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The arrangement of terms for the Faculty of Law is as under:
First Term: 1st July, 2023 to 23rd December, 2023 (Both days inclusive)
Second Term: 1st January, 2024 to 18th May, 2024 (Both days inclusive)
1) Mid Term Break - 19th September, 2023 to 23rd September, 2023 (Both days inclusive) for Ganpat Vacation
2) Diwali Vacation from 11th November, 2023 to 26th November, 2023(Both days inclusive)
3) Winter Break - 24th December, 2023 to 31st December, 2023 (Both days inclusive)
4) Summer Vacation from 19th May, 2024 to 30th June, 2024 (Both days inclusive)
The Lectures for LL.B. are held in the evening from 3:45 p.m. to 7:05 p.m. Classes for Applied Component (Practical Training and Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing) are held from 2:00 p.m. to 3:40 p.m.
The working hours for the college office are 1.30 p.m. to 9.00 p.m. there will be a break for Tea from 4.30 p.m. to 5.00 p.m.
The term “working days” mean the days on which the lectures are delivered. If a student remains absent even for a single lecture of a day, he/she will be treated as absent for the whole day. Appearing for University examination by the student shall depend on:
1. Required attendance
2. Satisfactory progress
3. Good conduct within the College.Attendance
NOTE: The attendance for each online lecture is considered only if the student has remained online for 75% of the total time of the lecture delivered.
Ordinances Nos. 6086
Every Bonafide learner shall ordinarily be allowed to keep terms for the given semester in a program of his enrolment, only if he fulfills at least seventy five percent of the attendance taken as an average of the total number of lectures, practical, tutorials etc. wherein short and /or long excursions/ field visits/ study tours organized by the college and supervised by the teachers as envisaged in the syllabus shall be credited to his attendance for the total number of periods which are otherwise delivered on the material day/s. Further, it is mandatory for every learner to have minimum 50% attendance for each course & average attendance has to be 75%.
The same ratio shall be applied for computing the attendance of the learner by crediting the number of periods which are missed while participating in an extracurricular/ co-curricular activity/ competition/ camp/ workshop/ convention/ symposium/ seminar etc. where the said learner is officially representing the college/ University/ District/ State/ Country with the permission of the Principal/ Director/ head of the College / Institute/ University Department or by the direction of the University Officer as the case may be wherein for the purpose.
Relevant Rule of the Bar Council of India
1. Save as provided in Section 24 (1)(iii) of the Advocates Act, 1961, a degree in Law obtained from any University in the territory of India after the 12 March, 1967 shall not be recognized for purposes of Section 24 (1)(iii) of the Act unless the following conditions are fulfilled.
i] That at the time of joining the course of instruction in Law for a degree in Law, he is a graduate of a University, or possesses such academic qualification which are considered equivalent to a graduates degree of a University by the Bar Council of India.
ii] The Law degree has been obtained after undergoing a course of study in Law for a minimum period of three years as provided in these rules, and
iii] That the course of study in Law has been regular attendance at the requisite number of lectures, tutorials, moot courts and practical training given by a college affiliated to a University recognized by the Bar Council of India.
Prohibition of sale of Cigarettes or Tobacco Products
Section 6 of the Cigarettes and other Tobacco Products (Prohibition of Advertisement and Regulation of Trade and Commerce, Production, Supply and Distribution) Act, 2003 provides that no person shall sell, offer for sale or permit sale of cigarettes or any other Tobacco Product:
a) To any person who is under eighteen years of age.
b) In an area within a radius of 100 yards of any educational institution.
Sale of Cigarettes and other Tobacco Products in an area within a radius of 100 yards of an educational Institution is strictly prohibited and is a punishable offence under S.24 of the Act with a fine which may extend upto 200 rupees.
Identity card issued at the time of admission is valid for three years. Students shall keep their identity cards with them while they are in the College premises, and shall produce it whenever required by any member of the College staff. Every student must show his/her identity card to the security personnel at the gate, failing which he may not be allowed to enter the college premises. Identity card is not transferable and must be produced whenever demanded.
In case of loss of identity card, student should inform about the loss to the College Office. A duplicate identity card may be issued with the permission of the Principal and on payment of Rs. 100/-.
Students desirous of pursuing further overseas studies should apply for transcripts to the college office well in advance. After verification of mark sheets, college will issue transcripts in ten to fifteen days period on payment of Rs. 1000/- for five sets of copies. Every additional copy will be issued at the cost of Rs. 50/- per copy.
Students may apply for a bonafide certificate to the college at the Enquiry Counter. The charge for issuing the Bonafide Certificate is Rs.25/.
Ragging is strictly prohibited within and without the college premises. Students indulging in ragging other student(s) will be punished as per 'UGC Regulations on Curbing the Menace of Ragging in Higher Educational Institutions, 2009 (U/s. 26 (1)(g) of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956) published in the Gazatte of India on July 4, 2009.
As per the Act
Ragging constitutes one or more of any of the following acts:
a. any conduct by any student or students whether by words spoken or written or by an act which has the effect of teasing, treating or handling with rudeness a fresher or any other student;
b. indulging in rowdy or in disciplined activities by any student or students which causes or is likely to cause annoyance, hardship, physical or psychological harm or to raise fear or apprehension thereof in any fresher or any other student;
c. asking any student to do any act which such student will not in the ordinary course do and which has the effect of causing or generating a sense of shame, or torment or embarrassment so as to adversely affect the physique or psyche of such fresher or any other student;
d. any act by a senior student that prevents, disrupts or disturbs the regular academic activity of any other student or a fresher;
e. exploiting the services of a fresher or any other student for completing the academic tasks assigned to an individual or a group of students.
f. any act of financial extortion or forceful expenditure burden put on a fresher or any other student by students;
g. any act of physical abuse including all variants of it: sexual abuse, homosexual assaults, stripping, forcing obscene and lewd acts, gestures, causing bodily harm or any other danger to health or person;
h. any act or abuse by spoken words, emails, post, public insults which would also include deriving perverted pleasure, vicarious or sadistic thrill from actively or passively participating in the discomfiture to fresher or any other student ;
i. any act that affects the mental health and self-confidence of a fresher or any other student with or without an intent to derive a sadistic pleasure or showing off power, authority or superiority by a student over any fresher or any other student.
Students indulging in ragging may also be expelled from the college and a First Information Report lodged with the law enforcement agencies against them. Moreover, the cause of expulsion due to indulgence in ragging will be cited in the college leaving certificate of such students.
Anti Ragging Committee
Dr. Priya J. Shah
Prof. Dr. Chhaya Shah
Mr. Anish Ghate
Help Line :- 022 – 42331403/04 / 18001805522
Students in distress due to ragging related incidents can call the National Anti – Ragging Helpline 1800-180-552 (24x7 toll free) or e- mail the Anti-Ragging Helpline at email@example.com. For any other information regarding ragging, please visit the UGC website i.e. www.antiragging.in. It is mandatory for all the students and every parent to submit an online undertaking at www.antiragging.in & www.amanmovement.org.
As per the directions of the University of Mumbai, vide Circular No. WDC / 161 of 2009 and Circular No. CONCOL / 24 of 2014-15, a Women Development Cell / Internal Complaint Committee is constituted to deal with the complaints of sexual harassment in the college.
Circular no. DSD/05/ of 2019 dated 14th May, 2019
Prof. Dr. Sharmila S. Ghuge
Prof. Sushma D. Mhaske
Dr. Priya J. Shah
As per the University Ordinance 6086 (Circular No. UG/01 of 2014 dated 5th May, 2014) :
1) There shall be the Attendance Committee, for smooth conduct of this ordinance, in every college/institute/Department of the University comprising of at least three members (to be nominated from other departments in case of the University Departments having less than 3 teachers), the Vice-Principal/ Senior Teacher (Convener) and at least two more teachers ensuring representation of the concerned faculties, nominated by the Principal/Director/Head.
2) Every bonafide learner shall ordinarily be allowed to keep terms for the given semester in a program of his enrolment, only if he fulfills at least seventy five percent (75%) of the attendance taken as an average of the total number of lectures, practicals, tutorials etc. wherein short and/or long excursions/field visits/study tours organized by the college and supervised by the teachers as envisaged in the syllabus shall be credited to his attendance for the total no of periods which are otherwise delivered on the material day/s. Further it is mandatory for every learner to have min 50% attendance for each course & average attendance has to be 75%.
3) The same ratio shall be applied for computing the attendance of the learners by crediting the number of periods which are missed while participating in an extracurricular/co-curricular activity/competition/ camp/workshop/convention/symposium/seminar etc. where the said learner is officially representing the college/ University/ District/ State/ Country with the permission of the Principal /Director/ Head of the College/ Institute/ University Department or by the direction of the University Officer as the case may be wherein for the purpose of computing the average attendance the periods missed for what is envisaged here-in-above, at Sr. No 2, shall be deemed to have been attended by the said learner .
4) Without prejudice to what is stated here-in-above, the Principal/Director/Head of the concerned College/Institute/Department of the University shall be the competent authority to condone the absentee of any learner further up to additional 25%, if deemed fit and on recommendation of the attendance committee of the said college/Institute/Department of the University, wherein it is mandatory on the said committee to do natural justice by giving personal hearing to every learner falling short of minimum attendance for keeping terms and recommending case by case to the competent authority having verified the genuineness and gravity of the problem that justifies the learner to remain absent, which generally shall be limited to his own sickness, sickness of his parent, death of his parent etc. supported by valid evidence, documentary or otherwise.
Library Working Hours : 8.00 a.m to 09.00 p.m Monday to Saturday.
Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays During exams reading room facility available upon request on Sundays & Public Holidays.
Mission Statement :
To meet the divide gap between digital as well as conventional resources in law subject and its information seekers in the institution and local community for nation building.
JCCL's library is the heart of the institution. It has a collection of books, periodicals and legal databases. Periodicals include national and international law reports. The library is well- furnished, centrally air- conditioned, Wi-Fi enabled with a seating capacity of 100 students and stack of 13, 650 books.
Reference books: Includes law reports such as All India Reporter (1914 onwards), All England Law Reporter (1836 onwards), Canadian Bar Review, Halsbury's Law of England (4th Edition), Current Legal Problem, AIR Manual (4th, 5th, 6theditions), Warren's Forms and Precedents, A History of English Law, The Encyclopedia of Forms and Precedents.
Subject reference books: Includes a comprehensive collection of books on Contract, Juris- prudence, Constitution, ADR, Company Law, International Law, Family Law etc.
Lending section: Textbooks and general books for subject knowledge and rapid reading.
Library provides database access through Wi-fi within the premises and allows remote access for out- of-campus reference. Databases such as Heins Online, Manupatra, LexisNexis, West Law-India, SCC Online (Law), Proquest, India Stats, E-brary and 32 other databases are available for wide reference.
International Legal Journals
Non Legal Journals
All England Law Reports
Current Legal Problem
Indian Legal Journals
All India Reporter
Competition Success Review
SEBI and Corporate Laws
On Line services
Journal of Indian Law Institute
Indian Bar Review
Criminal Law Journal
Labor and Industrial Cases
Supreme Court Cases
AIR – Cheque Dishonour Reports
Taxation Law Reports
Electronic Journal Database
All Maharashtra Law Reporter
All Maharashtra Law Reporter (Cri.)
Criminal Law Journal (AIR)
Maharashtra Law Journal
AIR – Civil Cases
AIR-Accident Claims & Compensation Cases
Three computers are particularly available for database reference as well as computer centre of 20 terminals is available for wide reference study.
Reference and Study Room Section
1. Books in the Reference Section such as dictionaries, encyclopedias, reports, periodicals, university handbook, question papers etc., will be issued to a student against his identity card only for reference purposes in the Library.
2. These must be returned fifteen minutes prior to the closing hours of the library.
3. the books thus issued, must not on any account be taken out of the Library hall, failing which a fine of Rs. 10/- or more will be charged in such cases.
4. Current periodicals as well as past numbers and bound volumes of periodicals will be available only for reference in the Library.
5. Students should return the same to the spaces assigned to them in the Library.
6. On return of borrowed books to the library students should ensure that they reclaim and verify their identity cards.
To fulfill the needs of legal research, our institute has made licensed databases available through exclusive IP Access. The Electronic Research Section is situated in the library and in the computer room, which are equipped with computers that can be used by students representing college at various inter-collegiate competitions.