Frequently Asked Questions

1. How do I access SLR’s course packs?

To access SLR’s course packs, all you need to do is simply sign-up and login.

2. Are SLR’s course packs free?

The cost of an SLR course pack varies from subject to subject and depends on the plan you choose. For more information see Premium Plans.

3. What do I get when I purchase an SLR course pack?

When you purchase a course pack, you will receive access to comprehensive PPT Slides and/or video lectures that cover all the key topics for your chosen subject. There is no need for you to purchase a textbook or a guide. SLR course packs are sufficient. Access to the course pack will be time-bound and depend on the Premium Plan you choose.

4. Why do some course packs have "notes only" in brackets?

As a general rule, if a course pack has "notes only" in brackets, it means that there are no video lectures. However, for subjects like the Code of Civil Procedure (CPC), Taxation and Constitutional Law II you have the option of purchasing a course pack containing notes only or video lectures with notes. For more information see Subjects.

5. Can I download the PPT Slides, video lectures and other content on the site?

No, none of the content on the site is downloadable. Once you purchase a course pack, you will be able to view the PPT Slides and video lectures through SLR’s unique Learning Management System. PPT Slides are in .swf format and the videos can be streamed simultaneously i.e. while you are viewing the PPT Slides.

6. Will you be offering private and/or group tutorials?

Yes, SLR offers private tutorials. Please send an email to if you would like to avail of this service.

7. Do you offer course packs covering all subjects on the law school syllabus?

As of October 15, 2015, the Code of Civil Procedure (CPC), Taxation and Constitutional Law II are available for consumption. The following subjects will be uploaded in the coming months:

The Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC) October, 2015
Labour and Industrial Law November, 2015
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) November, 2015