Academic Session of College starts from 1st April of every year and admissions forms are open for students.

Admission forms can be collected from 1st April onwards at the college office between 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM during college hours by paying Rs.600/- at the counter. Students can also reach our website and download the admission form. Downloaded form should be filled in clearly with all the enclosures attached with it and deposited at the counter with cash Rs. 600/-.

Direct admission is under taken. Submission of admission form itself does not complete the admission. Admission will deemed to be complete when student has deposited the full admission fees and then only his I-Card will be issued.

Important Instruction regarding Attendance: Students name will be struck off from the attendance register if he is absent from his class without notice for 15 days. Notice should be administered to the staff at any cost. In case the student is participating in some extra curricular activities he has to seek the permission from the college authorities in written. Some students whose names were struck off from the register last year were found to be using the name of the college for their personal gains. Candidates seeking admission, who are in some kind of employment, will have to provide the N.O.C. from their department/office then only they will be allowed to appear in the examination.


The annual fee of student is given below which will be undertaken as per the college session yearly.
LL.B 3 Yr Course
  •   Fees Ist Year : 18000/-

  •   Fees IInd Year : 19000/-

  •   Fees IIIrd Year : 20000/-

  •   Exam fees : 2350/-
B.A LL.B 5Yr Course
  •   17500/- Per Semester

  •   2350/- exam fees







Admission will deemed to be complete only when students has deposited his full annual fees and then only I-card will be issued. Students seeking their admission in next year ie. IInd Year or IIIrd Year will be filling the subsequent admission form for the respective year of Rs.300/-.

Eligibility of B.A LL.B 5 Yr Course

Age limit: NO AGE LIMIT

Applicant should have successfully completed 10 plus 2 from senior secondary board or equivalent constituted and recognized by Union or State government with minimum percentage of not below 45% for general, 42%for OBC and 40% for SC/ST.

Eligibility for LL.B 3 Yr Course

Applicant should have successfully completed Graduation or Post Graduation from any Central /State University/Open University with minimum percentage of not below 45% for general, 42%for OBC and 40% for SC/ST.


Examination are conducted as per the rules of University. Last year (Session2013-14) onwards University has started inviting online forms from the students and colleges. Students will have to fill the online form and the submit the hard copy of the form in the college with three printouts (University Copy, College Copy and Student Copy).The Student Copy will be returned to the students as receiving after checking all the details. Merely filling the online form will not entitle the student to appear in the exam. The following prerequisites will be required by the students:-

  •   Students must have deposited the full annual fees in the college.

  •   The hard copy (three printout copies) should be submitted within the stipulated time given by the college

  •   All the academic formalities (like attendance, internal assessment) must have been fulfilled.


Academic Staff.

  • Dr. Abhishek Singh S/o Subash Singh

  • Dr. Niraj Pathak S/o S N Pathak
    (Astt Prof )

  • Dr. Arvind Kumar S/o Gurudin
    (Astt Prof )

  • Alok Kumar Rai S/o Vijay Shankar Rai
    (Astt Prof )

  • Anand Kumar Upadhyay S/o Suresh Upadhyay
    (Astt Prof )

  • Nilay Kumar Panday S/o R.P Panday
    (Astt Prof )

  • Mrs Renu
    (Astt Prof )

  • Mrs Saroj Verma
    (Astt Prof )

Non Academic Staff.

  • M/S Sunita
    (Asst. Librarian)

  • Yogesh Kumar Singh
    (Head Clerk)

  • Narayan

  • Bipin


The college organizes different curriculum activities periodically :-

1. Lokbandhu Rajnarayana Law Series: Seminar are held on various legal and non- legal topics by various teachers and lecturers of different colleges ,standing judges and retired judges are also invited to disseminate their lectures and rekindle the zeal in students to achieve their goal .

2. Moot courts and Youth Parliament: Making the base of disguised court room students are prepared to get the exposure of court and their working procedure. This is a step towards nourishing the abilities of the students sharpening their skills as an orator and debater. The debates on social , political and economic issues make the awareness level of students to reach its height