ISBN 978-81-87393-15-3
  • Chapters in Edited Books: India and Bhutan: Striving for a Better Strategic Partnership, in Mohammed Badrul Alam and Nisar-Ul-Haq (eds), Emerging India in the New World Order, Bloomsbury, New Delhi, 2016, pp 139 – 154 ISBN:9789385436680
  • India and Bhutan: Striving for a Better Future, in Muhhamed Badrul Alam (ed), India and her Neighbours Towards a Proactive Parnership, Gyan Books (P) Ltd., New Delhi, 2015, pp. 237 – 253. ISBN10, ISBN13- 9351281205, 9789351281207
  • Course Developed and Published: Indian Administration: Problems and Issues, Centre for Distance and Open Learning at Jamia Millia Islamia, Maktaba Jamia Limited, Jamia Nagar, New Delhi. ISBN: 9789382997719
  • Indian Administration: Structure and Functions, Centre for Distance and Open Learning at Jamia Millia Islamia, Maktaba Jamia Limited, Jamia Nagar, New Delhi. ISBN: 9789382997627 Millia Islamia
  • Paper Presentation: Presented a paper, India and Bhutan: Striving for a Better Strategic Partnership, in the International Seminar on India and the World: Past traditions, New Directions, organized by Department of Political Science, New Delhi at Jamia on 4 – 5 February, 2015

4. Dr. Priyadarshini Samantaray

  • “Women Movement In the Era of Globalization”  Human Rights Journal , Sept-2012 to March 2013, ISSN-2320-6942( International)
  • “ Dalit Women and Feminism” Adhikar , April 2013, ISSN 2231-2552 (International)
  • “Human Trafficking in India “ Human Rights Journal, June 2013,ISSN-2320-6942( International)
  • “Women in the Handloom Industry” International journal of Social development, July 2014, ISSN 2348-4993
  • “Women Movement in the Era of Globalization” University of Allahabad, 22.03.13
  • Human Trafficking in India” International Conference on Global peace ,IMRF,        Hyderabad, 22.11.13
  • “Social Movement in a Globalizing world, Jawaharlal Nehru University”, New Delhi, 1.04.2013 to 12.04.2013
  • “Culture of Migration and Global Socio-Economic Transition in India” National Seminar Celebrating Anthropology, Delhi University, 22.04.2016
  • “Planning and preparing to publish for early carrier researchers”, Jawaharlal  Nehru University, 31.05.2016

5. Mr. Deepak

  • “Protection of Traditional Knowledge as Intellectual Property” in JNUB Journal of Law (online) of Jagan Nath University.
  • Paper presented in Natinal Seminar on “The Role of Competition Law in New Economy: Issues, Challenges and Opportunities”, Jagan Nath University Bahadurgarh, on 23 April 2016 on the topic, “Pharmaceutical Industry and Gaps in Indian Competition Law”.

6. Ms. Bhavna Nain

  • Presented a paper titled, ‘Land Acquisition & its Legal Aspects’ in the National Seminar on Challenges of Rural Urban Transformation in India dated 12- 13 March 2015.
  • Presented a paper in the National Conference on Potential Returns of FDI in India on the topic, ‘Foreign Direct Investment in Agricultural Sector – Overview in Indian Perspective’, dated 15 – 16 March 2015.

7. Mr. Naresh Sharma

  • Presented Research paper ‘FDI in India Pros and Cons’ – National Conference on Potential Returns of FDI in India at Government Degree College, Mathura on March 15, 2015
  • Presented a paper titled ‘Corporate Social Responsibility under Companies Act 2013’ – Natinal Seminar on ‘Corporate Sector in India- Socio Legal Issues & Challenges’ held at M.D. University, Rohtak.

8. Ms. Indu Sharma

  • Received the first prize for presenting a paper on ‘NPA Crises in India’ in National Seminar on ‘Indian Economic Scenario: Problems and Prospects’ held at Bhagat Phool Singh Mahila Vishwavidyalaya at Sonepat.

9. Ms. Rashmi Maniar

  • ‘Eco-criticism in Vedic Literature’ – in LIRJELL – Volume 3 Issue 1 – Jan.- Feb. 2016, ISSN 2348-1617
  • ‘A. K. Ramanujan – a Poet of the Diaspora and an Eco-critic’ – in ‘KRMU International Journal of English Language, Literature and Creative Writing’, Cambridge Scholar’s Publishing House.
  • Adjudged the best paper at the international Conference, ELLCIATLS-2017 conducted at K.R.Mangalam University on the topic, “Using Poems in the ESL Classroom”.
  • Presented a paper ‘Spirituality in the poems of William Wordsworth’ at the International Conference English Language and Literature – A Tool for Humanizing (ELLATH-2015), in Feb. 2015, ISBN: 978-81-924212-7-8 at Lingayas University

1. Dr. C. K. Tiwari

  • Mother in Indian Culture- Kumaon University, Nainital, S.S.J. Campus Almora (International Seminar) (2015).
  • Higher Education in India Present Scenario, Future perspective, Challenges, SIMT Kumaun University, Nainital, (2015) National Seminar.
  • Re- Engineering Teacher Education Towards A Better Tomorrow, May 16, 2015 BSAEI-Education, Faridabad, NCR. (2015) National Seminar.
  • Gender Violence In India Emerging Perspectives And Issues, Govt. Girls P. G. College Bindki, Lalauli Road, Fatehpur, U.P. & ICSSR, New Delhi (2015) National Seminar.
  • National Conference On “TRIBAL ART” S.S.J.Campus Almora,  Kumaon University, Nainital , ICSSR New Delhi (2015) National Seminar.
  • Ekkisavi Shatabde Me Hindi, Bharatiya Hindi Parishad, Allahabad, UP Aur Rajasthan University, Jaipur, (International Seminar)(2015).
  • Nepathya Naatya Sanstha, P.G.D.A.V. College (Eve.), Delhi University Aur Rarashtiya Naatya Vidyalya & R.C.S.D. Foundation For Education, New Delhi (2015) National Seminar.
  • Bharatiya Parivais Aur Hindi Natak , P.G.D.A.V. College (Eve.), Delhi University, U.G.C.      New Delhi (2016) National Seminar.
  • Shavatantrouttar Hindi Kahani Rachnatamak Sarokaro Ki Nai Partal, P.G.D.A.V. College (Morning & Eve.), Delhi University, U.G.C. New Delhi & International Seminar, 2016.
  • Ekkisavi Sadi Ki Kavitayon Main Bharatiya Kavyasastra, D.A.V. College Kanpur U.P. (2016) National Seminar.
  • Stri Vimarsh Avam Samkalin Hindi Katha Sahitya, H.R.P.G. College Khalilabad, Sant Kabir Nagar, U.P. & U.G.C. New Delhi 2016 National Seminar.
  • The Creative Revolutionary Role of Women in Independent India, Km Mayawati Govt. Girls P.G. College, BAdalpur, U.P (25-26 Nov. 2016) and at I.C.S.S.R, New Delhi (National Seminar on 10 -11 December, 2016).
  • Book – Asha Amardhan ; Uttarakhand Hindi Akademi Dehradun , Dwara Anudan Prapat Kirti.

2. Mr. Naresh Sharma, Dr. C. K. Tewari, Ms. Bhavna Nain participated in [8 week] Faculty Development Program by Dream Univ. on Teaching Methodologies at B.S.A.E.I, Faridabad.

3. Ms. Bhavna Nain participated in the National Conference ‘Relevance of Value Education in Law- Re-engineering Teacher Education Towards a better Tomorrow’ organized by B.S.A.E.I, 2015

4. Ms Aditi Vaid attended a workshop ‘Imagination on the run, Create, Communicate and Connect’ organized by Lingaya’s University on 26 – 27 February, 2016.

5. Mr. Deepak was the Co-ordinator of National Seminar on ‘The Role of Competition Law in New Economy: Issues, Challenges and Opportunities’, Jagannath University, Bahadurgarh, on April 23, 2016.

6. Ms. Rashmi Maniar

  • Presented a paper ‘A. K Ramanujan: a poet of the Diaspora’  at  National Conference on : ” Mapping the influence of Language, Literature and Culture on Society : A Universal Perspective” ( MILLCS 2016) on 21 November, 2016 at Lingayas University.
  • Presented a paper, ‘Eco – Criticism in Vedic Literature’ at International Conference on Making Connections: Social Welfare in the context of English Language & Literature – A Global Perspective at Lingayas University in February, 2016.
  • Attended a 2-day workshop conducted by the Cambridge English Language Assessment, part of the Cambridge University, UK, at K.R.Mangalam University on 2nd & 3rd of September 2016.
  • Presented a paper at the international Conference, ELLCIATLS-2017 conducted at K.R.Mangalam University on the topic, “Using Poems in the ESL Classroom” on 3rd -4th Feb.2017.

1. ‘Navodit 2016’

  • In order to welcome the new students to the college, an Orientation Program was organized for the students of B.A.LL.B First year Batch on 16th August, 2016.

2. Sports Activity

  • A cricket match was organized on 13 September 2016, for the boys and the Final year students won the match.
  • Badminton matches were organized for the girls on the same day.

3. Literary Activities

  • An essay competition on various socio-legal issues was held on October 20, 2016.
  • Group Discussion was organized on September 6, 2016 for the first year students on the topic ‘India – Her Rich Cultural Heritage’.
  • A debate was organized on 26 September, 2016 in Hindi on the topic ‘Samaj aur Kanun’.
  • A movie ‘Pursuit of Happyness’ was shown to the students on October 3, 2016 and group discussion was conducted on the same.

4. Co – Curricular (Cultural Events)

  • Under the able guidance of Dr. G. P. Das, a team of students attended an International conference ‘Resurgent India – opportunities for the Indian Legal Sector & Professionals’ held on 21st March, 2016.
  • A guest Lecture was organized for the students on 13th September, 2016. Anuj Sayal, CEO and founder of ‘Law Vedic’ a reputed law firm, enlightened the students on the ‘Present Prospects of Law’.
  • A team of students, along with a faculty member ‘Ms. Aditi Vaid’, participated in a literary festival, ‘Rhetoric – 2016‘ at K. R. Mangalam University on 7th October, 2016. One of the students ‘Sumit Sharma’ bagged the first position in Creative Writing. ‘Ms. Aditi Vaid’ functioned as the Judge for one of the events, ‘Mr. & Ms. Rhetoric’.
  • A Moot Court session was organized in October to provide practical training and first hand experience of court trial to the students. Dr. P. K. Sahoo and Mr. Naresh Sharma guided the various teams along with the other faculty members.

With the aim of creating legal awareness amongst the upcoming generation, a Legal Awareness Camp was organized at the Government Model Senior Sec. School, district Dhatir, Palwal on 20th September, 2016. Mr. Naresh Sharma, Ms. Bhawna Nain, Ms. Garima Yadav and Ms. Savita accompanied the students to ensure the smooth conduct of the camp.