Shri Roopram Institute of Law, Saharanpur Highlights
Shri Roopram Institute of Law, Saharanpur Courses & Fees
Shri Roopram Institute of Law, Saharanpur Facilities
- IT Infrastructure
- Moot Court
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The College has a well-equipped computer lab with regular upgrade mechanisms in place to keep abreast with the fast-changing/developing technology scene. The lab has broadband connectivity available on all the nodes through a dedicated local area network (LAN). the lab is equipped with the latest laser printer, scanner, etc.
The College Library serves as the backbone of all academic activities. The library has a vast collection of text and reference material, journals, magazines, and periodicals which have been carefully selected from a number of national distributors. They also make sure the availability of the regional and national Hindi and English newspapers in the library on the daily basis.
The college has a canteen facility for staff and students.
The college has a transport facility for students and staff.
The College provides the Moot Court facility for the Students.
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