Administrative Block

The two-storied Administrative Block comprises of Principal’s Chamber, Office Room, Moot Court Hall, Seminar Hall, Conference Hall and individual faculty rooms.

Academic Block

The two-storied Academic Block is exclusively for teaching the students on various law and non-law subjects. There are more than 20 class rooms with all amenities of modern teaching and learning in the Academic Block.

Conference Hall

There is a fully air-conditioned conference hall with modern amenities located in the 1st floor of Administrative Block, equipped with Video Conferencing technology with a sitting capacity of 50 persons.

Seminar Hall

Beautifully designed fully air-conditioned seminar hall of the Institution has a sitting capacity of 150 persons. Institution is organizing seminars, faculty development programmes, workshops, memorial lectures and invited lectures in this seminar hall.


The Institution takes pride in promoting the aesthetic and cultural sensibilities of its students. The Auditorium of the Institution acts as a cultural hub that showcases aesthetic and artistic values. Centrally located on the campus, the Auditorium boasts a state-of-the-art mixer, seating capacity of over 200, theatre surround sound. Besides cultural programmes, important college events like Annual College Days, intellectual seminars, inaugural and valedictory function of various curricular and extra-curricular activities find a venue here.

Boys Hostel and Girls Hostel

Full furnished two-storied Boys’ Hostel and three-storied Girls’ Hostel situated in the campus have a capacity to accommodate 80 boys and 120 girls respectively. The hostel rooms are spacious, adequately ventilated, well maintained and furnished with necessary accessories.


In addition to academics, the college also pays attention to the health and fitness of the students to achieve and keep healthy body and weight for reducing stress, anxiety and depression which helps improving self confidence of the students. The gymnasium is a proud addition to the services and facilities offered to the students and staffs of the institution. The college has invested over three lakhs on equipment for the gym, which includes cross-trainers, multi-gyms, treadmills etc.

Moot Court and Mooting Culture

Being a pioneering institution in India to conduct Moot Court Competitions, Dr. Ambedkar Government Law College, Puducherry frequently conducts national level moot court competitions every year on various themes with the objective to train the law students about the practical aspects of court procedure. During the competition, law students/participants are divided into teams and they are required to argue on a specific problem before a panel of Judges in the same manner as done in a Court of Law so that they can hone their advocating skills and prosper well in the legal profession. The best performers are given cash awards in the presence of Dignitaries.
The Institution has been conducting National Moot Court Competition since its inception and so far conducted 46 National Level Moot Court Competitions including 5 Regional Language (Tamil) Moot Court Competitions and one All India Women Moot Court Competition exclusively for girls student. Our College has also functioned as Regional Administrator for 16 years continuously for selection of Indian Team to represent India in Jessup Philips International Law Moot Court held in USA.


The two-storied Library of Dr. Ambedkar Government Law College, Puducherry functions as the primary Information Resource Centre and Repository of printed and Electronic Resources to fulfill the teaching and research activities of the Institution. The Library has rich collection of books and journals in the field of Law, Economics, Political Science, Sociology, etc. This is one of the rich libraries in India having more than 40,000 books.
The Periodical section includes the Supreme Court Cases, Supreme Court Reports, Supreme Court Almanac, Law Quarterly Review, All India Reporter, Criminal Law Journal, Harvard Law Review, Columbia Law Review, corpus Juris Secundum, Reportsof Company Cases, University of Pensylvania Law Review, International Legal Materials, University of Toronto Law Journal, Moore’s Indian Appreal, Human Rights Law Journal, All India Services Law Journal, Indian Journal of International Law, Madras Law Journal, British Journal of Industrial Relations, British Year Book of International Law, Income Tax Reports, Indian Labour Journal, United States Supreme Court Reports, International and Comparative Law Quarterly, Indian Factories and Labour Reports etc.
The Reference section includes the Bare Acts, Commentaries, Proceedings, Legislative and constitutional material, Encyclopedias, and Dictionaries etc.

Computer Lab cum Digital Library

Recently initiative has been taken to upgrade and digitalise the library. It is not just a repository with search /browse facilities but provides a host of services for the learners community. This digital library is designed to enable students/researchers/teachers to learn and prepare from best practices from all over the world and to facilitate them to perform inter-linked exploration from multiple resources. At present, the whole library campus is wifi enabled and there are 20 computers with broad band internet connectivity.

Smart Classroom

Technology-enabled education is peeping deep into the classrooms, paving a way to smart-education. The concept of smart classrooms has arrived at the forefront with the integration of advanced hardware and innovative software technology to enhance the way of teaching and to keep a check on students learning. Moreover, smart or digital classrooms foster creativity and an interactive environment would help in bringing in more innovative ideas, more queries, and more solutions. Consequently, there is a broadening of the domain of knowledge that a person acquires and encouragement in informal learning through this versatile Video-Conferencing solution. The fully air-conditioned smart classroom of the Institution is integrated with the digital displays, whiteboards, hardware equipments, LCD Projector, microphone, assistive listening devices, and other audio/visual components that make lectures easier, engaging, and more interactive for the students.