Department of Law

SOPs

Dept. data last updated on :14/05/2022

SOP of the Department of Law, AMU

SOPs

Department of Law, AMU


Office of the Chairman

The office deals with daily Dak disposal, daily receive and dispatch, correspondences with functionaries of the University, disposal of RTI Applications, convening Local Selection Committee, teaching allocations through Board of Studies and other Teaching and Research related issues as received time to time. The office also maintains the record/personal file of teaching and non-teaching staffs of the Department.


Office Timings from 08:00 am to 04:00 pm (lunch break between 01:30 pm to 02:30 pm) Monday to Saturday except Fridays. Friday Timings from 08:00 am to 12:30 pm.

     

Computer Lab

The computer lab consists of 24 computer systems equipped with internet and one printer, one scanner for the academic purpose of our students and teachers. There are two dedicated staffs for its management & maintenance.

The timings are Mon-Sat (Except Friday) 08:00 am - 3:00 pm and 3:00 - 10:00 pm in two shifts. On Friday 08:00 am – 12:30 pm.   

Legal Aid Clinic

Legal aid mainly means providing free legal aid services for free to the needy or the poor section of the society. In the light of the mandate of the Bar Council of India for legal education, the Legal Aid Committee of the Department has collaborated with District Legal Services authority, Aligarh with aim to engage and develop projects and activities for the protection and promotion of the rights of the needy. The activities of the Legal Aid Committee include free legal counselling to poor section of locality, dissemination of legal literacy and knowledge to the society; and conduct legal awareness camps; visits to prison, courts and juvenile homes; village adoption and organizing relevant conferences and seminars and to organize legal literacy Camp on regular basis in form of Nukkad Natak etc.


Moot Court

Mooting is a form of an Oral proceeding similar to that of a court proceeding practiced mainly in institutions and universities where law as a subject is taught to see that how efficient a student is in putting an argument based on law. In this a proper court scenario is shaped where the students act like the Councillors (Advocates) presenting each side (Plaintiff and Defendant) on the basis of evidences and substantive questions of law argue with each other to prove their point in front of the judge who in the end will give his judgment in the same regard and will also declare the winner who would perform the best.

The Moot Court Committee is constituted for the purpose of conducting Moot Court competition at various levels. An intra-faculty Moot Court competition is organized every year. The Moot Court Committee also coordinate with other institutions for participation of students of the Department of Law, AMU, in various Moot Court competitions. The committee ensures effective participation of our students in National Moot Court competitions.


Law Seminar Library

The Department of Law maintains clear operating procedures for optimum utilization of its resources. The Department has a well-stocked Law Seminar Library with approximately thirty thousand books and approx. 22 journals. It facilitates both faculty and students, as well as anyone who would like to use the books for academic purposes. The faculty, research scholars, postgraduate students and undergraduate students of the Department can browse for books through the OPAC and can issue/use the books as per the Seminar rules. The Law Seminar Library can be accessed Mon-Sat (Except Friday) 08:00 am - 3:00 pm and 3:00 - 10:00 pm in two shifts. On Friday 08:00 am – 12:30 pm.

1. The Law Seminar Library books are catalogued with Accession numbers for each, in line with the procedure followed by the Maulana Azad Library of the University.

2. There are some books in the Reserved Section which are meant to be accessed in the Seminar Library itself. For these, valid identity cards and entry in logs are required.