• Well stocked library
  • Fully secured campus
  • Aesthetic classrooms
  • Hygienic college canteen
  • Concessionary fee for meritorious students
  • Education Bank Loan for the needy students
  • Classes on LCD projector
  • Hostel facility for students to be arranged and supervised by the College authority

A special Mentorship programme has been introduced in the college under which each and every faculty member is placed in-charge of a specific number of students (not more than 15) for monitoring the day to day activities of their respective students including their academic, mental, physical and moral growth. The performance of the faculty members/mentors are also judged by the conduct and performance of their RESPECTIVE students.


The S.I.P.E. Law College has a very well equipped library which is a prime source for legal research for both the faculty as well as the students. The library is well stocked with various books, journals, periodicals and magazines and law judgments of Supreme Court & all High Courts of India in addition to Central Act & Rules.
Along with the library there is a very comfortable and adequate reading room offering dynamic environment for conducting legal and law-related research. A student can borrow 2(Two) books at a time as per Borrowers Card system.
The Library remains open from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on all working days. It remains closed on Sundays and holidays.


The college publishes its annual magazine called “Shreebharati” and releases them on occasions of different Seminars. The first edition of the magazine was published in the year 2011 in a Seminar titled “Seminar on Environmental Day”.


The college has a “legal aid clinic” run by the students with the help and guidance of faculty members of the college and practising Advocates. The same was inaugurated by Hon’ble Mr. Justice Iqbal Ansari, Judge, Gauhati High Court, during a Seminar organised by the College on “Role of Law as an instrument of social change”. The Legal Aid Clinic provides an opportunity to the students to participate in the judicial process even before they complete their law graduation and this in turn will generate a sense of social responsibility in them by helping the poor, needy and downtrodden.