Smt. Kamlaben Gambhirchand Shah Law School

Objective

  • Deliver education to meet students’ expectations
  • Develop knowledge  creation  environment  through  training.
  • Facilitate  effective  interactions  among  faculty  and  students
  • Promote  high  standards  of  professional  ethics  and  accountability among  all
  • Develop  industry  focused  professionals  with  broad  outlook f or the corporate  sphere

Program Information

  • Profile

     

    Affiliation Affiliated to SNDT Women’s University, Mumbai
    Recognition Recognized by the Bar Council of India, New Delhi.
    Established 2009
    Principal Mr. T. M. Jethani - Mobile No.9869370430
    Address 6th & 7th floor Annexe,
    Smt. Parmeshwari Devi Gordhandas Garodia Educational Complex, 
    (Near Aurora Cinema)
    338, R.A. Kidwai Road,
    Matunga, Mumbai – 400 019
    Telephone 022 – 24095792 /24024584
    Email 322.kgshahlawschool@gmail.com

     

  • COURSES OFFERED

    • B.B.A. L.L.B. (5 years) after Std.XII
    • L.L.B. (3 years) after Graduation (Any stream)

    Seat Available per Course : 60

  • UNIQUE FEATURES

    • Seva Mandal Education Society (SMES) is at the forefront in the field of education for the past five decades. Our Institute has both the Three Year L.L.B. Degree, and the Five Year B.B.A. L.L.B. programs.
    • In the academic year 2009-10, SMES started the Law School with just four girl students. The five year B.B.A. L.L.B. program is a Degree in Business Administration along with the Bachelor of Law Degree. Congratulations to our first batch of students who have successfully passed the program!
    • The L.L.B. program was commenced in the Academic Year 2012-13.
    • Students and teachers have a good rapport and the college is doing well. The Management is making every endeavour to fulfil the aspirations of student by giving Financial Aid to needy students.
    • The girls are encouraged to take part in Moot Court Competitions at State and National Levels. In the academic year 2014-15, our students participated in 7 Moot Court competitions held in various parts of the country and bagged two awards. They also participated in Legal Seminars, Workshops & Guest lectures.
    • To encourage the Environmental Awareness Programme, students organized a Bio-Diversity Conservation. Exhibition (Paryavaran 2014-2015) which was sponsored by Ministry of Environment & Forest (MOEF) – New Delhi.
  • ACTIVITY REPORT

    PAPER PRESENTATIONS

    Mr. Rajesh Kardak, presented a paper on “Economic Development and National Calamities – Case Studies” at Guru Nanak College on 24th September 2016 .

    Ms. Basanti Negi presented a paper on “Need of sustainable development” at Sinhagad Law College Pune on 24th September 2016.

    Prof. Anurag Aher presented a paper on “Conflicts of Personal Laws in India” at a National Level Seminar in Wilfred COLLEGE, Panvel.

    Mr. T. M. Jethani attended the All India Teachers Congress at Pune from 23rd to 25th September’16 and presented a paper on “Constitutional & Statutory Framework.” 

    Guest lectures /important days

    Guest lectures were organized on various occasions. 

    On 8th July, ’16, World Environment Day was celebrated and the Guest of Honour for the Day was Advocate (Mrs.) Sadhana Mahashabde.  She presented a power-point presentation on the Stockholm Conference and talked about the importance of Mother Earth. 

    On 8th October 2016, we organized a lecture on Cyber Crime.  Mr. Shailesh Jaria and Mr. Vinith Jain of CYBER ROCK Guest Lecturers, shared valuable information regarding various kinds of cyber crimes  and created awareness among the students about what preventive measures are to be taken to avoid victimization .

    On 15th October, 2016   A guest lecture was organized to mark the 85th Birth Anniversary of Dr. APJ Abdual Kalam. The Librarian of MMP Shah College, Ms. Ashwini Prabhu was the Chief Guest who delivered a lecture on Reading habits and how to improve reading. Prof. Rajesh Kardak presented a Book Review on “WINGS OF FIRE” and Ms. Priyanka Bhalla presented a Book Review on “IGNITED MINDS” by Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam.

    On Yoga Day – 25th June 2016, Mrs. Vandana Saha performed various asanas, kriyas and showed the students how to perform Prayanama,  Halasan, Shirshasan.  She spoke about a good diet and also explained the benefits of yoga, if these were performed regularly for they included Mind-Body Techniques. The asanas could help with strengthening the mind, to remember better and write well for the exams.

    As usual, on 2nd October 2016, Gandhi Jayanti was celebrated with gusto by our Law School. Students from Smt. M M P Shah College of Arts and Commerce joined us and sang devotional songs to honour Gandhiji and our Law students also sung some bhajans.  Around 150 students gathered for this function.  Mr. Hoobnath Pande, Mr. Anirudh Pande and Dr. R. D. Prasad were the Guest invitees.  Ms. Pooja Arsud spoke about the life of the Mahatma in Marathi

    Next, we celebrated Constitutional Day on 26th November 2016. The noted scholar, Prof. Dr. Suresh Mane delivered a memorable lecture to the Law students.  Baba Ambedkar was a visionary.  Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles of State were explained to the girls.  Dr. (Mrs.) Shilpa Charankar, Principal of Dr. BMN College of Home Science, was the Guest of Honour.

    On 10th December 2016, we celebrated Human Rights Day

    On 22nd September, Mrs. Anurag Aher, Mr. Darshan Ingole and Ms. Basanti Negi took the S.Y. and T.Y. BBA LL.B. students for a visit to David Sasson Remand Home

    On  8th December, ‘16  Mr. Rajesh Kardak & Mr. Satyawan Bagwe took the F.Y. & S.Y. BBA LL.B. students to the Bombay High Court Museum and briefed the girls on the History of Courts before independence.  Adv. Jaykar welcomed our students and explained the functioning of Courts during the British era.  History of Courts is a Topic dealt with by the S.Y. BBA LL.B. students.

    Asst. Professors Rajesh Kardak & Bagwe, accompanied 9 students of F Y BBA LL.B. and 14 students of T. Y. BBA LL.B.  to the National Green Tribunal (Environmental Court) on 23rd December 2016.  Environmental litigations are handled by the National Green Tribunal at Pune.

    DEBATES/SEMINARS/MOOT COURT COMPETITIONS

    2 students from BBA LL.B. participated in a Debate competition on Common Civil Law at DES Shri Navatmal  Firodia Law College, Pune.

    A Seminar on the Consumer Protection Act was organized by New Law College, Ahmadnagar from 15th to 17th September 2016 which was attended by our students.

    3 T.Y. BBA LL.B. students participated in the 16th Henry Durant Memorial Moot Court Competition at Delhi

    2 students participated in 12th Client counseling competition at K. C. Law College, Churchgate.

    3 students from F. Y. LL.B. took part in a Two Day State level Seminar on “Challenges before Social Boycott Act 2016” at HRSPM’s Law College, Rajgurunagar on 6th & 7th January 2017

    3 students participated in the National Moot Court Competition held by Amity University, Mumbai on 2nd & 3rd February 2017

    On 11 & 12th Feb,2017, 3 students participated in the National Level Law Fest at G.J. Advani Law College on ‘Demonetization’

     

    2nd NATIONAL MOOT COURT COMPETITION 2017

    Our Principal, Staff and students of whom 50 were volunteers, were happy to host the 2nd National Moot Court Competition on 18th and 19th February 2017 when 18 Law colleges from Maharashtra and outside competed.  Mr. Abhinandan B. Vagyani, Govt. Pleader, A.S. (Writ Cell) Bombay High Court, was the Chief Guest at the Inaugural function.  He gave the participants an inspiring speech. The preliminary 18 rounds were judged by Advocates Arun Gaikwad, Prosper D’Souza, Manoj Dalvi & Dr. Sadhana Mahashabde.  Advocate Nadirshaw Dhondy and Shri   Chivukula Harnath  (Reliance Group) were the judges for the semi-Final rounds on 19th morning.  They mentioned that the arguments were of a high standard and that all 4 semi finalist Teams were excellent.  On 19th, Dr. Mrs. Shalini Phansalkar-Joshi, Bombay High Court judge adjudged Symbiosis Law School as the Best Team and Mr. Shivraj Patne of New Law College as Best Mooter.  New Law College Team was also the Runners Up. In her valedictory speech, Justice Phansalkar-Joshi congratulated our Institute for hosting a well arranged competition and said that there was something special about this all girls Law School.

     

    SPORTS

    Ms. Sakshi Sharma (TY BBA LL.B.) participated in the Sports competition at Loni Campus and won the 3rd prize in Taekwondo.  Ms. Sonam Shekawat (SY BBA LL.B.) and Ms. Pranali Bole (SY BBA LL.B.) also participated in the events.

    Ms. Sakshi Sharma took part in the Sports competitions at Kolhapur and won the 2nd prize in Judo.

  • ELIGIBILITY / ADMISSION CRITERIA

    Eligibility

    First Year BBA LL.B.

    Rules prescribed by the Bar Council of India shall apply.   A candidate should pass with a minimum of 45% marks with the following subjects :

    -      English

    -      Any one of the modern Indian languages or modern foreign or any classical languages                -      Any four subjects carrying 100 marks

            OR

    -      Any other   examination   recognized as equivalent thereto, by the SNDT Women's University

    1.    A candidate who passes her Std.XII  (any stream) and secures the Higher Secondary School Certificate conducted by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education or any other recognized Board with a minimum of 45% marks as prescribed by the Bar Council of India, is eligible for admission to the First Year of the program.
    2. The above requirement as to percentage of marks shall be relaxed by 5% for a candidate belonging to a Scheduled Caste or Scheduled Tribe. 
    3. In addition, a candidate obtaining the minimum score prescribed at the CET Law exams, will be eligible for the Law program.
    4. The candidate shall also fill in the college admission form and submit the same, duly signed with all the relevant documents.
    5. Read   the   prospectus   and   fill in the college application form carefully.
    6.  Admission will be on merit basis.  The reservation policy of the government will be followed.
    7. Originals + two copies of the following documents to be submitted with the application form: 
      1. Apply online on www.sndt.digitaluniversity.ac  and bring prints of the online application form
      2. Std X and Std. XII Marksheets or Passing Certificates
      3. Leaving Certificate
      4. Two recent passport size photographs, one affixed on the Application Form
      5. Migration Certificate, Eligibility Certificate (for a student of another State -Board or University)
      6. Caste Certificate (in case the student belongs to reserved category)
    8.    Full fees payment is to be made by way of Demand Draft drawn in favour of  ‘Smt. Kamlaben Gambhirchand Shah Law School’. 
    9.    In case a candidate withdraws her admission/drops out of the program midway through the course, the refund rules shall apply.  If a student had not paid her full fees for whatsoever reason, she will have to pay the balance amount  before clearance is given to her and documents returned.
    10.    If for any reason, the candidate does not possess the required minimum qualifications, the admission will stand cancelled, even if the fees are paid.
    11.    If the particulars furnished in the form are found incorrect; admission may be cancelled without refund of fees.
    12.    The admission is valid for both first and second semesters.
    13.    The Law Degree program is a self–financing; professional program. Before seeking admission, the candidate shall declare her bonafide intention to complete the program in our Institute.
    14.    The candidate shall ensure that her respective qualifying examination is recognized by the University and that she has got duly enrolled to the University by completing the necessary enrolment/ eligibility formalities.
    15.     All admissions are provisional until all necessary certificates are submitted and PRN received from the University. If PRN is not allotted by the University for any reason whatsoever, the College will not be responsible/held liable and the admission given to the candidate provisionally, shall be cancelled.

     

    S.Y. BBA LL.B.

    A student should have passed First Year from this University in the subjects prescribed by the syllabus or she has to pass with admissible ATKT to secure admission in the Second Year. 

    A student from another College should have clearly passed the First Year in the same subjects as per SNDT Syllabus, to secure admission in the Second Year.

     

    Third/Fourth Year & Fifth Year BBA LL.B.

    A student from this University should have cleared all their previous Semesters or should have passed with admissible ATKT for admission to the next level

  • SYLLABUS - 5 YEARS BBA LL.B.

    Scheme Of Papers

    The Five year B.B.A. LL.B.  Program will follow the Semester pattern.

    Arrangement of Subject:

    SEMESTER – I (1st Year)

    1

    1001

     English & Legal English

    2

    1002

     History & Logic

    3

    1003

     Principles of Management

    4

    1004

    Economics Environment of Business

    5

    1201

    Practical Training - A

     

     

     

    SEMESTER – II (1st Year)

    1

    2001

    Political Science

    2

    2002

    Techniques of Communication, Interviewing & Counselling

    3

    2003

    Marketing Management

    4

    2004

    Financial Management & Accounting

    5

    2201

    Practical Training 'B'

         

    SEMESTER – III (2nd Year)

    1

    3001

    Sociology & Business Sociology

    2

    3002

    History of Courts, Legislation and Legal Profession

    3

    3003

    Corporate Management & Governance

    4

    3004

    Legal Method

    5

    3201

    Practical Training 'C'

     

     

     

    SEMESTER – IV (2nd Year)

    1

    4001

    International Politics & International Trade

    2

    4002

    Advocacy Skill

    3

    4003

    Information Technology Fundamentals

    4

    4004

    Human Resources Management

    5

    4201

    Practical Training 'D'

         

    SEMESTER – V (3rd Year)

    1

    5001

    Introduction to Law and Legal Language

    2

    5002

    Contract Law I

    3

    5003

    Constitutional Law

    4

    5004

    Indian Penal Code and Domestic Violence

    5

    5201

    Practical Training 'A'

     

     

     

    SEMESTER – VI (3rd  Year)    

    1

    6001

    Contract Law II

    2

    6002

    Law of Torts and Consumer Protection Act

    3

    6003

    Labour & Industrial Law

    4

    6044

    Criminology and Penology 

    5

    6201

    Practical Training paper (as per BCI guidelines)

     

       

    SEMESTER – VII (4th Year)

    1

    7001

    Environmental Law

    2

    7002

    Family Laws – I

    3

    7003

    Company Law

    4

    7004

    Law relating to Transfer of Property and Easement

    5

    7201

    Practical Training 'B'

     

     

     

    SEMESTER – VIII (4th Year)

    1

    8001

    Administrative Law

    2

    8002

    Family Laws - II

    3

    8003

    Land Laws

    4    

    8044

    Women & Law

    5

    8100

    Practical Training paper (as per BCI guidelines)

         
         

    SEMESTER – IX (5th Year)

    1

    9001

    Alternative Dispute Resolution

    2

    9002

    Criminal   Procedure   Code  and  Juvenile Justice

    3

    9003

    Law of Evidence

    4

    9004

    Public International Law & Human Rights

    5

    9201

    Practical Training 'C'

     

     

     

    SEMESTER – X (5th Year)

    1

    0101

    Interpretation of Statutes

    2

    0102

    Code of Civil Procedure and Limitation Act

    3

    0103

    Jurisprudence

    4

    0114

    Intellectual Property Law 

    5

    0199

    Practical Training Paper - III (As per B.C.I. guidelines)

  • ELIGIBILITY / ADMISSION CRITERIA

    Admission & Eligibility - 3 YEAR LL.B.

    1. A candidate, who passes her Degree from any stream of a recognized University with a minimum of 45% marks as prescribed by the Bar Council of India, is eligible for admission to the First Year of the course.
    2. The above requirement as to percentage of marks shall be relaxed by 5% for a candidate belonging to a Scheduled Caste or Scheduled Tribe.
    3. In addition, a candidate obtaining the minimum score prescribed at the CET Law exams will be eligible for the Law program.
    4. The candidate shall also fill in the college admission form and submit the same, duly signed with all the relevant documents.
    5. Read   the   prospectus  and   fill in the college application form carefully.  Admission will be on merit basis.  The reservation policy of the government will be followed.
    6. Originals + two copies of  the  following  documents are required to be submitted along with the  application form :
      1. Apply online on www.sndt.digitaluniversity.ac  and bring a print of the online application form.
      2. Std X , Std. XII and each Semester/Annual graduation marksheets
      3. Leaving Certificate 
      4. Two recent passport size photographs, one affixed on the Application Form
      5. Migration Certificate, Eligibility Certificate (for a student of another State Board or University)
      6. Caste Certificate (in case the student belongs to reserved category)
    7. Full fees payment is to be made in the form of Demand Draft drawn in favour of  ‘Smt. Kamlaben Gambhirchand Shah Law School’. 
    8. If for any reason the candidate does not possess the required minimum qualifications, the admission will stand cancelled even if the fees are paid.
    9.  If the particulars furnished in the form are found incorrect, the admission may be cancelled without refund of fees.
    10.   The admission is valid for both first and second semesters.
    11. The Law Degree program is a self– financing; professional program. Before obtaining admission, the candidate shall declare her bonafide intention to complete the program in our Institute.
    12.  The candidate shall ensure that her respective qualifying examination is recognized by the University and she has got duly enrolled in the University by completing Eligibility and online Enrolment formalities of the University.
    13. All admissions are provisional, until all necessary certificates are submitted and PRN received from the University. If PRN is not allotted by the University for any reason whatsoever, the College will not be responsible/held liable and the admission given to the candidate provisionally, shall be cancelled.

     

  • SYLLABUS - 3 YEAR LL.B.

    SEMESTER – I (1st Year)

    1

    1001

    Introduction to Law and Legal Language

    2

    1002

    Contract Law I

    3

    1003

    Constitutional Law

    4

    1004

    Indian Penal Code and Domestic Violence

    5

    1201

    Practical Training 'A'

     

     

     

    SEMESTER – II (1st Year)

    1

    2001

    Contract Law II

    2

    2002

    Law of Torts and Consumer Protection Act

    3

    2003

    Labour & Industrial Law

    4

    2044

    Criminology and Penology 

    5

    2201

    Practical Training paper (as per BCI guidelines)

     

       

    SEMESTER – III (2nd  Year)

    1

    3001

    Environmental Law

    2

    3002

    Family Laws – I

    3

    3003

    Company Law

    4

    3004

    Law relating to Transfer of Property and Easement

    5

    3201

    Practical Training 'B'

    SEMESTER – IV (2nd  Year)

    1

    4001

    Administrative Law

    2

    4002

    Family Laws - II

    3

    4003

    Land Laws

    4.  

    4034

    Women & Law

    5

    4201

    Practical Training paper (as per BCI guidelines)

         

    SEMESTER – V (3rd Year)

    1

    5001

    Alternative Dispute Resolution

    2

    5002

    Criminal   Procedure   Code  and  Juvenile Justice

    3

    5003

    Law of Evidence

    4

    5004

    Public International Law & Human Rights

    5

    5201

    Practical Training 'C'

     

     

     

    SEMESTER – VI (3rd Year)

    1

    6001

    Interpretation of Statutes

    2

    6002

    Code of Civil Procedure and Limitation Act

    3

    6003

    Jurisprudence

    4

    6014

    Intellectual Property Law 

    5

     ?

    Practical Training Paper - III (As per B.C.I. guidelines)

  • FEE DETAILS - LL.B.

     

    FEE SCHEDULE FOR  LLB    -  2016  - 2017
             
    S.No. Description of Fees  UNDAIDED/ SELF FINANCE UNAIDED
    1ST YEAR 2ND YEAR 3RD YEAR
    College Fee      
    1 Admission Fee 530.00 530.00 530.00
    2 Tuition Fee 13750.00 13750.00 13750.00
    3 Gymkhana Fee 500.00 500.00 500.00
    4 Development Fee 500.00 500.00 500.00
    5 Library Fee 1000.00 1000.00 1000.00
    6 Library Deposit  1500.00 0.00 0.00
    7 Caution Deposit  100.00 0.00 0.00
    8 Medical Fee 35.00 35.00 35.00
    9 Students Diary Fee 50.00 50.00 50.00
    10 Identity Card Fee 50.00 50.00 50.00
    11 Co-curricular Activities Fee 500.00 500.00 500.00
    12 Moot Court Fee 500.00 500.00 500.00
    13 Computer Fee 275.00 275.00 275.00
    14 College Magazine Fee 125.00 125.00 125.00
    15 Exam. Fee 1360.00 0.00 0.00
    16 Insurance Fee 20.00 20.00 20.00
      College Fee Total 20795.00 17835.00 17835.00
    University Fee      
    17 University Diary  Fee 50.00 50.00 50.00
    18 Disaster Management Fee 10.00 10.00 10.00
    19 Students Welfare & Students  Council Fee 75.00 75.00 75.00
    20 Sports Fee 100.00 100.00 100.00
    21 Eligibility Fee as applicable ( Not for SNDT ) 250.00 0.00 0.00
    22 Enrollment Fee  as applicable 250.00 0.00 0.00
    23 University Examination Fee 240.00 1600.00 1600.00
    24 Practical Examination Fee 700.00 700.00 700.00
    25 Pass Certificate Fee 0.00 0.00 150.00
    26 Convocation Fee 0.00 0.00 375.00
    27 Ashwamedha & Avishkar Fee 30.00 30.00 30.00
    28 E-Suvidha Fee 50.00 50.00 50.00
    29 Alumni Fee 0.00 0.00 100.00
    30 Lib. Data Base Fee 100.00 100.00 100.00
      University Fee Total 1855.00 2715.00 3340.00
      Grand Total 22650.00 20550.00 21175.00
             
             
  • FEE DETAILS - BBA LL.B.

    FEE SCHEDULE FOR BBA LLB    -  2016 - 2017
                 
    S.No. Description of Fees UNAIDED/SELF FINANCE INSTITUTION
    1ST YEAR 2ND YEAR 3RD YEAR 4TH YEAR 5TH YEAR
    College Fee          
    1 Admission Fee 530.00 530.00 530.00 530.00 530.00
    2 Tuition Fee 13750.00 13750.00 13750.00 13750.00 13750.00
    3 Gymkhana Fee 500.00 500.00 500.00 500.00 500.00
    4 Development Fee 500.00 500.00 500.00 500.00 500.00
    5 Library Fee 1000.00 1000.00 1000.00 1000.00 1000.00
    6 Library Deposit  1500.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
    7 Caution Deposit Fee 100.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
    8 Medical Fee 35.00 35.00 35.00 35.00 35.00
    9 Student Diary Fee 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00
    10 Identity Card Fee 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00
    11 Co-curricular Activities Fee 500.00 500.00 500.00 500.00 500.00
    12 Moot Court Fee 500.00 500.00 500.00 500.00 500.00
    13 College Magazine Fee 125.00 125.00 125.00 125.00 125.00
    14 Insurance Fee 20.00 20.00 20.00 20.00 20.00
    15 Exam Fee 892.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
    16 Computer  Fee 275.00 275.00 275.00 275.00 275.00
      College Fee Total 20327.00 17835.00 17835.00 17835.00 17835.00
    University Fee          
    17 University Diary  Fee 50 50 50 50 50
    18 Disaster Management Fee 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00
    19 Students Welfare & Students  Council Fee 75.00 75.00 75.00 75.00 75.00
    20 University Examination Fee 158.00 1050.00 1050.00 1050.00 1050.00
    21 Practical Examination Fee 700.00 700.00 700.00 700.00 700.00
    22 Eligibility Fee ( Rs.250/- if applicable ) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
    23 Enrollment Fee 250.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
    24 E-Suvidha Fee 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00
    25 Lib. Data Base Fee 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00
    26 Sports Fee 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00
    27 Ashwamedha & Avishkar Fee 30.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 30.00
    28 Pass Certificate Fee 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 150.00
    29 Alumni Fee 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 100.00
    30 Convocation Fee 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 375.00
      University Fee Total 1523.00 2165.00 2165.00 2165.00 2790.00
      Grand Total 21850.00 20000.00 20000.00 20000.00 20625.00