It is good fees is nominal crowd is good Siddharth college of Commerce was basically started for the upliftment of the backward classes and hence students belonging to these various backward classes are preferred over the General category. There's no specifc quotas or anything, but in general about 12-15% of the students found here have joined through the open category, whereas the others belong to SC, ST or the like.
The only problem I faced is the crowd is bit low type not being rascist. The college staff is excellent and college is good from academics point of view.
The Chief architect of Indian Constitution and first Law Minister of free India, Dr. B. R. Ambedkar had set up the People’s Education Society that laid the foundation of Siddharth College of Law in the heart of Mumbai, to impart legal education to all sectors of society, especially the poorer and weaker class. The aim of the college is to nurture a pool of talented students well equipped with knowledge of legal system to meet challenges of future and be worthy professionals. Housed at Anand Bhawan which has been declared as a heritage structure by the Heritage Society of MMRDA, the college has produced many eminent personalities of the Legal world, such as Justice P.B. Sawant, Justice M.C. Chagla, Shri Manohar Joshi and so on.
Peoples Education Society
Bar Council of India (BCI), New Delhi
Institute affiliated to
University of Mumbai