Akhilesh Kumar Khan

Dr. Akhilesh Kumar Khan


B.A., M.A., M. Phil ( Delhi University),LL.B., Ph.D. (KU)


Dr. Akhilesh Kumar Khan is a professor of Indian History at LLOYD LAW COLLEGE. Dr. Khan is an active alumnus of The Ramjas College, University of Delhi. He has completed his B.A., M.A., M. Phil, LL.B. Further he has completed his Ph.D. Thesis entitled ‘Hindu Women & Property Rights in Ancient India’. His area of research majorly focuses on, ‘Women Studies’ & ‘Police Reforms’. He has also been the College topper while pursuing his masters. Dr. Khan is an experienced professional with 12+ years, heading Lloyd Law College as Deputy Director. He is an educational enthusiast, business developer and a policy developer with infallible management skills, and a considerate facilitator of law aspirants at Lloyd Law College. Teaching is an art which can only be owned by a true giver who appreciates moral principles which a teacher should follow while catering the needs of all students and not to mention each student who came across with Dr. Khan confines his teachings and acknowledges his adroitness of managing an institute, while keeping both students and organization in a favorable state of affairs. Apart from these, he actively looks into the organization of Moot Courts Competitions, National Conferences, Seminars, Workshops, Faculty Development Programs etc. representing the college globally.


Dr. Khan strives to make education accessible to one and all. He believes that the power of education can uplift even the destitute and put them in the mainstream of our society. He toils hard to build a congenial and an amicable atmosphere amongst the mentors and the mentee, thus laying the foundation for a lasting relationship and building a healthy society. He works diligently for the institution, helping it to emerge as a promising centre for education and learning in global academia. He foresees that within a decade the Indian education will have a global impact given the commitment of assured quality and perseverance are what we as an active citizen, academician and parents are striving for.


Dr. Khan began his career in early 2007, as a Guest Faculty of Indian History, at the School of Open Learning, affiliated to University of Delhi. He served there until 2009, for a period of two years on this position wherein he taught the undergraduate students.

Dr. Khan joined Lloyd Law College in August, 2009, as Assistant Professor, History. Lloyd Entrance Test (LET) is a brainchild of Dr. Khan along with one of his colleagues. Year 2010 is a landmark in the history of Lloyd Law College, as in this year the LET was rolled out. It was his idea of this entrance test that led to the enhancement in the quality of the students, thus adding to the reputation of the College and helping it carve out its own niche in National and International Academia. He served diligently until August 2013.

Dr. Khan briefly worked (2013-2014), for Noida International University as Programme Coordinator at the School of Liberal Arts

Dr. Khan briefly worked (2013-2014), for Noida International University as Programme Coordinator at the School of Liberal Arts

In February, 2014, Dr. Khan re-joined Lloyd Law College as the Chief Academic Coordinator. In March, 2015 he was assigned as the Head of Department and subsequently promoted as Deputy Director & Director (Admissions) in August, 2017. Dr. Akhilesh Kumar Khan has been serving the association selflessly and voraciously.

Roles & Responsibilities

With effective interpersonal skills, people management and strategic approach Dr. Khan shuffles his academic and administrative role.

  • In collaboration with the Director, Lloyd Law College provides vision, leadership, and direction to the development and institutional performance including budgeting, planning and management.
  • Manages and monitors governance of college, guides employees and oversees their work to ensure compliance with the college policies and procedures, ethical practices and guidelines of government and accrediting organizations.
  • Provides leadership to the area of student support services to ensure administration, faculty and staff in this area are well informed and oriented towards common goals, oversee training, goal setting and evaluation, and professional development opportunities in the area of student affairs.
  • Provides guidance and serves as a resource to department heads, faculty and staff for academic progress.
  • Provides leadership for the marketing and branding of the college to attract quality students.
  • With his enriching experience in the field of education sector he forms strategies and has closely worked with the educational surveys and has successfully uplifted the rankings of the college over the years.
  • Organizes annual cultural and sports event in order to give better experience to all students and pushes them to win the zenith of success across nations.
  • Provides leadership and guidance for organizing Annual Job Fest and has been successfully inviting more than 90 corporate and legal firms for the placement of the students.

books, Research & Publications

  • Book chapter entitled “Law, Morality and Gender Justice”, published by Thomson Reuters South Asia Private Limited, Gurgaon, 2020 having ISBN: 978-93-89891-30-0.
  • Book entitled “Rights of Indigenous People in SAARC” Published by Mohan Law House, New Delhi, 2018 having ISBN: 9789387264021.
  • Co-Editor “LEXIGENTIA” an international, bi-annual, peer-reviewed publication of Lloyd Law College having ISSN: 2454-1613, since 2015.
  • Book chapter entitled “Judicial Delinquency and Delay in Disposal of cases: Myths and Realities”, published by Law Commission of India and NITI Aayog, New Delhi, 2017.
  • Article entitled “Crime and Punishment in Ancient (smriti) India” Published by Buddha Education Foundation (Trust) Rohini, Delhi, 2016 having ISSN: 2347-8004, Bodhi Path.
  • Article entitled “Hindu Women in Ancient India” Published by Shree Ram Law House, Chandigarh, 2015 having ISSN: 2319-3735 (The Law, A monthly Journal Cum Magazine on Law & Judiciary).
  • Editor “LLOYDIANS” an international, bi-annual, peer-reviewed publication of Lloyd Law College having ISSN: 2394 - 899X, since 2015.

International & National Seminars/Conferences

  • Organizing Secretary, Round Table Discussion on “Reservation of Seats for Woman in Parliament and State Legislature”, 2019 in collaboration with ‘Pranab Mukherjee Foundation’ New Delhi.
  • Organizing Secretary of “All six editions of Professor N.R. Madhava Menon SAARC Law Mooting Competition, Law Students’ Conference & South Asia Colloquium since, 2015.
  • Co-Chaired a Technical Session entitled “Structural Approach to Constitution Making and Constitution interpretation” in CLEA Conference – 2018 on “Comparative Constitutional Law: Developments and its Teaching Techniques in Commonwealth Nations” organized by School of Legal Studies, Mody University of Science & Technology, Rajasthan and Commonwealth Legal Education Association (ASIA – INDIA).
  • Organizing Secretary, “International Conference on International Humanitarian Law and Refugee Law- 2018”.
  • Coordinator, NATIONAL LAW DAY 2017 jointly organised by Law Commission of India and Niti Ayog at Vigyan Bhavan, New Delhi on 25-26 November, 2017 on the theme “Balancing Roles of Three Wings of the State towards India’s Development” in the presence of Hon’ble President & Prime Minister of India. The panelists of the Technical Sessions included the Constitutional heads of the Nation including Bar, Bench, Academia & all the eminent Ministers.
  • Organizing Secretary, “Law Commission of India CLEA Regional Conference on Freedom of Speech and Expression, 2016 in association with Lloyd Law College.
  • Participated in Seminar on “Natural Disasters, Environment & Role of NGT with special reference to Uttrakhand, J& K, Assam & Himachal Pradesh”, organized by the National Green Tribunal, Delhi, 2014.
  • Participated in the ICHR Sponsored National Seminar on “Histories of the Urban: Reflections on Changing Cities organized by the Department of History, Kirori Mal College, University of Delhi, 2014.
  • Participated in XIV International Seminar on Indo-Portuguese History, “India, the Portuguese and the Indian Societies Exchanges and Engagements” held at India International Centre, New Delhi, 2013.
  • Participated in the ICHR Sponsored National Seminar on “Authority and Challenge: Processes of State and Social Formation in India” organized by Department of History, Kirori Mal College, University of Delhi, 2013.
  • Participated in the Seminar Organized by Bar Council of India, 2013.

Workshops, Faculty Development Programs & Training Programs

  • Organizing Secretary of Professor N.R. Madhava Menon Workshop on “Teaching Techniques and Research for Young Law Teachers and Research Scholars”, 2019 organized by MILAT and CLEA in Association with Indian Institute (ILI) and Lloyd Law College.
  • Organizing Secretary of Faculty Development Program on “Law & Social Sciences” January, 2019.
  • Organizing Secretary of Professional development workshop on “New Ways of Teaching and Research for better delivery of Legal Services”, 2017 organized by Bar Council of Kerala M. K. Nambyar Academy For Continuing Legal Education, Kochi in Association with Lloyd Law College, Society of Indian Law Firms and Bar Association of India.
  • Participated in Professional Development Training on “Family Law Teaching, Family Court Practice & Approaches to the Development of a Uniform Civil Code”, 2015 organized by IBA-CHAIR on Continuing legal Education, National Law School of India University, Bangalore & Menon Institute of Legal Advocacy Training, Trivandrum in association with Kartanaka State Law University, Hubli.
  • Participated & Presented a paper “King Ashoka’s Role in spreading the Buddhism” in XXII Session of the “U.P. History Congress” organized by Department of History, Benaras Hindu University, Varanasi, U.P., 2011

Other Programs

  • Organizing Secretary of “CATALYST, 2020, Academic and Cultural Annual Event”.
  • Organizing Secretary of LLOYD JOB FEST, 2018 & 2019.


  • Executive Member, Commonwealth Legal Education Association CLEA-ASIA.
  • Life Time Member, Indian History Congress.
  • Life Time Member, UP History Congress.

Awards & Honours

  • Appreciated by Mr. Loknath Behra, IPS, DGP & State Police Chief for an outstanding contribution in the drafting and finalising the new Kerala Police Manual 2018-2019.
  • Appreciated by Niti Ayog and Law Commission of India for successfully organising National Law Day at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi, 2017.
  • Appreciated by Mr. Swami Prasad Maurya, Cabinet Minister for Labour, Employment and Co-ordination for successfully organising Job Fest, 2018.
  • College Topper, Ramjas College affiliated from University of Delhi while pursuing M.A. in the year 2007.