Mahajana Law College

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SBRR Mahajana Law College
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Motto Dharmo Rakshati Rakshitaha
Established 1992
School type Private
Dean Prof. K. Rajashekara
Location Mysore, Karnataka, India
12°19′17.5″N 76°37′27.9″E / 12.321528°N 76.624417°E / 12.321528; 76.624417Coordinates: 12°19′17.5″N 76°37′27.9″E / 12.321528°N 76.624417°E / 12.321528; 76.624417
Enrollment Approx. 300
Faculty 15
USNWR ranking Not Known
Bar pass rate Not known

Mahajana Law College, Mysore was started in 1992 under the guidance of Prof. CKN Raja. It is situated in Jayalakshmipuram. Mahajana Law College is affiliated to Mysore University and approved by the Bar Council of India

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At present Mahajana Law College has about 400 students. Prof. K. Rajashekara is the present principal of the college. The college offers courses in 3 years and 5 years LL.B.

Mahajana Law College brings out a law journal every year to which legal luminaries from all over the world contribute to it. SBRR Mahajana First Grade College is a sister institution located at jayalakshmipuram, Mysore.

Notable Alumnae[edit]

  • Arun Kumar Bafna, Cricketer[1]
  • Vishnu S Warrier, Author[2] & Editor-in-Chief The Lex-Warrier: Online Law Journal[3]