• The centre is well equipped with computers, internet and telephone facilities.

  • Separate toilets for men and women, Aquaguard purified drinking water facility is available.

  • To meet the growing challenge of internet usage & e-learning, the centre has a computer lab with internet facility with a seating capacity of approximately 70 Students.

  • The centre has a distinct pride to have its own well-furnished conference hall with LCD Projectors.

  • The centre has established a Pre Examination coaching centre under UGC scheme for SC/ST/OBC and Minorities students.

  • Top floor of the building is exclusively used to accommodate the library with a seating capacity of approximately 100 students at a time. The library has a rich collection of more than 25,000 books and subscribed 20 (national and international) journals. The library remains open from 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. on all working days.

  • The centre has its own playground and under the supervision of Sports incharge various sports activities conducted throughout the year. Students of the Centre has  won prizes in various sports and other co-curricular activities. The Institute considers co-curricular activities as an essential part of its students’ personality development. For leisure, students have access to a common room with popular indoor games such as table tennis , carom board, chess.etc.

  • We believe that real life situations of legal arena can be known only when the students equip themselves fully with the practical knowledge of law. Teaching theoretical law to the students without exposing them to practical application of law is of less usefulness especially to those who intend to opt for law practice after completion of LLB course.  An extra-curricular activity through moot court is regularly done in the School of Legal Studies in which student participants take part in simulated court proceedings involving drafting of briefs and presentation of oral arguments. For the conduct of moot courts, the school has one Moot Court Room which is so designed as to give replicated look of a real court.

  •  With a view to utilize the energies, enthusiasm, zeal and commitment of the law students, legal aid clinic is established in School of Legal Studies, Regional Centre Dharamshala.. The Legal Aid is consisting of law students headed by the law teachers. They extend legal advice / assistance to the public for redressal of their grievances. The Members of the legal aid clinics also create legal awareness among the general public. They guide the public in availing legal services. The Members of the Legal Aid Clinics will explain and assist the general public about the availment of the services of Lok Adalat mechanism for settlement of cases and disputes. The Members of Legal Aid Clinic visit the neighbouring areas and explain the public about the various legal services schemes, programmes and guide them to avail such facilities. The Legal Aid Clinics are the link between the public and the legal services institutions in rendering legal assistance for redressal of their grievances.