The focus and pattern of our teaching will be as follows:
Topic wise synopsis of all sub-topics and thread bare conceptual explanations and discussions with maximum diagrammatic representations & repetitions—wherever needed, these discussions will be dictated or will be repeated to enable you to write it, or a write up on the discussion will be provided.
The student shall be alert and keen on writing the points when the teacher is explaining. The teaching style of different teachers here may be different and therefore the students are advised to quickly get accustomed to it for their own benefit (though their pattern and approach will be the same).
Important and difficult previous years’ questions and other questions will be discussed in the class. Model answers of some of these questions will also be dictated or supplied in writing. The students are advised to minutely follow these model answers and other answer writing tips and practice the other questions on the same pattern. If a student wants some other questions to be discussed he/she may write and give it to the teacher who will discuss it in the class whenever he finds it suitable. If the teacher invites, the questions can be asked directly in the class also by raising hand.
For the Preliminary exams we have sufficient no. of subject wise standard test papers. A student has to attempt these test papers in the classroom as and when a test is announced. It is compulsory for every student to attend these test papers. 14 days after the completion of a subject there will be a compulsory objective and subjective test on the subject.
All important case laws—Landmark or Current, would be discussed in the class. These cases will also be supplied to the students for their personal reference. These cases shall be carefully studied and be preserved; any distribution of these cases to outsiders will entail a termination of your admission.
Answer writing practice sessions will also be held during the classes and the students are advised to take these sessions very seriously. The teacher would discuss the model answer to these questions in the class itself.
During the classes Rahul Sir and other teachers would also deliver some motivational lectures to boost your confidence and preparations. You are advised to take these lectures positively as they are for your benefit only.
Every next lecture may have a small portion of question round wherein the teacher will ask questions on whatever he/she has taught in the previous lectures. Students are advised to be prepared every day. In case a student fails to respond continuously, the concerned teacher may talk to his/her parents.
For G.S., Current affairs and Essays, there will special focused classes by specialists.
For Translation , English, Precis writing, Essay writing etc.,there will be special test papers for regular practice.
For Current Affairs and latest legal developments & current case laws, there will be a special monthly magazine free of cost supplied to the students.
The classes will be interactive , to entertain all doubts of the students.
There will be special counsellors for law and G.S. to give personal guidance to the students.
Inside the class room you are free to ask questions but only when the teacher invites your questions; don’t obstruct the teacher when he is teaching in a flow. If the teacher so requires, please write your question on a piece of paper and give it to him; if it is relevant it will be answered the same day or the next day. All the relevant queries of the students will be solved by the teachers.
The following are the rules and regulations to be followed by the students during the course schedule. These are to bring about a sense of discipline amongst the students and also to avoid any wastage of time of the organization, in particular, the time of the teachers, as we want to concentrate more upon our studies and good teaching. Ultimately, it is for your benefit only. We expect you to take these in a positive frame of mind and to strictly adhere to the same:
The following are the rules and regulations to be followed by the students during the course schedule. These are to bring about a sense of discipline amongst the students and also to avoid any wastage of time of the organization, in particular, the time of the teachers, as we want them to concentrate more upon their studies and good teaching. Ultimately, it is for your benefit only. We expect you to take these in a positive frame of mind and to strictly adhere to the same:
Fees for Judicial Services Batch—Rs.2,17,500/- [inclusive of GST].(English Medium)/Hindi Medium-Rs. 1,21,500/- [inclusive of GST].
The above fees includes P.T., Mains & Interview preparations (classes + all kinds of study material & test papers- objective & subjective). It also includes the office support even after the completion of the course (material + test papers + interview guidance program).
Fees once paid, is neither refundable nor adjustable under any circumstances, whatsoever. Late payment of fees due (if any) would make the student liable to pay a fine of Rs.100/- (rupees hundred only) per day to be counted from the due date of such payment. You may also be stopped from attending the classes in case of such a default. The Proprietor holds the discretion to allow such late payment under reasonably explained circumstances. Written permission would be required to be taken for that purpose personally only from the Proprietor.
In case you take permission for installment payment of fees, provisional I-D card will be issued only for one month. If the fees is not paid on the due date, the validity of the I-D card will lapse on such date and the security guards at the class room may not allow you to enter the class room, until you have taken a prior permission.
The Institute offers no discounts in the fees and therefore the students are requested not to insist upon it at all. We don’t listen to any recommendations by any one.
The students are advised to cooperate with each other and with the staff of the Institute, and also to carry the minimum of things with themselves to the class room so as to avoid any wastage of space in keeping the things. Reserving seats in the classroom for your friends is strictly prohibited. It may result into disciplinary action against the concerned student.
All disputes shall be subject to Delhi Jurisdiction only.
Those students who have to take leave in between the course due to their Law Faculty exams(LLB. only) and have taken permission for the same at the time of admission, shall make it sure that they shall obtain a written permission from the Proprietor at the beginning of the course itself. You will be later allowed to do only those classes which you have missed out during the said leave. Without a written permission no such classes will be allowed later. It shall be written on your admission form only. The leave will be granted only 10 days before the exams and for the period of the exams.
A Student who joins the institute and does not attend the classes from the date of commencement of his/her course, is not entitled to get his/her date of admission extended unless a written permission under the signature of the ‘Proprietor’ has been obtained. In case of failure to do so the student is liable to get his/her admission cancelled upon the lapse of one month from the date of commencement of the course, whereupon any fees already deposited shall be forfeited by the institute from the said date. In specially explained circumstances the fee may be refunded (within the initial one month).
Irregularity in attending the classes is strictly prohibited. The institute will not be responsible for non-completion of the course if a student has not been regular to the classes (on whatever account). In the case of reasonably explained absence, the Proprietor holds the discretion to allow repetition of classes as per the availability of seats. A prior written permission would be required to be taken from the ‘Proprietor’.
A student is required to be seated in the class at least fifteen minutes before the commencement of the lecture. The Teacher/Proprietor holds the discretion to stop a student from attending the lecture if he/she is frequently late to the lectures.(This is to avoid disturbances to the ongoing lecture)
The ‘Foundation Course’ duration is 13 to 14 months for English medium, to be counted from the date of commencement of the course as specified in the admission form and I-card. The course duration is subject to some extension (a month or two) under special circumstances (e.g., illness of teacher, extra classes for some subjects, etc.,). (Though our endeavour is always to complete the course within 13-14 months).
The student shall give some existing telephonic contact no. to the institute and permanent & present Delhi address.
Carrying eatables and use of mobile phones in the classroom is strictly prohibited.
Study material and cases or other handouts are to be collected against signature from the office only.
Any audio or video recording of lectures is strictly prohibited and the violation of this condition shall make the student liable to termination of his/her admission and legal proceedings can be initiated against such a student. The institute 'may' prohibit the carrying of any recording devices (including mobile phones with recording facilities) to the classrooms (though normal mobile phones without recording facility shall be allowed).
The Proprietor also holds the discretion to change the venue of lectures if any such need arises during the continuance of the course.
The proprietor holds the discretion to terminate the admission of a student on the ground of any act of indiscipline. ‘Indiscipline’ includes—any act of quarrel or fight in the premises of the institute or in the immediate surroundings so as to affect adversely the interests of a student or staff of the institute; any indecent gesture or words(written or oral) or act intended at any student or staff of the institute; maliciously spreading of any rumors or instigating students or others against the credibility and credentials of the institute or its staff or its students; destruction or diminishing the value of any property of the institute; distributing or selling the study material, class notes or cases supplied, causing unnecessary disturbance to the teacher or fellow students in the class room, recording (video or audio) of class lectures, causing any kind of threat to a teacher or student, refusing to co-operate in the security check procedure at the institute, using any kind of demeaning or derogatory remark against a student, teacher or staff member, etc.,.
There will be thorough security check at the entrance by lady and male guards respectively for female and male students, which includes frisking, bag searches, search of mobile phones etc. Students should cooperate in that process. Non-cooperation would amount to an act of 'indiscipline'.
The venue for English Medium classes has shifted to : - A-4, Wazirpur Industrial Area, New Delhi-110052. Near Shalimar Bagh Metro Station, Gate No. 3. However the office will remain at the same place B-13, 1st Floor, Commercial Complex, Above HDFC Bank ATM, Dr. Mukherjee Nagar, Delhi-110009. The Hindi Medium classes A-21/22, 2nd & 3rd Floor, Savitri Bhawan, Commercial Complex, Dr. Mukherjee Nagar, Delhi-110009.
The classes will be held for the following subjects:
CPC, CR.P.C, EVIDENCE, CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, ADMINISTRATIVE LAW & INDIAN POLITY, IPC, FAMILY LAW, SPECIFIC RELIEF ACT, LIMITATION ACT, LAW OF TORT, JURISPRUDENCE, LAW OF CONTRACT, SALE OF GOODS ACT, PARTNERSHIP ACT, TPA, NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS ACT, ARBITRATION ACT, REGISTRATION ACT, TRUST, EASEMENT & EQUITY, UPZA & Other Local Acts for UP & DELHI RENT CONTROL ACT. AND LOCAL ACTS OF H.P., M.P., CHHATISGARH, RAJASTHAN, HARYANA & PUNJAB, J&K (For the Local Acts special extra classes will be organized). CUSTOMARY LAW OF HARYANA & PUNJAB. ESSAY WRITING, GENERAL STUDIES SUBJECTS-i.e. INDIAN HISTORY, ECONOMY GEOGRAPHY, SCIENCE & TECH, CURRENT AFFAIRS & CURRENT LEGAL DEVELOPMENTS.
Meticulously prepared detailed study material & Latest & Landmark cases will be provided on these subjects (Main Subjects).
Subject wise faculties are as follows: Rahul Sir- IPC, CPC, Cr.P.C., Evidence, Constitution (Fundamentals), SRA (some topics), Limitation Act, Jurisprudence.
Nidhi Madam-Hindu Law, Muslim Law, Tort, Sales of Goods Act, Partnership Act, Administrative Law.
Goma Madam- Contract, Indemnity, Guarantee, Bailment and Pledge & Agency, Some Portions of SRA,
Neeraj Sir-Arbitration, Registration, NI Act, TPA, Polity, Trust, Easement and Equity & Local Acts.
Tripathi/Mishra Sir- Current Affairs, Essay.
Mr. Bharat Chugh - Occasional special orientation lectures (his class will be organized as per his availability)
For current affairs — A current affairs magazine will be provided free of cost every month and there will be fortnightly classes on latest current affairs and latest legal issues.
For G.S. Classes there is a team of 4 specialised teachers.
For Essay, there will be a specialist teacher to teach Essay writing skills. Several (more than 100) model essays will also be supplied to the Students.
For translation and English, Hindi, Précis writing, hundreds of practice papers will be provided in the form of handouts & Practice test papers.
For G.S. ,Current affairs & Law, there will be regular objective and subjective tests.
Students can also avail the facility of individualised objective/Subjective test papers at the office.
Their can be occasional combined special lectures for all batches.
Presently we are not providing any classroom course for the IAS exams.