RE-ACCREDITED WITH 'A' GRADE BY NAAC
RECOGNIZED AS COLLEGE WITH POTENTIAL FOR EXCELLENCE BY UGC
Department of Law of Dr. Ambedkar College, DeekshaBhoomi, Nagpur has established, “Legal Aid Cell”, in the year 2000 with an objective to provide legal aid and to impart legal awareness to needy and poor sections of the society. Through this cell, college aims to provide legal knowledge and literacy by organizing legal aid camps and other social outreach programs. Legal aid cell through a panel constituting of legal practitioners and students offers free legal advice to the indigent people who come to the cell with their problems. The legal aid cell also organises legal awareness programs in the villages. The emphasis is not just on awareness but also to enquire them about their requirements, problems and facilities available to them in the village. Due to illiteracy, negligence and lack of correct communication the villagers are not capable of utilizing the schemes announced by the Government. Thus legal aid cell aims to create awareness of the various schemes available in the social sector to the villagers. One of the distinctive features of Legal aid cell is organisation of, “Free Legal Aid and Literacy Programme.” It was started in the year 2005. On the occasion of Dhammachakra Pravartan Din every year Department of law organises Free Legal Aid and Literacy Programme. This Legal Aid Programme is a theme based programme. Themes are mostly related to current legal issues and newly enacted laws. It aimed at disseminating basic legal awareness and information to thousands of pilgrims who visit Deekshabhoomi on the occasion of Dhammachakra Pravartan Din. Free legal Aid camp is that activity which inducts students every year to use their knowledge of law to provide free legal aid. There is an active participation of alumni, legal practitioners and faculties of law department in this activity. In association with District Legal Services Authority, Nagpur, the Legal Aid Cell organizes various activities wherein students of Department of law play an important role in legal empowerment of marginalized sections and also make them aware about the social obligations and social responsibilities imposed on them. Legal aid cell thus aims to imbibe legal, social and moral values amongst the students.
|1. Shivani Deshbratar||5. Sachin Mekhale||9. Akshat Mishra||13. Mayank Wasnik||17. Akansha Bhat|
|2. Aarati Bansod||6. Ojas Wanjari||10. Samyaka Wasnik||14. Bahvesh Mate||18. Priyasi Tekam|
|3. Rakesh Bhoyar||7. Rahul Deshmukh||11. Mallika Bhabhulkar||15. Varsha Tiwari||19. Ashwini Daware|
|4. Gaurav Gadge||8. Sagar Tripathi||12. Aakash Dhote||16. Mamta tiwari||20. Sanhita Gokhale|