Midnapore Law College

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Midnapore Law College
Type Public, Law college
Established 2002
Principal Avimanyu Behera
Location Midnapore, West Bengal, India
Affiliations Vidyasagar University
Website Midnapore Law College

Midnapore Law College is a college imparting education in law in Midnapore, West Bengal. It was established in the year 2002 and offers a five-year integrated Bachelor of Law (B.A./LL.B) degree and a three-year standalone LL.B.degree. The college is affiliated to Vidyasagar University.[1]

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This institution was founded in 2002. It is spread over a campus of almost twenty acres of land just next to the district town of Midnapore, West Bengal.

It started with a five-year LL.B. course in 2002, when it was following the syllabus of the University of Calcutta. Shortly thereafter, it had to start following the newly-set syllabi of the University Grants Commission (U.G.C) of India as the course curriculum. It had to get into a semester system from an initially planned annual system, which was not a smooth affair for both the students as well as the teachers. Eventually, it got affiliated to the Vidyasagar University, which agreed to confer a B.A./LL.B (Hons.) upon successful completion of the five-year course. Soon after, the college started a three-year postgraduate LL.B course also. The college has a resourceful library that serves to study various areas of law. At one time, the college used to regularly coordinate and collaborate with the West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences (WBNUJS), Kolkata in holding seminars on its campus.

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