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Seshadripuram Law College

No.1, Govinda Rao Street, Seshadripuram Main Road, Bengaluru - 560 020.

Quick Info
Established in

1984

Approval / Recognition

BAR Council of India (BCI)

Affiliated University / Board

Karnataka State Law University

Facts
Ownership

Private

Genders Accepted

Co-Ed

About

Established in 1984, Seshadripuram Law College is located in the heart of Bangalore. The college started with the aim of imparting legal education to spread awareness in the society. The college offers courses in the Bachelor of Law (LL. B.) and Post-Graduate Diploma (PGD) in Cyber Law. The college campus is located in Rajaji Nagar and provides state-of-the-art facilities. Taking pride in its own Governing Council which is constituted by Seshadripuram Educational Trust for the educational excellence and students welfare, the college offers courses crafted and designed to prepare its students for their future in legal service. 

Scholarship

Scholarships are subject to the central/state government and college rules. 


Exam


Exam name

Full-Form

CLAT 

Common-Law Admission Test Undergraduate


Why Choose

Seshadripuram Law College aims to impart the best quality education to the students of law. They have a Moot Court for the development of research abilities, mooting and advocacy skills of the students. The college has a fully-fitted library which is the centre of academic life. Classrooms are spacious classrooms with comfortable seating and ventilation. To maintain a well balanced lifestyle, the college provides ample recreational facilities for its students.


Career Opportunities

Legal Practitioner

Advocate 

Legal Advisor

Teacher or Lecturer

Public Prosecutor


Reviews

FAQs

There are two types of law courses: a five-year integrated law course and a three-year course. You can choose which best suits you.

To join Seshadripuram Law College you must take the CLAT exam.

Yes. There is a great demand for law in India. Practising Law can be an exciting and challenging career and lawyers are held in high regard in society.

The college follows the fee structure stipulated by the Karnataka State Law University. They accept fees by cash/cheque/DD.
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