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Sarsuna Law College (SLC), Kolkata is located in Sarsuna, a city filled with historical importance since the Mughal era. Situated in a region selected by the East India Company as one of the major areas of Western learning, the principal objective of the college is to make graduates well versed with the laws, their basic principles, scope and field of application. The Sarsuna Law College was founded in 2004. The graduates of SLC have all done exceptionally well in their University examinations.The faculty tries their level best to impart meaningful legal education so that they can turn into wise and competent lawyers. The college has an outstnding infrastructure with a massive library. The library has a massive range of text books, reference books, journals and reports.SLC focuses on practical learning and gives great importance to extra-curricular activites like debates, court visits, mock trials, legal aid programmes, among others. Regular tests are conducted here to equip students with adequate legal knowledge. The eligibiltycriteria required acandidate to have completed graduation from a recognized university with minimum 45% marks (40% for SC/ ST candidate).
Sarsuna Law College has been set up with the principal aim of improving lawful calling with its immaculate education. Students are required to be trained to become proficient in legal knowledge. SLC is known as one of the best Law Colleges in the nation, and gives quality lawful instruction. The school's essential mission is to produce era persevering, efficient, capable legal advisors who won't just enter the Bar and the Bench yet will likewise be prepared to address successfully the goals of the new Millennium.Law is not the impression of the State's regimentation of tasteful expression or masterful creation yet the impression of a group's Cultural standards on which mores of law are to develop.Today ' The changing idea of Law has turned into a family word and the world needs another dynamic Jurisprudence of Law for the new age. Sarsuna Law College is not a 'Disconnected World' thus it needs to keep it's tune with the 'Changing universe of Law'. In this way, this School has received diverse particular dynamic investigations of law for the law understudies who are the social designers of future, for example,Cyber Space Laws, Insurance Laws Air and Space Laws, Law and Biotechnology, Computer Laws, Information Technology Laws, Law identifying with Human Rights, International Economic Laws and so on.
- Bar Council of India(New Delhi)
- Vidyasagar University
Address: 1/HB/4, Ho-Chi-Minh Sarani, P.O. - Sarsuna, Kolkata - 700 061,
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3 YEAR COURSE Course
|Course Name||3 Year Course|
|Course Level||Under Graduate|
|Mode||Regular, Full Time,|
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To pursue 3 year course at students must satisfy following eligibility criteria.
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1) 3 year Law Degree Course - A candidate who has graduated in any discipline from a recognized University can appear for L.L.B. course
2) Integrated Degree Program - Candidate must have passed 10+2 Higher Secondary Exam or an exam cosidered to be equivalnt to 10+2 Higher Secondary Exam can enrol for integrated degree program (LLB and a first degree in any other subject).
Candidates who have obtained 10+2 Higher secondary exam certificate or a graduate degree after taking up other courses through distance mode are also considered eligible for integrated degree course. But those candidates who have obtained 10+2 Higher secondary exam certificate or a graduate degree through distance mode or from open universities without any basic qualification are not eligible for admission into law courses.
Minimum marks for admission into law courses -
1) 40% for SC/ST candidates
2) 45% for other candidates