VT Choksi Sarvajanik Law College, Surat





One of the premier educational institutions of Gujarat, VT Choksi Sarvajanik Law College, Surat is equipped with excellent infrastructural facilities. The esteemed institution of VT Choksi Sarvajanik Law College imparts quality education in the different fields of Law and the related spheres.

Recognized as one of the important educational center by South Gujarat University, VT Choksi Sarvajanik Law College came into prominence in the year of 1935. A prominent educational institution of Surat Law College, the VT Choksi Sarvajanik Law College is supported by well qualified and trained legal experts from the field of Civil and Criminal Law. The Law College has a huge library which is the store house of different kinds of maganizes, journals and books related to the various spheres of Law.

The students can avail the study material of the case history of any Civil or Criminal cases from the Library of the esteemed college. The VT Choksi Sarvajanik Law College offer courses in LLB and LLM. The college management invite many experts from the field of Law to provide the students with a first hand information of the various intricacies involved while dealing with a particular case.

The VT Choksi Sarvajanik Law College is blessed with a hygienic and well maintained canteen that offer the students with many food items at comparatively cheaper costs. The canteen of the educational institution is an important platform where the students freely exchange their viewpoints on various issues.

The VT Choksi Sarvajanik Law College, Surat encourages the students to participate in various social and cultural activities of the institution for the balanced development of theri personality.



Last Updated on : 3/06/2013

 
     


     

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