The Al-Ameen Education society has numerous colleges in its repertoire. The society was spearheaded in 1996 by Dr. Mumtaz Ahmed Khan aided by a trusted few employees. The name Al – Ameen heralds the values that the college stands for. The term translates into “trust worthy”. With over 135 educational institutions, Al – Ameen educational society is a true treasure trove of education.
With schools, destitute homes, teacher training, tailoring and technical education institutes, the society reaches every strata of society and encompasses the entire spectrum of education. Of all the institutions, Al-Ameen College of Law is a microcosm of the educational society itself.
Established in Bangalore in the year 1991, the Al-Ameen College of Law has risen to being a sought after establishment of education. The college is affiliated to the Karnataka State Law University in Hubli. Further, it is also recognized by the Bar Council of India.
The motivation or inspiration to establish a college of law stemmed from the need to serve society and to educate students about the law of the country. The sole driving purpose behind the institution is the need to give young minds quality legal education. Of all the objectives set forth by the college, the devotion to education as an entity unto itself stands out.
Al -Ameen College of Law offers a three year bachelor degree of law and a five year integrated law degree. Both the degrees are awarded to students who have with due diligence passed all the course work prescribed.
The regulations dictated by the Bar Council of India and the syllabus as prescribed by the Karnataka State Law University control the pedagogy and time frame of the semesters in the college.
Admissions to the three year Bachelor of law degree require a bachelor degree with at least 45% aggregate marks from a recognized university. Candidates with degrees from correspondence and open universities are eligible to apply.
Admissions to the five year integrated bachelor of law degree require a minimum of 45 % marks in the final pre-university or 10+2 examination. The examination should be recognized by the State or Central government educational authorities as being equivalent to the pre-university examination. The admissions are based solely on the marks obtained. Backward caste certificates result in a 5% relaxation of the minimum required percentage.
The faculty at Al-Ameen are all well-qualified individuals with sufficient expertise in the areas that they teach. All the lecturers have a master’s degree in law. The drive to instill the need to stand by the truth regardless of the circumstances drives the lecturers forward.
The aim to produce lawyers who will defend the fundamental rights of individuals in any given scenario pushes the faculty to innovate and keep up with the changing trends of teaching.
With a well-stocked library and state of the art infrastructure, Al-Ameen is poised to revolutionize law education in the country.
Al-Ameen College of Law
Hosur Road, near Lalbagh main gate,
Bangalore – 560027