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Equal Opportunity Cell

Chanakya National Law University is committed to provide a suitable enabling environment to all students with special needs and those from marginalized sections . Equal Opportunity Cell of the University is mandated to take necessary steps in this direction. Not less than half of University students are from marginalized sections including minority status, SC/ST background, BC/EBC background and are physically chall enged. The Equal Opportunity Cell comprises of:

1. Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor of Chanakya National Law University, Patna Ex-Officio Chief-Parton
2. Registrar of Chanakya National Law University, Patna Ex-Officio Parton
3. Prof. (Dr.) S. P. Singh, Professor of Political Science & Dean, Social Science, Chanakya National Law University, Patna Course Co-ordinator
4. Dr. Priyadarshini, Associate Professor of History, CNLU, Patna Deputy Co-ordinator
5. Mr. Kumar Gaurav, Assistant Professor of Law, CNLU, Patna Assistant Co-ordinator
6. Mr. Hrishikesh Manu, Assistant Professor of Law, CNLU, Patna Assistant Co-ordinator
7. Dr. Vijay Kumar Vimal, Assistant Professor of Law, CNLU, Patna Assistant Co-ordinator

 

The terms of reference wherein the Equal Opportunity Cell at the University may undertake activities are inter alia as under:

  • To work out suitable programs/schemes, including Remedial Courses, for improving performance of students with special needs and those from marginalized sections.
  • To establish co-ordination with UGC, government and other funding agencies (including Public Sector Undertakings/ Public Sector Banks) with a view to mobilizing financial and other resources required for educational empowerment of the students from marginalized sections;
  • To provide information and act as a counselling-cum-guidance centre for students belonging to the marginalized sections, especially with regard to academic, financial and other matters;
  • To help create a socially conducive atmosphere for the growth of healthy interpersonal relations among students from marginalized sections and from various social backgrounds;
  • To help develop cordial inter-personal relationships between teachers and the students with special needs and those from marginalized sections for academic interaction and extra-curricular activities;
  • To extend help/support to the students from marginalized sections to overcome problems and barriers emanation from discrimination at any level within its mandate;
  • To organize or conduct seminars/ symposia/ workshops/ conferences/ exhibitions, etc. from time-to-time on issues of contemporary significance for empowering, educationally and culturally, students belonging to the special needs and of marginalized sections.

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