SNDT Women’s University, Mumbai

SNDT Women’s University is the first university in India as well in South-East Asia to promote Women’s Education. Founded by Maharshi Dr. Dhondo Keshav Karve in 1916, the university was setup for a noble cause of Women’s Education.  SNDT Women’s University is committed to empowering women through the access of higher education, through relevant courses in the diverse fields of study. The university has a motto –“An enlightened woman is a source of infinite strength.” The college offers undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral level programmes in different fields of study. The college has been ranked 4th in the Western India according to the Week-Hansa Research ranking of 2020. Also, it stands 32nd among the multi-disciplinary universities of India.
Courses Offered
Mentioned below are the details of the courses offered by SNDT Women’s University.
Courses Offered
5 years
3 years
Faculty & Staff
The faculty at SNDT Women’s University is equipped with modern technology and is highly experienced as well qualified. The institute being the centre of excellence has highly qualified teachers who have been eminent professionals and academicians in the legal field. The college has visiting faculty from India and Abroad who are the alumni of top law colleges across the world and are prominent personalities in the legal system. The visiting faculty conducts seminars, conferences and moot court to provide students with a practical experience and knowledge of the legal system.
Admission Criteria
To take admissions in law programmes at SNDTWU, candidates must qualify CET. Eligible candidates can take admission based on original certificates.
Eligibility Criteria
  • As per CET, rules prescribed by the UGC, Bar Council of India and University shall apply.
  • Candidate must pass HSC/10+2 with minimum 45% marks as prescribed by BCI. SC/ST. Candidates should qualify the State Common Entrance Test, which is conducted by Government of Maharashtra.
  • SC/ST candidates are required 40% marks to get admission.
  • Any other examination recognized as equivalent thereto by the SNDT Women's University, Mumbai or any other recognized university with the minimum prescribed marks of 45% as laid down by Bar Council of India and the candidate should qualify the State Common Entrance Test conducted by Government of Maharashtra is eligible for admission to the first year of course.
  • The above requirement as to percentage of marks shall be relaxed by 5% for the candidates belonging to schedule castes & Schedule Tribes.
For more information regarding admissions, download the brochure from the link below.
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