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Law Education in India

          Law education is a service oriented, responsible, ambitious and daring form of education. Law is a set of rules and standards set for the people and government of a particular place. It includes many rules and acts which specifies the penalties and punishments that can be given, when disobeyed. There are many Law Colleges in India. Among the colleges, some of them such as Amity Law School, Delhi; Indian Law Society (ILS) Law College; National University of Juridical Sciences (NUJS), Kolkata; National Law University, Jodhpur; and NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad are reputed ones. Government Law College, Mumbai; Symbiosis Society's College; Delhi Campus Law Centre; Bhopal National Law Institute University and Bangalore NLSIU are some of the colleges, which also offer excellent law education.



Like for all the courses, here also the Law Entrance Exam is necessary. The CLAT is a common Law Entrance Exam. In addition, there are many other exams conducted by the States and the universities. The various degrees offered for law in India are LLB for Bachelors of Law, LLM for Masters of Law, B.A in LLB, and MCL for Masters in Civil Law and the PhD for the Doctorate of Law. Law Entrance along with a personal interview is required for getting an admission to pursue LLB. The total course duration is three years, which is divided into six semesters. There are two specializations, such as Criminal law and Civil law. Criminal law deals with criminal affairs like robbery, rape, and murder and so on…Civil law deals with domestic affairs like land, will, finance and human rights. These courses are available in correspondence as well.

            In the recent decade, the craze for law education in India has been greatly reduced because of the growth of the Information Technology in India. People do not prefer law these days because there is no attractive and permanent earning in this profession. Thus the government of India should take concerned steps in promoting the Law education in India. Thus we can expect honest, sincere, truthful lawyers for our nation, who can uplift our constitution with justice, so that our country becomes a better and safe place to live in with our very own laws and regulations.

Here is a list of top Law Institutes and Law Universities in India :

Amity Law Schoo
Yasho Bhawan, Okhla road,

Army Institute of Law
Sec-68, Mohali-160062
Tel: 0172-5095336-38

Bangalore Institute of Legal Studies
Vijaya College Campus, Basavanagudi,
Bangalore –560004
Tel: 080-2656107

Bharati Vidyapeeth’s New Law College
Erandwane Cumpus, Paud Road, Pune-411038
Tel: 020-25230855

Faculty of Law, Banaras Hindu University
Tel: 0542-2369018

Faculty of Law, Punjab University
Sector-14, Chandigarh
Tel: 0172-2541577

Faculty of Law, University of Delhi
Tel: 011-27667765

Faculty of Law, University of Lucknow
2nd Campus, Lucknow University, Sitapur Road, Lucknow
Tel: 0522-2363113

Gopaldas Jamatmal Advani Law College
32nd Road, Bandra, Mumbai-400050
Tel: 022-26497484

Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur
Tel: 03222-282002

Indian Law Society, Law College
Law College Road, Pune-411004
Tel: 020-25656775

Karnataka Lingayat Education Society’s Law College
PB-1059, 2nd Block, Rajainagar, Bangalore-560010
Tel: 080-23324529

M.S. Ramaiah College of Law
M.S. Ramaiah Road, MSRIT Post, Bangalore-560054
Tel: 080-57708015

National Academy of Legal Studies and Research
3-4, 761, Barkatpura, Hyderabad-500027
Tel: 040-27567955

National Law Institute University
Bhadbhada Road, Barkheri Kalan, Bhopal-462002
Tel: 0755-2696965

National Law School of India University
Post Bag No: 7201, Nagarbhavi, Bangalore-560072
Tel: 080-23213160

Symbiosis Society’s Law College
Senapati Bapat Road, Pune-411004
Tel: 020-25655114



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