Life at SLS-Noida

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Rohith M Subramoniam - BBA. LLB. (2015-20)
Two Thousand Kilometres away from home, Oh. This was probably the first thing that came to my mind. I was tensed and nervous while joining the college. But all these changed within a week after joining this prestigious institution.The transition was too fast and too good.


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Vedant Kohli - BBA. LLB.
It seems like only yesterday that i was nervous about my first day in college. But time flew by so fast I didn't even realize how soon I finished a year. SLS helped me boost my confidence to somewhat higher than it already was, it helped me look at my strengths and apply them and work at my weaknesses, it helped me come out of the box and meet and speak to more people than before.


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Shivangi Duseja - BBA. LLB. (2015-20)
Its just been an year that I've been a part of this symbiosis family...but this is the only place which has actually brought about great changes in me within such a short period...the friendly atmospere at symbiosis since the time you enter makes you so comfortable and encourages learning.


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Bharat Kabra - BBA. LLB. (2015-20)
The experience of my first year at SLS-NOIDA is something I was just wondering 2-3 years ago. The flexible academics, the happening culture at campus and most importantly the sports culture.


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Nikhil Naren - BA.LLB. (2015-20)
My passion for law realized when I enrolled for SLS-NOIDA. This institution instills my belief in good governance and the law making and guiding authority of this county, purely on the basis of an exemplary alumni it has produced and the tremendous effort it puts towards holistic development of all its students and teachers. The abundance of the institute not only allows to foster the much needed skills for law, but it also provides me plethora of opportunities to click and create memories.



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Vardayini Madan - BBA.LLB (2015-20)
Being addressed as a Symbian, Is something that is worth showing of. One year has passed and this journey has been bewildering. Within this short span of time, I've learnt a lot, not just about academics but about this profession in general.


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Anubhav Chakravorty - BBA.LLB. (2015-20)
It was with jittery, anxiety, and pangs of nervousness that I embarked on my journey to becoming a lawyer. But after a year in the college, I only laugh at myself in retrospect for ever allowing any doubt to seep into my mind. Sir Rawandale and his team of gloriously gifted faculty members, from solving problems of one's accommodation to that of academics, has been a constant support.


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Akshita Upadhyay - BBA. LLB. (2015-20)
After almost a year, I've realised how eventful our life is at this college with something interesting that keeps us occupied each week. It has provided me with various opportunities to showcase my talent whether through the Drama Society or Symvogue!


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Dilsheen Kaur -BBA.LLB. (2015-20)
The Clock strikes 9:15 am and the day starts. Three lectures a day but everyone looks forward to the break. However, we cannot deny the fact that when we sit down to study for the tutorials, we don't really need to look into the books because attending the lectures is enough for the tutorials. Self study is an important aspect in a law college, however, the lectures are made so interesting and enriching that we are well versed with the topic.



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Neha Sahgal (Batch 2014-19)

As I left home and waited for my destination, the place that would probably be a synonym to life. A place that would mould me into, help me grow, make friends who I would take to my grave. Various thoughts and memories erupted inside of me, the hugs and blessings my loved ones showered me with as a precollege send off, the shopping trips, the waking up two hours before actually having to leave to decide what to wear.


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Nikhita Kansal (Batch 2014-19)

‘SYMBIOSIS LAW SCHOOL, NOIDA’ it is, I screamed with joy when I got the email that I have been invited to be a part of the Symbiosis Family. It seems like a decade ago when I was packing my bags, with my mind full of various thoughts of the uncertain college life. The very thought of interacting with strangers gave me slight jitters. Well, I had to let go off all those thoughts and move on, to start a new journey in my life.


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Shikha Khurana (Batch 2014-19)

Every new beginning comes from some other beginning's end. Graduating from high school is one of the best days of a teenager’s life. With the excitement of the new experience of college days ahead of them, many high school graduates are looking forward to their future college lifestyle. However freshers don’t know what to expect when they get to college, and many are nervous or worried. I was among the latter.

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Urvashi Agrawal (Batch 2014-19)

Finally it was the day for a small town girl to leave the comforting shade of her mother's saree and enter into a completely different world. Along with clothes and grandma's ladoos, i had also packed my dreams, my parent's hopes, grandparents' blessings and siblings' love.. It wasn't easy for me to leave my family in tears. But I had to……. My parent's did not come with me to Noida, My uncle did……


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Apoorva Mishra, BA LLB (Batch 2013-18)

Life to me is a Journey – You never know what may be your next destination. But I’ve always had faith in Life, Myself and my abilities because life, no matter, whichever journey it takes you through, you earn an extremely important aspect of life with every such Journey, and that is – EXPERIENCE.


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Prachi Nirwan, BA LL.B (Batch 2012-17)

With Madams flying high on stilettos, those lipstick-coated lips and dyed hairs and the manicures hands, the Sirs with their guitars on and spiked hairs and some nerds probably running around and me standing helpless midst them facing some wrangle or so , is what all I thought of any college like those silver screens showcased back in my childhood, the inception of such conception was right there since the beginning.


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Gurmohak Chawla, BBA LL.B (Batch 2013-18)

A mind that is stretched by a new experience can never go back to its old dimensions. Throughout my entire teenage life, I had always dreamt of going to a college with a heritage or a globally renowned brand. But that could somehow mean compromising on the quality of education along with the lack of an actual 'student experience' covered behind a huge name. But here, at Symbiosis Law School Noida, I got the best of both worlds.


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Dhairya Madan (Batch 2013-18)

It is the beginning of this article and so is this the beginning of a terrific five year life at SLS-N for everyone who is called Batch of 2014-19. First of all, the people of this youngest batch need to be aware of a secret, which we all at SLS-N HAVE to know: We all, no more, can be called as a naive of this state or that state, nor can we all be referred to as an alumni of this school or that school, we have our latest identity well established, which will leave us with our breath....we are purely Symbians!!!

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Eishani Behl (Batch 2013-18)

It has been more than a year since I first entered SLS Noida and trust me every day I’ve spent here has been amazing so far. Looking back in time I see a bit nervous, a bit excited girl who was afraid, wondering what her life would be once she entered this institute full of unknown faces and about the new events and experiences this place had in store. But after one year, the changes have been amazing, the girl is now confident, those unknown faces have become friends for life, and every day there is something new, something exciting to look forward to.


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Ambika, BA LL.B (Batch 2012-17)

Forty days since I added being a Symbian to my identity and forty days of believing that sky too is not the limit for ‘legal eagles’. Now that’s what we are taught here, at Symbiosis. So far, my readings about the institution hint towards, ‘flexibility in firmness’ a characteristic that, in my opinion, is the reason for the balance that is maintained here so naturally.


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Madhusmita Deept, BBA LL.B (Batch 2012-17)

The name “Symbiosis” keens no introduction. So it’s nearly impossible for me to recall how I came to know about it. But I know this much that it’s a dream come true for very few of the fortunate ones, like me. This is how my reverie started to come true in Symbiosis Law School. So, it started with a smile gifted to us on our orientation.


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Mridul, BBA LL.B (Batch 2011-16)

I came to SLS, NOIDA with a lot of hopes and aspiration of becoming a good and a successful lawyer, and am not disappointed. Coming from a residential school in Mussoorie, I was in the habit of doing work and pestering my teachers for their help and guidance. It’s the same here, the teachers are friendly, easily-approachable and are well versed with their subjects. The first day in is always the best and the worst day for a newbie in college.


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Nainjyot Gandhi, BBA LL.B (Batch 2012-17)

Transition from high school to college isn’t as simple as it seems. Like a butterfly leaves the comfort zone of the cocoon to explore the real world so have I. College life has been a roller coaster ride, something which was unexpected. It’s a bitter sweet experience ‘cause it becomes a home away from home. We have a very open faculty who has been encouraging our baby steps. Our Director has been very supportive especially to us, first years and it’s truly commendable that he knows each one of us by our names within the first two months.

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Natasha (Batch 2011-16)

Life at SLS, NOIDA pretty much borrows a great deal from these words by the former British Statesman. At a time when high school seemed wholesome, the fallacies in this view point attained prominence after having been at Symbiosis for a year now. Absolute commitment to scholarship and the sheer joy of learning swear to be my motivation at my law school.


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Palak Srivastava, BBA LL.B (Batch 2010-15)

Rush dude it’s 10:05….. Else we are not gonna get entry guys… This is how our day begins at Symbiosis Law School NOIDA, hard to face but true even if you are late by 5 minutes for your class and our Director sir is always there to welcome us in a very calm voice with a smile ‘You are too early for the next Lecture’! Though it might look very harsh but trust me it’s a place which can teach you how to manage a plan to hang out with friends between the dates of memorial submissions, assignment submission, tutorials & attendance issues.

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Prayank Jain, BA LL.B (Batch 2012-17)

Came class XIIth, I figured that a lawyer was what I wanted to be. In my research about it as a career option, I got to know about law schools, their advanced curriculum and a completely new life they provided. I was taken away by law, and kick started my preparation. Then came July 2nd, the day of orientation at Symbiosis Law School, Noida. Dressed in spic and span formals, I went with some doubts, whether it was the right place, where I would like to invest my next five years.

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Rishika Sugandh, BBA LL.B (Batch 2011-16)

Life expounded with boundaries of new experiences after entering Symbiosis Noida. The journey and life here is little indescribable but still I’ll try to pen down my life spent here………… It was too excitable and nervous while entering the college, with an absolute new crowd. But it could not have been even better. My felicity rose higher and higher day and day exploring new law books of the library and amazingly interesting lecture. The field which we are in was often termed as too boring by lay-man, tough by our other friends.


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Ritu, BBA LL.B (Batch 2012-17)

Some refer to it as an institution we call it our home, they say they are teachers I call them awakeners, they call us students I believe we are the leaders under construction, they say great writing starts with great quotes but Symbians establish their own quotes. Experience is not just what I have gained at Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA so far, but its values, beliefs, strength, confidence, that have added onto my personality through my new home.


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Satwik Tripathi (Batch 2010-15)

“When the cat is away, the rats are at play”. Oh what fun it is to relish the newfound freedom no matter how short lived it is. Away from home with independence at its zenith, one was sure to commit foul but the ideals and epitomes that our institution instils within us makes us way ahead of 20.4% students perusing law in India. Five years hence meant a lot but believe it or not I simply go clueless when questioned about my close to three years stay in SLS-Noida. It seems like yesterday when I first stepped into this institution.



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Ayushi Harsh, BA LL.B, Semester I, Division A (2011-16)

Life has no smooth road for any of us; and in the bracing atmosphere of a high aim the very roughness stimulates the climber to steadier steps, till the legend, over steep ways to the stars, fulfills itself. This is what life at Symbiosis Law School all about. When I first entered the campus, it felt as if a dream had come true. I felt proud of being a part of this prestigious university, but less I had known that being a law student is not that easy.


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Kathakali Bose, BA LL.B, Semester I, Division A (2011-16)

Friends, frolic, law and loads of compulsory attendances, this is SLS Noida- my second home. Be it our heavily loaded library, our ever loaded computer lab to our continuously buzzing canteen, they all proclaim it loud, being in this college is indeed a "big deal". The air within smells of sheer professionalism. Right from the very first day, the setting instills in us the skill and maturity to face the future world.


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Falguni Rambhasha, BBA LL.B, Semester I, Division A (2011-16)

This was my excitement level when I got to know that I am soon going to be a part of an esteemed College- Symbiosis Law School, Noida. Yes.. I was on Cloud 9... On the First day, when i was standing at the College Gate.. I was Awestruck by the exquisiteness and serenity of the campus, which was huge and which stood proudly Amidst the Blue sky, promising us of an astounding 5 years. As Soon as I entered.. I felt the warmness and vigor from the campus, I was as eager to be in the college..as my seniors were to welcome us.. Being the Second Batch we were in the Limelight..


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Aman Verma, BA LL.B, Semester I, Division E (2011-16)

1st July 2011 sowed a life in many intrigued, dormant argumentative Indians with the advent of the 2nd session at Symbiosis Law School, Noida. No sooner was the City Centre metro station bustling with early concocted students and business men, than were the societies’ supervisors at college. Orientations, preparation of CV’s, introductory lectures; time when we were developing a hang of the college, banged in the fresher’s party. A party that left us all befuddled, that displayed the talent of acclaimed bathroom singers to ballroom dancers, from anyone to everyone, it turned out to be a blast. But, somewhere something lacked which made everyone feel a little incomplete.

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Jayashree Parihaar, BA LL.B, Semester I, Division E (2011-16)

Well, to start with there couldn’t have been a more memorable and thrilling day. Before the ice breaking session aka the official fresher’s party- who would have thought that it would have turned out the way it did. Let’s rewind our minds and days a little bit to the time when the ice breaking session’s theme was given to us; “MISMATCH”. All my classmates befuddled to say the least after listening to this theme, most of us were very vocal with our suspicions about the event actually having ‘ragging’ undertones to it. As the seniors would have looked pretty in the traditional attire than us looking hideous in our mismatch!

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Mehak Huria, BBA LL.B, Semester I, Division B (2011-16)

A wise man once said: “The greatest journeys in life begin with the smallest steps”. My journey of lifetime began with a small step through the gates of Symbiosis Law School, Noida and it is that very short step that, I am sure, will prove to be the greatest and the wisest, as it leads me through the doors of an extra-ordinary institution in which my discovery of self-realization and self-development begins!! Today I am faced with the hard task of writing the most difficult speech I ever had to write.

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Swati Singh, BA LL.B, Semester I, Division E (2011-16)

Mismatch.., the theme for our ice breaking session made more sense to me once I entered the college and saw my batch mates in the attires they sported. It was strange how the theme which was a headache till yesterday became an adventure just in a moment. The official ragging turned out to be quite an experience but in the most positive of the senses. It was remarkable how our seniors thought of such a theme which would bring out how a group of such varying people who are otherwise so “mismatched” come together to form a unit and find belongingness in an institute.


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Aadya Dube, BA LL.B - Semester III (2010-15)

It was that feeling of not knowing what lay ahead, across that gate of my new college. I had already fallen in love with the building on my interview day. Now, even after my one semester is getting over, I suddenly experience the same feeling once again. Time went by in a snap. It was just yesterday that I was walking through those glass doors, towards the administration block, to get myself registered; that feeling of belonging somewhere, and that too in an institution this prestigious, this great. I was proud of myself. I could go out there and finally flaunt my being a part of this. So much has changed, and so much just hasn’t.

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Aditya Pandey, BBA LL.B - Semester III (2010-15)

Deboarding at Noida City Centre, I went down the stairs with an excitement for my interview, I said to the auto-driver “Bhaiya, Symbiosis Law School chalna hai.” He had a big question mark over his face, so I had to Google the address on my phone because no one had heard of it. I reached outside the college gates from where it seemed like a beautiful bride getting ready for marriage with a little make-up left, I went inside, it had beautiful long classy halls and five star infrastructure. Then came the day for the commencement of my classes. First time I entered the class, I saw the projector on, my jurisprudence teacher explaining with enthusiasm and the students having the hunger to learn.

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Apoorva Banda, BBA LL.B - Semester III (2010-15)

Fifteen Hundred Kilometers away from my hometown, I have found a place which I would call the next best place to live in! All thanks to my college, the reason of my being here. I come from Hyderabad, and yes, truly, I am what people would call me, a conservative South Indian. I still remember the day I attended the interview. There was only one thing which was going on in my head then. My future after spending five years of my student life here! The only thought gave me a hope which made me wait for the date of admission and enroll myself here.

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Ayan Das, BA LL.B - Semester III (2010-15)

When placed in the environs that revolve around the values of friendship, camaraderie, trust, development- all coupled with an effective and holistic learning, you know you’re going down the right roads. Here at SLS Noida, right from its very inception, we have been groomed on the right way of learning. It’s not the destination that should solely rule our lives. It’s also the journey that counts. And that is what SLS Noida has taught us. To truly be able to value cherish a success, it is required to look back into the steps we had to take and think about how each turn helped us in finding the right direction.

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Jaideep Sood, BA LL.B - Semester III (2010-15)

Walking down an alley, turning right, I see four large pillars and a big glass door. They appear calm, yet lively. Yes, this was my first day at Symbiosis Law School, Noida. This campus has embraced me. It has given me an identity. A lot has changed since I came to this law school. The last 4 months have been full of learning and activities. The college at the very start has left a mark in the country. Various MUN’s and college fests have encouraged the students to be a part of the various activities.

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Purvasha, BA LL.B - Semester III (2010-15)

"Good days are to be gathered like grapes, to be trodden and bottled into wine and kept for age to sip at ease beside the fire. If the traveller has vintaged well, he need trouble to wander no longer; the ruby moments glow in his glass at will." - Freya Stark. Passing out from school and starting a new life, a new phase which everyone says "college" gives us an identity of being an adult and provides us with much more freedom.

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Swati Sharma, BBA LL.B - Semester III (2010-15)

Dec 6, 2010- the day Delhi-NCR first witnessed the Symbiosis Law School flag fluttering in the north of India and so did we. I still remember the gleam and respect in the eyes of the 150 students upon seeing their new home as SLS, Noida officially set its foot into the legal world to give a new shape and new definition to this profession. Combine adroitness, a vibrant campus and acuity, top it up with zeal, energy, serenity and hospitality and you know you would be talking about SLS, Noida.