Deccan Education Society Law College
Deccan Education Society Law College, Pune is a recent addition to the Deccan Education Society. DES Law College has resplendently secured the 15th position amongst 25 Top Law Colleges in the country as per India Today Ranking, 2007-2008 and the 3rd best Law College in Maharashtra. It is affiliated to Pune University and recognied by Bar Council of India (BCI).Read More
Deccan Education Society Law College Details
- In order to be eligible to the B.S.L LL.B (5 Year Law Course) a candidate should have passed 10+2 or its equivalent with minimum 40% marks for candidates belonging to S.C / S.T. and 45% marks for others.
- In order to be eligible to the LL.B. course a candidate must be a graduate of any faculty of any University whose degree is recognized to be equivalent to the corresponding degree of Pune University. The candidate should have secured minimum 40% marks for candidates belonging to S.C. / S.T. and 45% marks for others.
- In order to be eligible to the LLM course a candidate should have passed LL.B. 3 Year Degree Course or B.S.L. LL.B. 5 Year Integrated Course.
- In order to be eligible to the Diploma course, a candidate must be a graduate of any faculty of any University whose degree is recognized to be equivalent to the corresponding degree of Pune University.
The application forms for the desired course will be issued in the college itself and the candidate can obtained it by paying DD of the specified amount and submitting all the documents required by the college.
Admission to the courses will be based on merit and interviews.
Foreign students seeking admission to this college should contact the International Student Centre at the University of Pune for obtaining a letter of admission. Admissions to foreign students will be granted after producing a letter of admission issued by the University of Pune.
Facilities and Infrastructure
DES Law College has spacious class rooms, seminar halls and administrative office.
DES Law college Library has a collection of over 7,000 volumes of primary and secondary materials including Indian and foreign books, various Committees and Commission Reports, Back Volumes of Journals, Reports and Digests. Library is accessible from 10.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. on all working days. Library provides individualized reading space with table lamps for 100 students. Computer with internet facility is accessed by student community.
D.E.S Law College has a well equipped and spacious Computer Section with state-of-art facility to impart training connected with legal education. High speed broadband connectivity provides an extended access to vast intellectual resources. Access to online Legal Resources and Search Engines like Manupatra and Super Law is available. Students are provided with CD-writing, Scanning and Printing facilities.
D.E.S. Law College is moving towards enhancing the technological teaching aids in the classrooms as well, facilitated with a LCD Projector and a Laptop.
The college provides hostel facilities for our students, availability of which is on merit-basis. The hostel messes provide fresh and quality food.
The college provides a well equipped gymnasium and an expansive open ground for all the outdoor athletic sports activities.
Life @ DES Law College
The college encourages students to undertake activities for the overall development of the individuals. Some of the activities that students are currently engaged in are: Moot Court, Legal Aid, Seminars, Legal Research and Field Visits.
Placement and Future Prospects
The college has a Placement committee which helps students in getting placed in top most law firms and companies.
The Alumni Cell is the link between the former students with the current students and staff members of the College. It is a forum where the current/prospective students can have a glimpse of their worthy seniors and at the same time, the alumni also keep themselves informed about the news and events at the College. To actualize this idea of building a strong alumni, every year on the first Sunday of February the alumni shall meet to bridge the gap between what is gone, what is there and what is to come.