Shri L P Raval College is located at opposite Railway Station, Raval Nagar, Shanti Vihar, Mira Road, Mira Bhayandar, Maharashtra 401107, India, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Shri L P Raval College and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Rashid Khatoon

5 Google Rating

now is strictly but before not .teacher is educated but some teachers

5/ 5

now is strictly but before not .teacher is educated but some teachers

junait shaikh

1 Google Rating

Worst college in Mira road, teacher doesn't care about student, the college is taking corruption of

1/ 5

Worst college in Mira road, teacher doesn't care about student, the college is taking corruption of any work. Principal is honest and all the director, manager and staff is worst.

Afridi Sayyed

1 Google Rating

If you see good reviews and ratings for this college trust me they have been paid for it. (Only few

1/ 5

If you see good reviews and ratings for this college trust me they have been paid for it. (Only few faculties that they provide are good, I still admire those teachers, I still remember their advise and knowledge). The ambience is poor as well the management. The gate guard will talk to you disrespectfully, no matter if it's girl or a boy. Raval college is so corrupted that they do business in the name of education. This is my personal experience when I was 3rd year there was this student who never appeared for any lectures but eventually he use to be there for exams and all of his projects were done by my friend and he was paid for it by the college. That student was a son of politician.

Rohan C

1 Google Rating

One of the worst college..where only money matters..they are not bothered about education..their mai

1/ 5

One of the worst college..where only money matters..they are not bothered about education..their main motto is minting money, blackmailing. From the director to the staff all are a bunch of theives who only want money..the University should blacklist this college..

Qamar Arif

1 Google Rating

Worst Supporting staff they have got, when during HSC, Hall Ticket had Naming (Spelling) problem, wh

1/ 5

Worst Supporting staff they have got, when during HSC, Hall Ticket had Naming (Spelling) problem, when we have provided all the details properly, it was absolutely negligence on the management part who prepares Hall Ticket & College is asking for Rs.200/- as service charges towards the same. I know it's nothing peanuts but Why a student has to bear the expense for the management's negligence . .Shocking...disgusting & absolutely ridiculous experience .

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