Add value to your CV with the asset education module of Lucknow's City Group of Colleges

A beacon of excellence, the City Academy Law College offers the provisions to 'Enter as a Law Student, Graduate as a Judge'.

With 15 institutes under its banner across Lucknow and Barabanki, the chambers of City Group of Colleges have been symbolic of eminent academic and professional excellence, since its inception in 2003. With 4 state-of-the-art campuses around Lucknow, the institution offers an expansive array of over 40 special field courses, including pharmacy, paramedical sciences, management, law and polytechnic, among others. A distinguished name in its field, the City Group of Colleges is affiliated with Lucknow University and the Uttar Pradesh Technical University.

However, what sets it apart from its counterparts, is that this learning centre relies on an asset education module, that adds credibility to your profile with knowledge beyond the constraints of academic curriculums.


The glittering Hall of Fame

The City Group of Colleges in Lucknow, moulds students into dynamic professionals and its law academy, is an apex example of the same. This education system favours modern learning and the development of quality skill sets, that ensure that students are able to acquire more than just bookish texts.

Moot Court Competition for asset building

The City Academy Law College offers a rather unconventional provision, that allows law aspirants to 'Enter as a Law Student, Graduate as a Judge'. This claim has been realised time and again, as the educational forum provides free PCS (J) and SCS target classes along with their flagship 5-year B.A. LLB Degree Course. Their 'Hall of Fame' glitters abundantly with about 47 luminaries finding their seat in the judiciary. In the last batch itself, about 20 candidates were selected in the PCS (J) exams.

Mr Anil Kumar Mishra, Jharakhand PCS (J)

Similarly, the college also offers free CA classes along with a traditional B.Com Degree course, paving a route to success for several young minds. The list of achievements runs longer with these special provisions and the college group has managed to log in a number of students at noteworthy rankings in the Lucknow University's merit list.

Experience a dynamic 360° learning at the City Group of Colleges

With smart classes and other modern amenities, ranging from a library to high-tech laboratories, the college centres a 360° education system for its students. As far as digital education is concerned, the college has over 2000 computer systems across its various branches, where a special floor has been carved out to accommodate 550 computers for BCA Students in Lucknow. Along with this, seminars and workshops are run throughout the year, for holistic development.

Besides this, the City Group of Colleges works progressively in the foray of women self-defence and security. Consequently, the authorities have hired Mr. Abhishek, a Yash-Bharti Award recipient trainer, to hold monthly workshops for the females at the college. This in turn boosts students morale and adds value to their overall education.

They also run special programmes for rural areas, where several NGOs herald educational programmes for those children who have no means to achieve it. Student volunteers are involved in conducting these operations by means of the outfits registered with the educational institute, such as Srishti and Darpan Foundations.



The college also plans to start a special hospital by the second week of June 2021, expanding its scope of amenities beyond the pillars of education.

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