The City of Coimbatore, known as the Manchester of south India, had numerous educational institutions except a law college till the year 1979. For the entire state of Tamil Nadu, there was only one Law College in Madras to impart legal education to the students. In 1974 another law college was started in the temple city (Madurai) to cater the people of the southern districts of Tamil Nadu.
As the demand for admission to the law course was increasing and the existing two law colleges were already overcrowded, the Government felt the need for opening more number of law colleges in different centres of the State.
The proposal for opening two more law colleges, one at the industrial city (Coimbatore) and the other at the rock city (Tiruchirappalli) to serve the interests of the people of western and central parts of the state respectively, was submitted to the Government by the, then Director of Legal Studies, Prof.S.Master Sankaran M.L.., and the same was approved by the Government of Tamil Nadu in G.O. Ms. No.1407 Edn., dated 02.08.1979. Prof.T. Audiseshan of Madras Law College was deputed as special officer for establishing the law college at Coimbatore.
The Government Law College, Coimbatore located at GEE DEE Hopt. Buildings, Avinashi Road, Coimbatore-641 014, commenced to function from August 1979. Later in January 1980, it was shifted to 9-B, Race Course Road, Coimbatore-18 and it functioned there till January 1991.
Presently the College is housed in its own campus at Maruthamalai, adjacent to the Bharathiar University. The present campus has a total area of 20.12 acres. Built in lush green mountainous, airy, clean and calm atmosphere at the foot hills of the Western Ghats, the campus is ideally suitable for one who wants to pursue legal education. Adjacent to the College, two hostels for men & women students have also been constructed.
The Residential quarter for the Deputy Warden of men’s hostel has been provided inside the campus by the Government since the year 2004. The college offers 5 year course for Higher Secondary students, 3 year regular course for graduates and also 2 year M.L. Course in the branch “Contracts including Mercantile Law” since the academic year 1999-2000. The title of the M.L. course has now been changed to “Business Law”. In 2015, the title of M.L. has been changed L.L.M. In the year 2020-2021, the college also offers 2 year LL.M. in the branch of “Taxation Laws”.
With a view of improving the quality, the campus encompasses a newly constructed classrooms, hi tech library which can accommodate over 2000 readers, a model court, air conditioned auditorium housing 1000 students/audience, CCTV Circuiting covering the entire campus, bio metric facilities, Wi-Fi facilities etc.,
The Govt. Law College, Coimbatore is affiliated to The Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University, Chennai from the academic year 1997-1998.
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posted on : 19-10-2022
This 3/5 rating is for the location, amenities and on consideration of shops, medical unit, resources available. A far away from everything. I would like to rate 3/5 for the college oriented. As the parking spot is comment able. I rather think the technology goes backwards here. Not computerized mechanism followed, which lags behind with time constraints. Sports? Extra curricular's? Exactly a college at forest premises! Not even a bus stop at this place, only the sun/rain cares about students. Only the tree which stands supportive 😊 It's merely a rural life in urban area☺️ I admire the sub registrar office is beyond this locality!
posted on : 02-10-2022
Ethics is knowing the difference between what you have a right to do and what is right to do. It is good college and well experienced staff, good teaching, all the staff were well educated. Good atmosphere surrounding the college. Parking facility were available. Most important thing is no celebration, culture, and sports activities in this college. Bus facility were available for the whole day.