CLASSROOM IN IILS :
Properly ventilated spacious class rooms have been provided to accommodate 60 students in one such classroom as prescribed by the Bar Council of India. Sitting arrangements have been so designed keeping in mind the comfort of students who would have to attend long hours of lectures. Each Class room shall have electronic boards to assist the faculty while delivering lectures and the students would also be benefited with this latest bit of technology and public address system attached with ladies and gents toilet blocks, separate drinking water facility (aqua-guard).
MOOT COURT IN IILS :
The Moot Court is centrally air-conditioned with all the look of a Courtroom so as to acclimatize the students with Courtroom proceedings. The faculty shall demonstrate actual Court proceedings to the students and the students shall also get the opportunity to take part in the demonstration proceedings so that on obtaining the Degree in Law, the students shall be acquainted with actual Court Proceedings.
COMPUTER LAB IN IILS :
This best law institute in India has computers and internet facility and these are used for official and study purposes. We are aware about the fact that computers are fast becoming an integral part of modern life and are increasingly used in every sphere of work, and that’s why we have well equipped computer lab with separate server and networking for the students within the premises of the library. A well equipped air conditioned computer lab facility having state of the art facilities including Wi-Fi zone, computers, E-journals for students has been made available.
LEGAL AID IN IILS :
A law School without a legal aid apparatus –the circumference is incomplete. The Legal aid society stems from the inherent requirement of the Institute itself giving a framework to the students, faculty to spread mass awareness about rights, duties, claims, interest, privilege etc among the poverty stricken and largely illiterate, deprived and backward populace of our country. It is a process of learning all along for the students. With the commencement of the academic session the legal aid clinic of IILS is simultaneously operational.
GAMES AND EXTRA CURRICULAM ACTIVITIES IN IILS :
A 1.5 acre of land has been earmarked for outdoor game such as cricket, football, sports etc which is just opposite to the college campus. There are also indoor games such as table tennis, carom, chess etc. The Institute has Common rooms for girls and boys separately, which may be used by the students for recreation, discussion and socializing with other fellow students. The Institute is the nucleus of all activities of students and is managed by the Administration. The cultural activities introduce the students to a wider world of experience and a large sphere of activities by organizing discussion, debates and lectures. In addition to the above, annual sports events both indoor and outdoor will be conducted. The Indoor Games events comprise Carom, Chess and Table-tennis etc. In the outdoor section, various athletics events, cricket, football along with musical chair will be arranged. The Institute will organize through students Fresher’s Welcome and Farewell Ceremonies for the new comers and outgoing students respectively.
SECURITY IN IILS :
With rising threat of terrorism and other criminal activities, the College authorities have given a serious thought towards the security aspect within the campus and the hostels. 24 Hours security guards have been allocated for the Central College Campus and the hostels. X-Ray enabled security door would be placed at the main entrance to scan and check persons entering the College and the entire College premises would be manned by specially trained security personnel. Fire –extinguishers have been installed in all the floors with special care for the library and water for such exigencies would be supplied from a reservoir constructed at the rear of the College Campus. All the faculty, staff and students would be provided with identity cards so that security personnel can distinguish between Institute attached and non-attached people thus reducing the security risks comfortably. A green, pollution-free Generator has been installed to take care of the power situation. Orderly parking facilities and bays have been created to avoid commotion so as to permit hassle free entry and exit with the aim of reduction in pollution levels within the campus.
DRESS CODE IN IILS :
A strict dress code regime shall be imposed upon the students and such dress code has been laid down by the Bar Council of India and also the University of North Bengal. To have uniformity in colour, design and make, it has been decided by the College Authorities that dress shall be made available to the students under the supervision and approval of the College Authorities. This service is also outsourced on payment of cost. Violation of the Dress Code would attract disciplinary proceedings.
Dress for Male Students: Black trousers, black coat, white shirt, black tie, black socks and black shoes.
Dress for Female Students: Black full suit, white shirt, black tie, black socks and black shoes.
CONVEYANCE IN IILS :
Bus service is provided to students residing in the hostels and also for non-hostel residing students to and from the college campus to the town of Siliguri and surrounding areas on payment of prescribed fees. New buses with GPRS Connectivity have been provided driven only by the drivers appointed by the College Authorities.
COLLEGE CANTEEN IN IILS :
The College canteen is situated at the rear end of the campus for providing students with hygienic, healthy food at reasonable rates. This service has been out sourced.
PUBLICATION IN IILS :
The College had endeavoured to introduce a flagship journal as a quarterly law review to be chaired by the Principal with tacit assistance and support from the faculty and students, given the fact that Law Institutes as ours have a social obligation to be a fountain of information and guidance. This cherished dream of the College has finally been fulfilled by the launching of its first issue in 2013 –“IILS Law Review” an annual journal. For this purpose contributions have been sought for from eminent scholars from India and abroad who have penned their thoughts, view, research, analysis in our home publication. We hope that this publication shall promote and endeavor to foster a culture of serious academic research and writing amongst the students and faculty. We seek the support and contributions of scholars and academicians for future publications.
INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME IN IILS :
In view of Regulations, prescribed by the Bar Council of India, it has now been mandatory for the students to go for various internship programmes.
GREEN CAMPUS IN IILS :
The Chairman of the Institute aspires, thought not possible at this stage, to electrify the entire campus with solar energy. But as a small step towards that direction, efforts are on to erect solar panels to supply energy to the exterior of the campus. By phases the entire campus would be an eco-friendly solar charged complex
COURT VISIT/LOK ADALAT IN IILS :
Students are required to visit courts and acquaint themselves with the court proceedings as a part of their curriculum. This also includes attending Lok Adalat held in every month.
IDENTITY CARD OF IILS :
Each student shall be issued a photo identity card signed by the College Authority on payment of the prescribed fee. The students are required to carry their identity card always on the campus and outside the campus.
SEMINAR HALL IN IILS :
There is separate Seminar Hall in the Institute for organizing Seminars, Conferences etc. to provide congenial atmosphere for the growth and development of mind and health along with exposure to the opinions and views of experts in the legal field. The College shall make available to the students with current and latest trends in Legal Development by inviting the Visiting Faculty Members of the College consisting of Judges of the Supreme Court and High Courts, Legal Luminaries etc. who shall interact with the students and the faculty through Lectures, Debates and Interactive Classes.
HEALTH & HYGIENE IN IILS :
The Institute shall take care of the health and hygiene of students by arranging Medical Services available at the North Bengal Medical College and Hospital and ambulance service, if required on usual cost.
STUDENT CONCESSION IN IILS :
The Institute generally forwards the application from the student for concession in Railways and Aeroplane in vacations and approved special tour and tournaments.
DISCIPLINE IN IILS :
Lack of discipline will not be tolerated by the Institute under any circumstances. Any irregular conduct on the part of a student, like shouting within the Campus, loitering inside or in the surrounding areas, smoking, behaving improperly with Faculty members and office staff or otherwise obstructing the smooth running of the Institute by any other activity, not in keeping with the strict discipline and that goes against the interest of the Institution, will make the student liable to be debarred from appearing in the examination or expelled from the Institute and the decision of the appropriate authority, in this regard, shall be final.
ANTI RAGGING MEASURES IN IILS :
Ragging is strictly prohibited in the college. In terms of the Regulations on Curbing the Menace in Ragging in Higher Educational Institutions, 2009 and pursuant to the judgement delivered by Hon'ble Supreme Court of India, an Anti-Ragging Committee has been constituted by the college and Anti-ragging Squad shall keep strict vigil over the matter under the direct supervision of the Principal and further Warden for the Hostel (both Male & Female) is appointed to see that any sorts of Ragging is not practiced in and around the Hostel premises. If any incident takes place, then the committees as referred herein above shall deal the matter strictly in light of the observation as made in the said judgement, so, students are advised not to do such activities.
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