Details of Course offered with approval intake: (2021 - 22)




Internal Assessment

The mark in each theory paper shall be distributed as follows.
  1. Each course paper shall be of 100 marks. For evaluation, the overall structure of the distribution of marks in end semester examination shall be such that 30 Marks shall be allotted to InternalAssessments during the semester.
  2. while 70 Marks shall be allotted for the End Semester Examinations. For Theory and Practical.
1.2 Internal Assessment The distribution of the marks for the Internal Assessment is given below:
1. Internal Assessment 30 Marks
2. Mid-Semester test 15 marks
3. Written Assignment/Moot court exercise 10 marks (5 marks for Written Assignment
& 5 marks for oral presentation)
4. Attendance 5 marks
1.3 The mid-semester examination shall consist of two questions from first two Units and the candidate is required to answer one question carrying 15 marks.
1.4 The distribution of marks for the attendance is given below:
1.4.1 Attendance Marks allotted
76%-80% - 2 Marks
81%-85% - 3 Marks
86%-90% - 4 Marks
91% above - 5 Marks
1.4.2 Where a candidate fails to take examinations in any one of more subjects or has failed to secure the
minimum pass marks in one or more papers or in aggregate, her/his internal assessment marks shall
be carried forward to the subsequent examinations.
1.4.3 In case, any candidate fails to secure 50 percent marks in the internal assessment, she/he shall appear
in the next respective semester (even with even or odd with odd i.e., first, third, fifth seventh and
ninth/ second fourth, sixth, eight and tenth.)

End Semester Examination and evaluation for 70 Marks.

The Controller of Examinations,
shall notify the examination schedule on completion of courses.
1.4.5 The question paper will have five questions.
Question 1 is compulsory and shall have four short
questions from all the four Units and each question carries 3.5 marks.
The paper setter is required to set eight questions with two questions from each Unit i.e. Unit I to Unit IV.
The candidate shall have to attempt four questions, selecting one question from each Unit. Each question carries 14 Marks.

Practical Courses

  1. For the practical courses, i.e., Alternative Dispute Resolution; Professional Ethics; Drafting, Pleading
    and Conveyancing the distribution of marks for the examination shall be as follows:
  2. End semester - 48 marks
    Mid-semester - 7 marks
    Attendance - 5 marks
    Practical - 40 marks (20 marks for written assignment and 20 marks for Viva-voce).



Anti –Ragging Committee

  1. To aware students of the College regarding menace of ragging.
  2. To maintain Interpersonal Relationship among the students of College.
  3. To provide knowledge of Anti Ragging provision, Rules, and Punishment
  1. College ensures Strict Compliance of the Prevention of Ragging in any form.
  2. We also aims to maintain healthy and congenial academic environment that shall be free from the menace of ragging.
  3. As a preventive measure, all students vikash school of law and their parents/guardians are required to submit an undertaking in the prescribed form and are informed to go through the UGC guidelines on anti ragging in the beginning of the academic session.
  4. Ragging in college campus is banned and any one indulging in ragging is likely to be punished appropriately .

Sexual Harassment Cell

As per the guidelines of UGC and the Supreme Court an Anti-Sexual Harassment Committee has been established by the college to provide a healthy atmosphere to the students of the college.

Anti Sexual Harassment Committee deals with issues relating to sexual harassment. The committee is formed to prevent sexual assault, rape and other related crimes on girl students.

Goal : Prevention of sexual harassment to ensure safe environment for girl students for the studies.
  1. To develop guidelines and norms for policies against sexual harassment.
  2. To develop principles and procedures to combat sexual harassment.
  3. To work out details for the implementation these policies.
  4. To prepare a detailed plan of actions, both short and long term.
  5. To organize gender sensitization awareness programme.
  6. To deal with cases of discrimination and sexual harassment in a time bound manner, aiming at ensuring support services to the victimized.



Moot Court Society

Faculty co-ordinator- 1. Mr.Shivananda Sahu 2. Mr. Jaimini Kumar Sahu
Students Members of Moot Court Society- 1. Satyam Sahoo 2. Dinesh Gardia 3. Shalini Bishi 4.Rakshi Padhan

Vikash law school Moot Court Society is a student run society under the guidance of faculty co- ordinators which aims to channelize the students on the mooting path. The Primary goal of the moot court society is to provide all the students the opportunities to research, to be acquainted with advocacy skill ,legal drafting and other skills to mould a student into a mooter.


Extra Curricular Activity Society

Faculty co-ordinator- 1. Abhinab Kumar Swain 2. Sagarika Biswal
Students Members of Extra Curricular Activity Society- 1.Rakshi Padhan 2. Sriyansee Maharana 3. Jyotiprakash Matari 4. Ekta Rath

The five year law course is a life changing experience and these years mould you for the future. Vikash Law School is not just about studies, but about a variety of things. The activities in Vikash Law school enhances not only the oratory skills but also the analytical skills and creates leadership qualities .

These activities are Extracurricular in nature and form an essential part of academic system. Certain Extracurricular for Law School includes activities like Moot courts and debates which are necessary for future job prospects as well.


Seminar Society

Faculty co-ordinator- 1. Swagatika Sahu 2. Rosy Meher
Students Members of Seminar Society- 1. Dwitikrishna Tripathy 2. Omshree Panigrahi 3. Dinesh Gardia

The Seminar society is a student run society under the guidance of faculty co-ordinators where students are trained for public speaking ,debating on various socio legal issues. Debating and speaking skills are of paramount importance for individuals aspiring to be in the legal profession.

Legal Aid Clinic Society

Faculty co-ordinator- 1. Jamini Kumar Sahu 2. Sagarika Biswal
Students Members of Legal Aid Clinic Society- 1. Priyanka Bhoi 2. Snehalata Tripathy 3. Jyotiprakash Matari 4. Satyam Sahoo

The Legal aid clinic is a student run society under the guidance of faculty co- ordinators. Legal Aid Clinic at Vikash Law school provides hands-on legal experience to students and services to various clients. Legal Aid Clinic is directed by Senior Faculty Members. Legal Aid Clinic does pro bono work, providing free legal services to clients and indigent people of the locality.

Academic Calendar

Commencement of academic year and Annual examinations

  1. Teaching for all academic session shall ordinarily be held during July to April and all annual examinations shall ordinarily be held during April/ May.
  2. Hours of teaching, time devoted for theory paper carrying 100 marks shall be 4 period / week.
  3. A candidate shall be allowed to carry not more than 3 three theory papers as back / repeat in each year which he / she will have to clear within the next two yeas. Further, the candidate may be allowed to improve his / her performance in not more than 4 theory papers after completion of BBA to be availed once in two subsequent examinations.
  4. There shall be three internal examinations for each theory papers in each year for each annual examination.