An inspection shall mean inspection by the Inspection Committee of the Bar Council of India as any one of the following:
(i) Initial inspection: Initial inspection shall mean inspection of the University and inspection of the Bar Council of India for permitting a new Centre of Legal Education; Provided that if a Law University is established by an Act passed by the Central or any State Legislature to run Law courses as specified and mandated in the statute, such a University may commence and run courses in the stipulated streams before any Initial Inspection. However such a University would require regular inspection and the first inspection shall be conducted within the first year of commencement of the courses.
(ii) Regular Inspection: Regular Inspection means an inspection of a University including all or any of its affiliated Centre of Legal Education by the Bar Council of India conducted after the initial inspection at the end of temporary approval, excepting a Law University established by a Central or State Act, for granting a regular approval and thereafter at least once in every five years unless the University / Centre of Legal Education concerned has sought/inspected for accreditation.
(iii) Surprise inspection: Surprise inspection means inspection conducted by University/Bar Council of India anytime without giving notice to the Centre of Legal Education.
(iv) Inspection for accreditation: Inspection applied for by a Centre of Legal Education possessing approval for the purpose of accreditation and certification.
Inspection and Monitoring Committee
The Bar Council of India shall constitute one or more inspection and monitoring Committee/s comprising at least two members of the Bar Council of India to conduct inspection of newly established or existing Universities.
The Bar Council of India may prescribe inspection fees to be charged from time to time from each institutional applicants for the purpose of conducting inspection There may also be fees prescribed for inspection for providing accreditation of an institution. Such fees are provided in the Schedule IV of these rules and may be amended by Bar Council of India from time to time.
The Committee shall inspect the University, examine the documents and reports, visit the institution to assess the infrastructure, curriculum design, teaching and learning process, library and technical facilities and the feasibility of standard clinical education. The Committee shall then submit its report in the prescribed Form together with all relevant documents.
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