Sardar Patel University was established by an Act of the Legislative Assembly of the then Bombay Province in December 1955 and was recognized under 2f of the UGC Act in October 1968. The university has completed 56 golden years of a fruitful existence that has brought it to the forefront in terms of its academic excellence.
About the College
Anand Law College is a legal establishment recognized by the Bar Council of India, New Delhi since 1964 and is motivated by highly enthusiastic professionals under the guidance and supervision of the great visionary Late Dr. Gordhanbhai Shanabhai Patel (Vakil Saheb).
The college is managed by Shri Ramkrishna Seva Mandal, Anand and has been rendered an authenticity for permanent recognition to offer various Law Programmes. Its affiliation is with Sardar Patel University, Vallabh Vidyanagar.
Anand College of Legal Studies is a legal institution recognized by the Bar Council of India, New Delhi since 2016. The College is managed by Shri Ramkrishna Seva Mandal, Anand and has been granted permanent recognition to offer various law programmes. It is affiliated to the Sardar Patel University, Vallabh Vidyanagar.
About the Mock Exam
Anand Law College and Anand College of Legal Studies in collaboration are jointly organising a Free CLAT-UG Mock Exam.
Since its inception, the Institutes have provided a plethora of opportunities not only to its students but also to the ‘aspirants’ of CLAT, AILET, etc. to help them to take admission in their dream law school.
The most effective way to prepare for CLAT is to evaluate your level of preparation through mock tests on a regular basis. With this objective, the Institutes provides a Free CLAT-UG Mock Exam to help the students to know their strengths and work on their weaknesses.
Note: The Exam shall be based on CLAT-UG Syllabus of 2020.
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