Haryana Govt issues guidelines for opening law college

Haryana government has issued guidelines for setting up a new law college or Centre of Legal Education under self financing scheme-2010.

Last Updated: Sep 29, 2010, 19:52 PM IST

Chandigarh: Haryana government has issued
guidelines for setting up a new law college or Centre of Legal
Education under self financing scheme-2010.

The applicant could be a non-profit organization like a
Public Trust or Society registered under Union or State Law or
a company registered under section 25 of the Companies Act,
1956, an official spokesman said here today.

Applications of only those Societies or Trusts that are
already successfully running quality educational institutions
would be considered for permission to open law college on self
financing basis.

He said the applicant Trust or Society should have
experience of at least five years of running an institute of
higher learning with a certificate of accreditation and
substantial proof of academic credentials.

Applications of those Trust or Societies that have no
experience of running institutes of higher learning would not
be entertained.

He said a minimum of five acres of land would be required
for opening of law college.

PTI