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Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL), Patiala, Punjab
Address:Mohindra Kothi, Mall Road
Patiala (District Patiala)
Punjab, India
Pin Code : 147001


Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL), Patiala Punjab is a University recognised by UGC. Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL), Patiala Punjab was established on / in 2006.


Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL), Patiala Punjab is situated in Patiala of Punjab state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Patiala comes under Patiala Tehsil, Patiala District.

Fax # of Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL), Patiala Punjab is 0175-2304189, 2283073.

Contact Person(s) of the Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL), Patiala Punjab is (are): Mr. R.K. Sharma Phone No.: 0175-2304188 (Ext. 234), Mr. K.B.S. Sidhu, IAS.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL), Patiala Punjab are 9356358804.

email ID(s) is Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL) Patiala Punjab

Website of Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL), Patiala Punjab is www.rgnulpatiala.org, www.rgnul.ac.in.

Additional Information about Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL), Patiala Punjab is : Desk of VICE-CHANCELLOR Professor (Dr.) Paramjit S. Jaswal
Ever since its establishment Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law has steadily but surely achieved success after success. The recognitions and awards won by the students and faculty have clearly mapped it on the national scene. It would be my endeavour to lead the crusade further to ultimate academic excellence. I envisage, to further improve and promote high quality in academics and research so as to meet the global standards; to develop prestigious centre of learning and knowledge; to grow a community of academicians who would contribute substantially to society and play a distinctive role in nation building.

As a National Law University, RGNUL is committed to provide a congenial environment for students to learn both theory and practice of Law. It has opened a window of opportunity for the young law aspirants. The sole aim of the University is to be a premier institution in the field of law by ensuring creative teaching methodology in a pragmatic environment. The teaching curriculum and methodology at the University entails both intensive and extensive room teaching and participative learning. Special emphasis is laid on seminars, projects, moots, workshops and guest lectures while teaching. We are equally devoted to the culture of equipping young students to meet the contemporary challenges. The faculty and the administration work in tandem to achieve the objectives of imparting legal education and ensuring the students are proficient enough to put their theoretical knowledge to practice. The young and experienced faculty at RGNUL with their active enterprises ensures proactive involvement of students. The infrastructure provided at the University is to facilitate learning for all students. The entire campus is wi-fi enabled, including the hostels. A Library is heart of any institution, and RGNUL has a very well-stocked library of over 21,000 books. Presently, University is functioning from the heritage building but very soon a state of the art campus is coming up.

This year we will be bringing out the inaugural issue of RGNUL Law Review a research journal that aims at providing a forum for sharing advanced research and scholarship. It will provide comprehensive coverage to some of the important and contemporary legal issues agitating the minds of jurists at the national and international levels. A two day multidisciplinary congress on Political Science and Global Governance is being organized in the month of March and a theatre festival Performing Social Justice in the month of April. The activities will introduce our students to the frontiers of knowledge and provide them with opportunities to learn skills and discipline. We at Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law are committed to provide the students with excellent education and practical training. To achieve this aim we continuously strive to update our courses and syllabi, keeping in view the changing needs of different professions, industries and social landscape.

Desk of REGISTRAR Professor (Dr.) G.I.S. Sandhu

An opportunity to be a part of building up any new institution provides the privilege to set up a new order. At times it confronts with the great challenge to fulfil aspirations of the stakeholders, irrespective of the fact of infancy of the institution. In the past four years journey of the Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, we have laid many a significant milestones.

Professionally speaking, the students of the Five Year Law Graduation Course are being trained in three specialized streams, viz., Business and Intellectual Property Laws; Criminal Law; and Human Rights Laws. Therein, the students, in addition to study of the core subjects, are doing comprehensive courses in specialized subjects of the respective stream. They also work on the assigned projects and undertake professional training. The Post-Graduate Course in Law promotes scholarship and provide orientation towards research work. The research scholars registered with the University are actively pursuing doctoral research in Law and Social Sciences with Law. The new admission to the Ph.D. Programme is being made through the competitive Entrance Test as per the latest UGC norms. The concerted efforts being made by RGNUL faculty towards achieving academic and professional excellence gets reflected in the achievements of the RGNUL students at the national and at the international levels. There are eight major accomplishments by students during the Session 2009-2010.

We are making full endeavour to provide congenial environment to our students for professional studies through the best infrastructural facilities and amenities. The upcoming Campus at Village Sidhuwal, Patiala has been designed with a view to meet the aforesaid requirements of the law students. The residential component of the campus would be functional from July 2010. Still we know, that there is lot more required to be done and achieved. The first batch of graduate students is going to pass out in June 2011. We hope and wish that the young graduates of this National Law School would surely prove their mettle in the arena of law profession. Behind all the aforesaid achievements we find that there is strong motivation from our worthy Vice-Chancellor Professor (Dr.) Paramjit S. Jaswal.

CODE OF CONDUCT
RGNUL aims at securing excellence in the field of professional legal educational research. It imbibes the qualities of learning and research in the students; a commitment to ethics; diversity; public interest; and social justice. The University takes a pro-active position on all matters relating to professional and appropriate code of conduct on the part of the entire University students community, faculty and non-teaching staff. There is a general expectation that all members of the RGNUL family will observe decorum in all their relations with each other. The University also recognizes the indispensability of statutory provisions in this regard. In furtherance of its commitment to an environment of honesty, fairness and mutual respect, RGNUL takes serious cognizance of acts of academic/professionals misconduct that include cheating on academic exercises, plagiarism, misrepresentation and interference of any kind in the access of fellow students to University services, among others.

There is no scope for the students to indulge in political activities inside the campus. Evidence of any political activity inside the campus is considered as an act of gross indiscipline and shall be very strictly dealt with. RGNUL is a residential University. Every student shall remain in the campus during study hours and he/she shall not leave the campus without prior permission. The minimum commended core values of the University include the following:

1. Truthfulness;
2. Non-Violence;
3. Compassion;
4. Equal human dignity and equal status of all people;
5. Freedom for all, including their freedom of thought, belief and their freedom to dissent;
6. Pluralism and pluri-versalism;
7. Professionalism; and
8. Safeguarding the interests of the community and avoiding harm to the community.

ANTI RAGGING
Ragging means causing, inducing, compelling or forcing a student, whether by way of a practical joke or otherwise, to do any act which detracts from human dignity or violates his/her person or exposes him/her to ridicule, or compels him/her to forbear from doing any lawful act, by intimidating, wrongfully restraining, wrongfully confining or injuring him/her or by using criminal force to him/her, or by holding out to him/her any threat of such intimidation, wrongful restraint, wrongful confinement, injury or the use of criminal force.

Ragging being an evil practice, is inhuman, illegal and punishable. It violates the discipline of an educational institution and adversely affects the standards of higher education. Ragging in educational institution is banned by the Honble Supreme Court of India. The Court has issued mandatory orders to curb the menace of ragging in educational institutions. If an applicant for admission is found to have indulged in ragging in the past or it is noticed later that he/she has indulged in ragging, his/her admission may be refused or he/she shall be expelled from the educational institution. The punishment may also be in other forms, such as suspension from the classes for a limited period, or fine with a public apology, debarring from representation in events, withholding results, suspension or expulsion from hostel or mess, and the like. If the Head of the Institution is not satisfied with these arrangements for action, an First Information Report (FIR) can be filed without exception by the institutional authorities with the local police. The discretionary power vests solely with the University Authorities. We at RGNUL are committed removing ragging in all forms. In compliances with the guidelines laid down by the Honble Apex Court of the country RGNUL has constituted an Anti-Ragging Committee. Anti-Ragging Committee comprises of four Faculty Members nominated by the Registrar. The Committee shall assist to observe the recommendations / directions issued by the Honble Court without exception and if it is observed that there is any deviation, the committee shall inform the Registrar of the University.

Lets together curb this menace..

Chairman : Honble Mr. Justice M.M. Kumar Judge, Punjab and Haryana High Court Member.
General Secretary : Professor (Dr.) G.I.S. Sandhu.
Chancellor : Dr Gurjeet Singh, Prof (Dr) Paramjit Singh Jaswal, MR. JUSTICE RANJAN GOGOI.
Vice Chancellor : Dr Paramjit Singh Jaswal.

Registrar : Dr GIS Sandhu.


Contact Details of Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL), Patiala Punjab are : Tel: 0175-3046087, 2304188, 2304491, 2221002

Coordinator: Professor K.C. Garg, Mobile: +91-93570-81400, Phone 0175-2304188 (Ext. 227 and 214).

RGNUL New Campus at Village Siddhwal


Development Status of new campus of Rajiv Gandhi national University of Law, Punjab

Site: New campus of RGNUL is coming up in a land measuring appx; 47.30 acres. Proposed campus is being developed as Green University, for this rain harvesting, construction of sewage treatment plant (STP), plantation of trees and installation of solar systems etc. are put in place.

Campus boundary wall: Work of campus boundary wall stands completed. Campus is having two entry gates. Work of construction of main gate and finishing of front wall is about to be completed.

Construction of internal roads: - Work for the construction of internal roads is in progress. Foot paths & electric poles etc are also being provided all along the roads.

Hostels for boys and Girls: - As per master plan of the proposed campus six blocks for boys and girls are constructed. Covered area of these hostels is 1,99,000 Sq feet (1,08,500 Sq ft for boys and 90,500 Sq ft for girls). All the rooms have been furnished with box type bed, study table, study chair, books shelves etc. There is a provision of cupboard in each room having sufficient storage capacity, there is also provision for locker in each cupboard for safe custody of valuables i.e. Laptop, wallet, mobile etc. There is a separate provision for basket ball and badminton court for boys and girls hostels. Dining halls for boys and girls are having capacity for 330 students each. Ultra modern kitchen are being equipped with modern cooking gadgets. Water coolers are being fitted with R.O for drinking and water for cooking is also through R.O system.


Courses




Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL), Patiala Punjab runs course(s) in Law stream(s).

Profile of Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL)

OUR VISION
Our endeavour is to serve the society through reforms in legal services by way of preparing professionally competent lawyers, inquisitive researchers, able administrators, conscientious judicial officers, and above all, socially responsible citizens, who shall be whole- heartedly and continuously engaged in the process of nation building . . .

OBJECTIVES
* To evolve and impart comprehensive legal education including distant and continuing legal education at all levels to achieve excellence.
* To organize advanced studies and promote research in all branches of law.
* To disseminate legal knowledge and legal processes and their role in national development by organizing lectures, seminars, symposia, workshops and conferences.
* To promote cultural, legal and ethical values with a view to promote and foster the rule of law and the objectives enshrined in the Constitution of India.
* To improve the ability with a view to analyse and present for the benefit of the public, contemporary issues of public concern and their implications.
* To liaise with the institutions of higher learning and research in India and abroad.
* To hold examinations and confer degrees and other academic distinctions.
* To promote legal awareness in the community for achieving social and economic justice.
* To undertake study and training projects relating to law, legislation and judicial justice.
* To do all such things as are incidental, necessary or conducive to the attainment of all or any of the objectives of the University.

HISTORY
Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL), Punjab, was established by the State Legislature of Punjab by passing the Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab Act, 2006 (Punjab Act No. 12 of 2006). The Act incorporated a University of Law of national stature in Punjab, thereby fulfilling the need for a Centre of Excellence in legal education in the modern era of globalization and liberalization. RGNUL started functioning from its Headquarters-Mohindra Kothi, The Mall, Patiala w.e.f. 26 May 2006. The University acquired approval of the Bar Council of India (BCI) in July 2006. The University also got registered with the University Grants Commission (UGC), New Delhi under Section 2(f) of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956 and has been declared fit to obtain grant from the (UGC) under Section 12-B of the UGC Act, 1956.

Presently, RGNUL is functioning from a heritage building of the erstwhile Patiala State, that is, Mohindra Kothi, The Mall, Patiala located in the heart of Patiala city in a pollution free environment. Keeping in view the requirements of a National University of Law, necessary infrastructure has been developed in the form of classrooms, lectures halls, computer labs, library, reading hall, health centre, gymnasium and other sports facilities. There are separate buildings such as Administrative Block, Academic Block, Library, Hostels, Mess House, Canteen etc. to cater to the needs of a national institution.

RGNUL has a well equipped computerized Central Library with about 20,000 titles in addition to the specialized libraries of the Research Centres. There are two advanced Computer Labs with 60 computers and leased line internet connectivity. The University is fully residential with boys and girls staying in separate hostels. The whole RGNUL Campus is wi-fi enabled which is also extended to the respective hostels round the clock. The main campus of the University is coming up at Village Sidhuwal, Bhadson Road, Patiala in an area of 50 Acres of land. A State-of-the-art campus has been designed. The fully residential and self-sufficient campus will have Administrative cum-Academic Block, separate spacious Library, Auditorium, Sports Complex, Boys and Girls Hostels, Guest House, Community Hall, Health Centre, residences and various other facilities.

The University has also set up Centre for Advanced Study in Criminal Law (CASCL);; Centre for Consumer Protection Law and Advocacy (CCPLA); Centre for Advanced Study in International Humanitarian Law (CASH); School of Agricultural Law and Economics (SALE); RGNUL Institute for Competitive Examination (RICE); Bureau of Information for Study Abroad (BISA) and Directorate of Distance Education (DODE). The objective of these Centres is to undertake advanced study and research in the emerging areas of the respective fields, independently or in collaboration with professional institutions at the national or international levels; to bring about publications and produce study material in the respective fields of knowledge; organize seminars, workshops and conferences on contemporary and significant issues. School of Law of the Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU), New Delhi has also set up a Study Centre at RGNUL, Patiala under its Regional Centre at Khanna (Punjab). In the first instance, a Post Graduate Certificate Course in Cyber Laws (PGCCL) has started from January 2009 as the Distance Learning Programme of the IGNOU from the RGNUL Campus.

RGNUL is also a member of a number of professional organizations of national and international stature like the Asian Law Institute (ASLI), Singapore; Commonwealth Legal Education Association (CLEA); Forum of South Asian Clinical Law Teachers (FSACLT), Goa; Indian Economic Association (IEA); Indian Institute of Comparative Law (IICL), Jaipur; Indian Institute of Public Administration (IIPA), New Delhi; Indian Law Institute (ILI), New Delhi; Indian Political Science Association (IPSA); Indian Society of Criminology (ISC), Madras; Indian Society of International Law (ISIL), New Delhi; Institute of Constitutional and Parliamentary Studies (ICPS), New Delhi; International Association of Law Schools (IALS), and International Law Students Association (ILSA), United States of America

OUR CHANCELLOR
HONBLE MR. JUSTICE RANJAN GOGOI, Chief Justice, Punjab and Haryana High Court, Chandigarh

Honble Mr. Justice Ranjan Gogoi joined the Bar in 1978 and practiced mainly in the Guwahati High Court. He was appointed as Permanent Judge of Guwahati High Court on 28th February, 2001, was transferred to Punjab and Haryana High Court on 9th September, 2010. His Lordship assumed the office of Chief Justice, Punjab and Haryana High Court and took over as Chancellor, RGNUL on 03 January 2011.

Governing Bodies General Council
THE GENERAL COUNCIL
The General Council of the University is the plenary authority of the University. It formulates and review from time to time broad policies and programmes of the University and devise measure for the improvement and development of the University. It has the following members:

Honble Mr. Justice Ranjan Gogoi, Chief Justice, Punjab and Haryana High Court*Chancellor, RGNUL*Chairman
Honble Mr. Justice M.M. Kumar *Judge, Punjab and Haryana High Court*Member
Honble Mr. Justice Rajive Bhalla*Judge, Punjab and Haryana High Court*Member
Professor (Dr.) Paramjit S. Jaswal* Vice-Chancellor, RGNUL*Member
Mr. G.E. Vahanvati*Attorney General of India*Member
Mr. S.C. Aggarwal, IAS*Chief Secretary, Government of Punjab*Member
Mr. H.S. Mattewal*Advocate General, Punjab*Member
Mr. K.B.S. Sidhu, IAS*Principal Secretary to Government of Punjab, Department of Finance*Member
Dr. Roshan Sunkaria, IAS*Secretary to Government of Punjab Department of Higher Education, Punjab*Member
Mr. Gopal Subramanium *Solicitor General of India and Chairman, Bar Council of India, New Delhi*Member
Professor (Dr.) M.P. Singh*Vice-Chacellor, West Bengal National Law University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata*Member
Mr. Gobinder Singh*Legal Remembrancer and Secretary to Government of Punjab, Department of Legal and Legislative Affairs*Member
Professor (Dr.) Virendra Kumar*Director, Chandigarh Judicial Academy *Member
Professor (Dr.) Mrs. Shalina Mehta*Social Anthropoligst, Professor and Chairperson, Department of Anthropology, Panjab University, Chandigarh*Member
Professor (Dr.) Daljit Singh*Principal Khalsa College, Amritsar *Member
Mr. Gurinder Pal Singh*Chairman, State Bar Council of Punjab and Haryana*Member
Professor (Dr.) S.R.S. Bedi*Professor of Law, RGNUL*Member
Professor (Dr.) G.I.S. Sandhu*Registrar, RGNUL*Secretary

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
The Executive Council is the Chief Executive Authority of the University having powers to administer the University subject to the provisions of the University Act and the statutes made there under. It may make regulations for that purpose. It has the following members::
Professor (Dr.) Paramjit S. Jaswal* Vice-Chancellor, RGNUL*Chairman
Mr. Gopal Subramanium*Chairman, Bar Council of India*Member
Mr. Gurinder Pal Singh*Chairman, State Bar Council of Punjab and Haryana*Member
Mr. K.B.S. Sidhu, IAS*Principal Secretary to Government of Punjab, Department of Finance*Member
Dr. Roshan Sunkaria, IAS*Secretary to Government of Punjab Department of Higher Education, Punjab*Member
Mr. Gobinder Singh *Legal Remembrancer and Secretary to Government of Punjab, Department of Legal and Legislative Affairs*Member
Mr. H.S. Mattewal*Advocate General, Punjab *Member
Professor (Dr.) V. Vijaya Kumar*Vice-Chancellor, The Tamilnadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University, Chennai*Member
Professor Mrs. Nishtha Jaswal *Chairperson, Department of Laws, Panjab University, Chandigarh *Member
Professor (Dr.) S.R.S. Bedi*Professor of Law, RGNUL*Member
Professor M.R. Garg*Associate Professor of Law, RGNUL*Member
Dr. Tanya Mander*Assistant Professor of English, RGNUL*Member
Professor (Dr.) G.I.S. Sandhu*Registrar, RGNUL*Secretary

Governing Bodies >> ACADEMIC COUNCIL
THE ACADEMIC COUNCIL
The Academic Council of the University is responsible to manage the academic affairs of the University as per University Act, Statutes and Regulations. It has the following members:
Professor (Dr.) Paramjit S. Jaswal*The Vice-Chancellor, RGNUL*Chairman
Professor D.S. Sengar*Director, Indian Law Institute, New Delhi*Member
Dr. Gopal Krishan*Professor Emeritus (Former Professor Panjab University, Chandigarh)*Member
Professor (Dr.) B.S. Ghuman*Department of Public Administration (Former Dean, Faculty of Arts) Panjab University Chandigarh*Member
Mr. Brig Mohan Vinayak*Vice-Chairman, Executive Committee Nominee, Bar Council of India*Member
Mr. Gurinder Pal Singh*Chairman, State Bar Council of Punjab and Haryana*Member
Professor (Dr.) S.R.S. Bedi*Professor of Law, RGNUL*Member
Professor M.R. Garg*Associate Professor of Law, RGNUL*Members
Dr. Tanya Mander*Assistant Professor of English, RGNUL*Member
Professor (Dr.) G.I.S. Sandhu*Registrar, RGNUL*Secretary

Governing Bodies FINANCE COMMITTEE
THE FINANCE COMMITTEE
Finance Committee deals with the financial matters of the University. It examines and scrutinizes the Annual Budget of the University and makes its recommendation to the Executive Council. It has the following members:
Professor (Dr.) Paramjit S. Jaswal*Vice-Chancellor, RGNUL*Chairman
Mr. K.B.S. Sidhu, IAS*The Principal Secretary to Government of Punjab, Department of Finance*Member
Mr. Mandeep Singh Sandhu, IAS*The Secretary to Government of Punjab, Department of Higher Education, Punjab*Member
Dr. Roshan Sunkaria, IAS*Secretary to Government of Punjab Department of Higher Education, Punjab*Member
Professor (Dr.) V. Vijaya Kumar*Vice-Chancellor, The Tamilnadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University, Chennai*Member
Professor (Dr.) Nishtha Jaswal*Chairperson, Department of Laws, Panjab University, Chandigarh *Member
Professor (Dr.) G.I.S. Sandhu*Registrar, RGNUL*Secretary

RGNUL Staff ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
NAME*DESIGNATION
Mr. Inderjit Singh* Officer on Special Duty
Mr. Sukhdev Singh* Superintendent (Accounts)
Mr. Jaswant Singh* Superintendent (Examinations)
Mr. Prem Chand Gupta* Superintendent (Meetings)
Mr. Baldev Singh* Senior Assistant
Mr. Ravjot Singh* PA to Vice-Chancellor
Mr. Rajmohan Singh* Field Assistant-cum-Field Organiser
Mr. Satish Kumar* Property Incharge
Mr. Pankaj Kumar* Clerk
Mr. Naveen Gupta* Accounts Clerk
Mr. Jatinder Kumar* Accounts Clerk
Mr. Mahadev Singh* Accounts Clerk
Ms. Anju Aneja* Clerk
Mr. Sagar Yadav* Clerk
Ms. Dilpreet Kaur* Clerk
Mr. Pritpal Singh* Clerk

Undergraduate Programme ADMISSION
B.A., LL.B. (HONS.): FIVE YEAR INTEGRATED COURSE

RGNUL offers B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) Five-Year Integrated Programme whereunder Social Sciences subjects like Economics, English, History, Political Science and Sociology are taught as the Social Science component of Legal Studies subjects in the first two years of study. According to the new scheme of Bar Council of India Social Science Subjects are offered as major and minor subjects. At present university is offering major courses in Economics, Political Science and Sociology. From third year, the curriculum comprises all law subjects. All subjects are compulsory in the first three years of study. However, in the fourth and fifth year, students are offered optional subjects in the form of four streams viz., Business and Intellectual Property Law, Criminal Law, Consumer Protection Law, Policy and Procedure, Human Rights Law and Practice.

RGNUL follows the Semester System where under the whole Five-Year Course is divided into Ten Semesters i.e. there are Two Semesters in each Academic Year. The teaching methodology includes extensive and intensive class room teaching aiming at participative learning. The Course also includes classroom assignments, seminars and project work relating to each subject. The thrust of the course is not only towards teaching but also on professional training.

ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION
The Admission shall be based exclusively on the performance in the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT). However, to qualify for admission the candidate:
* Must have passed 10+2 examination of the Punjab School Education Board or its equivalent with minimum 50% marks for General Category and 45% marks for SC/ST/Person with disability in the aggregate.
* The age of the candidate must not be more than 20 years in case of General and 22 years in case of the SC/ST/Person with disability candidates as on 1 July 2011.
* The candidates appearing in or awaiting results of the qualifying examination respectively being held in March/April 2011 may also apply and appear for the Combined Law Admission Test (CLAT) provisionally, subject to the condition that they shall produce the proof of having passed the qualifying examination with the prescribed percentage of marks at the time of their interview/counseling.
* The candidature of:
* those who do not clear the qualifying examination with the requisite marks and fail to produce result on the date of interview/counseling, and
* those who get compartments/re-appear in any subject in the qualifying examination, shall be cancelled and subsequent securing qualifying marks shall not be considered at any stage.
* Candidates applying in the SC/ST/Person with disability categories are required to submit certificate from the competent authority.

INTAKE AND RESERVATION
The total number of seats for the B.A.,LL.B.(Hons.) Five Years Integrated Course shall be eighty (80)*. Division of the seats shall be as under:
* Present intake of Graduation Course is 80. However, University has applied to BCI for increase in seats to 120 for the session 2011-2012. The BCI approval is awaited.

The candidature of the Punjab Resident Category shall be determined on submission of an affidavit and certificate as per the Punjab Government letter No. 1/3/95-3PPII/9619 dated 06.06.96 as amended vide the Punjab Government, Department of Personnel and Administrative Reforms letter No. 11/3/95-3PP-II/80 dated 01.01.99.
Admission to the category of the Foreign Nationals shall be the Direct Admission on the basis of inter-se-merit of the qualifying examination and the interview. These candidates are to apply through CLAT form directly to the Registrar, RGNUL.

M.Phil. ADMISSION
MASTER OF PHILOSOPHY (M.PHIL.) IN LAW
AND
M.PHIL. IN SOCIAL SCIENCES WITH LAW

ELIGIBILITY
An applicant seeking admission to the M.Phil. Degree Programme in Law must have:
A Degree of Master of Laws (LL.M.) from any recognized University with a minimum 55% marks and having Consistently Good Academic Record.
With a view to encourage interdisciplinary studies with a strong legal component, Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law allows candidates from other disciplines also to register for the M.Phil. Degree Programme. Such candidates must have passed:

NOTES
* The requirement of Masters Degree in Law will be relaxed in case of candidates with qualification in the categories (a) and (b) above and the degree to be awarded shall be M.Phil. in Social Sciences with Law.
* The area of research to be undertaken by a candidate with qualification in (c) and (d) must have a clear interface with the discipline of law.

P.HD. >> ADMISSION
RGNUL Regulations for Ph.D. in Law and Ph.D. in Social Sciences
WITH LAW (RESEARCH DEGREE PROGRAMME) - 2010(As revised at the meeting of the Executive Council held on 27.09.2010)

WHY STUDY AT RGNUL
The University offers B.A.,LL.B.(Hons.) Five Years Integrated Course divided into Ten Semesters (i.e., two semesters in one academic year). English, Economics, History, Political Science and Sociology are taught as the social science components of legal studies. According to the new scheme of Bar Council of India Social Science Subjects are offered as major and minor subjects. At present university is offering major courses in Economics, Political Science and Sociology. Power Point Presentations are compulsory for each seminar in the respective subject. The University has a well stocked library with more than 22,000 books, journals, e-journals, periodicals, etc. etc. The University has two advanced computer labs. Internet facility is provided through leased line and the entire campus is Wi-Fi enabled. The students are encouraged to have their own lap-tops. The university has a well furnished Moot Court Hall, Conference Hall, Lecture Rooms and Class Rooms equipped with modern teaching aids and equipments.

RGNUL is presently located at its headquarters the Mohindra Kothi, one of the heritage buildings of the erstwhile Patiala State. Its permanent campus shall soon come up in an area of 50 acre on Patiala-Bhadson Road, about 8 kms from Patiala city. As RGNUL is an upcoming National Law University, significant endeavour is made to evolve a pragmatic and participative learning environment promoting creative teaching. Our aim is to provide students with holistic academic and professional environment conducive to grooming prospective professionals in the field of law. The teaching methodology entails both intensive and extensive class room teaching and participative learning. The students are confronted with the real life problems and are trained to acquire analytical and logical skills. Therefore, teaching schedule includes lectures, discussions, case studies, daily seminars and project works, ensuring student participation. The University follows the semester system where social science subjects are taught along with law for the first two years to initiate students towards an interdisciplinary approach to legal education. Internship of the University has been divided into two stages the Initial and the Advanced Internship Programmes.

The heritage building with RGNUL has been tastefully furnished to meet all academic and administrative requirements. State-of-the-art sports facilities; hostels; transport; medical and other facilities. New Campus has been aesthetically designed with marvelous architecture and green environment in an area of 50 acres of land at village Sidhuwal near Patiala, as model campus of a National Law University.

In academics and in research, RGNUL faculty and students have to their credit quality publications and participations at scores of national and international forums. We have organized number of mega events namely LAWASIA Moot Court Competition; Commonwealth Moot Court Competition; National Seminar on Family Law; and 24th BCI National Moot Court Competition, One Day Workshop on Learning Effective Teaching Skills for the law teachers of the region and Training of Trainers Programme in Humanitarian Law, Five-Day Training Programme on Role of Police and Criminal Justice for Station House Officers (SHOs) of the Punjab Police and Two day International Multidisciplinary Congress on Political Science and Good Governance. The University is going to admit new batch of graduation and post-graduation courses in law in the forthcoming session through the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) to be conducted at the national level. The registration for research degree (Ph.D.) in Law and Ph.D. in Social Sciences with Law are under process.

The University has established Centre for Advanced Study in Criminal Law (CASCL); Centre for Consumer Protection Law and Advocacy (CCPLA); Centre for Advanced Studies in International Humanitarian Law (CASH); School of Agricultural Law and Economics (SALE); RGNUL Institute for Competitive Exams (RICE); Directorate of Distance Education (DODE); and Bureau of Information for Studies Abroad (BISA).

The University is member of various national and international professional organizations and is also in the process of obtaining membership of some other. Prominent among these are: All India Federation of Tax Practitioners, Asian Law Institute (ASLI), Association of Indian universities (AIU), Commonwealth legal Education Association (ASIA), Consumer guidance Society of India, DELNET (development library Network), Forum of south Asian clinical law teachers, IASLIC (Indian association of special library and information center), Indian Academy of Social Sciences (ISSA), Indian commerce Association, Indian Economic Association, Indian Institute of Public Administration (IIPA), Indian law Institute (ILI), Indian society of International law (ISIL), Indian society of criminology, Institute of constitutional and Parliamentary studies (ICPS), International association of law schools (IALS), International association of law libraries, International law students Association, Legal Information Institute of India (LII of India)

RGNUL is an autonomous body, governed by its own Statutory Councils. The University has a democratic administrative system and the faculty has an effective participation in the formulation and implementation of the University policies and programmes. We are sure that the coming batch will enjoy the invigorating environment of this University during their stay with us for five years.

OVERVIEW
As a matter of pride for the institution, it has created a history in the academics by gaining national as well as international momentum of prominence in academics. Depending upon the enrollment of the students; also the level and the strength of the teaching and the non-teaching staff of the campus, the structural and infra-structural development of the campus becomes a pre-condition. In a short span of time extending from the date of the inception of the institution, the campus of the institution has experienced remarkable changes and alternations as were required.

The University roads have been ornamented and a marvelous landscaping is being done with a spirit of aestheticism; foot-paths have been constructed to make it safe for the vehicles being driven and the equestrians walking in the premises also. In all, the campus and its beautiful construction is specifically appreciated by all the visitors and delegates coming to attend the various academic, administrative or professional events or meets.

Library >> INTRODUCTION
A Library is a public institution charged with the care of, collection of books, the duty of making them accessible to those who require the use of them and the task of converting every person in its neighborhood into a habitual library reader of books.

A Library plays an important role in the field of education. Education and libraries are the two joint parts of body. One cannot be separated from the other. Library is charged with providing adequate reading material to users. The library organizes the reading materials so that it can be in systematic order for use. As we know libraries are spending institutions where the money spent on establishment and services cant be measured in the form of profit

Thus a library is a place where books, periodicals, musical scores, manuscripts and other literary and artistic materials are collected, processed and kept in some convenient order for use by clientele and not for sale

The RGNUL came into existence in the month of June 2006. With in a short span, the University has established a well-resourced Library on the Campus. Keeping in view the aims and objectives of the Law University, the Library has been planned and is being developed by a team of qualified professional Library staff. Our Library is well stocked and the entire Library is divided into five major sections.

(1) Reference Section
(2) Periodical Section
(3) Textbook Section
(4) Documentation Section.
(5) Moot Court competition Section
(6) General Section
(7) Technical Section
(8) Xerox Section.

The Library at the RGNUL has acquired a collection of over 22000 Volumes covering a wide range of general and special subjects consisting of text books, reference books, bound volumes of journals, reports, e-books, thesis etc. apart from the current legal periodicals. The RGNUL Library at present subscribes 80 Law Journals and about 25 magazines. Apart from the subscription to law journals, 19 Newspapers and Online journals (Manupatra, Westlaw India, SCC Online, LII of India, EPW, DELNET and Hein Online etc. ) are also being subscribed by the RGNUL Library for keeping the students and faculty in touch with the current affairs. Apart from these two, separate reading rooms have been marked for the undergraduate students and for the Post graduate students

The active library professionals started using computers not only to manage library but also to fulfill the needs and requirements of library users. Computer and other digital or electronic resources are less expensive and more helpful for easy access. Now the users can access the libraries from outside by digital access by commonly available electronic information resources such as CO-ROMs/DVDs, OPAC, Web-OPAC and the Internet. The RGNUL Library has been using LIBSYS package for Library Automation and housekeeping operations. The library on-line catalogue database has bibliographic information books and back volumes of periodicals. Through the LIBSYS OPAC users can access and search the Library Online Catalogue by Author, Title, Subject, and keywords. Users can know the latest additions of periodicals. Reservation of a book can be done Online through WEB-OPAC. Students and other staff can access WEB-OPAC through Wi-Fi network with in University campus and Hostels also. RGNUL Library also providing Ask a Librarian service for online reference regarding Library

Library LIBRARY TIMINGS
During Semester Period
* Monday to Saturday: - 9:00 am to 7:00 pm
* Sunday: -11:00 am to 4: 00 pm

During Vacation Period
* Monday to Saturday: ---10:00 am to 4:00 pm
* The Library will remain closed on all declared holiday by the University.
* Reading Room, Reference Section, Periodical Section and Text book Section will remain open to readers during the working hours of the Library.
* The Circulation Counter will remain open from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm from Monday to Saturday

Library FUNCTION AND SERVICES
FUNCTIONS

Major Functions of RGNUL Library are:
* Searching, selection and procurement of relevant information resources
* Processing of information resources
* Storage of information resources for retrieval by the users.
* Automation of RGNUL Library functions and services.
SERVICE
The Library offers following services:
* Reference Service/Referral Service
* Circulation Service
* Orientation to Readers Service
* Inter Library Loan and Document Delivery Service
* Display of Recent Additions
* Bibliographic Service
* Photocopy Service
* Binding Service
* Current awareness service
* Press Clipping Service / Documentation Center

In addition to above services the centre also renders its services for publication works of the institute. It provides assistance in preparing manuscripts of annual report, technical profiles/folders. Assistance is also extended in preparation of manuscripts of training manuals, project proposals/reports, etc

Library RULES
Membership to the LibraryLoan PrivilegesCategories of LoanOverdue ChargesRestricted categories of reading materialLoss / Mutilation of books Loss of Library Card Section for Rare, Out of Print and Costly BooksPhotostatGeneral RulesMEMBERSHIP OF THE LIBRARY Faculty Members and Non-Teaching Staff Other Officials/Officers working on the Campus that is on Deputation, Health Center, Audit Officers, Banks, etc. (excluding Daily Wagers, employees in Canteen /Security, etc.). Such officials will be admitted to the membership on the recommendation of the Registrar.All enrolled Students of the UniversityThe persons, not included under sections (i) to (iii), may be admitted as special members on the deposit of Library Security of Rs 500/- refundable on cessation of membership and the annual Library Membership fee of Rs 100/- (non-refundable) from 1 April to 31 March every year. Such members are allowed only to consult the Library. Visitors who are not members of the library may be allowed to use the library on the recommendation of the appropriate authority of the University. Rs 10/- per day as a consultation fee will be charged from such visitor. LOAN PRIVILEGESThe number of books that can be borrowed and the period of loan for various categories of members will be as follows:

Category *No of Books*Period of loan
Vice-Chancellor / Registrar *12*One month
Faculty Members *12*Full Semester
University Librarian *10*One month
Administrative and Library Staff (up to Superintendent and Asstt. Librarian)*06*One month
Other Employees *04*One month
Class IV employees of the University *02*One month
Officers of Bank /Audit / Health Center (working on the Campus)*04*One month
Other Employees of Audit /Health Center /Bank*02*One month
Students: (a) B. A.LLB (Hons.) (b) LL.M* 0608* 15 Days
Research Scholars and M .Phil students*10*15 Days

CATEGORIES OF LOANBooks marked as Reference cannot be issued which may be consulted in the Library.Books meant for short loan are shelved separately in a designated area.All other books are available on ordinary loan. The period of ordinary loan is as mentioned in Section 3 above.All current periodicals and their back volumes are Reference books.Books for Reserve Category will be issued only for overnight The Librarian may regulate the use of books in such a manner as she deems fit. In case of great demand, books issued may be recalled at any time by the Librarian. All residuary powers regarding the use of reading material, provision of other services and the maintenance of discipline and decorum in the Library shall rest with the Librarian.

OVERDUE CHARGES
* Issue of books: Daily after 9:30 am to 4:30 pm on any working day.
* Reference Books/Reserve copy can only be consulted in Library.
* All Current Periodicals are considered as the Reference books.
* Overdue Charges for all Issued items Re 1/- per day per volume after due date if:-

* The book borrowed from ordinary section is not returned by due date. The book which is recalled by the Library is not returned within the stipulated period, and the book issued for overnight use is not returned in time.Please Note: -
* Reserve copy, issued for overnight use, shall have to be returned within one and a half hour of the opening of the Library, next day.
* If due date of overnight book is on holiday/Sunday, return it on next working day before 11:00 am otherwise fine would be charged including holiday/Sunday 1/- Rs. per hour.

RESTRICTED CATEGORIES OF READING MATERIAL
Books marked as Reference and Back Volumes of Journals can only be consulted in the Library Books marked as Reserve Copy may be issued for overnight Issue of books: - daily after 4:00 pm up to half an hour before closing of the Library.Return of books: - daily within one and a half hours of the opening of the Library.All Current Periodicals are Reference books.Note: - Reserved copy may be issued for overnight use during one week preceding the semester examination and during the examination days.

LOSS / MUTILATION OF BOOKS
In case of damage or loss of the book, the member shall be required to replace the book or pay the cost of the book. The replacement copy shall be hard bound copy, except when the lost book of the library was a paper back edition. However, if the hard bound edition of the book is out of print, a paper back copy will be accepted with the payment of the difference of price of the hard bound and paper back editions. Replacement cost of the book will mean the latest price as per bibliographical sources available in the library or market price or price as per Accession Register whichever is higher plus postal and incidental charges to be incurred in procuring the book. If such a book belongs to a set and is not available singly, the member shall have to replace or pay for the whole set. However, if the book is out of print or where price is not known, the library would charge 5% over and above the price paid by the library on the yearly basis.

LOSS OF LIBRARY CARD
Duplicate library card may be issued to a member on payment of Rs 50/- after the expiry of one week from the date of reporting to the Librarian.

SECTION FOR RARE, OUT OF PRINT AND COSTLY BOOKS
This section shall house the xeroxed copies of the Books / Journals / other reading material which are rare / out of print. A separate Accession Register shall be maintained for such a xeroxed material.The price of this material shall include:(a) Cost of Xeroxing(b) Cost of binding Note:--In case of loss of the above mentioned books/ journals by any member/reader, he/ she shall have to pay a price equal to the sum total of (a) and (b) plus 10 percent of (a) and (b), mentioned above.

PHOTOSTAT
Photostat center is setup in university campus for students. One Photostat center is also in library but only for Photostat of Moots, Memorials and university News paper (Only office Work)

GENERAL RULES
Conversation and any other behavior likely to disturb or cause inconvenience to other users must be avoided in the reading areas. Use of cell phone is strictly prohibited within the library premises.Smoking, eating and drinking are not permitted within the Library premises. Books, equipment and furniture must not be damaged and defaced in any manner.Loss of or damage to books must be reported immediately. The user is responsible for such loss or damage and will make good of loss.Any member of library staff is empowered to enforce the regulations.The Members / Readers are not allowed to bring personal books or other reading material to the library except in the area meant for such a purpose. The Library Staff cannot be held responsible for loss or damage to any personal belongings of the members / readers.The university Librarian is vested with powers to restrict or suspend the Library privileges of any member/user contravening any of the regulations of the library.The Vice-Chancellor, on the recommendations of the Library Committee, may amend/add/delete any of the above mentioned regulation in anticipation of the approval of appropriate bodies of the university.

BACK VOLUMES OF JOURNALS
Sr. No.*NAME OF THE JOURNAL*YEAR
* All India Reporter*1921-2010
* All England Law Reports*1936-2010
* All India Service Law Journal*1978-2010
* Annual Survey of Indian Law*1965-2006
* Banking Cases*1990-2010
* Bankmann*1999-2008
* Chandigarh Law Reporter*26 vols.
* Company Law Journal*1984-2007
* Consumer Law Today*1993-2007
* Consumer Protection and Trade Practices Journal *1993-2007
* Consumer Protection Judgments *1991-2010
* Consumer Protection Reporter*1992-2010
* Crimes*1983-2010
* Criminal Court Cases*2002-2006
* Criminal Law Journal *1946-2010
* Current Central Legislation*1976 to 2010
* Current Civil Cases*1985-2010
* Current Criminal Reports*1993-2007
* Income Tax Reports*1933-2008
* Indian Journal of International Law*2000-2007
* Indian Social Legal journal*1975-2010
* Journal of Indian Law Institute*1961-2010
* Journal of The Institute of Human Rights*1998-2007
* Judgments Today*1986-2008
* Legal News And Views*2000-2010
* Manupatra*2007-2008
* Manupatra Law Reports*10 vols.
* Matrimonial Reporter*1980 to 89
* PRP Journal of Human Rights*2001-2006
* Recent Criminal Reports*1983-2007
* Service Law Reporter*1967-2010
* Supreme Bound Reports*2002-2007
* Supreme Court Cases*1969-2010
* Supreme Court Reports*1952-2008
* Supreme Law Today*1998-2007
* Supreme Today *1996-2007

HOSTELS
Hostels for boys and Girls: - As per master plan of the proposed campus six blocks each for boys and girls are to be constructed. As per requirement three blocks each for boys and girls are under construction in phase 1 with separate mess / dining. Covered area of these hostels is 1,99,000 Sq feet (1,08,500 Sq ft for boys and 90,500 Sq ft for girls). One Block of boys hostel has been made functional in August 2010 and about 140 students have been shifted. Other blocks shall be made functional in July 2011. All the rooms have been furnished with box type bed, study table, study chair, books shelves etc. There is a provision of cupboard in each room having sufficient storage capacity, there is also provision for locker in each cupboard for safe custody of valuables i.e. Laptop, wallet, mobile etc. There is a separate provision for basket ball and badminton court for boys and girls hostels.

GUEST HOUSE
There is a provision for V.I.P. Guest Houses and Faculty Guest Houses in the new campus. Construction work of these buildings shall be taken up in the near future. However for the time being fully furnished guest house is available in the present RGNUL campus at Mohindra Kothi, The Mall, Patiala. This guest house is having two A.Cs rooms with drawing room, kitchen etc

COMPUTER LABS
There are two fully air conditioned Computer Labs in the university with 60 computers having latest configuration and Hi speed Internet Leased Line facility. These labs remain open from 9:00 am till 5:00 pm. For all these hours, the technical expert staff is available to provide guidance to the students in attaining proficiency in operating computer. The academic curriculum of the university is largely oriented towards the use of information technology. The Computer Labs and the allied networking of the university are run by the Information Technology Department, which is at present being managed by efficiently educated and trained staff. These computer labs are equipped with the latest software to control Internet Threat and Integrated Internet Security with fine granularity through its unique user-identity based policies. The entire University campus is Wi-Fi enabled and LAN Connectivity is available to Computer labs, Academic and Administrative offices and Library of RGNUL.

HEALTH CENTRE
A University Health Centre (UHC) has been setup in the University. UHC has complete facilities for indoor admissions, minor surgeries, resuscitation equipment, vaccinations, and sterilization of equipment and stock of medicines for routine and emergency ailments. It functions for twenty four (24) hours. Among other efforts being undertaken by the UHC are: Gender Education, Acquiring Life Skills, Prevention of Addictions and Substance Abuse, Prevention of Sexually Transmitted Diseases, General Hygiene and Health, Psychosocial issues etc., UHC also has taken up the onus of conducting routine health check up of students and staff, especially the food handlers in the canteen. Surveys on vaccination status are routinely conducted and necessary measures undertaken.

GYMNASIUM
The RGNUL Campus has state-of-the-art fitness centre, designed exclusively for the students. The gymnasium provides a great way to remain fit and stay motivated. In addition to the Gymnasium, students have been provided with others sports facilities also that include Football, Table Tennis and Badminton.

GAMES and SPORTS
RGNUL students have been provided with others sports facilities also that include Football, Table Tennis and Badminton.

NEW CAMPUS
DEVELOPMENT STATUS OF NEW CAMPUS OF RAJIV GANDHI NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF LAW, PUNJAB

Site: New campus of RGNUL is coming up in a land measuring appx; 47.30 acres. Proposed campus is being developed as Green University, for this rain harvesting, construction of sewage treatment plant (STP), plantation of trees and installation of solar systems are being taken into account.

Campus boundary wall: Work of campus boundary wall stands completed. Campus will be having two entry gates; one gate has also been constructed. Work of construction of main gate and finishing of front wall is being taken in hand soon.

Construction of internal roads: - Work for the construction of internal roads is in progress. Foot paths and electric poles etc are also being provided all along the roads.

Hostels for boys and Girls: - As per master plan of the proposed campus six blocks each for boys and girls are to be constructed. As per requirement three blocks each for boys and girls are under construction in phase 1 with separate mess / dining. Covered area of these hostels is 1,99,000 Sq feet (1,08,500 Sq ft for boys and 90,500 Sq ft for girls). One Block of boys hostel has been made functional in August 2010 and about 140 students have been shifted. Other blocks shall be made functional in July 2011. All the rooms have been furnished with box type bed, study table, study chair, books shelves etc. There is a provision of cupboard in each room having sufficient storage capacity, there is also provision for locker in each cupboard for safe custody of valuables i.e. Laptop, wallet, mobile etc. There is a separate provision for basket ball and badminton court for boys and girls hostels.

Dining halls for boys and girls are having capacity for 330 students each. Ultra modern kitchen are being equipped with modern cooking gadgets. Water coolers are being fitted with R.O for drinking and water for cooking is also through R.O system.
Remaining three blocks each for boys and girls hostels shall be constructed in 3rd phase of the construction.

Construction of Residences for Assistant Professor and class IV: - There is a proposal for the construction of following residences in the new campus:
1. 6 nos Professors Residences (Duplex)
2. 12 nos Readers House, (Duplex)
3. 24 nos Assistant Professor (Lecturers) Houses. (G+2)
4. Non-Teaching Staff Houses 32 nos. (G+3)
5. 32 nos Class IV Houses. (G+3)
6. Registrars Residence
7. Vice Chancellors Residence

Work for the construction of 12 Nos residences for Assistant Professor (Lecturers) and 16 Nos residences for class IV is under progress. Work is expected to be completed in July/2011.

Construction of Administrative / Academic Block: - As per drawings evolved by the consultant architect, there is a one block housing Administrative block in the front and Academic block at the rear. As work of construction of hostel blocks is in advance stage of completion. Students will be shifted to the new hostels in July 2011. Keeping in view immediate requirement, work of Academic block has been taken in hand. Academic block under construction is having 12 nos class rooms, 06 nos lecture halls, 02 nos, computer labs, Moot court, conference hall, Canteen and stationery shop etc. Work is under progress and is expected to be completed in Mid 2012.

Tender for the construction of Administrative block has also been invited. Work will be taken in hand shortly.

Guest House: - There is a provision for V.I.P. Guest Houses and Faculty Guest Houses in the new campus. Construction work of these buildings shall be taken up in the near future. However for the time being fully furnished guest house is available in the present RGNUL campus at Mohindra Kothi, The Mall, Patiala. This guest house is having two A.Cs rooms with drawing room, kitchen etc

Boring and installation of Tube well: - Tube has been got bored from Punjab PWD Public Health department, having all the machinery and experience in this field. Depth of the tube well is about 200 Mtr. Water has been got tested from the Govt. approved laboratory and is found to be fit for drinking.

Over Head Service Reservoir (OHSR):- OHSR, having storage capacity of 2 lac liter of water has also been commissioned for water supply in the campus.

Construction of Sewage Treatment Plant (STP):- STP having capacity of 200 KLD has also been made functional in the campus. Treated waste water is being used for irrigation purposes.

Other infrastructure to be taken up in the campus: - In addition to the above buildings, the campus shall also be having Auditorium, library, Health Centre/Faculty Club, Shopping complex, Stadium, etc, preliminary drawings for these buildings are being prepared by the consultant architect m/s Kothari associated New Delhi. Construction work of these buildings shall also be taken up soon.

Specialization INTERNATIONAL LAW
INTRODUCTION TO SPECIALIZATION OF INTERNATIONAL LAW
In the rapidly progressing and irreversible trend of ongoing globalization, law and its related practice and profession have, undoubtedly, gone international in almost all aspects of human life. From the law of tort to taxation and from contract to criminal law, there hardly is a branch of law which does not have its relevant international aspect. The International Court of Justice has declared that (i) international law prevails over national laws; and (ii) that in its dispute settlement national laws are nothing more than facts. Not only there is a mushrooming of international law firms associations, but also that of international lawyers associations, international bar associations, international arbitration and mediation associations, international law students and young lawyers associations, etc. Besides, the system of the United Nations -- with its numerous principal organs and specialized agencies; innumerable commissions, committees and programmes, etc.; ever increasing number of international courts and tribunals, etc. – offers a great possibility for international legal careers in various fields.
In the given reality of this globalization of law and international career possibilities for Indian youth, the RGNUL has introduced to offer its students the specialization in international law. This specialization – after having familiarizing with the basic concepts and principles of public international law prior to the seventh semester -- aims to provide a rigorous and research based advanced study of those concepts and principles of international law in general and their application to contemporary international issues in particular. Keeping in view (i) the current guidelines of the Bar Council of India; and (ii) the shrinking jurisdictions between national and international law, the scheme of papers during the last four semesters of B.A., LL.B.(HONS) FYIC would run as follows:
* Seventh Semester: (i) Labour and Industrial Law-I; (ii) law of Evidence; (iii) International Organizations; (iv) International Law and Good Governance; (v) Humanitarian and Refugee Law; and (vi) Project Report and Moot Court.
* Eighth Semester: (i) Labour and Industrial Law-II; (ii) Property Laws; (iii) International Labour Organization and Labour Laws; (iv) International Economic Law; (v) International Criminal Law and International Criminal Court; and (vi) Projects Report and Moot Court.
* Ninth Semester: (i) Law of Equity, Trust, Limitation and Registration; (ii) Clinical Legal Education (Alternative Dispute Resolution); (iii) International Environmental Law; (iv) International Human Rights Law; (v) Double Taxation; and (vi) Project Report and Moot Court.
* Tenth Semester: (i) Clinical Legal Education (Drafting, Pleading, Conveyancing and Professional Legal Ethics); (ii) Clinical Legal Education (Public Interest Layering, Legal Aid and Para Legal Services); (iii) International Intellectual Property Law; (iv) Law of the Sea; (v) International Dispute Resolution Bodies; and (vi) Project Report and Moot Court.

With such a package of specialization, combined with the subjects studied in the first six semesters; the student graduating from the RGNUL would not only be perfectly qualified and equipped for any legal career in India -- with added asset of international aspect of any law --but also for many international legal careers, particularly in the system of the United Nations and in the ever increasing international courts and tribunals.


OVERVIEW
Extracurricular activities are an important part of the law school culture and RGNUL is no exception to this. Students at RGNUL, take part in a plethora of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities and events ranging from moot courts to street plays and from client counseling to athletics. Students, who are successful in fierce intra-university competition, are also encouraged to represent the University in various competitions. RGNUL has bagged a number of laurels and acclaims at various national and international level competitions in a short period of time since its establishment which is an enviable achievement for a new and upcoming law school such as RGNUL.
The University has taken several initiatives and organized many national level events with the help of active student participation. Apart from organizing important moot court competitions like Law Asia, Commonwealth and BCI Moots, RGNUL also boasts of its own brand of national level parliamentary debate competition, Agahi and publishes a number of journals and newsletters like RGNUL Law Review, Advocacy, Carpe Diem etc.
The vibrant and energetic culture at RGNUL ensures strong participation of students in almost every sphere of campus issues through the committees comprising of students themselves.

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RGNULs Kshitij Bansal to be Indian Head of State at G20 Youth Summit 2012

Kshitij Bansal, a 4th year student at Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab (RGNUL) has been chosen to be the Indian Head of State at the G20 Youth Summit 2012 (Summit). The Summit shall be held at the George Washington University in Washington D.C. from June 3 to 9, 2012.

The Summit is a youth conference which seeks to bring together young leaders from different nations to facilitate discussions of international affairs, promote cross-cultural understanding, and build global friendships. The theme of this years Summit, currently in its 6th edition, is global transition towards a multilateral and sustainable world.

Speaking to Bar and Bench, Kshitij recounts that he first found out about the Summit at a conference organised by Delhi University. An avid student of international relations, Kshitij realised that the Summit would provide a perfect opportunity to study the manner in which policies are framed on an international scale.

Getting selected, however, was no simple task. All applicants are required to prepare a detailed research paper as well as a vision statement for G20. After this, the shortlisted applicants are interviewed, facing detailed questions based on their research papers and vision statements. By middle of April, Kshitij had found out that he had been selected.

Kshitij will be the Indian Head of State, leading a four-member team from India. Speaking about his decision to apply for the position of Head of State, Kshitij is quick to admit that his strength lies at the macro-level and analysing broad-based areas of international policy making. Hence this was the position which he would be most comfortable with.

Explaining the manner in which the Summit works, Kshitij says that This summit is held parallel to main G20 Summit to involve youth in global policy making; and enjoys the endorsement of French Presidency. The Summit concludes with the release of a final communiqué which is then sent to main G20 Summit as well as respective national governments for an effective action.

Kshitij will be one of the few law students who have made it to the Summit; in previous editions the Indian delegation has primarily constituted of students from the IITs or the IIMs. Last year, the Indian Head of State was an IIT student. Kshitij says that this situation is bound to change over the coming years, since law students are well equipped for such conferences.

Looking ahead to the next few weeks, Kshitij says that there are some interesting times ahead with meetings scheduled with Dr. Alok Sheel (Joint Secretary, Ministry of Finance and Indias Sherpa to G20), the Mexican and US Ambassadors to India, and Dr. Montek Singh Ahluwalia. Kshitij and the other delegates are also working on developing an India-specific agenda. A week later, the hosting nation would announce thefinal agenda based on which each delegate shall prepare a detailed position paper which shall be circulated amongst all the delegates at the Summit.

Kshitij is looking forward to the Summit and all the opportunities present therein. Meeting and interacting with experienced scholars, will, no doubt, expand my horizons.

Law university set for start

After getting over initial hiccups, the Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL), the first of its kind in Punjab, is all set to formally start its first academic session from September 25. The arrangements for the same got an impetus after Dr Gurjeet Singh took over the charge as university’s first regular Vice-Chancellor recently.

Housed in the historical Mohindra Kothi on the Mall Road, the university is not going to produce lawyers in the usual manner like the universities dotting the country have been doing. The RGNUL will run a five-year Bachelor’s degree course in law to produce corporate lawyers. These lawyers would be experts in meeting the challenges posed by the post-WTO regime. They would also be eligible to get foreign fellowships.

In an exclusive interview to The Tribune, Dr Gurjeet Singh, spelled out his plans in connection with the university. He said the main thrust would be on the teaching faculty, practical training, library, research centres and faculty and student exchange programmes to produce lawyers of international standard.

The students and teachers of the university would have frequent interaction with retired and serving judges of the Supreme Court and high courts, leading lawyers of the country and experts in specialised fields to equip them with the latest.

The students would also be involved in moot courts, sent to district courts, the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), the Punjab State Human Rights Commission, non-governmental organisations, corporate law firms and the Delhi High Court for their internship.

A world-class library was being set up on the campus where all types of law books, bare acts, law journals and law reports would be made available to teachers and students. He said orders for different books and journals had already been placed. The students would be provided with the Internet facility in the library. A laboratory having 40 computers with lease line and the Internet facility had already been set up on the campus, he added.

“What we want is that our students should be all-rounders. They should be excellent researchers in law,” he said. He wants that the university became a centre for producing journalists exclusively for reporting proceedings of the Supreme Court and the high courts.

Dr Gurjeet Singh said the university would run research centres on the campus where students would undertake research on different subjects. He said there would be research centres on consumer law, right to information, environmental law, law and ethics for medicines, law of human rights, criminology, penology and victimology.

A close interaction with all leading law schools and university of national and international level would be a feature of the university. He said the university would be signing MoUs with a section of national and international institutes and organisations.

He said the university faculty would pick up the best matter on various legal topic from different books and journals available in the world and compile it in the form of books that would be provided to the students as study material. He said this would ensure the best study material to students in concise form.

The students would be bringing out a newsletter every month and then an annual issue with articles on different legal aspects. A gymnasium was being set up on the campus to make students health conscious so that they could develop a healthy mind.

Dr Gurjeet Singh pointed out that in the next few years, the university would start a distance education programme under which it would run courses on corporate laws, cyber laws, cyber ethics, financial laws and laws and ethics of medicine.

Although the university had been getting adequate grants so far, it would be able to produce excellent results only if provided with funds that had been promised to it by the Punjab Government, he added.

New law varsity to hold entrance test on July 9

The Punjab Government today decided to make the Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law(RGNUL) functional from the current academic year. The entrance test for admission in the university will be held on July 9. The last date for submitting application forms for entrance test will be June 30.

Informed official sources said the result of the test, which would be held in Delhi, Jalandhar and Patiala simultaneously, would be announced within two days after the test. The counselling for admission would be held on July 19 and 20. Classes would start on a temporary campus at the old PWD Headquarters in Patiala.

The PUDA authorities concerned in Patiala had been directed to renovate the temporary campus building by the end of July to enable the authorities concerned to start classes in the first week of August.

Mr Narinderjit Singh, an IAS officer, holding the charge of Secretary, Higher Education, has been officiating as the Vice-Chancellor of the university.However, search is on to for a legal personality to take over as the Vice-Chancellor.The Registrar is also to be appointed in the near future.

For teaching social sciences, the teaching faculty has been taken on deputation from various Government colleges till regular appoints are made. As far as appointments in the law faculty are concerned, the process would be completed before the beginning of the academic session.

The RGNUL will function on the pattern of National Law School, Bangalore, one of the renowned law institution in the country. The need to provide quality education in law has been felt for long by the Union Law Ministry keeping in view the falling standards of law education in most of the universities in the country. The setting up of the RGNUL is a part of that process. It will be the eighth such law institution in the country.

The girls hostel of the State College of Education will be used to accommodate girl students taking admission. The boys hostel of this college will be used for male students. However, a committee under the Chairmanship of the Deputy Commissioner of Patiala has been set up to find a suitable site to built the new campus .

About 30 acres of land will be required for the campus. Rs 2 crore will be released by the state government soon to make the university functional from the current academic year.

On March 17, this year, the Punjab Assembly had passed the Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab, Bill, 2006, to establish an exclusive university to impart legal education in the state. The setting up of the university is to cost Rs 60 crore. The capital cost on the project as well as the maintenance grant will be shared by the Punjab and the Union Government on a 50-50 basis.

There will be provision for distant and continuing legal education in the university. The Chief Justice of India, or his nominee, who will be a senior Judge of the Supreme Court, will be the Visitor of the university. The Visitor, when present, will preside over the convocation of the university and the meetings of the General Council.

The Chief Justice of the Punjab and Haryana High Court will be the Chancellor of the university and, in his absence, the acting Chief Justice of the high court will discharge the functions of the Chancellor.

The General Council will be the supreme authority of the university. Its chairman will be the Chancellor of the university. Among other members, the council will include the Attorney-General of India, the Chairman of the Bar Council of India, the Chief Secretary of Punjab, the Advocate-General of Punjab, the Chairman of the Punjab and Haryana Bar Council, the Legal Remembrance of Punjab.

About Us

Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL), Punjab was established at Patiala in the year 2006 by the State Legislature by passing the Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab, Act, 2006. The University is registered with the University Grants Commission, New Delhi, under Section 2(f) of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956. It has the approval of the Bar Council of India for imparting professional legal education.

The University offers B.A.,LL.B.(Hons.) Five Years Integrated Course divided into Ten Semesters (i.e., Two Semesters in One Academic Year). English, Economics, History, Political Science and Sociology are taught as the social science components of legal studies. Power Point Presentations are compulsory for each seminar in the respective subject. The University has a well stocked library with more than 20,000 books, journals, e-journals, periodicals, etc. etc. The University has two advanced computer labs. Internet facility is provided through leased line and the entire campus is Wi-Fi enabled. Students are encouraged to have their own lap tops. The university has a well furnished Moot Court Hall, Conference Hall, Lecture Rooms and Class Rooms equipped with modern teaching aids and equipments.

RGNUL is presently located at its headquarters the Mohindra Kothi, one of the heritage buildings of the erstwhile Patiala State. Its permanent campus shall soon come up in an area of 50 acre on Patiala-Bhadson Road, about 8 kms from Patiala city. As RGNUL is an upcoming National Law University, significant endeavour is made to evolve a pragmatic and participative learning environment promoting creative teaching of the international standards. Our aim is to provide students with holistic academic and professional environment conducive to grooming prospective professionals in the field of law. The teaching methodology entails both intensive and extensive class room teaching and participative learning. The students are confronted with the real life problems and are trained to acquire analytical and logical skills. Therefore, teaching schedule includes lectures, discussions, case studies, daily seminars and project works, ensuring student participation. The University follows the semester system where social science subjects are taught along with law for the first two years to initiate students towards an interdisciplinary approach to legal education. Internship of the University has been divided into two stages through the Initial and the Advanced Internship Programmes.

RGNUL is an autonomous body, governed by its own Statutory Councils. The University has a democratic administrative system and the faculty has an effective participation in the formulation and implementation of the University policies and programmes. We are sure that the coming batch will enjoy the invigorating environment of this University during their stay with us for the next five years.

Introduction

Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL), Patiala was established in year 2006 by Punjab Government (Punjab Act No. 12 of 2006) as a public university. The 1st vice-chancellor is Dr. Gurjit Singh. The establishment of RGNUL has fulfilled a dream of having a centre of excellence in legal education in Punjab.

Currently, University is functioning from its transit campus at Mahendra Kothi, Patiala. The process of acquiring land for the university is underway. Soon, the university will shift to its permanent location at village Sidhuwal[1] on Bhadson road, Patiala.

The university is affiliated to UGC and approved by Bar Council of India.

The Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL) Punjab, was established under the Punjab Act No. 12 of 2006 and is registered with University Grants Commission (UGC), New Delhi. It is a fully residential University established for the development and advancement of legal education. In order to meet the challenges of globalisation and liberalisation a Centre for Excellence in legal education, RGNUL was established at Patiala in 2006.

The University aims to serve the society through reforms in legal services through professional competent lawyers, inquisitive researchers, able administrators, conscientious judicial officers in order to bring about socially responsible citizens. It aims to impart comprehensive legal education including distant and continuing legal education at all levels to achieve excellence. The rigorous teaching methodology has an objective to promote cultural, legal and ethical values enshrined in the Constitution of India.

By organizing lectures, seminars, symposia, workshops and conferences the Institute disseminates legal knowledge and legal processes hence playing a vital role in national development. The University publishes periodicals, treatises, study books, reports, journals and other literature on all subjects relating to law.

Campus

Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (Main Campus)
With in a short span of its establioshment the University has established a well-resourced Library developed by a team of qualified professional Library staff. The entire ground floor of the Academic block of the University has been dedicated for the Library has ben divided into four major sections, the Reference Section, the Periodical Section, the General Section and the Technical Section.

RGNUL Campus has a state-of-the-art computer and internet centre. These Computers have latest configuration with LAN connectivity for Computer and Internet Centre, Faculty Members and Offices. Hostel accommodation at present has been arranged for both boys and girls at Government College of Education, Patiala at a distance of about 2 Kms from the campus.

Medical, banking and transport facilities are provided by the Institute. The RGNUL Campus has a fitness centre, designed exclusively for the students. The gymnasium provides a great way to get fit and stay motivated.

Admission

Admission to the BA LLB (Hons.) course is based on an All India Entrance Test conducted each year.

The admission test is normally held on the 4th Sunday of May. The exact date will be released through the official admission notification. The level of questioning of the admission test is 10+2. The test will consist of questions covering English, Analytical reasoning, verbal reasoning, legal reasoning, legal aptitude and general knowledge.

Course Structure

The institute was set up in 2006 by an act of the Punjab Legislature. It offers both undergraduate and postgraduate law degrees. RGNUL is situated at Patiala in the state of Punjab, India.

The University has developed the entire Course Curriculum keeping in view the various developments taking place in the legal world. While drafting the Course Curriculum for the undergraduate classes, the emphasis has been to provide comprehensive instructions to the students. The total number of seats available for this course is 80.

Eligibility: An applicant seeking admission to Ph.D. Degree programme must have obtained a Masters Degree in Law from any recognized University with not less then 55% Marks or its equivalent in grade.

Teaching Methodology: RGNUL, stands elevated not only because of its location and ambience, but because of the revolutionary changes that have been introduced in the curriculum, examination pattern, evaluation process and teaching methodology.

The teaching methodology entails both intensive and extensive class room teaching and participative learning. The students are confronted with real life problems and are trained to acquire analytical and logical skills. Therefore, teaching methodology involves lectures, discussions, case studies, daily seminars and project works.

Education coupled with discipline, dedication and diligence are the benchmarks that RGNUL has attained in a very short span of time of less than a year.The University is fast developing and had organised its own Moot court competition this year.

College Infrastructure

The Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab is at present located at its interim location, Mohindra Kothi, The Mall, Patiala. Soon it will have its permanent campus.

Library: The RGNUL came into existence in the month of June 2006. With in a short span, the University has established a well-resourced Library in the Campus.

IT infrastructure:RGNUL Campus has a state-of-the-art computer and internet centre. In order to provide a comprehensive Computer knowledge to the students, the University has set up a fully air conditioned Computer Lab with 30 computers and Internet Leased Line facility.
As a part of future development, the University is planning to have Video-Conferencing facility to facilitate and connect other Law Schools in India and abroad.

Extra-Curriculars and Co-Curriculars
Campus has state-of-the-art fitness centre, designed exclusively for the students. In addition to Gymnasium, the students have been provided others sports facilities which includes Football, Table Tennis and Badminton.

Career Opportunities
Information currently not available.

Hostel Life

Hostel accommodation at present has been arranged for both boys and girls at Government College of Education, Patiala. The Hostels are located at a distance of about 2 Kms from the campus. The University runs its own buses for the conveyance of the hostellers to take them to and from the campus to the hostel.

Courses

* B.A., L.L.B. (Hons.)
* L.L.M.
* M.Phil. in Law
* M.Phil. in Social Sciences with Law
* Ph.D. in Law
* Ph.D. in Social Sciences with Law

Vission, Mission

"Our endeavour is to serve the society through reforms in legal services by way of preparing professionally competent lawyers, inquisitive researchers, able administrators, conscientious judicial officers, and above all, socially responsible citizens, who shall be whole- heartedly and continuously engaged in the process of nation building . . ."

Dr. Gurjeet Singh
Vice-Chancellor
RGNUL

OBJECTIVES
To evolve and impart comprehensive legal education including distant and continuing legal education at all levels to achieve excellence.

To organize advanced studies and promote research in all branches of law.

To disseminate legal knowledge and legal processes and their role in national development by organizing lectures, seminars, symposia, workshops and conferences.

To promote cultural, legal and ethical values with a view to promote and foster the rule of law and the objectives enshrined in the Constitution of India.

To improve the ability with a view to analyse and present for the benefit of the public, contemporary issues of public concern and their implications.

To liaise with the institutions of higher learning and research in India and abroad.

To hold examinations and confer degrees and other academic distinctions.

To promote legal awareness in the community for achieving social and economic justice.

To undertake study and training projects relating to law, legislation and judicial justice.

To do all such things as are incidental, necessary or conducive to the attainment of all or any of the objectives of the University.







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