Monday, March 26, 2012
JSS Law college attracts students from world wide
JSS Law College, a professional autonomous college functioning under the aegis of JSS Mahavidyapeetha, was established in the year 1982 and is attracting students from all over the country and abroad. The college has been recognized by the Bar Council of India and is the first law college in the country to become autonomous.
In total, 517 students (268 men and 249 women) students are studying in the college in which 233 from Karnataka, and 161 from Non-Karnataka and 123 Students from 14 countries have enrolled in this college.
Among 123 students, about 47 students have come from Tanzania, 34 from Kenya, 14 from tibet, 16 from Afghanistan, 3 from Maldives. Apart this, students from Srilanka, Qatar, Somalia, Fiji, Switzerland, Iran, USA and Uganda are also studying here.
Philip 8th Sem (5 Years) student says, 'More than books JSS also have opportunity of developing talents in extra curriculum activities. The cost of living and school fees is affordable.'
'There is a great learning environment here. The system and level of interaction between lecturer and student is more of a personal level and this helps a student growing into a well versed individual. These are all the reasons why I joined JSS Law College,' says Esther Sidinyu and Radhika from Kenya.
College Principal Prof KS Suresh said that ' JSS Law College strives to create a community of committed professionals who are competent to solve legal and social problems; to promote justice, and be compassionate members of the society.'
Our motto is to develop professional judgment by academic exercises, engaging students with community and the academia at all levels of our work, including teaching, scholarship, public service and public policy, he added.
LL.M (2 Years)
Certificate Course : Cyber Law, Human Rights