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Rayat and Bahra College of Law, Sahauran Village, Punjab
Sahauran Village (District Roopnagar (Ropar))
Punjab, India



Rayat and Bahra College of Law, Sahauran Village Punjab is a recognised institute / college. Rayat and Bahra College of Law, Sahauran Village Punjab was established on / in 2005.


Principal of Rayat and Bahra College of Law, Sahauran Village Punjab is Prof (Dr) GS Bajwa 99882-91740, Dr. M.S. Bains, 98550-94422.

Rayat and Bahra College of Law is situated in Sahauran Village of Punjab state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Sahauran Village comes under Kharar Tehsil, Roopnagar (Ropar) District.

Fax # of Rayat and Bahra College of Law, Sahauran Village Punjab is 0160-5009680.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Rayat and Bahra College of Law, Sahauran Village Punjab are Admissions: 98884-77732, 93161-60512Admissions: 98884-77732, 93161-60512, 99150-04285, 99884-00353,.

email ID(s) is Rayat and Bahra College of Law Sahauran Village Punjab

Website of Rayat and Bahra College of Law, Sahauran Village Punjab is www.rblawcollege.com.

Additional Information about Rayat and Bahra College of Law, Sahauran Village Punjab is : Separate hostel for boys and girls.


Contact Details of Rayat and Bahra College of Law, Sahauran Village Punjab are : Telephone: +91-160-3096677, 3096688, 5009675, 5009665, 5009672

12km from Chandigarh on NH-21 on Chandigarh-Mohali-Ropar highway


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Courses

Number of seats in Rayat and Bahra College of Law, Sahauran Village Punjab is BALLB 80, LLB 80.
Rayat and Bahra College of Law, Sahauran Village Punjab runs course(s) in Law stream(s).
BALLB, LLB

Approval details: Rayat and Bahra College of Law is affiliated with Punjabi University, Patiala (Punjab)


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Mattewal opens moot court

A moot courtroom was inaugurated at the Rayat and Bahra College of Law on Friday to enable the law students acquire practical and informed understanding of courtroom procedures and etiquettes.

Inaugurated by Hardev Singh Mattewal, advocate-general, Punjab, the moot courtroom would enable the students to learn about courtroom dynamics from the real time simulations. The inauguration ceremony, which was presided over by Gurvinder Singh Bahra, vice-cairman, Rayat and Bahra Group of Institutes, was also attended by other higher functionaries of the group and Prof Veer Singh, director of Rayat College of law.

Hardev Singh Mattewal exhorted a large gathering of law students of the college to diligently follow a proper routine in studies and enhance their understanding of legal system as it works. “Laws and regulations are sacrosanct but their relative application and interpretation makes the real difference. As budding lawyers, courtroom mannerism and etiquettes are must to be internalised. I wish you all the best as you put your first step in this direction with the beginning of this moot courtroom today,” said Mattewal.


Professor emeritus status for former VCs, deans

All former vice-chancellors and deans, University Instructions (DUI), Panjab University, will be conferred the status of professor emeritus in view of their contribution to the university. The university syndicate had earlier approved the decision.

The senate has finalised names of 17 persons for this honour to be conferred on them during the annual convocation on March 7. These include former VCs M.M. Puri and K.N. Pathak. Among the former DUIs are B.S. Khanna, B. Ghosh, V.B. Bhanot, Gurdev Singh, I.S. Mitra, J.N. Joshi, A.K. Prasad, K.G. Gupta, Ashok Sahni, Mohan Maharishi, R.J. Hans Gill, S.K. Sharma, J.K. Gupta, V.K. Bansal and Veer Singh.

A political scientist, M.M. Puri retired as the VC of the university in 2000. K.N. Pathak, a renowned physicist, remained the VC for six years and joined the Rayat and Bahra group as the director, general academics.

Pathak was instrumental in securing an NAAC-granted five-star status to Panjab University in 2001 and getting the status of university with potential of excellence in bio-medical sciences by the UGC in 2002.

Also Pathak’s tenure saw the establishment of University Institute of Engineering and Technology (UIET) and University Institute of Dental Sciences on the PU campus, apart from the setting up of regional campuses of the university at Hoshiarpur and Ludhiana.

Former DUI Veer Singh also joined the Rayat and Bahra group as director-principal of the Rayat and Bahra College of Law, Kharar.

Veer Singh has also been the director of the Army Institute of Law, Mohali, and is an acclaimed academician.

Ashok Sahni, a leading paleontologist, comes from a renowned family of geologists.

He has authored several books on geology and also written for children.

S.K. Sharma was the head of the PU Energy Research Centre and remained the member of many important national councils.

He is the pioneer of research on alternate energy sources and efficient use of energy.

Mohana Maharishi is a renowned playwright.


Hanera te Parchhawa released

“Hanera te Parchhawa”, a book written by Dr Mehak Manik, lecturer at Rayat and Bahara College of Law, was released by Mr Gurvinder Singh Bahara, vice-chairman, Rayat and Bahara Group of Colleges, here yesterday.

“It has to be darkness, which leads us to the enlightenment in the life” is the message of the book which is a collection of about 50 poems and the writer claims that it helps in understanding life, clearing many doubts and helping face many of the problems one comes across in daily life.

Dr Manik said he had shared a host of experiences in the book. He further added that as the name suggested, the book was about the sweet and sour events in one’s life. “There is always a ray of light in the darkness of disbelief in life,” said Dr Manik. Dr Bal Krishan, director, Rayat College of Law, said, “The book was a motivator and encouraged everyone to adopt positive attitude towards life.”

The book release was followed by the interaction between various Punjabi writers who attended the function. Dr K.C. Dubey, Station Director, All-India Radio, noted poet Dr Anoop Virj, Dr Amarjit Kanke and Dr Surinder Daweshwar were present on the occasion.



VED PARKASH Versus REGISTRAR PUNJABI UNI PATIALA Civil Writ Petition 597 of 2008

In the High Court of Punjab and Haryana at Chandigarh.

Civil Writ Petition No.597 of 2008.

Date of decision;16.1.2008.

Ved Parkash. ...Petitioner.
Versus
Registrar, Punjabi University, Patiala and others. ...Respondents.

Coram:
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Ashutosh Mohunta.
Hon'ble Mr.Justice K. C. Puri.

Present;
Petitioner in person.

K. C. Puri, J.
Judgment.
Prayer has been made in this Civil Writ petition for directing respondent Nos.1 and 2 to quash the examination held during May, 2007 and further a request has been made to give directions to the University to satisfy itself regarding the compliance of instructions dated 25.11.1985, Annexure P-1. Prayer has also been made that the result of examination conducted during December,2007 for third and
fifth semester on the basis of result of second and fourth semester be stayed.

The petitioner remained absent almost throughout the academic session in respect of fourth semester of LLB. He preferred Civil Writ Petition No.5881of 2007 and Civil Writ Petition No.6664 of 2007 for allowing him to complete the semester but both these writ petitions were dismissed.

From the record placed on the file, it is revealed that the petitioner remained absent almost throughout in the fourth semester and consequently he was not allowed to appear in the examination. The grievance of the petitioner is that the other students of Riyat and Bahra College of Law have not completed the requisite lectures as per instructions, Annexure P-1.

We have heard the petitioner in person and have gone through the record of the case.

We are of the considered opinion that the present writ petition is out of frustration as the petitioner was not allowed to appear in the fourth semester as he did not attend the requisite lectures in that semester. In fact, as per Annexure P-2, placed on the file by the
petitioner himself, he attended very few lectures and ultimately his name was struck off. He ventilated his grievance through Civil Writ Petition Nos.5881 and 6664 of 2007 but failed. It is upto the University to look into the fact whether the other students have attended the requisite lectures, according to the Rules.

In view of above discussion, this Civil Writ Petition is dismissed being meritless.

( K. C. Puri )
Judge

( Ashutosh Mohunta )
Judge

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