Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA
(Opposite Nokia Siemens Building)
Sector 62, Block – A,
Plot No. 47/48,NOIDA – 201301,UP-India
Tel.:+91(0) 8800915276/ 7835975613
Email –


Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA, in just sixth year of its inception, has carved a niche for itself in the academic circuits. It has become a celebrated name amongst the aspirants of professional legal education. It holistically promotes academic excellence, intellectual discipline and professional leadership. Being a constituent of Symbiosis International University, it envisions the reputation of Symbiosis in and around Delhi, the constitutional capital of India. The SLS-NOIDA is strategically located in the industrial hub of NCR thereby opening up a plethora of opportunities for budding lawyers.

The SLS-NOIDA strives towards supplementing reforms in the field of law: to groom students to become the unified face of our legal fraternity, to produce knowledge disseminators and to produce individuals who are the torchbearers of the legal system of the country. Our effort is aimed at producing an intellect that believes in reforming rather than punishing and has the potential of hoisting the flag of truth and justice in an unfailing manner.

The SLS-NOIDA, in its effort to holistically develop the personality of its learners, has formulated various cells including Research & Publication Cell, Moot Court Society, Legal Aid Center, Training & Placement Cell, Environmental and Social Welfare Cell, Cultural Cell, Sports Cell, Debate Society, Literary Society and International Law Students Association (ILSA) Chapter & Enactus Chapter. These cells not only groom student-leadership but also provide wider opportunities for their overall development in curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.

The SLS-NOIDA believes in orienting the student’s intellect towards attainment of their goals by creating assiduous environment of innovative learning and inter-disciplinary knowledge. The faculty members and the students work together towards creation and dissemination of knowledge. The pedagogy is designed to bring out the best in each student. To add to the experience of the students and the faculty members, theoretical learning coupled with practical exposure provides the right blend of success to the learners at SLS-NOIDA. The SLS-NOIDA organizes weekly lectures under the banner of ‘Extension Lecture Series’ delivered by multi-disciplinary academicians, legal luminaries and corporate honchos. These lectures are instrumental in providing the students with the challenges awaiting them in their career (To know more visit

The SLS-NOIDA’s strive for ‘International Understanding through Quality Education’ is proven by its conduct in workshops/seminars/conference/moot court with academic and professional partners of national and international repute which includes: Panel Discussion on ‘Emerging Trends in International Arbitration’: November 02, 2015: In association with International Chamber of Commerce - Young Arbitrators Forum (ICCYAF); International Conference on ‘Changing Dynamics of International Arbitration in India’: October 31, 2015: In association with the Indian International and Domestic Arbitration Centre (IIDAC) and supported by The Three Crowns LLP, London and Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas as “Gold partner” along with A. K. Singh & Co. Advocates, Solicitors and Consultants, New Delhi, India as the ‘Knowledge Partner’ support the Conference.  Other supporting partners of the Conference included UNCITRAL Regional Centre for Asia and the Pacific, Oxford University Press, UNCC India, UNCITRAL National Co-ordination Committee India, Singapore International Arbitration Center (SIAC), The Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre for Arbitration (KLRCA), London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) India, Indian Arbitration Forum, Indian National Bar Association (INBA); Workshop on ‘Mediation - Alternative Dispute Resolution’ by Kim Wright is author of the ABA best-selling book, ‘Lawyers as Peacemakers, Practicing Holistic, Problem-Solving Law’ [ABA Publishing, April, 2010]: October 23, 2015: In association with Adab Singh Kapoor Associates and Sai Centre for Socio Legal Action; Teaching Session on “Competition Law-Intellectual Property Law Interface: Does it Affect Development?”: January 15, 2015: In association with University of Bristol Law School, UK by Dr. Sujitha Subramanian, Lecturer in Law, University of Bristol Law School, UK; Workshop on Cross Border Legal Work and US Laws: January 20, 2015: Organised in association with Rainmaker by Dean Ken Randall, CEO/President of iLawVentures, LLB and Former Dean, the University of Alabama School of Law, USA; Teaching Session on ‘Mooting’ and ‘Corporate Crimes and Finance’: January 20, 2015: Organised in association with Bangor University Law School, Wales, UK: Speakers - Mr. Aled Griffiths, Deputy Dean, Bangor University Law School, Wales-UK and Mr. Stephen Clear, Mooting Skills Coordinator & Part-time Lecturer, Bangor University Law School, Wales-UK. In addition, it has established mutual cooperation including faculty and student exchange with Institutes/Universities of international repute including Michigan State University School of Law –USA, Northumbria University School of Law- UK, Berlin School of Law and Economics – Germany and Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, Canada (in the pipeline). It has also instituted International Law Student Association (ILSA) Chapter in 2013; and Enactus Chapter in 2014. Enactus Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA is proudly associated with Enactus Macquarie University, Sydney in their project ‘Asha Ki Kiran’ which aims at empowering female acid attack victims by improving their livelihood.

The SLS-NOIDA strives to inculcate research aptitude in learners by constantly acquainting them with historical judgments, case analysis/discussions and legal web bases. The learners at SLS-NOIDA are adept at courtroom etiquettes and advocacy skills through courtroom and related exercises such as Moot Court, Mock Trials, Drafting of Pleadings and Client Counselling. (To know more about the achievements, visit Mooters have, as a result, won several accolades for the Law School including Mr. Prayank Jain and Mr. Shreyas Edupuganti, Fourth Year Learners, Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA won the ‘Best Memorial’ award at 'World Rounds’ of The 7th Nelson Mandela World Human Rights Moot Court Competition held at Office of High Commission of Human Rights (OHCHR) headquarters (UN) in Geneva, Switzerland, in collaboration with the Regional Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in Southern Africa (ROSA) from December 8-10, 2015. 

Research is the culture on which tomorrow’s professionals at SLS-NOIDA thrive. In 2013-2015, in total 440 research papers of learners have been accepted for presentation and/or publication at number of National/International Seminars /Conferences/Workshop/Symposiums/ Round Table Conferences. (To know more, visit In addition, two reports on varied research projects were published and released including - Interim report on Research Project ‘Empirical Study on Implementation of Wildlife Protection Laws in India’ was published and released on August 22, 2015 which includes analysis of Data collected from around two hundred District Courts during the period 1990-2010; from more than one hundred Forest Divisions, from the O/o Chief Conservator of Forests of various states, and from Wildlife Crime Control Bureau and further from ‘appeals’ that were filed before various High Courts in India and Impact Assessment Report of the Research Project (Empirical) Report - “A Study on Efficacy of Enhanced/Increased Age Prescription for Male Child under Juvenile Justice (Care & Protection of Children) Act, 2000” which was conducted during April 2012 - February 2013. (To know more about Publications, visit

The SLS-Noida also makes ample use of technology for the benefit of its learners. Called The Curiosity Project, it is the first of its kind where online systems have been used for meaningful administrative automation and improved learning methodologies.


Promoting international understanding through quality education.


  • To inculcate spirit of 'Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam' (The world is one family)

  • To contribute towards knowledge generation and dissemination

  • To promote ethical and value based learning

  • To foster the spirit of national development

  • To inculcate cross-cultural sensitization

  • To develop global competencies amongst students

  • To nurture creativity and encourage entrepreneurship

  • To enhance employability and contribute to human resource development

  • To promote health and wellness amongst students, staff and the community

  • To instill sensitivity amongst the youth towards the community and environment

  • To produce thought provoking leaders for the society

Infrastructure / Facilities

Learning is an experience at SLS-NOIDA, supported by its state of the art research support systems and resources enabling learners to pursue excellence in becoming the torchbearers of law

Lecture Halls:

The SLS-NOIDA has state of the art 24 techno smart and spacious air-conditioned classrooms, fitted with high tech learning aides such as Projectors, Public Address System, Collar Mikes and Wi-Fi facility. The lecture halls are well engineered to reduce noise, efficient ventilation, air-cooling and include as an exterior trellis designed to maximize shade.


The library supports the dynamically evolving curriculum of Symbiosis Law Programme. It houses traditional print resources including vast collection of books, journals, periodicals and magazines. The fully air-conditioned library is equipped with the best and the most updated electronic sources and technologies. It houses peaceful reading hall, research section for Mooter's Society, Online database search and research, issues and references sections, Book Bank and a compilation room.

It supports and benefits learners through the privilege of Text book Gifts: one for each course in every semester for the life time; Book Bank: one text book for each course for the semester; Home Lending: two books for 07 days; Reference: any number with in campus on library card; Study Material: Study material prepared by course in charge/s.

Additionally, it provides technology based learning resource with access to reading material in various forms such as Legal databases (AIR, SCC Online, Manupatra, WestLaw India, HeinOnline, JSTOR, ProQuest, Kluwer Databases (Kluwer Arbitration, Kluwer Patent, and Kluwer Competition), Ebrary, Case Centre, International Taxation – Taxman, Emerald Management e-Journals and EBSCO), Litigation Documents, Moot Court Memorials, Course Books, Research Papers, National and International Journals.

Moreover, The Library is an application provided under Curiosity where learners can access class notes, presentations and interesting online videos or articles for further study under each of their subjects. This portal is collaborative, so learners (even parents) can share any content they find interesting with each other. As year’s pass, this online library keeps growing its database, providing new batches with lots of additional content to supplement their knowledge. The Library is completely open, so students can access content from other subjects or years to satiate their curiosities.

Moot Court Hall

Mooting as an activity aims to inculcate and improve research, presentation and reasoning amongst students so as to equip the budding pleaders with court-room etiquettes, research experience and advocacy skills. This initiative is well supported by a fully air-conditioned, tech-acoustic, and 220 capacity moot court hall equipped with proper judicial settings. Here the presentation and reasoning skills of students are screened and assessed.

Conference Room

The SLS-NOIDA has well-furnished techno-acoustic-supported, and air-conditioned conference room, which can accommodate 50 people. It is widely used for conducting interactive sessions, seminars, and workshops.

Cyber Lab

The SLS-NOIDA campus is a Wi-Fi- enabled campus. It also encompasses three fully air-conditioned states-of-art computer labs with 130 computer systems, all having Core 2 Duo Processors with 2 GB RAM, genuine software packages such as Windows7 Operating System, Microsoft Office 2010 suite controlled through central server room operating on Cyberoam-UTM device. It supports research, training and learning initiative amongst learners by providing access to various online databases including AIR, SCC Online, LexisNexis, Manupatra, WestLaw India, HeinOnline, JSTOR, ProQuest, Kluwer Databases (Kluwer Arbitration, Kluwer Patent, and Kluwer Competition), Ebrary, Case Centre, International Taxation – Taxman, Emerald Management e-Journals, Case Centre & EBSCO.

Students' Activity Centre

The SLS-NOIDA believes in strong and positive participation of students in the learning initiatives. It supports and enables students through various cells such Research & Publication Cell; Moot Court Society, Symbiosis Legal Aid Clinic, Training & Placement Cell, Environmental and Social Welfare Cell, Cultural Cell, Sports Cell, Debate Society, Literary Society, International Law Students Association (ILSA Chapter) and Enactus Chapter. Each cell is provided with its own office spaces fitted with all aids including computer, Internet, printers and support systems at all levels.

The Amphitheatre, under Curiosity, tracks official notices and events at the campus. Students can also reach out to each other for projects, games, trips, exchanges, and other such friendly collaborations using the application.

Girls Hostel

The SLS-NOIDA has the much needed girls’ hostel facility, on campus-just behind the academic block in the campus (Limited Seats) and also off campus–nearby vicinity being maintained and managed by Symbiosis Society. The residence complex is a model of comfortable living and learning for our students. It consists of spacious living areas with Wi-Fi facility and an en-suite bathroom. Common spaces are large, airy and designed for comfort.

Health Services and Health Insurance

The SLS-NOIDA has an excellent Health Center, manned by qualified and experienced doctors to provide emergency health services. All students are covered under a unique and novel medical insurance scheme. Modern and well-equipped gymnasium is currently under construction on the campus.

Programmes Offered

Under Graduate:

BA.LL.B and BBA.LL.B (Five Years Integrated Programme)

Methods of Instruction

English is the medium of instruction at SLS-NOIDA. Methods of instruction include interactive Lectures, Seminars, Group Discussions, Simulations, Plays, Case Studies, Moot Courts, Mock Trials, Small Group Workshops and TV-talk shows. In addition, under the ‘Extension Lecture Series’ banner, inspirational talks of legal luminaries on weekly basis are regular features.

The Flipped Classroom concept is employed regularly where doubts, questions for general debate, and polls are posed on The Banyan Tree, an application under Curiosity. Learners are encouraged to participate by posing questions or providing opinions. The results are then discussed in the classroom in the presence of the teacher who acts as a moderator. The Flipped Classroom initiative ensures that learning transcends the boundaries of the classroom and can happen at any time using the Internet.

Using Curiosity, Learners can also keep close track of their performance in attendance and tests to keep improving. Such information is also available to Angels–parents, guardians, siblings, and mentors who have an interest in a child’s progress.

The Method of Assessment

The CGPA method of assessment is followed. In addition to the ongoing internal assessments, an external examination is conducted at the end of each semester. Internal evaluation is characterized by one project and a minimum of two options from the following: Tutorial, Case Analysis, Cases and Open problems, Essays, Seminar Presentations, Viva-Voce, Quiz, Drafting, Moot Court, Mock Trial, Learning Logs/Diaries, Computer Based Assessment, Simulated Interviews, and Objective Structured Clinical Examinations. External examination is characterized by objective and subjective questions.

Regular surprise tests (online mode) will also be conducted starting from the academic year 2016-17 using Curiosity, where the students have to complete automated quizzes to test and brush up their theoretical and applied knowledge.


It is mandatory on every student from the first semester itself to undergo training during the winter and summer vacation, record of such daily work is recorded in the Internship diary provided to each student, which is later submitted to the SLS-NOIDA. Throughout the year, the Training and Placement Cell organizes training programmes to endow and improve the students with the best combination of managerial and leadership skills, to inculcate among them the courtroom or office etiquettes, research experience and advocacy skills. SLS-NOIDA provides all the facilities at all levels to assist the students for Internship and placements in offices of Advocates & Solicitors, Corporate & Cooperative houses, Tribunals & Commissions, Non-Governmental Organizations, National & Multinational Corporations, Media, Telecommunications & Entertainment industries and Judicial clerkship. The Training and Placement cell functions throughout the year and remains in touch with the aforesaid establishments through SIU alumni base. A specialized placement application under Curiosity tracks each learner’s career related progression in skills and knowledge and helps the cell be efficient in their operations.

Career Outlook

The SLS-NOIDA students are systematized as per the programme structure from the first semester itself to equip them with the right mix of knowledge and skills, to be ready to handle professional challenges. The SLS-NOIDA is in communication conducts diverse programs of teaching, training and placement inside and outside the campus in partnership with the strong global alumni network of SIU.


BA.LL.B and BBA.LL.B (Five Years Integrated Programme)

The candidate should have passed 12th (10+2) standard examination from any government recognized board with minimum 45% marks (40% for S.C. / S.T. student) in one attempt only (No Compartment / Supplementary). That candidate who has appeared for their H.S.C finals and are awaiting results are also eligible to apply, subject to submission of passing certificate by the notified date.

Applicants who have obtained 10+2 through Open Universities system directly without having any basic qualification are not eligible for the professional Law Courses.


The total intake is 180 seats, which includes BBA.LL.B - 120 seats and BA.LL.B - 60 seats.

Reservation of Seats-As per Symbiosis International University Norm

Important Dates

Important Dates for Symbiosis Entrance Test (SET), 2015








SLS-NOIDA Online Payment






February 03, 2016






Payment Date








May 18, 2016



List of candidates short listed for Personal Interaction and Written Ability Test (PI-WAT)



To be published:


May 23, 2016





Personal Interaction and Written Ability Test



SLS-NOIDA (at Noida Campus)



May 27-31, 2016


SLS-NOIDA (at Pune Campus)



May 31- June 01, 2016



(at Bangalore Campus)



June 03, 2016








Announcement of Merit List on


NOTE: SLS-NOIDA will remain open on Sundays for Admission Purpose only.


First Merit List


June 07, 2016 (6:00pm)


June 11, 2016 (5:00pm)

Second Merit List


June 12, 2016 (6:00pm)


June 16, 2016 (5:00pm)

Third Merit List



June 17, 2016 (6:00pm)


June 20, 2016 (5:00pm)

Fourth Merit List (If required)



June 21, 2016 (06:00pm)


June 24, 2016 (05:00pm)


Commencement of Classes of Semester I


July 01, 2016


Contact Details

Admission Team:
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+91(0) 8800915276/ 7835975613

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Office Hours:

Monday-Friday: 09:00am-04: 30pm
Saturday: 09:00am-03:00pm

Correspondence Address:

Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA
(Opposite Nokia Siemens Building)
Sector 62, Block – A,
Plot No. 47/48
NOIDA – 201301
No capitation is charged for admission to any programme at any institute of Symbiosis.