Achievers

Achievers & Achievements

Achievers of May/June-2016

LL.M MATHEW SEBASTIAN I Rank
LL.B(3 Years) PRADEEP P I Rank
SEBASTIAN P.A II Rank
GYAMAR MAYA III Rank
BA.LL.B(Hons.) DECHE  M MERCY I Rank
DICKYI PELDON II Rank
CHITRA  B RAO III Rank
RADHIKA  ARAMANAMADA AIYAPPA IV Rank
BBA.LL.B(Hons.) CHIRASMITHA  B H I Rank
MEGHALI  TALUKDAR II Rank
LOGANAYAKI  P III Rank
ARCHANA  MOHAN IV Rank
SALINI  K V Rank

Achievers of May/June – 2015

B.B.A.LL.B.(Hons.)

Rank

B.A.LL.B. (Hons.)

Rank

Preeti L Malavalli
Keerthana Gopal
Swathi Sharma
Anjana Haridas
Apoorva Tripathi
I
II
III
IV
V
Albert Mhina
Sirichandra S
Abhishek  A
I
II
III

LL.B.(3 Years)

Rank

LL.M.

Rank

Razia Sultana S
Chinnu Theresa P.B. 
Stephen Okai  A
I
II
III
Prathibha B.S. 
Premalatha
I
II

A total of 104 students received their graduation certificates out of which

23 – Students were from B.A.LL.B,

40- students were from B.B.A.L.L.B,

26 – students were from LL.B

15 – students were from LL.M

(Male-54, Female-50 and Foreign National-12).

Achievers of May/June – 2014

Achievers of 2014

Achievers of May/June – 2013

We have it in us…

The college has been securing the maximum number of ranks since 1992. So far the College has secured 123 ranks till date

A student of our college was adjudged the ‘Best Lady Advocate’ in the National Level Moot Competition on Human Rights held at Kottayam. Our students have been adjudged winners at the State Level Moot Competition held at Saraswathi Law College, Chitradurga in April 2006.

The National Legal Literacy and Awareness programme was launched at Maratikyathana Halli village of Mysore Taluk and it was inaugurated by Hon’ble Supreme Court Justice Mr. S.P. Bharucha in 1998.

A seminar on ‘Human Rights perspectives of women, tribals and refugees’ was held on 10-11 November 2001. It was inaugurated by Justice J.S. Varma, Chairman, National Human Rights Commission and the valedictory address was given by Justice Shivaraj Patil, Hon’ble Judge, Supreme Court of India.

For the first time in Karnataka, five of our Graduated students were appointed as ‘Law Clerk cum Research Assistant’ to assist the High Court Judges.

Projects undertaken

A project on training the representatives of Local bodies on Environmental Laws.

In association with the British Council, Warwick University and NLSIU, Bangalore, a project on Human Rights outreach – programme, for tribal people has been undertaken. JSS Law College is one amongst the seven law colleges chosen all over India, by the British Council for the purpose.

The College has undertaken a project on ‘Promoting extent ion services to the community through micro level planning’ for a period of two years funded by National Council for Rural Institutes, Hyderabad.

A project proposal has been sent to National Commission for Women, New Delhi with an objective to monitor the proper implementation of all the legislation’s enacted to protect the rights of Women so as to enable them to achieve equality in all spheres of life.

Career prospects

  • Entry to practice as Advocates
  • Entry to Judicial and Administrative Services.
  • Employment as Legal Advisors to National and Multi-national Companies.
  • Establishment of Legal Consultancy
  • International career opportunities.
  • Absorption as Legal Draftsmen. Scope for Higher education and Research in India and Abroad.

 

The woods are lovely, dark and deep, But I have promises to keep,
And miles to go before I sleep!
And miles to go before I sleep……..
– Robert Frost