I loved this college. Any student can study in this college because the fees are affordable and the location of the college is very prime, and the college and hostel is very close. Just it doesn't have big campus because of the prime location.
The course is quite interesting, the first two years are about basic legal knowledge and the history of legal field from pre independence to post independence how our legal system is involved we get to learn. Teaching faculty is great so it is kinda chill atmosphere in our college. The exam pattern is a semester pattern of 100 marks written tests and no internal or external marks.
Yes the placements are good, they also provide internships. Any GLCian can get internship in well known law firm by just telling them that am a GLCian. Graduate outcomes include prestigious scholarships including the Rhodes, placements in noted law firms, banks, regulatory institutions, in-house positions for corporations, Big-4 auditing companies, public service undertakings, the higher civil services, NGOs etc.
GLC has been encouraging activities like Moot Courts, debates, essay competitions and other activities which help improving the legal knowledge and the oratory and literary skills of the aspiring candidates. Moot court competitions have been a regular feature since 1936. The student committees also encourage sports, music, dance and drama.
The fees structure are quite good and very affordable, it is only 360rs for the reserved category and 6000 for the aided admission of open category. There are also non-aided classes in government law college.
Government law college provides scholarships to meritorious students. Special awards such as the Ranganathrao Trophy, the Yashwant Dalal Cup for Overall Excellence, the Diwan Jotimal Chuganee Trophy and the B. M. Vardhan’s Trophy for best Debater/Elocutionist are instituted for the overall development of students. I don't have any idea about the loans availability.
GLC do not have its own hostel but it has some reserved seats for economically weak students in Government Colleges hostel Churchgate, and I think it is one of the best hostel in our country because I am living in hostel, they give one room for one student, hostel has its own gym,library,mess,canteen,tennis court,T. V hall etc and the rent is also affordable,it is only 5000 per semester.
I am a science background student, I was also selected for BSC Agriculture in govt college of parbhani, but I wanted to achieve something in the legal field so I gave law entrance to take admission in government law college,mumbai. GLC Mumbai is one of the leading educational institutions in our country so I prepared for entrance and got selected for admission.
The faculty of our college is great, some teachers are pretty well known in India so we are lucky to have them. We have some teachers who wrote books for university syllabus so its kinda easy to understand them and they are very cool.
Students after 3rd year have Winter Internships available and have campus placements monitored by the placement cell. Some of the companies which have visited for campus placements are Trilegal, Mulla and Mulla, RK Dewan, Law Beacons etc The Placement Cell organised a seminar on recruitment, training sessions for interviews, group discussions, written examinations and much more.
I completed my LLB from Dr Ambedkar College of Law. The experience and intellect I gained from here were very helpful to me in my career forward. I enjoyed and have quite fun in college hosted events and had good academics throughout the year with the support of teachers and batch mates.
After spending about one and a half year in this I will not recommend anyone to take admission in this college, there is absolutely no infrastructure, no support and no opportunities here, you have to search for everything by yourself and just hope you get it
All over college have very good campus with well computer lab and liberty with all facility for all the college student.
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