J S S Law College, Mysore
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The College has completed 25 years.
The College is located in Mysore, South of Karnataka.
Principal : Prof. K.S.Suresh
Guest Faculty: C.K.N.Raja
Faculty : Prof.Nagendramurthy.M.P
Students from : 16 states
Afghanistan , Iran , Kenya , Tanzania , Tibet ,Maldives.
Admission process Starts in the month of June and ends by August 1 week
2011 : 50% seats are reserved under LSAT . Min.50% for General , 45 % for SC/ST in Class 12 or PUC or any other equivalent from any foreign schools
Hostel facility is provided only for Girls in College Campus. There are many PGs near college with excellent facilities
Library : The Library is Excellent with almost Major Journals Subscribed, more than 50,000 books.
Free Wi fi Connectivity is available in campus.
Extra Curricular Activities
College has got its own MOOT CLUB , which conducts Moot competitions headed by Dr.Natraju.S . Final Year Students are part of the Moot Court Committee . Students are allowed to participate in Moot Competitions held throughout India.
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