Kanhe Army Law College to be inaugurated on July 16
Speaking about the course, colonel AK Pandey, registrar and head of administration, said, “With an annual intake of 60 students with hostel facilities, the college will be run under the aegis of the Army Welfare Education Society (AWES)pune Updated: Jul 12, 2018 17:52 IST
Southern Command’s Army Law College (ALC), Kanhe, will be inaugurated by lieutenant general DR Soni, general officer commanding-in-chief, Southern Command, on July 16, with the commencement of the bachelor in business administration (BBA) bachelor of legislative law (LLB), a five-year integrated course under the Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU).
Speaking about the course, colonel AK Pandey, registrar and head of administration, said, “With an annual intake of 60 students with hostel facilities, the college will be run under the aegis of the Army Welfare Education Society (AWES). Approval of the government of Maharashtra and affiliation with the renowned Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) and the Bar Council of India has been obtained. Admissions to ALC is on the basis of marks obtained in the MAH-CET Law 2018.”
The ALC, Kanhe, is established on the property gifted by Radha Kaliandas Daryanani Charitable Trust (RKDCT) and consists 12 buildings spread on approximately five acres. The college is being developed in three phases. The first phase includes renovation of existing buildings to accommodate students for the first two years. The second phase will come up with complete infrastructure of Army Law College to include administrative and academic blocks, boys and girls hostel accommodations, indoor and outdoor recreational area. The final phase will have residential area for the staff of ALC.
The study of health and food law and law of forensic Science is the highlight of this five-year-course.
Madhushree Joshi will be the principal-in-charge of ALC. She is an eminent professor in law with an outstanding academic proficiency and has 12 years of experience teaching law at DES Shri Navalmal Firodia Law College, Pune. Her rich professional experience extends to organising Moot court competitions, legal aid centre, legal research cell and cultural and sports activities.
She has conducted instructional tours of students to the Supreme Court of India, Bombay high court and the district courts. Besides her academic proficiency, she is also an active social worker.
Manisha Shinde and Ajit Borde are the assistant professors of management, while Anagha Wankhede will be an assistant professor of English.
First Published: Jul 12, 2018 17:51 IST