GLC – Government Law College
Government Law College (GLC) is one of the foremost law institutes in India. It offers law courses such as BLS.LLB, LL.B Degree and LL.M. programmes. The institute is located in Churchgate, Mumbai. Government Law College is said to be one of the pioneer law institutions who has given vital contribution to legal education in India. The institution has played a crucial role in the fields of politics, judiciary, history and social life in India.
The institute is most recognized and everyone wishes to pursue their education from there. great freedom fighters like Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, who is called the architecture of Indian Constitute, Lokmanya Balgangadhar Tilak, freedom fighter, Chief Justice M.C. Chagla, who was the first Indian Chief Justice of Mumbai High Court, N.A. Palkhiwala, Sir Motilal Setalvad, the first Attorney General of independent India, and many more well-known personalities completed their education from GCL.
Similarly, the institute has had well-known faculty such as Badruddin Tyebji, V.F. Taraporwala, B.G. Gokhale, N.A. Palkhivala, M.C. Chagla, G.S. Rao, N.H.C. Coyajee, S.G. Patwardhan, Tehemtan Daruwala, and many others can be listed in the prominent faculties. The institute aims to give quality legal education which can enhance students' law skills like argument, debate, etc. It gives complete shape to the students' personality and provides high legal education which helps them to be a good lawyer in future.
The institute is highly reputed and valued law institute in the country. It has an affluent legacy for being linked with the prominent personalities as mentioned above. Its students have occupied the highest post in Indian courts. To get the admission in GCL is just an esteemed experience. The institute has strengthened its education in a way that many of the students have occupied place in Harvard, Cambridge, Oxford, etc. to further their education.
Eligibility Criteria :
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- The candidates should have passed 10+2 exam of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary Education with at least 45 % marks in aggregate.
- The candidates who have got less than 45 % but more than 40 % in 10+2 are required to take an entrance exam.
- The candidates who are from out of Maharashtra State needed to obtain minimum 5 % more marks than the minimum prescribed marks for Maharashtra State candidate.