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Surendranath Law College

  • Amherst Street, 24/2, Mahatma Gandhi Rd, Baithakkhana, Kolkata, West Bengal 700007

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There is no need to introduce Surendranath Banerjea as a famous patriot, political figurehead, orator, educator, and journalist. Throughout India's history, he has been one of the most notable figures. He was the creator of this esteemed school, and the college still lives up to his great aim of making higher education accessible to as many people in society as possible.

 

The Presidency School, which served as the foundation for the current institution, was established in 1882 and transferred to Sir Surendranath Banerjea on January 1st, 1884. He gave it the status of a college with an F.A. affiliation and gave it the name "THE PRESIDENCY INSTITUTION". Within a year, the facility underwent a full transformation into a first-class college under the name "RIPON COLLEGE." The Post-Graduate Department of Law was established in 1884, and in 1885, it became associated with Calcutta University as a standalone professional institution, significantly expanding its scope of operation. Since that time, Sir Surendranath has not only stayed in charge of the organisation for as long as he lived but has also been involved in the college as a teacher. As a tribute to the Viceroy's progressive ideals, Sir Surendranath gave his institution the name of Lord Ripon. However, the college's name was changed to Surendranath College once independence, the noble goal to which Sir Surendranath devoted his entire life, was achieved. This was done in honour of Sir Surendranath, who founded this institution and cared for it with everlasting love and devotion.

 

The prestigious Law College is today regarded as one of the nation's oldest law schools. The first president of India, Dr. Rajendra Prosad, the first governor of West Bengal, Harendra Kumar Mukherjee, the first chief justice of the Supreme Court of India, Justice Bijan Kumar Mukherjee, and many other notable figures have all attended the college as students.

This institution was established by "Rastraguru" Surendranath Banerjea in the centre of the city, near to the Sealdah Station, with the goal of encouraging more students to enrol in high-quality education, particularly for those who came from underprivileged backgrounds. The college's previous address was 60, Mirzapur Street. 24/2, Mahatma Gandhi Road, Calcutta 700 09 is the current address.

Up until 1908, Surendranath Banerjea held complete ownership of Ripon College (now Surendranath College), Ripon Law College, and the Collegiate School. In 1909, Surendranath Banerjee, the owner, deemed it desirable to divest himself of all private property rights he had over the aforementioned institutions and vest them with a Public Charitable Trust in order to put the Ripon Group of Institutions on a permanent basis and affiliate them with public institutions. The trust deed's signatories were all well-known individuals and educators. Surendranath Banerjea was the first signatory, and the others were

1.Satyendra Nath Mukherjee
2.Upendra Nath Mukherjee
3.Jogesh Chandra Choudhury
4.Rashbehari Ghosh
5.Ashutosh Chaudhuri
6.Baikuntanath Sen
7.Baron Sinha of Raipur
8.Bhupendranath Basu
9.Ramendra Sundar Trivedi

 

The Ripon Group of Institutions was renamed after Rashtraguru Surendranath Banerjee after 1948, at the request of the Hon'ble Chief Justice of the High Court of Calcutta.

Surendranath Law College consistently responded to the needs of the period and society with all of its sincerity, whether it was during the pre-independence or post-independence era. Many instructors and students aggressively resisted the illegal act of partition during the Partition Movement in 1905 and 1942, and many were willing to give their lives to further the cause. In the college-affiliated Ripon Hostel, many students were detained by British police. In fact, the sense of patriotism and nationalism were genuinely inculcated among those students by their teachers.

 

Students from this college have succeeded in the educational context, including university examinations, and have won gold medals in their specialised fields of study.

 

The 3 year LL.B course was replaced with a 5 year LL.B. course at Calcutta University in the years after 1980 in order to better meet the demands of the modern world.

 

The college encourages students to routinely participate in extracurricular activities as part of its commitment to their overall development. Sports and games are very popular among students, both locally and nationally. Additionally, they participate in all India Moot Court tournaments that are hosted across the nation. Together, students and instructors plan awareness-building events across the nation to aid in the fight against social injustices and evils.

 

The students have successfully organised anti-dowry campaigns, anti-pollution campaigns outside the city, and AIDS prevention initiatives inside the college grounds with the assistance of the Directorate, other NGOs, and the Government of West Bengal.

 

Every year on December 10th, the college celebrates Universal Declaration of Human Rights Day.

 

The faculty and students at this institution are aware of the high values and rich history of this college and occasionally host several cultural events. These programmes are also designed to introduce kids to the principles and ideals of the founder and other well-known national figures.

 

Law is a dynamic field of social science. It necessitates continuous examination , re-examination, legal theory, and legislative procedures and instruments. In order to make the students aware of their responsibilities and to widen their knowledge base, the college administration plans seminars and symposiums with knowledgeable judges and juries, educators, and social thinkers.



Training for Participation in Family Court 
 

This institution, after the enactment of the Family Court, has made the decision to impart law training to the students, and with this target, the training process is in progress.



Legal Aid Clinic

As a follow-up to the centenary programme, the college opened a legal assistance clinic on campus to provide legal aid for securing social justice for the oppressed and persecuted poor. Every aspect of life in the 21st century faces new problems, including legal education. This college is modifying the academic curriculum while keeping in mind its history to better prepare students for the current social issues and requirements.


Vision

By engaging in teaching and knowledge dissemination, the Surendranath Law College aims to promote and provide high-quality legal education. The college has a detailed plan for how it will evolve. The ideals represented in the vision of our founder, Sir Surendranath Banerjee, are taken into consideration when developing and carrying out the academic programmes and activities of the college. Students now feel more duty-bound to use their legal expertise to benefit society.


Mission 
 

The purpose of Surendranath Law College is to offer a venue for the creation and dissemination of materials on the social and legal implications and applications of law. Our goal as committed experts in education is to give students the best legal education and give them the knowledge and abilities they need to become top-tier academics, professionals, and scholars in the fields of law, justice, and administration.







 
Address

3rd Floor, Taranga Plaza, 883/25 Jessore Road, Bangur
‚Äč(Opp: China Mandir) Kolkata-700055

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