Human Rights Cell

Human rights has implicit importance as they are considered indispensable for the survival of human beings. ILS Law College has recognized human values and has established Human Rights Centre in 2008-09 at the hands of Justice S. Rajendra Babu, former Chief Justice of India and Chairman, National Human Rights Commission. There are more than 100 students enrolled under the Human Rights Cell. They are actively involved in various activities undertaken by the Cell. The Centre for Human Rights Cell aims to provide a “forum where students are able to further their knowledge of modern correctional issues and to bring their classroom learning to life”.
Activities organized under the Cell are:

  1. Visit to Orphanage, Deepgriha Society’s ‘City of Child’- Yavat on 15th August and 26th January
  2. Jail Visit (Yerawada Central Jail, Pune)
  3. National /State Level Seminar
  4. Human Rights Day Celebrations
  5. Weekly presentations by students on various topics like Domestic Violence, Right to Information, Sex workers in India etc.,
  6. Movie Screening

The constitution of the Cell for academic year 2023-24 is as follows:-

Faculty Coordinators:

  • Dr. Tejaswini Malegaonkar
  • Ms. Parul Raghuvanshi


Human Rights Cell Report – 2022-23