P.E.S.'s
Adv. BALASAHEB APTE COLLEGE OF LAW

STUDY TOURS AND VISITS

The fifth study cum leisure tour was conducted by the college from 31st March to 7th April , 2018 to New Delhi - Agra. The tour was organized by Mr. Prakash Kambli, Managing Director, Samarth Tours and Travels. The tour members visited the High Court of Delhi wherein students witnessed the court proceedings in various court rooms, including the Chief Justice’s court room. Members of the tour visited the Parliament of India & its museum, the Vivekanand International Foundation , Lodhi Gardens , Red Fort , Rajghat , Kutub Minar ,Humayun Tumb , Akshardham Temple, Taj Mahal & Fatehpur-Sikri. 157 students and 10 staff members participated and enjoyed the tour which was a huge success in all respects.

The fourth Study cum leisure tour was conducted by the college from 18th February to 24th February , 2017 to Hyderabad. The tour was organized by Mr. Prakash Kamble, Managing Director, Samarth tours and travels. The tour members first visited the Hyderabad High court wherein students witnessed the court proceedings in various court rooms , including the Chief Justice’s court room. Members of the tour visited the Birla Temple, Ramoji Film City, Golconda Fort, the Hussain Sagar Lake, Chaar Minaar and Salaar Jung Museum. 99 students and 7 staff members participated and enjoyed the tour which was a huge success in all respects.

Bengaluru-Mysore-Coorg-Mangalore

In January, 2016 the college conducted a seven-day study cum leisure tour to the state of Karnataka with 93 students and 6 members of the staff. Students grouped into batches and attended various court-room proceedings including that of the Chief Justice of the High Court of Bengaluru. They also visited Tipu Sultan’s Palace, Mysore Palace, Vrindawan Gardens, Tibetan Monastery and Penambur Beach.

Chandigarh-Amritsar

In March, 2015 a six-day tour was conducted to Chandigarh and Amritsar. 73 students accompanied by 5 staff members attended the court proceedings at the High Court of Punjab and Haryana in Chandigarh. In Amritsar, they visited the Jalianwala Baug, the Golden Temple and the Wagah Border.

Delhi-Agra

In January, 2014 36 students accompanied by 4 staff members visited the Supreme Court of India and the parliament House in Delhi. They also, visited the Taj Mahal at Agra.