Library

library
Our library is heart & soul of knowledge, exist 17,000 books and 36 Journals. Law reports current legal periodicals and a rare collections of statistical material. Library room equipped with AC ,Photocopy facilities is available within the premises.

Some of the Journals are a follows :

 

  1. S.C.C. - 1969 to 2007

  2. MP Jila Gazetteer - 1 to 27

  3. ALL India reporter manual vol. - 1to22,1to45

  4. S. All India Cr.Law manual - 1 , 2 ,4 , 5, 6, 7, 9, 11

  5. Consumer protection judgement - 1991 to2009

  6. JLJ - 1985 to 2007

  7. MPLJ - 1983 to 2007

  8. MPLTimes - 1975 to 2006

  9. M.P.Revenue Nirnaya - 1991 to 2006

  10. M.P. High court today - 2000 to 2007

  11. M P Local acts - 1 to 16

  12. Dishonour of cheque reporter - 1998 to 2000

  13. All India Reporter - 1924 to 2011

  14. Indian factory & labour reporter - 1968 to 2011

  15. Banking Cases - 1990 to 2009

  16. National Commission - 1996 to 2000

  17. Supreme Court today - 1998 to 2002

  18. Divorce & Mat. Cases - 1981 to 2009

  19. Accident & Compensation cases - 1984 to 2009

  20. MPJR - 1988 to 2006

  21. MPRCJ - 1978 to 1984

  22. S.C. Appeal Reporter civil - 1996 to 2004

  23. S.C.A.R. Criminal - 1998 to 2006

  24. Civil law times - 1996 to 2009

25. High court nirnaya patrika - 1968 to 1986

26. S.C.N. Patrika - 1968 to 1987

27. Bar Council of India - 1 to 12

28. Nagpur Law Journal - 1954 to 1956

29. Mercantile Law Reporter - 1969 to 1970

30. Tax Parichaya - 1977 to 1980

31. Halsbury Law of England - 1 to 43

32. M.P.Accomodation Judgment - 18

33. Current Criminal Reporters - 1992 to 2009

34. MP Weekly Notes - 1996 to 2006

35. SCC Full text on CD Rom - 1960 to 2006

36. Transport Accident Cases - 1990 to 2008

37. Crime - 2008 to 2009

38. Supreme Court yearly digest - 1996 to 2006

38. Supreme Court ( Civil Law) - 5 Vol.

A range of on line access like lexis – nexis manupratra and other legal research based software such as S.C.C. online are also available in our library.

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Our pedagogy is attempting a balanced mix of classroom, learning and shape the right set of attitudes, skill, knowledge & vision. In specific farms we are working towards incorporating following features: -
1.Compulsory attendance & continuous assessment.
2.Individual need of student.
3.Development of personal qualities like a sense of responsibility, initiative & the ability to manage practice in court.
4.Group learning in moot court.
5.Hands on-experience via learning by doing & learning through court visits.