ASSESSMENT & ACCREDITATION (SSR)
Criterion 1 - Curricular Aspects
1.1 CURRICULAR PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION
1.1.1. The Institution ensures effective curriculum planning and delivery through a well-planned and documented process including an Academic calendar and the conduct of continuous internal Assessment
1.1.3 Teachers of the institution participate in the following activities related to the curriculum development and assessment of the affiliating university and other colleges and are represented on the following academic bodies during the last five years
1.1.3 (New) Teachers of the institution participate in the following activities related to the curriculum development and assessment of the affiliating university and other colleges and are represented on the following academic bodies during the last five years
1.2 ACADEMIC FLEXIBILITY
1.3 CURRICULUM ENRICHMENT
1.3.2. Percentage of courses that include experimental learning through Moot Courts, seminar courses, Court Visits, Arbitration/ Mediation/ Client Counselling Exercises, Para legal Volunteering/ Legal aid Trainings, Advocate chamber and internship in law firms/ NGOs/ Judicial Clerkship, etc.
1.3.4 Number of certificate / value-added courses / Diploma Programmes offered by the institutions and online courses of MOOCs, SWAYAM / e_Pathshala/ NPTEL and other recognized platforms(without repeat count)where the students of the institution have enrolled and successfully completed during the last five years
1.4 FEEDBACK SYSTEM
1.4.1 Structured feedback for curriculum and its transactions is regularly obtained from stakeholders like Students, Teachers, Law firms, Judges, Sr. Counsels, Employers, Alumni, Civil Societies, Academic peers etc., and Feedback processes of the institution may Abe classified
Criterion 2 - Teaching Learning & Evaluation
2.1 STUDENT ENROLMENT AND PROFILE
2.2 CATERING TO STUDENT DIVERSITY
2.2.1. The institution recognises multiple intelligences of students and creates policies and programs for all kinds of learners. The institution assesses the learning levels of the students and organises special Programmes/policies for different levels of learners.
2.3. TEACHING- LEARNING PROCESS
2.3.1. Student centric methods, such as experiential learning, participative learning, peer learning, team teaching, case law method and problem solving methodologies are used for enhancing learning experience and teachers use ICTenabled tools including online resources for effective teaching learning process.
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2.4 TEACHER PROFILE AND QUALITY
2.5. EVALUATION PROCESS AND REFORMS
2.5.1. Mechanism of internal assessment is transparent and robust in terms of frequency, mode and innovation along with prevalence of mechanisms to deal with internal exam related grievances which is transparent and time-bound.
2.6 STUDENT PERFORMANCE AND LEARNING OUTCOMES
2.6.1. The institution has stated learning outcomes (Program and Course outcomes)/graduate attributes which are integrated into the assessment process and widely publicized through the website and other documents and the attainment of the same are evaluated by the institution.
2.7 STUDENT SATISFACTION SURVEY
Criterion 3 - Research, Innovations & Extension
3.1 RESOURCE MOBILIZATION FOR RESEARCH
3.1.2. (New) Number of workshops/seminars conducted on Research methodology, Intellectual Property Rights (IPR), Entrepreneurship, Skill development, Frontier/ contemporary areas researches in law and judicial trends during the last five years
3.2 INNOVATION ECOSYSTEM
3.3 RESEARCH PUBLICATION AND AWARDS
3:3:1 Institution’s legal aid /community services and outcomes of extension activities in the neighborhood community in terms of impact and sensitizing the students to social issues, holistic development and awards received, if any
3.4 EXTENSION ACTIVITIES
3.4.1 Number of functional MoUs / linkages with institutions/Law firms/ industries in India and abroad for internship, on-the-job training, project work, student / faculty exchange and collaborative research during the last five years
3.4.2 (New) Number of functional MoUs / linkages with institutions/Law firms/ industries in India and abroad for internship, on-the-job training, project work, student / faculty exchange and collaborative research during the last five years
4.1 PHYSICAL FACILITES
4.2 LIBRARY AS A LEARNING RESOURCE
4.3 IT INFRASTRUCTURE
4.4 MAINTENANCE OF CAMPUS INFRASTRUCTURE
Criteria 5 Student Support & Progression
5.1 STUDENT SUPPORT
5.2 STUDENT PROGRESSION
5.3 STUDENT PARTICIPATION AND ACTIVITIES
5.3.1 Number of awards/ medals won by students for outstanding performance in sports/ literacy/ cultural/moot court/calibration competition/ advocacy/mediation and negotiation/judgement writing/Legislative drafting competition.
5.3.2 Institution facilities students’ representation and engagement in various administrative co-curricular and extracurricular activities (student council / student representation on various bodies such as per established process and norms)
5.4 ALUMNI ENGAGEMENT
Criteria 6 Governance, Leadership & Management
6.1 INSTITUTIONAL VISION AND LEADERSHIP
6.1.1 Describe the vision and mission statement of the institution on the nature of governance, perspective plans and participation of the teachers in the decision making bodies of the institution within a maximum of 500 words
6.2 STRATEGY DEVELOPMENT AND DEPLOYMENT
6.3 FACULTY EMPOWERMENT STRATEGIES
6.3.2 Percentage of teachers provided with financial support to attend conferences/workshops and towards membership fee of professional bodies publication and other academic incentives during the last five years
6.4 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND RESOURCE MOBILIZATION
6.5 INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE SYSTEM
6.5.3.B Reviews its teaching learning process structures and methodologies of operations and learning outcomes at periodic intervals through IQAC set up as per norms and recorded the incremental in various activities.
Criterion 7 Institutional Values & Best Practices
7.1 INSTITUTIONAL VALUES AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES