DR. BAPUJI SALUNKHE BIRTH CENTENARY YEAR – 2018

ADMISSION PROCESS

Every year wide publicity for admissions into law courses is given by the college through publishing prospectus of Under Graduate and Post Graduate courses in law. It includes the detailed information regarding eligibility criterion, admission procedure, and documents necessary for the admission, course structures, examination system, facilities, scholarships, awards, fee structure and important instructions. In addition to issuance of Prospectus, the college has developed its website.

The address of website is http//www.lawosmanabad.org.

The website contains all the information given in the Prospectus. This website facilitates access to prospective students from India and abroad. The admission notifications are published in local and regional newspapers. In addition, the other means of publicity are adopted as per the requirements such as educational fairs, ads on local T.V. channels, local radio announcements and individual counseling. Attractive flex-boards, giving details of admission process and names of contact persons of the concerned courses, are also displayed at key-places on the campus. Moreover Alumni actively help the prospective students in giving information about college and

Admission process.

The institution conducts the admission procedure as per the university norms as well as prepares a merit list & the rules regarding admission are mentioned in prospectus. It is important to note that all the admissions in our College are strictly granted subject to the fulfillment of eligibility conditions laid down by the Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad in consonance with The Bar Council of India. In addition to the above, to understanding the profile of the new students, we generally follow the method of interaction with the students by the panel of teachers before the admission. Ours is the only Law College in District / City level. Following is the comparative table of cut off percentage for admission at the entry level as per category.

Entry Level % of Marks for Admission
Programmes Open Category SC / ST
Category

Any Other (Specify)
UG & PG Max Min Max Min Max Min
B.S.L. 71% 40% 58% 40% 72% 40%
LL.B. 65% 40% 62% 40% 67% 40%
LL.M. 55% 50% 55%
We have an admission committee to review the admission process & student profile annually. The admission committee contributed to the improvement of the process in the following manner. The college publishes the notification for admission to the law courses mentioning the important dates and procedure of admission in brief. The color flex boards and notice boards at key places are displayed mentioning the detailed procedure of admission,

contact numbers and names of chairpersons and co-ordinators, documents required and place of contact. The class-wise admission committees with the faculty members are formed. In case of any difficulties and queries, students are free to contact the college authorities. It is pertinent to note that we are not accepting any donations for admission. Any eligible student can walk in and submit his application for admission. The admission procedure and eligibility criterion are made known to all prospective students. In the matters of admission we follow all the norms laid down by the Bar Council of India, Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad and Government of Maharashtra. There are no additional rules / regulations or any other conditions to be fulfilled by the students. In this way, we ensure transparency in the admission process. At the beginning of each semester a teachers' meeting is held to make the academic calendar, teaching-learning, evaluation plans and schedules. These are monitored by preparing and circulating detailed academic calendar, preparing teaching plans and timetables for internal tests and practical training activities. The teachers are instructed to take a prescribed number of class tutorials and the home assignments. The teachers are required to prepare the monthly teaching plan for each subject and to maintain the diary specifying the details of the topics taught in the classroom. The teachers evaluate the students by interacting with them.