About the KAMKUS College of LAW
The judiciary of a country reflects its strength and stability. The stronger the judiciary, the stronger a country becomes. Historically, India has had the privilege of a strong judiciary. In fact law was the preferred profession amongst our freedom fighters.
Today, the practice of law is back in vogue. With the economy in full stride, need for qualified law professionals is on rise. Especially in sunrise sectors of environmental law, legal aspect of global business management and partnership & business organization.
Keeping in mind the growing demand for quality legal professionals in the country ,Bhagirath Sewa Sansthan has set up Kamkus College of Law. The college is affiliated to Chaudhary Charan Singh University, Meerut and recognized by the Bar council of India. The college has been envisioned to offer the following:
- To train qualified and trained professionals for the corporate world as well as for the bar council.
- To offer on-the campus placement for the students.
- To focus on environmental law, legal aspect of global business management, partnership & business organization.
Kamkus College of Law has a staff of 10 distinguished faculty members, along with law professionals & legal luminaries as visiting faculty. A new approach in teaching methodology focuses on learning through direct experience and original case- studies.
Our vision is to raise the bar of professionalism by shifting focus from studying law primarily from text books, case law and statutes to experimental learning through direct engagement with problems of current concern to the society.
The mission of the institute is
- To strategically focus on improving the professional quality of lawyers to keep pace with the increasing global competition.
- To adopt a new approach in organizing the seminars, academic programmes focused on the most urgent policy challenges in India.
- to focus on environmental law, legal aspect of global business management and emphasising on the original research to formulate a new Indian Legal jurisprudence.