Admission Process for various courses begins at Indian Law Institute

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Indian Law Institute has invited applications for admissions to various programmes for the session 2014-15.

Programmes:

  • PhD in Law
  • LLM (one year)
  • LLM (two-year)
  • PG Diploma in specialised branches of law

Eligibility:

  • PhD in Law: The candidates applying for admission to this programme are required to have completed their LLM scoring at least 55 per cent marks.
  • The last date to apply for this course is July 1.
  • LLM one-year programme: The candidates applying for admission to this programme are required to have completed their LLB and with minimum 50 per cent marks.
  • The last date to apply for this course is June 2.
  • LLM two-year programme: The candidates applying for admission to this programme should have completed LLB with at least 50 per cent marks.
  • The last date to apply for this course is June 2.
  • PG Diploma in specialised branches of Law (Alternate Dispute Relations, Corporate Laws and Management, Cyber Law, Intellectual Property Rights): The candidates applying for admission to this programme are required to possess a graduation degree.
  • The last date to apply for this course is July 1.

How to apply:

  • In order to apply, the candidates are required to obtain the application form from the Publication Sales counter of the institute. The prospectus and form can also be collected by post. The duly filled application forms are required to be sent along with a demand draft of Rs 1,100 (application fee) drawn in favour of Indian Law Institute, payable at New Delhi, along with a self-addressed envelope of 24×30 cm.
  • Candidates can also download the application form simply by logging on to the website of Indian Law Institute.

 

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