The college infrastructure is good. It has a huge campus with open spaces and a library and computer lab. The college can enhance the infrastructure by adding AC classrooms. The fact that carter road was walking distance from college made my college life memorable. It is the best place to unwind. The moot court participation was also a lot of fun. The college does not have good placement opportunities, however, a student is given every opportunity to intern at various law firms. The student crowd is also very good.
The college has a basic infrastructure with regular facilities such as the library, moot room etc. There are quite a few guest lecturers but since they invite the same people there isn't much a student gets out of it. Faculty is extremely average but what I learnt was through all my practical exposure. It was a great experience in terms of being in Mumbai city and working at accredited law firms.
The teachers are not well aware themselves about the courses properly. At least the ones in the first two years . The third years onwards teachers are better. There are no placements provided by the college. There are no moot training provided by the college. We do have internalised college moots once a year. There is seminar held sometimes however there is no exposure and no mentorship provided. The library is average. Most books cannot be issues for home. It is again limited in its selection. The crowd is the worst I would say. The only good thing being that they are not very hard about attendance. So you can bunk and do internships.
My time at Rizvi Law College uptil now has been quite the experience as the college it self doesn't play a regular part in a student's life unless the student really wants it to, which is wonderful realistically speaking as this gives career driven students a chance to intern enough to put them at par with the more sought after 'Law Schools'.
The college has a good library, moot court room, cultural events and guest lecturers. However, they do not encourage interning during the course of the academic term although due to no attendance issues it's possible to work which is a boon- since my experience is that I learn more through the internships rather than at college. The students do not seem to be too motivated, the faculty is not as knowledgeable as you would expect in a Law school. Since the approach is very pedantic- courtesy Mumbai University, the understanding of the law that you gain is rather narrow and not analytical or reason based. The fees is towards the steep side compared to Governmental colleges but is affordable by most people.
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Boys Hostel :The college has a boy’s hostel facility which provides good hostel accommodation for the students.
Limited accommodation is available in Boys Hostel on first come first serve basis at the Hostel. Paying guest accommodations can also be arranged upon request.
Girls Hostel :The college has a girl’s hostel facility which provides good hostel accommodation for the students.
Limited accommodation is available in Girls Hostel on first come first serve basis at the Hostel. Paying guest accommodations can also be arranged upon request.
Library :The library is wire free and students are encouraged to bring their laptops to access the internet. However, computers with Internet facilities are available to Students for academic purposes upon prior bookings.
The library subscribes to several online journals and resources which are a must for students preparing for the moot courts. These resources train students to be aware of the latest national as well as international judicial decisions. The students are also exposed to various other libraries such as the collections from the British Council and other leading institutions in the country to enable them to be equipped with the latest knowledge.
Moot Court :Moot court is the laboratory where a future lawyer acquires and hones his/her skills of advocacy. The College boasts of a real moot court where students practice their court etiquette.
Auditorium :The college has an auditorium facility for events and seminar.
I.T Infrastructure :The college has excellent IT Infrastructure facility for the students.
Gym :The college has a Gym facility for the students.
Sports :The college has sports facilities for all students.
Alumni Associations :The college has a good networking for the alumni association.
Cafeteria :The college has an excellent canteen serving Indian as well as continental food caters to the need of the student community. The canteen functions between 7.00 a.m. and 8.00 p.m.
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