Department of Laws
- Last Updated: 21 February 2015
To learn the law is to understand for perhaps the first time one’s place in a community and society whose freedom and privileges are both defined and guaranteed by the law. Almost every area in daily Indian life is touched by the legal practice. Thus the ability to control one’s own interactions in those areas and potential to help others in them are powerful skills. It is the established fact that the process of learning the law is one of the most challenging experiences. The Department of Laws, B.P.S. Mahila Vishwavidyalaya, Khanpur Kalan (Sonipat) has been established in the year 2003 as P.S.D. Girls College. After establishment of B.P.S. Mahila Vishwadyalaya, Khanpur Kalan, Sonipat by the Haryana State Legislature Act XXXI of 2006, P.S.D. Girls Law College now Department of Laws become part of this University. The Department of Laws has been established with a purpose of advancing the course of interdisciplinary approach in the study of Law and other social and natural sciences to cater to the needs of the society by developing Professional skills in the students and awakening gender justice, to enable them to face the daunting challenge of life in liberalized and globalize environment wherein the Law and the Lawyer has to play a pivotal role by being socially relevant. The department seeks to provide to its students an opportunity to pursue academically challenging programmes in a unique and exciting environment. The Department emphasizes on strong foundation of social science and management, Constant innovation and experimentation in teaching methods, incorporating emerging areas of Law in the syllabi on a regular basis, inculcating critical thought among students. This is accomplished with the prevailing philosophy that when the teacher create a home for supportive collaboration with students, and form an ethical community that celebrates freedom of expression, the resulting environment will thus foster the development of good people who also happen to be great lawyers.