About Priyadarshani Dnyan Prabodhini Sanstha 

Introduction :

Advocacy is a noble profession and an advocate plays an important role in the administration of justice. If the advocate presents the case properly, the court can interpret the case effectively and deliver pure and impartial justice. Therefore, it is said that " Bench and bar are the two wheels of the chariot of Justice." In human life, literacy is most essential. Similarly, legal literacy is equally essential. So, every one must not only be literate but also legal literate. The great leaders of our country namely, Mahatma Gandhi, Sardar Patel, Dr. B. R. Ambedkar etc. were all lawmen and may be because of this reason, they were able to achieve the ideals and goals enshrined in our constitution. In view of the great importance of legal education, Priyadarshihni Dnyan Prabodhini Sanstha has come forward to dedicate an institution of legal studies for upliftment of legal education in the rural areas of Maharashtra.

History of the College in Brief :

Priyadarshini Dnyan Prabodhini Sanstha established this Law College at Phaltan in 1991 with three years LL.B. Course under the able guidence of Late. Barrister Raja S. Bhonsale, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India, Former Advocate General of Maharashtra., Judge, Bombay High Court, who made untiring efforts to dedicate this institution for upliftment of legal education in and around Phaltan. The college is affiliated to the Shivaji University, Kolhapur and approved by the Bar Council of India, New Delhi., Bar Council of Maharashtra and Gao and the Government of Maharashtra. The college is admitted to government grant in aid from 1st April 1995. The college has been accredited 'B' Grade by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC)., Bangalore, an autonomous institution of the University Grants Commission (UGC) in September 2004 and also enlisted as one of the lead colleges among the colleges affiliated to the Shivaji University in July 2005. (Vide Shivaji University letter No. SU/NAAC/LC/DO/DBCUD/2921/3317 dated 04.07.2005