IT Resources

Introduction

‘I hear & I forget. I see & I remember. I do & I understand.’

We at SLS-NOIDA let our students explore and walk that extra mile not in someone else’s shoes but in their very own. It is well supported by the IT Resources Team.

IT Infrastructure

Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA encompasses two fully air conditioned state of art Computer Labs - Lab-I: 70 Seater, Lab-II: 70 Seater and one Browsing Centre: 12 Seater. All these computers have i3 7th generation Processors with 8 GB RAM, 1TB HDD with genuine software packages such as Windows 10 Single language Operating System, equipped with Microsoft Office 16 Pro Plus, Symantec Endpoint Protection 14.0. All Computers in these labs are connected through Gigabit LAN and controlled from the Server Room; allowing excellent Internet connectivity at all points. SLS-NOIDA has 52 Mbps Internet Bandwidth.

SLS-NOIDA campus is Wi-Fi campus, connected by Wi-Fi intranet, including- the academic block, hostels and a significant part of open space. Students communicate with each other and with faculty members using the email or collaboration facilities via our online learning portal – Microsoft Office 365 Platform, Curiosity.

Access to Electronic Legal Databases

IT Resources Team supports research, training and learning initiative amongst learners in association with Library Resources Team by providing training and access to modern resources of information - electronic legal databases. It includes following electronic legal databases: SCC Online, Manupatra, Westlaw India, HeinOnline, JSTOR, ProQuest, Kluwer Databases (Kluwer Arbitration, Kluwer Patent, and Kluwer Competition), Ebrary, AIR, International Taxation – Taxman, Emerald Management e-Journals, Case Centre, EBSCO Host, Pearson and Legiquest.

(To know more about the Modern Resources of Information available at SLS-NOIDA, click The Tab ‘Modern Resources of Information’ available on the panel to the right side)

Access to Electronic Legal Databases: IT Resources Team through SLS Cloud provides access to electronic legal databases. It includes following electronic legal databases: SCC Online, Manupatra, Westlaw India, HeinOnline, JSTOR, ProQuest, Kluwer Databases (Kluwer Arbitration, Kluwer Patent, and Kluwer Competition), Ebrary, AIR, International Taxation – Taxman, Emerald Management e-Journals, Case Centre, EBSCO Host, Pearson and Legiquest.

Training to Use Electronic Legal Databases:

The Professionals from the electronic legal database providers are invited to conduct training sessions/workshops to introduce inform and train the learners with respect to use and utilization of these modern resources.

The Professionals from the electronic legal database providers are invited to conduct training sessions/workshops to introduce inform and train the learners with respect to use and utilization of these modern resources.

(To know more about the User Manuals prepared by Learning Resources Team, SLS-NOIDA, click the Tab ‘Electronic Legal Database User Manuals’ available on the panel to the right side)

Online Teaching, Learning and Evaluation

Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA is using Microsoft Office 365 Platform to support Teaching Learning and Evaluation in the ‘Online Environment’ during this present situation. Access is provided to Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Stream, One Note and many other features.

Microsoft office 365 Platform is used in Online Meetings, Online Lecture Series, Certificate Courses, Training Programme and many more curricular, co-curricular, extra-curricular activities.

Curiosity Project

At SLS-NOIDA, we believe better creativity comes from exposure to many, varied pockets of knowledge. To increase cross-disciplinary exposure at SLS NOIDA, has taken initial steps by reducing the boundaries between the various courses by launching ‘The Curiosity Project’.

It is the first of its kind where online systems have been used for meaningful administrative automation and improved learning methodologies. Teachers and students are encouraged to share their classroom notes, presentations, interesting links to articles on the web, and links to captivating videos on a private repository called "The Library". Also, The Banyan Tree, an application that employs the Flipped Classroom concept regularly where doubts, questions for general debate, and polls are posed on, assists us in making teaching and learning an interactive and ongoing process, not restricted to the traditional class room but much beyond it. The Amphitheatre, an application that tracks official notices and events at the campus; Attendance and Evaluations, an application that assists learners and parents to keep close track of their performance in attendance and tests to keep improving. [To know more about Curiosity Project at SLS-NOIDA, please visit http://curiosity.symlaw.edu.in/]

CYOD- Laptop/Tablet Configuration

Keeping two factors in mind – one, the rapidly changing nature and pace of technology, and second, student preferences for a smart device, SLS-NOIDA decided to adopt a CYOD (Choose Your Own Device) paradigm. As part of this initiative, the following guidelines apply:

It is important for each incoming learner to be equipped with a tablet or laptop conforming to the minimum specifications outlined below.

  • The device should have legal operating system (OS) software pre-installed as specified below. Proof of ownership of the OS should be with the student and producible on demand throughout the duration of the enrolled program or while the student is present on campus – whichever is earlier.
  • The device should be capable of connecting to an external display device through a normal VGA port for the purposes of showing presentations etc.
  • The device should be capable of connecting to a Wi-Fi network.
  • Learner will be responsible for taking care of his/her machine including raising tickets for warranty/AMC support; adequate insurance coverage; and be responsible for its upkeep and maintenance as well as ensuring legal compliance of the system in line with OEM/ISV licensing policies throughout the duration of the program. Should loss/damage to the device occur, it will be the responsibility of the student to ensure timely rectification through the authorized service center.

Recommended Minimum Configuration/Specification for Laptops:

  • Processor: Intel Core i3 / equivalent AMD processor or higher
  • Memory: 2 GB or higher
  • Screen size: 14” or higher
  • Network interfaces: Wi-Fi 802.11g/n; 10/100 Ethernet; Bluetooth
  • Ports: USB 2.0; USB 3.0; VGA; HDMI
  • Hard Disk: 120 GB or higher
  • Operating System: Windows XP/Vista/7/8 or Mac OS Proof of ownership mandatory.
  • Office Productivity: Productivity suite capable of creating and editing Microsoft Office documents such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint etc.
  • Antivirus: licensed (Recommended: Symantec)

Recommended Minimum Configuration for Tablets:

  • Operating system: iOS/Windows
  • Screen size: 9” or higher
  • Network interfaces: Wi-Fi 802.11g/n; Bluetooth
  • Storage: 32 GB or higher
  • Interfaces: Ability to connect USB drives; Ability to connect to external projection device through VGA port
  • Keyboard: External (wired or wireless)
  • Applications: Office Productivity suite with capability to create and edit Microsoft office document formats such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
Grievance Redressal Policy

Registration and Escalation of Complaints/Suggestions:

To facilitate faster and complete resolution of complaints, the complaint letter / email should contain: –

  • Complainant’s name, PRN Number, Batch ID, contact details (e-mail id, phone / mobile number/s)
  • Detailed Written (letter / email) complaint
  • Copies of supporting documents/Screenshot of Error, wherever applicable

The following channels are available for registration of complaints/suggestions –

In person: Visit Computer Lab to register complaints either in the Complaint Register available at Computer Lab or directly with Lab Instructor.

Via Email: Email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  and CC to  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  for IT services related queries

If you do not receive response to your grievance/concern in three working days, you can write to Grievance Redressal Cell at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Working HoursDuring Academic Session:

Monday to Friday: 09.00am to 05.00pm
Saturday: 09.00am to 01.00pm
Festivals/Holidays/Sundays: Closed

During Examination Period:

Monday to Friday: 09.00am to 05.00pm
Saturday: 09.00am to 01.00pm
Festivals/Holidays/Sundays: Closed

During Vacations:

Monday to Friday: 09.00am to 05.00pm
Saturday: 09.00am to 01.00pm
Festivals/Holidays/Sundays: Closed

Contact DetailsNetwork Administrator

Phone: +91 (0) 120 2405060 Ext.: 128
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IT Support

Phone: +91 (0) 120 2405060 Ext.: 151/152
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Modern Resources of Information

Electronic Legal Database User Manuals