The Campus Law Centre (CLC) of the Faculty of Law offers a full-time three year LL.B. programme. It has consistently been ranked among the top law schools in India and has been ranked Second in the country by the India Today-Nielson survey of 2016.15 years after the Delhi Durbar and the shift of Capital of British India to Delhi, the Faculty of Law started day classes in 1924 to cater the need for quality legal education. In 1963, the law classes were relocated to the present campus at Chhatra Marg from its original place of Vice Regal Lodge (where Shahid Bhagat Singh was held captive and Lord Mountbatten proposed to Lady Mountbatten). Initially, Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) Degree course was started as two-year course and the teaching was conducted in the morning only. To cater to part time students evening classes were started in 1942. In 1966, the two-year LL.B. course was made a three year (six semesters) course with an examination at the end of each semester.
Campus Law Centre’s building with nine class-rooms, a seminar hall, Dean/Professor-In-Charge Room, office (non-teaching staff), teachers- common- room, girls-common-room, thirty two rooms for the faculty members, a library, three lawns and two cafeterias etc. was initially constructed for 250 students. Presently the same building is accommodating more than 2000 students. In 1993 an Auditorium was also constructed, which requires renovation and furnishing. The Centre is in the process of reclaiming its domain, improving its overall infrastructure with state of art facilities.
Library:The Library has a dedicated E-Resource Centre for accessing a large number of electronic databases of journals and reference sources subscribed by the University through the Librarys website. These databases consist of judgments, journals and reference material in law areas of learning, teaching and research. Several important reference and citation analysis sources are also being subscribed by the University. The library regularly organizes orientation and literacy programs for students for promotion the usage of e-resource. Users may contacts the Librarian for any additional help required while accessing the databases
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