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College Administration

Rules & Regulations of the College
  • All admissions are provisional.

  • A candidate shall not be entitled to claim admission as a matter of right even if he/she is otherwise eligible. The college reserves the right to refuse admission to any individual without assigning any reason therefor.

  • The candidate is required to produce in original certificates, documents, character certificates, statements of requisite percentage of marks of the qualifying examination at the time of interview/reporting for admission, failing which he/she will not be interviewed/allowed to complete admission formalities.

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

  • Candidates not reporting for admission at the stipulated date and time shall forfeit their chance and the offer of admission shall be given to the candidate next in order of merit. No correspondence in this regard shall be entertained.

  • The College shall not be responsible in any manner for the postal delay, courier delay/destruction of communication in transit.

  • If after enrolment in the college a student does not attend classes without leave application for more than seven days his/her name shall be struck off the college rolls.

  • It shall be the responsibility of all students to take note of all the Notices displayed on the Notice Board for their information and compliance. Failure to read the notices displayed on the Notice Board will not be accepted as an excuse for non-compliance of instructions.

  • Students shall have to abide by the rules and regulations enforced from time to time by the College/University/Bar Council of India.

  • Students shall have to abide by the rules and regulations enforced from time to time by the College/University/Bar Council of India. 10. Rabindra Shiksha Sammillani Law college is strictly a non-smoking zone and consumption of any category of alcohol, tobacco, pan masala, gutkha and drugs etc. is strictly prohibited .Any kind of ragging and sexual harassment are viewed by the management as a serious issue for disciplinary proceedins leading to expulsion from the College. Violation of Code of Conduct would invite suspension. Though the students are permitted to use mobile phones but mobile phones with cameras are strictly prohibited anywhere on the campus. Mobile phones shall not be used in the academic block, administrative block and library.

  • Minimum Attendance required for examination is 70%

  • Besides, all instructions framed and communicated by University of Calcutta shall apply.

Anti Ragging Committee

Institute level anti ragging committee & squad :

Name Designation Phone
Prof. Amarnath Ghosh Chairman 9051645995
Prof Gopal Chakraborty Vice- Chairman 9903688172
Sri. Tapas Bhattacharji Member-Secretary 9434193972
Miss. Deblina Bhattacharya (For Law College) Member 9836094965
Legal Aid Clinic

The purpose of establishing legal aid clinic is to Impart clinical legal education as a part of practical training programme devised by the Bar Council of India and also to imbibe the students to commit to social service to help the weaker section of the community. The clinic when fully developed, may have four specialized division working under the direct supervision of a lawyer and professors associated with the college and would be linked to the state Legal Service Authority. They are

a) Legal services to the poor, advise and Litigative Assistance to individual clients,

b) Law Enforcement Assistance Division

c) Legislative Research Support Cell

d) Public Participation and Education Project.

The clinic is expected to contribute significantly to the development of legal education in West Bengal and Kolkata in particular and make the legal education imparted in the school of law more practical, socially useful, professionally relevant and intellectually challenging.

Students who have served the clinic meritoriously will be awarded with certificates for distinguished service. Final year students are given special credit for services in the clinic as part of practical training. Appropriate projects would be taken up which may be funded and financed by the National/State Legal Service Authority.