Law School Review @Chanderprabhu Jain College of Higher Studies, New Delhi

By | January 30, 2017

Law School Review @Chanderprabhu Jain College of Higher Studies, New Delhi

Brief Introduction of the law school

Chanderprabhu Jain College of Higher Studies and School Of Law has been promoted by the Rishi Aurobindo Educational Society to run market focused professional programmes in the emerging areas of higher education in the disciplines which have high job potential.
The Institute runs full time BBA (General) (3 year programme in two shifts), BBA CAM (3 year programme in two shifts), BCA (3 year programme in two shifts), B. Com (Hons.) (3 year programme in two shifts) and B.A.LL.B. (Hons) (a 5-year integrated Programme) BBA LL.B. (Hons) (a 5-year integrated Programme) Courses affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi. The credibility of education at the Institute is increasingly being realized and recognized by the corporate world.

Name of Law Student

Prateek Arora

Name of law school

Chanderprabhu Jain College of Higher Studies and School Of Law, New Delhi-110040

Official website/web page


The Infrastructure of the College Includes Air-Conditioned Lecture Halls / Classrooms, Air-Conditioned Computer Labs, Moot Court, Air-Conditioned conference / Seminar Halls, Play Ground etc

Hostel Facility

Hostel facility is available for male and female students at a convenient and safe location adjacent to the college premises.

Faculty and Academics

Teaching faculty is the spine of any Institution. The CPJCHS has well-qualified faculty members who are investing their best to take this Institute to a remarkable height. Teaching profession is a profession of dedication, sacrifice, love, affection and peace. Such qualities are inevitable in a teacher and we are proud to have such faculty members with us.

Administration and Fee structure

Attitude of Administration is Nice but sometimes it Feels a bit Hostile but I feel in the Long Run it is only for the betterment of the Students. Being a student of Law Student only knows fee of law Student ie. Rs. 64,925/


The cafeteria is the best loved place in the college & is the right place to take a breather between the lectures. It serves food that gets the taste buds tingling for more. It offers hygienically prepared delectable snacks, soft drinks and other assorted items catching the imagination of the young at heart.

Student culture and activities

Understanding the culture of a nation, people or a group – the arts, beliefs, customs, practices, values and social behaviors – lies at the heart of our college. By attending cultural events, a CPJ-CHS student experiences firsthand the diverse offerings of culture and artistic expression found in oneself. CPJ-CHS inculcates the feeling of enthusiasm and make the students realize the life within them. The college organizes different events like Farewell Party, Cultural Fest accompanied by different competitions like Debate, Mehandi, Dance and Music wherein the students realize their talents and also showcase it. This way, a CPJian gets the best platform to learn and grow vivaciously.

Training Session of Para Legal Volunteers On session was conducted for para legal volunteers by District and Session judge Ms. Asha Menon for DLSA Students who were prepared for rendering legal assistance to needy people of the society.


For the physical and mental development of faculty and students, the institution has provided various indoor and outdoor games i.e. football, volleyball, badminton, table tennis, chess, carrom board games etc. in the institute. And some of others Student culture and activities are as Seminars and Guest Lectures, Personality Development Programme


The Placement related activities are a part of the Corporate Exposure, Training and Placement Activity Cell (CETPAC) which works on the methodology of perfectionism and we nurture our students to be epitome of perfection in their respective fields. Being assisted by the final year students and the faculty alike, the CETPAC has been placing a majority of its final year students in leading corporate from the Management and IT and the Law Firms. The students undergo Pre-Placement Sessions and a complete warming-up exercise at the college before being interviewed and selected by the respective corporate organizations.

Best things

It feels a bit Unbiased that being myself a student of the same college appreciating my college but yeah its true I love my college a lot as thus evident of my review which I am giving my review. But those who found out then they must try out and see the college themselves and must give it a visit.

Worst things

Although our College has organized and organizes many Extra curriculum activities but even though I like that it should thus organize much more of them as and the other thing which I don’t like of my college is that it does not have any Student Elections as are held in the Delhi university and Jawaharlal Nehru University. And one more thing which I like to add on that I don’t like of my College is that the Password of Wi-Fi is not told to us despite of the fact that Wi-Fi has been provided to us but it is not for law students.

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Mayank Shekhar
Author: Mayank Shekhar

Mayank is a student at Faculty of Law, Delhi University. Under his leadership, Legal Bites has been researching and developing resources through blogging, educational resources, competitions, and seminars.

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