Excellent Law College provides excellent infrastructure to facilities academic as well as extra-curricular growth of the students. Situated on an educational complex of the Carter Road, it offers opportunities to the law student to interact with students of the other disciplines as well. These everyday interactions widen the horizon and scope of the students as they themselves discover space for their own profession.
Excellent Law College library provides students with extensive facilities to maximize their knowledge in the field of law. It is probably the most frequented section of the college, and most certainly a haven for dedicated law students. Students can avail of library facilities from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Timing is extended at the time of examinations. Each student is provided with a library card at the beginning of the academic term and this has to be renewed annually. For easy and prompt access all books are catalogued manually as well as on computer. The library is wire free and students are encouraged to bring their laptops to access the internet. However computers with internet facilities are available to students for academic purposes upon prior bookings.
MOOT COURT HALL
Moot court is an integral part of any law student’s dream to make it big in their profession. Moot court is the laboratory where a future lawyer acquires and hones his/her skills of advocacy. The Excellent Law College boasts of a real moot court where students practice their court etiquette.
Classes are conducted by excellent teaching faculties in spacious class rooms which are well equipped for the comfort and convenience of the students, Lifts are available to the fourth and fifth floors where the classes are held.
EXTRA-CURRICULAR AND CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
The cultural sub-committee introduces the students to a wider world of experience and a large sphere of activities by organizing discussions, debates, lectures and publications other than the college magazine. It also arranges annual educational tours and socials which help the students to co-operate with each other.