Faculty of Law

About the Faculty of Law

Department of Law under Dr. K. N. Modi University is an institution of legal education focusing on undergraduate and graduate legal and quality education in India .  Dr . K. N Modi university ‘ s department of law is located in Newai Rajasthan and approved by the Bar council of India .

 The following are the strength of the Department –

EDUCATION SERVICES

Department of law is a part of Dkmnu and running five-year integrated B.A.LL.B (Hons.), LL.B, LLM Programmers and has been approved by The Bar Council of India, New Delhi.

Department of Law has an impressive array of academic, sports and cultural facilities. It is one the finest institution and has all the requirements that a college needs to strive ahead .

HoD’s Desk

Legal Education plays a vital role in nation building as it facilitates in settlement of disputes by procedure established by law in peaceful manner. School of Law, Dr K. N. Modi University, Newai with its vision for providing Pragmatic Hands-on Experiential Legal Education, Emphasizes on Research, Innovative teaching pedagogies and value based education.

The School is focused on equipping students to be litigation specialists, corporate lawyers, mediation and arbitration experts and professionals to draft legal instruments, policy makers, researchers, academicians, diplomats, comparative law experts for the burgeoning LPO industry and other skills to meet the diverse requirements of legal profession.

Dr K. N. Modi University’s School of Law is recognized by Bar Council of India and is committed to provide quality Legal Education to its students. The school endeavors to make student industry ready such that they are grounded with legal knowledge and equipped with the skills required for the profession. It pays special attention in developing critical analytical and legal reasoning skills through students’ centric approach. The school has well stocked library and ICT enabled Classrooms. Students' life is active as facilities are available for sports, curricular and co-curricular activities.

Legal Education Plays a Vital Role in Nation building as it facilitate disputes by the procedure established by Law in a peaceful manner. The rule of Law is basic feature of the Constitution of India and quality legal education is required to facilitate it. Therefore, it is essential for the youth to receive the legal education as apart from equipping them with the knowledge of Law it would make them understand the relevance and significance of democratic values. Law also plays an important role in socio-economic progress of the nation and it has its roots in the legal education. As a part of continues improvement in providing quality legal education Dr K N Modi University, Newai is taking the step in the direction by introducing its Legal Education curriculum. The School offers B.A LL.B five year integrated programme and LL.B Three year Degree course and one year LL.M. and Ph.D. Course.

Dr Monika Sharma

(P.HD, NET, LLM, LLB,BA, MBA)

Head of the Department 

Faculty of Law

Our Vision

Our vision is of a society where everyone understands the role and value of the law and has the capability and opportunity to use it to ensure their rights and to fulfil the obligations that accompany these rights, duties and responsibilities and to develop among the students and research scholars a sense of humanity and citizenship to serve the society by developing skills in advocacy, judicial and other legal matters.

Our Mission

“Teaching people about their legal rights and responsibilities, together with helping them gain the confidence and skills to get access to justice can really make a difference to people’s lives – as well as our legal system”.                              Robert Buckland QC MP (the Solicitor General)

In order to achieve our mission, the faculty of law has created and has been continuing to develop, a community of outstanding legal scholars, teachers and students who are among the best and the brightest. The mission has to be accomplished through the latest utilization of innovative pedagogy of teaching and research, through return material as well as by use of electronic media. We create the future jurists, eminent advocate by empowering and equipping ban through developing their critical mind sets.

Our mission is to develop Rationale for Legal Analysis., to inculcate Fundamentals of Professional Responsibility and Identity, to utilize the services of our Legal Aid clinics for the benefit of poor people, to educate student through Legal Research Projects, to create Legal Awareness Programme in Rural Areas, to organize lectures, seminars, workshop and conferences for dissemination of legal knowledge and to make law and legal process efficient instruments of social development.

Events and Seminars

INTRA MOOT COURT COMPETITION :

Moot court “Juvenile Justice and its Applicability in Criminal Justice System”

Dr. K. N. Modi University, Newai (Rajasthan) hosted their first Intra Moot Court Competition organized by Law Department on November 4, 2017.

The event was inaugurated by the Vice-Chancellor. This was followed by the Draw of Lots and Exchange of Memorials by the participating teams. The preliminary rounds began on the 3rd. Two rounds of prelims took place so each team had a chance to present their case as both the appellants and respondents. This was followed by the knockout rounds. The prelims and knockouts were judged by our faculty members.

The Final Round between Remedy Group and Equity Group was adjudged by Hon’ble Justice Bhargava (Retired High Court Judge).

Equity group emerged as the Winners of the Competition, while Megha Soni Best Speaker, Abhinav Balariya Best Researcher and Umed Basri won the Best Memorial Award Respectively.

All the participants were given a certificate of appreciation. The event was organized by Vidhiwaad Club.

PO and CO

There are 12 program outcomes which are the graduate attributes for all departments and are listed below.

1.Legal Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

2. Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences.

3. Design/ Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental considerations.

4.Conduct investigations of complex problems using research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data and synthesis of information to provide valid conclusions.

5. Modern Tool Usage: Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an under- standing of the limitations.

6.The Engineer (Area Specialist) and Society: Apply reasoning informed by contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice.

7.Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development.

8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice.

9.Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multi-disciplinary settings.

10.Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations and give and receive clear instructions.

11. Project Management and Finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of engineering and management principles and apply these to owners own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

12.Life-long Learning: Recognize the need for and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

 

Program me Educational Objectives [PEOs] of B.A LL.B (Administrative Law)

 

PEO1: To impart Legal knowledge and make students understand legal principles.

PEO2: Through moot court activities students will learn to apply legal principles to practical problems; plead in the court; and develop professional fraternity.

PEO3: Legal Aid Clinic and Legal Awareness Camps will improve the practical knowledge and develop professional ethics as students will have to deal with real clients

  PEO4: Student should be able to analyze and critically evaluate old or new laws.

Course Outcomes [COs]: Law 1st Year

01BL101 Legal Research Methodology-I

  • Students will know the meaning and importance of Legal Research.
  • Students will learn about customs, precedent and Legislation.
  • Students will have the basic knowledge of common law and constitution.
  • Students will be able to use the library effectively and publish their papers.

01BL102 English

Demonstrate critical and innovative thinking.

Display competence in oral, written, and visual communication.

Apply communication theories.

Show an understanding of opportunities in the field of communication.

01BL103 Legal and Constitutional History

Students will know the importance of Legal History.

Students will know about the establishment of East India Company.

Students will know about establishment of subordinate courts, High Courts.

Students will have the knowledge of Indian Bar Councils Act.

01BL104 Political Science-I        

Understands most important political theorists in the western tradition and the ideas associated with them.

Understands basic political and governmental structures, processes, and policies in the U.S .and in several other western and non-western countries.

Understands the history, structure and operation of the international system.

Understands the role and impact of the international system.

01BL105 Law of Torts                

 

Students will know the importance of Torts.

Students will know about the Liability, negligence, Nervous shock.

Students will know about Nuisnace, defamation.

Students will have the knowledge of consumer protection act.

 

Course Outcome (COs): BA.LL.B 2nd Year

 

02BL302 Right to Information

 

Students will learn about Right to Information.

Students will know the Human Rights and Fundamental Rights.

Students will know about the Central Information Commission.

Students will be able to use Right to Information Act, 2005.

Economics 02BL303

To know the fundamental knowledge about  economics..

To understand the basic concept and models of micro, macro ,international economics. .

To know applications of various theories related to different aspects.

To know the  Methodology of the applications of the economics.

 

02BL304 Indian Constitution

 

Students will know the Indian constitution of Preamble, Citizenship and Definition.

Students will learn about the Right to Equality.

Students will learn about the Right to Constitutional Remedies.

Students will learn about State Policy, Fundamental Duties.

 

02BL305 Family Law-I

 

Student’s knowledge of Source of Hindu and Hindu family.

Students will know the Concept of Hindu Marriage.

Students will improve the Knowledge of Family Matters.

Students will be able to use authors Act Relating to Family Matters.

02BL306 Contract-I

Students will know the meaning of Contract and Agreement.

Students will know about Free Consent in a Contract.

Students will improvise their knowledge regarding Performance of Reciprocal Promises.

Students will be able to understand Breach of Contract.

Course Outcome (COs) : BA.LL.B 3rd Year 

 

03BL501 Jurisprudence

To know the fundamental concept of Jurisprudence and legal theories that prevail in Indian Legal System.

To know various schools of Jurisprudence and how it has been interpreted by the Judiciary.

The course aims at developing an analytical approach to understand the nature of Law, development of law and working of legal theorists.

Students know the elements of law and jurisprudence.

Economics 03BL502

To know the fundamental knowledge about  economics..

To understand the basic concept and models of micro, macro ,international economics. .

To know applications of various theories related to different aspects.

To know the  Methodology of the applications of the economics.

 

03BL503 Equity and Trusts Fiduciary Relations

 

Students will know about the Concept of Equity.

Students will know the meaning of Maxims or Principles of Equity.

Students will know about Indian Trusts Act, 1882.

Students will understand about the rights and liabilities of Trustees and Beneficiaries.

03BL504 Labour Law

 

Identify Labour issues at the industry, establishment.

Analyze the relationships between Employer and employ.
Develop and execute original labors law research on a focused topic area.

Students will know about the effect on society of Labour Law.

03BL505 Company Law

 

Students will have learned about basic concepts and definition of a company and company’s kinds.

Students will learn about formation and incorporation of a company.

Students will have learned about article of association and memorandum of association of a company.

Students will have knowledge related to meeting of company, its types and consequences.

03BL506 Civil Procedure Code

Students will have learned about the Basic principle of civil procedure code

Student will improve the knowledge of civil procedure code

Student will have aware about the enforcement of right and liability

Students will know about the Jurisdiction & Bar of civil court.

Course Outcome (COs): BA.LL.B 4th Year

04BL701 Law of Transfer of Property & Easement

Students will have the knowledge of Transfer of Property Law.

Students will have knowledge of various doctrines and principal relating to transfer of property Law.

Students will have knowledge of law relating to Gift and mortgage of property.

Student will have knowledge of law relating to easement.

04BL702 IPR

Students will know the nature, meaning and scope of copyright.

Students will know the nature, meaning and scope of patents.

Students will learn about the nature, meaning and scope of trademark.

Students will learn about the nature, meaning and scope of design.

04BL703 Administrative Law

Students will have learned about basic concepts of various aspects of administrative law       including quasi-judicial and other ministerial functions of administration and control thereof.

Students will learn about Administrative law determines the organization, powers and duties of administrative authorities

Students will have learned about the powers, functions and the limits to control the abuse administrative authorities of global administrative law.

Students will have knowledge administrative law emphasis on the developmental perspective and attainment of social welfare objectives through bureaucratic process.

04BL704 Private International Law

Students will know the history of International law.

Students will know the concept of conflict of law.

Students will learn about the Interrelation of parties of two countries.

Students will learn about the Settlement of dispute between two courtiers.

04BL705 Law of Crimes-I (IPC)

Develop the capability to understand socio economic and political under currents of the crimes and view them against the larger picture.

Obtaining realistic ideas of pursuing careers in the field of criminal justice and criminology.

Recognizing and understanding complexity of international diverse socio culture and undertake self-directed legal research within criminal justice and criminology keeping in mind of the diverse people and ideas.

Analyze the impact of criminal law from various perspectives, and focus the impact on people who are vulnerable or outside the mainstream culture.

04BL706 Principles of Taxation

Students will know the history of Indian tax systems.

Students will know the concept of Income Tax.

Students will learn about the Settlement of Tax Disputes.

Students will learn about the Assessment procedure of tax.

 

Course Outcome (COs): BA.LL.B 5th Year

 

05BL901 Law of Evidence

Students will have the knowledge of concept of Evidence law.

Students will have knowledge to difference between Admission & Confession.

Students will have knowledge of difference between Public Document and Private document.

Students will have the understanding of powers and functions of   Courts.

05BL902 Law of Crimes-III (Criminal Procedure Code)

Students will have the knowledge of law relating to Criminal Procedure Code.

Students will have Practical knowledge of Court Procedure.

Students will have knowledge of Trial before Magistrate and Court of Session.

Students will have knowledge of appeal and review and revision

05BL903 Competition Law

Students will learn about Competition law.

Students will know the Competition Act, 2002.

Students will know about the foreign trade companies.

Students will understand the foreign exchange management act, 1999

05BL904 Professional Ethics

Students will know the history of legal ethics.

Students will know the duty of lawyers towards court, client, opponent.

Students will learn about the Bench-Bar relationship.

Students will learn about the contempt of court by lawyers and judges

05BL905 International Trade Law

Students will have the knowledge of concept of International Law.

Students will have knowledge of basic principles of GATT, WTO

Students will have knowledge of MFN

Students will know about TRIMS and TRIPS

05BL906 Public Interest Litigation

Students will know the meaning of P.I.L.

Students will know the importance of P.I.L.

Students will learn about merits and demerits of P.I.L.

Students will learn about social revolution with case laws.

Course Outcome (COs): LL.B 1st Year

01LB101 Contract-I

Students will know the meaning of Contract and Agreement.

Students will know about Free Consent in a Contract.

Students will improvise their knowledge regarding Performance of Reciprocal Promises.

Students will be able to understand Breach of Contract.

Law of Tort-I 01LB102

Students will know the importance of Torts.

Students will know about the Liability, negligence, Nervous shock.

Students will know about Nuisnace, defamation.

Students will have the knowledge of consumer protection act.

Family Law-I 01LB103

 

Student’s knowledge of Source of Hindu and Hindu family.

Students will know the Concept of Hindu Marriage.

Students will improve the Knowledge of Family Matters.

Students will be able to use authors Act Relating to Family Matters.

01LB104 Indian Constitution

 

Students will know the Indian constitution of Preamble, Citizenship and Definition.

Students will learn about the Right to Equality.

Students will learn about the Right to Constitutional Remedies.

Students will learn about State Policy, Fundamental Duties.

Legal and Constitutional History 01LB105

Students will know the importance of Legal History.

Students will know about the establishment of East India Company.

Students will know about establishment of subordinate courts, High Courts.

Students will have the knowledge of Indian Bar Councils Act.

Course Outcome (COs): LL.B 2nd Year

02LB301 Labour Law

 

Identify Labour issues at the industry, establishment.

Analyze the relationships between Employer and employ.
Develop and execute original labors law research on a focused topic area.

Students will know about the effect on society of Labour Law.

Jurisprudence 02LB302

To know the fundamental concept of Jurisprudence and legal theories that prevail in Indian Legal System.

To know various schools of Jurisprudence and how it has been interpreted by the Judiciary.

The course aims at developing an analytical approach to understand the nature of Law, development of law and working of legal theorists.

Students know the elements of law and jurisprudence.

 

Law of Crimes-I (IPC) 02LB303

Develop the capability to understand socio economic and political under currents of the crimes and view them against the larger picture.

Obtaining realistic ideas of pursuing careers in the field of criminal justice and criminology.

Recognizing and understanding complexity of international diverse socio culture and undertake self-directed legal research within criminal justice and criminology keeping in mind of the diverse people and ideas.

Analyze the impact of criminal law from various perspectives, and focus the impact on people who are vulnerable or outside the mainstream culture.

Environmental Law 02LB304

Identify key environmental issues at the planetary, international, national, state and local level.

Analyze the relationships between environmental laws across multiple sectors and jurisdictions (local, state, national and international) and the interactions with regulatory and policy frameworks beyond the environmental sector.

Develop and execute original environmental law research on a focused topic area.

Students will know about the effect on society of Environmental Law.

 

Administrative Law 02LB305

Students will have learned about basic concepts of various aspects of administrative law       including quasi-judicial and other ministerial functions of administration and control thereof.

Students will learn about Administrative law determines the organization, powers and duties of administrative authorities

Students will have learned about the powers, functions and the limits to control the abuse administrative authorities of global administrative law.

Students will have knowledge administrative law emphasis on the developmental perspective and attainment of social welfare objectives through bureaucratic process.

Course Outcome (COs): LL.B 3rd Year

Company Law 03LB501

Students will have learned about basic concepts and definition of a company and company’s kinds.

Students will learn about formation and incorporation of a company.

Students will have learned about article of association and memorandum of association of a company.

Students will have knowledge related to meeting of company, its types and consequences.

Legal Ethics 03LB502

Students will know the history of legal ethics.

Students will know the duty of lawyers towards court, client, opponent.

Students will learn about the Bench-Bar relationship.

Students will learn about the contempt of court by lawyers and judges.

Drafting & Pleading 03LB503

Student will learn about general Principle of drafting.

Students will know about Appeal.

Students will learn about filling of Petition.

Students will know the difference between sale deed, mortgage deed, gift deed.

Private International Law 03LB504

Students will know the history of International law.

Students will know the concept of conflict of law.

Students will learn about the Interrelation of parties of two countries.

Students will learn about the Settlement of dispute between two courtiers

 

Human Rights 03LB505

Students will have the knowledge of Human Rights Law.

Students will have knowledge of UDHR and Constitutional Provisions relating to Human Rights.

Student will have knowledge of role of Judiciary for protection of Human Rights.

Students will have the understanding of powers and functions Various Commissions.

 

Course Outcome (COs): LL.M 1st Year Business Law

Legal Research and Writing 01LM101

Students will have learned about the Basic principle of Legal Research Method.

Student will improve the knowledge of Methodology of Research.

Student will have aware about the Farming of research proposal.

Students will know about the Report writing.

Comparative Public Law 01LM102

Students learn about Comparative Law.

Student will understand to constitution and making of States.

Student will understand to organs of Governments.

Students learn about concept of Federation.

Law securities Financial Market 01LM103

Students learn about Capital and Financial market.

Student will understand to Securities Market Intermediaries.

Student will understand to Securities Law.

Students learn about concept of Foreign exchange management.

Intellectual Property Rights 01LM104

Students will know the nature, meaning and scope of copyright.

Students will know the nature, meaning and scope of patents.

Students will learn about the nature, meaning and scope of trademark.

Students will learn about the nature, meaning and scope of design

Corporate Social Responsibility 01LM105

Students learn about business Ethics.

Student will understand to Role of Legislation.

Student will understand to corporate social Responsibility.

Students learn about concept of Emerging areas and trends in corporate social responsibility.

Course Outcome (COs): LL.M 1st Year Criminal Law

Legal Research Writing 01LM101

Students will have learned about the Basic principle of Legal Research Method.

Student will improve the knowledge of Methodology of Research.

Student will have aware about the Farming of research proposal.

Students will know about the Report writing.

 

Comparative law 01LM102

Student learn about Comparative Law.

Student will understand to constitution and making of States.

Student will understand to organs of Governments.

Student learns about concept of Federation.

International Criminal Law 01LM103

Student will learn about concept of Victimology.

Student will learn about the Theories of Crime.

Student will understand many programmes of Restorative Justice.

Student will learn about the compensation of Human Rights.

Police Law and administration 01LM104

Student will learn about the functions of Police Law.

Student will learn about the legal aspects.

Student will understand about human relations.

Student will learn about the evolution of policing system.

White collar Crimes 01LM105

Students will learn about the corporate crime.

Students will learn about the typology of white collar crimes.

Student will understand the legal control.

Student will understand the media influence.

Infrastructure / Facilities

Moot court Activities –

In order to become a successful lawyer it is essential for a student to know how to apply the law he has learnt to a fact situation and to have awareness of the rules and the etiquettes of the Court. Moot Court competitions are like the laboratories of law schools where theoretical knowledge is tested in real life situations. Realizing this, the department of Law has been facilitating continuous training to the students to participate in Moot Court competitions organized by various universities and law school .

 As regards its performance in Moot Court competitions , Dkmnu participated in various moot court competition including the Sharda university Moot court during month of April 2017.

SR.NO.
FACILITIES AVAILABLE IN THE DEPARTMENT
YES/NO
1
6 Class room are in the basement
YES
2
Moot court
YES
3
Projector room
YES
4
Separate washroom facility for girls and boys
YES
5
Water cooler
YES
SR.NO
INFRASTRUCRURE DETAIL OF DEPARTMENT
WETHER AVAILABLE: YES/NO
1
6 CLASS ROOMS
YES
2
MOOT COURT
YES
3
LEGAL AID OFFICE
YES
4
LIBRARY-CUM-READING ROOM
YES
5
PRINCIPAL’S OFFICE
YES
6
STAFF ROOM
YES
7
VISITORS ROOM
YES
8
SEPARATE COMMON ROOM FOR BOYS & GIRLS
YES
9
SEMINAR ROOM
YES
10
MULTIPURPOSE HALL (AUDITORIUM
YES
11
PSYCHOLOGY LAB
YES
12
CANTEEN
YES
13
SEPARATE TOILET FACILITY FOR BOYS & GIRLS
YES
14
SEPARATE TOILET FACILITY FOR STAFF
YES
15
PARKING SPACE
YES
16
OPEN SPACE FOR ADDITIONAL ACCOMODATION
YES
17
STORE ROOMS
YES
18
MEDICAL FACILITY
YES




Evaluation Scheme

Student / Faculty Achievement

Sponsored Research & Consultancy Projects

Research Initiatives

Co-Curricular and Extra-curricular activities

LEGAL AID 2019

Newai: on Saturday 3rd august 2019, students of Dr. K. N. Modi University organized a legal aid camp in Rampura village (Devpura Dhani).Department of Law has conducted this Awareness Programme under special guidance of Pro Vice Chancellor Prof.(Dr.) Manimala Puri . All the students of BA + LL.B., LL.B. Three Years participated in this programme along with  Dr. Monika Sharma (HOD Law), Assistant professor Dr. Santosh Sharma, Mrs. Khushbu Pareek, Mrs. Reena kumawat, Miss Damini Saxena accompanied the students in this camp.

Students briefed the area people and children’s about right to education, F.I.R., Women’s Rights, Child Labour, Adhar Card, Dowry Death, Child Marriage, Rights of Arrested Person and various other topics related to their lives. Villagers including farmers, businessmen, young boys, women, old people and children have interacted with the students.

Meanwhile some of the villagers asked various questions regarding their rights and duties. Some of them also shared their problems which they facing professionally and asked for the solutions from the students, students answered them in a brief way and told them every actual possible way to solve their problems. Some of the students filled form regarding the villager’s problem with the solution.

Students guided the people about the various free services provided by the government and they also gave them a demo on how to avail the free legal aid and assured them to provide every possible help whenever needed.

Participants with Topics

  • Ummed          -    9th sem- Rights of Arrested Person
  • Rahul Khan    -    9th sem- Right of Private Defence
  • Kausar           -    9th sem- F.I.R.
  • Megha           -     7th sem – Women’s Rights
  • Mukesh         -     7th sem – Minimum Wages
  • Rinku            -     7th sem – Child Labour
  • Khushboo     -     5th sem – Right to Education
  • Shruti            -     5th sem - Dowry Death
  • Pawan          -     5th sem  - Child Marriage

Workshop/Guestlectures/Industrial Visit

  • Workshop on status of gender’s equality in our society” is being organized by Vidhiwaad club under the aegis of department of law, Dr. K.N. Modi University on Saturday, May 12–13, 2016.
  • Workshop on “Role of Women Planning and decision making” is being organized by Vidhiwaad club under the aegis of department of law, Dr. K.N. Modi University on Wednesday, November 15-16, 2017
  • Lecture on “reservation policy”  organized in Law Department.
  • Workshop on “Legal Provisions for Protection of Gender Bias” is being organized by Vidhiwaad club under the aegis of department of law, Dr. K.N. Modi University on Monday, October 15-16, 2018
  •  Workshop on “Gender Equality” is being organized by Vidhiwaad club under the aegis of department of law, Dr. K.N. Modi University on Saturday, August 17-18, 2019.
  • Guest Lecture on women empowerment is being organized by law department, Dr. K.N. Modi University Newai, Jaipur.
  • Department of law, Dr. k.n. modi university,Jaipur organized the court visit for law students.
  • Legal Awareness Camp organized by law department.
  • Legal Aid Camp organized by law student on 3 august 2019.
  • Lecture on “Harassment against The Women’s”  organized in Law Department.

Results

COURT – VISIT 

The purpose of the visit was to understand the working of a court, the nature of duties of the judicial officers. The visit was to help the student in understanding the role of court in dispensing justice in any case, the role of prosecutors in a case, the way cases proceed in a court, the way judges, prosecutors and defense lawyers handle the case, the relationship of the prosecutors and the police. This gave an opportunity to understand the actual need of co- ordination in the justice system. The visit included an in-depth study of the day to day functioning of the Civil and Criminal Courts, at different levels and over a vast variety of cases. The aim was to evaluate the resources available and the distribution of power between the judges, the prosecution, and the defense council.

30 students from Department of Law, Dr.K. N. Modi University, Newai visited the Hon’ble District & Session Court, Jaipur on 25th November, 2017. The students were accompanied by Assistant Prof. Rupaksh Sharma, Ms. Ruth Veiphei, Ms. Kavita Lama and Ms. Shivangi Roy Assistant Professors at the Department of Law.

The visit was permitted by the District & Session Judge, Jaipur which was obtained by Mr. Rupaksh Sharma, Assistant Prof. Department of Law. The day started with a brief note given to the students about the Court and court rooms by Advocate Takht Singh, who is practicing Advocate at District Court, Jaipur. He guided all the students and dictated the Jurisdiction of the different courts.

The student obtained valuable knowledge by Advocate Takht Singh. He explained Court proceedings in detail and suggested students to read Bare Acts and attend regular class lectures. The students visited different Court Rooms and observed Court Proceedings.

The visit came to an end at 03:00 p.m. with a thanks giving note to Advocate Takht Singh for enlightening the students with such facts which brought out the difference in the proceedings between the District Court and Hon’ble High Court as well as for explaining the difference in the jurisdiction between the District Court and High Court.

Institute Industry Interaction

Placement

Alumni

Photos (Events)