Shah Khimchandbhai Muljibhai Law College, Valsad Highlights
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Shah Khimchandbhai Muljibhai Law College, Valsad Facilities
- Boys Hostel
- Girls Hostel
- Moot Court
- Alumni Associations
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The college has a boy’s hostel facility which provides good hostel accommodation for the students.
The college has a girl’s hostel facility which provides good hostel accommodation for the students.
The college has a health center with a first aid facility for the students.
The college has a library facility for all the students.
The college has sports facilities for all the students.
The college has an Auditorium facility for all the events and seminars.
The college has a canteen facility for staff and students.
The college has a Moot Court facility for staff and students.
The college has good networking for the alumni association.
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