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Applied Management Models

  2. 2. Presentation by Maj. Gen. Nilendra Kumar Director Amity Law School, AUUP, Noida on 13 April, 2012
  3. 3. Role of Private Universities in Legal Education
  4. 4. SCOPE Managerial concepts as applied to a Legal Education Provider in Private Sector
  5. 5. Applied Management denotes the applied application of one or more accepted management techniques.
  6. 6. The gift of education is the greatest gift a human being can confer upon his fellowmen. Nani Palkhivala
  7. 7. PURPOSE OF EDUCATION Education has been called the technique of transmitting civilisation. In order that it may transmit civilisation, it has to perform two major functions, it must enlighten the understanding; and it must enrich the character. Nani Palkhivala
  8. 8. IT MUST ENRICH THE CHARACTER Example 1. 2. 3. 4. Value system Righteousness Communication skills Environmental sensitivity
  9. 9. LEGAL EDUCATION Legal education is the education of individuals who intend to become legal professionals or those who simply intend to use their law degree to some end, either related to law (such as politics or academic) or business.
  10. 10. FACTORS THAT HAVE ACCELERATED NEED FOR REFORMS IN LEGAL EDUCATION • • • • • • Social & economic transformation. Economic liberalisation. Emergence of India as a dominant economic power. Increasing foreign direct investment. WTO. (To allow equal treatment to law persons from other jurisdictions). Possibility of entry of foreign law firms.
  11. 11. Setting up of National Law Schools (started in 1986) was a sequel to disillusionment with traditional mode of law teaching.
  12. 12. SETTING UP OF NATIONAL LAW SCHOOLS 1. Lack of satisfaction archaic legal education. 2. Changes and innovation in legal education. 3. Growing interest of higher judiciary in legal education. 4. Entry of foreign qualified faculty. 5. Foundation laid by outstanding and visionary faculty.
  13. 13. MARKET SURVEY ESTIMATION SCOPE 6 million advocates 40,000 lawyer positions 40,000 new law students equivalent to $ 4.3 billion in US wages will be graduating every year. outsourced by 2015.
  14. 14. PRIVATISATION implies Transfer of government services or assets to the private sector.
  15. 15. Main features of Privatisation of Education • • • • • Greater flexibility in approach and policies Accountability of faculty and staff Operation as a profit centre Necessity for competition Scope for innovation and experimentation as regards courses
  16. 16. AREAS OF MANAGEMENT SPECIALISATION • • • • Human Resources Finance Marketing Production
  17. 17. Management of legal education is focused at the student
  18. 18. Product STUDENT
  19. 19. PRODUCT Quality Management
  20. 20. 1. Intrinsic Value by upgraded academic injection. 2. Value Addition a) Innovative use of clinical legal education b) Foreign languages c) Enhancing leadership and organisational qualities among students by way of Convenor, Dy. Convenor, Class Representatives and School Captain etc.
  21. 21. CLINICAL LEGAL EDUCATION MODES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Moots Legal Aid Clinics Internship Mock Trials Legal Writing
  22. 22. MANAGEMENT BY MONITORING AND EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION • Special attention to weak students under the mentor-mentee system. • Mentor role performed by the HR helps in the effective guidance of the students.
  23. 23. HUMAN RESOURCES Faculty Staff
  24. 24. MANAGEMENT BY MOTIVATION Faculty is motivated 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. To attend seminars and conferences. Contribute at least one paper in each semester. Participate in Faculty Development Programmes. Encouraged to enroll for doctoral research. Non law faculty advised to acquire law degree. Writing text books
  25. 25. Staff is motivated • To pursue higher studies • To enhance their knowledge • To be a part of important activities like placement, orientation and convocation etc.
  26. 26. FINANCE Law School managed as a profit centre
  27. 27. Activities like cultural events and competitions etc. are all expected to be self sustaining.
  28. 28. Cost of production (academics) plus profit
  29. 29. INCREASE REVENUE GENERATION Legal Assistance Course
  30. 30. Cost cutting 1. Single answer sheet 2. Online law journals 3. Re-use of paper and envelopes
  31. 31. Marketing
  32. 32. MARKETING Students Recruiters (Placement) Counsels Corporate Law Judiciary Law Offices Schools
  33. 33. CLAT ENTRANCE TEST Promote Amity Law School to candidates and parents.
  34. 34. MANAGEMENT IN LAW SCHOOL 1. 2. Amizone Management by - Faculty - Staff - Students - University - Parents 3. External environment BCI Other law schools Corporates
  35. 35. PRODUCTION Academic dispensation
  36. 36. Function Projects Academic Guest lecture Clinical legal education
  37. 37. AMIZONE Management through an online system
  38. 38. I found that opportunity multiplied when they are seized, they die when they are neglected. I am not the type of man who complains of noise when opportunity knocks at the door. Nani Palkhiavla
  39. 39. Therefore, grab the opportunity to design and run innovative need based programmes.
  40. 40. Any Questions!
  41. 41. Thanks