Sree Narayana Guru College of Legal Studies

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Sree Narayana Guru College of Legal Studies
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Sree Narayana Guru College of Legal Studies, Kollam
Type Education and Research Institution
Affiliation University of Kerala
Chairman M. N. Soman
Principal Prof. S.Usha
Academic staff
13
Administrative staff
7
Students c. 242
Location Kollam, Kerala, India
8°53′01″N 76°36′04″E / 8.883505°N 76.601067°E / 8.883505; 76.601067Coordinates: 8°53′01″N 76°36′04″E / 8.883505°N 76.601067°E / 8.883505; 76.601067
Campus 27 acres (11 ha)
Acronym SNGCLS
Website [1]

Sree Narayana Guru College of Legal Studies (SNGCLS), named after and inspired by Indian social reformer Nārāyana Guru, is a centre of higher legal education in Kollam. Managed by the Sree Narayana Trust of Kollam, the college is affiliated to the University of Kerala and is recognized by the Bar Council of India, it offers integrated five-year courses Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Commerce with Bachelor of Laws that is law courses linked with general subjects.

History[edit]

S.N.Trust formed by the S.N.D.P Yogam to run educational institutions for the benefit of weaker and backward sections of the society manages the institution, the trust entered into the area of self-financing institutions recently and Sree Narayana Guru College of Legal studies is the first professional college among them under the Trust

Sri Narayana Guru : Spiritual Guru, One of the greatest Social reformers in India

Courses offered[edit]

Five Year B.Com. LL.B.[edit]

This is a double degree integrated course resulting in B.Com. LL.B. Degrees, the Degree in commerce and Law consist of 19 papers in B.Com. (English-2 + Additional Language-1 + Commerce-16) and 30 papers in Law spread over 5 years duration consisting of 10 semesters.

Five Year B.B.A. LL.B.[edit]

This is a double degree integrated course resulting in B.B.A. LL.B. Degrees, the Degree in Management and Law consist of 19 papers in B.B.A. (English-2+ Management-17) and 30 papers in Law spread over 5 years duration consisting of 10 semesters.

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