The Maharashtra National Law University, Mumbai has a hostel facility that is right across the campus. The MNLU Mumbai campus facilities include modern classrooms, a library, a reading room, a moot court hall, a mediation centre, a legal service clinic, an internship cell, a board room, and a conference hall, among other amenities, are located on the centrally air-conditioned floors of the Academic block. These MNLU Mumbai facilities are perfect for enhancing the learning, research, training, and extension activities of the students. The University provides easy access to a well-stocked library that houses a substantial collection of books, legal periodicals, magazines, and subscriptions to numerous online databases and many more.
The Maharashtra National Law University, Mumbai has rented a hostel from CETTM-MTNL that has a total of 225 rooms and is completely furnished. The residential buildings contain well-appointed, roomy dorms for double occupancy that have WiFi access. Every room includes a large balcony and an attached bathroom.
The MNLU Mumbai has rented a hostel which is completely furnished. The hostel building has a sizable lobby, a recreation room, and a space for different sports. There is a working mess with seating for more than 500 students.
The university offers medical services on campus to guarantee students' health. In case of an emergency, there is also an ambulance facility on campus.
The Maharashtra National Law University, Mumbai provides a well-equipped gym for both students and faculty. The gym facilitates with modern types of equipment like spin cycles and treadmills and many more.
This fully computerised Wi-Fi library has more than 14,000 books on its shelves, including a wide range of legal and social sciences resources in print and electronic formats. The MNLU Library has a subscription to more than 18 electronic resources, including "Hein Online, Manupatra, Oxford Competition Law, Oxford Constitutional Law, ORIL-International Law, Westlaw, Taxmann, JSTOR Full package, Lexis-Nexis, EBC Reader, Livelaw, OLRL-Legal Research Library, IC-INVESTMENT CLAIMS, Oxford Law Citator, Proview (E-books), Economic and Political Weekly, and Turnitin-Research Tools. With the most recent RFID/EM technology and state-of-the-art Koha-LMS software, the library's operations and services are completely automated.
A top-notch sports complex and several sports facilities are available at Maharashtra National Law University, Mumbai. The University provides students with a wealth of possibilities for regular exercise and lifestyle management by offering a variety of first-rate sporting facilities. In addition to indoor games like badminton, chess, carom, and table tennis, it includes facilities for sports like cricket, basketball, and volleyball.
The MNLU Mumbai has a computer lab which allows students to perform and run the code on the desktop.
The University has a large cafeteria that is adequately lit, ventilated and delivers delicious, nutritious cuisine to the students. A team of expert dieticians has created a selection of recipes that are pleasant and healthful to ensure a diet that is well-balanced.
The University has an auditorium for organising events, seminars, and functions and can accommodate a huge number of students at the same time.
The University provides a well-maintained court hall where the sessions usually take place.
Maharashtra National Law University Mumbai has almost all the necessary facilities except gym and sports due to no campus. We do have wifi and smart boards which makes classrooms fully equipped as required.
Our college does not have a campus but it provides ample space for an academic culture to flourish. Our classrooms have projectors and good infrastructure. We have amazing hostel rooms with attached washrooms and bathrooms. Our mess and hostel are hygienic.
Hello student I'm sorry to inform you but you can't withdraw the hostel and mess fees as its mandatory to stay in hostel at MNLU. In case you get permission by the authorities to stay outside the campus still you can't withdraw the fees you've paid.
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