ABOUT THE COLLEGE
Dwarka's Trinity Institute of Professional Studies (TIPS) is a renowned educational institution situated only a short distance from Dwarka's Sector 10 Metro Station (opposite pillar no. 1160). The Institute is NAAC approved and has received an A+ rating from the SFRC of the Delhi Government. TIPS is a well-known and prestigious college that is affiliated with Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University. This course explores all core management concepts, enabling students to understand both the theoretical and practical facets of business management, training them to be effective managers, entrepreneurs, and leaders. Students are transformed into efficient practitioners that are ready to take on any opportunity that comes their way by regular workshops and internships. In addition, management games and role play exercises are held on a daily basis in the classroom. TIPS has made a name for itself in the field of management education as a result of its oriented targets, creative and realistic learning-based teaching pedagogy, and is one of the top GGSIPU BBA institutes in Dwarka. TIPS is proud of its alumni who have shown their mettle in the industry by delivering to the best of their ability at the completion of the course, and TIPS is proud of its alumni who have secured placements in reputable businesses. The institute has seasoned, committed, and research-oriented faculty to offer academic excellence to students. The faculty members are also educated by frequent FDPs and seminars held in the institute. Workshops, life skills sessions, counselling sessions, alumni interactions, eminent lecture series, value added classes, celebrity talk series, business tours, Seminars and conferences, and other events are arranged on a frequent basis to provide students with meaningful knowledge and to close the divide between industry and academia.
Under its Department of Law, Trinity Institute of Professional Studies (TIPS) offers a five-year integrated B.A. LL.B. programme that is accredited by the Bar Council of India and affiliated with Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU). The course is designed in such a way that it bridges the divide between theoretical knowledge and practical experience, preparing students to fulfil the requirements of TIPS, one of the best B.A.L.L.B colleges in Delhi NCR. The Department of Law is fitted with cutting-edge technologies, including ICT-enabled classes, a moot court, a special library with e-journal access, an exercise space for debate and conversation, and a Legal Aid Clinic specifically for law students. Court visits, Parliament visits, prison visits, Lok Adalat visits, and other forms of visits are all available. Students enrol in summer internship preparation and submit a short essay at the end of each year. The institute promotes experimental learning through extracurricular events such as conferences, seminars, Moot Court Competitions, Criminal/Civil Trial Advocacy Competitions, Youth Parliament, MUN (Model United Nations), discussions on contemporary legal and social problems, mock interviews, and group projects. Every year, students from all courses are given the opportunity to compose and present research papers and creative ideas at the institute's National Conference. The institute organises educational tours (national and international) for the students' overall progress. VALUE-ADDED Classes: The Institute offers value-added courses to help students develop their professional skills and become more marketable. Last year, students from all courses were given various courses such as "Digital Marketing," "Filmmaking," "Still Photography," and "Dramatics," among others. A ‘Spoken English and listening ability development course' has also been provided to help them improve their communication skills. In addition, life skills sessions, counselling sessions, alumni interactions, capacity development courses, business conferences, and specialist speaker lectures are held on a regular basis to promote transformative learning, making TIPS one of the top GGSIPU law institutes in West Delhi, Dwarka.
PEO'S (PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES)
The course goals are based around the fact that BA.LL.B. graduates will be able to:
PEO1:To obtain legal expertise and extend it to specific socio-legal topics.
PEO2: To prepare students to work as legal practitioners in courts, industries, and businesses.
PEO3: To have competent legal expertise such as argument, pleading, drafting, conveyancing, and so on.
PEO4: To comprehend and apply the legal profession's ethical ethics rules.
PEO5: To improve legal analysis and reasoning capabilities and to adapt them throughout the curriculum and in legal practise.
PEO6: To provide a forum for self-employment in the legal sector by acquiring technical skills.
PEO7: Raise public understanding of constitutional legislation and social transformations, as well as improve professional skills.
PEO8: Each graduate can improve legal study, written and oral correspondence, coordination, activism, and problem-solving skills.
SUCCESS OF THE PROGRAM
Students enrolled in the Institute's BA.LL. B (H) curriculum would be trained to:
PO1: Show substantive and procedural law knowledge and interpretation, including various legislations and relevant rules and regulations.
PO2: Develop your writing skills by framing numerous plaints, petitions, writs, and letters in proper English style and with consistency. As a result, students practise teamwork, persuasion, and therapy skills for the ethical application of the legal system.
PO3: Explain ethical principles and understand the code of ethics inherent in the practise of law. This instils ethical conduct.
PO4: Investigate and grasp developments in the rule of law, democratic reforms, civil rights, women's rights, children's rights, and the rights of the elderly, sick, and marginalised.
PO5: Make career decisions in a variety of areas. Advocacy, science, policymaking, and legal services are also possible career avenues. There are also employment openings in the private and public sectors.
SPECIFIC OUTCOME OF THE PROGRAM
PSO1: Critical Thinking: Investigate and clarify the substantive and formal rules, as well as how students learn about and comprehend the regulatory setup.
PSO2: Efficient Communication: Ability to learn and show the craft of communication and oral advocacy. The core of communication in courts of law is the capacity to project evidence in a manner that is acceptable for the client, as well as the ability to persuade by legal reasoning.
PSO3: Social Interaction: Interpret and examine legal and social issues and work toward seeking solutions
PSO4: Effective Citizenship: Instil principles of rights and obligations and apply these values in real life through legal and judicial mechanisms in order to foster collective well-being.
PSO5: Ethics: Apply ethical standards and adhere to the developed legal practises' professional ethics, obligations, and norms.
PSO6: Climate and Sustainability: Illustrate awareness of and need for sustainable change by analysing the effects of technical, legal solutions in social and environmental contexts.
PSO7: Life-long Learning: Understand the need for autonomous and life-long learning in the sense of wider legal and social transition and have the training and capacity to participate in such learning.
STRUCTURE OF THE COURSE Term frame:
5 years (Ten Semesters- Regular teaching in nine semesters and Dissertation and Internship in the tenth semester)
Intake of BA.LL.B. students (H)
The class size is limited to 60 students.
CRITERIA FOR ELIGIBILITY
Candidates must score at least 50% on the qualifying test (10+2) (best of four including English). On a revolving basis, all candidates must take the Common Law Entry Exam (CLAT) -Undergraduate, 2020 (CLAT -UG, 2020) administered by the Association of National Law Universities.
The University will not hold its own admissions CET. Students should apply for admission to the university, and the university will use the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT – UG, 2020) merit rank to assess acceptance, in compliance with the state's reservation policy. The University is in charge of the entire admissions process. Quotas for Management Admissions.The Institute retains admissions for the Management Quota, which accounts for 10% of the overall intake for each semester. Candidates running for Management Quota seats must fulfil the qualifications requirements specified below. Additionally, candidates must pass the Consortium of National Law Universities' Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) (NLUs). The merit for admission is determined by the combined marks obtained in the qualifying examination, i.e. 10+2, and the CLAT Examination Rank.
Pass in 12th class of 10+2 of CBSE or equivalent with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate* and must also have passed English (core or elective or functional) as a subject.
* Aggregate of 50% marks in the 12th class for eligibility will be taken as the aggregate of best four subjects (unless otherwise specified), including English
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After the registration , all india rank is given to all candidates based on CLAT score. The cut off for admission is decided as per counselling process. The cut off are different for Delhi Quota and non Delhi Quota students. Usually, cut off is higher ( means lesser competition) for Delhi region candidate vis a vis Outside Delhi candidates. For management quota seats, admissions are given on criteria set up by institute . The appearance in IPU CET is mandatory to be eligible for management quota seats.
Cut off of the year 2021 - 22 is as follows
Delhi General - Min Rank - 4750 Max Rank - 23308
Outside Delhi General - Min Rank - 3860 Max Rank - 4421
Delhi Scheduled Cast - Min Rank - 44033 Max Rank - 53231
OUTSIDE DELHI SCHEDULED CASTE - Min Rank - 18870 Max Rank - 37819