Samiksha Rautela, Student / Alumni-Answered on Feb-09-2021
To get admission in the UG course of Siddharth College of Law, an individual has to make a payment of Rs.500 for the male candidate and Rs.200 for the female candidate as part-payment towards the fee. The documents that need to be submitted for LLB admission are as follows.
SSC & HSC Examination Mark-sheet
Mark-sheets of last three years or last six semesters of Graduation Examination
School Leaving Certificate
Provisional Eligibility Certificate
Caste certificate for a candidate belonging to Scheduled Castes (if applicable)
Scheduled Tribes and Socially and Educationally Backward Classes (if applicable)
Non Creamy Layer (NCL) certificate of the family (if applicable)
Certificate of Physical Disability (if applicable)
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Sukriti Vajpayee, CollegeDekho Expert-Answered on July-16-2020
The admission process of Siddharth College of Law, Mumbai for the academic cycle of 2020-21 has been postponed due to the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic in the country. The exact dates of admission at Siddharth College of Law have not been announced yet. However, is it estimated that the institute will commence its admission process 2020 soon.
You can write back to us if you have any other queries or call on the toll-free helpline number 1800-572-9877 for talking to one of our counsellors. The easiest way to apply for admission to Siddharth College of Law is to fill the Common Application Form (CAF). You will have to select the college and course in which you desire admission and fill the other details that are asked in the form. Soon after you submit the CAF, one of our experts will contact you and guide you throughout the entire admission process of Siddharth College of Law.