Parents committee is a non profit body that fosters the development of the college. Parents being one of the important stakeholders play a vital role in the development of the college. Hence, their guidance and valuable suggestions become utmost important to take our institution to greater heights.
Objectives of the committee:
- To provide a platform for the parents to participate, analyze, make recommendations and effectively practise the implementation of decisions on matters affecting the teaching and learning process.
- To maintain transparency in terms of Academics, Internals, Continuous Internal Assessment (CIA) and Evaluation.
- To foster mutual understanding, harmonious relationship and cooperation among stakeholders to achieve the common goal.
- To discuss the education policies and programs of the college.
- To address the concerns of the parents.
The Students’ Academic Council (SAC) is a link between students and teachers or the college to make their communication efficient, to enable students to bring to their college administration, their view upon the learning process. The Students’ Academic Council promotes and protects the rights and interests of the students such as their right to participation in the college curricular and co-curricular activities, provides an opportunity for creative and personal realization, leadership skills of the students.
The Students’ Academic Council brings general awareness among students regarding the existing and proposed/new rules, procedures and policies pertaining to academics – especially teaching and evaluation process.
The Students’ Academic Council also acts as a means of information dissemination among students regarding the above issues. The Students’ Academic Council on the whole represents the interests of the entire student community of the college, thereby shoulders special responsibility on them. Among other objectives it mainly aims at improvement of the quality of education, monitoring the training process, training ethics and educational work, public relations and such other related issues.
The student representatives of mentor’s and mentee’s are also including in the Students’ Academic Council, which will also look into how the mentor’s and mentee’s (student representatives) provide assistance to the slow learners. The Students’ Academic Council will also review on the availability of books, propose program relevant to academic interest, ensure participation in moot activities including extra-curricular and co-curricular activities and such issues shall be placed and discussed in the Students’ Academic Council meeting. The outcomes will be evaluated by the staff committee and they suggest for necessary remedial actions.
The Students’ Academic Council meeting shall be held periodically in every semester.
Composition of SAC:
- Chief Coordinator – Principal
- SAC Coordinator – Teaching Staff
- Class-Wise Student Representatives – Two student representatives from each class
- During SAC meeting – Chairman (Chief Executive/Principal),
- Special Invitees – Senior Staff
The college is a place where a Diaspora of students and faculty engage themselves in teaching, learning, research and other extensional activities. The stakeholders being the wealth of the college should positively contribute to a learning atmosphere in which each one’s ideas, interest and principles are valued and respected. Every stakeholder has a privilege to assert their rights and enjoy the facilities given to them. But liberty and freedom should not be misused. Hence, raises a need of a ‘Code of Conduct ’. It sets out certain rules, regulations and principles for its stakeholders have to adhere; failure to which they will have to face serious consequences and disciplinary action. JSSLC being an Autonomous College functions on this base and has formulated the code of conduct for its stakeholders, and expects good conduct in and outside the campus.
The college also has in place a Code of Conduct Monitoring Committee to ensure its stakeholders their rights and at the same time to check upon deviant behaviour that may affect the smooth functioning of the college.
Apart from this, the committee works with the following objectives:
- Engages in educational activities in keeping with the vision and mission of the institution
- Identifies and Understands the Ethics relevant for the institutional activities
- Establishes standards / acceptable benchmarks
- Frames ethical policies and also whistle blower policies to report deviations
- Consultation , Mediation, Counselling, Education and creating awareness
- Reviews policies or practices
- Establishes procedures to deal with ethical deviations / professional misconduct
- To assist the CIA Monitoring committee to investigate into reported cases of academic dishonesty during examinations
- Supports the Vigilance squad to maintain overall dignity, discipline and decorum of the institution
- To ensure protection and safety of whistle blowers and acknowledge their contribution in maintaining the ethical standard.
Members of the Committee: (2021-2022)
- Prof. K.S. SURESH – Chief Patron
- Dr. S. Nataraju – Chairperson
- Prof. P. Shivananda Bharathi – Member
- Prof. M.P. Nagendra Murthy – Member
- Dr. N. Vani Shree – Member
- Prof. M.C. Usharani – Member
- Sri. Muddumadappa – Administrative representative
- Smt. Nandini M.S. – Member Secretary
In an organisational set up all human activities must be performed in tune with the objectives of the organisation. The responsibility of the mentor is to frame the personal behaviour of the individuals involved to achieve the goals of association. Mentor system is for the management and development of the persons participating in the affairs of the organisation. It aims at process of manifestation of the inner virtues, abilities, creativities and attitudes of the participants of the institution. Objectives of Mentor system in JSS Law College:
- To inculcate the values of HRM and HRD.
- To train the senior students in HRM so that they will suit the requirements of the employing concerns.
- To build a good relationship between the seniors and junior students in the college.
- To develop role models.
- To eradicate the negative attitudes among the juniors.
- To strengthen the academic pursuits by helping one another.
- To ensure better participation of the students in the college activities and programmes.
- To counsel the juniors to solve their problems.
- To establish link between the faculty and the students.
Responsibilities of the mentors:
- To reorganise the abilities and capacities of the junior and to bring them to the notice of the faculty.
- To notice negative aspects of the behaviour and inform the teachers.
- To encourage them in academic pursuits, research and seminar efforts. Development f language abilities.
- To attract the juniors to mooting exercise.
- To supervise the participation of the juniors in college programmes.
- To sensitize students on environment and ecology
- To involve students in eco-friendly practices
- To observe and conduct various activities for students on environmentally significant days
- To make students participate and contribute for the animal adoption scheme
- To indulge students in trekking adventures
- To encourage students in green practices such as vehicle free day, bird feeder, appreciating bi-cyclists, waste segregation, plastic free zone, nature and wildlife photography contest, pet space, visit to zoo or wildlife sanctuaries etc.
Coordinator: Smt. Sheela Ganesh
Green Guides Activities (2020-21 & 2021-22)
February 2021: February 2021: JSSLC Green Guides Wing & Rotaract Club volunteers visited pinjarapole, an Animal Welfare Organisation at Mysuru on 13.2.2021 and provided cattle feed. June 2021: JSSLC Green Guides Wing conducted Mobile Photography Contest with Theme: Food During Lockdown (Food to Remember) from 12.6.21 to 21.6.21. Google drive link June 2021: JSSLC Green Guides Wing organised Class-wise ePoster Activity with yoga postures and its significance in view of International Yoga Day on 21.6.2021. Google drive link September 2021: Green Guides Wing of JSSLC adopted “Malabar Giant Squirrel” for a period of one year from 18.9.2021 to 17.9.2021 by making online payment of Rs. 10,000/- (greenguides@paytm) under Animal Adoption Scheme of Mysuru Zoo, Sri. Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens, Mysuru. October 2021: Green Guides Wing of JSSLC conducted (Virtual) National Wildlife Week 2021 from 2.10.2021 to 8.10.202 1 by organising events like Photography, Drawing/Painting and Poetry Writing in virtual mode for the students of JSSLC on the theme Past, Present and Future”. ( email@example.com ) “Man & Wildlife: Google drive link October 2021: JSSLC Green Guides Wing observed the International Day of Girl Child on 11.10.2021 by carrying out an online survey in Google Forms. November 2021: JSSLC Green Guides Wing cater love, c organised online eposter activity “Pet Space” to are and compassion of our students towards their pet creatures. animals/birds/other Google Drive Link: January 2022: JSSLC Green Guides Wing and Trishul Adventures organise “Kumara Parvatha Trek” (4 th Highest Peak of Western Ghats in Karnataka) on 13 Photographs th and 14 th of January 2022
The Placement Cell plays a crucial role in locating job opportunities for Under Graduates and Post Graduates passing out from the college by keeping in touch with reputed firms and industrial establishments. The Placement Cell operates round the year to facilitate contacts between companies and graduates. The number of students placed through the campus interviews is continuously rising. On invitation, many reputed companies visit the institute to conduct interviews. Our ingenious alumnae have set new standards in the corporate world and government sectors through their estimable contributions and it is my firm conviction that we will continue that legacy in the years to come.
The final placement process begins during the final semester of the programme. The Placement Cell organizes career guidance programmes for all the students starting from first year. The cell arranges training programmes like Mock Interviews, Group Discussions, and Communication Skills Workshop etc. It also invites HR Managers from different industries to conduct training programmes for final year students.
- Create awareness among students regarding available career options and help them in identifying their career objectives.
- Guide the students in developing skills and job-search strategies required to achieve their career objectives.
- Identify suitable potential employers and help them achieve their hiring goals.
- Organize activities concerning career planning.
- Act as a bridge between students, alumni and employers.
- Take feedback from industry and provide inputs for curriculum.
Procedure for Recruitment
Types of recruitment
- On campus- shall include the process where even a part of the interview is held in the college. It also includes tests/interviews conducted via video conferencing or through voice call.
- Off campus- firms at liberty to call for interviews outside the campus or to their office.
Guidelines for firms
- The Recruiters’ registration is to be done prior to recruitment.
- The Recruiters can have Induction programmes or other sessions of similar kind to explain the nature of the job or for other similar purposes. [Pre-placement talk]
- The Recruiters are free to stipulate all reasonable eligibility criteria to filter the candidates at the threshold of the recruitment process.
- The Recruiters are required to disclose all the conditions of the vacant job for which the recruitment process is going on. Disclosure at threshold is to be made about the number of vacant positions, salary and other terms of employment. Any additional stipulated condition is to be informed to the candidate and the College Placement Cell subsequently.
- All communication with the candidate till the end of the recruitment process shall happen through the College Placement Cell.
- Recruiters can have their own structure for the recruitment process which may include group discussions, aptitude tests, interviews and any other method.
- Recruiters are requested to mail or deposit with the Placement Cell, their list of selected candidates along with a list of candidates who have been wait‐listed, in order of their preference.
- The selected candidates who feature on more than one Recruiters List will be given the liberty of accepting the offer of their choice. In the event of a selected student not joining a Recruiter, for any reason whatsoever, the candidates on the waiting list will be elevated. This will be done according to the order of preference given by the recruiters. The final decision of the candidates will thereafter be intimated to the Recruiters.
Faculty Coordinator: Smt. Tejaswini M
JSSLC Research Wing strives to cater to the needs of the young budding lawyers, academicians,
- To attract and stimulate young researchers to pursue advanced studies in the area of law.
- To organize seminars, webinars, workshops and training programs
- To enhance the quality and capability of both faculties and students through Faculty Development programs and student exchange programme respectively.
- To publish papers in journals, books for the benefit of the legal fraternity and to the other related fields.
- To bridge the gap between the theory and practice by responding to the current social changes with the expert opinions and live cares.
- To expand the area of research through collaboration with government, non-government organization, academic institutions like college and universities.
- To encourage young budding lawyer to be an ardent reader, in order be an effective and efficient researcher.
- To encourage to have a wider perspective towards research by just not limiting to the research, but also to analyse and communicate the research findings.
- To contribute back to the field of legal studies.
- To undertake all such activities and programs that may be necessary to meet the ends of the objectives of the JSSLC Research Wing.
Faculty Coordinator: Mr. Pranav Kumar Nair
Student Coordinator: Ms. Chandana V S
Core Committee Members:
1. A Aneesh
2. Aamir Farzan Shariff
3. Abhijith Koundinya G R
4. Mohammed Subhan
5. Pruthvi S
Library Committee Objectives
- To make the information resources available for teaching, learning, research, knowledge, etc. by collecting and preserving them.
- To serve the academic user community through offering various information services.
- To computerise the services and operations in library.
- To inculcate sound library culture
Objectives of Hostel committee
- To provide a safe, secure and clean accommodation for the inmates which will ensure smooth learning and good health.
- To provide all required facilities to all inmates.
- To create an atmosphere of harmony and cooperation among all inmates.
- To run and manage provision of food efficiently.
- To provide a platform for grievance redressal.
- To provide inmates peaceful environment to enable them excel in studies and other cocurricular activities
Cultural committee is responsible to organise and promote all intra and inter collegiate cultural events in the college to bring out the hidden talents of the students in performing arts. To Plan and make a Schedule of cultural events during the academic year and to encourage students to participate. The main Objective of Cultural Committee is to encourage students to showcase their creativity and shed their inhibitions. Outcome of Cultural Committee is to create a suitable atmosphere to work as a team and refresh themselves from their routine.
Our Vision is to encourage students in Cultural events/activities/competitions and to develop more and more talent among students in Cultural activities.
Our Mission is to enhance the talents of the students, so they can show and participate in maximum number in different cultural events/activities/competitions.
- To strive to be dynamic in our approach to attain cultural diversity by capturing the vibrant persona of our students.
- To organize a really successful cultural festivals which helps our college in terms of recognition amongst other colleges
- To attain maximum visibility of our college by the events we conduct.
- To encourage and promote the talent of the students in our college.
Functions of the Committee
- To provide platform to students to exhibit their talents.
- To provide entertainment to students.
- To showcase their talents to outside world to get recognition.
- To promote a dynamic cultural heritage that is preserved, used and developed.
- To inculcate leadership qualities among students.
- To provide platform to faculty to exhibit their talents.
Procedure to organize cultural events :
- To obtain formal permission from the College authorities to arrange programs.
- To decide the date, time and agenda of the programs.
- To inform members of staff and students about the events.
- To arrange the venue and logistics (audio/video system, dais, podium etc).
- To invite the Chief Guest and other dignitaries.
- To arrange mementos for guests and gifts/certificates for the participants.
- To make the collaterals and, committee shall display on the Notice Board/Website information about festivals to be celebrated.
Facilities provided by the committee
- A cultural hall is provided to students for showcasing their talents.
- Dressing rooms are provided to participants.
- Transportation will be provided for all the students and faculty attending the event.
- Provides disciplinary actions for security purpose.
- Provides refreshments to participants.
Events arranged for students in coordination with ‘Students Cultural Committee’
a. Fresher’s Day
b. Teachers’ Day
c . National Festival Celebrations
d . Farewell
f. Photography day
g. Ethnic day
Faculty Coordinator: Tejaswini M
Students Co-ordinators 2022-23:
|I Year BA. LLB
|1. Pranav U Hulalli
|2. Nithyashree P
|II Year BA.LLB
|1. N Dhruv
|III Year BA.LLB
|1. Roopesh G Gowda
|2. Vinayaka M
|3. Megha K
|IV Year BA.LLB
|1. G Ramya
|2. Ponnamma M T
|3. Prajwal Devanna
|V Year BA.LLB
|1. Smrithi Holla
|2. Aninditha Angadi
|I Year BBA. LLB
|1. Risha Nanaiah K
|2. Apporva R
|II Year BBA.LLB
|1. Akash Mulewa
|III Year BBA.LLB
|1. Poorna S
|2. Anish R Anvekar
|IV Year BBA.LLB
|1. Amulya Bhat
|2. Gnanesh S
|V Year BBA.LLB
|1. Arjun Hebbar
|2. Rich Takkar
Women’ Cell PURPOSE/OBJECTIVES:
LEGAL AID COMPETITION
As part of Prof. V.S.Mallar Memorial Legal Aid Competition, the students of 5th and 3rd Semester BA.LL.B of JSS Law College conducted various activities and a street play.
First school where the students conducted a session of ‘Speed Mentoring’ was at Government Higher Primary Pylwaan Basavaiah School, Jayanagar, Mysore on the 20th of September, 2022. We delivered a comprehensive lecture on the Right to Education. The next school where we conducted a ‘Speed Mentoring’ session was at Government School, Ashokapuram, Mysore (NTMS School). We addressed the problem of the increasing number of ‘Child Marriages’ in Mysore, especially during the pandemic. The third school where we conducted a session was Karnataka Public School, Kuvempunagar, Mysore on the 22nd of September, 2022. In this school, class 8 was allotted to us. We spoke about domestic violence. The last institute where we conducted a session was Trinity PU college, Mysore. In that college, the students of Law spoke about child sexual abuse and sexual harassment. The students listening to this lecture war of class 11 and 12.
- Nanjungud at 4:00 p.m. A crowd of 225 to 250 people in the village was present. Earlier to the event we had requested the Panchayat Development Officer. We presented both street plays on 23 September 2022 at Devarsanahalli, of the village to let people know about these activities.
- We conducted Jan Sunwaii as well as street play on the same day in order to gather a lot of people and ensure that there is widespread awareness regarding the laws of domestic violence as well as the right to education. In the beginning, there were no much people but as and when the play was going on more people joined to watch do play.
- The whole purpose of doing a street play on the subject matter of domestic violence was to let people know the heinousness of a crime like domestic violence. After our survey for Jan Sunwai and Community Halt we had learnt that an offence like domestic violence was not even considered an offence and the voices of victims of domestic violence were not heard because they were scared of the family’s reputation name and other factors about how the society will treat them when they report it. Through this act we were able to convey about the legislation regarding domestic violence and the need to report it along with a play based on various true events.