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- MOOT COURT
- LEGAL ACT
- SOCIAL JUSTICE
- COMPUTER LABORATORIES
- e-LEARNING ENABLED CAMPUS
- GROOMING CLASSES
- COURT VISIT
- KLC Centre for Juvenile Justice Conducts Field Visit
- KLC Student wins Prize in Sports Meet
- INDUSTRIAL VISIT
- INDUSTRY CONNECT WEBINARS
- INTERNATIONAL CONNECT
- INTERNATIONAL IMMERSIONS – INTERNATIONAL TOUR
Books are our evergreen companion through thick and thin and at Kingston, we offer seven digital libraries as the guiding source of innovation.
There are more than 30,000 items including fiction/non-fiction, textbooks, curriculum guides and supplemental classroom materials, and educational media including CDs, DVDs, documentary videos, subscribed magazines, newspapers, and databases on all subject fields.
The E-resources include journals, conference proceedings, reports, and a whole lot of materials meeting the academic requirements of the user. The digital library ensures potent searching and an enhanced catalog display.
Moot Court as an essential part of the learning process and students are encouraged to participate in simulated exercises which help them to develop their oratory, writing, and persuasive skills.
The judiciary is independent rather than federal in structure. The highest appellate court of the judiciary is the Supreme Court of India, which often decides the legislative powers demarcated by the Constitution for Union and States. Prior to independence in 1947, the highest appellate court was the Privy Council in London and its decisions can still be binding unless overruled by the Supreme Court. High Courts are situated in each State, with subordinate criminal and civil courts.
Social Justice is ideally justice in terms of the distribution of wealth, opportunities, and privileges within a society. Here, the justice assigns rights and duties in the institutions of society, which enables people to receive the basic benefits and burdens of cooperation. The pertinent entitlements can include education, healthcare, social security, labour rights, as well as a broader system of public services, progressive taxation and regulation of markets, etc. which are needed to ensure fair distribution of wealth, equal opportunity, equality of outcome, in short a just society.
All the laboratories are designed in a sophisticated manner. They are spacious and have enough resources to do the lab experiments for the students. The college is facilitated with a well-equipped, highly furnished, fully air conditioned computer lab enriched with adequate software facility. It has Intel Pentium machines with Latest configurations and with 24 hours Internet facility. All the systems are internet connected through LAN with Administrator.
e-LEARNING ENABLED CAMPUS
Kingston Educational Institute is an e-learning enabled Campus delivering education to the students through different electronic platforms ensuring their education uninterrupted at any condition. Kingston Educational Institute has also tied up with Microsoft Education for Campus (Teams) to provide quality training to the students.
Microsoft Teams aren’t limited to classroom collaboration. Teachers can engage students in different ways with text, video, voice integrations, as well as with emojis, stickers, and GIFs. This encourages natural behaviours and allows students to interact socially making the learning experience fun and fluid.
Language and grooming classes are delivered via audio-visual means and all systems are equipped with high-quality headsets and microphones. Students have a media player for listening to audio and recorded speech. Teachers control the learner’s computer via the teacher’s console and guide the student’s learning.
The purpose of a language and grooming lab is to involve students to actively participate in language learning exercises and get more practice than otherwise possible in a traditional classroom environment.
KLC organizes workshops and court visits in order to fetch the students with a solid base of their discipline concerned. Visiting the courts is one of the most important things that aspiring solicitors and barristers can do. Court visiting and observing the flow of cases develop the understanding of the matters of the procedure involved in cases and how these influence the outcome of a case.
KLC Centre for Juvenile Justice Conducts Field Visit
The Centre for Juvenile Justice at Kingston Law College recently undertook a field visit as part of its broader curriculum program. During the visit, students of Sixth Semester BA LLB (Hons.) course were given a chance to interact and understand the issues of differently abled children. During the visit students were taken through various laws and its practical implications on those for whom these laws have been enacted.
Students of Kingston Law College are encouraged to undertake and participate in various activities including Field Visits, Legal Aid Camps and Court Visits in order to develop proper understanding and appreciation of practical social issues.
Faculty members Ms. Upala Basu and Ms. Oendrila Dutta accompanied the students for the field visit.
KLC Student wins Prize in Sports Meet
In the recently concluded Inter College Athletic Meet, 2019 held on 8-9 November, Anish Sarkar a student of First Year in Kingston Law College secured the third rank. A team of six students including Ms. Trisha Mazumder participated in the event which was organised by West Bengal State University. The venue for the event was K.N. Roy Kendriya Krirangan, Banipur where more than thirty affiliated colleges participated.
The College sports team was accompanied by faculty members Tushar Kanti Dey and Hemanta Biswas as team managers and Subhabrata Roy as coach.
Kingston Law College as always provides institutional support to its students to excel in their chosen area of sports and believes in all-round development of the students.
Industrial visit for a student is a value-added learning method. Learning from textbooks, lectures and other study material does not suffice for holistic learning. Practical, hands-on learning is essential for better understanding of work processes and business functions. It bridges the gap between theoretical training and practical learning in real –life environment providing opportunity for interactive learning. Students are able to better identify their prospective areas of work in the overall organizational function and enhance the interpersonal skills and communication techniques.
INDUSTRY CONNECT WEBINARS
Webinars allow the students to connect with experienced industry individuals across the globe in different time zones and locations.
Kingston educational Institute is pleased to announce that it has build up a cordial relationship with the neighbouring country of Bhutan. KEI received the invitation to participate in Bhutan Educational Fair in 2020 and it was out of the 42 colleges/universities that has joined in the Fair . Nominations came from 120 applications worldwide. Thus KEI has entered into a noble higher education program with the Royal Govt of Bhutan under the leadership of Mr Tipam Bhattachejee, President KEI, Mrs Uma Bhattacharjee, Secretary KEI, Dr. Manishankar Chakraborty, Academic advisor, KEI group and Mr Vivek Rai, Representative of Govt of Bhutan. It was not only a cultural exchange program, but also KEI has signed an agreement (MOU) with the delegates from Bhutan regarding students exchange program. In this way KEI has opened a new corridor in International Education Program. It has increased the warmth and glory that KEI has been upholding for the last 16 years not only nationally , but also internationally across the world.
INTERNATIONAL IMMERSIONS – INTERNATIONAL TOUR
International Educational & Cultural Tour to Indonesia Conducted by KEI in Participation With Universitas Airlangga & University of Lampung Province. This one-of-a-kind initiative has been conducted to make our students familiar with the cultural, social and environmental aspects of the ethnically rich Island nation of Indonesia. This unique tour provided our students ample opportunities to explore Indonesia's uniqueness, and diversity coupled with its natural and ecological harmonies.