Core Courses and Admission Procedure:
The Akola Law College offers two courses in law:
- LL. B. (Five year Integrated Degree Course After XII)
- LL. M. in Five Groups (Two Year Course):
- LL. B. (Three Year Degree Course After Graduation):
Eligibility Criteria for Admission
- LL. B. (Five year Integrated Degree Course After XII):
Five Year Law Course, leading to B. A. LL. B., is an integrated law course. The criterion for admission at AKOLA LAW COLLEGE, AKOLA is the Law-CET. The Primary Requisite will be the CET score. Minimum CET score required by students in the open category for admission is 50 out of 150 marks. Minimum CET score required by students in the reserved category for admission is 40 out of 150 marks. The Candidate must have passed the H.S.C (10+2) examination, conducted by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, with minimum 50% marks or any other examination recognized by the SGB Amravati University as equivalent thereto with the minimum prescribed marks is eligible for admission. The above percentage shall be relaxed by 5% for the candidates belonging to the reserved categories. Therefore, the minimum percentage, which a student from the Reserved Category requires, to be eligible for admission is 45%. Admission is given strictly on merit basis.
- LL.M. in Five Groups (Two Year Course):
A candidate who has passed LL. B. (3 yr or 5 yr) with minimum 50% of marks is eligible for admission to LL. M. course. The groups are –
- Criminal Law
- Constitution and Administrative Laws
- Corporate Law
- Business Law
- Human Rights
- An application for admission should be submitted in the prescribed Form attached along with the prospectus. Eligible applicant should submit the prescribed form along with the required documents in the college office before the prescribed date.
- An Application Form should be complete in all respects. Incomplete Application Forms are liable to be rejected summarily.
- A candidate selected for admission shall confirm his/her admission by paying the required fee before the notified date.
- Admission programme will be duly notified on college notice board.
Following documents in original with attested 3 sets of photocopy and 5 recent passport size photographs, with name written on the backside, must be attached along with the application form. Old/marked/used photographs will not be accepted.
- Original statement of marks of Law(CET) Examination with a certified copy (for LL. B. Course)
- Statement of Marks of the Qualifying Examination.
- Proof of date of birth – S.S.C or School/College Leaving Certificate.
- Caste Certificate in case of SC, ST, OBC, NT students only.
- Transfer Certificate from the institution studied last.
- Migration Certificate in case of the transfer of the University.
- Gap Certificate (if required).
Cancellation of Admission:
The candidates who have taken admission may request for refund of fees after applying in writing for cancellation of their admission to the course.
Eligibility Criteria for Admission to other Semesters :
For an admission to other semesters, one should refer the Prospectus for Faculty of Law prescribed and published by the SGB Amravati University, Amravati, for LL. B. and LL. M. The students who remain absent or do not appear for the practical works and examinations of a particular semester, shall have to again take a CASUAL ADMISSION by duly applying and by paying necessary fees for that particular semester.
Arrangement of Sessions:
Note: Both UG and PG courses are as per Semester Pattern. First (Winter)Session from 1st July, Second (Summer)Session from 2nd January.
Scholarship and Concession:
SC, ST, VJ/ NT, OBC and SBC category students can apply for scholarship/free-ship online from site – www.mahaeschol.maharashtra.gov.in and submit the printout to the college office along with relevant documents.
Eligible students can apply for the scholarship for minorities, scholarship by the Student Welfare Department, SGB Amravati University.
The Akola Education Society will consider fee concessions for the students from economically weaker sections and disadvantaged community.
General Rules and Regulations:
- Students should maintain and uphold the dignity and decorum of the college. Any breach will be strictly dealt with.
- Fees once paid will be refunded only as per rules in this regard.
- Students should read the college notice board regularly and keep themselves well acquainted and in touch with the college activities. No separate communication will be made with the students in this regards.
- Students should not cause any damage to the college property. If they are found to be doing so, they will have to compensate for the same. Disciplinary action may also be taken against such students.
- Consumption and possession of ghutka or any other tobacco based material or chewing of betel pan, smoking or any other intoxicant are strictly prohibited in the college premises and is punishable as per law.
- Ragging in any form is prohibited and is a punishable offence under the Anti Ragging Act and UGC Circular-UGC Regulations on Curbing the Menace of Ragging in Higher Educational Institutions, 2009.
- Students should not bring any unauthorized person with themselves in the college premises.
- Use of mobile phones, cameras or any musical instrument by the students at the college premises is strictly prohibited.
- Students shall take prior permission of the principal before taking part in any competition, internship or study tour.
- No information about the college and its activities can be published in any News Paper, T.V. or on any electronic and social media without the prior written permission of the principal.
- No student or students’ group or person shall be allowed to place or fix any board, banner, hording in the college premises, classrooms, wall, or notice boards. No student or students’ group or person shall be allowed to convey or call any meeting for any purpose, except with prior express written permission of the principal.
- The principal with various committees reserve the right to make changes, additions, and alterations to the exiting college rules and regulation. In case of any difference of opinion or dispute, the decision of the principal shall be final and binding on all concerned.
- Attendance: Minimum 75% attendance is compulsory as per the university rules. Otherwise, the students shall not be qualified for appearing at the university and college examinations. No Student shall remain absent without the prior written permission of the teacher-guardian. Students shall abide by and follow the academic calendar, schedule and programme for practical work, research work, visits to courts, sessional and examinations and all co-curricular and extra-curricular activities of the college. Student who remains absent for curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities of the college shall be charged with fine.
- Identity Card will be issued by the college on the payment of the prescribed fee. Students shall keep the identity card in their possession while on the college premises. They should produce the same as and when demanded by the college authorities.
Apart from the college rules, all statutory rules and regulations and norms of the SGB Amravati University, Amravati, the Bar Council of India, New Delhi and the Government of Maharashtra shall be binding on the students. It is presumed that the students and their guardian have read and understood prescribed rules, regulations and norms and have agreed to abide by the same.