Chandrendra Bahadur Singh Vidhi Mahavidyalaya
Affiliated to – Chhatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj University, Kanpur (Kanpur University)
Approved by
Chandrendra  Bahadur Singh Vidhi Mahavidyalaya (C.B.S.V.M.) is a Law College established by the proposal of Chandrendra Bahadur Singh Shikshan Sansthan, Dahiyawan, Soraon,  Allahabad in 2010 to provide Law Education, under the 3 year Law Program for the education of Law. It is the first Law College established in Soraon Tehsil of Allahabad district and is affiliated to the Chhatrapati  Shahu  Ji Maharaj  University, Kanpur and has an approval from the Bar Council of India, New Delhi.

With a growing demand for a Law College in the area, and the students with an interest to study law having to travel far for their educational pursuits, this law college was founded by Sri Prashant Pratap Singh, in remembrance of his grandfather Late Sri Chandrendra Bahadur Singh.

Our Vision
To pioneer a demanding legal education so engaged with the profession that our graduates have an enduring advantage as they meet the challenges of an increasingly complex world.

Our Mission
We serve the law. We teach it, study it, practice it, and work to make it just. This is our mission.
Our students come to C.B.S.V.M. with diverse traits, talents, and experiences, yet they have in common a desire to transform themselves into skilled and ethical legal professionals. They learn from us and from each other. We challenge and support them, and we are responsive to their family and career commitments.
We study law and the legal profession as critical observers and active participants. Our legal education incorporates scholarship and practice, maintains a strong connection to the profession, is intellectually rigorous, and instills an ethic of service to clients and community.

Our City
Allahabad, or “Settled by God” in Persian, is a major city in the north Indian state of Uttar Pradesh of India and is one of the main holy cities of Hinduism. The city primarily famous for its Holiness is also a Mecca of Education, boasting of the 4th oldest University in India, the Allahabad University and UP's single National Institutes of Technology.
Since the location of the High Court for the North-Western Provinces was shifted from Agra to Allahabad in 1869 and the name was correspondingly changed to the High Court of Judicature at Allahabad from 11 March 1919, Allahabad has been home to many of the top lawyers in the country.