Download the admission form here and take a printout of the same. Fill up the necessary credentials of the form following the necessary instructions mentioned in it.
Send the form by post to:
Chairman & Principal
SDM Law College
M.G. Road, Kodialbail
MANGALORE – 575 003
While sending the form, kindly post along with it the Registration Fee of Rs.200 (Rupees Two Hundred Only) in form of a Demand Draft in favour of: “The Principal, SDM Law College Mangalore“, payable at: Mangalore.
Kindly take utmost care while filling up the admission form. Incomplete applications will be rejected. If the candidate is selected for admission, he will be informed by Post. Selection of student is done purely on Merit basis of their earlier examination and interview. The selected candidate is required to produce the following certificate in original at the time of admission:
i. Statement of Marks Cards of II P.U.C. or equivalent / 3 years Degree / LL.B. Degree
ii. Passing Certificate / Degree Certificate
iii. Transfer Certificate issued from the College last studied
iv. Conduct Certificate
v. Eligibility certificate issued by University (If the candidate is from outside University)
vi. Migration Certificate issued from / her University / Board
Eligibility Certificate: Applicants who have passed the qualifying examination from other than the Universities located in Karnataka State / Karnataka P.U. Board, must produce the Eligibility Certificate issued by the Registrar, Karnataka State Law University, Hubli at the time of admission. This can be had from the University on submitting an application in the prescribed form enclosing the attested photocopies of the statement of marks, S.S.L.C. Migration certificate with the fees prescribed by the Registrar, Karnataka State Law University, Hubli. No admission can be made without this certificate.
Migration Certificate: All the students who have studied course other than that of Pre University Board of Karnataka and students who have completed degree course from University shall produce Migration Certificate at the time admission.
NOTE: Admission is not given as a matter of right. The Principal may refuse admission to any student without assigning any reason.