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M Krishna Law College, Hassan, Karnataka


M Krishna Law College, Hassan, Karnataka
Address: Plot / Street / Area
S. A. Block,
Malnad College of
Engineering Campus,
Salagame Road
Hassan (District Hassan)
Karnataka, India
Pin Code : 573201

M Krishna Law College, Hassan Karnataka is a recognised institute / college. Status: Private Aided. M Krishna Law College, Hassan Karnataka was established on / in 1974.

Principal of M Krishna Law College, Hassan Karnataka is UDAYAKUMAR Y.P.

M Krishna Law College is situated in Hassan of Karnataka state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Fax # of M Krishna Law College, Hassan Karnataka is 245414.

Residence Phone No(s) of concerned peron(s) of M Krishna Law College, Hassan Karnataka is (are) : 231924.

email ID(s) is M Krishna Law College Hassan Karnataka

Contact Details of M Krishna Law College, Hassan Karnataka are : 08172-245406, 245414


M Krishna Law College, Hassan Karnataka runs course(s) in Law stream(s).

Approval details: M Krishna Law College is affiliated with Karnataka State Law University, Hubli (Karnataka)

Media coverage of M Krishna Law College, Hassan Karnataka, Karnataka

NAAC report of M Krishna Law College

The M. Krishna Law College volunteered to be assessed by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council [NAAC]. The self-study report was submitted to NAAC by the institution in March 2003. A Peer Team was constituted by the NAAC to visit the institution and to validate the Self Study Report. The peer team consisting of Dr. Nakade Shivraj B, former Vice-Chancellor of Dr. Balasaheb Ambedkar University, Aurangabad as Chairperson, Dr. K. Vikraman Nair, Director, School of Indian Legal Thought, Mahatma Gandhi University and Prof. Ahmed Ullah Khan, Dean, Faculty of Law, Osmania University as members visited the institution for two days from 30th to 31st July 2004. Dr. Jagannath Patil, Assistant Advisor, NAAC acted as internal Co-ordinating Officer. Prof. K. Banada Rangaiah, co-ordinated the visit.

The M. Krishna Law College, affiliated to University of Mysore, is located in an urban area covering a total area of about 2 acres. It was established in 1974. The College has 624 students both in five and three year Law Courses. The College offers both five and three year-integrated courses with a professional orientation. The three year LL.B course is in Grant-in-aid category and the five year LL.B. course is in unaided category. The institution has got UGC recognition under 2f in 1984 and under 12B in 2002.

The College has qualified teaching faculty strength of 17 members including 8 permanent full-time teachers apart from 9 part time teachers. Except 4 permanent full time teachers who are getting state scale , rest of the staff is not adequately paid. Hence the UGC scales need to be implemented. They are not covered under Provident Fund Scheme which is a statutory obligations. There are 17 members on the non-teaching staff. The College has central library, computer centre, sports facilities and canteen.

The peer team carefully perused and analysed the self-study report submitted by the institution. During institutional visit, the team went through all the relevant documents, visited the facilities and interacted with various constituents of the institution. The academic, co-curricular, extra-curricular, sports and extension facilities of the institution were visited. The peer team also interacted at length with the Governing Body, Head of the institution, faculty, non-teaching staff, students, parents and alumni of the institution. Based on the above exercise, and keeping in mind the criteria identified by NAAC, the peer team has taken the value judgment. The assessment of the institution under various criteria, the commendable features of the institution as well as the issues of concern are given in the following pages.

As the College is affiliated to the University of Mysore , the Board of Studies in law of this University plays an important role in framing the syllabi and the syllabus in each subject changes as per the directions given by the Bar Council of India. The temporal plan of the academic work in the college is a semester pattern. The College offers two types of courses - [1] Three years full-time course and [2] Five year integrated course.

To introduce a new program within the regulations of the present University system, the College takes one year including the consent of the Chancellor. Hence the College has limited scope for deciding on contents of the courses.

The Principal, through the Board of Studies in Law play a vital role in updating the syllabi and making them more relevant.

The College gives practical training to the students as part of curriculum in order to expose them to the social reality. The guest lectures of experts in the legal field are arranged. The College conducts Legal Literacy Camps.

The above activities are generally in conformity with main objective of the institution, i.e., to provide professional legal education.

Admission is given on the basis of merit [i.e., the marks in qualifying examination] and in conformity with the rules of University and reservation policy of the State Government. By way of coaching for the educationally backward students, remedial courses are taken.

The M. Krishna Law College has semester teaching schedule for 180 days. The College encourages the advance learners to participate in the programmes such as moot courts, debates etc. Apart from this, to motivate the students, they are required to submit seminars periodically. The syllabus is unitized according to the semester system. Apart from lecture method, audio-visual aids are also used.

The lecturers prepare their own teaching plan duly approved by the Principal. They maintain teaching dairies and prepare synopsis for each lecture. The Principal of the college is also a member of the Board of Studies of the University of Mysore

Students' academic performance is evaluated by conducting terminal examinations and internal test papers. The College has conducted a few seminars for the benefit of the society and the students.

The performance of the faculty in teaching is evaluated by self-appraisal method and student feedback system.

Some teachers have participated in National Level Seminar and one of them is NET qualified. Faculty recruitment takes place with the consultation of the Government in case of aided course and by the Management in the case of unaided course.

Since M. Krishna Law College is concentrating on teaching at the Bachelor's Degree level, there is only a limited research activity. However, one teacher has done his project work on ' Potable water management in Hassan city: An empirical study', under the joint auspices of the National Law School University, Banaglore and the University of Mysore. The teachers are to be encouraged to undertake research projects.

The College has been active in extension activities such as social work, environment awareness, legal literacy and legal aid programmes. These activities sensitize the students to the problems and need of the society and enable them to appreciate the complexities involved. NSS camps have been conducted by the students for which a separate NSS unit is constituted. The college has conducted workshop on 'Environment and Law' in association with Science center and CPR Environment foundation, Chennai.

M. Krishna Law College is located in an urban area of about 2 acres with a magnificent three-storied building. The building accommodates lecture halls, administrative wing and library. The college has a playground and beautiful garden. The office of the College has computer facility with 15 systems linked with internet facility.

The Moot Court Hall is very spacious and beautifully furnished with judges podium, witness box and a special oval table for the participant- student advocate.

The library has about 10600 books with 500 titles and about 50 Law Journals, periodicals and encyclopedia in addition to reference books like Hallsbury Laws of England and Hallsbury Laws of India. The library is kept open from 9.30 am to 5.30 pm on all working days. The library has book bank facility and it is made available to SC/ST students. The library has the facilities of reprography, computer with internet connection and audio-visual cassettes. The computerization of the library has been started. The Librarian is qualified BLiSc as per University norms.

The College has eight class rooms, one seminar/conference hall, a computer lab, Principal room, Ladies staff room, staff room, separate girls reading rooms . It has a canteen also. There is adequate vehicle parking facility and play ground for sports activities.

The College publishes prospectus every year which contains all the details relating to courses offered, admission procedure, rules and regulations, fee structure, scholarships and other welfare activities.

It seems from record that the dropout rate is as low as 5%. Majority of the alumni have entered the legal profession and some of them go for post-graduate studies. An Alumni Association is formed in 2002. The practicising advocates number about 500, of whom a large majority is graduated in Law from M.Krishna Law College.

The students are involved in profession oriented extension activities such as moot court and legal aid camps and cultural activities.

M. Krishna Law College is aided by the State Government for its three year LL.B course. The five year LL.B. course is an unaided one fully supported by the Management. The College is run by the Malanad Technical Education Society.

The Principal , teaching and non-teaching staff hold meetings with the management periodically and maintain cordial relations. The management is pro active in developing the college. However, the unaided staff which is poorly paid needs to be covered under the Provident Fund Scheme for which the management has to take necessary steps at the earliest.

The College has a monitoring mechanism involving the Principal and Office Superintendent to internal coordinating and monitoring. The budget is prepared by a Committee and presented before the Management Committee and approved for each academic year. The Budget, the Income and Expenditure account is audited by a Chartered Accountant every year.

A Grievance Redressal Cell attends the grievances of the students.

The peer team has identified few features, which enhance the academic ambience of the institution.

The legal literacy and legal aid program help students to acquire professional skills and social sensitivity. The Parent Teacher Committee is formed. The Alumni Association is yet to be registered. The medical check-up and health facility is provided in collobaration with Ramakrishna Nursing Home, Hassan for which the college has entered into an MoU with the nursing home.

An Endowment Lecture has been instituted in 2002.

The Peer Team, after going through the self-study report and its visit to various academic and physical facilities, is impressed by the progress of M. Krishna Law College imparting 'LEGAL EDUCATION', particularly in practical training through two LL.B. courses. The College has earned its name and reputation for its services in the field of law, and sense of discipline and dedication to the younger generation. The Peer Team considers that there are a few features of the institution's approach to quality assurance and standards which it would wish to comment. Also, the Peer Team would like to bring to the attention of the College, certain concerns for its consideration. The students of the college have been securing University Ranks ranging from Rank First to Eight during last few years. One of the staff members has been awarded 'The Best Teacher's Award' by the Govt. of Karnataka.

The Peer Team would like to commend the institution for the following aspects.

Encouragement and support given by the Management to the Institution.

Dedication and commitment of the teaching and non-teaching staff of the institution.

Discipline and decorum maintained in the institution.

The extension activities - Legal Literacy and Legal Aid Programmes, Environment Awareness Programme etc.

Maintenance of audio-visual facilities, Computers and Internet.

Library facilities

Effective learner centered method of teaching.

Alumni Association and Parent Teacher Association

Good University result.

Keeping in view the future plans of the institution, the Peer Team would suggest the following to the institution to consider:

Short term self financing courses to be introduced such as Post Diploma Courses in different branches of Law, eg: Diploma in Taxation, Diploma in Labour Laws and Diploma in corporate Laws and Diploma in IPR.

The UGC scales need to be implemented to ensure quality education.

Looking to the number of students coming from far-flung areas Karnataka the College may have an independent hostel for both girls and boys for which even parents and students have expressed their concern.

Multimedia facilities may be further strengthened to make the learning process more effective and interesting.

Special coaching classes be conducted for the students appearing for judicial and other competitive examinations, including remedial courses.

Adequate number of permanent teachers be appointed.

Effective steps to encourage research activities for staff.

An effective computer centre with adequate number of computers with internet access is to be established for the basic computer training for the students.

Additional space should be provided for girls for making use of the library books during college hours.

A permanent Legal Aid Clinic should be established with the help of State level legal services authority.

A College may generate resources through consultancy service and self financing PG Diplomas in the subjects already mentioned.

Institution website may be developed to provide institutional details regarding admission procedure, fee structure and other facilities available. This will help attracting the students from outside the State.

Effective placement scheme with tie-up of corporate firms may be arranged.

Desirable to have an independent Director of Physical Education.

Dr. Nakade Shivraj B

Prof.(Dr.) K. Vikraman Nair

Prof. Ahmed Ullakhan

Sri. Firoz Pasha
M. Krishna Law College

Date : July 31, 2004.

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