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Army Institute of Law (AIL), Mohali Courses Admission 2017-2018

Army Institute of Law (AIL) was established in July 1999. It is affiliated to Punjabi university, Patiala. On 01 Dec 2003, President of India, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, inaugurated AIL's Mohali campus. This institute is majorly for the wards of servicemen and ex-servicemen of Army. It offers B.A., LL.B. 5-year degree course in law.

The reservation for wards of civilians, residents of Punjab and residents in the rest of India is 20%, 15% and 5% respectively. Some of the reasons why students choose AIL are due to its Dedicated Faculty, Efficient Administration, Excellent Placements, good Infrastructure, Spacious classrooms, Wi-Fi and internet facility in computer lab, a large library, Seminar and Conference Halls provided with all Audio and Visual facilities, Medical and CSD Facility, transport facility provided to students, and separate hostel facilities to boys and girls. All students reside in the hostel. It also has gymnasium and cafeteria.

Students of AIL are divided among four houses namely Austin, Bentham, Kelson and Denning in order to compete in activities like Debate, Declamation, Singing, Dancing, Group Discussion, Dramatics and sports. Ragging is strictly prohibited in this university.

The university helps recognise the abilities of the students and it also helps to explore their potential. To apply for B.A LL.B (5 Year Law Course), a minimum of 45% marks should be secured by the student in class XII. The student should not be above 21 years while applying for the course. The student must also obtain good marks in Common Entrance Test (CET Law), Punjab. The number of seats available for B.A, LL.B. 5 year’s course is 80 seats.

AIL aims to increase the participation of the students in all activities. Many students are found to take part in interactive sessions, seminars, moot courts and various projects.
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