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Ansal University is strongly committed to social obligations and responsibilities. Various welfare programmes are being organized from time to time by both the faculty and the students in the city. In School of Law we have Legal aid community to impart legal awareness among people from rural areas and uneducated people.
The School of Law, Ansal University took an immense pleasure in conducting a “Legal Awareness Camp on Consumer Rights” in July, 2014 whereby the Honorable Guests renowned in the Legal Fraternity discussed regarding the same. The legal camp attracted citizens from the neighborhood seeking answers to their various consumer rights and duties.
Apart from that we provide dedicated services in healthcare, education and skill development programmes for the community welfare. The management remains committed to promote safety, health and hygiene, both within the University and externally.
AULAC (Ansal University Legal Aid Clinic) seeks to impart legal aid to vulnerable sections who most often, lack resources to tap the services of quality legal professionals. The Clinic has established a strong name for itself in the community as a committed vehicle dedicated to the cause of service and legal literacy. Street Plays, drawing and poster making competitions have been notable features of the Clinic to raise awareness of legal aid.
Darpan is the foremost social responsibility initiative of SOL along with the AULAC. Conceptualized as social outreach activity to aid the underprivileged, Darpan believes in the idea of sharing and the joy of giving. Functioning under the mandate of the Cultural Committee, Darpan organizes voluntary donation camps, sharing and welfare activities imbibing the values of care and trust.
ANSAL UNIVERSITY LEGAL AID CLINIC (AULAC)
Article 39A of the Constitution of India provides that State shall secure that the operation of the legal system promotes justice on a basis of equal opportunity, and shall in particular, provide free legal aid, by suitable legislation or schemes or in any other way, to ensure that opportunities for securing justice are not denied to any citizen by reason of economic or other disability. Articles 14 and 22(1) also make it obligatory for the State to ensure equality before law and a legal system which promotes justice on a basis of equal opportunity to all. Legal aid strives to ensure that constitutional pledge is fulfilled in its letter and spirit and equal justice is made available to the poor, downtrodden and weaker sections of the society.
In 1987 Legal Services Authorities Act was enacted to give a statutory base to legal aid programmes throughout the country on a uniform pattern. This Act was finally enforced on 9th November, 1995 after certain amendments were introduced therein by the Amendment Act of 1994. A nationwide network has been envisaged under the Act for providing legal aid and assistance. National Legal Services Authority is the apex body constituted to lay down policies and principles for making legal services available under the provisions of the Act and to frame most effective and economical schemes for legal services. It also disburses funds and grants to State Legal Services Authorities and NGOs for implementing legal aid schemes and programmes.
Ansal University Legal Aid Clinic (AULAC):
School of Law, Ansal University, has set up a Legal Aid Clinic for providing free legal Aid to the deprived, helpless, poor, downtrodden and weaker sections of the society with the broader aim of Access to Justice. The Legal Aid Clinic is a partnership between students, Faculty members and renowned Advocates of Bar. Its objects: are twofold first, to provide a public service for local people who need legal advice and representation, and are unable to afford it, and secondly to make students learn from practical experiences.
Students Participation in Ansal University Legal Aid Clinic (AULAC)
Law students deepen and broaden their knowledge of law through the practical experience of working on live cases and through a structured reflection on that legal practice. Students can also develop specific legal skills. Student participation takes place at a number of levels. Students may:
Programmes by AULAC:
School of Law, Ansal University organized a Legal Aid Awareness Camp under the aegis of Ansal University Legal Aid Clinic (AULAC) in Abhaypur and Damdama villages on April 22-23, 2017 (Situated near Sohna, Haryana). AULAC members presented their views and spread legal awareness through street play and by distribution of pamphlets. They covered topics such as Domestic Violence, Sexual harassment, Senior Citizen Rights, Child Rights, Corruption, Gender Discrimination and Dowry Prohibition and RTI .
The Villagers, mainly women discussed their problems with the volunteers. After which the volunteers address the problems. More than 40 questionnaires were filled by the people from both the villages.
The enthusiastic volunteers were highly encouraged and appreciated by the villagers including the Sarpanch. They were full of spirit and this inspired them to further perform more activities in future. They cultivated the idea of helping more people with their campaigns in the upcoming events. The sense of unity and teamwork were beaming in colors among the volunteers during the event, resulting in their stronger bonding and a successful campaign.
Legal Aid Awareness Camp at Sheetla Mata Mandir,Gurugram: Committee members of AULAC, Ansal Universityorganized an awareness camp in the premises of Sheetla Mata Mandir, Gurugram on March 31, 2017. Students explained the issues in detail such as Fundamental Rights, Fundamental Duties Child Labor, Dowry Prohibition and Domestic Violence among the people and they also disseminate print material on the same.
Adoption of Village– AULAC has planned to adopt a village and initiate local programmes for spreading legal awareness, whereby the students will make an attempt at spreading awareness amongst the people about their rights under free legal Aid, Child labour, Right to vote, Domestic violence act and Women Rights.
ANSAL UNIVERSITY LEGAL AID CLINIC (AULAC)
Faculty Coordinator AULAC