Bhart Group of Institutions

Bharat College Of Law

Affiliated to K.U.K Approved by BCI

Bharat College of Law aims to achieve the following objectives:

  • To remain committed to create the centre of excellence by understanding the core of Law discipline.
  • To explore the options for developing the skills of the students with holistic approach.
  • To establish a vigorous atmosphere to produce the human beings to convert the worldwide challenges into opportunities.
  • To promote cause of justice by creating law professionals who understand role of law and legal institutions
  • To generate a pool of deployable/employable law professionals in specialized domains such as Energy Law, Corporate Law, Intellectual Property Law, Cyber law, Taxation Law, International Trade & Investment Law, Criminal Law, Labor Law, Banking, Insurance, Financial Regulations and International Economic Law etc., through structured programs.
  • To provide an ecosystem that promotes development of world-class faculty who will exhibit desirable scholarship of teaching, application and discovery
  • To integrate law with emerging disciplines and evolve as a thought leader in the chosen fields of law by undertaking cutting edge research and advisory activities.
  • To engage with law professionals and be abreast with global knowledge and legal practices.
  • To instill ethics and lifelong learning skills in the students of BCL.

To be a Law School of Global standing that creates specialist legal professionals contributing to the growth and promotion of law and justice.

 

Law Faculty

1. Dr. Anil Kumar
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Principal
B.A.LL.B, LL.M, UGC NET, Ph.D (LAW)
2. DR. JYOTI RANI
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Asstt.Professor
LL.M NET, PH.D
3. DR. SURENDER PARTAP CHITRA
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Asst. Professor
BBA, MBA, M.Com , LL.B, LL.M, P.hd
4. DR. HARPREET KAUR
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Asst. Professor
BA.LL.B, LL.M, Ph.D
5. DR. NAVEEN KUMAR
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Assistant Professor
LL.M Ph.D
6. DR. MUKESH JAKHAR
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Assistant Professor
LL.M Ph.D
7. MS. MONIKA PEHLU
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Asstt.Professor
LL.M, UGC- NET (2009)
8. MS. VIDITA SAINI
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Asstt.Professor
LL.M, UGC- NET (2020)
9. MS. ALKA CHOPRA
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Asstt.Professor
LL.M
10. MS. DIMPAL SHARMA
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Asst. Professor
BA.LLB, LLM
11. MS. SHEETAL SAINI
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Asst. Professor
LL.B, LL.M
12. MR. YASHWANT
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Assistant Professor
B.A.L.L.B, L.L.M, UGC-NET
13. MS. REKHA RANI
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Assistant Professor
LL.M, UGC NET
14. MR. SHUBHAM SAINI
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Assistant Professor
LLB,LLM
15. MS. LOCHAN GUPTA
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Assistant Professor
LLM, UGC NET

Non Law Faculty

1. MR. PARAMJEET SINGH
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Asstt.Professor
M.A History, M.PHIL
2. MR. DURGA DUTT SAINI
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Asstt.Professor
LL.B, M.A (Economics), M.Com
3. Ms. Jigyasa
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Lecturer
M.A. (English)
5. Ms. Anju
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Assistant Professor
M.A. (Political Science), B.Ed.
6. Ms. Renu
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Lecturer
B.Tech (IT)

Bharat College Of Law

Justice imparting system is the foundation of every civilized nation. The Bharat College of Law originally established at babain, Kurukshetra in 2016 in the area of 7.5 acres.

Bharat College of Law is committed to play an important role in the legal system. Stature of this college is as big as its strength. Law graduates from this department are serving all over the country in the lower courts, High Courts and Supreme Court. The faculty of the department consists of Professors, Associate Professors, Assistant Professors, guest faculty and many Research Scholars working on various Research Programmes.

The college has pride guest speakers of the members of subordinate judiciary, civil servants, law officers and members of the legal profession and a large number of legal luminaries and justices.

The college is always in action to create new opportunities for its students. The department focuses on fostering legal research and has a global perspective in legal studies.

Bharat College of Law is situated in its own State of the Art multi stored building with a pleasant and intellectually stimulating ambiance having spacious, airy and well lit lecture halls, seminar hall, actual court like Moot Court hall, well equipped and air conditioned multi lab computer centers, faculty cubical, separate common rooms for boys and girls, library well stocked with books by eminent national and international authors, all important Reports & Journals of Law available in hard copies , soft copy as well as On-Line version as per the BCI Norms.

 The college aims to impart high quality professional education in a vibrant academic ambiance with highly qualified & experienced faculty. It is attracting the not only the Indian students not but also the International students.

The college provides practical training to LL.B. students. One full paper of 6th Semester of LLB and 10th Sem of BALLB includes compulsory participation in Moots along with the court visits. Special lectures by eminent Academicians, Judges and Senior Advocates which are compulsory as a part of curriculum, are delivered for the benefit of LL.B. and LL.M students. Students being admitted in LL.B. & BALLB course have to undergo an internship in every semester. The students of the department are sent to the Supreme Court of India/Parliament as a part of the practical training program. The department has a separate and well furnished Moot Court Hall where every year various Seminars, Presentations and Moot Court Competition take place. As a part of Extra- Curriculum activities, every year department conducts a Blood Donation Camp to encourage the students to donate blood and save Life.

Legal Aid Clinic as well as a Placement Cell are also functioning in the department. The department has a good computerized library with more than 5000 documents and a lot of regularly subscribed Indian and foreign journals with a spacious reading hall.

Dress Code: Black pant and coat, white shirt along with tie/scarf (prescribed) on all formal occasions/functions i.e. moot courts, court visits, presentations, special lectures etc. The girl students have option to wear this dress or white salwar kameez with white dupatta and black coat.

Programs

PROGRAMS

UNDERGRADUATES
1. BALLB (5 years)        2. LLB (3 years)

POSTGRADUATES
LLM (2 years)

BALL.B / BBA LL.B (5 Years)
Semester I
BALL.B (5 Years) BBA LL.B (5 Years)
  • General English -I (Grammar and Usage, vocabulary and writing skills)
  • Political Science – I
  • Sociology – I
  • Application of computer in Law
  • Law of Torts (including Motor Vehicle Act 1988)
  • Law of Contract – I
  • General English -I (Grammar and Usage, vocabulary and writing skills)
  • Principles of Management
  • Business Communication
  • Application of Computer in Law
  • Law of Torts (Incl. Motor Vehicle Act 1988)
  • Law of Contract-I (General Principles)
Semester II
BALL.B (5 Years) BBA LL.B (5 Years)
  • General English -II (Communication Skills, writing skills & introduction to English literature)
  • Political Science – II
  • Sociology – II
  • Legal and Constitutional History
  • Law of Consumer Protection Act and Competition
  • Law of Contract – II
  • Environmental Studies
  • General English -II (Communication Skills, writing skills & introduction to English literature)
  • Business Organization
  • Managerial Economics
  • Law of Contract-II (Special Contracts)
  • Environmental Studies
  • Legal and Constitutional History
  • Law of Consumer Protection and Competition Act,1988)
Semester III
BALL.B (5 Years) BBA LL.B (5 Years)
  • General English -III (Vocabulary, Advanced writing skills and an introduction to Research Methodology)
  • Political Science – III
  • Sociology – III
  • Constitutional Law of India – I
  • Property Law
  • Public International Law
  • General English -III (Vocabulary, Advanced writing skills and an introduction to Research Methodology)
  • Understanding Human Behavior
  • Micro Business Environment
  • Constitutional Law of India – I
  • Property Law
  • Public International Law
Semester IV
BALL.B (Hons.) BBA LL.B (Hons.)
  • Economics -I
  • Political Science – IV
  • Law of Crimes – I (IPC)
  • Constitutional Law of India – II
  • Jurisprudence
  • Environmental Law
  • Principles of Banking
  • Macro Business Environment
  • Law of Crimes – I (IPC)
  • Constitutional Law of India – II
  • Jurisprudence
  • Environmental Law
Semester V
BALL.B (Hons.) BBA LL.B (Hons.)
  • Economics – II
  • Political Science – V
  • Family Law – I
  • Law of Crimes – II (Cr.PC)
  • Labour and Industrial Law – I
  • Company Law & Corporate Governance
  • Economics – II
  • Principals of Insurance
  • Family Law – I
  • Law of Crimes – II (Cr.PC)
  • Labour and Industrial Law – I
  • Company Law & Corporate Governance
Semester VI
BALL.B (Hons.) BBA LL.B (Hons.)
  • Economics – III
  • Political Science – VI
  • Family Law – II
  • Law of Evidence
  • Labour & Industrial Law – II
  • Administrative Law & Right to Information
  • Economics – III
  • Entrepreneurship Development
  • Family Law – II
  • Law of Evidence
  • Labour & Industrial Law – II
  • Administrative Law & Right to Information
Semester VII
BALL.B (Hons.) BBA LL.B (Hons.)
  • History – I
  • Civil Procedure Code – I
  • Principle of Taxation Law
  • Interpretation of Statues & Principle of Legislation
  • Human Rights Law and Practices / International Trade Law
  • Professional Ethics, Accountancy for Lawyers for Bench Bar Relations
  • Marketing Management
  • Civil Procedure Code – I
  • Principle of Taxation Law
  • Interpretation of Statues & Principle of Legislation
  • Human Rights Law and Practices / International Trade Law
  • Professional Ethics, Accountancy for Lawyers for Bench Bar Relations
Semester VIII
BALL.B (Hons.) BBA LL.B (Hons.)
  • History – II
  • Civil Procedure Code – II and Limitation Act
  • Indirect Taxation Laws
  • Intellectual Property Law / Investment and Securities Laws
  • Gender Justice & Feminist Jurisprudence / Media & Law
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Human Resource Management
  • Civil Procedure Code – II and Limitation Act
  • Indirect Taxation Laws
  • Intellectual Property Law / Investment and Securities Laws
  • Gender Justice & Feminist Jurisprudence / Media & Law
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
Semester IX
BALL.B (Hons.) BBA LL.B (Hons.)
  • Land Laws
  • Law relating to Equity, Trust and Specific Relief
  • Banking Law (including Negotiable Instrument Act) / Biological Diversity Law
  • Criminology, Penology and Victimology / International Criminal Law
  • Law relating to Local Self Government and Panchayat Administration / Citizenship and Immigration Law
  • Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing
  • Land Laws
  • Law relating to Equity, Trust and Specific Relief
  • Banking Law (including Negotiable Instrument Act) / Biological Diversity Law
  • Criminology, Penology and Victimology / International Criminal Law
  • Law relating to Local Self Government and Panchayat Administration / Citizenship and Immigration Law
  • Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing
Semester X
BALL.B (Hons.) BBA LL.B (Hons.)
  • Hindi / Urdu / Legal Language and General English
  • Law of Insurance / Law relating to Bankruptcy and Insolvency
  • Conflict of Law / International Organisations
  • Cyber Law / Air and Space Law
  • Law relating to Juvenile Justice and Probation of Offenders / Forensic Law
  • Moot Court & Internship
  • Hindi / Urdu / Legal Language and General English
  • Law of Insurance / Law relating to Bankruptcy and Insolvency
  • Conflict of Law / International Organisations
  • Cyber Law / Air and Space Law
  • Law relating to Juvenile Justice and Probation of Offenders / Forensic Law
  • Moot Court & Internship
LLB (Three-Years)
Semester
Semester I
  • Jurisprudence
  • Constitutional Law -I
  • Family Law- I
  • Law of Crimes-I (IPC)
  • Law of Contract-I
Semester II
  • Public International Law
  • Constitutional Law -II
  • Family Law- II
  • Law of Crimes-II (Cr. PC)
  • Law of Contract-II
Semester III
  • Law of Torts (including Motor Vehicle Act 1988 & Consumer Protection Laws)
  • Law of Evidence
  • Criminology & Victimology
  • Company Law
  • Compulsory Clinical Course: Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing
Semester IV
  • Property Law
  • Administrative Law and Right to Information
  • Insurance Law
  • Environmental Law
  • Compulsory Clinical Course: Professional Ethics
Semester V
  • Civil Procedure Code & Limitation Act
  • Labour & Industrial Law – I
  • Land Laws
  • Cyber Law / Human Rights & Law of Disability
  • Compulsory Clinical Course: Mediation, Conciliation & Arbitration
Semester VI
  • Principals of Taxation Law
  • Labour & Industrial Law – II
  • Intellectual Property Law / Women & Law
  • Interpretation of Statues
  • Compulsory Clinical Course: Moot Court & Internship
LLM (Two-Years)
LLB Three Year Course
Semester Core Papers Group C – Business Law Group G – Constitution Law
Semester I
  • Law, Social Transformation and Judicial Process in India
  • Indian Constitutional Law and New Challenges
  • Principle of Statutory Interpretation
Semester II
  • Legal Theory
  • Corporate Law & Management
  • Law of Contractual Transactions
  • Mass Media and Constitutional Democracy
  • Public Utilities and Welfare State
Semester III
  • Research Methodology
  • Law of Banking & Negotiable Instruments
  • Law of Industrial & Intellectual Property
  • Constitutionalism: Power of Judicial Review
  • Federalism: Union & State Relations
Semester IV
  • Insurance Law
  • Legal Regulation of Economic Enterprises
  • Dissertation
  • Human Rights: Constitution of India
  • Constitutional Pluralism: Protection of Special National Interests
  • Dissertation