Kingston Law College In West Bengal - College Courses, Placements

Kingston Law College

Berunanpukuria, Kolkata, West Bengal   |   ESTD : 2004   |   Approved By: PCI   |   Type: Private
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Overview Information

About College

Kingston Law College is situated in West Bengal and is approved by Bar Council of India. The college is affiliated to the well-known West Bengal State University. Kingston Law College is a synergistic product of efficient, talented and visioned minds. The college provides various  Bachelor degree courses to the students and trains them to be experts in their field. The main aim of Kingston Law College is to enable the students with the ability to achieve the best, by training them up with a fantastic mix of belief and knowledge that sets them apart from any other Law students. The college intends to facilitate a comprehensive, composite, consistent and complete education system. The college provides the modern legal education through improved methods of teaching and training of newer skills needed for the profession with well equipped state-of-the-art facilities. 

Facts and Figures of Kingston Law College-

Establishment Year


College Type


Chairperson of the Institute

Prof. (Dr.) J.P. Bandyopadhyay



Campus Strength


Institutes Under Kingston Law College


Total Faculty Members


Total Titles and Journals

Over 50,000

How to Reach

20 Kms from Kolkata Railway Station

Why to Join Kingston Law College?

  • Provides practical exposure to future legal professionals by making regular court visits and conducting moot courts
  • Regularly organizes various workshops and seminars on topics of current legal interest, having social objectives are regularly organized in the college.
  • Various luminaries from academic and practicing fields have delivered invited talks. 
  • Provides Internships and job assistantship through each semester
  • Provides Fee waivers to students under the Tuition fee waiver scheme

College Infrastructure and Facility

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