ESTD. 1954 CHOTANAGPUR LAW COLLEGE Nyay Vihar Campus, Namkum RANCHI JHARKHAND Established - 1954 Permanent Affiliation by : Ranchi University, Ranchi & The Bar Council of India, New Delhi The Oldest and Prime Institute Imparting Legal Education in the State of Jharkhand Since 1954 ESTD. 1954 PROSPECTUS Chotanagpur Law College Nyay Vihar Campus, Namkum, Tata Road, NH-33, Ranchi, Jharkhand Phone : 0651-2205877, 2261050 Email : [email protected] Website : www.cnlawcollege.org

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ESTD. 1954

Chotanagpur Law CoLLegenyay Vihar Campus, namkum

ranChi jharkhandestablished - 1954

Permanent Affiliation by : Ranchi University, Ranchi & The Bar Council of India, New Delhi

The Oldest and Prime InstituteImparting Legal Education in the State of Jharkhand Since 1954

ESTD. 1954


Chotanagpur Law CollegeNyay Vihar Campus, Namkum, Tata Road, NH-33, Ranchi, Jharkhand

Phone : 0651-2205877, 2261050Email : [email protected] • Website : www.cnlawcollege.org

ESTD. 1954

Name Qualification Desig. Phone Number Email

Prof. R. K. Walia LL.M. Principal 2205877 (0), 2280020 (R) [email protected]

Prof. Vijay Kumar LL.M., DLT Asstt. Professor 2490733 ( R) [email protected]

Dr. (Mrs) N. Adhikari LL.M., Ph.D. (Law) Asstt. Professor 2233449 ( R) [email protected]

Dr. P. K. Chaturvedi LL.M., Ph.D. ( Law) Associate Prof. 9431771040 (M) [email protected]

Dr. G. A. Bilung LL.M., Ph.D. ( Law) Asstt. Professor 2540102 ( R) [email protected]

Dr. H. Waris LL.B., Ph.D. (Psy) Asstt. Professor 2491125 ( R)

Mrs. S Pathak LL.M., DIRPM Asstt. Professor 2280385 (R)

Mr. P. Mukherjee LL.M. Asstt. Professor 9835940926 (M)

Mr. Rabindra Kumar LL.M. Asstt. Professor 9334785848 (M)

Mr. Amit Kumar LL.M. Asstt. Professor 7352307965 (M)

Teaching Faculties

Non-Teaching StaffsName Designation Phone Number Email

Mr. D. K. Agrawal UDC Accounts 9835904705 (M)

Mr. V.N. ChoudharyLL.M., MLIS College Librarian 9470308076 (M) [email protected]

Md. Ashraf Ali Section Officer (Gen. Sec) 9431928965 (M)

Mr. Ravi Prashar UDC Library 9431177346 (M)

Md. Shahid Office Assistant 9204250240 (M) [email protected]

Mr. Manoj Verma Library Assistant 9308246919 (M)

Mr. A.K. Singh Office Assistant

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Barrister S.K. SahayFounder : Chotanagpur Law College

ESTD. 1954

OUTLINE OF THE COLLEGE:The Chotanagpur Law College, Ranchi is established in the year 1954 and permanently affiliated body of the Ranchi University, Ranchi and the Bar Council of India. The College is registered under 12B & 2F of the University Grants Commission, New Delhi.

The College is a statutory body which is managed & maintained by the Governing Body as per the Jharkhand State Universities Act, 2000, Statute (32).

The detail of Governing Body and Hon’ble Members:S.N. Name of the Member Designation Period1. Sri Chandreshwar Prasad Singh,

Legislative Member, Ranchi.Chairman Ex-Officio

2. S.D.O., Ranchi. Member Ex-Officio

3. University Representative Member For one academic year, Ex-Officio

4. Sri Lal Muni Sahu Secretary, Ex-Officio For three year.

5. Mr.R.K.Walia Member Principal, Ex-Officio

6. Dr.P.K.Chaturvedi, Teacher Representative Ex-Officio For one academic year.

7. Donor member As per Law

• Ex-Officio member changes from time to time.

Law is the king of kings;Nothing is superior to Law;

The Law aided by the power of the kingEnables the weak to prevail over the strong.

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Inauguration of new Campus Inauguration of Law Journal

Electronic Library, Computer Room (with internet facility) & Study Room


Lecturer Taking Class Students of the College Study Room

Moot Court Hall

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IntroductionChotanagpur Law College, Ranchi, established in the year 1954 in the heart of the Ranchi Town, it is one of the oldest college imparting legal education in Bihar, at present in Jharkhand and pioneer institution of the Chotanagpur Region. The college was started by the effort of great legal luminaries of Ranchi town of which Late lamented S. K. Sahay, Bar-at-Iaw was the leader. He was also the founder Principal of the College. The college was initially affiliated to Bihar University and thereafter to Ranchi University, Ranchi.

The college has played a great role in producing the law graduates who have occupied the post of Justices of Hon’ble Supreme Court, Hon’ble High Courts, District Judges and Judicial Officers in District Courts. The teaching in the College is based on the new syllabus as per instruction of the Bar Council of India. The teaching standard of the College is at par the best legal institutions in the country.

Duration of the 3 years LL.B. ProgrammeThe duration of course is three academic years divided into Six Semesters styled as LL.B. Part-1st, IInd & IIIrd and also 1st, IInd, IIIrd, IVth, Vth, and VIth Semesters. To clear Part-I student has to pass University Exam of 1st and IInd Semesters, to Clear Part- II student has to pass University exam of IIIrd and IVth Semester and to clear LL.B. Part-III student has to pass Vth and VIth Semesters including aggregate of pass marks in all the previous Semesters. However, a student is not prohibited to take admission in LL.B. Part IInd or IIIrd without passing the University Exam of 1st and IInd Semesters and/or without passing IIIrd and IVth Semesters.

MediumThe medium of instruction and examination is English/Hindi.

Academic YearThe academic year starts from the month of July and ends in the month of June next year. A student admitted in one session ceases to be the student of the College at the end of session. For each Part student has to take fresh admission. It is not essential for a student to pass University examination to take admission in Part-II and III.

Eligibility for Admission & Pattern of SelectionMinimum eligibility for taking admission in 3 years LL.B. course as per the Bar Council of India rules part IV. A graduate of a recognized university or who passes such academic qualification which is considered equivalent to a graduate degree of a university by the Bar Council of India, New Delhi, is eligible to appear in the Entrance Test for admission in LL.B. Part-I (Semester System). Appearing candidate in final year examination of graduation may also apply. The programme for the admission test is scheduled to be published by 1st of April, the Entrance Test is scheduled to be conducted by 1st Sunday of July and the result of Entrance Test is scheduled to be published by 3rd week of July and the classes are scheduled to commence from last week of July every year. Syllabus of entrance test is printed on the reverse side of Admit Card. The eligibility score of LSAT is also considered for admission.

Admission Form and Prospectus for LL.B. Part-I are available in the College Office generally in the first week of April every year. The same may be obtained on payment of Rs. 750/- only (including the entrance test fee) at the office counter during any working day.

The application form duly completed in all respect must reach the College office on or before the last date fixed for that purpose. The form received after the scheduled date will not be considered. The Roll Number of students who have been found qualified for the admission will be notified on the college notice board, local news papers and official website of the college (www.cnlawcollege.org).

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Students migrating from other Universities are required to produce migration certificate from that university within 60 days after admission. Failure to do so may result in cancellation of admission.

Student belonging to Schedule Tribes, Schedule Castes or Backward Classes (Annex.I & II) must clearly indicate their category in the application form and should be supported with certificate from the competent authority issued by Jharkhand State, otherwise the students concerned will be denied the reservation / concessions available to them. Students belonging to Backward Classes Annex-I must also submit income certificate from the competent authority.

Ragging is strictly prohibited in the college Campus. Any matter regarding it, may be informed to the competent authority or to the Principal. (Ph. N. : 0651-2261050, Anti-Ragging Cell)

Fee StructureThe tuition fee and other annual charges payable at the time of Admission for LLB Part I students (1st & 2nd Semesters) in Academic Year 2015-2016 are as follows:

S.N. Item Fee

1 Admission Fee 700.00

2 Tuition Fee @75/- P.M. 900.00

3 Annual Fee 10000.00

4 Employees Welfare Fee 3000.00

5 Student Welfare Fee (regarding training & internship program) 1500.00

6 Magazine Fee 300.00

7 Barrister S.K. Sahay Lecture Series 200.00

8 Moot Court Fee 1000.00

9 Bar Council of India 300.00

10 Building Fund 3000.00

11 Library Fee 1000.00

12 Common Room Fee 300.00

13 Sports Fee 200.00

14 Caution Money (Refundable) 50.00

15 Miscellaneous Fee 1500.00

16 Campus Development Fee 1000.00

For General Students : Total 24950.00

ST/SC 24950.00

OBC -1 24950.00

Note 1 : Fee may vary From time to time (Subject to the approval of Apex Body.)

Note 2 : As per the direction of Govt. of Jharkhand, Dept. of Tribal Welfare vide letter no. 2953 (ii)/d0 dated 26.09.2013; ST, SC & OBC candidates may claim for refund of Tuition & other fees directly from the concerning department.

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Entrance Test FeeA candidate who is interested for taking Admission in LL.B. Part-I, must obtain the prescribed application form and prospectus on payment of Rs. Seven hundred Fifty Only (750) by Bank Challan from the office of the Principal and the completed application form in all respect with required documents must be submitted in the office of Principal within the last date fixed.

AttendanceA candidate is required to attend at least 75% of the classes actually held to be eligible to fill up the form for the examination in each semester including practical papers.

Student selected for admission have to furnish affidavit at the time of admission on prescribed format provided with the prospectus.

College / Teaching HoursThe College hour is from 9:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. The classes are generally held in the morning from 9 A.M. However, the teaching hours are modified from time to time as and when required and that will be notified on the Notice Board of the College.

Office HoursThe College Office generally functions in the morning from 10:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. suspension of lectures on any day does not mean the suspension of office work on that day.

AccommodationAt present there is no hostel accommodation for the students. The college has the list of recognize hostel of the Ranchi town. Student who is interested for accomodation may contact to the office of Principal.

LibraryThe college has a rich library containing 15,000 captions and also an electronic library equipped with broad band facility and Wi-Fi environment. Apart from that two online data base softwares namely “Manupatras and West Laws” are available in electronic library.

Books can be taken by the students on production of identity card, which also contains the Library Cards. Rules regarding use of books from the Library are mentioned therein. The college Library remains open from 9.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. during all working days.

Identity-cum-Library CardThe College provide Identity-cum Library Card to each students in each part for which an annual fee is charged. For which students are required to submit two passport size recent and identical photographs at the time of admission. Loss of Identity Card is deprecated but the student can obtain duplicate Identity Card on payment of Rs. 20/- or fee as may be prescribed, Identity Card is not issued after the end of session.

The Free Legal Aid cell and placement cell is working under the chairmanship of the principal. The free legal aid cell provides legal aid to poor persons of the locality. The placement cell arranges time-to-time interview with willingness of employer in the college campus for employment of its own students only.

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Grievance Redressal Forums :The different forums of the college have been constituted for the purpose of maintaining the transparency and smooth functioning of academic activities.

• STUDENT GRIEVANCE REDRESSAL CELL:A Grievance Redressal Cell has been constituted for the redressal of the problems reported by the Students of the College with the following objectives:

Upholding the dignity of the College by ensuring strife free atmosphere in the College through promoting cordial Student-Student and Student-Teacher relationship etc.

The Cell is constituted under the Chairmanship of Prof. R.K.Walia, Principal.

1. Prof. R.K. Walia, Chairperson: 9431993666 (Mob.)

2. Prof. Vijay Kumar, Member

3. Dr. P.K. Chaturvedi, Member

• ANTI RAGGING CELL:Ragging of students in any form is strictly prohibited within and outside the campus. An anti-ragging squad is in operation under the overall charge of Prof.Vijay Kumar. Students are advised to bring cases of ragging to the notice of the officials of the college. The offenders shall be liable for punishment. They also liable to be expelled from the institution.

The Anti-Ragging Cell is constituted under the Chairmanship of Prof. Vijay Kumar

1. Prof.Vijay Kumar, Chairperson : 9430142567 (Mob.)

2. Dr.(Mrs.) Nandita Adhikari, Member

3. Dr.G.A.Bilung, Member

• FREE LEGAL AID CELL:The origin of the concept of free legal aid is based on the principle of welfare state. To achieve the objective of the foundation of harmonious society, the legal right of every individual of India, specially the marginalized people has been guaranteed by the Constitution of India. For this, it is pious duty of every governmental and non-governmental organization to participate and contribute in providing free legal aid to needy people. Thus, we feel our duty to share. In pursuance of above noted objects :

In our college Free Legal Aid Cell is constituted. The cell is providing free legal aid on every working Saturday of the week. Following are the members of the cell:

1. Dr. P.K. Chaturvedi, Executive Chairperson

2. Mrs. Sakshi Pathak, Member: 9931150571 (Mob.)

3. Mr. Amit Kumar, Member, 7352307965 (Mob.)

• WOmEN CELL:From ancient legislation to present constitution of India, there is legislative provision to protect women dignity and right. As per the constitution of India, there is pious liability of every individual, institution and society to maintain the dignity and protect the rights of women. Any manner of activities which intends to disrespect, disregard of women's dignity and right is not according to the social & legal norms.

In pursuance of the above noted goals, the Women Redressal Cell has been constituted in this college which is presided by Dr. (Mrs.) Nandita Adhikari and looked after by Mrs. Sakshi Pathak which intends to provide a sense of security and protection to our female students.

1. Dr.(Mrs.) Nandita Adhikari, Chairperson

2. Mrs. Sakshi Pathak, Member: 9931150571 (Mob.)

ESTD. 1954

Abstract of University Regulation Relating to Examination

Scheme of Examination:The examination of 1st, IIIrd and Vth semesters shall commence in the first week of December each year and the examination of IInd, IVth & VIth Semester shall commence in the 1st week of May every year. Internal assessment shall based on mid term internal examination/internal assessment/attendance and home work assigned from time to time by the subject teachers, etc.

Results of Examination:Results of each Semester Examination are usually within six weeks of conclusion of the respective Semester Examination. The students waiting for their results are allowed to attend classes on provisional basis in the next Semesters.

Minimum Pass Marks:No candidate shall be declared to have passed the LL.B. Examination, unless he/she obtains minimum 33% marks in each theory paper separately in practical papers only those students shall be declared to have passed who obtains 33% marks in written portion and in field work taking together. Student has also to secure 40% marks in Viva-Voce including Field Work. The candidate shall be required to obtain at least 45% marks in aggregate taking theory and practical papers together in each Semester for being declared to have passed the examination. A candidate securing 5 marks less than pass marks either in theory paper or practical paper or aggregate shall be declared to have passed the examination under regulation. This regulation may be availed by a candidate only once in all six Semester Examinations.

No Candidate shall be admitted to examination of IIIrd Semester (LL.B. IInd year) unless he/she has completed the course of IIIrd Semester and passed at least 50% of the subjects of 1st & IInd Semester Examination unless he/she has completed the course of Vth Semester (LL.B. IIIrd year) and Passed 50% of the subjects of IIIrd & IVth Semester Examination together.

The maximum period of completing the three-year LL.B. programme shall be double the duration stipulated from the programme reckoned from the year of admission. The term completing the programme means passing all the prescribed examination of the programme to become eligible for the degree. No candidate shall be permitted to appear for the examination after expiry of maximum period prescribed for completing the programme.

A student who has failed in any Semester Examination shall be exempted from appearing in the subjects in which he/she has obtained at least 45% marks.

Classification of CandidatesFirst Class : The candidates who has passed the whole examination obtaining 60% marks in aggregate but less than 75% marks.

Second Class : The candidate who has obtained at least 45% marks and less than 60% marks in aggregate.

First Class with Distinction : The candidates who has passed the whole examination at a single sitting and obtained 75% marks in aggregate or above.

Rank : Rank shall be declared only after passing VIth Semester taking together the marks of all the six Semesters.

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Subject of StudyEach theory paper shall carry 50 marks which includes 10 marks on internal assessment.

LL.B. Part-I (Semester-I) LL.B. Part-I (Semester-II)1. Jurisprudence 1. Jurisprudence

2. Contract-I 2. Contract-I

3. Contract-II 3. Contract-II

4. Family Law-I (Hindu Law) 4. Family Law-I (Hindu Law)

5. Family Law-II (Mohammedan Law) 5. Family Law-II (Mohammedan Law)

6. Law of Crimes 6. Law of Crimes

7. Constitutional Law 7. Constitutional Law

8. Legal Writing (Including General English) 8. Legal Writing (Including General English)

9. Human Rights & International Law 9. Human Rights & International Law

LL.B. Part-II (Semester-III) LL.B. Part-II (Semester - IV)Theory Papers: Theory Papers:

1. Environmental Law 1. Environmental Law

2. Land Law 2. Land Law

3. Criminal Procedure Code 3. Criminal Procedure Code

4. Property Law 4. Property Law

5. Administrative Law 5. Administrative Law

6. Company Law 6. Company Law

7. Legal History 7. Legal History

Practical Papers: Practical Papers:8. Practical Training-I

(Professional Ethics, Accountancy for lawyers and Bar Bench relations)(a) Written Examination - 50 marks(b) Practical Training & Field Works - 30 marks (c) Viva-Voce - 20 marks

8. Practical Training - II(Public Interest Lawyering Legal Aid and Para Legal Services)(a) Written Examination - 50 marks(b) Practical Training & Field Works - 3.0 marks(c) Viva-Voce - 20 marks

LL.B. Part-III (Semester-V) LL.B. Part-III (Semester-VI)Theory Papers: Theory Papers:

1. Law of Evidence 1. Law of Evidence

2. Torts and Consumer Protection Act 2. Torts and Consumer Protection Act

3. Civil Procedure Code and Limitation Act 3. Civil Procedure Code and Limitation Act

4. Arbitration, Conciliation and Alternate Dispute Resolutions System

4. Arbitration, Conciliation and Alternate Dispute Resolutions System

5. Labour Law 5. Labour Law

6. Interpretation of Statutes 6. Interpretation of Statutes

Optional Papers: Taxation Law, Law & Medicine, Conflict of Laws, Criminology & Penology (Any two of the foilowings & that will be treated as Paper 7th and 8th)

Optional Papers:Taxation Law, Law & Medicine, Conflict of Laws, Criminology & Penology (Any two of the followings & that will be treated as Paper 7th and 8th)

Practical Papers: Practical Papers:9. Practical Training-I

(Moot Court Pretrial Preparations and participation in Trial Proceedings)(a) Written Examination - 45 marks(b) Practical Training & Field Works - 45 marks(c) Viva-Voce - 10 marks

9. Practical Training - II(Drafting, pleading & Conveyancing)(a) Written Examination - 45 marks(b) Practical Training & Field Works - 45 marks(c) Viva-Voce - 10 marks

ESTD. 1954


Future Plans

Now the Chotanagpur Law College is 20th Rank so we are trying hard to get within 1 to 10 rank in all over India.

• Our students qualified judiciary examinations as well as represented the college and state in Moot Court Competition in all over India such as :Henery Dunant Moot Court Competition, 3rd Hidaytullah National Moot Court Competition, 7th K. K. Luthra Moot Court Competition, 4th Justice Hidayatullah Memorial National Moot Court Competition, New Delhi, The Verdict, IIT Kharagpur National Moot Court Competition etc.

• 7th College provides free legal aid to the needful person.

The College is going to start the following courses very soon.

• Five years integrated B.B.A., LL.B(Honst.)• LL.M. Two years.• PG Diploma in Human Rights

The Chotanagpur Law College is not a mere building - all concrete, iron, stone, bricks and mortar. It is much more than a material and physical reality. It was created by the devotion and zeal, the self-sacrifice and generosity of Late Barrister S. K. Sahay and other legal lumaniries who gave their all for the best education of the people of this tribal region. Faith, hope and love have gone into its making; discipline, scholarship and service are its adornments. The Chotanagpur Law College gives loyal, devoted and useful law abiding citizens to the Nation. The Chotanagpur Law College makes a preferential option for the marginalised and it seeks to give an all-round formation, inculcating both human and spiritual values. The Chotanagpur Law College is only a part of the vast educational efforts in India. The College was established in the year 1954 and was first affiliated to the Bihar University and thereafter the Ranchi University, Ranchi. It is entrusted by the University with the task of preparing students for degrees in Law. Our alumni have excelled in the legal world of the country.

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Chotanagpur Law CoLLegeNyay Vihar Campus, Namkum, Tata Road, NH-33, Ranchi, Jharkhand

Phone : 0651-2205877, 2261050Email : [email protected] • Website : www.cnlawcollege.org

Ranchi at a Glance:Ranchi is the capital of Jharkhand and its third most populous city. The name Ranchi is derived from the previous name of the Oraon village at the same site, Archi. In ancient times, Ranchi was ruled by Munda Rajas, it has a glorious history and this city has greatly contributed to the freedom movement of India and has given freedom fighters like Birsa Munda. Ranchi is also known as a Land of “Hool Kranti” which became a great National Movement. After the commencement of Bihar Re-organization Act, 2000, the state of Jharkhand was formed and Ranchi became its Capital. Ranchi is a fastly developing into a cosmopolitan city with great scope of Education, Industries and Infrastructure.Ranchi is also developing into an educational hub with opportunities of higher education in various fields of Law, Medicine, Management, Social Sciences, and Engineering etc. It has vast educational opportunities with both private and government institutions catering to the need of aspiring students. Ranchi is health care hub not only for people of Jharkhand but also for the nearly states. Ranchi is centre for numerous sports activities have its own International Cricket Stadium.Ranchi is known for its simple people and lovely subtropical climate. It has many tourist attractions like Dasam Fall, Sita Fall, Hundru Fall. It has achieved a Hill Station like status. Ranchi is well connected with the country through Air, Rail, and Road. It is a city which connects a cord through its simplicity, natural beauty and lovely climate.