About The Institute

Golden Words : About the Institute

H.E. Sri APJ Abdul Kalam – President of India
My greetings and best wishes to the D.C. Varshney Institute of Law and Indology for its Pioneer Work in Multidisciplines – Cultural-Science and Law.
Dated: July 23, 2008
Rashtra Bhawan
New Delhi-110004

H.E. Sri Surjit Barnala
I am glad to know about the academic work that you are continuing and also to know that D.C. Varshney Institute of Law and Indology has started functioning properly with your perseverance and effort you will be able to make this institute succeed, as desired by your late husband.
Dated: July 19, 2004
Raj Bhawan

H.E. Sri Vishnu Kant Shashtri
am happy to know that D.C. Varshney Institute of Law and Indology is doing commendable work to contribute to the academic world of wisdom with the grace of God it will progress steadfast in the near future.
Dated: December 20, 2008


The DCV Institute of Law & Indology is one of the fastest developing institute in the field of legal management. The Institute was set up on 9 April 2003 by H.E. The Governor of Uttar Pradesh Sri Vishnukant Shashtri ji. Our institute is the outcome of the dedication, struggles and initiatives of D.C. Varshney and S.K. Varshney who have devoted more than a half century’s life time to develop specific philosophy for the 21st century.

About Dr. D.C. Varshney - The Founder

Philosophy of the 21st century shall remain indebted to vision of Dr.D.C.Varshney, Professor Emeritus, for all times to come. On 9th-April, 1933, Dr.D.C.Varshney, a visionary & a genius was born in Aligarh (a city in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.)- in the family of well known jewelers Shri Krishna Kumar Saraf (Khai-Dora, Aligarh). His teachings and valuable research inspired S.K.Varshney to setup an institute of Law & Indology on 9th-April, 2003.

Born and brought-up in Aligarh, in 1957, he did MSc(Maths) and LLB from the renowned Aligarh Muslim University, which is also known as the Mecca of Education.

With a bright academic record, Dr.D.C.Varshney joined the University of Lucknow in 1957 to pursue the post-graduate degree in Law. As a topper of the batch, in 1960, he was appointed as a Lecturer in the Faculty of Law, University of Lucknow. In 1993, he retired as a Professor Emeritus from the University of Lucknow. As a jurist, environmentalist & philanthropist, we shall all remember him as the founder father of the Philosophy of the 21st century.

S.K. Varshney as a founder of the D.C. Varshney Institute of Law and Indology had also set up Varshney publication and has authored 250 books on various disciplines like Law, Psychology, Philosophy, Culture and Fine Art's [Indology].

Objective Ideals

All the ideals relate to the saving of the planet against death, disease and disaster. Responding to the challenges of change and innovation in a global environment, we shall strive to have a value system which caters to the needs of present corporate-commercial world further strengthen the global community in the world of state art technology.


To contribute to India and world through excellence in Lego-Scientific and technical research. Serve as a valuable resource for the industry and betterment of society & remain a source of pride for the entire humanity.


  • To generate new knowledge by engaging in cutting-edge research and to promote academic growth by offering state-of the-art under graduate, postgraduate, doctoral programs.
  • To develop human potential to its fullest extent so that intellectually capable and imaginatively gifted leaders can emerge in a range of professions.
  • To identity areas of specialization upon which the institute can concentrate, based on an informed perception of Indian, regional and global needs.
  • To undertake collaborative projects which offer opportunities for long term interaction with academia and industry.


  • Academic integrity and accountability.
  • Respect and tolerance for the views of every individual, where self is the centre to rule the substance as society.
  • Issues of national relevance as well as global concern shall always be the priority.
  • Breadth of understanding including knowledge of the human-sciences.
  • An unfettered spirit of exploration, rationality and enterprises to attain the goal of Spirituallegalism as philosophy for the 21st century.
  • To conduct high impact research that varies the boundaries of knowledge and contributes for an effective legal management.

Training Strategy : Methodology & Evaluation

At DCV, we attract the best students and researchers, who are academically strong, and who have passion, commitment, leadership potential and come from diverse backgrounds. We strive to nurture, recruit and train the best quality of people, the single most important determinant of the quality of education and research today’s corporate environment.

  • We focus on high impact research that advances knowledge and its application and which is of high international quality and impact. Our aim is to transform the way people think and do things through education, research and service.
  • Evaluation of legal training is a robust process. The difference in the desired level and the actual level of learning yields the performance gap in the learning. This gap in learning would require a systematic training need assessment; and learning strategy based on the Training Need Assessment (TNA) would be devised and appropriate training intervention would be designed. Train the trainer would be conducted for faculty/facilitators. A strong feed back mechanism has been developed and a continuous audit and feed back on performance trainer/student would be implemented. This ensures quality in training, training delivery and effective transfer of learning.

Location of the Institute

Regional Center of the Institute is located in the heart of the Lucknow City. The address is C-218, Nirala Nagar, Lucknow, U.P., INDIA.

DCV Institute of Law & Indology
Mohammadpur Saraiiyan, NH-24
Near Bakshi Ka Talab
Sitapur Road, Lucknow