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The college was established in the year of 1964 under the guidance and supervision of the great visionary Late Dr. Gordhanbhai Shanabhai Patel (Vakil saheb) and is managed by Shri Ramkrishna Seva Mandal, Anand. The college is affiliated to Sardar Patel University, Vallabh Vidyanagar and is proud to be the only college imparting legal education in Anand district. The Bar Council of India under the “Standards of Legal Education and Recognition of Degrees in Law for Admission as Advocates” (Part IV of the Bar Council of India Rules) recognizes the college to offer law courses.


In order to make a competent lawyer with the sense of social responsibility the college endeavors to provide substantive and procedural knowledge to develop legal skills. The aim is to equip students to face the new challenges posed to the legal profession from time to time.



The college has a building for exclusive use during the working hours having classrooms, common rooms for students and teachers, ladies room, play ground, library and separate reading room.

College Library
The library is well equipped with a large collection of reference books, Law series, journals, periodicals, magazines, digests and reports. This collection is ever growing with regular additions of books and journals to cater the needs of the students and to provide them with latest quality material.
Court andOther interactions
As a part of co-curriculum activity , the college makes necessary arrangements for the academic interactions and for practical exposure to the students through visits to High court, Metropolitan courts, Tribunals, Legal Aid Clinics, Consumer Redressal forums, NGO’s, Law firms, etc.

The Management of Shri Ramkrishna Seva Mandal, Anand enjoys discretion in providing accommodation to the students separately in Boys and Girls hostel and special accommodation to NRI students in NRI hostel.

The college provides instructions to students for the following Degree, Post Graduate and Diploma courses:

LL.B. (General)
LL.B. (Special)
LL.M. (Master of Laws – Commercial Group)
D.T.P. (Diploma in Taxation Laws and Practice)
D.L.P. (Diploma in Labour Laws and Practice)
D.C.L.P. (Diploma in Co-operative Laws and Practice)

PRINCIPAL - ( Vacant)
Shri P. M. Patel (Officiating Principal)
    ( B.Com., LL.B.(Special), LL.M., D.T.P., D.L.P.)
Shri M. B. Prajapati
    ( B.Sc., LL.B.(Special), LL.M.)
Shri A. C. Pathak
    ( B.Com., LL.B.(Special)-Gold Medal, LL.M.-Gold Medal)
Shri R. N. Singh (Advocate- Gujarat High Court)
    ( B.A., LL.B.(Special), LL.M.-Gold Medal, P.G. Diploma in IRPM)
Shri K.B. Pandya
    (M.A., LL.B.(Special), LL.M.)
Shri R. P. Patel
    ( M.Com., M.Phil., D.T.P.-Gold medal)
Shri P. K. Rout
    ( B.A., LL.B.(Special), LL.M., D.T.P.)
Shri H. A. Tamboli ( Tax Practitioner)
    (B.A., LL.B.(Special), D.T.P.)
Shri S.K. Sinha
    ( M.Sc., M.B.A., LL.M.)
Shri K.I. Patel
    (B.Com., LL.B.(Special), LL.M.)
Shri Nilesh Shah
    (B.Sc., LL.B.(Special), LL.M., D.L.P., P.G. Diploma in
Smt. Ruplesha P. Patel
    (B.Com., LL.B.(Special), LL.M.)



The college is one of the leading law colleges of Gujarat. The achievements of college reflects in the fact that the graduates and post graduates from the college embellish various positions ranging from the posts of Lecturer to the posts of judge, J.M.F.C., Legal Managers, Legal departments, NGO’s, Advocate, Public prosecutor, Conciliator, legal advisor, Notary, etc.
The collage has honor to provide Conciliators in the Lok Adalats, organised by Legal Service Authority of Anand and its faculty members are invited to deliver lectures on law subjects by various collages, organizations and institutions.
To foster the overall development of the students, the college conducts various extra-curricular activities like Moot court, Elocution, Debate, sports and cultural programmes.



Law provides numerous career opportunities. With the enactment of each new law, newer opportunities for the legal profession are generated. There are now more and more public interest litigations than ever before. Legal practice is the first option that comes to one’s mind as soon as the law studies are completed. Apart from setting up one’s own private practice, law graduates can also join law firms or solicitor’s firms. The firms recruit fresh law graduates who are trained to work on cases and related matters.
Government jobs offer another avenue for enterprising law graduates. In order to join the subordinate judicial services, law graduates have to appear in competitive examinations conducted by the State Public Service Commissions in different States. In the state judicial service, one can move up from J.M.F.C., to a sub-judge to district judge. After working as a judge for several years, there is possibility of being selected as a judge of the High Court. The only alternative route to become a High Court Judge is a specified number of years in a particular court as a successful practicing lawyer.
Besides judicial services, many government departments at both the state and central level require legal experts as law officers or public prosecutors in law-enforcing agencies. The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) conducts combined recruitment tests for posts of Assistant Public Prosecutors. Appointment on the post of Attorney General or Advocate General is an added opportunity. The defence services too have their own judicial system also offer openings to LL.B. degree holders in their Departments.


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