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“Education through self-help is our motto” – Karmaveer
Rayat Shikshan Sanstha’s
ISMAILSAHEB MULLA LAW COLLEGE
SATARA - 415001
MAHARASHTRA
www.imlc.in
www.imlc.ac.in
Establishment– 1968
Founder
Padmabhushan Dr. Karmaveer Bhaurao Patil,
ISMAILSAHEB MULLA LAW COLLEGE, SATARA
D.Litt.
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INDEX
Sr.No
A
B
C
D
E
E
F
G
H
I
J
Content
Cover Page
Index
Content
Preface
Executive Summary – SWOC Analysis
Profile of the College
Criterion-wise Analytical Report
1. Criterion I: Curricular Aspects
2. Criterion II: Teaching-Learning and Evaluation
3. Criterion III: Research, Consultancy and Extension
4. Criterion IV: Infrastructure and Learning Resources
5. Criterion V: Student Support and Progression
6. Criterion VI: Governance and Leadership
7. Criterion VII: Innovations and Best Practices
Department Report
Post-Accreditation Initiatives
Declaration by the Head of the Institution
Statement of Compliance
Glossary
Annexures
i.
Copy of Certificate of Permanent Affiliation from Shivaji
University
ii.
Copy of Certificate from the Affiliating University
iii.
2f & 12 b Letter of UGC
iv.
v.
vi.
vii.
viii.
BCI Certificate of Registration
NAAC Certificate & Statement of Mark
Audit Report – 2010-11 to 2013-14
Documenting proof of the Upload of All India Survey of
Higher Education to MHRD – (http://aishe.gov.in)
Copy of LOI Submitted to NAAC
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Preface
The aim of egalitarian society envisaged in Constitution of India can
be achieved only by democratic process, spreading awareness about civil
rights and responsibilities and by promoting social justice. In this context,
Legal education plays a very significant role.
Ismailsaheb Mulla Law College has been providing legal education,
legal Literacy, legal aid and assistance in Satara city and surrounding area
since 1968. The college came into grants-in aid Scheme in 1995-1996 and
received permanent approval from Bar Council of India. In 2007-08, it
received permanent affiliation from Shivaji University, Kolhapur and, in
2010-11; it was recognized by UGC under 12(b) and 2(f).
NAAC Peer team visited the college for assessment and accreditation
on 14th and 15th July 2004. Considering the quality initiatives taken by the
college in providing legal education and legal aid, NAAC accredited our Law
College, with B++ Grade with 81.75% score on 16th Sep. 2004.
As per the guidelines given by NAAC, we formed the Internal Quality
Assurance Cell (IQAC) as post Accreditation Quality sustenance activity in
2005. Since then we have regularly submitted our AQARs to NAAC reflecting
our commitment to augment the college development.
It is indeed a matter of great opportunity of honest introspection for us to
submit the Re-Accreditation Report and to assess the change after the first
accreditation. The college has sincerely tried to act upon the valuable
suggestions given by NAAC. Preparation of this report with participative
approach from all stakeholders has paved the way for institutional self
improvement. It has reflected our strengths and reiterated our faith in
excellence in knowledge, skills and values.
The trust reposed in us by our management, Staff, Students and
community, has guided us in this entire journey of capturing major milestones
in the history of this Law College and putting before you our current
achievements and challenges. While attempting to incorporate facts and
experiences, we have realized challenges before us and are pondering to
identify effective solutions.
We look forward to visit by NAAC Peer Team to our Law College, for
fruitful interaction and innovative deliberations leading to our assessment as
per standard, global and quality benchmarks.
With support and guidance from all the Dignitaries from Rayat Shikshan
Sanstha, Mentors in the Local Managing Committee, IQAC and with
cooperation of the Staff, Students and Alumni, we have prepared this report
reflecting our progressive march towards excellence through quality
enhancement.
Dr. Sujata Pawar
Principal
Ismailsaheb Mulla Law College,
Satara
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B. Executive SummaryThe SWOC analysis
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Executive Summary
The founder of Rayat Shikshan Sanstha; our parent institution, Padma
Bhushan, Karmaveer, Dr. Bhaurao Patil believed that, education is the main
spring of social change and laid emphasis on the empowerment of the downtrodden, the poor and ignorant masses through spread of education. He also
knew that, to fight for the cause for social justice for common man, the
lawyers and judges must also come from grass root level, and must be aware
of the ground realities and cherish the values of humanity, fraternity, dignity
of labour and self help.
For this, he earnestly desired to establish a law college to provide
opportunities of legal education and legal aid in Satara District. His dream was
fulfilled by the late Adv. Ismailsaheb Mulla, Honorary Secretary of Rayat
Shikshan Sanstha, with the help of able and eminent lawyers from the District
Bar Association of Satara. He established this college in 1968, affiliated to
Shivaji University, Kolhapur and recognized by Government of Maharashtra
State. The college came into grants-in aid Scheme in 1995-1996 and received
permanent approval from Bar Council of India. In 2007-08, it received
permanent affiliation from Shivaji University, Kolhapur, and in 2010-11, it
was recognized by UGC under 12B and 2F.
Ismailsaheb Mulla Law College has been doing a pioneering work in the
field of legal education in Satara city and surrounding area since 1968. So far
thousands of students have graduated from this law college and more than 100
students are working as Judges in various courts and many are working as
lawyers, public prosecutors, Notaries, social activists, academicians, law
officers and as managers in banks, multinationals and other institutions.
Apart from legal education, the college also provides legal aid and legal
literacy through Legal Aid Clinic, in nearby villages, to make people aware
of their legal rights and civic responsibilities. Professors, Principal, Alumni
and Students of the college participate in many legal literacy campaigns in
association with Legal Aid Committee of Satara District Court. The exstudents of the college voluntarily contribute in guiding the students during
their Internship in the court and are actively involved in extension activities
conducted by the college.
During its glorious journey of last 46 years under the aegis of Rayat
Shikshan Sanstha, the academic achievements have been noteworthy. Almost
every year, our students have ranked in the merit list of Shivaji University.
The college pursues excellence through clinical legal training and ICT enabled
teaching learning process. While providing student centric, inclusive and value
based education, the college lays emphasis on enhancing lawyering abilities
and advocacy skills of students equipping them with global competencies to
enter in the noble legal profession with competence and confidence.
All our faculty members take active participation in curriculum
development at University as well as institutional level. Besides academic
excellence, emphasis is laid on sharpening the advocacy skills and lawyering
abilities of students. The college has designed the syllabus for two certificate
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courses crafted specially for law students. Need based, multidisciplinary and
career oriented courses are made available to students. The college provides 9
programme options including 2 degree courses, 2 career oriented certificate
courses, 3 diploma courses and two skill development courses.
Admission process is transparent, merit-based and open to all, in tune
with the policy of inclusive education ensuring equity and access to all.
Norms prescribed by BCI, U.G.C, University and State Government
are followed in admission as well as in appointment procedure. Practicing
lawyers, eminent jurists, legal experts are invited as visiting faculty to teach
the procedural laws and facilitate Practical Training.
The teaching-learning process combines lecture method along with
modern interactive and participatory methods and use of ICT enabled
teaching. To enhance the social relevance of the courses, experts from relevant
fields, social activists and members from NGOs are invited. Innovative
teaching methods are adopted by the teachers while providing student centric
education.
The college has adequate infrastructure facilities. Continuous improvement of
infrastructure and learning resources is carried out to create an optimum
learning ambience.
Computer lab with 25 computers and broadband Internet connection
and WI fi facility is available for students. Separate computer and internet
facility with WI fi connectivity is available for faculty members. Optimum
utilization of all infrastructural facilities is ensured.
Faculty is encouraged for capacity building in terms of research
emphasizing the fact that, teaching and research should go hand in hand.
Faculty has published 73 papers in national and international level peer
reviewed journals and 10 books. 8 UGC sanctioned minor research projects
have been completed by the faculty. Even students have published articles in
legal periodicals, e-journals and college magazines and have been awarded by
the University for Excellence. Faculty and alumni offer consultancy services
through legal Aid Clinic and extension activities like legal aid camps, legal
literacy programmes and Para Legal Training.
The management and the college authorities are deeply concerned
about the student support and progression. Students are encouraged to
participate in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities, sports events,
research competitions and cultural events. Efforts are taken to ensure holistic
and all round personality development of students. The college publishes
annual magazine “The Jurist”. So far 15 students have received university
prizes for their article published in the jurist.
The college has career guidance cell which informs students about
various career options and also provides coaching for, various competitive
examination for judiciary posts and All India Bar examination. During last
four years four students have cleared the Judiciary screening tests, three
students have cleared MPSC (PSI/STI) exam and six students have passed
NET/SET examinations.
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The college is fortunate to have an excellent governance and leadership
from Rayat Shikshan Sanstha. The vision, mission and goals of the parent
institution and college greatly motivate the employees to work earnestly. The
Rayat Quality management system RQMS ensures accountability and
efficiency in administration. Efforts are taken to cater to the needs of all the
stakeholders and to support and encourage good governance in academic as
well as administrative endeavors of the college.
The IQAC monitors and contributes towards quality enhancement in
both academic and administrative areas, governed by principles of
participation and transparency.
To address the need of the predominantly rural students, the college
has introduced several courses, remedial lectures and career oriented courses
for skill enhancement. We make optimum utilization of all resources.
Our students and faculty are actively involved in extension activities
shouldering the institutional social responsibility of spreading legal literacy
and social awareness on relevant issues of Local and National and Global
importance.
Our achievements make us happy, but they also encourage us to do
even better. Our aim is not just to be compared with other institutions, but to
set a landmark in our own right and produce noble lawyers, public spirited
citizens and good human beings. Hence, the college reaffirms its commitment
to quality enhancement in higher education and hopes to grow further in the
years to come.
It is indeed a matter of great pride and privilege to submit the ReAccreditation Report. This process has given us an opportunity to review the
change after the first accreditation with honest introspection in line with
NAAC core values. We look forward to visit by NAAC Peer Team to our Law
College and eagerly await our assessment confirming to world class
Benchmarking standards adopted by NAAC.
With support and guidance from all the Dignitaries from Rayat Shikshan
Sanstha, Mentors in the Local Managing Committee, IQAC and with
cooperation of the Staff, Students and Alumni, we have prepared this report
reflecting our progressive march towards excellence through quality
enhancement.
Dr. Sujata Pawar
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SWOC ANALYSIS OF THE INSTITUTION
STRENGTHS
 Consistent Meritorious Standing in University Merit List
 Library enriched with large collection text books, reference books,
commentaries, Journals, periodicals, e-learning resources and online
database for legal research and Inflibnet
 Dynamic and efficient management with transparency in administration.
 All classrooms are Digital classroom with ICT enabled teaching learning
facilities
 Well equipped computer Lab with internet facility and wi fi connectivity
 Extension activities like legal aid camps, legal literacy programmes, Para
legal training etc. through Legal Aid Clinic in association with District
Court, Satara, with strong support and participation from alumni, staff and
students
 Adequate and spacious infrastructure
 Organisation of various academic, co-curricular and extracurricular
activities for all-round and holistic development of students.
WEAKNESSES
 Inadequate hostel facility for students
 Students from rural and vernacular background with average
communication skills
 Poor linguistic abilities of students and lack of fluency in English, that is
medium of instruction for the Legal Education.
 Decreasing response from students to Five Year Law Course admission
 Partial financial assistance from the government.
OPPORTUNITIES
 To start Post Graduate degree in law
 To introduce Choice Based Credit System in the curriculum
 To conduct state level, national level seminars and conferences.
 To augment placement services and career guidance for students.
 To establish collaborations with reputed legal institutions, law firms and
research organizations.
 To promote respect for rule of law and administration of justice in the
society
CHALLENGES
 Sustaining in the era of Globalization and Privatization of Higher
Education.
 Conducting Diplomas and other certificate courses permanently on nongrant basis.
 Maintenance of quality and excellence in legal Education and Building
quality work culture
 Developing strategies for mobilizing financial resources
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C. Profile of the
Institution
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B. Profile of the Affiliated /Constituent College
1. Name and address of the college:
Name
:
Rayat Shikshan Sanstha’s
Ismailsaheb Mulla Law College, Satara
Address
:
Karmaveer Samadhi Parisar, Powai Naka, Satara
City: Satara
Pin: 415 001
Website: www.imlc.in and
www.imlc.ac.in
2. For communication:
Designation Name
Telephone
with
STD
code
I/c Principal Dr.
Sujata O: 02162Sanjay Pawar 234138
R: 02162238917
Vice
NA
O:
Principal
R:
Steering
Dr
Deepa O: 02162Committee
Pravin Patil
234138
Co-ordinator
3. Status of the of Institution :
Affiliated College
State: Maharashtra
Mobile
Fax
Email
9422400917
02162234138
[email protected]
-
-
-
9881104345
02162234138
[email protected]
Constituent College
Any other (specify)
-
4. Type of Institution:
a. By Gender
i. For Men
ii. For Women
iii. Co-education
b. By shift
i. Regular
ii. Day
iii. Evening
-
5. Is it a recognized minority institution?
Yes
No
If yes specify the minority status (Religious/linguistic/ any other) and
provide documentary evidence.
-
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6. Source of funding:
Government
Grant-in-aid
Self-financing
Any other
7. a. Date of establishment of the college: 15/06/1968
b. University to which the college is affiliated /or which governs the
college
(If it is a constituent college)
Shivaji University, Kolhapur
c. Details of UGC recognition: (Annexure I)
Under Section
Date, Month and Year
Remarks
(dd-mm-yyyy)
(If any)
i. 2 (f)
01 -03- 2011
ii. 12 (B)
01 -03- 2011
d. Details of recognition/approval by statutory/regulatory bodies other
than UGC (AICTE, NCTE, MCI, DCI, PCI, RCI etc.) (Annex-II)
Remarks
Day, Month Validity
Recognition/Approval
Under
and Year
Section/ details
(dd-mmInstitution/Department/
clause
yyyy)
Programme
i.
Bar Council Of India (BCI) 31.05.2005
Till A Decision Is Permanent
by
Taken To The approval
BCI
Contrary
8. Does the affiliating university Act provide for conferment of autonomy
(as recognized by the UGC), on its affiliated colleges?
Yes
No
If yes, has the College applied for availing the autonomous status?
Yes
No
9. Is the college recognized
a. by UGC as a College with Potential for Excellence (CPE)?
Yes
No
If yes, date of recognition: …………--………… (dd/mm/yyyy)
b. for its performance by any other governmental agency?
Yes
No
If yes, Name of the agency …………………… and
Date of recognition: …………………… (dd/mm/yyyy)
10. Location of the campus and area in sq.mts:
Location *
Urban
Campus area in sq. mts.
40469.0059 Sq.mts
Built up area in sq. mts
1427.77 Sq.mts
(* Urban, Semi-urban, Rural, Tribal, Hilly Area, Any others specify)
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11.
Facilities available on the campus (Tick the available facility and
provide numbers or other details at appropriate places) or in case
the institute has an agreement with other agencies in using any of
the listed facilities provide information on the facilities covered
under the agreement.
 Auditorium/seminar complex – Provided by sister institutions
and parent institution Rayat Shikshan Sanstha
Sports facilities
 Play ground
Rayat Shikshan Sanstha’s
 Swimming pool
No
 Gymnasium
YES
 Hostel
 Boys’ hostel
In 2014-15 Facility provided at
Various Colleges of Rayat
Shikshan Sanstha
i. Number of hostels - 01
ii. Number of inmates - 02
iii. Facilities
- Residence, Mess, Hot Water,
Pure Drinking Water, Health
care facility
 Girls’ hostel
In 2014-15 Facility provided at
Various Colleges of Rayat
Shikshan Sanstha
i. Number of hostels - 02 Number of inmates - 18
ii. Facilities
- Residence, Mess, Hot Water,
Pure Drinking Water, health
care facility
 Working women’s hostel - Nil
i. Number of inmates
ii. Facilities (mention available facilities)
 Residential facilities for teaching and non-teaching staff - No
 Cafeteria -Yes
 Health centre –
Yes
First aid- Yes, Inpatient, Outpatient, Emergency care facility,
Ambulance ---Qualified doctor
Full time
Part-time





Qualified Nurse
Full time
Part-time
Facilities like banking, post office, book shops
-Yes
Transport facilities to cater to the needs of students and staff - No
Animal house
No
Biological waste disposal
No
Generator or other facility
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Sl.
No
1)
For management / regulation of
Electricity and voltage
Yes
 Solid waste management facility Yes
 Waste water management
Yes
 Water harvesting
Yes
12. Details of programmes offered by the college - 2014-15
(Give data for current academic year-)
Medium
Programme Name
of
the Duration Entry
Level
Programme/ Course
Qualificat of
instructi
ion
on
English
5 Years
-
Any
Graduation
12th Pass
-
Sanctio
ned/app
roved
Student
strength
240
English
-
400
-
270
-
-
-
-
-
-
6 Months
th
12 Pass
English
-
160
6 Months
12th Pass
English
-
160
1 Year
12th Pass
English
-
54
6 Months
12th Pass
English
-
16
UG Diploma
ii)Diploma in Cyber
Law
6 Months
12th Pass
English
-
09
PG Diploma
iii)
Diploma
in
Intellectual Property
Law
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
101
UnderGraduate
PostGraduate
Integrated
Programmes
PG
M.Phil.
Ph. D.
2)
Certificate
courses
Any Other
Three Year Law
and
Five Year Law
-
i) Computer
Course for
Law Profession
ii) Personality .
Development and
Soft Skills
i)Diploma in Labour
Law
i) Certificate Course
in E-Banking
ii) Certificate Course
in Insurance
3 Years
ISMAILSAHEB MULLA LAW COLLEGE, SATARA
No. of
students
admitte
d
167
89
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13.
Does the college offer self-financed Programmes?
Yes
No
If yes, how many?
7
14. New programmes introduced in the college during the last five years if
any?
Yes
No
Number
7
15.
List the departments: (respond if applicable only and do not list
facilities like Library, Physical Education as departments, unless they are also
offering academic degree awarding programmes. Similarly, do not list the
departments offering common compulsory subjects for all the programmes
like English, regional languages etc.)
Particulars
UG
PG
Research
Science
Arts
Commerce
Any Other not covered above
Law
16. Number of Programmes offered under (Programme means a degree
course like LL.B., NLC…)
a. annual system
b. semester system
2
c. trimester system
-
17. Number of Programmes with a. Choice Based Credit System
b. Inter/Multidisciplinary Approach
c. Any other ( specify and provide details)
2
18. Does the college offer UG and/or PG programmes in Teacher
Education?
Yes
No
If yes,
a. Year of Introduction of the programme(s)……………….
(dd/mm/yyyy)
and number of batches that completed the programme
NCTE recognition details (if applicable)
Notification No.: ……………………………………
Date: …………………………… (dd/mm/yyyy)
Validity:………………………..
b. Is the institution opting for assessment and accreditation of
Teacher Education Programme separately?
Yes
No
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19. Does the college offer UG or PG programme in Physical Education?
Yes
No
If yes,
a. Year of Introduction of the programme(s)…………….
(dd/mm/yyyy)
and number of batches that completed the programme
b. NCTE recognition details (if applicable)
Notification No.: ……………………………………
Date: …………………………… (dd/mm/yyyy)
Validity:……………………
c. Is the institution opting for assessment and accreditation of
Physical Education Programme separately?
Yes
No
20. Number of teaching and non-teaching positions in the Institution
Positions
Teaching faculty
NonProfessor Associate Assistant Teaching Technical
Staff
Professor Professor Staff
*M
*F *M *F *M *F *M *F
*M
*F
Sanctioned by the UGC /
University
/
State
1
4
4
7
1
Government Recruited
Yet to recruit
#1
1
Sanctioned
by
the
Management/society
or
4
1
2
other authorized bodies
Recruited
Yet to recruit
--*M-Male *F-Female #-Principal
21. Qualifications of the teaching staff:
Highest
Professor
Associate Professor Assistant Professor Total
qualification
Male Female Male
Female Male
Female
Permanent teachers
D.Sc./D.Litt.
Ph.D.
1
2
3
M.Phil.
PG
4
2
6
Temporary teachers
Ph.D.
M.Phil.
1
1
2
PG
3
2
5
Part-time teachers – NA
Ph.D.
M.Phil.
PG
-
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22. Number of Visiting Faculty /Guest Faculty engaged with the College.
14
23. Furnish the number of the students admitted to the college during the
last four academic years.
Categories
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
Male Female Male Female Male Female Male Female Male Female
20
27
24
21
21
23
12
28
21
25
SC
1
2
ST
19
37
23
30
19
29
16
14
37
41
OBC
150
173
109
181
138
188
185
245
129
143
General
02
01
01
00
02
01
01
SBC
15
21
16
17
15
15
13
09
18
20
NT
24. Details on students enrollment in the college during the current
academic year: 2014-15
Type of students
UG
PG
M. Phil. Ph.D. Total
Students from the same state where 437
437
the college is located
Students from other states of India
NRI students
Foreign students
Total
437
437
25. Dropout rate in UG and PG (average of the last two batches)
2.08
UG
PG
26. Unit Cost of Education
(Unit cost = total annual recurring expenditure (actual) divided by total
number of students enrolled )
(a) Including the salary component
Rs. 11286392/- = =
Rs. 23464.43
481
Rs. 11286392/- / 481 = Rs. 23464.43
(b) Excluding the salary component
Rs. 1007564/- = Rs. 2094.72
481
Rs. 1007564/- / 481 = Rs. 2094.72
(As the audit report for the Financial Year 2014-15 is not available on 7th
April, 2015, we have given Unit Cost of education for the year 2013-14.)
27. Does the college offer any programme/s in distance education mode
(DEP)?
Yes
No
If yes,
a) is it a registered centre for offering distance education
programmes of another University
Yes
No
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Name of the University which has granted such registration.
b)
Number of programmes offered
c)
Programmes carry the recognition of the Distance
Education Council.
Yes
No
Provide Teacher-student ratio for each of the programme/course
offered
1:16
28.
Is the college applying for Accreditation
Cycle 2
Cycle 3
Cycle 4
29.
Cycle 1
Re-Assessment: Date of accreditation* (applicable for Cycle 2, Cycle 3, Cycle 4 and reassessment only)
Cycle 1: 16.09. 2004 Accreditation Outcome/Result-B++( 81.75%)
* Kindly enclose copy of accreditation certificate(s) and peer team
report(s) as an annexure – III
31. Number of working days during the last academic year.
30.
245
32.
Number of teaching days during the last
academic year
(Teaching days means days on which lectures were engaged excluding
the examination days)
197
33.
-
Date of establishment of Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC)
IQAC 15th June 2005
34. Details regarding submission of Annual Quality Assurance Reports
(AQAR) to NAAC.
AQAR (v)
20/05/2010
AQAR (vi) 28/07/2011
AQAR (vii) 29/09/2012
AQAR (viii) 06/07/2013
AQAR (ix) 30/09/2014
35. Any other relevant data (not covered above) the college would like to
include. (Do not include explanatory/descriptive information) : No
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D. Criteria-wise Analytical
Report
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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.
Vision :We are committed to promote legal education by ensuring academic
excellence and advocacy skills and advancement of legal profession by
furthering all round development of students, fostering global competencies
among them.
Mission:1. To provide quality legal education to law students regarding legal concepts,
substantive and procedural laws, modes of legal reasoning, process of law
making, dispute settlement and justice delivery system.
2. To create legal awareness about constitutionalism and democratic principles
among people, to make them vigilant about the fundamental rights and civil
responsibilities through various legal literacy programmes, legal aid
activities and sensitization programmes.
3. To generate legal literacy among people and to understand law including its
Social, Economical, Political and Scientific dimensions.
4. To provide skilled and expert legal professionals and judges of high merit
for efficient justice delivery systems who will be sensitive to wants and
aspirations of people and will respond accordingly, to use the legal services
to build dynamic social reforms by molding public opinion.
5. To accomplish task of social engineering by creating awareness in various
areas such as consumer protection, environmental justice through sustainable
development, human rights, gender justice, alternative dispute resolution
system for peaceful settlement of disputes.
6. To provide legal aid and counseling services to masses at grass root level.
7. To foster insight into rights and obligations under international law and to
generate respect for world community considering oneness of mankind,
universality and equality of human rights.
8. To create opportunities for all round development of all students
encouraging them to pursue Legal and Socio-Legal research.
9. To promote respect for rule of law and administration of justice, to strive for
high standards of professional etiquettes and expertise and to promote
continuous professional development of law students through Practical
Training.
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OBJECTIVES :1. To develop legal opportunities of legal education to masses
including the people from rural area.
2. To develop a legal educational institution for spreading legal
literacy among people to facilitate accomplishment of democratic
aspirations of people.
3. To generate the source of legal aid in the form of devoted lawyers
and judges for enforcing the rights of people and in particular to
bring justice within the reach of poor, needy and illiterates.
4. To develop social awareness through legal institution, regarding the
knowledge of legal rights, ways and means to enforce them, civic
responsibilities and fundamental duties, social reforms and to
promote peace and order in the society.
5. To foster all-round development of the students along-with
improving their professional excellence in the legal field with social
responsibility attitude among them.
6. To aim at wider goals and enabling law students to understand and
assimilate responsibility as a member of legal profession in the
administration of law, in the reforms of law, in the protection of
individual rights, public interests and assisting them in the training
and preparation of the budding lawyers in the court.
This vision, the mission and objectives, of the institution are
mentioned in the prospectus of institution, displayed at the college
premises and are also available on the college website (www.imlc.in,
www.imlc.ac.in )
1.1.2 How does the institution develop and deploy action plans for
effective implementation of the curriculum? Give details of the process
and substantiate through specific example(s).
Process - The institution is affiliated to Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Syllabus and Curriculum of the law courses are framed by University
as per guidelines of BCI. The institution implements it throughout the
academic year. Our faculty member takes active participation in this
process as Board of Studies members. The copy of syllabus is
available in the library of the institution. Students can obtain it from
the library, website, as well as from the faculty members and can
discuss it in the classroom. The action plans are prepared in the staff
meeting in the beginning of academic session, accordingly time table
and annual plan is framed and implemented throughout the year.
Teachers prepare their monthly teaching plans for effective
implementation of the curriculum.
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Examples : In the middle of each semester and before the term-end exams, a
review meeting is held for progress of teaching and time bound
completion of syllabi. Efforts are taken for effective teaching to
achieve the objectives of the curriculum.
 For effective implementation of curriculum various methods have
been used such as classroom teaching, practical Training, viva,
presentations, workshops, tutorials, Home Assignments, Terminal
Examinations, Legal Literacy Programmes, Legal Aid Camps, Moot
Courts etc.
 Students are sent to various Courts such as civil, criminal, cooperative,
Labour, Industrial and Consumer Courts. Visits are also planned for
observance of practical implementation of laws in various Industries,
Governmental and Non-Governmental organizations, such as Remand
home, Jail , Court visits and internships are planned throughout the
academic year.
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 University periodically revises its course curricula as per
guidelines of Bar Council of India. Generally syllabi restructuring
workshops are held at university level for deliberations. The
workshops are attended by concerned faculty to address their views.
The revised curricula are made available to all the colleges on
university website and are also communicated to this college through
University circular letters.
The University extends following support:
 The University Organizes Syllabi Restructuring Workshops. Uploads
the revised syllabi on the University website.
 The University issues circular notices to the concerned colleges on the
revised syllabi along with the learning objectives for the course
contents.
 The university sanctions Teachers Training Workshops to be
conducted by the affiliated colleges on revised Syllabi.
Institution:
 College organizes institutional level syllabi restructuring workshops.
 College faculty and students participate in the workshops.
 Institution provides a lot of support to all teachers for implementing
the curriculum and improving teaching methodology through the use
of library resourses, internet, online database, pre planned time table,
opportunities to interact with all the stakeholders of Legal Professions
through Para Legal Training Programmes, Legal Literacy Programmes,
Legal Aid Camps, Parents Meeting etc. Academic flexibility is fully
availed of in the projects of Environmental Study and Internship
activity.
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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.
 Institution holds regular meetings to chalk out strategies for
distribution of teaching assignments and planning of guest and peer
lectures, planning for periodic evaluation in the form of tests, seminars
and assignments, informing the students about the academic planning
for the year, practical work, planning of court visits, Internship and
Practical Training, survey and educational tours.
 For effective curriculum delivery, institution encourages faculty to take
efforts by preparing subject wise and month wise, Annual Teaching
Plans.
 For effective class-room teaching, teachers conduct Tutorials, Viva,
Practical Training, Power-Point Presentation etc.
 The curriculum is also discussed in the meetings of staff academy.
 Feedback on curriculum taken from all the stakeholders of legal
profession and it is analyzed by the faculty and appropriate suggestions
about it are conveyed to the University.
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?
 For effective operationalisation of curriculum, feedback is taken from
various stakeholders.
 The feedback is analysed and appropriate suggestions about it are
conveyed to BOS, University for curriculum development.
 For interdisciplinary subjects, proposals for Minor Research Projects
are sent to UGC.
 Proposals for organization of workshops, State and National Level
Seminars are also sent to UGC and NHRC.
 Lectures by various Legal Experts are organized by the institution.
Interaction with villagers, women in the Legal Literacy Programmes
such as Legal Aid Camps and Para- Legal Training Programmes helps
students in effective realization and perception of the curriculum. The
Syllabus assigned by the University is implemented in innovative
ways considering local needs.
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,
stakeholder feedback provided, specific suggestions etc.
 The Institution actively participates in curriculum development
through organizing Teachers Training workshops on curriculum
development.
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 Dr. S.S. Pawar is a member of BOS (Law), Shivaji University,
Kolhapur and Member of Faculty of Law and Member of Senate. She
has been Chairman for curriculum Drafting Committee for subjects of
Jurisprudence, Human Rights, Drafting, Pleading and Conveyencing,
Labour Laws I and II and she has been a member of drafting
committee for subject Special Contract.
 Our Faculty Members Dr. A.Y. Jadhav, Prof. Y.N. Desai, Prof. C.N.
Kamble, Prof. Adv. A.S. Gharge, Prof. G.Y. Nikumbh, Prof. Y.N.
Kolekar have worked as members of syllabus drafting committee,
Shivaji University, Law Faculty, Kolhapur.
 Our faculty members Prof. Dr. S.S. Pawar, Prof. Dr. A.Y. Jadhav,
Prof. C.N. Kamble, Prof. M.N. Suryawanshi, Prof. Y.N. Desai, Prof.
Dr. D.P. Patil, Prof. G.Y. Nikumbh and Prof. R.J. Jawale have given
suggestions on syllabus to the Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
 The institution has conducted Teacher’s Training Programme on
Revised syllabus of LL.B. II year for the subjects of Jurisprudence,
Property Law and Company Law. Feedback from students, teachers,
Alumini and other stakeholders on curriculum development is also
taken and analysed and suggestions are also sent to the University.
 Our faculty members have also attend the Teachers Training
Workshops on syllabi of LL.B. II year in other institutions and have
given their valuable suggestions about particular subjects.
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 process (’Needs
Assessment’, design, development and planning) and the courses
for which the curriculum has been developed.
The College conducts different interdisciplinary, need-based
and skill based certificate courses for the students. These certificate
courses are of three to six months duration:
Certificate Courses
Sr.
No
Title of the Class
Course
1
Personality
Development
and
soft
skills
Computer
Skills
For
law
Profession
2
I LL.B
I NLC
I LL.B
I NLC
Fees
Needs
(2014- Assessment
15)
1500
To improve
the
communicati
on skills
2000
To improve
the
Computer
Literacy
Design
Development
& Planning
Specially
For
skill
Designed for Law enhancement
students
of entry level
law students
Specially
For
skill
Designed for Law enhancement
students
of entry level
law students
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3
Bridge
Course
I LL.B
I NLC
-
To Bridge
the
knowledge
gap
Specially
Designed
for
students coming
from
different
background
and
different faculties
To prepare
entry
level
students for
law
curriculum
1.1.8 How does institution analyze/ensure that the stated objectives of
Curriculum is achieved in the course of implementation?
The stated objectives of curricula are achieved in the course of
implementation
 By arranging debates, seminars, presentations for practical training,
group discussions and role play.
 Students are also encouraged to participate in Jail Visits, Industrial
visits, Visit to Local self Government, NGOs, and Court visits, Moot
Courts, Legal Aid Camps etc., to make them aware of their civil and
professional responsibilities.
 Our institution also organizes Adv. V.N. Patil Memorial Lecture series
in each academic year in which various social activists, legal
luminaries and experts deliver lectures on different subjects on socially
and legally relevant issues i.e. Human Rights and Constitutional
Rights of dam affected people, Lectures on SEZ, Labour problems,
Women Empowerment, Health issues, Constitutional rights etc.
 Professional Ethics is the subject which inculcates in students, moral
values of legal profession.
1.2
Academic Flexibility
1.2.1 Specifying the goals and objectives give details of the
certificate/diploma/ skill development courses etc., offered by the
institution.
The main goal of the college is to enrich, enlighten and empower the
students.
Skill Development Courses
Sr.
Title of the
Goals
Objectives
No.
Course
1
Personality
To
enrich
and  To enhance and develop the
Development
empower the student in
personality of students while learning
and soft skills
developing
their
about various personality traits.
Personality and Soft  To learn and master soft skills.
Skills
2
Computer Skills To
enrich
and  Strengthening the students’ skills in
For
law empower the student in
use of computer for legal education.
Profession
developing
their  To develop e-learning skills.
Computer literacy and  To enhance knowledge on cyber laws
technical skills
and information technology.
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4
5
6
Certificate
Course in
Banking
Certificate
Course
Insurance
Diploma
Cyber Law
To provide specialized
E- knowledge about EBanking
To provide specialized
about
in knowledge
Insurance
 To make effective use of information
retrieval skills and legal research
techniques.
 To effectively use general information
technology facilities available at
cyberspace.
 To enhance knowledge and skill about
E-Banking, related laws and train for
career opportunities in banking sector
 To enhance knowledge and skill about
Insurance, related laws and train for
career opportunities in Insurance
sector.
 To enhance knowledge and skill about
Cyber space, cyber law and
information technology
 To enhance knowledge and skill about
Trade mark, copy rights, patents, and
other forms of Intellectual Property.
in To provide specialized
knowledge
about
Cyber Law
7
Diploma
in To provide specialized
Intellectual
knowledge
about
Property Law
Intellectual
Property
Law
1.2.2 Does the institution offer programmes that facilitate twinning
/dual degree? If ‘yes', give details.
No, institution does not offer programmes that facilitate twinning/
dual degree.
As per Shivaji University Kolhapur norms no student can concurrently
take admission for two regular internal dual degree programme.
However students are allowed to do one regular internal degree and
one external degree from the University under the Dual Degree
Programme.
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
- Yes, Fifth Year of Five Year Law Course Student has choice to select
two out of three available options of
i)
Women and Law
ii)
Trust ,Equity and Fiduciary Relationship
iii)
Taxation Law
 Choice Based Credit System and range of subject options –No
 Courses offered in modular form –No
 Credit transfer and accumulation facility
– Certificate Course in Insurance and Certificate Course in E-Banking
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 Lateral and vertical mobility within and across programmes
and courses- Yes, students of UG law courses can take admission for
Diploma in Cyber Law, Diploma in Intellectual Property Law, Certificate
Course in E-Banking, Certificate Course in Insurance.
 Enrichment Courses –
i. Personality Development and Soft Skills
ii. Computer Skills for Law Profession
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.
Yes, institution offers self-financed programmes the details are as
follows; Self Finance Programme
Teacher Qualification
Sr. Self Finance
Eligibility
Durati
Fee
No Prgoramme
for
on
Structure
Admission
(2014-15)
th
Diploma in 12 Pass or 1 Year
2720/As per university and
1
Labour Law
Equivalent
UGC directives
Diploma in 12th Pass or
Six
3000/Induction lectures by
2
Cyber Law
Equivalent Months
faculty from Asian
School of Cyber Law
Diploma in 12th Pass or
Six
5000/Induction lectures by
3
Intellectual
Equivalent Months
faculty from Asian
Property
School of Cyber Law
Law
12th Pass or
Personality
Six
1500/Experienced faculty
4
Developmen
Equivalent Months
from respective filed
t and Soft
with specialized
Skills
knowledge in the
subject
th
Computer
12 Pass or
Six
2000/Experienced faculty
5
Skills
for
Equivalent Months
from respective filed
Law
with specialized
Profession
knowledge in the
subject
Certificate
12th Pass or
One
1500/Post Graduation in
6
Course in E- Equivalent
Year
respective field /
Banking
Experience or legal
practice in the subject
Certificate
12th Pass or
One
1500/Post Graduation in
7
Course
in Equivalent
Year
respective field /
Insurance
Experience or legal
practice in the subject
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Salary
Lumsum
/ C.H.B
Lumsum
/ C.H.B
Lumsum
/ C.H.B
Lumsum
/ C.H.B
Lumsum
/ C.H.B
Lumsum
/ C.H.B
Lumsum
/ C.H.B
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.
Sr.
No.
1
Additional Skill Oriented Programme :Skill
Oriented Durati Relevancy to regional /
Prgoramme
on
Global Markets
Diploma in Labour 1 Year To
offer
career
Law (Recognised by
opportunities for practice
Shivaji University)
in labour and industrial
laws,
International
Labour Laws in MNCs
and International Law
Firms
2
Diploma in Cyber
Law (Recognised by
Shivaji University)
Six
Months
To
offer
career
opportunities for practice
in Cyber Crimes and
Information Technology
laws.
3
Diploma
in
Intellectual Property
Law
(Recognised
by
Shivaji University)
Personality
Development
and
Soft Skills (Designed
by the College)
Computer Skills for
Law Profession
(Designed by the
College)
Six
Months
Certificate Course in
E-Banking
(Recognised
by
Shivaji University)
Certificate Course in
Insurance
(Recognised
by
Shivaji University)
One
Year
To
offer
career
opportunities for practice
in Patent Law and other
Intellectual
Property
Laws.
To improve competency
and employability of law
students to sustain in the
global competition.
To acquire computer
literacy and technical
skills to tap career
opportunities
and
increase
employability
skills.
To
offer
career
opportunities for practice
in Banking Sector.
4
5
6
7
Six
Months
Six
Months
One
Year
To
offer
opportunities
Insurance Sector
ISMAILSAHEB MULLA LAW COLLEGE, SATARA
Beneficiaries
Lawyers practicing labour
laws, persons employed in
Government and Private
sector
employment,
candidates appearing for
MPSC exam such as Labour
Welfare Officer, Deputy
Commissioner of labour.
Lawyers
practicing
in
Cyber
Laws,
persons
employed in Government
and
Private
sector
employment,
candidates
appearing for MPSC exam.
Lawyers
practicing
in
Patent Laws and other
intellectual property rights.
Entry Level Law Students
Entry Level Law Students
Law Students and other
eligible candidates
career Law Students and other
in eligible candidates
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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” If
‘yes’, how does the institution take advantage of such provision for
the benefit of students?
No.
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?
 The institution trains the students to gain the art and skill of the
advocacy for legal profession. Law Subjects like Constitutional Law,
Jurisprudence, Human Rights and International Law etc. give wider
understanding of legal framework in a right based approach.
 Professional Ethics makes students aware of their professional
responsibilities.
 The institution organizes Para Legal Training Programmes, Legal Aid
Camps so that villagers, poor litigants are made aware about their legal
rights and ways of their enforcement.
 Jail Visits are organized by institution in which our students give legal
advice and counseling to the jail inmates. Industrial visits are
organized to develop students’ awareness about the implementation of
labour and industrial laws. Visits to courts are arranged so that students
can understand the court procedure and visits to Remand Homes and
rehabilitation centers are planned to find out the actual living
conditions of the inmates.
 Industrial Visits throw light on the practical implications of labour and
industrial laws and environmental norms in various industries.
 Computer education makes them competent with legal research skills
in this era of globalization.
Thus our goals and objectives are integrated in our academic
programmes.
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?
 According to the needs of the present dynamic employment needs, the
Institute organizes seminars, workshop and allows the Alumni, experts,
Community and students to share, interact their views and enrich and
reflects upon the experiences of old students for new innovations.
 The Institution also takes feedback from students, alumni, industry so
as to modify and enrich the curriculum to cater to the needs of dynamic
employment market. Informative lectures are organized by Career
Guidance Cell.
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1.3.3 Enumerate the efforts made by the institution to integrate the cross
cutting issues such as Gender, Climate Change, Environmental
Education, Human Rights, ICT etc., into the curriculum?
The cross cutting of important issues like gender, climate
change, environment education, human rights is integrated in the
curriculum assigned by the University and following efforts are made
towards its integration in curricula.
 Introduction of Environment education as an independent but
compulsory subject in II NLC.
 Introduction of ICT-based courses to promote the use of ICT
 Invitations to NGOs for educational and cultural exchange and sharing
of the know-how.
 Sensitizing the women about their rights, status and remedies by
arranging special lectures.
 Organisations of Seminars, workshops, lectures, fieldwork for
sensitizing students about discriminations faced by vulnerable sections
in the society.
 Organising ‘Street Plays’ on Gender Justice, by students during Youth
Festivals.
 Organising ‘Street Plays’ on Environment protection by students in
Vasundhara Festival.
 Devising and conduction Personality Development and Soft Skill
Course especially for entry level law students.
1.3.4 What are the various value-added courses/enrichment programmes
offered to ensure holistic development of students?
Value Added / Enrichment Programmes- For holistic
Development of Students
Sr.No. Course Enrichment Holistic Development
Programmes
Personality
Inculcating moral and ethical values, to imbibe code
1
Development & Soft of conduct for legal profession.
Skills
Develop elocution for better communication skills.
Computer Course in To develop confidence by procuring proficiency in
2
Law Profession
ICT
1.3.5 Citing a few examples enumerate on the extent of use of the
feedback from stakeholders in enriching the curriculum?
In order to keep pace with the fast changing trends in the academic
scenario, the teachers use the feedback from students, parents,
employers and other stakeholders while designing new courses.
 The suggestions of the faculty have been incorporated in deciding the
course content for various classes, in framing rules for youth festivals
and sports tournaments and also in conducting examinations and
evaluating papers
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 On the feedback of stakeholders some new Add-on Courses like
Computer skills Course, Personality Development and Soft Skills
Course, and DLL, COC Courses etc. have been started and remedial
lectures and bridge courses are held.
1.3.6 How does the institution monitor and evaluate the quality of its
enrichment programmes?
Constitution of various committees
 The institution monitors and evaluates the quality of its enrichment
programmes through constitution of various committees like Internal
Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC), Teaching-Learning Evaluation
Committee, and Grievance Redressal Cell for improvement in the
teaching method, completion of the course and various curriculum
development initiatives to be taken. These suggestions/deliberations
are forwarded to the head of the institution for needful action.
 The faculty members are associated with different advisory bodies like
the LMC/Research Committee etc. The Institution collects feedback
from stakeholders and then analyses it, to plan future corrective action.
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?
Contribution in Design and Development of Curriculum
Sr. Name
of Designation
Subject
Contribution
No. Faculty
1
Dr.
Sujata Member,
BOS Law
Curriculum
Pawar
(Law), Faculty Law,
Development
Senate
as member of
BOS,
Faculty, Law
Jurisprudence,
Human Revised
Chairman,
curriculum Drafting Rights, DPC, Labour Laws Syllabus
I and II
Committee
Member, Syllabus Special Contract
Revised
framing committee
Syllabus
2
Dr.
A.Y. Member, Syllabus Political Science (Solapur Revised
Jadhav
framing committee
University) P.G.
Syllabus
Prof.
Y.N. Member, Syllabus Human
Rights
& Revised
Desai
framing committee
Jurisprudence
Syllabus
Prof.
C.N. Member, Syllabus Company Law
Revised
Kamble
framing committee
Syllabus
Prof.
Adv. Member, Syllabus Drafting, Pleading and Revised
A.S. Gharge
framing committee
Conveyencing
Syllabus
Prof.
Y.N. Member, Syllabus Labour Law
Revised
Kolekar
framing committee
Syllabus
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Organisation of Teachers Training Workshop on Revised Syllabus
Sr.
Year
Subject
Clas
No. of Participants
No.
s
1
2012-13
Jurisprudence,
Property Law
&
Company
Law
II
LL.B
2
2013-14
Labour
Law,
Land Law &
Moot Court
III
LL.B
3
2014-15
Company Law
IV
NLC
New Law College, Sangli-4
New Law College, Kolhapur- 5
N.S.Soti, Sangli-4
Shahaji Law College-2
Phaltan Law College-4
IMLC, Satara – 19
New Law College, Sangli-4
New Law College, Kolhapur- 3
Shahaji Law College-1
Phaltan Law College-2
Y.C. Law College, Karad-2
IMLC, Satara – 18
New Law College, Sangli-4
New Law College, Kolhapur- 2
Shahaji Law College-1
Phaltan Law College-2
Y.C. Law College, Karad-3
N.S.Soti, Sangli-2
IMLC, Satara – 23
Our faculty members, Prof. Dr. S.S. Pawar, Prof. Dr. A.Y. Jadhav,
Prof. C.N. Kamble, Prof. M.N. Suryawanshi, Prof. Y.N. Desai, Prof.
D.P. Patil, Prof. G.Y. Nikumbh and Prof. R.J. Jawale have given
suggestions on syllabi to the Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
The institution has conducted Teacher’s Training Programme
on Revised syllabus of LL.B. II year for the subjects of Jurisprudence,
Property Law and Company Law. Feedback from students, teachers,
Alumini and other stakeholders on curriculum development is also
taken and analysed and suggestions are also sent to the University.
Our faculty members have also attended Teachers Training
Workshop on syllabus of LL.B. II in other law institutions and have
given their views and suggestions on particular subjects.
1.4.2 Is there a formal mechanism to obtain feedback from students and
stakeholders on Curriculum? If ‘yes’, how is it communicated to
the University and made use internally for curriculum enrichment
and introducing changes/new programmes?
Yes, there is a formal mechanism to obtain feedback from
students and stakeholders on curriculum. The mechanism evolved for
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Funding
from
Shivaji
University
Rs.
12,800/-
10,000/-
8,000/-




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collecting feedback in the regular meetings of the bodies instituted for
this purpose:
Students: Students’ Council meetings are organized frequently to get
feedback from the students and to know their responses.
Alumni: Alumni are active participants in almost all the activities of
the college. Alumni meets are organized, to collect feedback about the
relevance and validity of their course in the open market.
Parents: A healthy interaction with the parents is facilitated and
encouraged in parents meet, from time to time to know their responses.
Employers/ Industries: The College gets feedback from Employers
and Industries on occasional basis. College organises lectures,
workshops and seminars to get feedback on curriculum from
employers and senior lawyers concerning their areas.
Academic Peers: State, national and international level workshops,
conferences and seminars are attended by the faculty, where useful
interaction with other academicians and peers is made. Meetings of
BOS (Board of Studies) and such other platforms provide an
opportunity to the faculty to get fruitful feedback from peers.
Feedback received from all stakeholders is used internally for
curriculum enrichment and introducing changes/new programmes.
Feedback received in Teacher’s Training workshops is forwarded to
the University.
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?)
New Programme during Ratio 2010-11 to 2013-14
Sr.No.
1
2
3
Course
Introduced
Diploma
in
Labour Law
Personality
Development
and Soft Skills
Computer
Skills for Law
Profession
Year of
Rationale
commencement
2010-11
To offer career opportunities for practice in
labour and industrial laws, International
Labour Laws
Lawyers practicing labour laws, persons
employed in Government and Private sector
employment, candidates appearing for
MPSC exam such as Labour Welfare
Officer, Deputy Commissioner of labour.
2011-12
To improve competency of Entry Level
Law Students to sustain global competition
2011-12
To acquire computer literacy and technical
skills to tap career opportunities by Entry
Level Law Students
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4
Diploma
in
Cyber Law
2012-13
5
Diploma
in
Intellectual
Property Law
Certificate
Course in EBanking
Certificate
Course
in
Insurance
2012-13
6
7
2013-14
2013-14
To offer career opportunities for practice in
Cyber Crimes and Information Technology
laws.
Lawyers practicing in Cyber Laws, persons
employed in Government and Private sector
employment, candidates appearing for
MPSC / Competitive exams.
To offer career opportunities for practice in
Patent Law and other Intellectual Property
Laws. Lawyers practicing in Patent Laws.
To offer career opportunities for practice in
Banking Sector for Law Students and other
eligible candidates
To offer career opportunities in Insurance
Sector for Law Students and other eligible
candidates
Any other relevant information regarding curricular aspects which the
college would like to include. – Yes,
 Since, 2011-12 the college is conducting certificate course in
personality development and soft skills and certificate course in
computer skill for law profession in which the college itself has
designed curriculum.
 The college has organized number of workshop for teachers training on
revised syllabus.
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CRITERION II: TEACHING-LEARNING AND EVALUATION
Student Enrolment and Profile
How does the college ensure publicity and transparency in the
admission process?
Publicity of the admission process in made in :
 Prospectus
 Website
 Advertisement in Local News Paper
 Advertisement in Local News Channels, Radio etc.
 Displaying Flex Board
 Communication of Admission Notice and Information Boucher to local
colleges by mail and e-mail.
Transparency in Admission process:
 Rules / Norms of Bar Council of India, Government of Maharashtra,
Shivaji University, Kolhapur and UGC are followed in admission
process.
 Eligibility norms are strictly adhered to
 Reservation policy of Government of Maharashtra is followed.
 Admission is given purely on basis of Merit
 Admission Committee monitors the entire Admission process.
 B.C. Cell Standing committee records and sends reports of admissions
given every year to University.
2.1
2.1.1
2.1.2 Explain in detail the criteria adopted and process of admission
(Ex. (i) merit (ii) common admission test conducted by state
agencies and national agencies (iii) combination of merit and
entrance test or merit, entrance test and interview (iv) any other)
to various programmes of the Institution.
 The admission process is carried out only on the basis of marks. Merit
List for which applications are invited by advertisement, is scrutinized
by admission committee and a final merit list as well as reservation list
is prepared.
 List is displayed on college notice board.
 Admission Committee provides consultation and counseling to
interested candidates.
 Total admission process is carried out as per norms of university, BCI,
UGC and Govt.
2.1.3
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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.
As per University and Bar Council of India rules, following is the
percentage % of minimum and maximum marks for admission in
entry level in our college.
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Sr.
No
Course
Minimum percentage of Marks
Maximum percentage
of Marks
SC/ST Category Other Categories
1
I NLC
40
45
77.54%
2
I LL.B.
40
45
80.44%
Since ours is the only law college in Satara city we don’t have opportunity to
compare our institution with other law college.
2.1.4
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Is there a mechanism in the institution to review the admission
process and student profiles annually? If ‘yes’ what is the
outcome of such an effort and how has it contributed to the
improvement of the process?
Institute has constituted an admission committee; it has the power to
review the admission process as and when required. This Committee
strives to improve transparency in the admission process.
In order to improve regularity among student, committee had decided
to take undertaking from students for their attendance.
In order to identify interest of students in Legal Education, Committee
had decided to take interviews of the interested candidate who wish to
seek admission.
The outcome of such an effort results in bringing about transparency,
streamlining and systematizing the admission process, reservation
policy strictly followed as per provision of the government and
selection of meritorious and disciplined students from the weaker
sections.
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 student profiles demonstrate/reflect
the National commitment to diversity and inclusion.
As per government rules reservation policy has been adopted by the
institution for admitting students of different categories for the course.
Further institution also provides various facilities to students for the
upliftment of grass root level people at par with the main stream of
society.
Strategies adopted for inclusive access to education
Sr.
Category of
Strategies adopted in admission process
No.
Student
1
SC / ST
 Free ship and scholarship facilities are provided to
SC / ST students.
 Book Bank facility is totally free for SC / ST.
 SC / ST Students are admitted in the institution
only by paying minimum fees.
2
OBC/SBC/VJNT  Candidates get all the reservation benefits as per
norms decided by the State Government.
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Programmes
3
Women
4
Differently able
5
Economically
Weaker Sections
 Free ship / Scholarship are also given to the
students from disadvantaged groups.
 Girl students are provided with Hostel Facility in
Women’s Hostel of our sister institutions,
 EBC, Scholarship, Free ship concessions are
provided to girls from weaker sections of the
society.
 The College has a Cell for Grievance Redressal
Committee for Women (Mahila Takrar Nivaran
Samiti) and Anti Ragging Committee for the social
security of the girl students.
 Scholarship for Physically handicapped is given.
 Facility of Ramp, Railing and Lift is provided for
easy access.
 EBC Concessions, Free ships and other
concessions are available to students from
economically backward class.
 Fee payment in Installment is allowed in deserving
cases.
2.1.6
Provide the following details for various programmes offered by
the institution during the last four years and comment on the trends. i.e.
reasons for increase / decrease and actions initiated for improvement.
Number of
Number of students
Demand Ratio
applications
admitted
11- 12- 13- 14- 11- 12- 13- 14- 11-12 12-13 13-14
12
13
14
15
12
13
14
15
UG
1 Five year Law Course
2Three Year Law Course
Value added
1Personality
Development and Soft
Skills
2 Computer Skills For
Legal Professionals
Diploma
1 Diploma in Labour
Laws
2Diploma In Cyber
Laws
3
Diploma
In
Intellectual
Property
Rights
1415
102
129
65
80
80
110
80
120
63
80
65
80
73
106
80
80
1:27
1:1.6
1:0.81
1:1
145
144
179
160
145
144
179
160
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:1
145
144
179
160
145
144
179
160
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:1
37
17
22
54
37
17
22
54
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:1
-
11
07
16
-
11
07
16
-
1:1
1:1
1:1
-
05
10
09
-
05
10
09
-
1:1
1:1
1:1
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1:1
1:1
1:1.37 1:1.5
Trends Observed:
 Students’ enrolment to Diploma / Certificate Courses is fluctuating
Action Taken:
 Faculty monitors the attendance and encourages students to complete
as many of the above mentioned programmes as possible
 Students are informed about the usefulness and relevance of various
programmes offered by the Institution.
2.2
Catering to Diverse Needs of Students
2.2.1 How does the institution cater to the needs of differently- abled
students and ensure adherence to government policies in this
regard?
 Ramp is provided at the entrance of the college building.
 Railings are installed at the staircase on every floor.
 Special attention and care is given to differently able students while
making comphartable seating arrangements for examinations.
 Provision for lift ,OTIS elevator has been provided from ground level.
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.
 Yes,
 There is a provision for assessing the students’ knowledge and skills
before the commencement of the programme.
 After Admission Process and before starting regular lectures of law
courses teachers of respective subjects conduct oral tests of the new
students and check their knowledge and skills in the subjects.
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?
(Bridge/Remedial/Add-on/Enrichment Courses, etc.)
 In order to cope with programme of their choice and to bridge the
knowledge gap, institution conducts bridge courses for students
coming from different faculties like Arts, Science, Engineering
Commerce, Humanities, Management, Social Work etc.
 Remedial Courses are organized. First year of five year law course
syllabus include multidisciplinary subjects like Economics, Political
Science, Economics, Sociology, English etc. Hence there is necessity
to design separate bridge course to fulfill the knowledge gap to cope
with needs of such Students and give them the basic idea of Law and
legal concepts.
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 The students enrolling for the course are mostly from rural area and
also weak in English. In order to bridge this gap and to develop their
personality in competitive world, institution has started Remedial
Course for new entrants in the Course.
 College has purchased books on English grammar, legal dictionaries,
and Law lexicons to inform the legal terminology to students.
 The College provides different courses to the students to bridge the
knowledge gap and to enable them to cope with the programme of their
choice with the help of following courses.
I. Certificate Course in Computer Skills for Law Profession
II.
Certificate Course in Personality Development & Soft Skills
III.
Certificate Course in E-Banking
IV.
Certificate Course in Insurance.
V.
Diploma in Cyber Law
VI.
Diploma in Intellectual Property Law
2.2.4 How does the college sensitize its staff and students on issues such
as gender, inclusion, environment etc.?
Gender: For safety and security of girl students, women faculty and to resolve
women’s problem in the college premises, the institution has
constituted Grievance Redressal Committee for Women (Mahila
Takrar Nivaran Samiti) in College, which makes students women staff
aware on gender related, sensitive issues.
 Moot Court Competition conducted in the college included moot
problems on Women related issues such as sexual violence, Domestic
Violence, maintenance, Divorce etc.
 Girl students are encouraged to participate in social and cultural
activities.
 Girl students are motivated to take part in debate competitions, essay
writing, and outreach activities like blood donation and community
awareness drives.
 The college organizes lectures in association with senior lawyers,
judges and police officers for promoting legal literacy on the issues of
legal rights of women.
 Girls are encouraged for participation in Debate Competitions, WallPaper Activity and contribution of articles in College Magazine.
Inclusion:
 The college has ensured inclusion of students from all classes of
society (SC / ST, OBC, NT, SBC, Physically Disabled, Women & etc.)
adopting total implementation of reservation policy of government,
through wide publicity, and transparent admission process.
Environment: Staff and students planted saplings in the premises of the College.
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 At the time of inauguration of programs in college, we offer saplings
to the guests to create awareness about the environment.
 The students of our college have organised a ‘Street Play’ on
Environment protection in Vasundhara Festival organized by Inner
wheel club in Satara.
2.2.5 How does the institution identify and respond to special
educational/learning needs of advanced learners?
 The Institution identifies the advanced learners through their marks
secured in previous exams as well as their response to questions posed
to them at the time of teaching. For such advance learners special
provisions are made at library, scholars cards are issued to them so
that, they can borrow multiple books at the same time.
 Teachers motivate advanced learner to participate in seminars,
workshops and also encourage them to go through articles, news
papers and also write and publish their articles in various journals etc.
 College provides internet facility free of cost for such students.
 A friendly environment is created to improve the communication skills
of the advanced learners by the faculty.
 Motivational lectures are organized to channelize their potential to
achieve success in different competitions such as elocution, moot
court, quiz, essay writing competition etc.
2.2.6 How does the institute collect, analyze and use the data and
information on the academic performance (through the
programme duration) of the students at risk of drop out (students
from the disadvantaged sections of society, physically challenged,
slow learners, economically weaker sections etc.)?
 The Class Teacher is the best source who knows the problems of the
students. He/ she collects relevant information analyses it and devises
remedies to improve upon the situation.
2.3
2.3.1
Teaching-Learning Process
How does the college plan and organize the teaching, learning
and evaluation schedules? (Academic calendar, teaching plan,
evaluation blue print, etc.)
Academic Calendar
 The college plans an academic calendar which is incorporated in the
prospectus. Academic calendar is prepared at the beginning of each
academic year and is implemented throughout the year.
 It indicates academic events, administrative meetings to be held,
probable dates of examination and holidays as per the University
regulations.
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Teaching Plan
 In the beginning of every academic year, every teacher has to prepare
teaching plan of the year and submit it to the Principal and staff
committee.
 The teaching plan shows the academic activities to be conducted
during the year by the teacher. The teaching plan states the extent of
syllabus to be covered by the end of each month.
Evaluation of students
 To evaluate the understanding of the subject of the students, Terminal
Examinations are held and Home Assignments are collected.
 Subject wise results are maintained and displayed on notice board.
After examination, question papers and model answers are discussed
with students in classrooms.
 For Viva and presentations, subject wise topics are displayed on the
Notice Board.
Time-table
 The Time-table Committee prepares general Time-table and assigns
lecture halls to all classes to make teaching learning-process
convenient.
 Also, internal Viva exam time table is always displayed on notice
board well in advance.
2.3.2 How does IQAC contribute to improve the teaching –learning
process?
IQAC contributes to improve the teaching – learning process by:
 Training the faculty to adopt new ICT Teaching-Learning techniques
to increase the interest of the learners.
 Introducing ICT teaching aids to improve the teaching-learning
process and encourage innovative practices.
 Organizing seminars, workshops etc. to spread awareness on
academic and social issues.
 Implementing the system of teachers’ evaluation by students with
respect to improving the overall quality of teaching in the College.
 Enhancing the infrastructural facilities in terms of equipment, library
etc.
 Providing guidelines for seeking suggestions from students, faculty
and alumina for upgrading the syllabus according to quality demands
and placement opportunities.
 Encouraging all faculty members to opt ICT resources in teaching.
 Collecting feedback from Alumni for academic inputs.
 Providing self appraisal forms to the teachers and evaluates the same
after being submitted by the teachers for approval by the Principal.
 Planning for new Short Term Courses.
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 Giving timely notices before exams, scholarship information update
etc. are ensured with the help of non-teaching staff.
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 learning among the students?
Student centric learning is given paramount importance in our
institution. Every possible step is taken by the college to bring about all
round development of the student.
 In class room, teachers deliver lectures with the aim that average student
will be able to assimilate the concept. Repetition of some topics is done
whenever necessary. The Institution plans its activities to mould the
students so that they can face this competitive world boldly.
 The lectures taken by the faculty always aim at rectifying the students’
preconceptions and misconceptions.
 Wherever possible teaching is done with the help of examples in day to
day life. This enables students to cope up with problems in real world.
 Teaching tools like use of LCD, CD, multimedia are used by teachers to
make the subject more interesting.
 Faculty members provide help to solve students’ difficulties and give
them personal guidance.
 The College organizes expert / guest lecture on different legal issues
such as environmental protection, Women Empowerment, Cyber Law,
Tax Law, Banking and Insurance Laws etc.
 College invites eminent judges to strengthen the skill of advocacy
amongst the students.
 Library timings are suitable for students. The reading hall remains open
from 10.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. throughout the year. One month prior to
examination it is kept open for extra hours.
 Seminars/Workshops are arranged for students. Students are encouraged
to participate in seminar and conference organized by other institutes /
colleges / University.
 Visits to Industries and research institutes are arranged for students to
know more about new technologies in the subjects and in career
guidance after graduation.
 College publishes annual magazine “ The Jurist’, which acts as a good
platform for the students to express their creative thoughts. This also
helps to improve their writing skills.
 College has started various programmes in which students can
participate such as Para Legal Training Programmes, Legal Aid Camps,
Jail Visits, and Elocution Competition etc. Through which students can
teach and experience interactive learning.
 Institution collaborated with other institution through Lead College
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Activity, through which students are sent to other colleges for attending
different seminars, workshop lectures etc.
 College collaborated with District Legal Services Authority through
which different collaborative programmes are organised for student
development.
 Institution also provides various facilities such as study room, book bank
scheme, Wi- Fi internet facility, Digital Class room, Audio Visual
Facilities etc., to students for preparation of their study.
2.3.4
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How does the institution nurture critical thinking, creativity and
scientific temper among the students to transform them into lifelong learners and innovators?
Beside academic teaching and learning, for a holistic
development of students the faculty members encourage students to
participate in various co-curricular and extension activities. The
objective is to inculcate scientific temperament among the students so
that they become good citizens. Efforts are made to make them rational
thinkers and innovators.
Activities for the promotion of creativity, scientific temperament,
human values, ethics and rational thinking among the students,
organized by the College are:
1. Expert lectures on new developments in respective disciplines are
arranged for students and teachers.
2. Students are motivated to take seminars in the classes. For
preparation of seminars the necessary help is provided by the
teachers.
3. Students are motivated to participate in university, state, national and
international workshops and conferences organized by different
institutes. In such seminars and conferences students are advised to
present research papers on their project. As a result there is
appreciable contribution of our college in research project
competitions like AVISHKAR.
4. College always mentors the students to inculcate in them
professional ethics and fund duties to transform them into lifelong
learners and innovators.
5. Mandatory participation of second year of five year students in
Environmental Projects being implemented at the College.
6. Orientation of students in Career Opportunities, promotion of
awareness for exploring career options in the upcoming fields.
7. Organizing lectures of judges and lawyers on various legal topics.
8. Institution encourages students to participate in different programmes
like Moot Court Competition, Debate Competition, Seminars,
Elocution, Essay Competition so as to develop among them, the
skills of life-long learning.
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9. Institution encourages students for writing articles and paper
presentations in journals and provides library and internet supports
for developing scientific and innovative skills among students.
10.
Institution encourages students to read different reference
books to acquire in depth knowledge.
2.3.5 What are the technologies and facilities available and used by the
faculty for effective teaching? Eg: Virtual laboratories, e-learning resources from National Programme on Technology Enhanced
Learning (NPTEL) and National Mission on Education through
Information and Communication Technology (NME-ICT), open
educational resources, mobile education, etc.
The following technologies and facilities are available and used by
the faculty for effective teaching:
 The faculty uses virtual library for effective teaching.
 Being a member of UGC-approved INFLIBNET N-LIST Programme,
the faculty can access a wide range of e- journals and e- books.
 The faculty can access well equipped library.
 The faculty can access smart class room for ICT enabled teachinglearning method.
 Para Legal Training and Legal Aid Camps, Jail Visits Provides Virtual
Teaching Experience to students.
 Different seminars, presentations of resource persons are organized.
 Online Database such as Maupatra Software, Online E-Journals,
Various Legal Websites, Various library Resources are provided, Court
Visits. Client Interviews , lawyers chamber work etc. are planned
2.3.6
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How are the students and faculty exposed to advanced level of
knowledge and skills (blended learning, expert lectures, seminars,
workshops etc.)?
In order to expose the students and faculty to advanced level of
knowledge and skills, the college takes up the following initiatives:
Bridge courses are conducted for entry level ie. LL.B.-I, NLC-I
students.
Seminars and guest lectures are organized by the college to update
knowledge. This helps to gather information about the latest
developments.
Students are assigned with various creative tasks, such as reportwriting, press release, Interaction with resource persons etc. during
seminars, workshops etc.
The college library has subscribed to various journals related to
different subjects. Some of the online resources like Manupatra
Database and INFLIBNET are also subscribed to by the college. In
addition to this, books and magazines are purchased by the college for
knowledge up gradation.
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 Newspapers and Internet are used on daily basis to keep track of the
latest advancements in a particular field.
 The institution conducts court visits to develop the interest of students
in their respective subjects.
 Before the semester exam Crash Courses for revision of the subject are
conducted by the faculty.
2.3.7
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Detail (process and the number of students \benefitted) on the
academic, personal and psycho-social support and guidance
services (professional counseling/mentoring/academic advise)
provided to students?
Given below are the details on the academic, personal and psychosocial support and guidance services provided to students:
 Academic support is provided to students by:
 Advising them to choose stream.
 Providing them Remedial coaching.
 Guiding them to take coaching from specialists in the field such as
for JMFC and BCI exam.
 Honorary Lecturers and legal practitioners inform about court
procedure.
 Personal and psycho-social support is provided to students by:
 Addressing and sorting out their problems by the faculty members.
 MOU is entered with Dr. Manisha Thorat for providing Medical
Assistance and Care to students in case of emergency. Her lectures
are organized for giving information about health and hygiene to
students.
 Adv. Kamlesh Pisal, Smt. Shraddha Pawar Prof. Tripat Ramgadiya,
Prof. Shri Joshi have conducted lectures on personality
development and stress management.
 Personal Counseling by Faculty is provided
 Prof. Tripat Ramgdiya is a trained Counsellor with professional
experience and provides free counseling to our law students.
 Guidance services are provided to students by:
 Giving them counseling /mentoring/ advice to participate in sports
and cultural and co-academic activities at university, state and
national and international level.
Approximately 55 students have taken benefit of these counseling
services.
Exam form submission
Request of students for giving Extra time for exam form
submission, are forwarded to the university and their
grievances are resolved by correspondence with University
and personal visits by the office staff.
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2.3.8
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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 the impact of such innovative
practices on student learning?
The faculty has taken up following innovative teaching
methods to augment the traditional use of black boards.
Interactive learning through class room discussions.
Organizing students’ seminars on assigned topics.
Power point presentations.
Audio-visual aids.
Use of ICT as an aid to promote attention and interest of the students.
Free access to internet for the students to collect information on recent
advances in topics taught in the class room.
Jail and Court visits for Students.
Simulation exercise and role play to learn ADR process.
Home Assignments, PPT Presentations, Poster Presentations, Tutorials
conducted by faculty.
Lectures by Medical officers on psychological development of
students.
Efforts by the Institution:
The College IQA Cell promotes use of ICT resources in teachinglearning program. Teachers are trained for power point presentation,
access to advanced information in their respective subjects and
enhancing use of ICT resources in communication. The Institution has
provided following facilities to the faculty to adapt to advanced
technologies.
 Computers with broad band internet connections.
 Over 25 computers have broad band connections for internet access at
the Computer laboratory.
 High end computers with internet connectivity are also made available
at the Library for the access to staff and students.
 The College has a Digital Classrooms with advanced audio-visual
facilities.
 Moot Court Hall, Cultural Hall is made available for students.
2.3.9
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How are library resources used to augment the teaching-learning
process?
The library resources are used to augment the teaching-learning
process in the manner given below:
 The college library has subscribed to various journals related to
different subjects. Some of the online resources like Manupatra
Database and INFLIBNET are also subscribed to by the college.
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 Books and magazines are purchased by the college for knowledge up
gradation.
 All Newspapers and Internet are used on daily basis to keep track of
the latest advancements in a particular field.
 A separate periodical section has been created in the library.
 A Book Bank has been functioning in the college, providing books to
underprivileged students.
 Special help is rendered to students preparing for competitions.
 Question papers of the previous years of university exams in all the
subjects are made available to the students.
 Copies of syllabi prescribed by the university, with question-wise
division of marks etc. are also available to students for ready reference.
 Library is opened even during holidays for preparation of youth
festivals, debates etc.
 The library staff keeps the faculty and the students updated regarding
its latest acquisitions.
 The new titles are displayed on the display boards of the library.
 The information regarding new arrivals is also given through the
college notice board.
2.3.10
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2.3.11
Does the institution face any challenges in completing the
curriculum within the planned time frame and calendar? If ‘yes’,
elaborate on the challenges encountered and the institutional
approaches to overcome these.
Facing challenges in completing the curriculum within the planned
time is not a frequent issue. All the co-curricular and extra-curricular
activities are planned beforehand keeping in view the tight teaching
schedule. However, when completion of curriculum becomes an issue,
the same is resolved by:
Engaging extra teaching classes.
Extending teaching hours by the individual teacher to complete the
teaching assignment.
Conducting extra practical batches.
The institution faces problem in the case of slow learners. By
providing them remedial classes, the institution tries to overcome the
problem.
How does the institute monitor and evaluate the quality of
teaching learning?
 Every year feed-back about teacher is taken from the students. Feedbacks from students are analyzed by the college and feed-backs are
communicated to the teachers.
 If teacher is on leave then his classes and practical are engaged by
other teachers.
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 At the commencement of each term teaching plans for each course is
prepared by respective teacher. Teaching is carried out according to
teaching plan.
 Teacher helps students in their studies beyond classroom, as a part of
this, teachers solve doubt of students regarding theory and practical in
free time.
 Learning ability of students is evaluated depending on marks obtained
by students. Consequently, teacher conduct internal tests and tutorials
on the topics taught in the class. Apart from this formal evaluation,
informal evaluation of students is carried out depending upon
performance of a student in classroom discussion, practical sessions,
and response to home assignments, problem sessions, involvement in
extracurricular activities, etc.
 Attendance of students for theory and practical is monitored by
teachers.
2.3 Teacher Quality
2.4.1
Provide the following details and elaborate on the strategies
adopted by the college in planning and management (recruitment
and retention) of its human resource (qualified and competent
teachers) to meet the changing requirements of the curriculum
Highest
Professor
Associate
Assistant
Total
qualification
Professor
Professor
Male Female Male Female
Male
Female
Permanent teachers
D.Sc./D.Litt.
Ph.D.
1
2
3
M.Phil.
PG
4
2
6
Temporary teachers
Ph.D.
M.Phil.
1
1
2
PG
3
3
Part-time teachers – NA
Ph.D.
M.Phil.
PG
The Sanstha Management recruits teachers in various colleges run by it abiding
by the rules and regulations laid down by the UGC, University to which college
is affiliated and Government of Maharashtra. The information regarding the
number of teaching positions created as a result of increasing in work-load or
retirement is communicated to the management. The management in turn seeks
the permission from the University, BC Cell and Joint Director of Higher
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Education to which the college is affiliated. The advertisement about the
vacancies is given in the leading newspapers and websites of Rayat Shikshan
Sanstha, Satara and Shivaji University, Kolhapur. The candidates are selected
through interviews and appointment orders are given to the selected candidates.
The college provides pay scales as per UGC rules and security of service to the
faculty and other staff who have desired qualifications, knowledge and skills.
Clock Hour Basis appointments for per semester are made by Management.
2.4.2.1 How does the institution cope with the growing demand/ scarcity
of qualified senior faculty to teach new programmes/ modern
areas (emerging areas) of study being introduced (Biotechnology,
IT, Bioinformatics etc.)? Provide details on the efforts made by the
institution in this direction and the outcome during the last three
years.
 During last 3 years institution had started new programmes such as
Cyber Law and Intellectual Property Law but the mode of course is
distance education. Experts of Asian School of Cyber Law visit to
our college and guide the students on the respective subjects.
 Considering new or emerging areas of study, University has
included subject of Environmental studies in II NLC Curriculum,
for that purpose expert faculty has been appointed on CHB basis to
conduct the lectures and monitor project reports under taken by the
students.
 In some cases the institution appoints senior guest faculty and
experts from legal field or technical field to overcome the scarcity in
the case of new course introduced.
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.
a) Nomination to staff development programmes
Academic
Staff
development
Number of faculty nominated
Programmes
2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15
Refresher courses
1
2
HRD programmes
Orientation programmes
1
1
1
Staff training conducted by the
1
3
3
university
Staff training conducted by other
1
institutions
Summer /winter schools, workshops,
08
02
01
05
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b) Faculty Training programmes organized by the institution to
empower and enable the use of various tools and technology for
improved teaching-learning
 Teaching learning methods/approaches- In-house workshops are
arranged to determine strategies about adopting qualitative and
innovative teaching learning methods and approaches.
 Handling new curriculum –The University revises its syllabi from
time to time. Before any such revision workshops are organized for the
concerned teachers. The faculty members attend such syllabi
restructuring workshops to keep them abreast with the objectives of the
course content. The college has organized such a syllabus restructuring
workshops in every year since 2011-12 to 2014-15.
 Content/knowledge management- in the year 2011-12 our college
organized Lead College Activity on Management Skills for legal
profession and in 2012-13, 2013-14 and 2014-15 Seminars was
organized by college for teaching and non-teaching staff on
management skills and on office management.
 Selection, development and use of enrichment materials- No
 Assessment- Over ninety percent of faculty members are on the
University panels for paper setting, examiner or moderators. These
faculty members are oriented by the University in evaluation work.
 Cross cutting issues- The College organises lectures of distinguished
Jurists, academicians, social workers and researchers for sensitization
of faculty members on the issues of recent advances in respective
subjects, research, environmental issues, socio-economic issues and
gender sensitization. Every year college organizes Late Adv. V.N. Patil
Memorial Lecture Series on cross cutting issues such as SEZ,
Problems of Dam Affected persons etc.
 Audio Visual Aids/multimedia –For Professional development of
Staff college organizes staff training in ICT resources, accessing to
information and preparing lectures using power point presentation. For
providing Multimedia training institution organizes Manupatra training
Programme for students and staff.
 Teaching learning material development, selection and use – Under
the Staff Academy the College faculty is oriented in development of
learning resources and bringing innovative ideas in developing
learning resources.
c) Percentage of faculty
 Invited as resource persons in Workshops / Seminars / Conferences
organized by external professional agencies – 75% of full time faculty
 Participated in external Workshops / Seminars / Conferences
recognized by national/ international professional bodies 80% of full
time faculty
 Presented papers in Workshops / Seminars / Conferences conducted or
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recognized by professional agencies 90% of full time and CHB
faculty
To enhance quality of teachers, faculty members are
encouraged to participate in refresher and orientation course,
international, national, state and University level workshops,
Symposia, seminars organized by other colleges, university, research
institutes, etc. To attend refresher and orientation course, seminar,
workshop, conference, etc. duty leave as well as financial assistance is
provided to teachers by college. College also organizes seminars,
workshops, conferences, etc. for teachers. To enhance teachers Quality
College motivates teachers to undertake minor and major research
projects.
2.4.4 What policies/systems are in place to recharge teachers? (eg:
providing research grants, study leave, support for research and
academic publications teaching experience in other national
institutions and specialized programmes industrial engagement
etc.)
 The college encourages research aptitude among teachers and students
in all possible ways. Institution has a Research committee which
motivates the teachers for academic advancements, and helps them to
apply to UGC for fellowships.
 Institution does not have any system to provide research grants or
study leaves however, Institution encourages faculty for participation
in various State / National / International Level Seminar, Workshops /
Conferences also encourage for articles / Paper Presentations for that
purpose faculty can use college library as well as other resources such
as computer, internet facility, online journals, online database,
reprography facility etc.
 Institution also encourages faculty for academic publications.
Following are the facilities provided to faculty.
 The investigators of minor research projects have full freedom to
spend research grants as per the directives of the UGC/ University.
 The
faculty
members
get
duty
leave
to
attend
seminars/workshops/conferences.
 The faculty members are encouraged to attend Refresher Courses.
 The
faculty
members
get
leave
for
attending
seminars/workshops/conferences as resource persons.
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.
 One faculty member has received State Level Best Advocate Award in
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2011 and one faculty member has received two State Level Awards for
Essay and Book Published by him.
 Our college always encourages and supports the faculty to improve
their academic excellence and contribution to society.
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?
 College collects evaluation of the teachers’ performance and campus
experience from the students with the help of feedback forms.
 The feedback on teachers’ performance is taken from the students. It is
analyzed for every individual teacher by the college.
 While analyzing the feedback the factors such as communication skills,
subject knowledge, regularity and punctuality are taken into account
and any unsatisfactory remarks are dealt with by giving instructions to
the related faculty about making improvements.
 Academic and Administrative Audit has been done by RQMS Meeting.
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?
 Within the frame-work laid down by the University, the college has set
up a procedure of evaluation of students learning. The college has
designed methods for evaluation of learning, some of the prominent
methods such as internal assessment, terminal examinations,
University examinations, collecting four home assignments, groupdiscussions, etc.
 The students are informed about all these events orally in the class
rooms and displaying a notice on college notice board, well in
advance.
 The college has Constituted Examination Committee. This committee
on all these events. The committee prepares a time-table for all these
events and then circulates it in the classrooms and then put it on the
notice board. Thus the students and staff are kept well aware of the
evaluation methods of the college.
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2.5.2
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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?
The evaluation system of the college has undergone a major change in
the academic year 2011-12. The university has introduced 80:20
pattern of examination for I NLC and I LL.B.
As per the university guidelines 20 marks of the evaluation is done
internally by the college and 80 marks theory examination is conducted
by University.
For evaluation of 20 marks annual performance of the students is taken
into consideration by way of class tests, written assignments, oral tests,
group discussions and interactive sessions, simulation exercises, moot
courts, role play, viva-voce and topic presentation.
The evaluation methods are communicated through the Prospectus,
Notice Board and even through announcements in the class rooms.
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?
 Institution has adopted the revised curriculum of I NLC and I LL.B. in
2011-12 and also implemented it successfully as well as also
implements 80:20 pattern successfully.
 In the first phase all the pre-examination works like filling of
examination forms, generation of name list and student summary
reports and generation of examination hall tickets are completely
computerized for online services. This initiative taken by University
helped in reducing transaction time and bringing more accuracy.
 The system is also more transparent for the students regarding
examination fees, revaluation procedure and fees. The University has
made the provisions for photo copies. For internal evaluations of
students the University has provided a guide line to college and
accordingly the students are evaluated for 20 marks.
 The University has also introduced “paper revaluation” in which the
scanned copies of answer books will be sent to the examiners with
program for revaluation work.
 College evaluates the students by assigning them tutorials, home test,
court and chamber visit, moot court and viva voce and topic project
works, case study and internal assessments etc.
Evaluation Reforms initiated by the institution on its own
 To conduct and monitor internal evaluation, the college has constituted
college exam and integral assessment committee.
 The committee prepares a time-table for all these events and then
circulates it in the classrooms and then puts it on the notice board.
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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.
 Shivaji University, Kolhapur is the sole authority for implementation
of reforms in examination and evaluation but faculty members who are
a part of academic bodies of the university actively campaign for
reforms.
 Even then for bringing about a positive change in the evaluation
practices, the institution summative methods of evaluation, such as, the
internal assessment tests, exam. by presentation, seminars, moot court
presentation etc. are conducted in the institution itself.
 In summative method, evaluation of students is done through
examination taken by college as well conducted by the university and
the evaluation is done by the University.
2.5.5
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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
(Programme/course wise for last four
years) and explain the differences if any and patterns of
achievement across the programmes/courses offered.
The performance of students is adjudicated on the basis of
following criteria.
 Performance in internal class test as part of continuous evaluation
of students of semester examination pattern.
 Attendance of students in the classes. Participation of students in
co-curricular activities. Attendance in practical training by
students.
 Project work for environmental studies of II NLC students.
 Attendance of student for internship at court visits.
Progress of academic performance of Students
The progress of academic performance is communicated to the student
in the class room by the individual teachers. The parents are informed
about the performance of their wards if the performance is very poor
and the student is habitual absentee and does not take part in any of the
academic activities.
The results of the last four year examinations of different programs are
summarized in the following table.
Progress of academic performance of Students
Programme 2013-14
2012-13
2011-12
2010-11
I NLC
73.85 %
67.21 %
90.90%
60.00%
II NLC
89.66 %
94.21 %
60.66%
88.52 %
III NLC
55.81 %
62.5 %
25.33%
64.10 %
IV NLC
60.87 %
93.75 %
46.34%
76.47 %
V NLC
85.71 %
94.44 %
77.78%
95.74 %
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I LL.B.
II LL.B.
III LL.B.
39.60 %
89.29 %
76.12 %
47.05 %
90.56 %
96.87 %
72.72%
40.48%
73.68%
26.88 %
40.57 %
94.44 %
2.5.6
Detail on the significant improvements made in ensuring rigor
and transparency in the internal assessment during the last four
years and weightages assigned for the overall development of
students (weightage for behavioral aspects, independent learning,
communication skills etc.
 Institution conducts tutorials in open classroom under the surveillance
of CCTV Camera and evaluation is done within a week, the results are
shown to the students in classroom as well as it is displayed on notice
board which reflects transparency in internal assessment.
 In case of 80:20 pattern, 20 marks internal assessment are conducted
on the basis of the presentation, viva on particular topic, Presentation
and Viva are conducted in open Classroom and marks are assigned on
the performance of candidate.
 At the time of assigning marks the behavioral aspect, independent
learning and Communication Skills of the students are also consider.
2.5.7 Does the institution and individual teachers use assessment/
evaluation as an indicator for evaluating student performance,
achievement of learning objectives and planning? If ‘yes’ provide
details on the process and cite a few examples.
Yes, the institution and individual teachers use the following
assessment / evaluation as an indicator for evaluating student
performance, achievement of learning objectives and planning:
 Marks in internal examination – Viva / Presentation Examination,
Practical Training DPC, Moot Court, Professional Ethics.
 Classroom performance – On Tutorial Assignments and Attendance.
 Behavioral aspects – Discipline and good behavior
 Communication skills
 Moot Court Competitions, Activities and performance in Sports,
Cultural activities
2.5.8 What are the mechanisms for redressal of grievances with
reference to evaluation both at the college and University level?
At College Level –
 Grievances related to college examinations are taken care by college
examination and evaluation committee and principal.
 The grievances related to University examinations are communicated
to the University.
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Photocopy, Verification, Revalution of Answerbook – At University Level
 Mechanism for redressal of grievances regarding the evaluation work
is according to the rules of Shivaji University, Kolhapur. According to
these rules, the student has right for verification and revaluation of
answer books.
 The student has right to ask for photocopy of the answer books.
 After declaration of results and within 7 days, a student can apply for
photocopy of answer books in prescribed format.
 After obtaining photocopy student may write his grievance to
university. Further action is taken by university authorities on the
grievances of the students.
 In rechecking, summation of marks assigned by paper checker is done
again and if any change in marks is observed then new mark sheet is
issued to the student by university.
 In case of reassessment, examiner evaluates the answer book once
again. If change in marks is observed in any case new mark sheet is
issued to the student.
 Other grievances regarding the examination like absent remark for
internal assessment in statements of marks, college obtains application
from the students. Then applications of student and marks obtained by
student are communicated to the University through the principal.
 Other than these, any stakeholder is entitled to get the grievances
redressed on question papers, method of conducting examinations,
supervision, evaluation and results, schedule and any related matter.
2.6 Student performance and Learning Outcomes
2.6.1 Does the college have clearly stated learning outcomes? If ‘yes’
give details on how the students and staff are made aware of these?
Yes, institution has clearly started its learning outcomes in vision and
mission of college.
The college fosters global competency amongst the students with
academic enhancement to improve their professional excellence in the
legal field with social responsibility attitude by way of –
i)
Court attendance – students learn to know practical procedure
followed in the court.
ii)
Moot Court – students learn formalities to be followed by
lawyer and judge in court process for final judgement of a legal
issue.
iii)
Visits to Governmental / Non-Governmental agencies and
organization – students learn practical insights of working of
such agencies and organizations.
iv)
Legal Aid Camp – by interactions with the people in the
village, the students improve the skill of self expression, public
speech and inculcate good citizenry qualities
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Teacher’s Mentoring - Our faculty is student’s centric and
always ready to support and guide the students for
enhancement of their academic excellence and professional
skill for the effective justice delivery system.
Apart from above specific learning outcomes, the general expectation
from Law students include –
i. Knowledge of Legal concepts – To know law in theory and
practice.
ii. Knowledge of specific legal provisions – Application of law to fact
and fact to law.
iii. Knowledge of procedural framework – Procedural laws
iv. Knowledge of application of law- Substantive laws
These outcomes are communicated to students through prospectus,
institutional website by displaying on notice boards, by explaining in
classrooms as well as by displaying in conspicuous place of college
building.
v)
2.6.2 How are the teaching, learning and assessment strategies of the
institution structured to facilitate the achievement of the intended
learning outcomes?
The teaching, learning and assessment strategies of the
institution are structured to facilitate the achievement of the intended
learning outcomes through:
 Well-equipped library
 Classrooms
 ICT base Teaching and Learning
 Audio-visual equipment
 Class tests, written assignments, oral tests, group discussions and
interactive sessions.
 The institution has conducted different programme, Seminars,
Workshop for student to make they aware about the Global
Competency as well as to prepare them for external world.
 The Moot Court , Legal Aid Camps, Para Legal Training are the
ways by which students can learn the techniques of court for being a
good lawyer.
 The Career and Guidance Cell is established for providing coaching
to student for Competitive Exams.
 The books contained in the library not only provide education about
the course but also provides knowledge of different aspects of life.
 The assessment of student will provide them platform for
preparation and presentation in good manner.
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2.6.3 What are the measures/initiatives taken up by the institution to
enhance the social and economic relevance (quality Jobs,
entrepreneurship, innovation and research aptitude) of the
courses offered?
 Institution enhances the Social and Economic relevance through
providing quality through the placement cell through which students
are guided to join a Senior Advocate for practicing as an advocate at
court of law.
 As well as institution display on notice board advertisement, Paper
cuttings for perusal of students, so as to develop research aptitude
among Student.
 College publishes annual journal ‘The Jurist’, students are encouraged
to write articles in the same.
 The initiatives taken for the promotion of socio-economic relevance
and inculcating good citizenry qualities among the students are:
Enrichment Courses: To meet the contemporary demands of the current
socio- economic scenario, the College has made available need-based and joboriented certificate courses to the students. These are:
1 Diploma in Labour Law
2 Diploma in Cyber law
3 Diploma in Intellectual Property
4 Certificate course in Personality development
5 Certificate course in Computer Skills for Legal Profession
6 Certificate course in E- Banking
7 Certificate course in Insurance
Project work: For II NLC students project work forms part of
the syllabi
Avishkar Competition :
 The information regarding Avishkar competition has been displayed on
the notice board for the perusal of the students.
 The College students and faculty are encouraged to participate in
“Avishkar” event, an activity of Shivaji University, Kolhapur to
promote research aptitude among the students.
2.6.4 How does the institution collect and analyze data on student
learning outcomes and use it for planning and overcoming barriers
of learning?
The College collects the data on learning outcomes through:
 Written tests and examinations. Class room interactions, seminars and
discussions. Feedback from students and parents.
 PPT Presentations and submission, simulation exercises, moot court
and viva and topic presentation.
 Interactions of the students with the lecturers, visitors and teachers.
 Interest shown by students during court visits and jail visits.
 Creativity shown by the students during project work.
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The data obtained through feedback from various sources is
analyzed for finding lacunae and efforts are channelized for better
achievements of the learning outcomes.
2.6.5 How does the institution monitor and ensure the achievement of
learning outcomes.
The college monitors the achievement of learning outcomes
through IQAC, LMC and Faculty which ensure the achievement of
learning outcomes by:
 Finding out slow and advance learners and making policies to improve
their learning outcomes.
 Conducting home assignments.
 Conducting tutorials.
 Holding class discussions.
 Organizing seminars etc.
 Taking Remedial classes
 Laying stress on written assignments
 Taking feedback from alumni.
 Through preparation of term plan and academic calendar, college plans
teaching activities and various extracurricular activities
 Provide special guidance to students to improve Legal Skill.
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?
Graduate Attributes:
 The college intents its graduates should go beyond their
academic knowledge and acquire social awareness, skills of
communication, information literacy, ICT, creativity and
innovations.
 They should become rational thinkers and show spirit towards
social problems.
 They should made aware about their social responsibilities and
become good lawyers for promotion of social transformation.
 The college also intends its graduates to become leaders in their
community and to encourage constructive change for the
benefit of the community and profession.
 They should mentor future generations to engage in meaningful
public discourse with a profound consciousness about the
community need by becoming best legal practitioner and good
ultimately a good human being.
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1. Academic Excellence
 In-depth and extensive knowledge, understanding and skills in the
subject and understanding of the interconnectedness of different
aspects.
 Attempt to contribute in the creation of new knowledge and
understanding through research and inquiry.
 Able to apply knowledge to the legal problems.
 Capacity to participate in collaborative learning and to deal with
unfamiliar legal problems
2. Communication
 An ability to communicate effectively their knowledge for different
purposes and in different situations.
 An ability to present their knowledge for wellbeing of poor and needy
people.
 An ability to use appropriate style, methods and resources in
communication.
3. Personality and Leadership
 An awareness of personal strengths and weaknesses
 A capacity for self reflection, self discovery and personal development
 An awareness of self discipline in everyday aspects of life and work.
 Be confident in taking risk and challenge
 An ability to initiate and implement constructive change in their
communities, including professions and workplaces.
 An ability to engage in meaningful public discourse, with a profound
awareness of community needs
4. Global Citizenship
 An understanding of social and civic responsibilities and ready to
accept them;
 An awareness and appreciation of social and cultural diversity and
secularism;
 An awareness and appreciation of human rights, equity and ethics.
To translate the stated graduate attribute into practice the
College stresses on Curricular, Co-curricular Programs. These
activities become integral part of academic teaching and learning
programs.
5. Academic and Curricular:
 Planning, scheduling and timely execution of all the teaching activities.
 Transparency in assessment and evaluation. Organizing guest lecturers.
 Enrichment courses
6.Curricular Activities:
 Debate, Elocution and Essay competitions. Promoting creativity
through publishing student’s literary work in College Magazine “The
Jurist”.
 ICT training and free access to ICT resources.
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Court and jail visits. Seminars and group discussions.
Participation in workshops/conferences.
Participation in sports and cultural activities.
Participation in extracurricular activities Rangoli, Mehandi.
Any other relevant information regarding Teaching-Learning and
Evaluation which the college would like to include.
 Wide publicity is given to the academic programmes offered by the
college, along with the infrastructure and support services and
facilities available to the students for their all-round development.
 A transparent admission policy is practiced where meritorious
students as well as disadvantaged sections get their due.
 To make teaching / learning effective and enjoyable, a combination
of traditional and innovative methods are practiced, depending on
the requirement of the subject and the mental ability of the learners
and making changes according to the latest developments in all the
subjects.
 Scholar card system is available for the advance learners to get
number of books from the library to improve their academy
excellence.
 Open access system is available to the students to search the books
they want.
 Online database, Manupatra, Inflibnet, OPAC is made accessible to
the students.
 To enhance the professional skills amongst the students, role-plays
and simulation exercises are conducted vigorously.
 Lawyers, Judges and legal experts are invited to deliver lectures on
procedural laws. They also guide students in their Internship.
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3.1
3.1.1
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3.1.2
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CRITERION III: RESEARCH, CONSULTANCY AND EXTENSION
Promotion of Research
Does the institution have recognized research center/s of the
affiliating University or any other agency/organization?
No, Institution does not have recognized research centre of affiliating
University. Although our faculty Dr. Jadhav A.Y. and Dr. Pawar S.S
are working as faculty of Rayat Institute of Research Development
(RIRD) constituted by our parent institute Rayat Shikshan Sanstha
which is affiliated to Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Does the Institution have a research committee to monitor and
address the issues of research? If so, what is its composition?
Mention a few recommendations made by the committee for
implementation and their impact.
Yes, the institution has a research committee. In every academic year
under the guidance of the Principal, the College forms the research
committee.
The research committee monitors and addresses the issues of
research such as encouraging faculty to register for the Ph.D., to
prepare research articles for various research journals periodicals and
to undertake Minor and Major Research Projects. They are also
encouraged to attain various Seminars, Conference, workshops, etc .
to widen the horizons of their knowledge and skills in research
methodology.
The Composition of Research Promotion Committee (2014-15):Sr. No.
1.
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Name
Dr. Jadhav A.Y.
Adv. K.V. Patil
Adv. D.V. Patil
Adv. D.I.S. Mulla
Dr. Pawar S.S.
Prof. Kamble C.N.
Prof. Suryawanshi M.N.
Prof. Desai Y.N.
Prof. Mrs. Patil D.P.
Prof. Mr. Nikumbh G.Y.
Prof. Smt. Jawale R.J.
Designation
Chairperson
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Broad Area of Work: Staff Academy , Lectures, Promotion of ICT in
teaching and research, organization of seminars and workshops,
Facilitating participation of staff in workshops/seminars/conferences,
Training of faculty in research methodology and sill in using online
legal data base.
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Achievements:
 Eight faculty members submitted proposals for Minor Research
Projects on various socially and legally relevant issues which have
been sanctioned by UGC.
 During last five years Two Faculty members have completed Ph.D.
 Four Faculty members have registered for Ph.D.
 Two faculty members have completed their M.Phil and are pursuing
Ph.D.
 3 National Level Conferences and 2 State Level Conferences are
organized in the Institution.
 Institution published four seminar proceedings of Two National and
Two State Level Conferences as special issues with ISSN No. and
Impact factor.
 73 research articles were published by faculty members in various
University / State / National / International level seminars.
 The Committee encouraged publications of papers of the faculty in
peer reviewed journals of National and International repute.
 The Committee monitors submission of progress reports of projects
sanctioned to faculty.
3.1.3 What are the measures taken by the institution to facilitate smooth
progress and implementation of research schemes/projects?
So as to facility smooth progress and implementation of research
schemes institution had taken different measures such as.
i) Autonomy to the principal investigator
- Yes
ii) Timely availability or release of resources
- Yes
iii) Adequate infrastructure and human resources
- Yes
iv) Support in terms of technology and information needs
- Yes
v) Facilitate timely auditing and submission of utilization
Certificate to the funding authorities
- Yes
vi) Any other
- Yes
Faculty is provided free internet access and Wi-Fi connectivity in
college premises. Generator and Invertors backup is provided to insure
on interrupted to power supply for ICT work during research.
1.Autonomy to the principal investigator: The College gives
sufficient autonomy to the principal investigator by sanctioning duty
leave for attending conferences.
2. Timely availability of resources:
 The principal investigator has freedom to purchase equipments.
 Subscribe to journals.
 Get reprographic material.
 Stationary and other special tools and kits.
3. Adequate infrastructure and human resources:
 The principal investigator has freedom to purchase Desktop
computer.
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 Access to internet for information and communication.
 Use laboratory infrastructure and technical staff.
 Use resources from collaborating institutions.
4. Audits: The principal investigator gets all the cooperation for
auditing the expenditure of the research grants from the College
appointed auditor and submission of the grants utilization certificates
to the funding agencies.
3.1.4
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3.1.5
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What are the efforts made by the institution in developing
scientific temper and research culture and aptitude among
students?
The following activities are conducted to promote research
aptitudes and scientific temperament among the students:
Visit to courts are arranged for observation of court procedure by
students.
Project work on various environmental issues is conducted by II NLC
students for subject of Environmental Studies.
Involvement of students in research survey and activities.
Participation of students in “Avishkar”, a research competition event,
organized by Shivaji University , Kolhapur to promote research
aptitudes among students.
Organizing lectures of noted research scholars for awareness of
research techniques methodology among the students.
Encouragement to students for participation in various seminars,
conferences with paper presentations.
Encouragement to students to write legal research articles and publish
them in journals.
Publication of articles by students in college annual magazine “The
Jurist”.
Organisation of Legal Aid Camps, Extensions activities and Active
involvement of students in Programmes organized by Vivek Vahini,
about abolition of superstitions and developing scientific temper.
Organisation of guest lectures of Philosophers and Social Activist for
promotion of scientific temper among students.
Give details of the faculty involvement in active research (Guiding
student research, leading Research Projects, engaged in
individual/collaborative research activity, etc.
Eight faculty members submitted proposals for Minor Research
Projects on various socially and legally relevant issues which have
been sanctioned by UGC.
During last five years Two Faculty member have completed Ph.D.
Four Faculty members have registered for Ph.D.
Two faculty members have completed their M.Phil and are pursuing
Ph.D.
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 73 research articles have been published by faculty members in various
University / State / National / International level seminars.
1. Details of faculty guiding research students for Ph.D by research:
of No of students No of students
Name
of No.
of No
students
doing
faculty
students
Awarded
M Phil
Received PhD Doing Ph D
M Phil
Dr.
Jadhav
1
7
4
A.Y.
Dr. Pawar S.S.
5
2. Details of faculty with sanctioned minor research projects:
Completed MRPs: 08
Ongoing MRPs: 0
Sr.
No
1
2
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.
 One day workshop on Research Methodology was organized where in
imminent research scholar Dr. Sarang Bhola guided the faculty on
Research Techniques and Methodology.
 Our parent institution Rayat Shikshan Sanstha and its Research
Institute RIRD conducted workshop on Research Methodology for
promotion of research culture among faculty.
3.1.7
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Sr.
No
1
2
3
Provide details of prioritised research areas and the expertise
available with the institution.
Our faculty Dr. Jadhav A.Y. and Dr. Pawar S.S are working as
faculty of Rayat Institute of Research Development (RIRD)
constituted by our parent institute Rayat Shikshan Sanstha, Satara.
Dr. Jadhav A.Y. and Dr. Pawar S.S. are the recognised research
guides under Shivaji University, Kolhapur. Their prioritised research
areas are as follows :Name
of Research Areas
Faculty
Dr. Jadhav A.Y. Political Science
Dr. Pawar S.S.
Constitutional
Law,
Human
Right and Health
Law
Dr. Patil D.P.
Alternative
Dispute
Resolution
Prioritised Research Areas
Political Thought and Philosophy
Right to Health as Human Rights :
Legislative and Judicial Review.
Alternative
Mechanism
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3.1.8
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3.1.9
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Enumerate the efforts of the institution in attracting researchers
of eminence to visit the campus and interact with teachers and
students?
Institution organizes different competitions, seminars, workshops for
attracting researchers of eminence to visit to the campus and interact
with teachers and students.
The institution annually organizes V.N. Patil Memorial Lecture Series
and invites experts in different fields to deliver lectures and to interact
with teachers and students.
Annually state level moot court competitions have been organized by
the college.
National level and state level seminar have been organized by the
college to delivered lecture in which imminent academicians / scholars
have been invited to deliver lecture and research scholars are also
invited to present their research papers.
Induction lecture from expert faculty from Asian Law School, Pune are
arranged for faculty and students.
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?
The University statutes do not define sabbatical leave and hence there
is no provision for the same. However, study leave, duty leave etc.
are provided as per the prescribed norms whenever required.
3.1.10
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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 (lab to land)
The research activities of the institution go a long way towards
exploring new horizons of knowledge. To share this knowledge and
findings of research with students and community, following initiatives
have been taken up by the institution.
 The research of Dr. Jadhav A.Y. is very much useful for research
scholars and social activist as well as academicians in studying social
and political reform movements. He has published a book on his
research topic. He has also published many research articles and
delivered lecture on Political thought and philosophy in various
journals. He essays have won many State Level prizes for his social
and political views.
 The research of Dr. Mrs. Pawar S.S. throws light on Health Rights
available under constitution of India and International Human Rights
documents. Her Minor Research Project on Biomedical Waste
Management involving hospitals in Satara city creates awareness about
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very important issue of segregation, storage, transportation and safe
disposal of bio-medical waste. She has also published many research
articles and delivered lectures on Women empowerment, fundamental
duties, child rights, constitutional law, health laws, euthanasia etc.
 The research work of Dr. Mrs. Patil D.P. in ADR is valuable in
understanding Alternative Dispute Resolution methods available. She
has published many research articles and delivered lectures on ADR.
 The executive summary of Minor Research Project completed by
faculty is published on college website and is also available in college
library.
3.2 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, There is no separate budgetary provision for research purpose.
3.2.2
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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, There is no provision for seed money to the faculty for research.
3.2.3
What are the financial provisions made available to support
student research projects by students?
 The research articles of our students are published in the annual
college Magazine ‘The Jurist.
 The College gives financial support in the form of traveling allowance
and registration fee to the students participating in research
Seminars/Workshops and “Avishkar” University research activity /
Moot Court Competition.
3.2.4
How does the various departments/units/staff of the institute
interact in undertaking inter-disciplinary research?
Cite
examples of successful endeavors and challenges faced in
organizing interdisciplinary research.
Institution is single faculty institution, so the major research
contribution of the institution is in the discipline of law. However our
parent institution has constituted a research institution (Rayat Institute
of Research Development) affiliated to Shivaji University to cater the
needs of inter disciplinary research. Two faculty members are
recognized as research guide in this institution.
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3.2.5
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3.2.6
Nature
of the
Project
Minor
Researc
h
projects
How does the institution ensure optimal use of various equipment
and research facilities of the institution by its staff and students?
The research facilities and various equipments available in the
institution :Computer lab equipped with 25 computers with LAN facility.
Free Internet Facility and Wi-Fi connectivity secured by broadband as
well as optical fiber networking.
Invertor back up for uninterrupted power supply.
Well equipped library with adequate books, reference book, research
journals, Online database (Manupatra), Offline database (AIR),
INFLIBNET etc.
Separate computers with free internet access and wi-fi connectivity
are made available in the faculty room.
Faculty and students are given technical support by office staff and
the use of all resources is made available free of cost.
Has the institution received any special grants or finances from
the industry or other beneficiary agency for developing research
facility? If ‘yes’ give details.
No, Institution does not receive any special grants or financial from
the industry or other beneficiary agency.
3.2.7 Enumerate the support provided to the faculty in securing research
funds from various funding agencies, industry and other
organisations. Provide details of ongoing and completed projects
and grants received during the last four years.
Institution has received grants from UGC for Minor Research Projects
the details are as follows
Total grant
Name
Name
of Durati Title of the project
of the Sancti Receiv
faculty
on
fundin oned
Year
ed
g
From
agency
To
Dr. Pawar 2012- “Implementation of the Biomedical UGC
80,000/ 57,500/
S.S.
2013
Waste (Management and Handling)
Rules 1998 by Hospitals in Satara
City”
Dr. Jadhav 2012- “Mahatma Gandhi’s ideas of UGC
80,000/ 65,000/
A.Y.
2013
Satyagraha and its relevance today
with reference to mass agitation by
Anna Hajare”
Prof.
2012- “An Empirical Study of Socio-Legal UGC
80,000/ 57,500/
Kamble
2013
Problem of Child Labour with
C.N.
Special Reference Satara and Karad
City in Maharashtra”
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Total
grant
receive
d
till
date
57,500/
65,000/
57,500/
Nature
of the
Project
Total grant
Name
of Durati Title of the project
of the Sancti Receiv
on
fundin oned
Year
ed
g
From
agency
To
Prof. Desai 2012- “Rights of Prisoners with special UGC
80,000/ 57,500/
Y.N.
2013
reference to Right to Free Legal Aid
and its implementation in the
District of Satara”
Prof. Patil 2012- “A Study on Lok Adalat in Satara UGC
80,000/ 57,500/
D.P.
2013
City”
Prof.
2012- “A Study on Right to Health to As a UGC
80,000/ 57,500/
Nikumbh
2013
Basic Human Right with Special
G.Y.
Reference to Satara District”
80,000/ 57,500/
Prof.
2012- “Rights and Rehabilitation of Slum UGC
Jawale. R.J. 2013
Dwellers in Satara City : In Theory
and in Practice”
Smt. Patil 2012- “Bibliometric Analysis of Library UGC
80,000/ 57,500/
N.P.
13
Herald of __ Last Twelve Years of
Its Publication (2001-2012)”
3.3 Research Facilities
3.3.1 What are the research facilities available to the students and
research scholars within the campus?
Name
faculty
Computer Lab.:
 Computer lab equipped with 25 computers with LAN facility.
 Free Internet Facility and Wi-Fi connectivity secured by broadband as
well as optical fiber networking.
 Invertor back up for uninterrupted power supply.
 Separate computers with free internet access and wi-fi connectivity
are made available in the faculty room.
 Faculty and students are given technical support by office staff and
the use of all resources is made available free of cost.
Library:
 Free Internet Facility and Wi-Fi connectivity is available in the library
for the students and research scholars.
 Invertor back up for uninterrupted power supply.
 Well equipped library with adequate books, reference book, research
journals, Online database (Manupatra), Offline database (AIR),
INFLIBNET etc.
 The college library has over 14085 books and journals for the use of
researchers.
 Teaching staff, research scholars and students, are registered with
INFLIBNET for access to e-books, e-journals and online legal
database.
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Total
grant
receive
d
till
date
57,500/
57,500/
57,500/
57,500/
57,500/
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 management and the faculty have taken up a proactive stand to
give an impetus to research activities. The following are the strategies
for boosting research activities in new and emerging areas.
 Faculty has conducted Minor Research Project in new and socially
significant areas such as Lok Adalat, Child Labour, Rights of
Prisoners, Right to Health, Biomedical waste management and
disposal, Right and rehabilitation of slum dwellers.
 Some of the faculty members have taken up these emerging areas as
their research topic for Ph.D.
 Procurement of around 45 high end desktop computers with
broadband, internet connections with UPS backup for uninterrupted
supply of power.
 All the faculty members and research scholars are registered members
of INFLIBNET and have access to Manupatra online legal database for
legal research and AIR offline legal database of all the Supreme Court
and High Court judgments in India.
 Subscription to various online and offline research journals of National
and International repute.
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 are the instruments/ facilities created
during the last four years.
No, Institution has not received any grants in last four years, However
in this year institution has received grants of Rs. 4.10 lakhs from UGC
for Minor Research Project.
3.3.4 What are the research facilities made available to the students and
research scholars outside the campus / other research
laboratories?
 Students are motivated to attend seminars and workshops at other
institution and are provided library resources and technical help for
making paper presentations.
 District Court Visit, Lok-Adalat Visit, Day to day court attendance,
lawyers’ chamber visit, Industrial Visits are organized to create
awareness about various legal research areas and techniques among
students.
 Students and research scholars are provided with research facilities in
Rayat Institute of Research Development, Satara.
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3.3.5 Provide details on the library/ information resource centre or any
other facilities available specifically for the researchers?
 Institution has well equipped library with computers and internet
facility, Researchers can use library during office hours.
 Reprography facility and printing facility is made available to research
scholars free of cost on their demand.
 The College is registered with INFLIBNET. The members of the
faculty and students are registered with INFLIBNET for access to
information.
 Computers with Internet Facility, well equipped library, Reading
Room, research journals, Online database (Manupatra), Offline
database (AIR), etc. faculty and students use all the resource available
during office hours, free of cost.
 The library is well equipped with reference books, research journals,
government reports and encyclopedia.
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.
Institution has collaboration with sister institutions and RIRD and
library resources are made available to them on demand for research
purpose.
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)
No
 Original research contributing to product improvement No
 Research studies or surveys benefiting the community or
improving the services
Sr. Name of faculty /
Particulars of Research Conducted
No
Students
1
Dr. Jadhav A.Y.
2
Dr. Pawar S.S.
Social and Political ideas of Maharshi Vitthal Ramji
Shinde
“Mahatma Gandhi’s ideas of Satyagraha and its
relevance today with reference to mass agitation by
Anna Hajare”
 Right to health as fundamental human right,
evaluation of legislative and judicial approaches.
 “Implementation of the Biomedical Waste
(Management and Handling) Rules 1998 by
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Sr.
No
Name of faculty /
Students
Particulars of Research Conducted
Hospitals in Satara City”
3
4
5
6
7
Prof.
C.N.
Kamble “An Empirical Study of Socio-Legal Problem of Child
Labour with Special Reference Satara and Karad City
in Maharashtra”
Prof. Desai Y.N.
“Rights of Prisoners with special reference to Right to
Free Legal Aid and its implementation in the District of
Satara”
Prof. Patil D.P.
A study on ADR mechanism with special reference to
Districts of Kolhapur, Sangli, Ratnagiri
“A Study on Lok Adalat in Satara City”
Prof.
Nikumbh “A Study on Right to Health to As a Basic Human
G.Y.
Right with Special Reference to Satara District”
Prof. Jawale. R.J. “Rights and Rehabilitation of Slum Dwellers in Satara
City : In Theory and in Practice”
 Many Students have published their research articles on various
emerging legal and social issues in annual college magazine ‘The
Jurist’ and have received prizes from Shivaji University.
 Many students have published research articles in online / offline legal
journals and legal periodicals.
Research inputs contributing to new initiatives and social
development –
 Faculty has delivered many expert lectures on various issues of sociolegal importance for community orientation and social development.
 The Supreme Court Judges library which has collection of legal
documents Judges, including database of legal research articles called
SUPLIB has included research article published by our faculty member
Prof. Yogesh Prasad Kolekar on “Public Interest Litigation and Right
to Prisoners”.
 Prof. Tripat Kaur Ramgadiya has completed diploma in “Counselling
Psychology” and Diploma in “Child Psychology” from Indian Institute
of Counselling Psychology, Pune, certified from International
Accreditation, Houston, USA and is providing counseling to students
and community.
 Court visits, Lok Adalat attendance, Visit to Jail, Remand home,
Industries, various governmental and non governmental agencies and
organizations by students have resulted in improvement of their
lawyering abilities and advocacy skills and has created awareness
about professional ethics, court procedure and social justice
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mechanism among students.
3.4.2
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Does the Institute publish or partner in publication of research
journal(s)? If ‘yes’, indicate the composition of the editorial
board, publication policies and whether such publication is listed
in any international database?
Yes,
Publication of seminar proceedings in online journal.
 Right to Health - Special Issue of November 2014 on “Access to
Health Care Services: A Basic Human Right” of International
Multidisciplinary (Online) Research Journal “Research Front” with
ISSN 2320-8341 with Impact Factor- 1.115.
Special Issue Editorial Board :Dr. Mrs. Pawar S.S., Principal
Prof. Nikumbh G.Y., Convener
Prof. Kamble C.N.,
Prof. Suryawanshi M.N.
 Senior Citizens – Special Issue of March 2014 on “Human Rights of
Senior Citizens” of International Multidisciplinary (Online) Research
Journal “Research Front” with ISSN 2320-8341 with Impact Factor1.115.
Editorial Board :- Chief Editor – Prof. Y.N. Desai
Members – Prof. Kamble C.N.,
Prof. Suryawanshi M.N.
Prof. Smt. Jawale R.J.
Prof. Shri. Nikumbh G.Y.
Publication of seminar proceedings in print journal.
 ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution–Research Dimensions, Special
Issue 2014, A Multidisciplinary Peer-reviewed International Research
Journal, Special Issue, 2014 (ISSN 2249- 3867) Impact Factor- 1.4992,
page 135.
Editorial Board :- Editor in Chief – S.P. Rajguru
Issue Editor – Dr. DP. Patil
 Right to Education- Research Dimension. Special Issue 2014, A
Multidisciplinary Peer-reviewed International Research Journal, (ISSN
2249- 3867) Impact Factor- 1.4992, page 135.
Editorial Board :- Editor in Chief – S.P. Rajguru
Issue Editor – Rajashree J. Jawale
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3.4.3
Give details of publications by the faculty and students:
Publication per faculty
Prof. Dr. Pawar S.S. : Article on “ Operationalising the right to emergency healthcare”
is published by All India Reporter
at their online repository on
www.airwebworld.com and
is
now
available
at http://www.allindiareporter.in/articles/index.php?article=1424
 Article on “Right To Die, How Far Right? Judicial Responses”
is published by All India Reporter
at their online repository on
www.airwebworld.com and is now available at
http://www.allindiareporter.in/articles/index.php?article=1426
 Article on “Right to Die, How for Right? Judicial Responses” is published
in Criminal Law Journal at 2010 Cri L J (Sep.) Page 280 Journal.
 The article on “ Importance of language to legal profession” is accepted
for publication in the Journal of Rayat Shikshan Sanstha, “Trajectory" (
ISSN- 0975-1165) by letter No. KV/111 dt.9.6.2010
 The article on “Woman’s Right to Health: Problems and Prospects”
is accepted for publication in the Journal “ Research Link” (ISSN-9731628) in Issue-78, Vol-IX(7), September-2010 at pp 123-125.
 The article on “State responsibility for ensuring Health care: Assam
Leads the way!” is published by Supreme Court Cases in Practical Lawyer
at: (2011)PL January S-2
 The article on “ Euthanasia for Death with dignity: is it necessary?” is
published in Indian bar review at IBR Vol. XXXVII (3and4) 2010 at pp 118
 Published on article on ‘Euthanasia: Indian Socio-Legal perspectives in
International Journal of Law, Policy and Globalisation.
 Research article on ‘E-Commerce’ Challenges issues of Cyber Security” is
accepted for publication by International Association of academicians and
Research on 28th Feb. 2014.
 Research article on “Legal Framework for E-Commerce” is accepted for
publication by International interdisciplinary journal and choice institute of
Management Studies and Research, Pune on 28th Feb. 2014.
 Article on “E-Commerce: Challenges, Opportunities And Emerging
Issues Of Cyber Security” is published in Conference proceeding of
International Conference held on 8th March, 2014 on “Emerging
Trends In Management, Technology And Engineering” organized by
Faculty of Management Science, Pune in association with International
Association of Academicians and Researchers (INAAR) published in print
and online publication in International Research Journal of Commerce,
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Business and Social Sciences (IRJCBSS) Vol. II, Issue 12 (III), March
2014 at pp 80-83
ISSN: 2277-9310
 Article on “ Legal framework for e-commerce” is published in
Conference proceeding of International Interdisciplinary Conference held
on 15th March, 2014 on “Changes, Challenges And Consequences In
Commerce, Management, Engineering, Technology And Social
Science” organized by Institute of Business Management and Research,
Chakan in association with Choice Institute Of Management Studies And
Research, Pune published in print and online publication in International
Journal of Multidisciplinary Research (IJMR) Vol. II, Issue 12 (II), March
2014 at pp 42-52
ISSN: 2277-9302
 Published a book “Essentials of Information Technology Law” co authored
with Yogesh Kolekar in March 2015, published by Notion press, Chennai
with ISBN-10 938487857X and ISBN-13 9789384878573 in English as
paperback print edition, e book edition, kindle edition and online edition,
available in print in India and abroad as International publication at
www.notionpress.com,
www.amazon.in
,
www.infibeam.com
,
www.bookadda.com,
www.flipkart.com and www.sapnaonline.com,
www.amazon.com www.amazon.co.uk
Prof. Kamble C.N. : Published a paper on topic ‘ Rights of women” philosophy and reality in
ISBN Journal published by Asian Law House, Hydrabad.
 Research paper is accepted for publication in ISBN journal on topic
Lokpal : Function and Liabilities.
 Accepted a research paper on Labour Law : Issues and Perspective in
National Journal the knowledge and research review, Gondia (M.S.)
 Research paper is accepted for publication in International Disciplinary
Conference on topic Live in Relationship International Legal outlook with
Indian Perspectives on 15th March, 2014.
 Published a research paper in International Journal bearing ISSN on topic
Gender Justice and Female Feticide.
 Published a research paper in Journal bearing ISSN on topic Right to
Education and Child Labour.
 Published a research paper in International Journal bearing ISSN on
Judicial Reforms-Strengthening Judiciary.
 Published a research paper in conference proceeding bearing ISSN on
topic Child Labour: Dr. B.R .Ambedkar’s Constitutional Perception.
 Published a research paper on Purging a Child Labour through Education
in International Multidisciplinary (Online) Research Journal “Research
Front” with ISSN 2320 – 8341 with Impact Factor – 1.115.
Prof. Mrs. Suryawanshi M.N. : Published Paper on ‘Female Feticide in India – The Socio-Legal
Implications’ in ISBN book on Female feticide in India : A Moving Trend
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Participated and Presented Paper on Topic Right to Free and Compulsory
Education Act Critical Analysis in the National Level Seminar of Right to
Education Act, 2009 organised by IMLC Satara. Paper published in ISSN
Publication.
Published paper on Right To Education -A Critical Analysis ” is published
in Research Dimensions, A Multidisciplinary Peer-reviewed International
Research Journal, Special Issue, 2014 (ISSN 2249- 3867) Impact Factor1.4992
Published paper on Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education –
As Basic Human Right in Research Front, An International
Multidisciplinary Research Journal, Special Issue, 3 (ISSN ONLINE 23208341)Print 2320-6446, Impact Factor- 1.115.
Published paper on Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education
Act 2009 –Challenges in Implementation is published in Research
Analysis and Evaluation an International Multidisciplinary Peer Reviewed
Research Journal Special Issue3 , Vol No. 7 March 2015 (ISSN 2321 2942) .
Published paper on Indian Constitution and the Right to Education in
Research Front, An International Multidisciplinary Research Journal, Special
Issue5,March 2015 (ISSN ONLINE 2320- 8341)Print 2320-6446, Impact
Factor- 1.115.
Prof. Desai Y.N.  Research Paper published on “Rights of Women Prisoners in India: Present
Scenario” in International Multidisciplinary (Online) Research Journal
“Research Front” with ISSN 2320 – 8341 with Impact Factor – 1.115.
 Article on “Use of ICT in Teaching Learning Process”, is published in
Proceeding book (ISBN 978-81-930466-1-6) of NAAC sponsored Two
Day seminar on “Quality Enhancement in Teaching, Learning and
Evaluation “organized by Dhananjayrao Gadgil College of Commerce,
Satara.
Prof. Mrs. Patil D.P. : Published an article on the topic “Plea Bargaining in India” in Criminal
Law Journal in Jan. 2010.
 Published an article on “Women entrepreneurs in global scene with special
reference to India” in a Multi Disciplinary Peer-Reviewed International
Research Journal (ISSN 2231-6302) vol. 2 No. 4 (2012)
 Online Paper Publication www.researchfront.in ISSN(Online) 2320-8341 ;
“Research Front”, A Multidisciplinary International Peer reviewed online
journal – Research Article Name- “Analysis of Teacher Education in
India”.
 Appointed as a member of editorial board of a multidisciplinary
International Refereed Research Journal, “Research Dimensions”, ISSN2249-3867 from 14/11/2013.
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 Publication of article “Analysis of organic farming in India” in Indian
Streams Research Journal (ISSN-2230-7850) Impact Factor -21506 (UIF)
on Page 16.
 Online Paper Publication www.researchfront.in ISSN (Online) 2320-8341
(Impact Factor- 1.115); “Research Front”, A Multidisciplinary
International Peer reviewed online journal, “Analytical Study of Senior
Citizens in India “on page 79.
 Worked as Issue Editor for Special Issue of Research Dimensions A Multi
Disciplinary Peer-reviewed International Research Journal( ISSN 2249-3867)
(Impact Factor- 1.4992) which published the papers in UGC Sponsored Two Day
National Seminar on “Alternative Dispute Resolution System - Need of the
Hour” Held on 13th & 14th Sept.2014,” Organised by Ismailsaheb Mulla Law
College Satara.
 Article on “Legal Implications of E-contract in E-commerce in India””
is published in Conference proceeding of International Conference held
on 10th and 11th Feb, 2014 on “Emerging Trends In Commerce,
Economics and Management” organized by Rayat Shikshan Sanstha’s
Dhananjayrao Gadgil College of Commerce, Satara in association with
International Association of Academicians and Researchers (INAAR)
published in print and online publication in International Research
Journal of Commerce, Business and Social Sciences (IRJHEI) Vol. III,
Issue 11 (I), Feb.2015 ISSN: 2277-9329, pageno.7.
 Article on “ Analysis of the Position of Ombudsman in India” is
published in Dayanand Law Journal, Vol. XIII, July 2014 (ISSN 2250
186X)page 56.
 Article on “ Right to Education in India: A Critical Analysis ” is
published in Research Dimensions, A Multidisciplinary Peer-reviewed
International Research Journal, Special Issue, 2014 (ISSN 2249- 3867)
Impact Factor- 1.4992, page 135.
 Article on “Innovative Tools and Techniques of teaching Learning
evaluation” is published in Proceeding book (ISBN 978-81-930466-1-6) of
NAAC sponsored Two Day seminar on “Quality Enhancement in
Teaching, Learning and Evaluation “organized by Dhananjayrao Gadgil
College of Commerce, Satara, on page no.32.
Prof. Ms. Jawale R.J. : Paper published in Peer Reviewed International Journal of Advanced
computer Engineering and Architecture, ISSN No: 2248-9452. Andhra
Pradesh – Machilipattanam on ‘Information Technology- Socio legal study
and Conference 7th and 8th Jan. 2012.
 Paper published in Journal ISBN No 978-81-89730-20-8. Parbhani on
subject Perspectives on Rabindranath Tagore.
 Article published in International Journal on the topic ‘Water Literacy and
Social Awareness.
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 Published Research Article entitled on Right to Education Act, 2009Critical Analysis and Challenges in its implementation” in ISSN-BookRight to Education West Bengal
 Published a research Article entitled “ The rights of children to free and
compulsory education Act 2009: Critical Analysis and challenges in its
implementation” in International Journal of current Research Vol. 6,
Issue 7 pp 7703-7709 in July 2014.
 Published a research paper entitled “The Right to education as a basic
human right” in ISSN Research Journal Jalgaon.
 Participated and presented a research paper on the topic “Rights of
Women and Children as Vulnerable group – A critical Study” in
National Seminar on “HUMAN RIGHTS OF WOMEN AND
CHILDREN” Organized by Azad College of Education dated 7th and 8th
March 2015. Also published a research paper in RESEARCH FRONT,
An International Multidisciplinary Research Journal, ISSN,Online : 23208341, Print: 2320-6446, Impact Factor: 1.115.
 Editor of Special Issue on Right to Education Act 2009, Research
Dimensions, A Multidisciplinary Peer-reviewed International Research
Journal, Special Issue, 2014 (ISSN 2249- 3867) Impact Factor- 1.4992.
 Published a research Article entitled “Alternative Dispute Resolution
System- Need of
the Hour”
in Research Dimensions, A
Multidisciplinary Peer-reviewed International Research Journal, Special
Issue, 2014 (ISSN 2249- 3867) Impact Factor- 1.4992
 Published a Research Paper on the topic “Right to Healthcare as a Basic
Human Right – A Critical Study” in Research Front , An International
Peer Reviewed multidisciplinary Research Journal ISSN Print 2320- 8341,
Impact Factor 1.115.
Prof. Mr. Nikumbh G.Y. : Published an article on ‘Human Rights of Working women under the
Indian Constitution” in special issue, III, at page 33-38 available at
www.researchfront .in.
 Work on Editorial Board on Special Issue of November 2014 on “Access to
Health Care Services: A Basic Human Right” of International Multidisciplinary
(Online) Research Journal “Research Front” with ISSN 2320-8341 with
Impact Factor- 1.115.
Prof. Mr. Jadhav N.R. : Published article in “Cyber Literature” An International Biannual on
line Journal.
Prof. Mr. Kolekar Y.P. : Public interest litigation and right to prisoners. (Criminal Law Journal,
Vol.108, Part 1229, May 2002, p J113) (SCJL)
 Handcuffing and Rights of Prisoners. L.N. & V. 2002 July, P.15
 Abortion Law Worldwide with Emphasis on Savita Halappanavar case
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 Number of papers published by faculty and students in peer reviewed
journals (national / international) – 5
 Number of publications listed in International Database (for Eg: Web
of Science, Scopus, And Humanities International Complete, Dare
Database - International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)No
 Monographs- Dr. Jadhav A.Y. wrote and published a book on Maharshi
Vitthal Ramaji Shinde.
 Chapter in Books : By Dr. Jadhav A.Y. has written chapters in books of
B.A. Part I,II,III and M.A. Part I,II of Shivaji
University Kolhapur.
 Books Edited: Dr. Jadhav A.Y. has edited books of B.A. Part I,II,III and
M.A. Part I,II of Shivaji University Kolhapur.
 Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of publishers- 1
Published a book “Essentials of Information Technology Law” co authored with
Yogesh Kolekar in March 2015, published by Notion press, Chennai with ISBN10 938487857X and ISBN-13 9789384878573 in English as paperback print
edition and online edition, available in print in India and abroad as International
publication at www.notionpress.com, www.amazon.in , www.infibeam.com ,
www.bookadda.com, www.flipkart.com and www.sapnaonline.com
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SNIP
SJR
Impact factor
h-index
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3.4.4
Provide details (if any) of
 Research awards received by the faculty
 Prof. Patil D.P. has received First Rank in Avishkar Competition
organised by Shivaji University Kolhapur held in 2011-12.
 Dr. Jadhav A.Y. has received two state level awards from Maharashtra
Unification Conference, Yashawantrao Chavan Open University, and
Nashik. And Shanti Niketan, Sangli, and Yashawant Sharad
Prabodhini and Research institute, Pune.
 Prof. R.J. Jawale has received Third Rank in Avishkar Competition
organised by Shivaji University Kolhapur held in 2014-15.
 Recognition received by the faculty from reputed professional
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bodies and agencies, nationally and internationally -No
 Incentives given to faculty for receiving state, national and
international recognitions for research contributions. -No
3.5
Consultancy
3.5.1
Give details of the systems and strategies for establishing
institute-industry interface?
Sr. System adopted by strategies for establishing institute-industry
no. college
interface
Legal Aid Committee  Organization of legal aid and literacy camps
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in villages so as to create legal awareness
among people.
 In the internship programme of the students
they have to visit court, various
governmental
and
non-governmental
agencies and orgnisations.
Legal Aid Clinic
 providing free legal aid to poor and needy
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people through the legal aid clinic.
women’s
redressal  To take care and solve the issues relating to
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cell
women in college
3.5.2
What is the stated policy of the institution to promote
consultancy? How is the available expertise advocated and
publicized?
 Creating Legal Awareness is one of the important objects of
institution, to fulfill the object of institution organize legal literacy
camps, Para Legal Training Programmes etc.
 The Staff, Students, Honorary Lecturers and Advocates from Satara
Bar provide free legal consultancy to needy and poor people.
 The legal aid activities are published through news papers and by
mouth to mouth publicity.
3.5.3
How does the institution encourage the staff to utilize their
expertise and available facilities for consultancy services?
 College encourages the staff by providing separate room for
consultancy services such as women’s redressal cell, legal aid clinic.
 College provides technical facilities such as computer, internet, printer,
Xerox etc. for consultancy services.
3.5.4
List the broad areas and major consultancy services provided by
the institution and the revenue generated during the last four
years.
 Institution had provided consultancy services majorly in the area of
law through legal aid camps, legal aid clinic, women’s redressal cell,
Para legal training programmes, Industrial Visits, Jail Visits also visits
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to various governmental and non-governmental agencies and
organisations.
 All the consultancy services are provided free of cost.
3.5.5
What is the policy of the institution in sharing the income
generated through consultancy (staff involved: Institution) and
its use for institutional development?
 All consultancy services are provided gratitutiously by faculty as well
as alumni.
3.6
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Extension Activities and Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR)
How does the institution promote institution-neighborhoodcommunity network and student engagement, contributing to
good citizenship, service orientation and holistic development of
students?
The College is proactive in effective discharge of its social
responsibilities and obligations towards the community and the nation.
This is well evident from the fact that majority of activities are covered
with extensive participation of students. This has created a positive
impact on the neighboring stakeholders and provided avenues to the
students for holistic development. These activities are:
Karmaveer Rally :
Every year on September 22, Faculty members and students take out a
rally in Satara city for promotion of literacy awareness among the
masses. The students interact with the local folks.
The students carries at the time of rally flex, hoardings etc. to
demonstrate slogans and information about importance of literacy and
value education.
Legal Literacy programs :
The College is consistently organizing legal literacy programmes such
as legal aid camps, Para legal training programmes, jail visits, street
play etc.
Lectures of eminent Judges, lawyers are organized by the college for
the students for creating legal awareness among the students.
Blood Donation:
Blood Donation Camp is organised in the College.
Faculty and students participate in blood donation camps organized on
the occasion of Karmaveer Jayanti every year.
Holistic Development of Students:
The College regularly organizes various programmes such as V.N.
Patil Memorial Lecture series in which lectures of eminent social
workers are organized every year.
Rupali Tawade Inter collegiate elocution competition organized in
which the subjects given are relevant to present social, political and
economical conditions in the society.
Environment Conservation:
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 The College faculty was instrumental in inspiring the students to take
part in all activities implemented in the College for environment
conservation.
 College offers saplings to guests at the time of their felicitation.
 College organizes programmes related to environment consciousness
including an activity in association with Wild Life Society, Satara in
which students are guided in Snake catching and wild life protections.
 Organising ‘Street Plays’ on Environment protection by students in
Vasundhara Festival.
Health Check up : Dr. Manisha Thorat has appointed as medical consultant for our
students’ health related problems.
 College in association with Civil Hospital Satara conducts health
checkup and medical consultancy for our girl students.
Social Values:
 On the occasion of Ganesh Festival and Diwali festival our students
explain the hazardous effects of Air, water, noise pollution and induce
the community not to burst the crackers and play the Dolby sound
systems beyond permissible decibels.
 As envisaged in its mission statement the College nurture social values
among the students.
 Students participate in various programs to commemorate the
anniversaries of national heroes and events.
3.6.2
What is the Institutional mechanism to track students’
involvement in various social movements / activities which
promote citizenship roles?
 Students participate in various activities such as Lead College
Activities, Youth Festival, Seminar, Workshop, blood donation camps,
street plays, elocution, quiz, essay writing competitions.
 Faculty encourages students are to participate in various extracurricular
and social activities and motivate and support them in preparation of
their performance.
 The college arranges their travel allowances and registration fees for
the various activities.
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How does the institution solicit stakeholder perception on the
overall performance and quality of the institution?
The college solicits students’ perception through their feedback;
The college solicits Parents’ perception through interaction with them;
The college solicits LMC members’ perception through interaction
with them;
The college solicits Alumni’s perception through interaction with them
at Alumni Meets etc. The Institution has proud alumni most of the pass
out students had joined Judiciary and Working as Judge and
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magistrates, some of the students are working as PSI. Sales Tax
Inspectors, as lecturers, well knew advocates and also working on the
different governmental and non governmental bodies.
 Every year Students secured rank in the University Merit list.
 All teachers are engaged in one or the other research activities.
 The college organizes various guest lectures and invites eminent,
judges, lawyers, social workers, human rights activists and expert from
various filed for intellectual interaction and discourse of thought
amongst all stake holders.
3.6.4
How does the institution plan and organize its extension and
outreach programmes? Providing the budgetary details for last
four years, list the major extension and outreach programmes
and their impact on the overall development of students.
The extension and outreach activities are planned in the
beginning of the academic year. The College IQA Cell plans and
monitors such activities while the individual committees plan and
execute such activities.
IQA Cell:
 The College IQA Cell plans all the activities including academic,
curricular, and co-curricular and extension in the beginning of the
academic year.
 This is done after deliberations with the Chairman of the different
Committees.
 The planned activities are uploaded on the website in the form of a
Calendar for the information of students and other stakeholders.
 The IQA Cell also brings about to the notice of individual committee
members and other faculty members these planned activities for
implementation.
 The IQA Cell on an average plan sixty different activities for a given
academic year.
Committees: The following are the Committees which are directly
involved with planning and execution of extension and outreach
activities. Each committee has a sub-committee or a unit with two to
three faculty members to execute various planned and unplanned
activities.
Budgetary provisions of last four years are as follows.
Extension and Outreach Activity
2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15
Student Activities
12581/- 14893/- 25457/13845/13000/V.N. Patil Memorial Lecture Series
450/2235/9030/7656/1000/Legal Aid Camps
1470/1000/Moot Court Competitions
115471/91380
65000/Rupali Tawade Elocution Competition 3623/4082/4631/4700/5000/ Students get stage daring, confidence in public speaking and perfection
in self expression and presentation skills. Students are made aware of
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the ground realities existing in the society which demonstrate the
necessity to assess the needs of society and represent them in the best
possible manner as a part of their social and professional
responsibilities.
 Participation of students in various seminars, workshops and extension
activities gives them opportunities to analyse national and
international legal provisions and to make comparative study before
adopting them to local and regional situations.
 By organizing various programmes through Students council and
Student’s Bar Association, the students enhance their organizational
skill, communication skill and managerial skills which equipped them
with global competencies.
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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?
Institution doesn’t provide NSS, NCC, and YRC Services.
College organizes Legal Aid Camps in various villages to promote the
legal awareness amongst the people.
College organizes Para Legal Training Programmes in association with
Satara District Legal Services Authority.
In internship programme for the students they have to visit various
governmental and non-governmental organizations such as Jail,
Remand home, Industries, Local Self Government Institution etc. and
write a report of the observations made by them at the time of visit.
Students and Faculty are the active members of wild life society.
Some of the faculty members are actively engaged as members of
Local / National agencies in their deliberations and activities.
3.6.6
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Give details on social surveys, research or extension work (if any)
undertaken by the college to ensure social justice and empower
students from under-privileged and vulnerable sections of
society?
The following research is undertaken by the college to ensure
social justice and empower students from under-privileged and
vulnerable sections of society:
 Dr. Jadhav A.Y. has undertaken research on ‘Gandhi’s Ideas of
Satyagraha and its relevance today with reference to mass agitation by
Anna Hajare’.
 Dr. Pawar S.S. has undertaken research on ‘Implementation of Bio
medical Waste (Management and Handling) Rules 1998 by hospitals in
Satara city’.
 Prof. Kamble C.N. has undertaken research on an empirical study of
socio legal problem of child labour.
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 Prof. Desai Y. N. has undertaken research on Right of under trial
prisoners with special reference to free legal aid.
 Prof. Patil D.P. has undertaken research on a study on lok adalat in
Satara city.
 Prof. Nikumbh G.Y. has undertaken research on A Study on Right to
Health as a basic Human Right.
 Prof. Jawale R.J. has undertaken research on right and rehabilitation of
slum dwellers in Satara city.
The following extension work is undertaken by the college to
ensure social justice and empower students from under-privileged and
vulnerable sections of society:
 Dr. Pawar S.S., Prof. Suryawanshi M.N., Prof. Patil D.P. has delivered
lectures on women empowerment
 The College Legal aid Clinic works for creating awareness of social
rights amongst the poor and women and conducts legal aid camps in
villages.
 Institution had in every year carried out certain extension activities
such as legal aid camps, jail visits, and Para legal training programmes.
Environmental projects etc. College regularly organizes various
extension projects and activities to empower students from the under
privileged and vulnerable sections of the society. Attention is mainly
focused to empower the students in the area of Economic, Health and
Social issues.
 The students have visited various Governmental / Non-Governmental
organizations / Agencies to observe practical implementation of laws.
 To make the students Environment Protections Conscious a
Programme was organized in association with Wild Life Society,
Satara in which Dr. Amit Sayyad has guided the students in Snake
catching and wild life protections.
3.6.7 Reflecting on objectives and expected outcomes of the extension
activities organized by the institution, comment on how they
complement students’ academic learning experience and specify
the values and skills inculcated.
 The extension activities organized by institution are solely for the
overall development of students.
 In Para Legal Training Programmes Judges are invited to aware the
students law in books and law in practice.
 In legal aid camps students deliver lecture on different legal topics and
convey the legal provisions to poor and needy people Students get
stage daring, confidence in public speaking and perfection in self
expression and presentation skills. Students are made aware of the
ground realities existing in the society which demonstrate the necessity
to assess the needs of society and represent them in the best possible
manner as a part of their social and professional responsibilities.
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 Through Jail Visit they get firsthand knowledge of jail provisions in
jail, rules of jail etc. Thus through these extension works their
academic learning experience will be increased.
 Industrial visits aware the students about various Labour and Industrial
Laws. Visits to Governmental and Non-Governmental organization
help the students to know its actual working.
 Various students of our college are members of Wild Life Society,
Satara and helps in snake catching and wild life protections which
make them environment conscious.
3.6.8 How does the institution ensure the involvement of the community
in its reach out activities and contribute to the community
development? Detail on the initiatives of the institution that
encourage community participation in its activities?
 The community is involved in the extension activities of the institution
mainly through two bodies, the Local Managing Committee and the
Alumni Association.
 The objectives of the extension activities are student development as
well as community development institution organizes different
extension activities such as V.N. Patil Memorial Lecture Series. Legal
Aid Camps, Para Legal Training Programmes, Moot Court
Competition, Health Checkup, Women’s Redressal Cell, Legal Aid
Clinic etc. in which there is direct community involvement.
 For Community involvement institution display the information about
these activities in news papers, flex of the programme has be displayed
at the conspicuous place of the college, on college Website and is also
available in college prospectus.
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Give details on the constructive relationships forged (if any) with
other institutions of the locality for working on various outreach
and extension activities.
The institution has developed constructive relationship with district
legal services authority of Satara District Court for carrying out
different extension activities.
Various students and faculty of our college Wild Life Society active
member.
One of the faculty members Mrs. Suryawanshi M.N. is active member
of legal aid committee of District Legal Services Authority of Satara.
Faculty of our college also actively involved in extension activities
such as panel Member on Lok Adalat programme organized by District
Legal Services Authority of Satara.
Give details of awards received by the institution for extension
activities and/contributions to the social/community development
during the last four years.
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3.7
3.7.1
Collaboration
How does the institution collaborate and interact with research
laboratories, institutes and industry for research activities. Cite
examples and benefits accrued of the initiatives - collaborative
research, staff exchange, sharing facilities and equipment,
research scholarships etc.
To give up-to-date knowledge of Cyber crimes and Information
Technology Law to student and community in Satara, we have signed
MOU with Asian School of Cyber Law, a renowned institute of
International reputation and have started two distance mode Diploma
course in Diploma in Cyber Law and Diploma in Intellectual Property
Law for the first time in Satara City.
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Provide details on the MoUs/collaborative arrangements (if any)
with institutions of national importance/other universities/
industries/Corporate (Corporate entities) etc. and how they have
contributed to the development of the institution.
Institution had made collaboration with District Legal Services
Authority in their Co-operation institution arrange different Para legal
training programmes
MOU with Satara District Bar Association,
MOU with Asian School of Law has been signed in their collaboration
two courses i.e. Certificate Course in Intellectual Property Laws and
Certificate Course in Cyber Law have been conducted in the
institution.
College also in collaboration with Samajwadi Probodhini, Satara
conducted various lectures of eminent speakers on social issues.
MOU with Wild Life Society, Satara run by Dr. Amit Sayyad to train
our students in snake catching and wild life protection.
MOU with NGO’s with involved in social work in Satara District
Called AWARD.
MOU with NGO Mahila Mandal, Satara
MOU with Parivartan Grameen Vikas Sanstha, Ahamadnagar
MOU with Shramajivi Janata Sahayak Mandal, Satara.
MOU with AASTHA Development Association.
MOU with Speciality Urtheance, Addl. MIDC, Satara
MOU with Rayat Institute of Research and Development (RIRD).
Most of the institutions having MOU with our college are
related to social welfare. The college organizes different activities and
training programmes, in association with these institutions which
enhance the student’s participation, their self expression and social
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responsibility. The college, with the help of these institutions involved
contributes to the welfare of the society.
3.7.3
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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.
Establishment of Placement and Career Guidance Cell
Coaching for MPSC and JMFC Competitive Examinations
Coaching for All India Bar Examination held by Bar Council of India.
Counselling provided to society through legal aid clinic in Law
College.
Organisation of interactive deliberations for exchange of ideas amongst
of stakeholders.
Implementation of value added and skill developed courses for
equipping law students with global competency.
Highlighting the names of eminent scientists/participants who
contributed to the events, provide details of national and
international conferences organized by the college during the last
four years.
National Seminar on Right of Children to Free and Compulsory
Education Act 2009: Critical Analysis and Challenges in its
Implementation held on 22nd & 23rd August, 2014. Eminent
participants
o Dr. Vinod Kumar, Asst. Prof. National Law University (NLU),
Delhi.
o Dr. Hirani H.M., Reader & Guide, Pune University, Pune
o Dr. Harsha Marchant, Professor, SNDT Womens University, Dept.
of Education, Mumbai.
o Dr. Jaysankar K.I., Professor, S.S. Maniyar Law College, Jalgaon.
o Dr. Murali Karanum Karanum, Professor, Tata Institute of Social
Science, Mumbai
National Seminar on Alternative Dispute Resolution System : Need
of the Hour held on 13th & 14th September, 2014. Eminent
participants
o Hon’ble Justice, Shri. S.C. Dharmadhikari, Judge, Bombay
High Court, Mumbai
o Adv. Santosh A. Shah, Senior Advocate, Kolhapur
o Dr. MRK Prasad, Asst. Prof. V.M. Salgonkar Law College,
Goa.
o Adv. Rajshekhar S. Malushte, Trained Mediator, Ratnagiri.
o Dr. C.S. Patil, Dean, Karnataka State Law University,
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Navnagar, Hubli
o Dr. S.T. Nirvani, Asst. Prof. Hurakadli, Ajja Law College,
Dharwad, Karnataka.
3.7.5 How many of the linkages/collaborations have actually resulted in
formal MoUs and
agreements ? List out the activities and
beneficiaries and cite examples (if any) of the established linkages
that enhanced and/or facilitated
There are 11 collaborations have actually resulted in formal
MOUs with the Institution.
Sr.
No.
1
2
3
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5
6
7
8
9
10
11
MOU
Area of Collaboration /
Activity
Satara
District
Bar Legal Aid and Para Legal
Association
Services
Asian School of Cyber Laws relating to Cyber space
Law, Pune
and Intellectual property.
Samajwadi
Probodini, Social
and
Political
satara
Philosophy
Wild Life Society, Satara Environmental Conservation
Beneficiary
Students
and
Community
Students
and
faculty
Students, Faculty
and Community
Students, Faculty
and Community
NGOs
Rural Development and Students, Faculty
“AWARD”
Empowerment of Women
and Community
Mahila Mandal, Satara
Empowernment of Women Students, Faculty
through “Bachat Gat”
and Community
Parivartan
Grameen Abolutions of Superstitions Students, Faculty
Vikas
Sanstha, and Health Awareness
and Community
Ahamadnagar
Speciality
Urtheance, Exposer to the student about Students
and
Addl. MIDC, Satara
the implementation of labour Faculty
and industrial laws.
Shramajivi
Janata Empowerment of weaker Students,
and
Sahayak Mandal, Satara sections of the society, Rural Faculty
Community
development
AASTHA Development Empowerment of weaker Students,
Association, Satara
sections of the society,
Faculty
and
Community
Rayat
Institute
of Research activities of faculty Students,
Faculty
and
Research
and and students
Community
Development (RIRD).
3.7.6 Detail on the systemic efforts of the institution in planning,
establishing and Implementing the initiatives of
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linkages/collaborations.
The college takes systemic efforts in planning, establishing and
implementing the initiatives of the linkages/collaborations by:
Planning various activities with national, state, local bodies, industries
and research institutes to boost research, consultancy and extension
tasks.
Organising various workshops, seminars and extension activities.
Organizing Para-legal training progrrammes and internship activities in
association District legal Services Authority, District Court, Satara
Organising various lectures and programmes in association with Local
Self Governmental Institutions, NGOs and experts from Industry.
Any other relevant information regarding Research, Consultancy and
Extension which the college would like to include.
Research:
 The financial support- in form of registration fees and duty leave,
workload adjustment is provided by college to the staff members for
participation and presentation of research paper at national and
international seminar / workshop / conferences.
 Encouraging students to publish research articles in journals- offline
and online and other legal periodicals.
 Motivating and guiding students in their research work, project
assignment and moot court preparations.
 Training programmes are conducted for students and faculty to know
how to use online database, manupatra, inflibnet etc.
 Many research articles and case studies have been published by the
faculty and the students with the help of online database.
Consultancy:
 Faculty offers voluntary legal consultancy services and counseling to
students, alumni and needy from society.
 Many of our faculty members give informative lectures on Satara
Akashvani, Cable TV network and lead agitations by unorganized
workers, project affected persons etc.
 Faculty members write extensively on socially and legally relevant
issues in local news papers and magazines for creating public
awareness.
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CRITERION IV: INFRASTRUCTURE 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 policy of the institution for creation and enhancement of
infrastructure to facilitate effective teaching and learning is prepared
by the L.M.C. in consultation with the Building Committee, Purchase
Committee.
 Keeping in view the current dynamics of effective teaching and
learning and demands of new courses, the LMC makes a policy to
create and enhance new infrastructure and renovate the existing
infrastructure.
 The policy is implemented by the Purchase Committee and Building
Committee.
 For facilitating effective teaching and learning institution has planned
to develop a digital class in each class room and also purchased
modern equipments of teaching such as computer with internet facility,
projectors, and glass boards.
 College has established a moot court hall for providing practical
knowledge of courts to students.
4.1.2 Detail the facilities available for
a) Curricular and co-curricular activities –
CLASSROOMS:
 Our college has 10 spacious class rooms with proper light arrangement and
ventilation, Dias and Podium, seating arrangement with proper visibility
for both students and teachers and interactive white and green boards
TECHNOLOGY ENABLED LEARNING SPACES:
 The college has ICT Classroom where the provision of Multimedia
learning, Wi-Fi connectivity and internet access is given.
 Institution has a computer lab with 25 computers. All computers in the lab
are internet connected.
SEMINAR HALL:
 The college has a seminar hall.
TUTORIAL SPACES:
 Class rooms of the college are used for tutorial classes.
LABORATORIES:
 The college does not have laboratories as such but for practical session
well equipped Moot Court hall is separately developed, which facilitates
students to conduct regular practicals and mootcourt competitions during
the session.
 BOTANICAL GARDEN: NA
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SPECIALIZED FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT FOR TEACHING,
LEARNING AND RESEARCH:
 The college has a computer lab with nearly 25 computers. The staff is
given a free access to internet so that they can enrich their knowledge and
then in turn the students can benefit from their experience and knowledge.
 The computerized library also helps the staff and the students of under
graduate classes to understand the value of research.
b) Extra –curricular activities –
 SPORTS: College has independent sports block located in institution
premise.
 OUTDOOR : For outdoor games we use play grounds of parent
institution. (Shivaji college, Satara.), as per need we also hire stadium
of municipal corporation. The college has following facilities for
outdoor games:
Well maintained ground for playing kabaddi, volleyball, basketball,
badminton and kho-kho, cricket and made available for Annual
Outdoor Games.
 INDOOR GAMES
The college also has facilities for playing following indoor games:
o Carrom board
o Chess
 GYMKHANA ROOM : YES
AUDITORIUM:
 As per requirement the college uses auditorium of other colleges of our
parent institution.(Y.C.College of Science, Satara).
 In the year 2012-13 place is made available by Rayat Shikshan
Sanstha, Satara for exclusive use of the college.
 NCC: No
CULTURAL ACTIVITIES:
 College has a multipurpose hall with capacity of 100 students where all
the cultural activities of the college are carried out. College Activity
organisation committee conducts such activities.
PUBLIC SPEAKING:
 The college has public addressing system that is used in all the
functions of the college.
COMMUNICATION SKILL DEVELOPMENT:
 Personality development programmes are organized by the college
which involves various activities like public speaking and
communication development etc. Besides this, the college faculty
keeps on enriching the students with communicative skills.
YOGA:
 Free Coaching of YOGA is provided to interested students and
Infrastructural facility is made available by the college.
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HEALTH AND HYGIENE:
 College has a very special concern for the health and hygiene of the
students, staff and other members.
 Pure drinking water is made available in the campus.
 A first aid room located in the premises.
 The college has appointed Dr. Manisha Thorat as medical consultant to
take care of health of our students.
WOMEN DEVELOPMENT CELL:
 Women Redressal cell has been established in the college.
 The cell brings awareness among the girl students regarding women
related issues and problems.
 The Cell resolves the problems / difficulties of the girl students and
provides emotional and psychological counseling to them.
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?
Give
specific
examples
of
the
facilities
developed/augmented and the amount spent during the last four
years (Enclose the Master Plan of the Institution/ campus and
indicate the existing physical infrastructure and the future planned
expansions if any).
 The Local Management Committee and Internal Quality Assurance
Cell play key role in all the planning and execution activities to give
impetus to infrastructure development.
 Efforts are continuously being made to keep pace in infrastructure
development with the academic needs.
 The issues of class-rooms, faculty, support services and other
infrastructure are addressed before initiating any new program.
 The class rooms are occupied every time for teaching programmes,
skill development courses and workshops.
 The college seminar hall is constantly used for academic functions,
cultural programmes, festivals, and interactive sessions of the students
and the faculty with eminent educationists.
 The college library ensures the optimum use of the books and journals.
 The reading room is always fully occupied with students quietly
focused on the reference books.
 The Seminar Hall is regularly used for conducting seminars and
presentations.
 The Moot Court Hall is used to conduct Moot Court Competition.
 Gymkhana Room is equipped with necessary sports materials.
Specific examples of the infrastructural facilities developed/
augmented/the amount spent during the last four years:
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Year
Infrastructural facilities developed/ augmented
200910
201011
amount
spent
64455/24407/12610/61800/35501/22000/66000/8100/109300/40000/28121/20490/17000/22000/92887/7900/24000/6500/39169/2055715/-
Computer and Equipment
Furniture
Furniture
Computer
Inverter Battery
2011- UPS (S.T.)
12
Inverter Battery (ST)
Chair (ST)
Computer (UGC)
L.C.D. (UGC)
Furniture (Sr.)
Biometric System (Sr.)
Student Information Software
Library Software (Online Data Base Access)
2012- Furniture - Moot Court Competition
13
Computer (Sr.)
Library Software (Online Data Base Access)
Computer (ST)
Computer Lab- Furniture (ST)
Aqua guard, Reprographic, Fax, Water Cooler, Modem,
Audio, Inverter Battery, Lab. Exp., Computer , Printer,
Laptop, UPS, Laminator, LCD (UGC-Additional
Assistance Scheme)
2013- Projector (UGC)
30795/14
Head Phone, Collar Mike (UGC)
10330/Printer (UGC)
5250/Camera (UGC)
15000/Steel Cupboard (UGC)
1,14,131/Steel Powder Coating – Chair (COC)
Dual Desk (COC)
Furniture (Sr.)
60316/Furniture (Short Term)
68119/Library Software (Online Database Access)
25,000/Tally Software (A/c)
4500/2014- Furniture (Sr.)
76,835/15
UGC (Additional Assistance Scheme)
20,00,000/Master Plan of the Institution will be made available at the time of
Peer Team Visit
4.1.4 How does the institution ensure that the infrastructure facilities
meet the requirements of students with physical disabilities?
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The College firmly believes in equal opportunity to youths
irrespective of their physical disability. For the students with physical
disability the College has provided following amenities/ facilities:
Ramp is made available at the entrance of the college.
Lift facility is made available.
All the buildings are provided with railing for easy access of physically
disabled students to class-rooms.
Special seating arrangement at ground level is provided in the library
for physically handicapped for access to library services.
During examination, the College makes arrangements for providing all
admissible facilities including a writer to physically disabled students.
During examination the College makes separate seating arrangement to
physically disabled and give extra writing time as per the rules of the
University.
4.1.5 Give details on the residential facility and various provisions
available within them:
 Hostel Facility – Accommodation available
 Recreational facilities, gymnasium, yoga center, etc.
 Computer facility including access to internet in hostel
 Facilities for medical emergencies
 Library facility in the hostels
 Internet and Wi-Fi facility
 Recreational facility-common room with audio-visual
equipments
 Available residential facility for the staff and occupancy
Constant supply of safe drinking water
 Security
- Institution does not have residential facility, students of our
institution accommodated in the hostels of our sister institutions and
following facilities are made available to them:
- Recreational facilities,
- Facilities for medical emergencies
- Recreational facility-common room with audio-visual
equipments
- Constant supply of safe drinking water
- Security
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?
 College has a very special concern for the health and hygiene of the
students, staff and other members.
 Arrangement for pure drinking water has made available at each floor
of building.
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 Every day the premise of the college is keep clean and neat. To
supervise and monitor cleanliness and pleasant ambiance in college
premises, cleanliness and college beautification committee has been
constituted.
 A first aid room is made available in the premises.
 The college has appointed Dr. Manisha Thorat as medical consultant to
take care of health of our students.
4.1.7 Give details of the Common Facilities available on the campus –
spaces for special units like IQAC, Grievance Redressal unit,
Women’s Cell, Counseling and Career Guidance, Placement Unit,
Health Centre, Canteen, recreational spaces for staff and students,
safe drinking water facility, auditorium, etc.
To achieve the stated goals in the vision and mission statements
and to focus on the holistic development of the students the College
has made available the following facilities on the campus.
 IQA Cell: The IQA Cell has become the nucleus of all the planning,
monitoring and coordinating tasks for effective implementation of
academic, curricular, co-curricular and extension activities. The IQA
Cell is provided with office furniture, conference table, LCD projector
and monitor, printer, computer with broadband internet connectivity
and filing cabinets.
 Grievance Redressal unit:- The College has a committee for
Redressal of Grievances. The College encourages the students to
communicate their grievances, complaints or suggestions to the
College authorities. Complaint-cum grievances boxes are fixed in the
building to tackle the problems of grievances.
 Women’s Cell:- The strength of girl students in the College is around
60 percent and over ninety percent of them come from rural villages.
The College has established women’s Redressal Cell for the socioeconomic development of girl students. The cell organizes various
events and competitions including, singing, debate, rangoli, Rangoli
and Cookery. Cell also tackles problems of girl students as well as
women outside of college.
 Girls’ Common Room: The College has provided a special room for
girls. The room is provided with washroom, mirror, soap and napkins,
table and chairs, desk.
 Grievance Redressal Committee for Women (Mahila Takrar
Nivaran Samiti): The College has Grievance Redressal Committee for
Women (Mahila Takrar Nivaran Samiti) for protection and care of girl
students and female staff members. The committee comprises of
female staff members and girl students. Girl students are encouraged to
register their complaints and are assured of keeping their identity
concealed. Girls can inform the committee if they come across any
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such incident. The College has well established rapport with the local
police for the social safety and security of girl students.
Counseling and Career Guidance:- The College has made provision
for career and employment guidance to the students. The centre
comprises of a well furnished office managed by faculty member. The
Centre organizes peer lectures, facilitate students for applying to
various competitive exams, display employment advertisements and
extend counseling services. The centre also organizes and monitors
placement services.
 Health Centre:- A first aid room located in the premises. The
college has appointed Dr. Manisha Thorat as medical consultant to
take care of health of our students.
Canteen:- : The College has a canteen to take care needs of hygienic
snacks and food stuffs. The canteen also serves bottled drinking water,
tea and coffee. The food quality and general hygienic conditions of the
canteen are monitored by the members of Committee for Infrastructure
Development and Maintenance.
Recreational spaces for staff and students:- The college Staff room
is well equipped and furnished with necessary furniture. The staff
room has study tables as well as cupboards for the teachers. There is a
very spacious and well furnished room for the students where they can
relax in their free periods.
Safe drinking water facility:- Six water coolers with provisions for
RO water purifiers have been installed in the college campus for
supply of drinking water to students and the staff.
Auditorium:- As per requirement institution use auditorium of other
institution of our parent institution.(Y.C.College of Science, Satara) In
the year 2012-13 place is made available by Rayat Shikshan Sanstha,
Satara for exclusive use of the college.
Fire extinguishers are made available at every floor in the college for
emergency situation.
4.2 Library as a Learning Resource
4.2.1
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Does the library have an Advisory Committee? Specify the
composition of such a committee. What significant initiatives
have been implemented by the committee to render the library,
student/user friendly?
Yes, Institution has separate library advisory committee .
Sr. No. Name
Designation
1
Mr. Shirke S.J.
Chairperson
2
Dr. Pawar S.S.
Member
3
Prof. Mr. Kamble C. N.
Member
4
Prof. Mrs. Suryawanshi M. N.
Member
5
Prof. Mrs. Patil D. P.
Member
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6
7
8
Prof. Miss. Jawale R.J.
Shri. Aute K.B..
Shri. Pawar S.S.
Member
Member
Member
The following significant initiatives have been implemented by the
committee to render the library, student/user friendly:
 A Reading Room equipped with adequate number of tables and
chairs for the students.
 Free access of books to students.
 Library facility is available to Ex-students also.
 A separate periodical section has also been created in the library.
 A Book Bank has been functioning in the college, providing books
to underprivileged students.
 Scholar Cards Schemes for advanced learners.
 Special help is rendered to students preparing for competitions.
 Previous Years question papers, in-house tutorials, tests and final
exams in all the subjects are made available to the students.
 Copies of syllabi prescribed by the university, with question-wise
division of marks etc. are also available to students for ready
reference.
 The library staff keeps the faculty and the students updated
regarding its latest publications and new editions of books.
 The new titles are displayed on the display boards at the entrance
of the library.
 The information regarding new arrivals is also given through the
college notice board.
Initiatives to render the library, student/user friendly:
 The Library Committee always advised for purchase of latest
edition and released Books, Journals, Periodicals.
 Committee suggests for providing book-bank schemes for students.
 SC/ST students are facilitated with the book bank scheme free of
cost and for other category student it is at concessional rate,
 Committee guide the library personnel for displaying new arrivals
for perusal of students
 Computerization of library and making available OPAC system for
students.
 Training for using Manupatra, Inflibnet, AIR given to students
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4.2.2
Provide details of the following:
Total area of the library (in Sq. Mts.)
694.56
Total seating capacity
Total Seating Capacity is 50 Student
INCLUDING STUDY ROOM
Working hours
10.00 am to 6.00 p.m.
On Working days
10.00 am to 6.00 p.m.
Before examination
9.00 am to 6.30 p.m.
During Examination
10.00 am to 6.00 p.m.
During Vacation
Layout of the library (individual Yes, Library has sufficient area for
reading carrels, lounge area for comfortable reading by the students,
browsing and relaxed reading, IT zone Library also has separate computers with
internet facility for accessing e-resources.
for accessing e-resources)
The Copy of layout will be made available for Inspection at the time of
Peer Team Visit.
4.2.3
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Library
holdings
Text books
Reference
Books
Journals/
Periodicals
e-resources
Any other
(specify)
Total
How does the library ensure purchase and use of current titles,
print and
e-journals and other reading materials? Specify the
amount spent on procuring new books, journals and e-resources
during the last four years.
Library has its own advisory committee which advises for new
purchases. The faculty every year gives the requirement of books and
number of its copies as per the student’s strength. The purchase order
for books is given by mail, by telephone or by personal visit also. The
new purchase are entered in Accession Register and made it available
to students.
2010-11
No.
Total
Cost
170
50,047
2011-12
No.
Total
Cost
864
195943
2012-13
No.
Total
Cost
725
204660
2013-14
No.
Total
Cost
384 153509
2014-15
No.
Total
Cost
21
5455
43
12,512
23
7244
33
8557
27
8751
50
85946
10
-
30
5655
41
11814
30
14594
21
4425
-
-
01
-
22000
-
01
-
24000
-
01
04
25000
171892
01
-
25000
-
223
62559
918
230842
800
249031
446
373746
72
120826
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4.2.4 Provide details on the ICT and other tools deployed to provide
maximum access to the library collection?
 OPAC :- Yes, The library is well equipped with books. The library
database can be used by students searching of available books
through title, search by Author, by Subject etc.
 Electronic Resource Management package for e-journals – Yes,
Inflibnet
 federated searching tools to search articles in multiple
databases – Manupatra, Google Scholar, OPAC
 Library Website :There is no separate library website but the college website
includes information about the college library.
 In-house/remote access to e-publications –Yes, Inflibnet, Down
to Earth, Manupatra, AIR
 Library automation- Library automation is done up to 90 %
 Total number of computers for public access - Library having 3
Computers with a server out of these two computers are available
for Student and Staff access.
 Total numbers of printers for public access- Library having a
printer which can be used for providing prints to students only on
demand.
 Internet band width/ speed
□ 2mbps □ 10 mbps □ 1 gb
(GB)- Internet facility is available for every computer with
separate BSNL Internet Modem of 1 GB speed.
 Institutional Repository- yes
 Content management system for e-learning- No
 Participation in Resource sharing networks/consortia (like
Inflibnet) - Yes, Library is member of INFLIBNET, N-List and
Manupatra Database.
4.2.5 Provide details on the following items:
Average number of walk-ins
Average number of walk-ins are near about
50 to 55 Students daily
Average
number
of
books Average number of books issued/returned
issued/returned
40 to 45 Students daily
Ratio of library books to students Ratio 1 : 30
enrolled
Average number of books added during In last three years institution had purchased
last three years
1318 books amounting to Rs.743603
Average number of login to opac Upto 10 to 20 Students Daily
(OPAC)
Average number of login to e-resources
Upto 20 to 30 Students Daily
Average
number
of
e-resources 6 to 10 Students
downloaded/printed
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Number of information literacy trainings
organized
Details of “weeding out” of books and
other materials
Training programme on manupatra
software was conducted.
In last year books from 2010-2015 total
1019 Books are cancelled (Rs.76127.13/-)
4.2.6 Give details of the specialized services provided by the library
The details of Services provided by library are as follows.
 Manuscripts: None
 Reference: Reference material is made available on demand through
the library.
 Reprography: Xerox of part of Books and Journals is allowed. The
College has kept Reprographic machine for the use of students and
staff in the library.
 ILL (Inter Library Loan Service): ILL Service is available in
Library with Azad College, Chhatrapati Shivaji College, Satara, D.G.
College of Commerce, Satara, Yashwantrao Chavan Institute of
Science, Satara and Arts, Science and Commerce College,
Ramanandnagar.
 Information Deployment and Notification: New arrival lists of
Books and Journals are displayed on the Library Notice-Board.
 Download: The library has facility for downloading of books and
journals and making soft copies.
 Printing: The College Library provides limited services for printing.
 Reading list/ Bibliography compilation: college library maintain
reading Lists of Reference Books with their accession numbers for the
use of students and staff.
 In-house/remote access to e-resources: All staff members have been
provided with Manupatra and Inflibnet Data base Id and Pass Word for
accessing manupatra software. Office database of AIR is available
offline.
 User Orientation and Awareness: The following facilities are
extended for orientation and awareness:
- Display of New Arrival list and cover pages.
- Guidance in access to e-resources and e-books and journals.
- Clippings and cuttings of news papers.
- Participation of Librarian and staff in Orientation workshops.
 Assistance in searching Databases: Through library services
computerization.
 INFLIBNET/IUC facilities: Yes
4.2.7
Enumerate on the support provided by the Library staff to the
students and teachers of the college.
 Library Staff is very much Co-operative with students and staff,
 The library staff provides support to student for issuing books, open
access of books to students in searching and finding resources /
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materials, book bank scheme for students, staff also supporting in
selecting book-bank facilities,
 For meritorious students staff provides special attention to provide
them good reading material.
 Staff also provides printout / Reprography facility to students etc.
4.2.8
What are the special facilities offered by the library to the
visually/physically challenged persons? Give details.
The library building is provided with railing for the easy access to
Physically Handicap.
 Special seating arrangement has been marked for the handicapped.
 Handicapped students are given preference to transect his/her business
at the counter in the library.
 The library staff provides, as and when needed, writer services to the
handicapped students.
 The library attendants extend help for the access of the handicapped to
books/ magazines.
4.2.9
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Does the library get the feedback from its users? If yes, how is it
analysed and used for improving the library services. (What
strategies are deployed by the Library to collect feedback from
users? How is the feedback analysed and used for further
improvement of the library services?)
Yes, Library collects feedback from its users the feedback are
collected and analysed by library staff and reports are put before
Library advisory committee, suggestions and monitoring to improve
existing library facilities are made by the committee.
4.3
IT Infrastructure
4.3.1. Give details on the computing facility available (hardware and software)
at the institution.
 Number of computers with Configuration (provide actual number
with exact configuration of each available system)
Name of Configuration
Quantity
Equipment
15
DELL
Desktops DELL Optiplex 390
nd
Intel Pentium G630 Processor (2.70 GHz, 3MB) 2 Generation 500 GB
@7200 RPM 3.5” SATA Hard Drive, 2GB (1X2GB) Non ECC
[email protected] MHz SDRAM Memory, 16x Max DVD + RW with Dual
Layer Writes Capabilites, Intel H 61 Express Chip set Mother Board,
Integrated Intel , Graphics Media, Integrated Gigabit Lan 10/100/1000
MBPS, USB Entry Keyboard, Optical Mouse, 18.5”, Widescreen LED
Monitor, Internal Speaker, Integrated Conexant CX20641 High definition
Audio Codec., DOS Factory installed (English) 8 USB 2.0, 1 Serial, 1
Parallel Port, BTX Convertible Chassis + 280W SMPS
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HP
Desktops DELL Optiplex 390
Intel Pentium G630 Processor (2.70 GHz, 3MB) 2nd Generation, 500 GB
@7200 RPM 3.5” SATA Hard Drive, 2GB (1X2GB) Non ECC
[email protected] MHz SDRAM Memory, 16x Max DVD + RW with Dual
Layer Writes Capabilites
Intel H 61 Express Chip set Mother Board, Integrated Intel , Graphics Media,
Integrated Gigabit Lan 10/100/1000 MBPS,USB Entry Keyboard, Optical
Mouse,
18.5”, Widescreen LED Monitor,Internal Speaker, Integrated Conexant
CX20641 High definition Audio Codec, DOS Factory installed (English) 8
USB 2.0, 1 Serial, 1 Parallel Port,BTX Convertible Chassis + 280W SMPS
Desktops DELL Optiplex 390
Intel Core i3 Processor 2120 (3.30 GHz, 3MB) 2nd Generation
500 GB @7200 RPM 3.5” SATA Hard Drive, 2GB (1X2GB) Non ECC
[email protected] MHz SDRAM Memory, 16x Max DVD + RW with Dual
Layer Writes Capabilites, Intel H 61 Express Chip set Mother Board,
Integrated Intel , Graphics Media, Integrated Gigabit Lan 10/100/1000
MBPS, USB Entry Keyboard, Optical Mouse, 18.5”, Widescreen LED
Monitor, Internal Speaker, Integrated Conexant CX20641 High definition
Audio Codec, DOS Factory installed (English) 8 USB 2.0, 1 Serial, 1 Parallel
Port, BTX Convertible Chassis + 280W SMPS
Desktops DELL Optiplex 390
Intel Core i5 2400 Processor (3.30 GHz, 3MB) 2nd Generation
500 GB @7200 RPM 3.5” SATA Hard Drive, 2GB (1X2GB) Non ECC
[email protected] MHz SDRAM Memory, 16x Max DVD + RW with Dual
Layer Writes Capabilites, Intel H 61 Express Chip set Mother Board,
Integrated Intel , Graphics Media, Integrated Gigabit Lan 10/100/1000
MBPS, USB Entry Keyboard, Optical Mouse, 18.5”, Widescreen LED
Monitor, Internal Speaker, Integrated Conexant CX20641 High definition
Audio Codec, DOS Factory installed (English) 8 USB 2.0, 1 Serial, 1 Parallel
Port, BTX Convertible Chassis + 280W SMPS
DELL Server Poweredge T 110
Inter Quad Core Xeon E3-1220 (3.10 GHz 8 MB L2 1066 Mhz)
2 x 500 GB @ 7200 RPM 3.5” SATA Hard Drive Non Hot Plug 8 GB
Memory (2 x 4 GB), 1333 MHz, Single Rank UDIMMs for 1 Processor (ECC
DDR3), 16x Max DVD ROM, Inter C 200 processor Chipset Mother,
Brodcom NetXtreme II 5722 Single Port Gigabit Ethernet Server Adapter,
DELL USB Entry keyboard, DELL MS 111 Optical USB Mouse, Monitor,
No Operation System, RAID Controllers PERC S300, Tower Cabinet with
single cabled power supply (305w), Warranty : 3 years
DELL Desktop Optiplex # 390 (Pentium N Series Desktop)
Inter Pentium G640 Processor (2.80 GHz, 3 MB), 500 GB HDD,
2GB , DDR3 RAM, 16 X Mam DVD Rw ,No Monitor, No Key board 8 USB
Port
Desktop - HP 3090 C2D/1/320/DOS Ina123pnlij, Ina 124q459
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3
5
5
2
1
2
DELL
HP
I Ball
Intel
Inter Core 2 Duo 2.93 GHz Processor, 1 GB Ram 320 GB SATA HDD, HP
Keyboard and Mouse, HP 18.5" Wide TFT Monitor, Dos.
Laptops (DELL) Vostro 2520,
Intel Core I3 Third Generation, 2.30 GHz, 500 GB Hard Disk, 4 GB 1333
MHZ, SDRAM Memory (4GB X 1), DVD RW 12.7 mm SATA, Hm67
Express Chip Set Mother Board, Integrated Intel Graphics 3000 (GT2), 15.6”
inch WSVGA LED Display, 1.3 MP Web cam, W (b), Original Bag pack ,
One Year Warranty .
Laptops (DELL) Vostro 1550
Intel Core I3 Second Generation, 2.10 GHz, 500 GB Hard Disk, 4 GB 1333
MHZ, SDRAM Memory (4GB X 1), DVD RW 12.7 mm SATA, Hm67
Express Chip Set Mother Board, Integrated Intel Graphics 3000 (GT2), 15.6”
inch WSVGA LED Display, 1.3 MP Web cam, W (b), Original Bag pack ,
One Year Warranty .
Laptop - HP G SERIES 630 C15/2/500/15.6/DOS 5cb 123229h4
I ball Tablet Slide 16012
Dual Core Processor, 1 GB Ram, 60 GB HDD, CD Rw, 15.6” inch Monitor
 Computer-student ratio
– 17:1
 Stand alone facility
- Nil
 LAN facility
- All Computers
 Licensed software
-Antivirus Software and Operating
System, Tally Software,
 Number of nodes/ computers with Internet facility - 48 computers
with wi-fi connectivity plus 3 in digital room
 Laptop
3
 Tab
1
 Any other
- Wi- Fi Network
- Optical Fiber Internet Connectivity
4.3.2
Detail on the computer and internet facility made available to the
faculty and students on the campus and off-campus?
 On-Campus: College campus has been provided with high end
computing machines with broadband internet connectivity. The
faculty has internet access facilities in staff room. The students can
access to internet facilities in library or in the computer laboratory.
 Off-campus: Every teaching faculty member and majority of
nonteaching staff members have computers with internet
connectivity at their homes.
4.3.3
What are the institutional plans and strategies for deploying and
upgrading the IT infrastructure and associated facilities?
 The college is very keen for deploying and upgrading the IT
infrastructure and associated facilities. The college intends to upgrade
the PCs with latest configuration available in the market.
 The stress is laid on the purchase of New Hardware.
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2
1
1
1
1
3
 ICT infrastructure is extended and upgraded with latest version
hardware and software based on the needs of the newly introduced
programs and courses.
 Up-gradation of all software including the ones required by the
syllabus and curriculum.
 Electric backup is made available to UPS facilities .
 Each class room is equipped with projector and three classrooms are
equipped as smart digital class room.
 The college has planned to establish language lab with multimedia
equipments
4.3.4
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Provide details on the provision made in the annual budget for
procurement, up gradation, deployment and maintenance of the
computers and their accessories in the institution (Year wise for
last four years)
The college has no fixed budget for procurement, up gradation,
deployment and maintenance of the computers and their accessories in the
institution.
Most of the computers are purchased out of UGC funds. The college
always prefers to purchase branded computers and accessories.
Maintenance of such branded equipment is done by the company during
the warranty period which is generally 2-3 years. When the warranty
period is over, the college maintains the equipment on its own.
In order to provide uninterrupted power supply to the computer system,
the college has a number of UPSs which are maintained by AMC.
4.3.5
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How does the institution facilitate extensive use of ICT resources
including development and use of computer-aided teaching/
learning materials by its staff and students?
Computers with internet facility are available in the college. The teachers
liberally take help of the ICT resources to enrich their prescribed
curriculum with the help of internet.
Faculty members use internet facility for preparation of teaching/learning
materials in their respective subjects.
Multimedia projectors are made available in each class for the faculty as
teaching aids.
The college lecture halls are equipped with projector
Free Internet and Library facility is open to faculty members
The faculty uses digital class room with Audio-Visual aids which facilitate
multimedia teaching.
The institution is Wi-Fi enabled resulting in extensive use of internet
facilities both on and off the class room.
Students use computer and internet facility in the library.
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 Students are assigned projects that require them to use the ICT facilities in
their academics as well as curriculum and for preparation of Moot Court
Competition etc.
 College has subscribed N-LIST program of INFLIBNET that is repository
of thousands of books and journal which helps staff and students for
teaching and learning.
4.3.6 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 learning activities and technologies deployed by the institution
place the student at the centre of teaching-learning process and render
the role of a facilitator for the teacher by taking the following
measures:
 Institution has started customized computer course for law students
considering their special requirements and need to know legal research
tools.
 The college provides its students a central computing facility equipped
with 25 computers and broadband Internet connection, Wi-Fi facility;
Students are utilizing this facility for their project work, moot court,
mock trial, seminars, presentations, etc.
 The college provides students a CD Library
 Audio-Visual Resources are available in library
 Smart classrooms provide students’ access to ICT enabled classrooms/
learning spaces.
 The college provides students an access to Online Journals through
Manupatra software.
 The college provides students an access to Free e-books and online
Journals available through membership of UGC N-LIST Programme
for Colleges
 Repository of the all articles published, copy of completed Minor
Research Projects, Published books and other relevant material is made
available in the library for the students.
4.3.7
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Does the Institution avail of the National Knowledge Network
connectivity directly or through the affiliating university? If so,
what are the services availed of?
No, the Institution does not avail of the National Knowledge Network
connectivity directly or through the affiliating university.
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4.4
4.4.1
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
Maintenance of Campus Facilities
How does the institution ensure optimal allocation and utilization
of the available financial resources for maintenance and upkeep
of the following facilities (substantiate your statements by
providing details of budget allocated during last four years)?
The institution ensures optimal allocation and utilization of the
available financial resources for maintenance and upkeep of the
following facilities through Academic Council in consultation with the
Building Committee, Purchase Committee and the Local Managing
Committee.
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
Building
53967/13807/54296/1,01,090/Furniture
1400/190/7230/1292/10,323/Equipment
203550/81163/5625/- (UGC)
(UGC)
20046/Computers
8818/1050/29948/5240/2610/Vehicles
Any other (Library)
18900/4.4.2 What are the institutional mechanisms for maintenance and
upkeep of the infrastructure, facilities and equipment of the
college?
The maintenance of buildings and other infrastructure and resources
are taken up on need based as and when required. the College has,
constituted various committees for regular maintenance and
beautification of college campus.
Building Maintenance:
 All the denting and painting work of the buildings is taken on need
based. No yearly contracts are made for this purpose.
 As per need the College invites quotations for the proposed repair
work from local contractors. College Purchase Committee takes
responsibility to make comparative statements, and discussions are
held for comparison and approval for the work and then the work order
is issued to lowest bidder. The reputation and past experience of the
bidder is also taken into consideration before awarding the contract.
Computers and Systems:
 Website: The College has entered into a yearly contract with Varad
system, Satara based firm, for maintenance and periodic update of College
Website www.imlc.in is available. This firm designed and launched the
college website.
 ERP: The Enterprise Resource Program for the complete computerization
of and the College has entered in to yearly maintenance contract with the
same firm.
 Computer Machines: For the routine maintenance and related work like,
up gradation, protection using anti-virus programs, formatting and
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technical issues of low importance the College avails the services of Soft
Tech Computers, Satara, a local firm. The services are availed on need
basis. This firm also takes care for the supply of accessories and stationary
and maintenance of printers, scanners and web cameras.
Xerox Machine: The College has annual maintenance contract with the
supplier of the Xerox machine.
Programmable Bell System and Biometric Attendance: These systems
are maintained by the engineers of the company from whom the systems
were purchased.
Campus Maintenance: The College campus maintenance is a daily affair
achieved by deploying college staff for maintenance of College campus.
Garden: The garden is maintained by the college with the help of nonteaching staff.
4.4.3 How and with what frequency does the institute take up calibration
and other precision measures for the equipment/instruments?
 The college makes updatement in Hardware and Software whenever
demanded by concerned personnel.
 Antivirus is regularly installed and renewed periodicals.
4.4.4 What are the major steps taken for location, upkeep and
maintenance of sensitive equipment (voltage fluctuations,
constant supply of water etc.)?
The major steps taken for location, upkeep and maintenance of
sensitive equipment are given below:
 There is installation of voltage stabilizers and transformers for
equipment to control voltage fluctuations.
 Equipments are placed at proper and safe places.
 Electricians of MSEB are outsourced for its upkeep and maintenance
 There is an overhead and underground water tank with sensors and
submersible water pump for constant and automatic supply of water.
Any other relevant information regarding Infrastructure and Learning
Resources which the college would like to include.
 Speakers System
o Speakers have been installed in all classrooms of the college,
public address system is available.
 Vehicle parking
o The institution has a well planned demarcated parking area near
the entrance of the institution. It is open parking for
visitors/students.
 Electronic Programmable Bell:
o The College has installed an electronic programmable bell to
monitor the lecture hours and examination timings.
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 Drinking Water:
o The College has provided drinking water facility at each floor.
It installed a water cooler with Ro+ UV purifier system for the
use of visitors and staff.
 Solar System: Solar System is used for Solar Lights, Solar Cooker and
Solar Lanterns
 Fire Extinguisher : Fire Extinguisher is available each floor
 CCTV : In the college premises to prevent the Ragging activities in
the premises.
 Generator / Invertor :Is available in the College for electronic back
up in emergency.
 Rain Water Harvesting : The College has done Rain Water
Harvesting for minimizing wastage of Rain Water. Waste Water is
used for watering the trees and plants in the garden of college.
 Automatic Rescue Device (ARD) software is installed in the OTIS Lift
for additional safety of staff and students.
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CRITERION V: STUDENT SUPPORT AND PROGRESSION
CRITERION V: STUDENT SUPPORT AND PROGRESSION
5.1
Student Mentoring and Support
5.1.1
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5.1.2
Does the institution publish its updated prospectus/handbook
annually? If ‘yes’, what is the information provided to students
through these documents and how does the institution ensure its
commitment and accountability?
The institution publishes its updated prospectus annually. The
prospectus provides the information related to the college and course.
The college prospectus provides a complete profile of the college.
The handbook is having the admission schedule, the details of the
college working days, the fee details and the rules and regulations
which the students need to observe during their stay in the college.
The handbook contains the list of the facilities being provided to the
students.
The college handbook contains the information regarding the college
teaching as well as the non teaching faculty. This helps the students to
know about the college staff.
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?
There is no such scholarship scheme in the Institute itself.
However, some of our students belonging to backward community are
getting scholarship from the Govt. of India.
Details are as follows:
(Amount of Scholarship)
Name
2009-10
2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15
933575
3150/254603/- 576830/- 112380/SC
0
0
0
0
ST
605275
4600/351555/- 4905/116120/- 261612/OBC
405892
5650/135690/- 150970/- 95188/67140/NT
52325
0
10190/- 5800/7354/6990/SBC
0
0
181959/- 3400/Other
(Amount of Free ship)
Name
2009-10 2010-11 201120122013-14 201412
13
15
121190 3320/0
38280/- 30168/- 29614/SC
0
0
ST
98515
0
0
31780/- 26520/- 70700/OBC
92780
5510/0
30690/- 14164/- 27904/NT
7230
0
0
0
3260/SBC
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5.1.3 What percentage of students receives financial assistance from
state government, central government and other national
agencies?
Near about 25 to 30 percent of students received financial assistance
from the state/central government and other national agencies.
5.1.4 What are the specific support services/facilities available for
Students from SC/ST, OBC and economically weaker sections
Students with physical disabilities Overseas students Students to
participate in various competitions/National and International
Medical assistance to students: health centre, health insurance etc.\
Organizing coaching classes for competitive exams Skill
development (spoken English, computer literacy, etc.,) Support for
“slow learners “Exposures of students to other institution of higher
learning/ corporate/business house etc.
Publication of student magazines
The Institution is constantly engaged in prodding the students
towards successful completion of their courses. In pursuance of this
aim, the college offers various support services and facilities:
a. Students from SC/ST, OBC and economically weaker sections
 Scholarship is given.
 Reservation in admission is provided.
 Free Book Bank facility is provided.
 Poverty Concessions are provided.
b. Students with physical disabilities
 Ramp is made available at the entrance of the college.
 Lift facility is made available.
 All the buildings are provided with railing for easy access of
physically disabled students to class-rooms.
 Special seating arrangement at ground level is provided in the
library for physically handicapped for access to library services.
 During examination, the College makes arrangements for providing
all admissible facilities including a writer to physically disabled
students.
 During examination the College makes separate seating
arrangement to physically disabled and give extra writing time as
per the rules of the University.
c. Overseas students- Nil
d. Students to participate in various competitions/National and
International
 Special coaching classes are taken and guidance is given.
 Competitive books and magazines facility is provided.
 Computer with net facility is provided.
 Provided kit, TA / DA for participation.
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e. Medical assistance to students: health centre, health insurance etc.
 First aid kit available in college
 To emergency medical assistance institution also collaborated
with Dr. Manisha Thorat.
 Institution also provided insurance only in 10/- Rs. for each
student
f. Organizing coaching classes for competitive exams
 Special coaching classes are taken and guidance is given.
 Career coaching classes are taken.
 Competitive books and magazines facility is provided.
 Computer with net facility is provided.
g. Skill development (spoken English, computer literacy, etc.,)
 Institution has started free English Remedial Course as well as
computer literacy programme through certificate course in soft
skill for legal profession.
h. Support for “slow learners”.
 Remedial classes are organized for such slow learners.
 Their daily homework is checked to monitor their progress.
 They are guided to take coaching from specialists in the field.
 Simplified versions of books are recommended to them.
 Special tests are conducted for them.
i.
Exposure of students to other institutions of higher
learning/ corporate/business houses etc. – Yes,
The college in association with Asian School of Cyber Law,
Pune offers the students Diploma Course in Cyber Law and
Diploma Course Intellectual Property Law.
j. Publication of student magazines
 The College annually publishes a magazine for students called
“The Jurist”. it is an ideal platform for students to realize their
creative potential and improve their writing skills.
 Every year our students get the prizes for research writing in
jurist by the University.
5.1.5 Describe the efforts made by the institution to facilitate
entrepreneurial skills, among the students and the impact of the
efforts.
Yes, The College stresses on inculcating entrepreneurship skills among
the students for self employment. The College organizes following
activities focused on skill development:
1. Lectures of Eminent Scholars:
 The College organizes lectures of eminent scholars like Law
Professors, Advocates, Judges, Social workers, Public
Prosecutors, Police Personals, etc. to promote awareness and
create interest in legal profession.
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2. Internship programme
 In internship programme the students have to attend the court
and lawyer’s Chamber and prepares an observation report
which develops advocacy skills in them.
 Considering quest for excellence various visits are organized
for students at the various governmental and non- governmental
organization and agencies such as remand home, jail, industry
etc.
3. Computer Literacy:
 Fresh entrants of LL.B-I and NLC-I class are admitted to
Certificate Course in computer skills for law Profession to help
them to develop the computer literacy and how to utilize it in
legal profession which foster amongst them global competency.
5.1.6 Enumerate the policies and strategies of the institution which
promote participation of students in extracurricular and cocurricular activities such as sports, games, quiz competitions,
debate and discussions, cultural activities etc.
* additional academic support, flexibility in examinations
*special dietary requirements, sports uniform and materials
* any other
To promote the participation of students in extracurricular and cocurricular activities the College has constituted following Committees:
1. College Activities Organization Committee and
2. Gymkhana and Discipline Committee
3. Lead College Activity Committee
4. Student’s Welfare Committee
Above committees are involved in organizing various
programmes, workshops and competitions etc.
The Committees motivate and support the students to
participate in competitions organised not only in our college but also in
other colleges such as debate, elocution, singing, dancing, poetry,
essay writing, quiz, cooking, mehndi, rangoli, music, sports and drama
etc.
The following incentives are given to the participants:
 Shields, Certificates and Felicitation: Students excelling and
standing in first three ranks are given memento or shields with
certificate and cash prize, if declared so. Such students are
felicitated at the hands of the chief guest during the annual
gathering and prize distribution function.
 Academic Support: For the students who participate in one or
other sports or cultural activity, competitions etc. are given
academic support by allowing them to complete his/her practical
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by giving them some extra time. The students who miss their
lectures at the time of competition/activity may take benefit of
Special lectures/ crash courses arranged by faculty.
 Flexibility in Examinations: Students who are attending any of
the sport or cultural event during college examinations or internal
exams are given opportunity to appear after he/she comes back
from such event. Arrangement for special exam or class test is
made for such students.
 Sports Kit for Sportsperson: The College provides necessary
sports material, kit bags etc to the students who participate in sports
event. Participated students are felicitated with participation
certificate by college during annual prize distribution function.
 Financial Support : College team or individual student
participated in various social, cultural and sport events in other
institutions, get financial support for travelling and registration fees
of the competition.
 Mentoring and psychological support: Most of the time a Teamleader from faculty accompanies the team of student. A lady
faculty member remains as an escort if the team consists of girl
students.
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
exams such as UGC-CSIR- NET, UGC-NET, SLET, ATE / CAT /
GRE / TOFEL / GMAT / Central /State services, Defense, Civil
Services, etc.
 The college supports and gives guidance to the students and alumni in
preparation to appear for competitive examinations such as JMFC, B.C.I.
entrance exam. etc.
 The college has constituted Career Guidance Cell . The cell guide and
support students for preparing various competitive exams and also
organizes lectures of senior administrative officers, police officers, senior
advocates, judges.
 Faculty also guides ex-students for NET, SET Examination. Many exstudents are qualified NET, SET and other exams.
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The Students who have cleared various examinations or selected to
various posts in last four years are:
Sr. No. Particulars of Competitive Number
of
Students
Examinations/
Selection Cleared Exams or Selected
Board
for the Employment
1
JMFC
04
2
MPSC/ UPSC (PSI/ STI)
03
3
NET/SET
06
4
Public Prosecutor
11
5.1.8 What type of counseling services are made available to the
students (academic, personal, career, psycho-social etc.)
Personal Counseling:
 The college has constituted Counselling Committee to give support
and guidance in any difficulty of the students.
 All the faculty members are actively involved in counseling
students in relation to their educational, social, psychological and
financial condition etc.
Parent-Teacher Committee
Parent-Teacher Committee is constituted in the college, its
constitution is as follows :Sr.
Name of Class Teacher
Class
No.
(Parent Teacher)
1
Prof. Mrs. Suryawanshi M.N.
I LL.B
2
Prof. Mr. Desai Y.N.
II LL.B
3
Prof. Mr. Kamble C.N
III LL.B
4
Prof. Dr. Jadhav A.Y.
I NLC
5
Prof. Dr. Jadhav A.Y.
II NLC
6
Prof. Dr. Patil D.P
III NLC
7
Prof. Mr. Nikumbh G.Y
IV NLC
8
Prof. Smt. Jawale R.J
V NLC
 The class teacher prepares record of socio, economic, personal
and other information of the students.
 The class teacher support and mentor the students of their
respective class in case of any difficulty.
 Students having poor attendance in the class are enlisted in
defaulters’ list and it is displayed on notice board. Such
students are called to meet the class teachers along with their
parent to know the reason behind their poor attendance. The
counseling of such students has been done by their class teacher
to improve their attendance in the class for enhancement of
their academic excellence.
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General Counseling:
 At the beginning of every academic year Principal of the college, LMC
Members and faculty gives a welcome address to the students. In
which students are addressed on academic opportunities, career
prospects and various support services available to students by the
college. They are made comfortable with the interactive speech of
Principal and other faculty members.
 The college has appointed Dr. Manisha Thorat as Medical Consultant
for the psycho-social and medical counseling of students specially girl
students.
5.1.9 Does the institution have a structured mechanism for career
guidance and placement of its students? If ‘yes’, detail on the
services provided to help students identify job opportunities and
prepare themselves for interview and the percentage of students
selected during campus interviews by different employers (list the
employers and the programmes).
Yes,
 The college has constituted Career Guidance Cell and Placement
Cell to support and mentor the students to foster the global
competency and quest for the excellence.
 These cells address the need of students to achieve enhancement of
legal knowledge and advocacy skill for future career and employment.
 Career guidance cell organizes lectures, show clippings of the various
competitive exams and
 Placement Cell displays employment advertisements from various
newspapers, online information from various governmental and nongovernmental agencies in the notice board.
 Both the cells facilitate students for filling online application forms for
various exams and employments.
Career Guidance Cell Sr. No.
Name
Designation
1.
Adv. Patil D.V.
Chairperson
2
Prof. Nikumbh G.Y.
Member Secretary
3
Dr. Jadhav A.Y.
Member
4
Dr. Mrs. Pawar S.S.
Member
5
Prof. Patil D.P.
Member
6
Prof. Jawale R.J.
Member
7
Prof. Desai Y.N.
Member
8
Prof. Suryawanshi M Member
9
Adv. Khade L.K
Member
10
Prof. Kamble C.N.
Member
11
Prof. Kolekar Y.P.
Member
12
Shri. Aute K.B.
Member
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Placement Cell –
Sr.
No.
1.
2.
3
4
5
7
8
9
10
Name
Designation
Prof. Desai Y.N..
Prof. Kamble C.N
Adv. Patil K.V.
Adv. Patil D.V
Adv. Mulla D.I S.
Adv. Khade L.K
Adv. Kulkarni R.N
Adv. Shinde P.S
Adv. Poonam Inamdar
Chairperson
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
5.1.10 Does the institution have a student grievance redressal cell? If yes,
list (if any) the grievances reported and redressed during the last
four years.
Yes,
GRIEVANCE REDRESSAL CELL :The constitution of grievance redressal cell is as follows:





Sr. No. Name
Designation
1.
Prof. M.N. Suryawanshi
Chairperson
2.
Prof. Mr. Kamble C. N.
Member
3.
Prof. Dr. Mrs. Pawar S. S. Member
4.
Adv. Patil K. V.
Member
5.
Adv. Patil D. V.
Member
6.
Adv. D. I S. Mulla
Member
7.
Prof. Dr. Jadhav A.Y.
Member
8.
Prof. Nikumbh G.Y.
Member
9.
Shri. Aute K.B.
Member
The college gives prime significance to student-centric approach and
accordingly adopts the policies. The college has constituted the
Grievance Redressal cell to take care and solve any difficulty of the
students.
The information about the constitution of such cell is displayed on
notice board which makes students informed about existence of such
cell
Students can address any grievance in relation to their academic
enhancement in the college.
The committee redresses the grievances if any with conciliation.
Nevertheless, no major grievances have been referred to cell during
last four years
The complaint/suggestion box is placed in front of Library.
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5.1.11. What are the institutional provisions for resolving issues
pertaining to sexual harassment?
 Yes, college has constituted Grievance Redressal Committee for
Women (Mahila Takrar Nivaran Samiti) for resolving issues pertaining
to sexual harassment of women in college premises. The composition
of committee is as follows.
Sr.No Name
1
Adv. Manisha Barge
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Principal Nominated Member of President
N.G.O
Prof. Desai Y.N.
Principal Nominated Lecturer
Member
Prof.
Mrs. Principal
Nominated
Female Member
Suryawanshi M.N.
Lecturer
i) To display the
information about the
committees
in
the
college.
ii) To take necessary
measures to prevent
Adv.
Poonam Principal Nominated Legal Expert
Member
sexual harassment in the
Inamdar
college and deal with the
Ms. Asha Pawar
Principal
Nominated
Female Member
complaint if any.
Representative of Student Council
iii)
To
undertake
Dr. Manisha Thorat
Principal
Nominated
Medical Member
programmes
for
Practitioner
personality development
Shri. Aute K.B.
Principal Nominated Member of Member
of the girls.
Administrative Staff
iv) To hold at least three
Dr. S.S. Pawar
Principal
Nominated
Female Member
meetings in a year.
Lecturer
v) To maintain a register
Prof. Patil D.P.
Principal
Nominated
Female Secretary of minutes of the
Lecturer
meetings.
 The college has displayed constitution of Grievance Redressal
Committee for Women (Mahila Takrar Nivaran Samiti) the committee and
related warning at the conspicuous place of the college.
 The students are made aware about the legal provisions of the strict
punishment for sexual harassment of women in college premises through
counseling, lectures distribution of printed material/leaflets.
 The committee is empowered to take any steps to prevent and punish
for incidence of sexual harassment in the college premises.
 However, till date no such issue of sexual harassment has been
reported to the committee in the college.
 Continuous vigilance of college authorities is ensured for secured
feeling of the girl students and women staff in the college.
5.1.12. Is there an anti-ragging committee? How many instances (if any)
have been reported during the last four years and what action has
been taken on these?
 Yes, Anti-Ragging Committee constituted in the college the
composition of committee is as follows.
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Sr. No.
Name
Designation
1.
Dr. Sujata S. Pawar
Chairperson
2.
Adv. DIS Mulla
Member
3.
Mr. Amol Tambe
Member
4.
Mr. Vijay Mandke
Member (Press Repoter)
5.
Dr. Ajitanand Jadhav
Member (Teaching Faculty)
6.
Prof. Hanumantrao Patil
Member (Parents)
7.
Mr. Tushar Khalipe
Member (Ex-Student)
8
Ms. Snehal Kanse
Member (Ladies Student)
9
Ms. Sanjeevani Kamble
Member (Ladies Student)
10
Ms. Sneha Dere
Member (Ladies Student)
11
Mr. Keshav Aute
Member (Non-Teaching Staff)
12
Mr. Gajanan Rupnar
Member (Non-Teaching Staff)
13
Ms. Rajashri Deshpande
Member (Pshychologist)
14
Mr. Yogesh Kolekar
Member (Teaching Faculty)
15
Prof. Gauri Shinde
Member (Teaching Faculty)
No any instance of ragging has been reported in last four year.
5.1.13. Enumerate the welfare schemes made available to students by the
institution.
The institution is working towards ensuring social justice through the
various students’ welfare schemes. The induction program clearly presents
the welfare schemes available to the students. The following welfare
schemes are made available to the students.
SCHOLARSHIPS and FREESHIPS:
 Detail information about the different types of scholarships are displayed
on the notice board of the institution.
 Scholarships received from various central, state and other agencies are
made available to the students.
 The mode of disbursement of Scholarship is through Payee’s Account
Cheque to avoid any misuse or fraud.
BANK SERVICES:
 In collaboration with the “IDBI Bank Ltd.”, the institution assists all the
students in opening an account with zero balance.
 The bank account empowers students to transact through the bank which
helps them in future in many ways.
STUDENTS WELFARE COMMITTEE :
 This committee takes necessary steps and suggested policies for the overall
enhancement of student’s personality and academic excellence.
 Expert lectures workshops; seminars are organized for students to develop
the communication skills and courage of self expression.
COUNSELLING and PLACEMENT SERVICE:
 The College has constituted Career Guidance Cell and Placement Cell
to guide the students for their future career.
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 This Cell addresses the need of students for career guidance and
employment.
 Through this cell college organizes lectures and display clippings of the
various competitive exams and employment opportunities.
HEALTH SERVICES:
 A first aid room is located in the college premises.
 The college has appointed Dr. Manisha Thorat as medical consultant to
take care of health related issues.
SUBSIDIZED CANTEEN:
 The college canteen provides snacks and light refreshment to the students
at subsidized rates.
 The college keeps an eye on the hygienic condition of food stuff and pure
drinking water in the canteen.
GRIEVANCE REDRESSAL CELL:
 The college has constituted the Grievance Redressal cell to take care and
solve any difficulty of the students.
 The information about the constitution of such cell is displayed on notice
board which makes students informed about existence of such cell
 Students can address any grievance in relation to their academic
enhancement in the college.
 The committee redresses the grievances if any with conciliation.
BOOK BANK SCHEME AND SCHOLAR CARD SYSTEM:
 For SC/ST students, institution started book bank scheme free of cost and
for other category students at concessional rate.
 For meritorious students in each class college provides “scholar card” for
issuing books at any time.
5.1.14. Does the institution have a registered Alumni Association? If ‘yes’,
what are its activities and major contributions for institutional,
academic and infrastructure development?
Although the College has an Alumni Association, under the
leadership of an Assistant Professor but it is not yet registered.
5.2
Student Progression
5.2.1 Providing the percentage of students progressing to higher
education or employment (for the last four batches) highlight the
trends observed.
Student progression
%
UG to PG
Approximate 58.33 %
(252 out of 432)
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
Approximate 1 %
Employed
 Campus selection
Approximate 70 %
 Other than campus recruitment
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5.2.2 Provide details of the programme wise pass percentage and
completion rate for the last four years (cohort wise/batch wise as
stipulated by the university)? Furnish programme-wise details in
comparison with that of the previous performance of the same
institution and that of the Colleges of the affiliating university
within the city/district.
Programme 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12
2010-11
I NLC
73.85 % 67.21 % 90.90%
60.00%
II NLC
89.66 % 94.21 % 85.36%
88.52 %
III NLC
55.81 % 62.5 %
71.83%
64.10 %
IV NLC
60.87 % 93.75 % 83.60%
76.47 %
V NLC
85.71 % 94.44 % 77.78%
95.74 %
I LL.B.
39.60 % 47.05 % 72.72%
26.88 %
II LL.B.
89.29 % 90.56 % 66.66%
40.57 %
III LL.B.
76.12 % 96.87 % 73.68%
94.44 %
Since ours is the only law college in Satara city we don’t have
opportunity to compare our institution with other law college.
5.2.3 How does the institution facilitate student progression to higher
level of education and/or towards employment?
 The college facilitates students’ progression to higher level of
education or towards employment through the proper counseling for
placements in all the fields so that the students get the job as well as
the chance of higher education.
 The institute from time to time makes arrangement of various guest
lectures. Eminent personalities from diverse field of education are
invited to interact with the students. This step of college has facilitated
the students in earning better job opportunities.
 Personality development programmes are also available for the student
progression to higher level of education or employment. Institution
also facilitate student progression to higher level of education and
towards employment, through Carrier Guidance Cell by encouraging
them further study.
5.2.4
Enumerate the special support provided to students who are at
risk of failure and drop out?
 Individual faculty members as subject teachers and class teacher play
an important role in identifying and counseling students who are at the
risk of failure. Such students are identified from their previous
performance in university examination and interactions with the
concerned teacher in the class.
 The performance of student in class test, midterm examination or
semester examination or from attendance records is also taken into
consideration to find out the students who are at the risk of failure.
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Support Services : Students who are at the risk of failure are counseled and encouraged to
pursue the academic program with greater sincerity. The support
services include:
o Counseling:
 Individual subject teachers interact with such students to
understand the difficulties of the students and provide
appropriate solutions to come over the rough patch.
 The teachers attempt to identify the nature of problem faced by
the student and guide to overcome eat.
o Academic Support:
 Such students are supported in their academic enhancement by
making access to books, reading material and getting solved
examination papers from the concerned subject teacher.
5.3
5.3.1
Student Participation and Activities
List the range of sports, games, cultural and other
extracurricular activities available to students. Provide details of
participation and program calendar.
 The students of the college participate in various competition
organized by Shivaji University, Kolhapur. The calendar of such
activities is issued every year by the University.
 List of Sport and Game –
 Chess
 Carrom,
 Badminton
 Foot Ball
 Archery
 Basket Ball.
 List of Cultural and Extra-Curricular Activities Maim,
 Group Song,
 Elocution,
 Debate,
 Classical Singing,
 Group Dance,
 Folk Dance,
 Skit,
 Wall Painting,
 Photography,
 Street Play,
 Clay Work etc.
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
List of Participants in 2014-15
Participants In Sports 2014-15
Zonal Sports :Sr.No.
Activity
Name of Participant
Programme
Calendar
Organising College
Football
10th Oct. 2014
S.B. Khade College,
Koparde
Cricket
1st to 15th Sept.
2014
R.S.B. Aundh,
Kabaddi
10th to 11th
September 2014
11th September
2014
S.P.M.M. Satara
Mhaskar Omkar
Mulla Azharnawab
Danane Harshwardhan
Pawar Suraj
Yadav Shambhuraj
Gharge Manoj
1
Pawar Amar
Hole Saiprasad
Hole Animish
Thombare Mayur
More Yogesh
Kadam Sameer
Jadhav Rohan
Kokare Jaywant
Dhane Shubham
2
4
5
Mulla Azharnawab
More Yogesh
Patel Jayesh
Pawar Amar
Yadav Shambhuraj
Kokare Jaywant
Danane Harshwardhan
Dhane Shubham
Jadhav Rohan
Gharge Manoj
Gaikwad Ashok
Pawar Suraj
Pawar Shripad
Suryawanshi Ganesh
Gole Ranjit
Kadam Sameer
Ms.Jadhav Snehal
Mr. Mandhare Vishal
Cross
Country
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Arts, Commerce
College, Satara
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3
6
Mr.
Mahamulkar
Samadhan
Ms. Jadhav Kajal Raju
Archery
Taikando
19th to 20th
October 2014
2nd to 4th Jan.
2015
Kisanveer College,
Wai
Dahiwadi College,
Dahiwadi
College Outdoor and Indoor Sports in 2014-15: Annual Outdoor sports (cricket) and Indoor games (Chess and Carrom)
have been organized by the college.
 Experts from respective sports activity were invited to monitor the
competition with transparency.
 Winners have been felicitated by giving trophy and certificate in the
annual prize distribution ceremony.
College Extra Curricular Activity 2014-15: Mehandi and Rangoli competitions have been organized by the
college.
 Experts from respective sports activity were invited to monitor the
competition with transparency.
 Winners have been felicitated by giving trophy and certificate in the
annual prize distribution ceremony.
Participants In Youth Festival 2014-15
Sr.No.
1
2
3
4
Name of Participant
Activity
Mr. Shambhuraj Shivaji Yadav
Mr. Jaywant Ananda Kokare
Mr. Suraj Gautam Pawar
Mr. Amar Manik Pawar
One Act Play
Mr. Vishal Jitendra Mandhare
Mr. Ajinkya Namdeo Doiphode
Mr. Shripad Kondiram Dhana
Mr. Yogesh Atmaram Nikam
Elocution (Hindi)
Mr. Saheel Salim Mulani
Mr. Saheel Salim Mulani
Debate
Mr. Karan Jitendra Gursale
Competition
Mr. Akshay Sanjay Bhadalkar
Mr. Chetan Kishor Bagwade
Mr. Shubham Deepak Dhane
Ms. Manisha Dilip Pharande
Mime
Ms. Sneha Vinayak Bhosale
Ms. Sanjevani Sunil Kamble
Mr. Manoj Pandurang Gharge
Mr. Pritesh Nikam
Mr. Rutwij Lalsing Jamdade
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Programme
Calendar
Organising
College
9th Oct.
2014
Dahiwadi
College,
Dahiwadi
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6
7
8
Mr. Sameer Sanjay Kadam
Mr. Rohan Ashok Jadhav
Mr. Pritesh Nikam
Mr. Abhishek Digambar Nachan
Mr. Ashok Dada Gaikwad
Mr. Azarnawab Dastgeer Mulla
Mr. Prashant Pandurang Salunkhe
Mr. Rushikesh Pawar
Mr. Kamlesh Tate
Mr. Sagar Kale
Mr. Digvijay Shirke
Mr. Nachiket Kshirsagar
Mr. Shridhar Bobade
Mr. Anup Lakde
Mr. Kamlesh Vyas
Mr. Vikas Shendge
Ms. Kurlekar Sayali Sandesh
Ms. Bhosale Gauri Balasaheb
Ms. Patil Shruti Hanmant
Ms. Jagdale Preeti
Ms. Kurlekar Sayali Sandesh
Skit
Street Play
9th Oct.
2014
Dahiwadi
College,
Dahiwadi
Group Singing
Solo Singing
Participation of Students in various Activities in other colleges 2014-15.
Sr.
No.
1
Name of the Participants`
Mr. Aniket Prithviraj Chavan
Ms. Sai Ranjeet Phalke
Mr. Patel Jayesh Valaji
Mr. Gursale Karan Jitendra
Mr. Pawar Amar Manik
Ms. Gadekar Pooja Sanjay
Ms. Kasar Aditi Bipin
Ms. Desai Vaishnavi Subhash
Ms. Gundesha Vinisha Dhanraj
Ms. Desai Vaishnavi Subhash
Ms. Kanade Utkarsha Gajanan
Mr. Kalal Ramij Akhtar Nawaj
Ms. Jagdale Preeti Vitthal
Ms. Patil Shruti Hanumantrao
Ms. Jadhav Kajal Raju
Mr. Gujar Mahendra Arjun
Mr. Chopade Ramjan Appa
Activity
Name of the College
Sinhgad Law College, Pune
Governmental Law College,
Thiruvanantpuram, Kerala
TMV’s Lokmanya
Law College, Pune
Tilak
Smt. Velagapudi Durgamba
Siddhartha Law College,
Kanuru, Vijaywada
Narayanrao Chavan Law
Moot Court College, Nanded
Competition
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3
4
5
Ms. Shalaka Nikam
Mr. Aniket Chavan
Ms. Aditi Kasar
Ms. Gadhave Maitrayee Ajit
Ms. Kurlekar Sayali Sandesh
Ms. Bhosale Gauri Balasaheb
Ms. Gadekar Pooja Sanjay
Ms. Gundesha Vinisha Dhanraj
Ms. Newse Asmita
Ms. Inje Jyoti
Ms. Snehal Zunjar Shete
Mr. Deshmukh Shubham
Vijaykumar
Ms. Jadhav Snehal Ramchandra
Ms. Saee Ranjeet Phalake
Ms. Gauri Balasaheb Bhosale
Ms. Shete Snehal Zunjarrao
Ms. Dange Aishwarya Kiran
Ms. Parit Shilpa Anil
Mr. Gursale Karan Jitendra
Mr. Kshirsagar Nachiket Kumar
Ms. Phalke Saee Ranjeet
Ms. Gujar Akshata Uday
Mr. Salunkhe Prashant Pandurang
Mr. Pawar Amar Manik
Mr. Patel Jayesh Valaji
Ms. Bhosale Gouri Balasaheb
Ms. Kurlekar Sayali Sandesh
Ms. Gadhave Maitrayee Ajit
Ms. Mardhekar Akshada Tanaji
Ms. Bagal Shradha Dinkar
Ms. Shaikh Heena Ismail
Ms. Pawar Shivai Anil
Ms. Shetsandi Ashwini Tukaram
Ms. Nalawade Varsha Reshma
Ms. Gambare Rutuja Dhananjay
Ms. Gadhave Vrushali Vijay
Ms. Bhosale Gouri Balasaheb
Ms. Dhane Prajakta Nandkumar
Ms. Gujar Akshata Uday
Ms. Kurlekar Sayali Sandesh
Mr. Gursale Karan Jitendra
IMLC, Satara
DES, Navlmal Firodia Law
College, Pune
Quiz
Competition
Elocution
Competition
Debate
Competition
Smt. Velagapudi Durgamba
Siddhartha Law College,
Kanuru, Vijaywada
Karmaveer
Vidya
Prabhodhini, Satara
Digambar Jain Boarding,
Kolhapur
Karmaveer
Vidya
Prabodhini, Satara
Manikchand Pahade Law
College, Aurangabad
Arts and Commerce College,
Satara
D.G. College, Satara
Lead
College
Activities
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Y.C.I.S, Satara
D.G. College, Satara
Y.C.I.S, Satara
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7
Ms. Jadhav Pournima Ajitanand
Ms. Yadav Pooja Kumar
Ms. Jadhav Neha Rajendra
Mr. Patel Jayesh Valji
Mr. Pawar Amar Manik
Mr. Salunkhe Prashant Pandurang
Mr. Gursale Karan Jitendra
Mr. Pawar Shripad Pradip
Ms. Pharande Deepali Dharmraj
Ms. Newse Asmita Sunil
Ms. Bagal Shraddha Dinkar
Ms. Pournima Ajitanand Jadhav
SPMM, Satara
One
Day
Workshop
SPMM, Satara
Essay
Writing
Competition
Abhalmaya
Foundation,
Sangli
Manghanmal
Udharam
College of Commerce, Pune
Internship Programme :i)
The Following Students Participated in Internship Programme
dated 7th Feb. 2015 on Satara.
a. Ms. Rekha Santosh Chalke
IV NLC
b. Ms. Kajal Shantaram Kamble
IV NLC
c. Ms. Rupali Tukaram Bhosale
IV NLC
d. Ms. Arti Suresh Dhumal
IV NLC
e. Ms. Gauri Balasaheb Jagtap
II LL.B
ii)
The Following Students Participated in Internship Programme
dated 21st Feb. 2015 on Satara
i)
Ms. Rekha Santosh Chalke
IV NLC
ii)
Ms. Kajal Shantaram Kamble
IV NLC
iii)
Ms. Rupali Tukaram Bhosale
IV NLC
iv)
Ms. Arti Suresh Dhumal
IV NLC
v)
Ms. Gauri Balasaheb Jagtap
II LL.B
5.3.2
Furnish the details of major student achievements in cocurricular, extracurricular and cultural activities at different
levels: University / State / Zonal / National / International, etc. for
the previous four years.
Sr. Year
Name of Participant
Events
Achievement
No
Dravid Amit Rajgopal
Third Prize in Solo Singing
Ghorpade Pallavi Prithviraj
Third Prize in Debate
Youth
Raut Mandar Mohan
Festival
2010- Raut Mandar Mohan
Second Prize in English
1
11
Elocution
Pallavi Ghorpade
International
Level
Manupatra
Essay
Competition
Pallavi Ghorpade
topic “Why the Human
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Articles
Publicatio
ns
Pallavi Ghorpade
Miss Nazneen Fakir
Miss.
Snehal
Suryawanshi
2
201112
Vijay Sports
Shri. Dravid Amit Rajgopal
Miss. Ghorpade Pallavi
Pruthviraj
Miss. Fakir Nazneen
Abdulsamad
Shri. Sawant Mahesh
Tukaram
Shri. Raut Mandar Mohan
(Two Prize)
Miss. Dave Swati
Dravid Amit Rajgopal
Vishal Shivaji Shirtode
Miss.Suryawanshi Snehal
Vijay
Miss Heena Shaikh
Miss Heena Shaikh
3
201213
Miss. Harshada Mehetre
Miss Shehal Suryawanshi
Articles
Publicatio
ns
Youth
Festival
Avishkar
Sports
Writing
Competiti
on
elocution
competitio
n
moot
court
competitio
n
Sports
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Rights must be protected
by Rule of Law?” is also
published by Legal Service
India.com.
topic ‘Indian Judiciary and
its Accountability’ is also
published by Legal Service
India.com.
submitted two articles to
Legal Service India.com
which were published by
them.
selected as Captain of the
University
Badminton
Team
for
the
Inter
University
Badminton
Match at Surat
University Prizes for best
articles
Third Prize in Solo Singing
Ist
Prize
in
Poster
Competition
State Level Competition
into University Team
third prize in state level
third
prize
university
in
inter
best mooter consolidated
prize
selected
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in
university
4
201314
Miss. Mujawar Tasim Alim
Miss. Patane Nilam Yashwant
Mr. Pharande Sandeep
Dattatraya
Mr. Subin Thomas
Mr. Pharande Dhananjay
Baliram
Articles
Award
Ms. Jadhav Pournima
Ajitanand
Ms. Shruti Patil and
Mr. Jayesh Patel
Ms. Shalaka Nikam
Essay
Compe.
Paper
Presentati
on
Moot
Court
Compe.
PPT
Compt.
‘Embark’
badminton Team
secured University Prizes
for best articles
Nomination
for
International
Award
“World of Difference 100
Award 2013 Washington
D.C. (USA)
First Prize
National Conference at
Dahiwadi
National Seminar at Arts,
Commerce
College,
Pusegaon.
Fifth Rank
third prize
Second Prize
Ms. Pournima Ajitanand Jadhav
Mr. Shambhuraj Shivaji Yadav
5
201415
Mr. Vishal Shivaji Shirtode
Miss. Patane Nilam Yashwant
Mr. Yogesh Atmaram Nikam
Mr. Azarnawab Dastgeer
Mulla
Mr. Chopade Ramjan Appa
Ms. Shalaka Nikam
Mr. Aniket Chavan
Ms. Aditi Kasar
Ms. Pournima Ajitanand
Jadhav
15 students have uploaded
their Power Point Prsentations
on website of
www.slideshare.com
Articles
Secured University
Prizes for best articles
Moot
Court
Comp.
Best Judgment Writing
Win Third Prize
Essay
Compe.
Third Rank
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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?
College seeks feedback from its final year students and alumni
about the law course experience and campus experience. Feedback is
also taken for employers and senior practitioners with whom law
students and alumni are associated as interns or juniors
Valuable information received from feedback is analysed to
improve the performance and quality by:
 Acting upon suggestions of increase in number of computers in
computer laboratory
 Providing projectors in all class-rooms by making necessary changes
in timings of the college.
 Providing sanitary vending machine for girls.
 Arranging lectures of senior practitioners on procedural laws.
5.3.4
How does the college involve and encourage students to publish
materials like catalogues, wall magazines, college magazine, and
other material? List the publications/ materials brought out by
the students during the previous four academic sessions.
 The college encourages its students to publish materials in the
college magazine ‘The Jurist’.
 The students are motivated to express their talent through
articles, poems, essays, etc. Their creativity is given a free
flight. The college magazine provides them with a platform to
express them.
 Students’ editorial board is constituted for the Jurist and
students are motivated to assist in the process of editing.
 Some of the students have also published information directory
for Satara city including all necessary information in the form
of telecom directory.
 Students have also published research articles in periodicals.
5.3.5 Does the college have a Student Council or any similar body? Give
details on its selection, constitution, activities and funding.
Yes,
 The college has a Student Council as per the University statute. The
council consists of 14 members. Principal is the Chairman and one
faculty members, one representative of each cultural activities and
sports. The council also consists of the class representatives and two
women representatives nominated by the Principal.
 The Student Council works as a coordinator between student and college
management.
 The Secretary Students Council is to be elected through secret ballot
amongst the students’ representative.
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 The council conveys the requirements and difficulties of the students to
the management and suggests various schemes and programmes for the
welfare of the students.
Student Council and Student Bar Association College also have
student Bar Association consisting of 16 members 1 Male and 1
Female Members from each class. The constitution of Student Council
and Student Bar Association for 2014-15 is as follow:
STUDENTS’ COUNCIL 2014-15
Sr. No. Name
Class
Designation
1
2
3
Dr. Pawar Sujata Sanjay
Prof. Mr. Kamble Chandrakant Namdeo
Ms. Kanase Snehal Dadasaheb
Chairman
Principal’s Nominee
I NLC
Class Representative
4
Ms. Kamble Sanjeevani Sunil
II NLC
Class Representative
5
Ms. Desai Vaishnavi Subhash
III NLC
Class Representative
6
Ms. Sabale Utkarsha Dhanaji
IV NLC
Class Representative
7
Mr. Dravid Amit Rajgopal
V NLC
Class Representative
8
Ms. Sawant Sarita Shivaji
I LL.B.
Class Representative
9
Ms. Kasar Aditi Bipin
II LL.B
Class Representative
10
Mr. Subin Thomas
III LL.B
Class Representative
11
Ms. Kadam Dhanwantari Parshuram
I LL.B
Sport Representative
12
Mr. Pawar Suraj Gautam
V NLC
13
Ms. Sonawane Arti Krishna
III NLC
Cultural
Representative
Ladies Representative
14
Ms. Pawar Asha Tanaji
III LL.B
Ladies Representative
Students’ Bar Association 2014-15
Sr. No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Name
Mr. Patil Ravindra Malhari
Mr. Babar Nitin Gulabrao
Ms. Jadhav Komal Maruti
Mr. Kadam Amit Tanaji
Ms. Barge Apurva Yuvraj
Mr. Thombare Mayuresh Shrikant
Ms. Bhosale Gauri Balasaheb
Mr. Mandhare Vishal Jitendra
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Designation
President
Vice President
Secretary
Treasurer
Member
Member
Member
Member
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9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Ms. Yadav Pooja Kumar
Mr. Kshirsagar Nachiket Kumar
Mr. Kamble Rohit Rahul
Ms. Jagdale Priti Vitthal
Ms. Desai Urmila Kisan
Mr. Bhondave Suresh Bapu
Ms. Gadhave Maitree Ajit
Mr. Mane Sagar Shahaji
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
The members of the Committee in general and the student
representatives in particular are responsible for:
 Bringing the general complaints/suggestions of the students to the
knowledge of the Council.
 To participate in discussions and deliberations to resolves the issues
raised by the students.
 To suggest for conducting various academic and curricular activities.
 To make suggestions for the implementation of outreach programs.
 To suggest for organizing various socio-cultural events.
 To help in management of various events and programs.
 To manage the annual gathering and prize distribution event.
5.3.6 Give details of various academic and administrative bodies that
have student representatives on them.
The institute believes in giving the equal opportunity to the
students in supporting the authorities and the college faculty in running
the affairs of the college. The college endeavors to provide
opportunities to the students to become active members of various
academic and administrative bodies. The academic and administrative
bodies having students representation is as follows.
 Students Welfare Committee
 Prevention of sexual Harassment committee
 IQAC Committee
 Students Council
 Students Bar Association
 Annual Magazine Committee
5.3.7
How does the institution network and collaborate with the Alumni
and former faculty of the Institution.
 The institution networks and collaborates with former faculty
and the Alumni through the Alumni Association, Alumni
Meets.
 The institution receives suggestions regarding academic and
co-academic growth of the institution.
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
The College keeps in touch with former faculty members to
avail their expertise and experience by organizing their guest
lectures as well as inviting them for all the programs organized
by the College.
Any other relevant information regarding Student Support and
Progression which the college would like to include. Following Students has secured University Prizes for best articles
published in our annual journal ‘The Jurist’
Ms. Pournima Ajitanand Jadhav
Mr. Shambhuraj Shivaji Yadav
Mr. Vishal Shivaji Shirtode
Miss. Patane Nilam Yashwant
Mr. Yogesh Atmaram Nikam
Mr. Azarnawab Dastgeer Mulla
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CRITERION VI: GOVERNANCE, LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT
6.1
6.1.1
Institutional Vision and Leadership
State the vision and mission of the Institution and enumerate on
how the mission statement defines the institution’s distinctive
characteristics in terms of addressing the needs of the society,
the students it seeks to serve, institution’s traditions and
value orientations, vision for the future, etc.?
Vision :We are committed to promote legal education by ensuring academic
excellence and advocacy skills and advancement of legal profession by
furthering all round development of students, fostering global competencies
among them.
Mission 1) To provide legal education to students regarding normative concepts,
substantive and procedural laws, modes of legal reasoning, process of law
making as well as dispute settlement and justice delivery system.
2) To motivate law students to understand law including its Social,
Economical, Political and Scientific dimensions and to use the legal
services to build dynamic social reforms by moulding public opinion.
3) To create opportunities for all round development of all students
encouraging them to pursue Legal and interdisciplinary research.
4) To promote respect for rule of law and administration of justice, to strive
for high standards of professional etiquettes and expertise and to promote
continuous professional development of law students through practical
training.
5) To create legal awareness about democratic principles among people, to
make them vigilant about the fundamental rights and Civic responsibilities
through various legal literacy programmes, legal aid camps and
sensitization activities to remove the gap in law in books and law in action.
6) To provide skilled and expert legal professionals and judges of high merit
for efficient justice delivery systems who will be sensitive to needs and
aspirations of people.
7) To create awareness about locally as well as globally relevant issues, such
as consumer protection, environmental justice through sustainable
development, human rights, gender justice, alternative dispute resolution
system for peaceful settlement of disputes etc.
8) To provide legal aid and counseling services to masses at grass root level.
9) To foster insight into rights and obligations under international law and to
generate respect for world community considering oneness of mankind
and universality and equality of human rights.
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AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
1) To provide opportunities of legal education to masses including those
from rural areas.
2) To develop legal educational institution for spreading legal literacy
among people to facilitate accomplishment of democratic aspirations of
people.
3) To generate the source of legal aid in the form of devoted lawyers and
judges for enforcing the rights of people and in particular to bring justice
within the reach of poor, needy and illiterates.
4) To develop social awareness through legal institution, regarding the
knowledge of legal rights, ways and means to enforce them, civic
responsibilities and fundamental duties, social reforms and to promote
peace and order in the society.
5) To foster all-round development of the students along-with improving
their professional excellence in the legal field and inculcating socially
responsible attitude among them.
6) To aim at wider goals and enabling law students to understand and to
assimilate responsibility as a member of legal profession in the
administration of law, reforms of law, protection of individual rights and
public interest and to assist in the training of the budding lawyers .
Vision and mission of our institution are in consonance with the vision
and aims and objects of Rayat Shikshan Sanstha which include:
 Imparting inclusive access to education, embodying a social, cultural,
scientific and technical training.
 To do all lawful things, incidental and conducive for attaining
education for masses, in rural areas and for weaker sections of the
society by emphasizing Education through self- help.
Our institution strives hard to achieve these aims and objects in the
field of legal education by:
 Providing Legal education to people in Satara city and nearby villages
from Satara District.
 Providing legal literacy and awareness about civic rights and
responsibilities by organizing legal literacy programmes.
 Providing legal aid and legal assistance through legal aid camps
organized in various villages in Satara District.
 Legal counseling services are provided by our Panel members in Legal
Aid Clinic.
 Organising Para legal Training Programmes involving Judges, Lawyers,
Faculty, alumina and students for developing the professional skills and
lawyering techniques of students.
 Legal education, including substantive and procedural laws makes the
learners aware of their civil and fundamental rights and legal
responsibilities. Subjects like Professional Ethics, Civil and Criminal
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procedural laws and Practical training papers develop professional skills
of students. Moot Court, client interviews and Internship activities equip
them with knowledge of court procedure and advocacy skills.
 Providing computer literacy to students and to equip them with legal
research techniques, to make them globally competent.
 Organising workshops/ seminars / programmes/ lecture series
and
extension activities to provide a platform for academic interaction and
exchange of ideas amongst all stakeholders.
 Celebrating various birth anniversaries of national Heroes and social
activists to imbibe the ethical and moral values among students and
community.
6.1.2 What is the role of top management, Principal and Faculty in
design and implementation of its quality policy and plans?
 Rayat Shikshan Sanstha, Satara, the parent institution primarily works for
the education of the downtrodden, economically backward and ignorant
people who form the major bulk of the society.
 The Sanstha has been running 650 units including schools from K.G. to
P.G., 41 senior colleges, one research institute and with the help of
devoted 18,000 employees. ‘Education through self help’ is the motto of
our parent institution. Its top management provides full support and
backing in all the endeavors of the Law College.
 The college works with the spirit of Rayat Shikshan Sanstha, Satara. The
teaching-learning process being the soul of education, the college takes
utmost care in this context. For effective implementation of policy and
plans suggested by our parent institution, the faculty prepares academic
plans in the beginning of every academic year.
 For effective teaching and learning, in addition to conventional lecture
method, the faculty is motivated to use power point presentation and ICT
based teaching, question-answer sessions, group discussions, Debates and
seminars.
 Management, Principal and Faculty members from different academic and
administrative committees, frame new policies and plans of action for law
students, to improve their knowledge, professional abilities and
employability skills.
 The parent institution is headed by President Hon. Sharad Pawar, the
visionary who has notably contributed for the institution’s overall
development. The policies and strategies are administrated and monitored
by the Chairman, Hon’ble Dr Anil Patil, and Dr Ganesh Thakur Secretary,
Dr D D Patil Joint-Secretary and all other dignitaries of Rayat Shikshan
Sanstha.
 The management continuously encourages and supports in recruitment of
competent faculty on merit basis, promotion of research culture and
implementing strategies about academic as well as administrative planning
for effective teaching-learning.
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6.1.3 What is the involvement of the leadership in ensuring:
 The policy statements and action plans for fulfillment of the
stated mission
The Principal is the member of Higher education Committee of Rayat
Shikshan Sanstha and is accountable for carrying out the academic and
administrative planning in the college towards the realization of goals
as per the guidelines of the Sanstha.
 Formulation of action plans for all operations and incorporation
of the same into the institutional strategic plan
The Local managing Committee in the college coordinates and
supervises the college activities and monitors the financial transactions
of the college ensuring optimum utilization of resources in
accomplishment of institutional strategic plan.
 Interaction with stakeholders
The Management interacts with all the stakeholders viz. Teaching and
Office Staff, Alumni, Visiting faculty, students and parents, legal
practitioners and people in general to assess and review the inputs for
future deployment of strategies.
 Proper support for policy and planning through need analysis,
research inputs and consultations with the stakeholders
The college management determines various strategies after
considering the responses from various administrative committees and
undertakes short term and long term planning.
 Reinforcing the culture of excellence
Recruitment of the faculty and staff is done by the parent institution
Rayat Shikshan Sanstha as per UGC, University and State government
norms who have prescribed qualification and merit. The college has a
mandatory self-appraisal method to evaluate the performance of the
faculty in teaching, research and extension programmes. The
management makes suggestions and encourages the staff on the basis
of the students’ feedback.
 Champion organizational change
These various initiated mechanisms have resulted in realization of
predefined objectives, better co-ordination and improved governance.
The Principal is a nodal agent between the Management and the other
stakeholders. The organizational activities are planned and
implemented with the help of various committees formed in the college
for efficient administration. The progression is carried on with the help
of these committees, Students’ Council, Students’ Bar Association and
alumina of the college.
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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 plans and policies are framed by IQAC Committee with the
help of principal of the institution.
 For proper implementation of the academic and administrative
action plans, different committees are established.
 Member secretary is responsible for carrying out functions
prescribed by the committee, and is required to hold three to four
meetings every year and is to record proceedings of meeting.
6.1.5 Give details of the academic leadership provided to the faculty by
the top management?
 The top management encourages and promotes faculty for
academic leadership by allowing and supporting them to participate
and contest the election for Board of Studies, faculty, Senate
Membership.
 Faculty is also provided with opportunities to be a member of
Local Management Committee, conveners of seminars/ workshops/
Activities and extension programmes.
 Faculty is encouraged to make research publication and to
participate in Various State, National, International Level
Conferences, Seminar, Workshops.
6.1.6
How does the college groom leadership at various levels?
 Institution develops leadership at institutional level by allocating
responsibility for different events to individual faculty member.
 Faculty also leads various institutional level committees and
organizes different events in the college..
 Faculty works as member of different organizations, professional
and Government bodies like District Legal Services Authorities,
Legal Aid Committee etc.
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?
Institution has single faculty department in Law.
The
administration of institution is done by delegation of powers to
various administrative and academic committees. The structure of
delegation of power is as follows.
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Sr.No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
List of Committees of 2014-15
Chairperson
Committees’ Name
Dr. Pawar S.S.
i) Admission Committee
ii) B.C.Cell Standing Committee
iii) Building Committee
iv) Students’ Council
v) LMC
Dr. Jadhav A.Y.
i) Students’ Welfare Committee
ii) Anti-Ragging Committee
iii) Staff Academy and Research Promotion Committee
iv) Publicity News Committee
Prof. Shri. Kamble i) Gymkhana and Discipline Committee
C.N.
ii)Building Maintenance and College Development
Committee
iii) Parent-Teacher Committee
iv) Legal Aid Committee.
vi) Placement Cell
Prof. Mrs. Suryawanshi i) Staff Welfare Committee
M.N.
ii) Grievance Redressal Committee
iii) Ex-Student Committee
iv) Teaching – Learning Evaluation Committee and
Merit Promotion Committee.
Prof. Shri. Desai Y.N.
i) Purchase Committee
ii) College Exam and Internal Assessment Committee.
iii) COC Committee
iv)Cleanliness and College beautification Committee.
Prof. Mrs. Patil D.P.
i) Attendance and Dress Code Committee
ii)
Committee against Sexual Harassment.
iii) IQAC
iv) UGC Committee
v) Adv. V.N. Patil Lecture Series Committee
Prof. Shri. Nikumbh i) Counseling Committee
G.Y.
ii) Carrier Guidance Cell
8.
Prof. Smt. Jawale R.J.
9.
Mr. Shirke S.J.
i) Justice P.B.Gajendragadkar State Level Moot Court
Competition Committee
ii) Rupali Tawade Elocution Competition
iii) College Activity Organisation Committee
i) Library Advisory Committee
6.1.8 Does the college promote a culture of participative management? If
‘yes’, indicate the levels of participative management.
Yes
 Faculty and student actively participate in the management of
institution. In all Committees, representatives from faculty are
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members. They function as Chairperson or member secretary in
implementing the action plans of the committee.
 In case of Certain Committees such as Anti Ragging Committee,
Women’s Redressal Cell (Mahila Takrar Samiti), Moot Court
Committee, Jurist Committee, Student Council and Students Bar
Association, representatives of Students are directly involved as
members and are active participants in management of the
institution.
 Administrative staff is also internal part of these administrative
committees and plays very significant role in quality enhancement.
Thus Faculty, alumni, parents, members of the community,
Students and Office staff are involved in participative management of
the college.
6.2
6.2.1




Strategy Development and Deployment
Does the Institution have a formally stated quality policy? How is
it developed, driven, deployed and reviewed?
Yes, the institution has a quality policy and it is reflected in its
vision, mission and objectives.
The IQAC Committee frames its action plan in the academic year as
per the guidelines of the management.
IQAC considers inputs from the previous academic performance of the
college, the results of exams as well as
the feedback from
stockholders.
The qualitative analysis is discussed in the staff meeting for further
necessary action.
The management and LMC has right to review the policies framed by
IQAC Committee.
6.2.2
Does the Institute have a perspective plan for development? If so,
give the aspects considered for inclusion in the plan.
 Principal regularly interacts with all the stakeholders like students,
teachers, Management, parents and alumni, about their future
aspirations in the development of courses, infrastructure, and quality of
teaching-learning and other related issues.
 All these inputs received from interactions with all stakeholders, form
the base of formulation of perspective institutional plans. They are
discussed in meetings of IQAC. It considers financial, academic and
administrative aspects and works out phase-wise implementation of
short term and long term perspective plans.
 Faculty prepares teaching plan, academic diary for effective
implementation of academic calendar. Faculty takes special efforts
for effective teaching learning process and is pro-active and arranges
Group Discussion, Debates, and Presentations on burning legal issues
for brainstorming and overall development of law students.
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Local Managing Committee
Principal
Faculty
Administrative Staff
Different Committees
Head Clerk
Students
(Students’ Council and
Students’ Bar Association)
Senior Clerk
Junior Clerk
Library Attendant
6.2.3
Peon
Describe the internal organizational structure and decision
making processes.
The parent institution plays a pivotal role in the general administration
of the college. It formulates the requisite policies for achieving goals
and missions
Administrative Machinery
President
Vice-president
Chairman
Secretary
Joint Secretary
(Secondary Education)
Regional Inspector
Auditor
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Central
Southern
2.
Northern
Western
Raigad
Head of Institution / Principal
Administrative Bodies
General Body
Managing Council
Executive Committee
Life Member Body
Co-ordination Committee
School
Committee
Academic
Committee
Higher Education Committee
Local Managing
Committee
6.2.4 Give a broad description of the quality improvement strategies of
the institution for each of the following
Teaching and Learning –
For monitoring and improving teaching and learning process,
institution has developed different tools like feedback from stake
holders, Academic Teaching Plan, ICT enabling teaching, Remedial
Coaching, use of interactive teaching methods, use of other modern
equipments of teaching, internal exams, tutorials, home assignments,
seminar, group discussion, Moot Courts, Presentation, debate, book
bank facilities, scholar cards, e-journals, online legal database, expert
lectures, Refresher and Orientation courses for faculty, seminar,
workshops for non-teaching etc.
 Research and Development – Institution encourages students and
faculty for Research Publications, Major-Minor Projects, applying for
Ph.D., to publish research articles and papers in reputed and recognised
journals and also in college annual magazine ‘The Jurist’. The students
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and faculty are encouraged for attendance and participation in seminar,
workshops etc. Students also published articles on legal issues in
reputed journals and websites. National and State level seminars have
been organised for deliberations on significant socio-legal issues.
Seminar proceedings are published by the college in association with
international Publishers with ISSN and Impact factor.
 Community engagement – Institution tries for involvement of
community in college activities by inviting them for various
programmes / seminars such as V.N. Patil Memorial Lecture Series,
parents meet legal aid camps, legal literacy programmes, and activities
of women’s redressal cell, through Blood Donation Camps, through
the rally arranged on the occasion of Karmaveer Bhaurao Patil Birth
Anniversary etc. The Institution provides free legal service to the
community.
 Human resource management- Institution develops H.R.
Management through organising different committees consisting of
teaching staff, office staff, alumni, students and experts from different
fields. Students take active interest in organising events in the college
including lectures, seminar, workshops and extension activities.
 Industry interaction – The institution- industry interaction is being
done through placement cell by internship programme, Para Legal
Training, Lok Adalat, feedback from alumni etc. College organises
various interactive programmes for students in Law College involving
judges, lawyers and alumni. Our faculty members participate in the
legal aid camps and legal literacy programmes organised in association
with them.
6.2.5 How does the Head of the institution ensure that adequate
information (from feedback and personal contacts etc.) is available
for the top management and the stakeholders, to review the
activities of the institution?
 The Head of the institution collects the information on various
quality parameters from various stakeholders through formal and
informal feedback. The feedback regarding various curricular, cocurricular and extra-curricular activities is discussed in the IQAC
and staff meetings for future course of action.
 Every year various programmes and activities are organized by the
college. The Head of the institution provides information about
various activities of the institution to the management through
various reports. Information is also provided to management in the
meeting of the Higher Education Committee of parent institution
and meetings of L M C and IQAC.
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 Annual report is published in the college annual magazine, “The
Jurist”
 AQAR is submitted to NAAC annually. Annual Reports are also
submitted to the Bar Council of India. Audit reports are also sent to
concerned authorities.
Thus all necessary information about the college activities is informed to
various stakeholders for review.
6.2.6 How does the management encourage and support involvement of
the staff in improving the effectiveness and efficiency of the
institutional processes?
 Principal and Management always encourage faculty to improve
their work culture.
 The various activities of the institution are communicated to the
staff in the beginning of every academic year.
 Effective and efficient execution requires constant encouragement
and motivation to the staff. It is provided by the management by
regular interaction with the staff. The mentorship is provided by
the LMC members and dignitaries from Rayat Shikshan Sanstha.
6.2.7 Enumerate the resolutions made by the Management Council in
the last year and the status of implementation of such resolutions.
The main resolutions were:
 To approve the expenditure on augmentation of computer lab
facilities.
 To sanction the expenditure for construction and installation of
elevator facility from OTIS.
 Organising Guest lectures.
 Invites honorary lecturers to provide advance knowledge in
different legal discipline like Cyber Law, IPR, Labour Law,
Insurance, Banking, Taxation etc.
 Mobilising resourses for expenditure on augmentation and repairs
of infrastructure
 To send proposal for PG Degree in law and Diploma Course
 To enter into MOU with Dr Smt. Jagirdar for launching State level
Moot Court Competition.
 To encourage faculty to send proposal for research projects to UGC
All these resolutions have been implemented substantially.
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?
YES
Institution has not yet taken efforts in obtaining autonomy.
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6.2.9 How does the Institution ensure that grievances / complaints are
promptly attended to and resolved effectively? Is there a
mechanism to analyze the nature of grievances for promoting
better stakeholder relationship?
 Institution has established separate Grievance Redressal Cell for
resolving grievance / Complaints from staff as well as students.
Grievances if any are also resolved by LMC, IQAC, Anti-Ragging
Committee and Grievance Redressal Committee for Women (Mahila
Takrar Nivaran Samiti).
 Teacher Parent Scheme is introduced for every class and the class
teacher provides all the academic and general counseling to students.
Suggestion box is kept in the college premises.
 Suggestions from all stakeholders are solicited frequently.

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?
Yes
 Feedback on institution is annually collected from students and is
analyzed by the committee accordingly and is placed before IQAC
Committee for necessary action. Accordingly the management
gives guidelines for improvement in the required field of action.
 Student feedback on teachers, Curriculum and Campus experience
are taken and evaluated for corrective action with active
involvement of IQAC.
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?
 Institution encourages and promotes staff for attending seminars,
workshops, conferences, Refresher / Orientation Courses and Training
workshops.
 Our College also organizes different seminars for professional
development of teaching and non teaching staff. Our parent institution
has organized training programmes for non-teaching staff in
accounting practices, Training in Tally software and office
Administration.
 The institution also provides the faculty with free Internet facility,
office assistance, library resourses and online legal database.
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 To improve ICT and Legal research skills, training from Manupatra
online database and other technical experts is arranged for the faculty.
 Through lead college activity lectures are organized for office staff of
the College, in Audit and accounts administration, tax Planning and
Library automation and English Communication Skills.
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 Institution adopts strategies for faculty empowerment through
organizing training programmes as well as seminars and workshops.
 Faculty is sent to various seminars on NAAC for training.
 Mentoring is provided by the management to encourage the faculty to
build efficient work culture and sense of responsibility and Time
Management in College activities.
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 Faculty annually submits the performance Appraisal report for
staff evaluation to the Institution.
 The Performance appraisal form contains the teaching role as well as
participation in curricular and extracurricular activities of Social
development, their research activities etc. with necessary documents.
 Academic diary, lecture notes, Self Appraisal Reports etc. is
maintained by the staff.
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?
 Faculty annually prepares the performance appraisal form and submits
it to principal after being verified by Head of the department and IQAC
Coordinator.
 The Principal verifies the same and records remarks on performance if
any.
 These remarks and confidential reports are communicated to concern
faculty for improvement and further necessary action.
6.3.5
What are the welfare schemes available for teaching and non
teaching staff? What percentage of staff have availed the benefit
of such schemes in the last four years?
Our parent institution and the college provide many welfare
schemes for teaching as well as administrative staff.
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 Laxmibai Bhaurao Patil Shikshanottejak Pat-Pedhi provides
educational loan up to Rs.50,000/- at a nominal interest for the staff
members and their children.
 Rayat Sevak Kutumb Kalyan Scheme: If a servant dies during his
service tenure, this scheme provides Rs.40000/- and the Rayat CoOperative Bank Ltd. provides Rs.2,00,000/- as a compensation to
his/her family.
 If a servant dies during his service, Shivaji University Teachers
Association (SUTA) gives Rs.35,000/- as a compensation to his/her
family.
 Rayat Sevak Welfare Fund ranging from Rs.500 to 25,000/- is
available as medical aid.
 Group Insurance for the staff and the faculty members is available. It
provides an insurance coverage of Rs.1,00,000/- at a premium of
Rs.15/- per year.
 The various loan schemes available in our Rayat Sevak Co-operative
Bank Ltd. Satara are as follows:
i. Ordinary Loan, (Loan No.1) up to Rs.12,00,000/ii. Emergency Loan, (Loan No.2) up to Rs.3,00,000/iii. Festival Loan (Loan No.3)
Rs.1,00,000/iv. Vehical Loan, up to
Rs.10,00,000/v. Educational Loan, up to
Rs.10,00,000/vi. Housing Loan, up to
Rs.40,00,000/vii. Gold Mortgage Loan as per valuation (Maximum
Rs.3,00,000)
viii. House Mortgage as per valuation (Maximum
Rs.25,00,000)
GPF-Loan facility is available as per the Government rules.
 The management has been permitting the staff to avail the
facility of deduction of loan installments at source from the
salary.
 Since the teaching and non-teaching staff is under salary grant
scheme of State Government they are eligible to receive the
benefit of Government Health Scheme.
 The state government has reimbursed the expenditure incurred
by some of the staff in notified hospitals.
6.3.6
What are the measures taken by the Institution for attracting and
retaining eminent faculty?
 Rayat Shikshan Sanstha is one of the recognized institutions in
Maharashtra having its own goodwill and attracts eminent faculty
from all parts of Maharashtra State.
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 The institution provides library facility, infrastructural support;
learning resourses, autonomy in work, computers with internet
facility, friendly atmosphere, transparent administration, efficient
work culture in the institution, timely payment of salary etc. which
attract the eminent faculty in the institution.
 Many eminent personalities and legal practitioners from Satara
District Bar Association have provided their honorary services to
the institution as faculty members and continue to do so till this
date.
6.4
6.4.1
Financial Management and Resource Mobilization
What is the institutional mechanism to monitor effective and
efficient use of available financial resources?
 Institution has established purchase committee. It is responsible for
purchase of all items as per the standard accounting practices and
norms laid down by the Rayat Shikshan Sanstha.
 Information about dispersal of financial resources and the income
and expenditure are properly maintained in account books.
 Internal as well as external audit is a mandatory and regular feature
of the college administration.
 It is mandatory to send Budget estimates, monthly and Quarterly
audit plans to the management.
 Strict record maintenance is kept and checked from certified C. A.
and is submitted to the management, bar Council of India,
Government and other authorities.
 The UGC Committee also inspects the utilization of financial
resource sanctioned by UGC.
 The institution conducts internal as well as external audit strictly as
per the norms and reports of audits are informed in LMC Meetings
for approval.
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 institution has conducted monthly, quarterly and annual
internal audit.
 The Rayat Shikshan Sanstha also conducts audit of institution and
sends audit report with audit notes and objections if any.
 The Institution is required to give compliance report as per the
directions of the Management.
 The last audit was done in April 2014. There were 4 audit queries
and all of them have been complied with and the compliance report
is sent to the management.
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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 major sources of institutional receipts/funding include
salary grant from State government, Tuition fee and other fee from
students and financial support from Rayat Shikshan Sanstha. Deficit
if any is also taken from Rayat Shikshan Sanstha.
6.4.3
Sr.No.
1
2
3
4
5
Financial Year
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Income
39,31,794
65,99,919
75,50,338
81,74,699
1,10,43,503
Expenditure
37,59,093
6939,503
75,43,489
79,30,878
1,12,86,392
Deficit
3,39,584
2,42,889
The reserve fund available with the college is as follows.
Sr.No. Fix Deposit No. Name of Bank
1
0057719
The Rayat Sevak Co-op. Bank Ltd., Satara
2
8033
The Rayat Sevak Co-op. Bank Ltd., Satara
3
8037
The Rayat Sevak Co-op. Bank Ltd., Satara
4
2000
The Rayat Sevak Co-op. Bank Ltd., Satara
Amount
10000/40000/20000/600000/-
6.4.4.
Give details on the efforts made by the institution in securing
additional funding and the utilization of the same (if any).
Institution is recognized under 2 (f) and 12 (b) of UGC on 1. 3.2011.
Since then institution has become eligible to secure financial
assistance from UGC.
The details of UGC funding received are as follows.
Grant Sanction Received
Sr.No. Scheme of UGC
Rs.
Grants
Merged Scheme (XI Plan)
3,32,000/3,32000/1
College Development Assistance (XI Plan) 2,80,000/2,80,000/2
Additional Assistance (XI Plan)
50,00,000/40,00,000/3
Minor Research Project (XI Plan)
5,60,000/4,10,000/4
Merged Scheme (XIIth Plan)
25% of XI Plan
1,50,000/5
Seminar State and National Level
5,30,000/4,08,750/6
Development Assistance XIIth Plan
10,00,000/10,00,000/7
COC Grant
12,60,000/12,60,000/8
IQAC
3,00,000/3,00,000/9
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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 IQAC was first formulated on 15th September, 2005.
Establishment of IQAC has provided us with necessary introspection
regarding our strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and challenges. It
has positively contributed to institutionalize the processes in the
college for overall quality enhancement.
b. How many decisions of the IQAC have been approved by the
management/ authorities for implementation and how many of
them were actually implemented?
Substantially almost all the decisions have been approved and
implemented by the management.
c. Does the IQAC have external members on its committee? If so,
mention any significant contribution made by them.
Yes. At present we have 2 external members on IQAC. They have
significantly contributed towards building efficient work culture
among staff and have motivated them for development of quality.
d. How do students and alumni contribute to the effective functioning
of the IQAC?
Students and alumni have directly as well as indirectly
contributed towards goal setting and Bench marking through, feedback
and interaction. They have been consulted frequently in planning
significant strategies for college development. Their wholehearted
participation has strengthened the functioning of IQAC.
e. How does the IQAC communicate and engage staff from different
constituents of the institution?
Annual planning and implementing strategies are discussed in
IQAC meetings and are communicated to the different constituents of
the institution for information and implementation.
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.
For Academic planning, the annual teaching plans are prepared
by the faculty members well in advance. They are implemented as per
academic calendar every term.
For smooth functioning of administrative activities the
distribution of work and benchmarking of the responsibilities is made
in consultation with all administrative staff members to maintain
transparency in administration.
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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 management organizes and sponsors the participation of
administrative staff for training in Tally, Accounts and Audit
Procedure, Office Administration, Automation of Library and Tax
planning , General Administration etc.
Naac Coordinator and senior faculty members have attended the
training workshops on quality enhancement in Higher education.
Teachers are encouraged to participate in workshops, training
programmes and seminars on quality parameters.
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 Local Enquiry Committees appointed by University, the
peers from other regulatory authorities like regional Joint Director,
higher Ed., Members from Bar Council of India, visit the institution
for external audit and inspection. Their recommendations are
complied with by the institution.
6.5.5. How are the internal quality assurance mechanisms aligned with
the requirements of the relevant external quality assurance
agencies/regulatory authorities?
 The Rayat Shikshan Sanstha supervises and monitors the academic as
well as administrative process in the institution.
 Sanstha provides valuable guidelines for Quality enhancement as per
the NAAC guidelines and Norms set up by UGC, Government, BCI
and the University.
 Special intensive training is provided for Principals, IQAC
Coordinators and senior faculty members by the Parent Institution.
 Constant guidance, technical and administrative support and mentoring
from the Sanstha has enormously helped us in achieving the desired
results and confirm to the norms and quality indicator and parameters
set by external agencies and regulatory authorities.
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?
 Formal and informal feedback is taken by the management and IQAC
from students, parents, ex students, academic peers etc. and the
response is ascertained and communicated to the concerned.
 Faculty members are required to submit the self appraisal reports,
academic diaries, teaching plans as per norms prescribed by the
management and their confidential reports are submitted to the
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management by the institution.
 The college submits the information about the college results in
university exams in subject wise, teacher wise and Class wise formats
to the management. If the results are found unsatisfactory, the
concerned teacher is informed to take corrective action.
 Management motivates the hardworking teachers with appreciation.
The meritorious students and colleges are rewarded by the
management.
6.5.7
How does the institution communicate its quality assurance
policies, mechanisms and outcomes to the various internal and
external stakeholders?
 The institution communicate its quality assurance policies,
mechanisms and outcomes to the various internal and external
stakeholders through publication in prospectus, display on web sites
and discussions in various committee meetings. Annual report is
published in the college annual magazine i.e. The Jurist.
 Information about all activates of the college is published through
press note in regional news papers.
Any other relevant information regarding Governance Leadership
and Management which the college would like to include.
 The College is situated in the vicinity of the beautiful campus of Rayat
Shikshan Sanstha and has the benefit of strong back up, support,
Mentorship and administrative guidance from it.
 The parent institution organization various quality improvement
strategies for faculty and administrative staff.
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CRITERIA VII: INNOVATIONS AND BEST PRACTICES
7.1
Environment Consciousness
7.1.1 Does the Institute conduct a Green Audit of its campus and
facilities?
There is no formal conducting of green audit in the College but
the College is eco friendly. It is located at a small beautiful area. We
are keeping it clean and have planted the trees wherever possible in
and around the campus. The institute conducts audit for conservation
of the environment by applying following broad strategies:
 Reducing Consumption of Paper by promoting use of ICT
resources:
The College has significantly cut down on its need of paper
stationary by resorting to computerization of records and using email
for communication. A vast majority of record is kept in soft copies.
Students are encouraged to use ICT resources. Correspondence
between our parent institution and college is also done through e-mail.
 Water Conservation:
College makes a qualitative and quantitative analysis of water
consumption to identify means of reducing and reusing the water in the
campus.
The points with leakage and overflow of water are identified
and appropriate measures are taken to prevent wastage of water.
Some monitoring mechanisms to check tank overflows have
been installed in the college.
 Prevention of pollution:
The College avoids burning of garbage and waste paper as an
effort to contribute to the environmental conservation. The disposal of
waste is made only at public waste garbage bins. Our students and
faculty engage in spreading social Companioning during festival of
Diwali, Ganesh Festivals on issues of noise pollution, Air and Water
Pollution etc.
 Participation in Environmental Protection :The faculty and the students of our college are members of Wild
Life Society, Satara and have active participation in programmes
conducted by the society. Students of our college are informed by
this NGO about safe methods of snake catching and wild life
protection. Our students are engaged in various activities connected
with environment through projects, street plays, rallies,
demonstrations and participation in related activities.
7.1.2 What are the initiatives taken by the college to make the campus
eco-friendly?
 Plantation :Institution has taken certain initiatives to make campus ecofriendly. Institution has its own but limited garden area in the
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campus. On the occasion of 15th Aug. faculty and students have
planted trees
and their care is taken regularly. For creating
awareness about environment protection, institution on many
occasions has elicited the guests with plants.
 Energy Conservation
Making the campus eco-friendly is the major concern of the
college administration. It takes expert opinion, plans strategies to
sustain environment, and implement them effectively involving
students and staff. Following measures have been taken to save energy:
 In non-reading and non-working areas, reduced lighting is
ensured.
 Lights are switched off immediately when not required.
 All transformers are disconnected and MCBs are installed and
operated to close the power supply at the end of the working
day.
 Computers, printers, copiers etc, which are not in use are closed
and switched to power off mode and are disconnected at the
end of a day.
 All personal computers utilize the power management option
for conserving electrical energy.
 Electronic equipments and gadgets are shut- off during nonworking hours.
 All the college windows are constructed in such a way that
light and air can be easily and sufficiently accessible.
Maximum use of Natural Sunlight was assumed while planning
the infrastructure.
 Members of student council and faculty have been deputed to
check the wastage of electrical energy by ensuring that fans
should not run in unoccupied classrooms.
 Alternative solar lights are installed in the parking area.
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.
 FEEDBACK MECHANISM: Students give the feedback about the
teachers at the end of each year. Informal interaction between the
students and the concerned teachers are encouraged. The Principal of
the college also interacts with students. Students are encouraged to
approach to the principal directly or indirectly through Suggestion
Box. The Principal, pertaining to teaching quality encourage teachers
for improvement. All efforts are made to provide latest teaching
skills.
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 COMPUTERIZATION OF ADMINISTRATIVE BLOCK: The
college administrative block has been computerized. The
administrative staff has been given training by parent institution to
understand the technicalities pertaining to working on the
technology, office administrative work, tally system for accountancy.
 COMPUTERIZATION OF LIBRARY: The process of
computerization accession is initiated for full automation of College
Library. A room has been separately reserved for computers with
internet facilities. Librarian has got training of Libriya software
specially designed for Library from 2011-12 regarding
computerization/automation of College Library.
 ACADEMIC INNOVATIONS: - The College is trying its best to
introduce many innovations which improve academics as well as
moral excellence among students. The college has introduced
Remedial Classes for the students of SC/ST/OBC students,
particularly poor and financially weak students. Separate bridge
courses Remedial Coaching are conducted for slow learners. Scholar
cards system is used for Meritorious Student, Add on courses, Career
Oriented Courses, Distance Education Courses introduced. The
Shivaji University, Kolhapur conducts the Board of Study meetings
to revise the syllabus of different subjects taught in the Colleges in a
regular span of time. They try to make syllabus of the courses student
friendly, which help to ease the burden of the students and improve
the passing percentage.
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
Objectives and/or contributed to the Quality improvement of the
core activities of the college.
Best Practices of the College
Free legal Assistance to under trial Prisoners
Goal:Since the inception of this college, it has been our constant
endeavor to provide quality legal education with expanding horizons of
academic excellence and professional training in the upcoming areas.
The underlying Principle of this practice is to develop
awareness among the students of law as well as an earnest attempt to
provide legal aid to poor and needy including under trial prisoners.
This practice of providing free legal assistance helps to develop social
responsibility among the students.
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Objectives of the practice: To study the criminal justice system;
 To make students empathetic towards offenders, particularly under
trial prisoners;
 To protect the human rights of trial prisoners
 To provide free legal aid to under trial prisoners
 To suggest changes for improvement in the existing prison system
and justice delivery mechanism.
Context:Inaccessibility, unaccountability and public indifference are
most conducive to violation of human rights of prisoners. Most of the
prisoners are not aware of their basic human rights and provisions of
free legal aid. This was intended to bridge the missing link between
higher education and the community and help students to acquire an
understanding of crime and punishment. Art.21 of Indian Constitution
also provides Right of free legal aid as part and parcel of Right to life
and Personal liberty. Art. 39 of Constitution also impose responsibility
on State Govt. to provide free legal assistance to arrested persons.
Other laws also incorporated various provisions relating to free legal
aid.
Considering all these views and provisions, college started this
practice of sending students of last year for jail visit and directed them
to observe the conditions of prisoners, their living conditions.
Provisions about their food and meal, and also discuss with them, their
difficulties and guide them with legal advice and counseling.
The practice:alter-net
Weekly visits – our law students visited the jail on
Saturdays and engaged in imparting legal information and counseling
to the prisoners. For that purpose, groups of students are formed so as
to make it convenient and to give them better opportunity to students to
communicate with prisoners. The visits help build rapport with
prisoners and add to their sense of self-worth. The activity adds the
sense of accountability of the prison officials. For students, it leads to
an awareness of the loopholes in the criminal justice system.
Legal intervention– Most under trail prisoners in Satara are from rural
background. In association with lawyers, the college offers legal
knowledge and intervention for petty offenders who would otherwise
languish in prison. Students obtain information from under trial
prisoners such as name, address, the offence charged, nature of case,
name of advocates, information about their family members and so on.
After collecting all the information, if possible students advise the
under trial prisoners to their best satisfaction. If any problem arises
students seek help from teachers and jail authorities and they try to
provide legal assistance to the prisoners.
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Counseling – The College offers counseling to prison inmates. Most
of them are homemakers and are deeply rooted in their home and
hearth. Any displacement for whatever reason causes them untold
misery and distress, often altering their course of life irreversibly for
the worse. Individual, attentive and unbiased listening to each one
gives them a new lease of life.
After taking information from prisoners students prepare a
report on the jail visit and concerned lecturer is required to sign it, for
its authentication. That report is included in the practical file work of
our college.
Teachers and Students needs to give extra time for this purpose.
However in spite of these constraints, college has successfully applied
this practice and also plans to continue this practice on regular basis.
Evidence of Success:This scheme seems to be very successful in relation to the
students and also in relation to the prisoners.
When asked about students’ experience they told that, it is an
amazing experience, for them to communicate with prisoners, it was
the only opportunity for them to know the life of prisoners and when
they advised them, special feeling about social responsibility was
generated, that they are doing certain valuable social work. They have
shouldered certain responsibility towards the society.
After jail visit when we talked to prisoners they also shared
their experience that many of the prisoners having so many of family
problems as well as financial problems in some cases they are provided
with advocates but advocate are too busy to work for them or not
representing them in a proper form.
They told that the information given by students and teachers
has been very helpful for them to know their rights and to understand
their case in right manner. From all these experiences we feel that we
have tried to give them informal legal advice, which they really
needed.
Problems Encountered:Visits by outsiders to the jail raised questions for prison
officials and are strongly discouraged. Thus, permission for visits is
not easy to get. However, firm commitment from the college got due
recognition from the favorably-inclined prison officials. The practice
has, to a great extent, bridged the gap between pure academics and
community engagement. The students have developed a spirit of social
service and commitment to the community, specially the imprisoned.
Convincing students and jail authorities has been very crucial.
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Resources required
The college has procured the permission from jail authorities
and has deputed a faculty member as team leader to monitor the jail
visit.
Faculty and students has borne the expenses of travelling by
their own. Resources for TA DA are raised from the staff as well as
students from time to time with no difficulty. Motivated students
spread the awareness among the student community and the other
recourses’ like stationary etc were collected from the institution...
This practice seems to be very effective for law students all
rural development to make them socially aware about the rights of
prisoners who are vulnerable section of the society. This is the step
towards achieving commitment towards and creating social awareness
among students.
Contact Details
Name of the Principal: - Dr. Mrs. Sujata Sanjay Pawar
Name of the Institution: - Ismailsaheb Mulla Law College, Satara
Accredited Status: - B++ (2004-2009)
City: - Satara, Pin Code: - 415 001
Work Phone: - 02162- 234138
E-mail ID :- [email protected], [email protected]
Website: - www.imlc.in and www.imlc.ac.in
Mobile: - 9422400917
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Second Best Practices
Active contribution of faculty and alumina in creating legal literacy and
social awareness
Goal: - Active participation and contribution from faculty and alumni in
creating legal and 01social awareness has been a distinguishing feature of Law
College. They participate in activities of legal aid and legal literacy in nearby
villages in Satara District. This practice of providing free legal assistance and
disseminating knowledge aims at promoting the sense of social responsibility,
contributing towards national development.
Objectives of the practice: To provide free legal advice to needy and poor.
 To disseminate legal information to community
 To protect the human rights of people
 To create awareness in the society about various legal, social,
economic and human rights issues.
 To bring about discussions and brainstorming in the society on
issues of gender, human rights, female feticide, Environment,
Rehabilitation issues of Dam affected persons etc.,
Context:Major part of the Indian population is ignorant of their legal
rights. They are unaware with the legal procedure and how to
overcome legal problems. The institution as a law college wishes to
make contribution to the society by spreading legal literacy among
people. It is also understood that, Law should mould the public opinion
making it socially relevant and practically acceptable among people.
Our faculty and alumni are invoved in mentoring the society in this
regard. They extensively interact with student community as well as
society in general through public speaking in colleges, villages, on
radio and cable TV network.
The Practice:In the above context our institution organizes free Legal Aid
Camps annually at nearby villages. Our teachers and legal experts,
Advocates, Judges etc. participate in these camps.
The alumni and faculty also work through legal aid clinic in our
college to provide free legal advice.
Some faculty members participate in talk shows on Satara
Akashwani
radio broadcasting. Some faculty members regularly
engage Interactive discussions on various socially relevant topics on
Cable TV network.
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Evidence of Success:Our College organizes Legal Aid Camp every year in one of
the selected village. Our faculty and student organize activities in
village like speeches on Legal Topics, Street Play,
Posters,
presentation. Students make door to door survey to collect the personal
legal or social problems of the villagers.
In 2010 our college in collaboration with District Legal Aid
Committee, Satara organized Legal Aid Camp at Chinchner (Vandan)
Tal Satara. Where, Judges from Satara District Court participated
namely. Hon’ble U.B. More, Hon’ble Smt. R.J. Patil (Civil Judges,
Satara) who spoke on rights of senior citizens.
In Jan. 2011 in Association with District Legal Aid Committee,
Satara Hon’ble P.P. Joshi, Hon’ble S.V. Pimple (JMFC andCJJO)
Satara delivered lectures on Right to Information.
The cable TV networks on SBN Channel, hosts two shows,
namely, Kayada, Prashna Ki Uttar? And BhumiShilpa,
These programs are very popular among people in Satara. In
fact, the BhumiShilpa program has crossed 300 episodes wherein Adv.
D.V.Patil interacts on several legl, social, economical, political and
legal issues of national importance.
Problems Encountered and Resources Required: It is difficult to expose the personal legal problems of people as they
are living in orthodox society are unwilling to share their personal
and family problems.
 Skill based human resources expert in counseling are required for such
survey involving domestic problems.
 The resourses are generated voluntarily from faculty and students.
Contact Details
Name of the Principal: - Dr. Mrs. Sujata Sanjay Pawar
Name of the Institution: - Ismailsaheb Mulla Law College, Satara
Accredited Status: - B++ (2004 – 2009)
City: - Satara
Pin Code: - 415 001
Work Phone: - 02162- 234138
E-mail ID :- [email protected], [email protected]
Website: - www.erayat.org/imlc and www.imlc.in, www.imlc.ac.in
Mobile: - 9422400917
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E. Departmental
Evaluation Report
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Rayat Shikshan Sanstha’s
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Evaluative Report of the Departments
Name of the department
:
Law
Year of Establishment
:
15/06/1968
Names of Programmes / Courses offered
a. Five year law Course
UG
b. Three year law Course
Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units
involvedFive Year Law Course
Three Year Law Course
I NLC
I LL.B.
II NLC
II LL.B.
III NLC
III LL.B.
IV NLC
V NLC
5.
Annual/ semester/choice based credit system -
6.
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other
departments
- NA
7.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign
institutions, etc.
a. Diploma in Cyber Law and
b. Diploma in Intellectual Property Law in collaboration with Asian
School of Cyber Law.
8.
Details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any) with reasons
- NA
9.
Number of Teaching posts
Sanctioned
Professors
Associate Professors
1
Asst. Professors
9
Semister
Filled
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8
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10. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization,
(D.Sc./D.Litt. /Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,)
Name
Qualification
Designation Specialization No.
of No. of Ph.D.
Years of Students
Experience guided for the
last 4 years
Political
35
7
Dr. Jadhav A.Y
M.A.
(Political Asso. Prof
science
science)
Ph.d,
M.A.(Sociology,
History)
Dr. Pawar S.S.
B.Com, LL.M., Asst.Prof.
Law
15
5
NET, SET, Ph.d
Prof. Kamble C.N.
B.Sc,
LL.M., Asst.Prof.
Law
9
NET
Prof. Suryawanshi BSL, LL.M, NET Asst.Prof.
Law
6
M.N.
Prof. Desai Y.N.
BSL, LL.M, NET Asst.Prof.
Law
6
Prof. Patil D.P.
Prof. Nikumbh G.Y.
Prof. Jawale R.J.
BSL, LL.M, SET Asst.Prof.
BSL,
LL.M, Asst.Prof.
NET, SET
B.Com., LL.M. Asst.Prof.
NET
Law
Law
6
4
-
Law
4
-
11. List of senior visiting faculty- 14
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and
handled(programme wise) by temporary faculty
13. Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise)
practical classes
20%
-
30:1
14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative
staff; sanctioned and filled
Sanctioned
Filled
Administrative Staff
8
7
academic support staff (technical)
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil/PG. Ph.D. – 3
 M.Phil – 2
 PG - 15
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from
a) National b) International funding agencies and grants received
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Nature
of the
Project
Minor
Research
projects
Total grant
Name
of Durati Title of the project
of the Sancti Receiv
on
fundin oned
Year
ed
g
From
agency
To
Dr. Pawar 2012- “Implementation
of
the UGC
80,000/ 57,500/
S.S.
2013
Biomedical Waste (Management
and Handling) Rules 1998 by
Hospitals in Satara City”
80,000/ 65,000/
Dr. Jadhav 2012- “Mahatma Gandhi’s ideas of UGC
A.Y.
2013
Satyagraha and it’s relevance
today with reference to mass
agitation by Anna Hajare”
80,000/ 57,500/
2012- “An Empirical Study of Socio- UGC
Prof.
2013
Legal Problem of Child Labour
Kamble
with Special Reference Satara and
C.N.
Karad City in Maharashtra”
80,000/ 57,500/
Prof. Desai 2012- “Rights of Prisoners with special UGC
Y.N.
2013
reference to Right to Free Legal
Aid and its implementation in the
District of Satara”
Prof. Patil 2012- “A Study on Lok Adalat in Satara UGC
80,000/ 57,500/
D.P.
2013
City”
Prof.
2012- “A Study on Right to Health to As UGC
80,000/ 57,500/
Nikumbh
2013
a Basic Human Right with Special
G.Y.
Reference to Satara District”
80,000/ 57,500/
Prof.
2012- “Rights and Rehabilitation of UGC
Jawale. R.J. 2013
Slum Dwellers in Satara City : In
Theory and in Practice”
Smt. Patil 2012- “Bibliometric Analysis of Library UGC
80,000/ 57,500/
N.P.
13
Herald of __ Last Twelve Years of
Its Publication (2001-2012)”
17. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR,
etc. and total grants received- 08
18. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University- Rayat Institute
of Research and Development (RIRD) established by our parent
institution Rayat Shikshan Sanstha is recognized by Shivaji University,
Kolhapur and two faculty members from our college are recognized as
research guide for Ph.D and M.Phil in RIRD.
19. Publications: *Publication per faculty
Name of Faculty
Publication
Article Published
Paper Presented
Dr. Pawar S.S.
12
15
Prof. Kamble C.N.
09
14
Name
faculty
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Total
grant
receive
d
till
date
57,500/
65,000/
57,500/
57,500/
57,500/
57,500/
57,500/
57,500/
Prof. Suryawanshi M.N.
05
08
Prof. Desai Y.N.
02
05
Prof. Patil D.P.
08
16
Prof. Nikumbh G.Y.
01
05
Prof. Jawale R.J.
10
17
Dr. Jadhav. A.Y.
04
05
Dr. Jadhav. A.Y.
1 (Book Publication)
Dr. Pawar S.S
 Number of papers published by faculty and students in peer
- 5
reviewed journals (national / State/international)
 Number of publications listed in International Database (for
Eg: Web of Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete,
Dare Database - International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO
host, etc.) Monographs- Dr. Jadhav A.Y. wrote and published a book on
Maharshi Vittal Ramaji Shinde.
 Chapter in Books: By Dr. Jadhav A.Y. has written chapters in
books of B.A. Part I, II, III and M.A. Part I, II of Shivaji
University Kolhapur.
 Books Edited: Dr. Jadhav A.Y. has editted books of B.A. Part I,
II, III and M.A. Part I, II of Shivaji University Kolhapur.
 Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of publishers- 1
Published a book “Essentials of Information Technology Law” co
authored
by
Dr
Sujata
Pawar
and
Yogesh Kolekar in March 2015, published by Notionpress, Chennai
with ISBN-10 938487857X and ISBN-13 9789384878573 in
English as paperback print edition and online edition, available in
print in India and abroad as International publication at
www.notionpress.com, www.amazon.in , www.infibeam.com ,
www.bookadda.com, www.flipkart.com and www.sapnaonline.com
 Citation Index -No
 SNIP
-No
 SJR
-No
 Impact factor -Yes - 1
 h-index
-No
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated –
Areas of Consultancy
Income Generated
Free Legal Assistance
Nil
21. Faculty as members in
a) National committees - All India Law Teachers Congress
b) International Committees
c) Editorial Boards- Member, Editorial
Board, Research Dimension, Multidisciplinary and International Journal with
ISSN No.
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22. Student projects
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
departmental/programme - Nil
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i.e.in Research laboratories/Industry/other agencies- 12%
23. Awards/ Recognitions received by faculty and students
Awards received by Faculty: Prof. Patil D.P. has received First award
in Avishkar Competition organised by Shivaji University Kolhapur. Dr.
Jadhav A.Y. has received two state level awards from Maharashtra
Unification Conference, Yashawantrao Chavan Open University, and
Nashik. And Shanti Niketan, Sangli, and Yashawant Sharad Prabodhini
and Research institute, Pune.
Awards received by Students: Miss Heena Shaikh of our college
has received third prize in state level Bhumata social Writing
Competition, as well as third prize in inter university elocution
competitution, as well as consolidated prize in Dr. Karmaveer Bhurao
Patil State level elocution competition. Miss. Harshada Mehetre has
secured best mooter consolidated prize in moot court competition. Miss
Shehal Suryawanshi has selected in university badminton Team of Shivaji
University, Kolhapur.
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the
department
 Hon’ble Mr. A.D. Upadhye , District Judge, Satara
 Hon’ble Mr. Sanjay Deshmukh, District Judge, Yavatmal
 Hon’ble Mr. Vijay Gaikwad, Add. Dist. Judge, Udgir
 Hon’ble Mr. Shrikant Bhosale, Civil Judge, Sr. Div., Solapur
 Hon’ble Ms. Anjali Apte, Civil Judge, Sr. Div., Sindhudurg
 Hon’ble Mr. D.K. Mulla, Chief Metropolitan Magistrate, Mumbai
 Hon’ble Ms. Rutuja Bhosale, Civil Judge, Jr. Div., Solapur
 Smt. Medha Patkar, Social Worker
 Smt. Chetna Sinha, Social Worker
 Prin. Dr. Narayana Chairman BOS Law Shivaji university, Kolhapur.
 Prin. Dr. Minal Bapat Dean Law Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
 Prin. Mrs. Mangala Patil New law college, Kolhapur
 Prin. Dr. Rega Surya Rao PDP law College, Phaltan.
 Dr. Bhola Asst. Prof. KBP College of management, Satara.
25. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of
funding
A) National
B) International
 One day teachers training workshop- Funding from University.
 One day inter collegiate workshop on paper presentation-
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Funding from the University
 One day inter collegiate workshop on tax planning -Funding
from university
26.
Student profile programme/course wise:
Enrolled Pass
Name
of
the Applications Selected
received
*M *F percentage
Course/programme
(refer question no. 4)
I NLC
34
46 Not Available
80
80
II NLC
52
52
17
35 Not Available
III NLC
50
50
15
35 Not Available
IV NLC
52
52
29 23
Not Available
V NLC
36
36
17 19
Not Available
I LL.B.
80
80
44
36 Not Available
II LL.B.
47
47
28
19 Not Available
III LL.B.
40
40
22
18 Not Available
*M=Male F=Female
27. Diversity of Students
Name of the % of students from % of students % of students
Course
the same state
from other States from abroad
I NLC
II NLC
III NLC
IV NLC
V NLC
I LL.B.
II LL.B.
III LL.B.
80
52
50
52
36
80
47
40
-
-
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive
examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense
services, etc. ?
Sr.No. Particulars of Competitive Number of Students Cleared Exams
Examination / Selection Board
or Selected for the Employment
1
JMFC
04
2
MPSC / UPSC (PSI/STI)
03
3
NET / SET
06
4
Public Prosecutor
11
29. Student progression
Student progression
UG to PG
PG to M.Phil.
Against % enrolled
Approximate 30 to 40 %
-
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Student progression
PG to Ph.D.
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
Employed
 Campus selection
 Other than campus recruitment
Entrepreneurship/Self-employment
Against % enrolled
Approximate 5 %
Approximate 60%
Approximate 60%
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library
:- Total area of the library is 694.56 Sq Mts.
b) Internet facilities for Staff and Students - for staff -4 computers and
forStudents -25 computers
c) Class rooms with ICT facility
- one smart class room and
Two portable LCD Projectors
d) Laboratories - Nil
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college,
university, government or other agencies – 125 students
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures /
workshops / seminar) with external experts
a. Diploma in labour law
b. Diploma in cyber law
c. Diploma in Intellectual property law
d. Certificate course in computer skills for legal profession
e. Certificate course in personality development and soft skills
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning
Lecture method, Group Discussion method, Presentation method,
Seminar, Question-answer Sessions, Practical training, Debating, Field
work, etc.
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and
Extension activities
 Karmaveer Rally : Every year on September 22, Faculty members
and students take out a rally in satara city for promotion of literacy
awareness among the masses. The students interact with the local
folks.
 Legal Literacy programs : The College is consistently organizing
legal literacy programmes such as legal aid camps, para legel training
programmes, jail visits, street play etc. In the College also lectures of
eminent lawyers are organized for the students for creating awareness
about legal rights of students.
 Blood Donation: faculty and students participated every year in blood
donation camps organized on the occasion of karmaveer jayanti.
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 Holistic Development of Students: The College regularly organizes
various programmes such as V.N. Patil Memorial Lecture series, in
which lectures of eminent social workers, speakers are organized every
year.
 Environment Conservation: The College faculty was instrumental in
inspiring the students to take part in all activities implemented in the
College for environment conservation. College also offer plants to
guests on the event of their felicitation
 Social Values: As envisaged in its mission statement the College
nurture social values among the students. Students participate in
various programs to memorialize the anniversaries of national heroes
and events.
35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans
STRENGTHS
 Consistent Meritorious Standing in University Merit List
 Library enriched with large collection text books, reference books,
commentaries, Journals, periodicals, e-learning resources and online
database for legal research and Inflibnet
 Dynamic and efficient management with transperancy in
administration.
 All classrooms are Digital classroom with ICT enabled teaching
learning facilities
 Well equipped computer Lab with internet facility and wi fi
connectivity
 Extension activities like legal aid camps, legal literacy programmes,
para legal training etc. through Legal Aid Clinic in association with
District Court, Satara, with strong support and participation from
alumni, staff and students
 Adequate and spacious infrastructure
 Organisation of various academic, co-curricular and extra curricular
activities for allround and holistic development of students.
WEAKNESSES
 Inadequate hostel facility for students
 Students from rural and vernacular background with average
communication skills
 Poor linguistic abilities of students and lack of fluency in English, that
is medium of instruction for the Legal Education.
 Decreasing response from students to Five Year Law Course
admission
 Partial financial assistance from the government.
OPPORTUNITIES
 To start Post Graduate degree in law
 Introducing Choice Based Credit System in the curriculum
 To conduct state level, national level seminars and conferences.
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 To augment placement services and career guidance for students.
 To establish collaborations with reputed legal institutions, law firms
and research organizations.
 To promote respect for rule of law and administration of justice in the
society
CHALLENGES
 Sustaining in the era of Globalization and Privatization of Higher
Education.
 Conducting Diplomas and other certificate courses permanently on
non-grant basis.
 Maintenance of quality and excellence in legal Education and Building
quality work culture
 To develop strategies for mobilizing financial resources
FUTURE PLANS
 To Start LL.M. and Diploma in Taxation.
 To carry out extension of library and auditorium.
 To extend further career oriented courses.
 To use solar energy.
 To introduce choice based credit system.
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F. Post Accreditation
Initiatives
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Post-accreditation Initiatives
The college has undergone the accreditation process by NAAC in September
2004. Following quality sustenance and enhancement measures are undertaken
by the college in post-accreditation period.
Sr.No Recommendations
Post Accreditation Compliance
1. Compared to the strength of students, the Six Full Time Permanent Faculty members are appointed
strength of full time faculty members is as per UGC norms in post accreditation period.
less, which needs to be augmented on a
priority basis.
2. The Three Year and Five Year LL.B. Since 2007-08 all the classes are conducted in new
classes should be conducted separately and specious building of the college and Three Year and Five
not combined, as done at present.
Year LL.B. Law courses are conducted separately.
3. There has to be a scheme for faculty Institution brings to notice of the staff the faculty
development programmes on regular basis. development programme schedule of UGC. Faculty is
encouraged to attend orientation and refresher courses. In
post accreditation period 7 refresher courses and 3
orientation courses were attended by staff. Faculty in also
encouraged to attend teachers training programmes and
workshops to enhance their professional development and
16 teachers have participated in such programmes in last
four years
4. As far the faculty members are concerned, At present 80% of faculty is engaged in research activity.
the teaching and research should go hand in In last four years two faculty members Dr. smt. Pawar S.S.
hand to enhance quality of education.
and Dr. smt. Patil D.P. had completed their Ph.D. from
Shivaji University, Kolhapur and two faculty members Mr.
N.R. Jadhav and Mrs. Mrunalini Waikar have completed
M.Phil from Shivaji University. Two faculty members are
recognized guide for Ph.D and M.Phil. Prof. Kamble C.N.,
Prof. Suryawanshi M.N., Prof. Nikumbh G.Y., and Prof.
Jawale R.J., Prof. Jadhav N.R has submitted their synopsis
for approval of RRC. Dr. Jadhav A.Y. had completed
Minor Research Project in 2008; In 2012-13 Minor
Research Projects are sanctioned to 8 fulltime lecturers.
Faculty also published articles, paper in peer revied
journals/Books in ISBN / ISSN numbered journals. Faculty
also participated and presented papers in various
International / National / State/University Level Seminar /
Workshop / Conferences etc.
5. The institution is expected to assist the The Institution provides assistance to faculty member in
faculty members in their research activities their research in term of infrastructure, library facility and
providing necessary assistance such as, support services, free Internet LAN facility with Wi-Fi
seed money, study leave, adjustment of connectivity with Inverter Back up. T.A., Registraiion Fee
work load, etc.
and Duty Leave are granted to faculty attending workshop,
seminar etc. for presenting research articles.
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6.
Imparting quality education involves a
continuing effort to make the students more
and more capable and competent in the
field. Hence, employment of modern
technique of teaching, training with the
assistance of modern equipment has
become essential. There must be continuing
effort to make the learning exercises
effective, interesting and also pleasant.
7.
Library needs to be added with more
number of books. A Book Bank Scheme
for the economically disadvantaged is a
necessity. All the activities of the library
need to be computerized.
8.
Introduction of Self-Appraisal system helps
the
systematization
of
academic
instructions and faculty development.
Student appraisal about campus experience
helps administration in identifying the areas
of concern so that necessary remedial
actions can be taken to improve the
standard and quality of the institution.
9.
10. Bridge / remedial courses, tutorials,
counseling, etc., have to be on regular basis
to help the educationally disadvantaged
students and to improve the success rate.
11. There is a need to organized conferences /
workshops periodically to provide an
opportunity to the students and the faculty
members to interact with the experts in the
field. These activities help in motivating
the students and staff.
The college provides updated knowledge to students with
the help of ICT enabled teaching the institution has
established modern, well furnished computer lab with 25
computers equipped with Internet LAN facility and Wi-Fi
connectivity with Inverter Back up. Use of LCD Projectors,
Laptops, Audio Visuals and e-resources is made in
Teaching Learning process.
All classrooms are digital classrooms with 3 smart
interactive digital class rooms.
Library resources include AIR Software, Manupatra
online Database and legal research Software and
INFLIBNET N-List subscription. To make students
competent two skill enhancement courses namely computer
skills and personality development are designed for them.
In last four years books and reading material online/offline
worth Rs. 9,74,445/-are purchased in library. A book bank
facility is provided to student. Students belonging to
disadvantaged section receive book bank facility free of
cost. Libraria Software is installed in library for
computerization at automation. Bar-coding is completed
and students are given open access.
Institution has system of taking Self Apprisal forms on
yearly basis and in 2011-12 institution has started taking
API forms as per UGC norms.
So as to improve quality and standard of institution we
have taken feedback from students. The feedback was
analyzed by the college and necessary improvements have
been carried out. Suggestion box as kept in the campus for
students to consider their suggestions on the campus
experience.
To improve the success rate of educationally disadvantaged
students, institution has started bridge course, remedial
lectures as well as various skill oriented courses such as
Personality Development and Soft Skills, Computer Skills
for Law Profession. Institution also provided academic
counseling to students on different aspects. Tutorials,
assignments, moot courts are conducted to analyze
performance of students on regular basis.
Our College organized Workshops, Seminars on
different issues such as Right to Information, Practical
Training, Development of Management Skills for Legal
Practitioners, Health Care and Psychological Balance, Tax
Planning and Accounts Administration, Human Rights,
Gender issues, Ethics in Legal Profession, SEZ etc.
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12. Continuous interval assessment might be
introduced to sustain the interest of
students in learning though out the duration
of the course.
13. Placement cell and employment cell are
required in the Law College also to assist
the law Graduates to find suitable chambers
of Senior Lawyers specialized in different
areas of law and also to assist them in
finding post of legal advisors / officers in
commercial / industrial establishments and
other organizations. Institutions may also
help and encourage them to appear for
competitive examinations of All India
Services, as the knowledge of law is
essential for effective administration.
14. Drop-Out rate being high which reflects on
the image of the institution needs to be
arrested by making necessary investigation
and by taking the appropriate measures.
15. Linkage with National Law- Universities
and other reputed institutions may be
considered.
16. Computer literacy has become essential in
all disciplines. Hence, a suitable curriculum
may be designed to give computer training
to the students of law.
17. Special short-term courses may be designed
and
introduced
to
enhance
the
communication skills of students both in
English and Local Language, to help the
students to become more confident and
competent. This may also help in arresting
the dropout rate.
Different eminent personalities such as Justice P.B.
Sawant, Justice Sirpurkar, Justice Bhalchandra Vagyani,
Justice A.P. Shah, Justice, S.C. Dharmadhikari, Justice
Dhananjay Chandrachud and Social Activists like Ms. Ulka
Mahajan, Dr. A.H. Salunkhe, Dr. Dattaprasad Dabholkar,
Smt. Medha Patkar, Bharat Patankar, Chetna Sinha, Dr.
Bharti Patil etc. visited the college.
Continuous internal assessment of students in learning
throughout the duration of the course is introduced through
tutorials, Home Assignments, terminal exams, Seminars,
PPT Presentations etc.
Career Guidance and Placement Cell is established in the
college to assist the law students. The college assigns
students to various senior lawyers for the Internship and
lawyers chamber attendance.
Our Institution also helps and encourages to the pass
out students by way of taking JMFC Lecture Series and All
India Bar Examination Coaching Classes by faculty
members from our college, eminent lawyers and scholars in
particular fields, guide the students for these competitive
examinations.
The Institution has made continuous efforts to reduce the
dropout rate and last year the dropout rates were as follows.
III LL.B. – 2014-15 = 1.29%
V NLC. – 2014-15 = 2.98%
To tune with emerging National and Global trends and
relevant to local needs linkage with Asian Law School of
Cyber Law an Institution of International repute, have been
established to start new Diploma courses in Cyber Law and
Intellectual Property Law.
Institution has designed a special course in Computer Skills
considering the specific needs of law students, equipping
them with necessary legal research skills, students have
access the online as well as offline e-resources and
database.
To enhance the Communication Skills of Students and to
help students to become more confident and competent –
our college started two Short Term Courses ie ‘Computer
Skills for Legal Profession’ and ‘Personality Development
and Soft Skills’ As well as ‘Remedial English Classes’ for
law students.
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G. Declaration by Head
of Institution
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“Education through self help is our motto” – Karmaveer
Rayat Shikshan Sanstha’s
Ismailsaheb Mulla Law College, Satara
Pin-415 001, (Maharashtra) India
(Affiliated to Shivaji University, Kolhapur)
Estd. 1968 Founder :- Padmabhushan Dr. Karmaveer
Bhaurao Patil, D.Litt.
Email :- [email protected] PhoneFax/off : (02162) 234138
Website :- www.imlc.in
Mob:- 9422400917
Dr.Mrs.Pawar S.S.
I/c Principal
Ref. :
Date :-
/2014-15
Statement of Compliance
(Affiliated College and Recognized Institutions)
This is to certify that Ismailsaheb Mulla Law College, Satara fulfils all norms
1. Stipulated by the affiliating University i.e. Shivaji University,
Kolhapur, Maharashtra State and / or
2. Regulatory Council / Body BCI and
3. The affiliation and recognition is valid as on date.
In case the affiliation / recognition is conditional, then a
detailed enclosure with regard to compliance of conditions by the
institution will be sent.
It is noted that NAAC’s accreditation, if granted, shall stand
cancelled automatically, once the institution loses its University
affiliation or Recognition by the Regulatory Council, as the case may
be.
In case the undertaking submitted by the institution is found to
be false then the accreditation given by NAAC is liable to be
withdrawn. It is also agreeable that the undertaking given to NAAC
will be displayed on the college website.
Date : SATARA
Place :
I/c Principal
Ismailsaheb Mulla Law College,
Satara
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Glossary
ADR
BCI
BOS
CHB
DA
DLL
EBC
HR
IDBI
IT
ILL
IQAC
JMFC
KBP
LCD
LMC
MSEB
LLM
MOU
NHRC
NLC
LLB
OBC
OHP
PSI
PPT
RQMS
RRC
STI
SC
ST
SUTA
SBC
SEZ
TA
UPS
YCMOU
ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION
BAR COUNCIL OF INDIA
BOARD OF STUDIES
CLOCK HOUR BASIS
DEARNESS ALLOWANCE
DIPLOMA IN LABOUR LAW
ECONOMICALLY BACKWARD CLASS
HUMAN RIGHTS
INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT BANK OF INDIA
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
INTER LIBRARY LOAN SYSTEM
INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE CELL
JUDICIAL MAGISTRATE FIRST CLASS
KARMAVEER BAHURAO PATIL
LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY
LOCAL MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE
MAHARASHTRA STATE ELECTRICITY BOARD
MASTER IN LAWS
MEMORUNDOM OF ASSOCIATION
NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHT COMMISSION
NEW LAW COURSE (FIVE YEAR LAW COURSE)
OLD LAW COURSE (THREE YEAR LAW COURSE
OTHER BACKWARD CLASS
OVER HEAD PROJECTOR
POLICE SUB INSPECTOR
POWER POINT PRESENTATION
RAYAT QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
RESEARCH REVIEW COMMITTEE
SALES TAX INSPECTOR
SHEDULE CASTE
SHEDULE TRIBES
SHIVAJI UNIVERSITY TEACHERS ASSOCIATION
SPECIAL BACKWARD CLASS
SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONE
TRAVELLING ALLOWANCE
UNINTERRUPTED POWER SUPPLY
YASHWANTRAO
CHAVAN
MAHARASHTRA
OPEN UNIVERSITY
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Annexure I
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Annexure II
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Annexure III
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Annexure IV
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Annexure V
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Audit Statement 2013-14
Annexure - VI
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Audit Statement 2012-13
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Audit Statement 2011-12
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Audit Statement 2010-11
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Annexure - VII
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Annexure - VIII
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