Nehru Memorial Law P.G. College The Nehru Memorial Law P.G. College, Hanumangarh Town (Rajasthan) was established in the year 1981 by the Management RashtriyaShikshanSansthanSamittee with due permission from the State Government. The college was the first of its kind to be an independent Law College in the state of Rajasthan. The College was initially affiliated with the University of Rajasthan. The College got its permanent affiliation from the Bar Council of India in the year 1984 since then this institution is imparting Legal education with excellence. The college has permanent affiliation from the University too. All the courses run by the institution are permanently approved by the State Government/Bar Council of India/University. The institution was established with the aim of imparting legal education and preparing the students to be excellent in legal profession. Later by introducing Post Graduate classes and legal research, this institution has become an excellent legal institution with research facilities i.e. Research centre in the field of Law. The college has touched the new heights of glory under the dynamic leadership of Prof. V. Tayal, Ex- Vice-Chancellor, University of Bikaner , Bikaner and Principal, Nehru Memorial Law P.G. College, Hanumangarh Town (Raj.). This college has the credit to produce a number of Judges, I.A.S., R.A.S., R.J.S, A.P.P, L.A & other administrative officers. Nehru Memorial Law P.G. College has evolved as this region's premier institute. The college provides a platform for a sound balance of academic learning, recreational atmosphere and infrastructural support for the students along with cultural awareness, continuing endeavors of innovative teaching learning methods, self-learning through individual and collective projects, well researched and documented dissertations; and, importantly, learning through experimentation. All these are distinct and unique features of this college. To achieve the goal of raising the standards of legal education students are trained by exposing them to live problems, situations and Istances, through group-discussions, periodical tests, seminars, conferences, court visits, moot courts legal aid camps and legal literacy camps.