Here’s a list of top 10 Law colleges of Maharashtra and all you need to know about them :

 

  1. Government Law College, Mumbai :

The college was established in 1855, and is said to be the oldest law college of Asia.  In addition to the old building, the college now has an annexe building, September 1988 onwards, which houses additional class rooms and a reference library. The college also provides a hostel facility for the students making accommodation much easier in a city like Mumbai.

The college is stable at the position of no. 1 from a long time and has excelled in placements which are comparable with colleges like the top NLUS. To get an admission in GLC, students have to appear in MH CET examination.

 

2. Indian Law society Law college, Pune :

Established in 1924, the college has worked for almost 93 years and built a great foundation, marking it as one of the best law colleges of India.The college has some extremely talented faculty members who make sure they give the best in the industry learning experience to the students. The college is also known for having some exceptional co curricular activities, and the campus that is amidst the lush green environment.

To get an admission in ILS, students have to give MH CET examination.

 

3. Symbiosis Law School, Pune :

Established in 1977 under the banner of Symbiosis society, the law department is an another extensively valued part of the significantly dynamic Symbiosis group. Not much long ago the college shifted its campus to Viman Nagar and now shares the campus with Symbiosis School of Liberal Arts (SSLA).

The faculty assures to give the students personal attention and are somehow quite successful in doing that.

To get admission in Symbiosis Law School the students need to give the SET (Symbiosis entrance test).

 

4. Bhartiya Vidhyapeeth deemed University, New Law College, Pune :

Establishes in 1983, the college is a constituent college of Bhartiya vidhypeeth University. Most of its faculty members are PHD holders and highly experienced. However the institute is known more for its HUGE campus which is well maintained till date.

To get an admission in the institute the students need to give a CET exam conducted by Bhartiya vidhyapeeth at all India level.

 

5. Praveen Gandhi College of Law, Mumbai :

It is said to have produced some great lawyers till date. The college has a E Library, an active placement committee and  provides some great internship opportunities.

Considering the fact that there are 26 educational institutes in the complex itself and may more in the nearby area, it is a bright place for students to be.

There are small cafes and restaurants all around and affordable canteens as well as famous street food stalls.

To get an admission here, students need to appear in MA CET examination.

 

6. Padamshree Dr DY Patil college of Law, Mumbai :

DY Patil College of Law is part of the popular DY Patil campus of Nerul and just 15 mins away from the Nerul Station. The college has everything  from spacious moot courts to a well stocked library. Even its fees is as nominal as Rs 13,ooo/- per year.

 

7. Sinhgad Law College, Pune :

It is affiliated to SPPU and approved by the BCI with a grade ‘B’ by NAAC. Located near Pune city at ambegaon, it is a 3-storeyed building i.e, an average infrastructure. The college is marked to be a good upcoming law college at a low-cost fee with highly educated faculties and average placements.

It admission procedure includes state level CET examination.

 

8. DES Law College, Pune :

Deccan Education Society’s Law College, also sometimes called Fergusson Law College, is located in FC campus. FC happens to be on the most famous, happening and crowded street of Pune, FC Road. The campus is spread around 2-3 kms and has an ancient look.

Other than this the college is also said to have a strict atmosphere where the aim is only to give the best education to the students.

 

9. Rizvi Law College, Mumbai :

Established in 2002, the college has become the top most choice of many law students. The college has a basic infrastructure with regular facilities such as the library, moot room and  also a few guest lecturers.

Students find it quite easy to get through the admission procedure as it requires no particular test. However it has a bit high fee structure as compared to the other colleges on the list.

 

10. SKVM’S Jintendra Chauhan college  of Law, Mumbai :

Located at the Mithibai College Campus, the college was established in 1934.he college has one of the best law libraries in Mumbai and also access to all the law journals and international law journals. It even has a good placement committee which provides us with internships as well as final year placements.

The admission are purely based on the state level CET examination.

 

 

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