Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel Subharti Institute of Law (SARPA-SIL) was started in the year 2002. The Bar Council of India under Advocates Act 1961 duly accorded its approval to the University (vide its letter no. BCI:D:1483/2012 (LE.Mtg. 7th July, 2012) dated 18/07/2012) permitting it to run the academic courses under the Faculty of Law. The College was started in the sacred memory of Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel, after whom the college has been named, an Iron Man and the country first Home Minister and eminent lawyer. Sardar Patel Subharti Institute of Law is located in lush green surroundings, in a magnificent building with spacious and well-furnished classrooms, equipped with necessary instructional Aids such as overhead projector, white boards and LCD Projector for effective communication and interaction with the students, to facilitate classroom discussion and project presentation .It prides in possessing a rich Library, with computing facilities, a vibrant campus and excellent faculty which makes it one of the select institutions for imparting legal education in India. The whole college is Wi-Fi empowered with 24x7 internet connection. It has a Moot Court Hall designed like a courtroom for the purpose of conducting Moot Court practice competitions. The programme seeks to promote multi-disciplinary analysis of the socio-legal problems by designing its course structure and teaching methods to realize these objectives. The methods of teaching in the Sardar Patel Subharti Institute of Law include lectures discussions, case law analysis, moot court training, project assignments, free legal aid camps, internship programmes and placement opportunities. In addition, the college organizes seminars on contemporary socio-political-legal issues, conducts clinical courses and trains students in legal research and legal writing. By the time a student completes his/her five year programme he/she will be fully equipped with the required subject knowledge and practical experience in the field of law to become a full fledged responsible member of the legal profession.