Amphitheatre

The word Amphitheatre is a Greek term, meaning “theatre with seats on all sides,” As an architectural form, the amphitheatre is of Italic or Etrusco-Campanian origin and reflects the requirements of the specific forms of entertainment. Since its opening, the amphitheatre has become a cultural and artistic venue for all students, teachers’ staff and alumni. The Law School family uses this platform for recreation and cultural evenings. The Amphitheatre at the backyard of SLS-NOIDA, offers a fixed seating arrangement for an audience of 200. Tiered seating makes the amphitheatre ideal for performances and presentations. The facility is spread in a semi open natural arena of about 250 Square metres. The students often use this place for their routine cultural events.