Registration Open for 2023-24 Batches

Symbiosis Law College

Courses Available & Seats:

SLS, Pune : Total 300 Seats [ B.A., L.L.B. (Hons.) :- 120 Seats+ B.B.A., L.L.B. (Hons.):- 180 Seats]

SLS, Noida: Total 180 Seats [BBA.LL.B - 120 seats and BA.LL.B - 60 seats]

SLS, Hyderabad: Total Seats 240 seats [ 120 seats of BBA, LL.B and 120 seats of BA, LL.B.]

Admission Process and Eligibility: (as per 2017 Notification)

  • XII pass from any branch with minimum 50% marks for general category and 45% for students of SC and ST category.

  • Qualifying the Symbiosis Entrance Test (SET) on 6th May 2017 + Personal interview & Writing Ability Test

  • SLS – Pune : 50 Marks (SET) + 25 Marks (PI) + 20 Marks (WAT)+5 Marks (Academic Profile)

  • SLS-Noida : 50 Marks (SET) + 30 Marks (PI) + 20 Marks (WAT)

  • SLS-Hyderabad : 50 Marks (SET) + 25 Marks (PI) + 20 Marks (WAT)+5 Marks (Academic Profile)

Selection is done in two phases:

  • Short list of PI-WAT will be prepared on the base of the SET score.

  • The short listed candidates will be invited for Personal Interview (PI) and Written Ability Test (WAT) at respective Centres.

Entrance Pattern: Duration 2.5 hours

Sr. No. Section Number of Questions Total Marks
1 Logical Reasoning 30 30
2 Legal Reasoning 30 30
3 Analytical Reasoning 30 30
4 Reading Comprehension 30 30
5 General Knowledge 30 30
Total 150 150

Each question carries one mark and NO negative marking.

Fee Structure:

  • Pune: Rs. 2,35000/- (Includes Library Deposit Rs.: 10,000/-).

  • Noida: Rs 2,05,000/-

  • Hyderabad: Rs. 2,35000/- (Includes Refundable Deposit Rs.: 10,000/-).


Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws (B.A. LL.B.) 2014-19

Semester I
Course Title
Law of Torts including MV Accident and Consumer Protection Laws I
Jurisprudence (Legal Method, Indian Legal System, and Basic Theory of Law)
History I (History of Law and Legal Institutions in Ancient and Medieval India)
Fundamentals of IT
Foundations of Ethics
Semester II
Law of Contract
Law of Tort including MV Accident and Consumer Protection Laws II
English (Advanced)
History II (History of Law and Legal Institutions in Medieval and Modern India)
Political Science I
Legal Database
Philosophy of Life and Lifestyle
Integrated Disaster Management
Semester III
Elective Course: Choose Any One of the following:
Basic Sanskrit I
Basic German I
Basic French I
Basic Spanish I
Basic Hindi I
Basic Marathi I
Compulsory Courses
Special Contract
Constitutional Law I
Family Law I
Political Science II
Concept of Wealth and Prosperity
Legal Reasoning Skills
Semester IV
Elective Course: Choose Second Part of elective selected in Semester III
Illustration: If one chose German I in Semester III, then he/she must choose German II in Semester IV
Basic Sanskrit II
Basic German II
Basic French II
Basic Spanish II
Basic Hindi II
Basic Marathi II
Compulsory Courses
Law of Crimes Paper I: Penal Code
Constitutional Law II
Family Law II
Effective Communication Skills
Political Science III
Legal Reasoning and Logic
Case Studies: Interlinking and Hyper linking
Semester V
Law of Crimes Paper II: Criminal Procedure Code I
Property Law
Company Law I
Administrative Law
Environmental Law
Liberal Arts I
Liberal Arts II
Semester VI
Law of Crimes Paper III: Criminal Procedure Code II
Company Law II
Philosophy of Law and Ethics
Public Administration
Public International Law
Inter Institute Course I
Inter Institute Course III
Global Immersion Programme
Semester VII
Civil Procedure Code and Limitation Act I
Principles of Taxation Law
* Elective : Choose Any Two of the following
Human Rights Law and Practice
Gender Justice and Feminist Jurisprudence
Humanitarian and Refugee Law
Merger and Acquisitions
International Trade and Economics
Banking Law
Insurance Law
Intellectual Property Law
Semester VIII
Law of Evidence
Civil Procedure Code and Limitation Act II
Forensic Science
Elective[1]: Choose Any Two of the Following
International Criminal Law
Penology and Victimology
Media Law
Information Technology Law
International Banking and Finance
Trade in Intellectual Property
General Agreement on Tariff and Trade
International Organization
Semester IX
Compulsory Courses
Labour and Industrial Law
Drafting, Pleading and Conveyance (Clinical Course I)[1]
Alternative Dispute Resolution (Clinical Course II)[2]
Elective[3]: Choose Any One of the Following
Comparative Criminal Procedure
Comparative Constitution
Investment Law
Trade and Services in Emigration
Semester X
Professional Ethics and Professional Accounting System (Clinical Course III)[1]
Moot Court Exercise and Internship (Clinical Course IV)[2]
Projects and Presentation
Elective: Choose Any One of the Following
Financial and Systemic Fraud
UNCITRAL Model Codes

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