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Children Welfare Centre Law College-Review

Children Welfare Centre Law College

MANSI. OM. VISHWAKARMA, a 3rd-year Law Student at Children Welfare Centre Law College, Mumbai has written this Review of “Children Welfare Centre Law College– This is a first-hand review.

Children Welfare Centre Law College is located in the Western Suburbs of Mumbai at Marve Road Malad (West), Mumbai, Maharashtra.


The Children Welfare Centre Law College was established in the year 2010. The College is syndicated to the University of Mumbai and recognized by the Bar Council of India and the Government of Maharashtra. Children welfare Centre Trust, currently in its 42nd year of existence, continues its sustained mission by making laudable inroads in the arena of education. The Centre admits students who wish to pursue graduation in such streams as Commerce, Management, Mass Media, Accounting, and Finance. Recognizing the need for training prospective teachers to impart quality education, the Trust set up the teacher’s Training Centre under the B.Ed. program in Andheri, west in 2009.


  • To establish a live connection with the social, economic, and political, economic realities of our country and thus promote social, economic, and political justice.
  • To give society good competent law professionals.
  • To promote the Constitutional values of Liberty, Equality, Fraternity, Socialism, and Secularism in the minds and hearts of students.
  • To provide interactive legal education.


The Children Welfare Centre Law College infrastructure includes the art Moot Court, Library, Computer lab, Audiovisual centre, etc.

MOOT COURT: The Moot Court provides the perfect environment for law students in which there they can practice and learn to build confidence for future arguments which can lead them to their desired position.

LIBRARY: The well-designed and stocked with various International/Nationals Law Journals, Law Reports, Magazines, academic yearbooks for law students, etc.

COMPUTER LAB: PC/computer assists law students with academic pursuits as well as for research for projects and Moot representations.

AUDIO VISUAL CENTER: The Centre serves to screen educational films through the facility of L.C.D Projectors and audio systems.


The Fees for the B.L.S/LL.B will be issued as per the guidelines by the Fees Regulating Authority, Government of Maharashtra.


Faculties are experts in law education and classes with strict attendance criteria. They are qualified and trained with great experience. Faculities do have good command over their respective subjects. Moreover, they also encourage students in every possible way and help them when needed. In Addition, Private tuition or coaching aren’t required as the notes provided are very useful and also practice is included.  


  • Attendance Committee

The college has formed the Attendance Committee as per University Ordinance 0.6086.

  • Anti-Ragging Cell

The college follows the UGC Regulations guidelines on curbing the menace of ragging in Higher Educational Institutions, 2009.

  • Prohibition on a scale of Cigarettes or Tobacco Products.


The Placement Cell constantly helps students gain the necessary information, service, skill, and contacts to help achieve their career goals.


There are many such activities that are organized by the college to develop students’ critical skills and abilities to build their social and communication skills. Additionally, the Moot Court competition serves as a practical learning opportunity for law students to apply their theoretical knowledge to real-life scenarios. Furthermore, the debate competition enhances the critical thinking and communication skills of participants. Moreover, the campus activities organized by the college provide a holistic learning experience for students to understand the legal system and its impact on society.

Furthermore, the legal aid clinic and study tours enable students to engage with the community. As well as it helps in gaining practical experience in providing legal assistance. In addition, Para-legal Training and Self Defence Training equip students with skills that are relevant to the legal profession and in their personal lives. Finally, all of these initiatives aim to promote a well-rounded education for law students. This ultimately prepares them for the future challenges of the legal profession.


I student of B.L.S LL.B from the Children Welfare Centre Law College, since I got admission to this college I was very concerned about how would be the institution and its infrastructure. It’s been more than a year since I spend in this institution. I am very much confident and active in every curricular activity and it’s all because of the best study guide and level-headed professors who drive us to our aim.

Official College Website:

This is the official link of the Children Welfare Centre Law College

Also Read: Review: Agnel School of Law, Mumbai


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