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Government Law College (GLC), Mumbai, Maharashtra


Government Law College (GLC), Mumbai, Maharashtra
Address: Plot / Street / Area
A Road, Churchgate
Mumbai (District Mumbai)
Maharashtra, India
Pin Code : 400020

Government Law College (GLC), Mumbai Maharashtra is a recognised institute / college. Government Law College (GLC), Mumbai Maharashtra is also known as GLC Mumbai. Government Law College (GLC), Mumbai Maharashtra was established on / in 1855.

Principal of Government Law College (GLC), Mumbai Maharashtra is Judge J.B. MALIK.

Government Law College (GLC) is situated in Mumbai of Maharashtra state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Mumbai comes under Mumbai (Bombay) Tehsil, Mumbai District.

Fax # of Government Law College (GLC), Mumbai Maharashtra is 022-22851246.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Government Law College (GLC), Mumbai Maharashtra are 92255-48604.

Website of Government Law College (GLC), Mumbai Maharashtra is www.glc.edu/.

Contact Details of Government Law College (GLC), Mumbai Maharashtra are : Telephone: +91-22-22041638, 22041707


Government Law College (GLC), Mumbai Maharashtra runs course(s) in Law stream(s).
LL.B LL.M Postgraduate Diploma

Approval details: Government Law College (GLC) is affiliated with University of Mumbai (UoM), Mumbai (Maharashtra)

Profile of Government Law College (GLC)

Any discussion of the Indias legal system and legal culture today is incomplete, in fact, meaningless without a mention of the Government Law College. If one look back over the years, One becomes aware of the immeasurable role this pioneering law institution has played in the judicial, political, social life and historical background of India. The legal luminaries who have walked thriugh its portals touch our lives even today. Great man like Lokmanya balgangadhar Tilak (freedom fighter), Dr. B. R. Ambedkar (the architect of the indian Constitution); Chief Jutice M. C. Chagla (the first Indian Chief Justice of the Bombay High Court), Sir Motilal Setalvad (the first Attorney General of Independent India), N. A. Palkhiwala and many other Prominent personalities have left their footprints behind for all time to come.

The Collage has had an equally illustrious faculty like Chief Justice M. C. Chagla, Badruddin Tyebji, G. S. Rao, V. F. Taraporwala, N. H. C. Coyajee, B. G. Gokhale, S. G. Patwardhan, N. A. Palkhivala, Tehemtan Daruwala among others. Free Indias first Law Minister and one of the principle architects of her constitution, Dr. B. R. Ambedkar, Sir Dinshaw Mulla, Sir Bomanji wadia and shri. A. A. A. Fyzee have been among the distingushed Principals of the college. The list is endless. Today one cannot help bur relive all those memorable moments, which contributed in making this institution, the most distinguished law college in the Country.


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University delays law question paper

Mumbai: A goof up occurred during the first year LLB semester one examination at the Government Law College, Churchgate, on Wednesday. While 250 students sat in the examination hall to appear for their political science paper, the university authorities allegedly forgot to send the question papers to the college. When the college contacted the university, the officials faxed the question paper.The political science paper for the first year students was delayed by half an hour as the university did not send the question papers to the GLC College. The paper was scheduled from 11am to 2pm. Generally, the university sends the question paper at least by 10am. We grew suspicious when the paper did not reach us even by 9.45am. When we contacted the university, they told us that they did not know that we needed the question paper, said Kavita Hedaoo, senior supervisor, GLC.

Shocked at the university response Hedaoo demanded that the university fax them the paper immediately. We received the paper at 11am but it took us half an hour to makes photocopies, she added. After the college complained, university also sent hard copies of the paper but the college only received it at 12. 15pm.Professor Rachita Ratho, who teaches political science said, This is the first time that such carelessness was shown by the university. It was disturbing because the fate of the students was at stake. Luckily, after we received the papers, exams went off smoothly.

However, Vilas Shinde, controller of examinations, University of Mumbai said, The college was at fault. They did not send us a report of the number of students requiring the question paper. But the college authorities said that they had sent the report in March.

Surrogacy is like infidelity: Church

Mumbai: The church is opposed to surrogacy, said Father Stephen Fernandes, professor of medical ethics and moral theology at the Goregaon seminary. He was speaking at a panel discussion on Surrogacy — Medical Marvel, Legal Labyrinth; Redefining Motherhood conducted by the DM Harish Memorial Government Law College on Thursday.Citing ethical concerns surrounding new technology, Fernandes said, Surrogacy fractures relationships. It is infidelity in a way and harms the institution of marriage. It is a contract without responsibility.He added: Renting a womb is not the correct way for procreation. In this case, the ends cannot justify the means. It is wrong on the part of science to interfere with nature.Stating that adoption would be a better option for infertile parents, Fernandes said, There are so many abandoned babies up for adoption. I feel adoption should be the last resort for infertile parents, he said.Terming surrogacy baby outsourcing, Fernandes said issues like the rights of a child following separation from the mother should be looked into. You cannot completely cut off the ties between the child and the surrogate mother. We need to study the effects of medical treatment on both, he added.Additional solicitor-general Darius Khambatta said he was not against surrogacy but that the state could face legal problems. We have to give a woman the right to rent out her womb so she can use the money to take care of her other children.

He agreed with womens rights advocate Flavia Agnes, who suggested that no clinic in India should entertain applications from foreign nationals whose home country does not approve of surrogacy.

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