About Us

Hutatma Rajguru Shikshan Prasarak Mandal’s Law College

About College

Hutatma Rajguru Shikshan Prasarak Mandal is founded by the Hon’ble Shri. Dilip D. Mohite (MLA) Tal-Khed (Rajgurunagar) Dist-Pune. The Education Society registered under Bombay Public Trust Act, 1950. Dr. Shivajirao Mohite Patil is Secretary and Sau. Surekhatai Mohite Patil is Treasure.

Hutatma Rajguru Shikshan Prasarak Mandal has established various educational institutions like

College BuildingMoot Court Hall

  • Law College: Started in the 2007 at Rajgurunagar, to University of Pune, recognized by Govt. of Maharashtra and approved by Bar Council of India, New Delhi.

Knowledge” is a boon for improving and raising the standards of knowledgeable and qualitative life of every human being. It is absolutely believed by a human kind that the knowledge can improve and fill up the different colors in their life.


“To preserve and promote excellence through quality legal education by creating and disseminating knowledge to foster social transformation, cohesiveness and co-existence of civilized society”


  • To disseminate the fragrance of ‘law’ and ‘justice’ in society at national and international level.
  • To act as a think tank for legal system in India and globe by encouraging quality education, research and publication.
  • To impart quality education to meet national & global challenges.
  • To produce socially sensitive, responsible citizens and global leaders.
  • To contribute in national growth and nation building by value education.
  • To create legal mavericks with global outlook.

Board of Directors


Mr.Dilip D. Mohite (MLA)

Vice –Chairman

Mr.Satish Dangale

General Secretary

Dr. Shivajirao N. Mohite


Mrs. Surekhatai D. Mohite


Mr. Abasaheb V. Jagtap


Mr. Shantaram M. Deshmukh


Adv. Subhash V. Mohite


Mr. Arun S. Chambhare


Mr. Sopanrao N. Ghanwat


Mr. Namdeo S. Talape

Local Management Committee


Mr.Dilip D. Mohite (MLA)


Mr.Satish Dangale


Principal Dr. Shivajirao Mohite


Mrs. Surekhatai Mohite Patil


Adv. Subhash V. Mohite


Adv. Subhash V. Kad


Adv. Swanand G. Dixit


Adv. Ganesh Honrao


Mr. Sopanrao N. Ghanwat


Prof. Mahendra Kharat

Committee Secretary

Prof. Kiran Shinde

Feature of Law College

The Teaching Staff: The college teaching staff consists of highly qualified, efficient and widely experienced teachers. Eminent advocates and other concerned important personalities have agreed to deliver Guest Lectures, while the regular staff has been selected from among the best of Advocates.

Seminars/workshops legal aid etc: The College has always organized Seminars/Workshops Legal Aid Camp, Guest Lectures, Elocution & Debate competitions on various social current and legal issues etc.

Library: The College is housed in an impressive building which has well equipped rich library & entire requisite infrastructure for imparting excellent academic training. College LibraryIt includes both text & reference books. The library also subscribes journals, periodicals & news papers, Front line, India Today, Employment news, legal news & views etc.

Reading hall: There is reading hall for the students.

Moot court hall and a grand function hall: As per BCI rule, there is moot court hall for arranging various moot court competitions.

Computer Lab: The College has well equipped computer lab in which Internet facility is provided. This facility helps the students to keep in touch & gain knowledge of various changes in legal and other fields. In computer lab data bases like Supreme Court Cases & High Court Cases since 1950 to till date” is provided.

Girls Common Room: As per University rule college has provided well furnished girls common room.

Legal Aid Camp, Lok Adalat & Other Visits: The College has started a pioneering activity of organizing legal aid camp for exchanging legal awareness among teenagers & other general public in the vicinity. We also take the students for visit to jails, police station, like adalat, court, seminars & Conference.

Extracurricular Activity: The College provides facility for indoor & outdoor games & has a suitable play ground at Rajgurunagar sports complex. College always organized elocution competitions, debate, quiz, easy competitions. In addition to this college organizes various games like cricket, badmintons, chess, carom etc. The concerned teachers are always encouraging students to participate in such extracurricular activities.

Annual Gathering: In each academic year at end of second semester have started to organize annual gathering which provided platform for students to show their talents in various activities apart from academic.

Extra-Curricular activities: The College every year conducts games, sports, cultural extra-curricular activities.


Committees: As per University rule, college has appointed various committees.

  • Anti Ragging Committee:
  • Women’s Grievances Committee
  • Legal Aid Committee
  • Admission Committee
  • Cultural Committee
  • Women’s Grievance Committee etc.
    1. A.R.C.
    2. Exam/Semester
    3. News & Events
    4. Placement Cell
    5. Sports
    6. Students Welfare Office
    7. College Activity
    8. Moot Court
    9. Law Lecture series
    10. Competitions

Legal Aid Committee

The legal aid committee strives to provide legal assistance to those who cannot afford it. It has encouraged aspiring lawyers to involve themselves in social service, which goes beyond the college curriculum. The committee trains students to file bail applications, conducts weekly visit to remand homes and spreads awareness about the Right to Information Act. The committee also organizes exhibitions showcasing the artwork of talented inmates from prisons across Maharashtra.

Moot Court Association

Since its inception in 2007 the MCA is committed to promote, co-ordinate and encourage the activity of mooting H.R.S.P.M’s law college. The primary objective of the MCA is to provide student of H.R.S.P.M’s law college with a platform to gain exposure to the practical aspects of legal education.moot


Library Timing: (Monday to Saturday 9. 00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.)

New  Library Card Registration Form for 2017-18

Question Papers

Previous Year Question Paper of B.S.L./B.A.L.L.B April 2017

Previous Year Question Paper of L.L.B April 2017

Previous Year Question Paper of B.S.L./B.A.L.L.B & L.L.B from Oct 2010 – Oct 2016 


Annual Report 2016-17 of Library & Information Science

 The library is the heart of the academic institution and plays an important role in all academic activities and more so in law institutions.


The staff of library sees the potential of each student to become a well rounded person, dedicated to life-long learning and the development of his or her own talents. The library plays an important role in this process through promoting and demonstrating a desire for information, knowledge, understanding, wisdom and so aiding the students in the development of their professional, personal, and spiritual lives.

The HRSPM’s Law College Library provides active learning environments in which students, faculty, and staff use innovative tools and resources to create and access information intelligently, efficiently, and with integrity.

1. To cultivate a formalized information literary program.
2. To inculcate the reading habit among the users.
3. Assess needs for adding & purchasing information resources to meet curricular needs.
4. Best practices for ongoing improvement of library services and operations.


Mr. Babulal U. Shaikh                                                                                          Mr. Pravin Shinde      Mrs. Manda Panmad

M.A ( English), M.Lib. & I. Sc ( Gold Medallist),NET & SET.                                            B.A                                SSC

Librarian                                                                                                   Library Assistant         Library Attendant




  • Total Books :                             2015
  • Text Books :                               1084
  • Reference Books:                     931
  • Periodicals:                                18
  • Newspapers                                06
  • AIR Reports: AIR Since 1971 to 1980 And 2006 to 2016
  • AIR Manual 6th Edition Total Volume : 45


  • Circulation Service
  • Reference Service
  • Referral Service
  • Reprographic Service
  • Inter Library Loan
  • Reading Room
  • Document Delivery Service
  • Book Bank Scheme
  • E-Resources
  • Newspaper Clippings


Extension Activity

  • Library Orientation program
  • Article Indexing and Abstracting
  • Book Exhibition
  • Quiz Competition
  • Group Discussion
  • Author Talk
Best Practices in Library
  • Google Librarian
  • Library on your Smartphone

E- Resources Portal

HRSPM’s Law College Library Subscribed E-Resources:

DELNET- Developing Library Network

Access Millions of Networked Library Resources through DELNET
2,20,00,000+ Books available for loan
40,000+ list of Journals
5,000+ Full-text E-journals
1,00,000+ Thesis/Dissertations.

Open Access E-Resources

National Digital Library (NDL): is a pilot project to develop a framework of virtual repository of learning resources with a single-window search facility. It includes   Educational materials ranging from primary to post-graduate level.

e-PG Pathashala: National Mission on Education through ICT and UGC initiative: A curriculum-based, interactive content in different subjects across all disciplines  is being developed under this initiative.

CEC digital media library: It is central repository of all educatioanal video programmes produced by EMRC centres.

PLOS: Public Library of Science  is a nonprofit open access scientific publishing project aimed at creating a library of open-access journals of  medicine etc. field.

NPTEL: provides E-learning through online web and video courses in Engineering, Science and Humanities streams.





Online catalogue of some major libraries

Website of national libraries of world

DOAJ:   Free, full text, quality controlled scientific and scholarly journals, covering all subjects and many languages.

Free Journals

Open Archives( India

NISCAIR Online periodical repository:

OAPEN Library contains freely accessible academic books, mainly in the area of Humanities and Social Sciences.

Internet Archive: is a non-profit digital library offering free universal access to books, movies & music, as well as archived web pages. In this digital library  two million free texts now available

Digital Library IndiaAccess 124508    books online

Project Gutenberg offers over 42,000 free ebooks: choose among free epub books, free kindle books, download them or read them online.

TOC:  provides access to tables of contents of over 11,155 scholarly journals


Search Engines

Google Scholar :  Provides a search of scholarly literature


HRSPM’s Law College Digital Library

The digital library is not a single entity; The digital library requires technology to link the resources of many services that are transparent to the end users; Universal access to digital libraries and information services is a goal; Digital library collections are not limited to document surrogates: they extend to digital artefacts that cannot be represented or distributed in printed formats (ARL, 1995).

The digital library is the collection of services and the collection of information objects that support users in dealing with information objects available directly or indirectly via electronic/digital means (Leiner, 1998).

A managed collection of information, with associated services, where the information is stored in digital formats and accessible over a network (Arms, 2000).

Reading Room Facility : -

Library has an excellent reading room with comfortable chairs and tables.

Five Laws of Library Science (Dr. S.R. Ranganathan)

1. Books are for use.
2. Every reader his/her books.
3. Every book its reader.
4. To save the time of reader.
5. Library is a growing organism.
1. Books help to feel more confident.
2. Books help to travel around the world in the cheapest way.
3. Books develop your personality.
4. Books provide food for thought.
5. Books make you laugh and think.
6. Books draw you towards perfection.
7. Books stimulate creativity.
8. Books bring out writing talent.
9. Books help in communicating.
10. Books clear your vision.
11. Books satisfy your curiosity.
12. Books help you make more choices.
13. Books help you build literary talent.
14. Books do not require any special device to teach.
15. Books increase your attention span.
16. Books are fruitful pastime.
17. Books can be used anytime, anywhere.
18. Books provide entertainment, when others fail.
19. Books make you powerful.
20. Books help you know the ‘Whys’ and ‘Hows’ of everything.
21. Books help you to create and spread fun.
22. Books help you travel across time intelligently.
23. Books keep you updated with facts and figures.
24. Books spread love, affection and knowledge.
25. Books make the best of friends.
26. Books take you to intellectual environment.
27. Books help you feel the world around you.
28. Books entertain your mind.
29. Books broaden your horizon.
30. Books bring Nature to your doorstep.
31. Books bring about a ‘personality change’.
32. Books increase comprehension.
33. Books do not require company.
34. Books are stress-busters.
35. Books develop a sense of belonging to people around you.
36. Books provide mental and physical relaxation.
37. Books act as a communication tool.
38. Books are intellectually satisfying activity.
39. Books provide spiritual experience.
40. Books provide emotional strength.
41. Books build your self-esteem.
42. Books help and encourage your imagination to soar.
43. Books make you smarter and wiser.
44. Books help you grow.
45. Books take you to a ‘world of dreams’.
46. Books can change your life and vision.
47. Books help in achieving ‘life goals’.
48. Books develop wonderful experience.
49. Books transform lives.
50. Books inspire, books motivate, books build nations.

Teaching Staff-2016-2017

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Teaching Exp.


1 Prin. Shinde. K.D. L.L.M. NET 4 years As Per UGC rule
2 Prof. Dodake. H.S. L.L.M. NET 4 years As Per UGC rule
3 Prof. Kharat .M.S. L.L.M. SET 3 years As Per UGC rule
4 Prof. Ingole. A.T. L.L.M. NET 2 years As Per UGC rule
5 Prof.Garud. R.M L.L.M. SET 1 years 6 Months As Per UGC rule
6 Prof.Shinde.S.P. L.L.M. NET 1 years 6 Months As Per UGC rule
7 Prof.P.T. Pawar L.L.M. 1 years 6 Months As Per UGC rule
8 Mr. Shaikh B.U. (Librarian) M.A, M.Lib & I.Sc (Gold Medallist), NET & SET  1 year As Per UGC rule

Non – Teaching Staff 2016-2017

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1 Shri.Shinde Shrikant Hanumant Clerk B.A. 2 Year  UGC Rules
2 Mrs.Nighot Ashwini Ganesh Clerk B.Com 1 Year 6 month UGC Rules
3 Mr.Shinde Pravin Yashvant Peon B.A. 1 Year 6 month UGC Rules
4 Mr.Ghumatkar Mayur Ganesh Peon B.A. 6 month UGC Rules
5 Mr.Ghundare Rajesh Shankar Peon S.S.C. 6 Month UGC Rules

Visiting Staff 2015-2016

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Teaching Exp.


1 Prof. Bhagwat K.R. M.A., (History), NET 6 years As Per UGC rule
2 Prof.Gaikwad Sanjay S. M.A.,(Political-Science ), SET 3 years As Per UGC rule
3 Prof. Sutar Santosh P. M.A.(English), M.Phil (Reg.)  5 years As Per UGC rule
4 Prof. Pawar Sunil. M.A.(Economics), M.Phil, NET & SET 1 years As Per UGC rule
College Building College Building


College Canteen

E - Library

E – Library

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College Building

Moot Court Hall

Moot Court in College

funcation hall

Funcation Hall in College

Lawn in College campus

College campus