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Moot Court

The college consists well Furnished and spacious Moot Court Hall. Moot Court is nothing but a fictitious court to conduct proceedings on Moot Court Problems. The final year students of 3 years & 5 years are given decided cases to prepare memorials so that they submit their arguments before the Moot Court. The Moot Court is the best platform for the final year students to get practical training in the academic year before they enter into real practice. Besides this, the students who go for moot court competitions will be trained in this moot court hall. The students have participated in many moot court competitions with the guidance of the Moot Court Committee members. Moot Court remains active throughout the academic year. The college will facilitate expenditure to the students who go for the Moot Court competitions.


Sarada Vilas Law college library was established in the year 1954, and since then it is catering to the educational needs of the readers. Situated on an easily accessible place, it covers 8100sq.mts and includes lending, reference and periodical section in the same floor. We have a very spacious peaceful and well equipped library which has the collection of printed as well as electronic materials which include books, journals, CDs, etc. Current holdings include: We have updated 178 new law books for the academic purposes. Overall there are over 19,000 books in the Sarada Vilas Law College Library. covering all subjects of LLB, 15 journals, and back volumes of AIR from 1932.

We are proud to have Calligraphic Copy of original Constitution, signed by all the members of Constitutional Assembly of India and one of the rare collections.

To facilitate the readers in reaching to these collections, library is following Open Access to most of the holdings of the Library. Reading room facility is also available. Apart from the text books and reference materials, there is also various News papers and general magazines where a student can get abreast with the latest news and happenings. The dedicated teachers also assist the students in preparing notes and methodology of searching the required materials. Author catalogue is maintained to give easy access to information about the books. To bring in total library automation, library data computerized with the help of KOHA software. Photocopying facility is also available in the library.

The center is catering to the needs of the students, faculty, and seekers of knowledge.

The library works from morning 9.00 AM to 5.00 PM in the evening on all working days which is extended during exam time.

The library has a well furnished reading room. Separate facilities are made for students and teaching faculty.

Divisions :

The Library works under the following Divisions.

  • Acquisition and Processing.
  • Text-book Lending
  • Reference
  • Periodicals
  • Reading Room

Special Facilities :

  • Newspaper clipping displayed
  • Bound Periodicals Section
  • UGC Book Bank
  • Sc/St Book Bank
  • Open Access to most of the holdings of the Library.
  • Being Computerized.
  • Photocopying facility.
  • Reference Service
  • Borrowing Service
  • Book Borrowing Service
  • Book Bank Scheme
  • Question Paper Bank
  • Current Awareness Service
  • Newspaper Clippings Service
  • Reprographic (Xerox) Service
  • Internet Browsing with Wifi Connectivity
  • Legal Database Access
  • Offline Database - “The Laws-Super”
  • Online & Offline Database - “AIR”
  • Online Database - “INFLIBNET-NLIST”
  • Online Public Access Catalogue (Library OPAC by NewGenLib)
  • Library Resource Guidance by Faculty

Library Rules :

  • Students, staff and visitors are requested to sign in the register at the entrance while entering the Library.
  • Students should have their identity card with them to use the Library.
  • Students, staff and visitors shall leave all their belongings at the property counter before entering the Library. No valuable things should be left in the property counter.
  • Members are responsible for any damage caused by them to the Library property shall be required to pay the fine. In case of loss of borrowed book, the student has to either replace the book or pay double the amount of the book.
  • The physical condition of the book should be checked while checking out. Mutilation of pages, if found, is to be brought to the notice of the circulation in-charge. Otherwise, the borrower himself / herself shall be responsible for mutilation of the book if detected afterwards.
  • Underlining, marking, folding of pages, etc. in the book is strictly prohibited.
  • Students shall borrow books kept in the Borrowing Section. Reference materials, rare books, valuable books will not be issued. LL.M books will not be issued to LL.B students and Book Bank books will not be issued other than SC/ST students.
  • Two books will be issued on production of their Borrower’s Tickets and Borrower’s Tickets are not transferable.
  • If the borrowed book is not returned on or before the due date, a fine of Rs. 5/- per day will be charged.
  • Books borrowed for the purpose of photocopying / xerox should be returned within one hour, otherwise a fine of Rs. 100/- per day would be charged.
  • If the Borrower’s Ticket is lost, a fine of Rs. 100/- would be charged and the duplicate card will be issued.
  • Members leaving the Library should stop at the exit so that the material borrowed or taken out of the Library by them may be checked.
  • Silence and strict discipline should be maintained in the Library. Every one shall ensure that no reader is disturbed in his / her study by any act of his / her.
  • Library staff, with the permission of Principal, reserves the right to add, ignore and modify any of the above rules when necessary.

“Books are living beings; they like your presence and friendship so please HELP the Library staff to keep the books in good condition”

Library Staff :

  • Shanthala.K.S - Librarian - B.A., MLISC.
  • Sri Radha Krishna, - Library assistant

Computer Center

To meet the growing challenge of internet usage & e-learning, the college supports, faculty and students in their learning. The College is home to a highly modern and technology driven computer center which is available to use for our faculties and students in their learning. The college is competently equipped with latest software of All India Reporter, Supreme Court Cases, and 1000 Bare Acts etc., the computer is fully equipped with 24 hours internet facility to improve their skills and enhance their knowledge.

The computer lab is open to all the students during the college hours. Basic knowledge of computer is provided to the students during the college hours. They are also given knowledge regarding the use of computer in Legal Field, to work faster in solving practical problems and to make their presentations efficiently.

Sports & Games

The campus has a huge sports field being used for various outdoor sports like Cricket, Football, Basketball, Volley ball etc., and has a dedicated Badminton court. A well equipped indoor facility for sports like Table Tennis, Chess, Carrom Board, etc., The Sport is an organized, competitive, entertaining, Healthy and skillful activity requiring commitment, strategy and fair play, in which a winner can be defined by objective means. It is governed by a set of rules or customs. Indoor and Outdoor sports facilities are provided.

An Annual Sports Meet is held in the college every year to encourage the spirit of competitiveness and team building process. The college witnessed its latest Annual Sports Meet with extensive participation of the student thought all semesters.


NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME, under the Ministry of the Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India, popularly known as NSS was launched during Mahatma Gandhi’s Birth Centenary year, 1969 in 37 Universities involving 40,000 students with primary focus on the development of personality of students through community service. Today, NSS has more than 3.2 million student volunteers on its role spread over 298 Universities and 42 Senior Secondary Councils and Directorate of Vocational Education all over the country.

The college will conduct two types of camps, one is regular camp and another one is Special Annual Camp. Special Annual Camp is held in the month of March for 7 days. For this purpose, a backward village is selected and arranged the camp for seven days. As a part of regular activities, the NSS committee conducts Blood Donation camps, Plantation of saplings, cleaning programs and Social Awareness programs throughout the academic year. NSS camp was held at Someshwarapura village, Mysuru Taluk during the academic year 2022-23.

The main objectives of National Service Scheme (NSS) :

  • To understand the community in which they work.
  • To understand themselves in relation to their community.
  • To identify the needs and problems of the community and involve them in problem-solving
  • To develop among themselves a sense of social and civic responsibility
  • To utilize their knowledge in finding practical solutions to individual and community problems
  • To develop competence required for group-living and sharing of responsibilities.
  • To gain skills in mobilizing community participation
  • To acquire leadership qualities and democratic attitudes
  • To develop capacity to meet emergencies and natural disasters and
  • To practice national integration and social harmony

Motto :

The Motto of NSS "Not Me But You", reflects the essence of democratic living and upholds the need for self-less service. NSS helps the students develop appreciation to other person's point of view and also show consideration to '/other living beings. The philosophy of the NSS is well doctrined in this motto, which underlines/on the belief that the welfare .of an individual is ultimately dependent on the welfare of the society on the whole and therefore, the NSS volunteers shall strive for the well-being of the society.

Health Center

Sarada Vilas Law College believes in the Latin phrase, “mens sana in corpore sano”. The translated meaning of the phrase is “a sound mind in a sound body” or “a healthy mind in a healthy body”. Sarada Vilas Law College is highly concerned about the health of its students and faculty which has made us to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding with Ashoka Nursing Home.

We have a dedicated health care centre whose primary objective is to create health consciousness and medical awareness among its students and faculty. SVLC Health Care Centre conducts regular health checkups. Medical opinions are provided by experienced and registered medical practitioners.

Health Checkups of girl students are specially conducted by lady doctors to provide comfort level in discussing various gynaecological problems which otherwise girls in Indian set up would hesitate to discuss.

Our Health Care Centre also conducts Yoga and Meditation workshops to ensure the purification of mind, body and soul. We believe control on one’s own mind and its peaceful state is highly essential for long term success in life, which we aim to achieve by conducting various workshops on meditation, pranayama and personality development. These workshops facilitate our students to improve their concentration skills and techniques. A stable body and mind helps the students in channelizing their energy towards accomplishment of their academic and career goals.