Kerala Law Academy Law College, Thiruvananthapuram is affiliated to University of Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram
The University has 16 Faculties and 40 Departments of study and research . The Departments under the University located at the University campus Kariavattom,Thiruvananthapuram are Bio-Chemistry, Bio-Technology,Botany Chemistry,Computer Science,Archaeology, Demography and Population Studies,Economics,Environmental Sciences,Geology,History, Communication and Journalism,Institute of DistanceEducation,Linguistics,Law,Malayalam, Opto-Electronics, Oriental Research Institute and Manuscript Library,Psychology,Mathematics,Physics, Political Science,Philosophy,Sanskrit,Statitics, Sociology,Hindi,Tamil,Islamic History and Culture and Zoology.The Department of Education and Department of Aquatic Biology and Fisheries are located at Thycaud and Shankhumugham,Thiruvananthapuram respectively. All other Departments of the Uninersity are located in the University office campus,Thiruvananthapuram. The University Library and Department of Library and Information Science are located in the University Library Buildings ,nearby.
The College is the first and the only law college in the private sector in the State. Started in 1967 as an evening college to impart instructior for LLB course, the college has over the years grown to become one of the premier law colleges in the state. It has made its mark in extra curricular activities as well. The college has been conducting an All India Moot Court Competition annually since 1990. It was the college team of the college which represented India in the Philip.C.Jessup International Moot Court Competition held at Washington DC in the years 1994, 1996 & 1997.
The college team represents India in the William C. International Commercial Arbitration Moot held at Vienna in April 1997 and 1998. The college has organized an efficient Legal And Clinic which has rendered legal aid to the poor and needy sections of society who do not have the resources to vindicate their rights. The clinic has been able to settle many a dispute through its conciliatory efforts. The college has organized a scientific system for providing practical training to LLB students. For this, it has started a center near the court to provide guidance to the students and to monitor their progress. The Centre is working excellently by giving the students necessary inputs to master the techniques of advocacy and legal drafting.
Thiruvananthapuram - 693005
Kerala Law Academy Law College, Thiruvananthapuram offers various graduate courses as well as Post Graduate courses.
Kerala Law Academy Law College, Thiruvananthapuram offers 3 Years Full Time Bachelors Degree in Bachelor of Laws (LLB)
Duration: 3 Years
Learning Mode: Full Time
Course Level: Bachelors Degree
Kerala Law Academy Law College, Thiruvananthapuram offers Full Time Masters Degree in Master of Laws (LLM)
Duration: 2 Years
Learning Mode: Full Time
Course Level: Masters Degree
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Kerala Law Academy Law College, Thiruvananthapuram is affiliated to University of Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram.
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The Campus of the Academy at Peroorkada, Thiruvananthapuram is located at Peroorkada, Trivandrum, the capital city of Kerala, India in 12 acres of land, on a hill of sylvan splendour with a view of the Arabian Sea on one side and the Western Ghats on the other with eco-friendly surroundings. The campus provides the following facilities.
The Lecture halls are a mixture of traditional Lecture-rooms with benches and desks and the modern class-rooms with independent individual chairs and tables. The former invokes the nostalgia of the days gone by while the latter represents the transition. All the class rooms are provided facilities for portable LCD projectors and OHP for Lecture Sessions. The tutorial, case-study and seminar methodologies are adopted for teaching. The main hall is equipped with speakers. The post graledduate class rooms are modernly equipped and have independent seating arrangements. Rooms/halls exclusively for lady students are provided in the campus for the convenience and security of lady students.
The Director, Principal, Professors and Senior Lectures of the Academy are provided with separate independent faculty rooms and there are two other general rooms catering to the needs of the other members of the teaching faculty.
Residential Quarters are provided to teaching and non-teaching staff of the Academy within the Campus at Peroorkada. Some of the teaching and non-teaching staff of the Academy stay within the campus.
The Moot Court Hall of the Academy is centrally air conditioned and provides venue for Moot Court activities, special lecture sessions, talks and for interaction with guests, while the seminar hall, which is also air conditioned caters to the needs of conferences, seminars and workshops.
The M.N. Govindan Nair open-air auditorium of the Academy is named in the memory of late M.N. Govindan Nair, former Minister of Kerala and veteran communist leader and former Kerala State Secretary of the United Communist Party of India. The Open-Air-Auditorium has been witness to most of the cultural events as well as academic activities.
A full fledged multi purpose stadium with all facilities inside the campus provides the play ground for the students of Academy since 1986. There is also a shuttle badminton ground and the construction of basket ball court and volleyball courts are in progress.
The Ladies Hostel inside the campus can accommodate around 120 lady students. A hostel building located inside the campus has proper fencing. Residing within the campus enables students to make maximum use of the facilities like library, playground even after working hours. All the day to day activities of the hostel are managed by the inmates themselves through a committee under the supervision and control of the resident warden. There is a Mess Committee consisting of resident students elected by the inmates. The Mess Secretary is elected by this Committee from among themselves. The Kitchen of the hostel serves both vegetarian and non vegetarian food. A new group will take over charge of the mess every month. The running of the hostel is on the basis of dividing system. A Common Room equipped withTelevision, telephone connection, facilities of the PCO, 24 hour security, a beautiful lawn in front of the building, shuttle cock badminton court etc., are some of the other attractive features which ensure that students get all modern amenities and security at minimum cost. The hostel has strict rules of administration and students are expected to adhere to the rules and regulations scrupulously failing which they will be subjected to disciplinary action.
The hostel facilities for men are provided inside campus only to selected students and hostel facilities for boy students are mainly outside the campus, provided by other general establishments like LMS Wills Hostel, YMCA and etc. Recreation and leisure facilities including a shuttle badminton court is provided for the inmates of the ladies campus hostel.
The Academy provides the services of three libraries. The main library in the campus is located in an independent spacious two storied building which provide reading space to accommodate around two hundred students at a time and providing substantial number of titles and volumes and various law journals including. The library also provides online service to paid p national and international legal resources and hard disk - CD format of All India Reporter and Supreme Court cases. Photostat and Computer facilities are available in the Library. Further all facililities for students to download legal materials at reasonable cost are made available. The Library functions from 9 AM to 8.30 PM on all working days.
A second library in the campus provides lending service of commentaries, treatises and text books of important authors. Books are lent only to students charging no additional fee, to be returned within one month charging fine on delay.
The third library is the research library at Punnen road, access to which is limited to research students, post graduate students and students preparing research papers for publication and preparing for important moot court and other clinical competitions, legal conferences etc, and it is one of the best libraries in Administrative /Public Law in India providing the following foreign journals.
Internet facility through out the working time of the campus is made available to students and several on-line legal sources both international and national and compact disc formats of Supreme Court Cases, All India Reports etc are made available.
The students’ Restaurant inside the campus provides ample space for seating around 120 students at a time and has both air conditioned and non-air-conditioned areas and a special lobby and provides all types of food. The new restaurant established in 2001 had replaced the traditional Krishna Pillai’s canteen in the campus which was famous for its Parippuvada and Ullivada.
Fully air conditioned guest rooms inside the campus are intended for guests to the campus, academians, jurists and lawyers, who visit the campus for special lectures, conferences and other academic activities.
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