BISHOP COTTON WOMEN’S CHRISTIAN LAW COLLEGE BENGALURU

Recognized by Government of Karnataka / Approved by Bar Council of India / Affiliated to Karnataka State Law University /
Managed by Karnataka Central Diocese of the Church of South India
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Bishop Cotton Women’s Christian Law College

No: 19, 3rd Cross,
C. S. I. Compound,
Mission Road,
Bangalore - 560 027.
Tel    : +91 80 2212 1898
Fax   : +91 80 2248 5542
Email :  bcwclc2002@gmail.com
 

"Lord God Almighty, none is as mighty as you.
In all things you are faithful O Lord."
"You give us great victories; in your love you make us triumphant."

Psalm 89: 8 & 17

About Us

The Bishop Cotton Women’s Christian Law College is a pioneer in introducing legal education exclusively for women to instill values for meeting the needs of justice in the society.

The College was inaugurated on 14th July 2002 and is offering Courses such as

  • BBA.LL.B  ( 5 year Integrated Law Course )

  • LLB  ( 3 year Course )

Smt. Shiny Harsha a visionary  with positivistic zealous approach took over as the Principal of the College with effect from 27-Aug-2016.

Our Principal

From the Principal's Desk

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Our Faculty
Our teaching faculty consists of teachers from the legal and other profession. The lecturers in law are also practising advocates.

 Faculty Details

           

Our Staff
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History at a glance:

The Bishop Cotton Women’s Christian Law College is the great grand child of the prestigious Bishop Cotton School which found its establishment in the year 1865. In 1911 the School was bifurcated and the Bishop Cotton Girls School was housed in Stanford House. In 1985, Bishop Cotton College was started which was upgraded to Bishop Cotton Women's Christian Degree College in 1987. They moved into the present campus in 1999. This College being dedicated to the cause of women's higher education which is considered to be a vital service to the nation, took initiative to start a Law College exclusively for woman as it was felt that woman should know their rights and should fight for their cause. Thus Bishop Cotton Women's Christian Law College came into existence in 2002.

Recognition, Affiliation and Management

The Bishop Cotton Women’s Christian Law College is recognized by the Government of Karnataka, affiliated to Bangalore University till 2008-09 and from 2009-10 affiliated to Karnataka State Law University and approved by the Bar Council of India. The College is managed by the Board of Management of Karnataka Central Diocese of Church of South India.

 

Building

The Law College has its wonderful building in the C. S. I. Compound, Bangalore. It is provided with a well equipped library, a classically designed moot court hall, a posh Auditorium, a self contained staff room, spacious class rooms and a computer lab.

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 The Motto :

The Motto of the college

"nec dextrorsum nec sinistrorsum"
is the Latin equivalent of the words
“Neither to the right nor to the left.”

These words as found in the Bible in Deuteronomy 5: 32 were spoken to Israelites by Moses with the implication that they should strictly abide by the commandments of the Lord. This motto depicts integrity and determination. The motto emphatically depicts steadiness, steadfastness and straight forwardness.

 

The Shield and the Crest:

The Crest on the College Shield is that of the family of Bishop George Edward Lynch Cotton of Calcutta. The Crest is divided vertically down the centre. On the right side (Dexter) of the crest , (left side as we look at it) are found Arms of the Bishopric of Calcutta,

namely the Bishop’s Mitre (Head Dress), the Bishop’s Stalk and the Open Bible. The left side (sinister) of the Crest (Right side as we look at it) contains the Arms of the ancient house of Cotton of Combermere in England to which Bishop Cotton belonged.

The white 8-shapped figures are the skeins of cotton which represent their line of work. The inverted V-shaped Chevron represents a distinguished service in military. Thus the Crest symbolizes the godliness, work, service, and courage which a student of Law is to be adorned with.

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Aims and Objectives
To develop a rich and healthy environment in which the students will be able to cultivate a love for learning.
To equip the students with a sound instruction which will provide an insight into the world of reality and help them face problems in life practically.
To create a moral, spiritual and social awareness through the involvement of educational, social and cultural programmes thereby strengthening the students overall personality.
To provide an opportunity to involve themselves in the development process of our country and to realize the importance of national and international integration.
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Mission Statement

" Venturing to make a difference
In the legal fraternity

Addressing the social issues
To bring change in the society

Imparting knowledge and values
In depth to be the standard and excellent citizens

Nec Dextrorsum
Nec Sinistrorsum "

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Vision Statement

" To sensitize the students to be a
change in the legal fraternity and
uphold justice in all circumstances.

To endeavour for the holistic betterment
of women and children, the needy and
the community at large.

To practise and uphold the values
of integrity, commitment and all virtues
and attempting great things for god expecting nothing.

Nec Dextrorsum
Nec Sinistrorsum "

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