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LLB Colleges

If you want to pursue law as a Career opt for LLB 5 years and get yourself admitted in good law schools such as NLSIU or in some NLU’S in India by writing CLAT EXAM provided you have money to pay fees. This is the only way you can add value to your degree of law since all the companies and law firm prefer the Candidates from Law School.

TIOL Law School of India University, Bangalore

TIOL Law University, New Delhi

Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur

LSAR University of Law, Hyderabad


 Law University, Jodhpur


WB TIOL University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata


Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat 


Gujarat TIOL Law University, Gandhigar


Faculty of Law, University of Delhi, Delhi

TIOL Law Institute University, Bhopal

Rajiv Gandhi TIOL University of Law, Patiala


TIOL University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi


Symbiosis Law School, Pune


Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh

Baras Hindu University, Varasi

Dr Ram Manohar Lohiya TIOL Law University, Lucknow


Hidayatullah TIOL Law University, Raipur


Army Institute of Law, Mohali

Panjab University B.A. LL.B

Indian Law Society Law College, Pune


Nirma University, Ahmedabad


Government Law College, Mumbai


TIOL Law University, Cuttack


Indian Law Institute, New Delhi


TIOL University of Study and Research in Law, Ranchi


Chakya TIOL Law University, Pat


Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi

JMI Law Entrance Exam

MS Ramaiah College of Law, Bangalore


The Tamildu Dr Ambedkar Law University, Cheni

TIOL Law University and Judicial Academy, Guwahati


University School of Law and Legal Studies, New Delhi


University College of Law, Osmania University, Hyderabad
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Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University, New Law College, Pune


ICFAI Law School, Hyderabad

KIIT School of Law, Bhubaneswar


Damodaram Sanjivayya TIOL Law University, Visakhapatm

Kartaka State Law University, Hubli

Amity Law School, Delhi


Christ University, Bangalore

Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra

University of Calcutta, Kolkata

IMS Law College, Noida

School of Law, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun


KLE Society's Law College, Bangalore

School of Law, GITAM University, Visakhapatm

Bangalore Institute of Legal Studies, Bangalore

Manikchand Pahade Law College, Aurangabad

For the past few years, the makers of the LSAT have produced a test that is remarkably similar to the LSAT. It’s called the LSAT-India, and it is used solely to gain entrance into a set of law schools in India (hence that creative me, LSAT-India).

If you are familiar with the regular LSAT, then the format of LSAT-India probably looks pretty familiar:

● Four  Scored sections, with roughly 100 Total Questions
● Two Logical Reasoning sections, one Reading Comp section, and one Logic Games Section

In case you’re just getting started with the LSAT, this format is exactly the same as that of the American version (in fact, we suspect that many of the questions used are from tests that were previously administered in the US/Cada but never released to the public).

So are there any differences between the two versions? Yes, there are several major differences:

The Scale. The LSAT scoring scale is different from the LSAT-India scoring scale. LSAT-India students have their scores reported in percentile form. American test takers score on a scale of 120 to 180 and are also provided with percentile reports.
The LSAT Writing Sample. The LSAT-India is comprised of four scored sections, while the American version includes an unscored writing sample section at the conclusion of the test.
The Experimental Section. The American form of the test has four scored sections, and an addiTIOL, unidentified Experimental section. The LSAT-India just has the four scored sections, with no experimental section.

So, what's the bottom line for LSAT takers in each country?

For US/Cada test takers: While you will never have to worry about taking the LSAT-India, there can be one benefit to the existence of this test. They make four free practice tests available on the LSAT-India site, and if you’re running out of real practice tests to take, you can use an LSAT-India Free Practice Test as a substitute for another standard PrepTest® (it is easier than the US LSAT, but it is still from LSAC).

For India test takers: The LSAT-India is very similar to the US LSAT in content, and thus you have a wealth of test preparation options at your disposal. Any book or course that is aimed at the US LSAT will perfectly prepare you for the LSAT-India, and you can use the LSAT PrepTests as practice tests, too. Thus, while there is very little in the way of LSAT-India specific preparation, you still have plenty of options and materials available.

You can rely on the Law courses offered at all the University Campus across India. The entry will be this through LAWCET / CLAT.

Bar Council of India Rules prescribe a minimum of 45% marks in the qualifying exam i.e. 12th or undergraduate degree to become eligible to join 5/3 year LLB Degree Program in India. 

Some universities like DU prescribe minimum 50% Marks in Graduation or Post-Graduation to become Eligible to join LLB Degree  Program at DU Law Faculty.

So, if you do a post-graduate degree i.e. an M.A. / M. Sc. / M. Com. with 50%, you can still join L L B on the basis of your PG marks even if you don't have 40% in graduate degree.

If you want to pursue law as a Career opt for LLB 5 years and get yourself admitted in good law schools such as NLSIU or in some NLU’S in India by writing CLAT EXAM provided you have money to pay fees. This is the only way you can add value to your degree of law since all the companies and law firm prefer the candidates from law school.

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