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Law Admission in India


Faculty of Law, University of Kolkata Courses Admission 2017-2018

Faculty of law is located in Hazra campus of the university. In the year 1909, faculty of law was established. It is one of the top 25 law schools in India. It has five other law colleges affiliated to department of law, university of Kolkata. They are –

• Surendranath Law College
• South Calcutta Law College
• Jogesh Chandra Choudhury Law College
• Kingston George Law College
• Bikash Bharati Law College

Annual exams occur in the month of June or July. The courses offered by this university are :

• L.L.B
• L.L.B. (H)
• LL.M.
• Ph.D.
• L.L.D.

The university provides many facilities to its students. It has hostel to provide accommodation for students of the university and to men research scholars. The library houses more than 10 lakh books along with volumes of bound Journals, M.Phil dissertations, PhD dissertations, proceedings of conferences, reports, maps, standards, patents, newspapers, manuscripts, microfilms, CD-ROMs. The Library was expanded due to increase in student population and to satisfy the student’s needs. The library organises various exhibitions so as to promote awareness. In order to provide facilities to S.C. /S.T. /O.B.C. candidates, it has established a BCW Cell. The university has 17 halls used for many functions and has a capacity to accommodate around 2000 students.

Admission to the university is based purely on marks scored by the student in previous exams. The number of seats allotted are 150, 50, 35 for L.L.B, L.L.B(H) and LL.M respectively. The pattern of the University of London was adopted by the university which was modified at later stages. In order to provide students the best learning the university organises Orientation Programs, Refresher Courses, Seminars and Workshops. The department of law puts in all efforts to help the students graduate successfully.




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