Gangadhar Mohapatra Law College

Gangadhar Mohapatra Law College is one of the well acclaimed centers of education that are situated in Puri. This college is quite popular among the students of the entire state of Orissa as it imparts high-quality education at quite affordable fees.

There are a number of good colleges in the town and the Gangadhar Mohapatra Law College of Puri is one of them. The Gangadhar Mohapatra Law College has been acknowledged by the Bar Council of India (BCI). The college provides education in the department of law.

The youth of the Orissa state who are seriously interested in pursuing a career in the field of law often prefer this institute of Puri, as it is well known for giving personalized attention to the students of law.

The Gangadhar Mohapatra Law College in Puri has got the affiliation from the Utkal University, which is one of the most renowned universities in the state of Orissa. The LLB degree is awarded by this law institute after the completion of a course in the subject of law, which spans for 3 years in total.

The Gangadhar Mohapatra Law College was established in the year 1981. This well reputed law college in Puri town can easily be reached as the town is well connected with other major places of India.

Last Updated on : 22/06/2013



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