V T Choksi Sarvajanik Law College
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V T Choksi Sarvajanik Law College is situated at Athawalines, Near Lal Bunglow, Surat 39500 in Surat.
V T Choksi Sarvajanik Law College - VICSLC
The Law College established in June 1935 and one among the few oldest law colleges, is a grant-in-aid institution offering 3-year LL.B. programme, leading to LL.B. (General) and LL.B. (Special) degrees. It is also a Post-Graduate (LL.M.) Centre in Law, providing extensive teaching in Law and Deviance (Criminal Law) subjects. It is permanently affiliated to the Veer Narmad South Gujarat University and is recognised and approved by the Bar Council of India (BCI), the University Grants Commission (UGC) and the Government of Gujarat. It has an Alumni Association with specific provision to associate current law students in its objective and activities. Large number of its past students are eminent advocates practising before the State and the Union Judiciary. Many of the alumni have adorned the Bench of the Supreme Court of India and several high courts, namely, Hon’ble Chief Justice A.M. Ahmedi, Hon’ble Justice D.A. Desai, and Hon’ble Justice D.C. Gheewala. Many have joined the district and the subordinate level judiciary and some of its students are pursuing advanced studies, in prestigeous law colleges/universities, abroad. The College is accredited by the NAAC with “B” Grade.
Why join V T Choksi Law College Surat
The college has an excellent infrastructure providing all the basic amenities.
2 Type Courses Available
- 1 UG Courses
- 1 PG Courses
V T Choksi Sarvajanik Law College Placements
The college has a state-of-art computer laboratory equipped with 60 P-IV nodes on LAN system with free internet access through 512 Kbps broadband facility.College has a well stocked library.The classrooms/ lecture halls in the college are fully furnished.The requirement for hostel accommodation in minimal as majority of student live in the Surat City and its periphery. The very few requiring hostel facility are provided hostel accommodation by the Management.
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