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Baba Farid Law College, Faridkot, Punjab


Baba Farid Law College, Faridkot, Punjab
Address:Kot Kapura Road
Faridkot (District Faridkot)
Punjab, India
Pin Code : 151203

Baba Farid Law College, Faridkot Punjab is a recognised institute / college. Baba Farid Law College, Faridkot Punjab is managed by Society: Gurdwara Godri Sahib Baba Farid Society (Regd). Baba Farid Law College, Faridkot Punjab was established on / in 2003.

Principal of Baba Farid Law College, Faridkot Punjab is Dr. V.K. Bakshi, 94173-87817, 9041185651.

Baba Farid Law College, Faridkot Punjab is situated in Faridkot of Punjab state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Faridkot comes under Faridkot Tehsil, Faridkot District.

Contact Person(s) of the Baba Farid Law College, Faridkot Punjab is (are): Dr. Tarun Arora, Mobile 81465-58817.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Baba Farid Law College, Faridkot Punjab are 97797-01535, 9876318016, 9876150329, 9814451520.

email ID(s) is Baba Farid Law College Faridkot Punjab

Website of Baba Farid Law College, Faridkot Punjab is http://bflcfdk.com/.

Chairman : Inderjit Singh Sekhon, Sr Advocate, 98140-71535 (old) 98728-01535.

Contact Details of Baba Farid Law College, Faridkot Punjab are : New contact nos. +91-1639-251400, 81465-87817,
7696087816 (not working, number got cancelled by college).

S. Ranjit Singh Wahniwal, Vice-President
Manish Khungar

Retired employee:
Principal Dr Baldev Singh Nirwan (Retired),(DOB 5-1-1947), Mobile No. 94173-87816. email id bsnirwan@yahoo.com

Mobile number not in use: 94173-87816 (updated on 09.06.2013)


Number of seats in Baba Farid Law College, Faridkot Punjab is LLB 160, BALLB 160.
Baba Farid Law College, Faridkot Punjab runs course(s) in Law stream(s).

Approval details: Baba Farid Law College is affiliated with Punjabi University, Patiala (Punjab)

Profile of Baba Farid Law College

1. The course for the Degree of Bachelor of Laws (Five-year course) shall be spread over five academic years consisting of ten semesters. The students shall be awarded the Degree of Bachelor of Arts (Law) after completion of three years i.e. six semester study. The students shall be given the Degree of Bachelor of Law (Five years course) after the completion of five academic sessions consisting of ten semesters. The University examination of the first, third, fifth, seventh and ninth semester will be held in the month of November/December and for the second, fourth, sixth, eighth and tenth semester in the month of April/May/ or on such other dates as may be fixed by the Academic Council.

2. Candidate shall submit his application form for admission to the examination duly countersigned by the head of the University Department of Law/ Director or Principal of an institute or college affiliated to the Punjabi University, Patiala along with a certificate from the Head Director/Principal, as the case may be, that the candidate satisfies the following requirements:

a that he has been on the rolls of the University Teaching Department / Institute / College during the academic term preceding the semester examination.

b that he has attended not less than 75% lectures delivered to that class in each paper and

c that he has satisfactorily completed home assignments / practical work etc. assigned to him; and

d that he has a good moral character.

3. The medium of examination shall be English or Punjabi. The medium chosen for the first semester examination shall remain the medium of examination through out the course and no change shall be permitted. The medium through which the candidate has passed the examination shall be mentioned in the degrees.

4. The University examination in each semester shall consist of papers according to the syllabus. Each paper shall be of three hours duration and shall carry 80 marks. There shall be 20 marks in each paper for internal assessment at the affiliated institute.

a. The internal assessment of 20 marks shall be on the basis of the following performance of the student:

Project Report on assigned topic 5 marks
Project presentation 5 marks
Performance in Seminar/Moot Court 5 marks
Internal examination 5 marks
Total 20 marks

5. The minimum number of marks required to pass each semester shall be 45% both in University examination and internal assessment, in each paper.

6. Examination for first semester of the course shall be open to a candidate who has passed 10+2 examination of the Punjab School Education Board or any other equivalent examination securing at least 50% marks (SC/ST candidates with 45% marks will be eligible) provided he fulfills other requirements stated here-in-before.
Age Limit : He/She should not have completed the age of 21 years on 1st July of the academic session of admission.

General Rules of Discipline and College Norms

1. All admissions are provisional and subject to approved by the University.

2. A Candidate, otherwise eligible, shall have no right to admission. The college reserves the right to refuse admission to any candidate without assigning any reason.

3. The Principal shall have plenary power for the maintenance of discipline in the college.

4. Every student shall bear uniform as per norms laid down by the college authority

5. The students shall maintain perfect decency and decorum in the classrooms. No student will leave the classroom without the permission of the concerned teacher.

6. The students shall park vehicles at vehicle stand only.

7. Smoking and use of intoxicants in any from is strictly prohibited.

8. The Principal is empowered to impose penalties, viz. fine, withholding attendance certificate, suspension and expulsion or erring students in order to maintain discipline and promote academic performance.

9. Fees, except caution money, once deposited by a student shall neither be refunded nor adjusted under any circumstance

10. Any type of ragging or harrasment of the juniors by the seniors will be an act of indiscpline.

11. The students are required to attend activities and other functions organised by the college or faculty. The absentees shall be penalised with a fine upto Rs. 100/- for each violation.

Rules of Attendance
1. The students are required to attend the classes regularty throught the semester.

2. A continuous absence for more than 15 days shall be a ground to struck off the name of the students from the college roll.

3. The University Ordinence requires a student to attend 75% of total lectures delivered in each paper during a semester. A student is liable to be detained in one or more papers in which he fails to attend classes as per the university ordinance.

4. Absconders from classes (theory or practical) and habitual absentees shall be liable to disciplinary action amounting to suspension or removal from the college.

5 The cases of shrotage of attendance shall be dealt with under norms laid down by the university and the Bar Council of India.

The attendance, in case of falling short be notified and communicated to the parents with regular intervals at least twice in a semester.

College Uniform
Turban Black or Grey
Under Turban White
Shirt Full Sleeves White
Trousers Black or Grey
Belt Black
Tie Black
Socks and Shoes Grey and Black

Suit White with Black Piping or Grey Salwar
Dupatta White / Grey
Socks Grey
Shoes Black
The Girls can also wear White Shirt and Black Trousers

Admission Procedure
The college offers There Years and Five Years courses with 160 seats in each category. The college is affiliated to Punjabi University, Patiala and has approval from the Bar Council of India. Admissions in LL.B. five year and three year courses are on the basis of merit in the entrance examination conducted by the University as per instructions of the Punjab Government. Baba Farid Law College, being unaided private self-financing institution, have 15% seats of 85% State quota seats as management quota. The seats under management quota shall be filled up on the basis of merit of entrance test conducted by the University through own counseling. There shall be no reservation in management quota seats. If a student fails to attend the classes for 15 days continuously from date of admission or commencement of teaching, whichever is later, his/her admission shall be cancelled and the fee (other than refundable) shall be forfeited.

Computer Wing
We have also setup a computer wing with unlimited Internet Facility to students. The facilities like online search are available. The subject information technology for lawyers enables the students to be proficient in the use of computers as well as Internet Surfing and essential computer usage.

Faculty Profile
Dr. Baldev Singh (Retired)
LL.B. (University of Raj., Jaipur); LL.M. (University Of Raj. Jaipur, Ph.D.(University Of Raj. Jaipur)
Designation Principal. Approved by the University.
Teaching Experience 35 Years
Specialisation Constitutional Law, Law of Evidence and Law relating to Accident claims.
Membership -Former member, Board of Studies, Bikaner University, Bikaner
- Member, Board of Studies, Punjabi University, Patiala
- Member, College Development Council, Punjabi University, Patiala
- Former Member, Faculty of Law, Punjabi University, Patiala
- Member, Academic Council, Punjabi University, Patiala
- Former President Sports committee (Men), Punjabi University, Patiala

Papers Contributed
1. Parliament versus Judiciary - A case of difference of opinion.
2. The Basic Structure Theory under the Indian Constitution : The Judicial Approach.
3. Wednesbury Test - Exposition and Application by the Courts in India- Indian Bar Review- Vol. XXXIV-2007.
4. Strengthening Bonds of Family Life.
5. Administration of Criminal Law in India : A Failure Sub-Silentio.
6. Trinity of Election Process in India : A Working Analysis.

Mr. Pankaj Kumar Garg B.A., LL. B. (Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra); LL.M (Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra); NET; Pursuing Ph.D from Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra .
Designation Dean Academic. Lecturer in Law. Permanent ( approved).
Specialisation Labour Law and Family Law
Membership Indian Academy of Social Science, Allahabad .
Papers contributed -Joint Paper - Hindu Womens Right to property .
-Joint Paper - Federalism With Strong Centralising Tendency.
Participated in -34th annual conference of Indian society of International Law, New Delhi

Workshop on International Environmental Law organized by Amity Center of Global Legal Education and Research, New Delhi .

Smt. Sumanpreet Kaur Dhillon B.Sc.(Punjabi University, Patiala), B.Ed. (Panjab University, Chandigarh) M.A. (Punjabi University, Patiala), NET; M.Phil (Punjabi University, Patiala).
Designation: Coordinator and Editor. In charge Admission Cell. Lecturer in English; Permanent (approved).

Specialisation Diasporic Experience of Exile in M. G. Vassanjis Novels.

Papers contributed - Financial Sector Reforms in the context of WTO- Agenda of Future during National Seminar at MIMIT, Malout

- Banking in the new millennium issues , challenges and strategies during state level seminar - 2006 conducted by D.A.V. College, Malout

Dr. Mohan Singh Saggu M.A., Ph.D. (Political Science) (Punjabi University, Patiala); M.A. (History) (Punjabi University, Patiala); UGC (SLET) conducted by RPSC, Ajmer. Designation Dean Students Welfare. Lecturer in Political Science and History. Permanent (approved).
Programme officer, NSS; Secretary Anti-Ragging Comm.
Specialisation Political Theory, International Organisations
Books published -Analytical Study of Public Service Commission; Comparative study of PPSC and HPSC.
Conferences and Seminars - Indian History Conference, 1997
- Seminar on Disaster Management, 2007
Papers contributed -1. National Integration.
2. Electoral Reforms in Democratic Set up of Government(2009).

Smt. Navjot Kaur B.A., LL. B. (Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar); LL.M. (Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra)., NET; Pursuing Ph.D. from Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar
Designation Lecturer in Law. Permanent ( approved). coordinator Youth Welfare ( Co-Curricular Activities). Member Anti-Ragging Comm.
Specialisation Commercial Law.
Papers contributed The Professional Accountability of an advocate towards his Clients- An appraisal (2009), Ch. Devi Lal Univ., Sirsa.

Mr. Manish Kumar Khunger LL.B. (M.D. University, Ajmer), LL.M (M.D. University, Rohtak); NET; Pursuing Ph.D. from Panjab University, Chandigarh.

Designation Lecturer in Law. Permanent ( approved). Member Anti-Ragging Comm.
Specialisation Criminal Law.
Paper Contributed 1. Right to Bail assuring dignity of Life-National Seminar on Growth of Law in India: Role of Judiciary( Nov. 2007).

2.Right to Information Act, 2005- Enforcement and Efficiency. National Seminar on Growth and development of Law: Post Independence era, Ch. Devi Lal Univ., Sirsa (2009).

Mr. Raghbir Singh M.A. (Political Science, Panjab University, Chandigarh), LL.B (Punjabi University, Patiala), LL.M (M.D. University, Rohtak)

Designation Full time( ad hoc). Member Admission Cell.
Specialisation Constitutional Law.

S. Shamsher Singh B.A. LL.B.(GNDU, AMRITSAR); LL.M.(GNDU, AMRITSAR); Persuing Ph.D. from GNDU, AMRISAR.

Designation Full-Time lecturer Law (ad hoc).
Specialisation Constitutional Law; Administrative Law.
Papers presented and contributed. 1. Role of Judiciary with special reference to Management of Bio- Medical Waste Management in India (2007);

2. Sustainable Development- Constitutional and Legal Developments in India (2009)- www.indlaw.com online journal.

3. Right to Life with special reference to rights of HIV/AIDS Patients (2009).

Mr. Deepak Bansal Qualification. B. COM; LL.M. (KUK); Pursuing M.B.A. from Punjab Technical University, Jal. Designation Lecturer in Law ( Ad hoc).

Faculty members who worked in 2009-10, now left
*Smt. Anmol Kaur Sekhon Qualification . LL.M. (K. U.). Designation Lecturer in Law (Ad hoc).
*Miss Ramandeep Kaur Qualification. LL. M. Pbi. University, Patiala. Designation Lecturer in Law (Ad hoc).
*Miss Manisha Narula Qualification. LL. M. (K. U.), Designation Lecturer in Law (Ad hoc).
*Mr. Sandeep Kumar Passi Qualification. PGDM(M.B.A.), B. PHARMA, LL.B., Pursuing LL.M. (K.U.K). Designation Demonstrator and Lecturer in Law (Ad hoc). In-charge Moot Court Competitions. Papers presented Legal aid an access to temple of Justice (Ch. Devi Lal Univ., Sirsa).

About Baba Farid Law College
Baba Farid Law College, which is the vision-come-true of its Atlasian Chairman S. Inderjit Singh Sekhon, has pedaled its place in the galaxy of law institutes like the unique Eiffel Tower. Its scenic campus has a spread-out of state-of-the-art three storied Academic Block, a hexagonal Administrative Block, a homely Hostel campus (Separate arrangements for Boys and Girls), staff residential quarters, ever-brewing canteen- all in 7.25 acres of fertile land. Of the total five crore budget, three crore are spent on the building with a life size statue of the goddess of justice welcoming the learners near the facade of Academic Block. The college is on the main Bathinda-Amritsar State highway; is 1.4 km. from the main bus stand and 3 km from the Railway Station. The college is proud of its centrally air-conditioned and computerized library built at the cost of Rs. 53 lakhs.
Honable S. Swaran Singh Bobarai, Vice Chancellor, Punjabi University, Patiala graced the college by inaugurating its Edifice on March 23, 2005. The boys hostel was inaugurated by Honable Late Mr. Justice M.L. Singhal on august 23, 2006. The former Chief Justice of Gauwhati High Court Honable Mr. Justice R.S. Mongia inaugurated Mata Kaulans Girls Hostel on Oct., 28, 2006

Aims, Objectives and Pedagogy
S. Inderjit Singh Sekhon, President and S. Ranjit Singh Wahniwal, Vice-president of Gurdwara Godri Sahib Baba Farid Society (Regd.), (a non-profit making society), who themselves are the practicing criminal and civil lawyers respectively- the doyens of the Bar Association of District Faridkot, felt the need of the law education for the needy and talented students from the weaker and deprived strata of the society. Their seeding dreams become stronger with the richness which Faridkot wombs in the form of Session Court, CJM Court, Consumer Court and Fast Track Court where from the students will have the practical education. The city has privilege of having Baba Farid University of Health Sciences; Medical, Dental and Engineering colleges. It has five English Medium Public Schools and Govt. Schools. Therefore the law students will have rich harvest of knowledge with such a grand landscape of education. As the oriental belief is : a man symbolically has three births, one is biological, other is religious-cultural and third the most important one is educational. BFLC would produce best practical-oriented education in law within the lowest fee structure so that our futuristic lawyers be able to bring the sunshine of honesty, justice, loyalty, fraternity and composite culture on the cloudy skies of the Indian society. BFLC is bound to prove to the distinct since the learners will be imbibed with Futuristic, Interactive, Realistic,

Standardized, Time Tested and bound academic goals. With Baba Farids grace the college will bring in academic osmosis by colouring
corporate-learning with practical knowledge.

The standard and quality of an educational institution mainly depends upon the facilities and services provided in the library. It is considered as the heart and soul of an institution imparting qualitative education. The library in an educational institution is integral part of academic endeavour to create learning atmosphere. The curriculum and teaching methods of Law College require both intensive and extensive use of material in the library. The library is being constantly enriched by the acquisition of the latest books and journals keeping in pace with the changing time. Within the short span of five years, the college has setup a good library. We have also brought large number of books from the personal collections of Hon'ble Judges. Books on medical Jurisprudence, Law and Intellectual Property Rights have been specially purchased, as some of them are thrust area taken up by the college.

The library has subscribed to the electronic database of All India Reporter (Supreme Court). We have also the back volumes of All India Reporter, Supreme Court Cases, Criminal Law Journal , AIR Manual, Complete Digest of Supreme Court Cases, Consumer Protection Judgments, Accident Claims Journal, Corporate Law Cases, The library is subscribing The All India Reporter, Criminal Law Journal , Supreme Court Cases, Journal of Indian Law Institute, Indian Lawyers, Women Link, Social Action, Guru Nanak Journal of Law, Journal of the Indian Law Institute, Journal of the Bar council of India, Digest Punjab Local Acts and Rules, Divorce and Matrimonial Cases, Down to Earth, Combat Law, India Today, The Edict, Lawyers update, Herald of Health, Punjab Law Reporter and Nyaya Deep Etc.

1. Rules for library and reading room: 1. Students should not carry any book or printed material inside the library stack room.
2. Staff members and students shall put their signature in the register kept at the entrance.
3. Perfect silence and decorum should be maintained in the library.
4. Every student must possess his identity card while entering the library and should produce it on demand by the staff.
5. All the regular students of the college are entitled to borrow books from the library. Three books will be issued to each student on permanent basis and two books may be issued on library cards for 15 days at a time.
6. The librarian may recall any book at any time even before the expiry of the above stated period.
7. The student who fails to return book on due date shall be liable to fine to be imposed by the librarian.
8. Reference books may be issued to the students and staff members for reference and study in the library premises.
9. Non-members are not allowed to utilize the library except with the permission of the Principal.

Admission Procedure
The college offers There Years and Five Years courses with 160 seats in each category. The college is affiliated to Punjabi University, Patiala and has approval from the Bar Council of India. Admissions in LL.B. five year and three year courses are on the basis of merit in the entrance examination conducted by the University as per instructions of the Punjab Government. Baba Farid Law College, being unaided private self-financing institution, have 15% seats of 85% State quota seats as management quota. The seats under management quota shall be filled up on the basis of merit of entrance test conducted by the University through own counseling. There shall be no reservation in management quota seats. If a student fails to attend the classes for 15 days continuously from date of admission or commencement of teaching, whichever is later, his/her admission shall be cancelled and the fee (other than refundable) shall be forfeited.


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Approval panel to visit law college tomorrow

A four-member team led by Dr S.P.S. Virk, College Development Council of Punjabi University, Patiala, will visit Baba Farid Law College here on April 3 to grant the final approval to start classes from the forthcoming academic session.

The panel would look into various financial matters to protect the interest of the students as well as monitor the working conditions of the institution on a regular basis.

Disclosing this here today, Mr Inderjit Singh Sekhon, chairman of the management committee of the Gurdwara Godri Sahib Farid Society that has set up the institution, said the society had sufficient funds and regular income for the project. The college campus, covering an area of nearly 8 acres, had been developed at a cost of Rs 60 lakh to fulfil the conditions for approval.

Dr Baldev Singh Nirwan, a former Principal of Law College, Ganganagar, had been appointed in Baba Farid Law College, Mr Sekhon said. Other faculty members would be appointed under the guidance of two delegations of Punjabi University which would visit the college on April 11 and April 18.

Eighty students each in five and three-year degree courses would be admitted initially. The admissions would be on the basis of the Central Entrance Test (CET) being conducted by the university, Mr Sekhon said.

Bar Council team visits Farid law college today

A two-member team comprising Mr V.K. Bhardwaj and Mr J.S. Dalal from the Bar Council of India New Delhi will visit here tomorrow to give approval to Baba Farid Law College managed by Baba Farid and Godri Sahib Gurdwara Management Committee here. Punjabi University Patiala and State Government had already granted affiliation and no-objection certificate, respectively, in this regard.

Initially so students in each three-year and five-year degree course will be admitted and strength raised afterwards. Classes will start in the first week of August. Mr Inderjit Sekhon, Chairman of the Management Committee, said that a building complex comprising infrastructure besides a modern library had been completed at the cost of Rs 2.50 crore on the Faridkot-Kotkapura road. Requisite staff approved by the Punjabi University had also been appointed.

Law College in Faridkot soon

The local Gurdwara Godri Sahib Baba Farid Management Society plans to set up Baba Farid Law College here. The boy has acquired land on the Faridkot-Kotkapura road and the construction on the complex has started.

The entire project which will cost nearly Rs 1 crore will be completed by 2003. Stating this here today, Mr Inderjit Singh Sekhon, president of the society, said Punjabi University, Patiala, had granted the permission to the institution and the classes would start from the next academic session. The admission of the students would strictly be done as per the rules of Punjabi University and the University Grants Commission, New Delhi, he said.

The law college would be developed on the pattern of National Law School of India. University, Bangalore. At present there were three government law colleges in Gurdaspur and Patiala and one in Chandigarh Mr Shekhon said society had been running red Baba Farid Public School here. Nearly 600 students were given education on concessional fees besides providing various other facilities.

Recently one of its students Tejvir Singh, got first position in English by securing 96 per cent marks.

Punjabi University affiliation for law college

Punjabi University, Patiala, has accorded affiliation to the local Baba Farid Law College for starting law classes from the coming academic session. Granting temporary affiliation for one year under various conditions the university authorities had made it clear that violation of any kind would be dealt with seriously. The authorities added that the building of the institution should not be utilised for any other purpose.

The college authorities were told that they would have to seek permission again for continuing the classes for second year.

Mr Inderjit Sekhon, chairman of Baba Farid and Gurdwara Godri Sahib Society, said the society had completed the necessary formalities in this regard for the smooth sailing of the institution. Giving details in this connection he said nine faculty members, including the Principal, had already been recruited, the institution complex had been completed and a library equipped with the latest books had also been set up. Moreover, a special fund of Rs 50 lakh had also been reserved for giving a better look to the library. He further added that a special member of the institution would be visiting the Bar Council of India soon to submit other related documents.

Varsity team inspects law college

A four-member team led by Dr S.P.S. Virdi, Dean, College Development Council of Punjabi University, Patiala, today examined various financial and other matters of Baba Farid Law College being set up by the Gurdwara Godri Sahib Farid Society.

During its over four-hour stay, the panel inspected the institution’s classrooms, library, various offices and the hostel. It also examined documents related to its financial status to ensure that the students’ interest is protected.

Expressing satisfaction over the arrangements in the college, Dr Virdi said a detailed report in this regard would be submitted to the Vice-Chancellor of the university within three days, who was likely to finalise the issue soon in view the management’s plan to start the classes from the coming academic session. However, the approval would be granted only for a year. The next step would be initiated only after reviewing the progress of the college.

Two more teams would visit the college on April 11 and 18 regarding the selection of faculty members.

First session of law courses opened

Mr Alok Shekhar, Deputy Commissioner, today inaugurated the first session of the three-year and five-year degree courses of law at the local Baba Farid Law College.

Earlier welcoming the chief guest and other dignitaries, Mr Inderjit Singh Sekhon, Chairman of the Management Committee, assured that all efforts would be made to promote education in a true spirit by following into the footsteps of Sufi Saint Baba Sheikh Farid.

He said the management had decided to provide textbooks free of cost to all students and a concession of more than Rs 21,500 in the fee structure against the prescription of Rs 50,000 by Punjabi University, Patiala. A plan was also under consideration to give more concessions to the poor and other deserving students.

Earlier, the Deputy Commissioner, accompanied by several guests, Mr Sekhon and the Principal of the institution, offered flowers at the statue of the Goddess of Law erected on the college campus.


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