Vels Group of Institutions inaugurated its Law School in University Campus of Chennai on August 19, 2015. The new faculty, which is 13th college of Vels Group of Institutions, was inaugurated by Hon’ble Justice Thiru. B.Rajendran, Madras High Court Judge.
The University will now be offering five-year integrated law programmes as well as three-year law programmes. While the 5-year integrated law programme, B.A, L.L.B will be offered from the academic session 2015-16, the 3-year programme, B.L., is scheduled to begin from the 2016-17 academic session.
The institution officials said that the law school has been set up with approval of the Bar Council of India and has all required infrastructures including fully-furnished class rooms, equipped library, moot court and qualified faculty members.
A number of distinguished personalities were present on the occasion, including Vels University Chancellor Dr. Ishari K Ganesh, Vice President ( Planning & Development ) Dr. Jothi Murugan, Vice President (Academic), Mrs. Arthi Ganesh, Vice-Chancellor Dr. V.Thamizh Arasan , Advisor Vels School of Law– Dr. V.Vijayakumar (Former Vice-Chancellor, Dr. Ambedkar Law University) Dr. S.Sivasubramanian–Advisor(Research) , Dr. B.Krishnamurthy, Registrar, Dr. Dilshad Shaik, Director, School of Law, Vels University.
Vels Group of Institutions was founded in 1992 and currently it has over 20000 students in its institutions offering secondary and higher education.
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I think VELS College, Chennai is a good option
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The infrastructure of the college is very good. The campus is spread over 10 acres at Pallavaram. Shivalaya auditorium is a hall with a seating capacity of 1500 people at a time. The campus is fully air-conditioned. The law block is air-conditioned and has lecture halls. Hence, VELS is a good place for studies and other activities.
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This is some info about placements of both the colleges:
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