The Law College has a beautiful building. The Law College building consists of separate class-rooms for 3 years LL.B. and 5 years B.A.LL.B. Degree courses, also for One year Diploma courses.
The College has separate hostel buildings for girls and boys.
Sangamner is located about 140 KMs from Pune, 200 KMs from Mumbai, 65 KMs away from Nasik and 40 KMs from Shirdi. It is a well developed town located at the bank of Pravara River. Sangamner is famous for Marathi poet Anant Fandi, who sang the Powadas.
Sangamner is a taluka headquarter situated on the National Highway-50, about 17 km north-west of Ashwi, in Ahmednagar District. It is 71 km south-east of Nasik and about 78 km north-west of the district headquarter at Ahmednagar. Shirdi, the Saibaba pilgrim spot, Loni, Bhandardara Dam (Umbrella Falls) and Kalasubai peak, Harischandragarh, wildlife sanctuary are some prominent tourist destinations around. Aurangabad Airport and Pune Lohegaon Airport serve Sangamner. The nearest Railway Station is at Belapur in Shrirampur Taluka of Ahmednagar District.
Situated in 19°34′ north latitude and 74°16′ east longitude at the confluence of the Mhalungi and the Pravara rivers, Sangamner is a municipal town and headquarters of the taluka. It lies about fifty miles to the north-west of Ahmednagar, the district headquarters. It is a seat of a Civil Judge (Junior Division) and First Class Judicial Magistrate. There is a police station at Sangamner which has jurisdiction extending over 139 villages. The town has a post and telegraph office and a Government rest-house. A weekly market which is also a cattle market is held at Sangamner on every Saturday.
For public convenience the municipality maintains one vegetable market. There are four libraries in the town. The medical facilities to the town populace are provided by the private medical practitioners and a municipal cottage hospital with twenty beds and a hospital conducted by the Government. The veterinary dispensary in the town is conducted by the Zilla Parishad. The town is supplied with tap water from a jackwell constructed for the purpose.
Primary education has been made compulsory in the town and is managed by the Zilla Parishad, the municipality paying 5 percent of the ratable value to the Zilla Parishad as contribution towards the expenses incurred on primary education in the town. The facilities for higher education are available in the form of Arts, Science, Commerce, Dental, Engineering and Pharmacy Colleges. There are also some Montessori schools in the town.
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