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B.Law. (5 years) 120 students
 
B.Law. (5 years) 120 students
 
LL.M. (2 years) 60 students
 
LL.M. (2 years) 60 students
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Ph.D.
  
 
==Admissions==
 
==Admissions==
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Separate Hostels for Boys and Girls.  
 
Separate Hostels for Boys and Girls.  
  
===Library and Reading Room===
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===Law Resource Centre (Library)===
LIBRARY AND LEGAL INFORMATION CENTRE
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https://nlalibrary.weebly.com/
The library is the 'heart' of any academic institution and plays an important role in all academic activities and more so in law institutions. NLA library serves as the intellectual foundation for the students and faculty engaged in legal education and research. The library collection includes a comprehensive array of legal resources in both print and electronic forms as well as access to online law resources. The library is dedicated to provide expert services to the student community with legal research guidance and to look forward to assist students and researchers for their legal research.
 
The library is located at second floor of the NLA building with immense number of seating capacity. Library is automated and circulation of books is maintained with the help of barcode system. The library is automated using library module of VRIDDHI Software (an integrated campus management software). VRIDDHI Software integrates all the libraries through Intranet in Azam Campus and the OPAC of all the campus libraries can be searched at one terminal. Library has CCTV system to monitor activities of students and other patrons towards security and safety issue.
 
 
 
Books: The collection comprises over 5,500 documents including encyclopedias, commentaries, reference books, text books on various subjects like Jurisprudence and Legal Theory, Clinical and Legal Education, Legal Research, Professional Ethics, Law and Society, Family Law, International Law and Human Rights, Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, Cyber Law, Labour Law, Medical Law, Biotechnology Law, Environmental Law, Criminal Law, Law of Contracts, Torts, Property Laws, Land Laws, Company Law, Banking Law, Judicial Process, Judicial Activism, Arbitration and Conciliation, Interpretation of Statutes and so on. In non-law section, library has books of Economics, Sociology, Political Science, English, Legal Language and History.
 
 
 
Reference Resources: The collection includes handbooks, general and legal dictionaries, legal encyclopedias like Halsbury's Laws of England, Halsbury's Laws of India, Manuals, Digests, Index to India legal periodicals and other reference books.
 
Law Reports: The College also subscribes a number of reports like All England Law Reports, All India Reporters, Supreme Court Case, Company Cases, Bombay Law Reporter, Maharashtra Law Journal, Labour Law Journal, Criminal Law Journal, Consumer Protection Judgments, Corporate Law Adviser, etc.
 
 
 
National and International Journals: The college also subscribes various national and international journals including American Journal of International Law, Columbia Law Review, Harvard Law Review, Human Rights Law Review, Law Quarterly Review, Indian Bar Review, Indian Journal of Criminology and Criminalistics, Indian Journal of Human Rights, Indian Journal of International Law, Indian Journal of Law and Technology, Indian Journal of Political Science, Journal of English Language Teaching, Journal of India Law Institute, Journal of Intellectual Property Rights, Kashmir University Law Review, NLSI Review, Nyaya Deep, Orient Journal of Law and Social Sciences, Socio-Legal Review, University News, etc. Most of the Reporters also include the Journal Section.
 
 
 
Reading Room and Reference Section: Library has an excellent reading room with 112 comfortable chairs and tables with divider and a separate reference section with seating capacity of 28. There are 2 reading rooms separate for boys and girls which are common for all the students of Azam Campus and remain open till late night.
 
 
 
  
 
===IT Infrastructure===
 
===IT Infrastructure===
E-Library
 
The purpose of E-library is to enhance the accessibility of legal information and quality of legal research through online legal databases with support of information available in public domain. The E-library provides electronic legal search facility through various online database and CD-ROM based services which may be accessed through 25 desktop computers connected with high speed Internet connection. 
 
E-Resources
 
I) N-LIST of INFLIBNET ( http://www.inflibnet.ac.in/n-list/ ) "National Library and Information Services Infrastructure for Scholarly Content (N-LIST)" a project funded by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, under its National Mission on Education through ICT, and is being jointly executed by the INFLIBNET Centre and IIT Delhi. Under this project students and faculty from New Law Academy have access to more than 2,100 e-journals and 51,000 e-books through a proxy server installed at the INFLIBNET Centre. The authorized users can access e-resources and download articles required by them directly from the publisher's website.
 
 
 
II) Manupatra ( http://www.manupatra.com/ ) A comprehensive Indian Legal Database Covering Judgements of Supreme Court and High Courts, Orders of Tribunals and Commissions, Bare Acts, Bills, Notification and Circulars, Forms, Committee Reports, Draft Agreements and Deeds, National and International Laws related to WTO/Anti-Dumping, Arbitration, Cyber/ IT Laws/ IPR, Forex and Banking, Capital Market, Corporate Laws, Competition Laws, Employment Laws, Direct Taxation, Indirect Taxation, VAT, Foreign Policy and Procedures, Human Rights, Indian Industrial Policies and Procedures, Environment, Media and Communication, Insurance, Power and Energy, Mines and Minerals and so on.
 
 
III) AIR Supreme Court:AIR Supreme Court database contains data covering a period from 1950 till today. The database has the full text judgments from both the AIR Supreme Court as well as from AIR SCW. 
 
  
IV) CDs:Our library has a small collection of Books in CD/DVD format which can be issues to the users. 
 
 
 
==Extra Curricular Activities==
 
==Extra Curricular Activities==
 
Social and Cultural Activities.
 
Social and Cultural Activities.
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===Journals and publications===
 
===Journals and publications===
"Journal of Minorities Rights" a half yearly journal is published by the college.
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"International Research Journal of Socio-legal Studies" ISSN 2455-0019  "A Quarterly Journal"
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http://nlapune.org/journals-information/
  
 
===Subjects available===
 
===Subjects available===

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A.K.K. New Law Academy founded in the year 1994 to encourage innovation in legal education and research is a Law School leading in India, which is recognised by the Bar Council of India and affiliated to the University of Pune and listed under Section 2(f) and 12(B) of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956.


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Location[edit]

A.K.K. New Law Academy is situated at Azam Campus, a place in the heart of Pune City with a pleasing surrounding spread over 24 acres. Address: 2390-B, K.B. Hidayatullah Road, Azam Campus, Camp, Pune - 411001.

Administration[edit]

Principal: Dr. Rasheed Shaikh

Facts & Figures[edit]

The details of Courses inteke:

LL.B. (3 Years) 120 students B.Law. (5 years) 120 students LL.M. (2 years) 60 students Ph.D.

Admissions[edit]

Maharashtra State Law CET for LL.B and B.A.-LL.B.

Fee structure[edit]

As per norms of the University of Pune and Government of Maharashtra.

Infrastructure[edit]

Hostels[edit]

Separate Hostels for Boys and Girls.

Law Resource Centre (Library)[edit]

https://nlalibrary.weebly.com/

IT Infrastructure[edit]

Extra Curricular Activities[edit]

Social and Cultural Activities.

Mooting[edit]

Every year Surana & Surana International Minority Rights Moot Court Competition is being organised.

Student Activities[edit]

Students Council as per the University of Pune Rules.

Recruitment[edit]

TBC

Seminars and Conferences[edit]

TBC

Academia and faculty[edit]

Notable faculty[edit]

TBC - feel free to create separate pages with biographies and details about each professor.

Journals and publications[edit]

"International Research Journal of Socio-legal Studies" ISSN 2455-0019 "A Quarterly Journal" http://nlapune.org/journals-information/

Subjects available[edit]

TBC: Which subjects can you take? Which are optional or compulsory? Feel free to add professors teaching each subject or whatever else is worth mentioning.

Alumni[edit]

TBC: How many alumni approximately does the college have? Is there a formal and organised network?

Notable alumni[edit]

TBC: List some alumni who have made a mark in the profession or gone on to do interesting things.

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External links[edit]

www.nlapune.org

https://nlalibrary.weebly.com

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