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Top 10 Law Colleges in India 2018

Law is an interesting career option. Due to constantly changing social and economic circumstances, there is an increase in the demand for lawyers.

Law Colleges

Lawyers hold a respective post in professional as well as personal life. When everything goes wrong, one can rely on the lawyers for the legal path to justice.

Study of Law offers various departments. One can choose what he/she wants. For example:

  • Civil Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Corporation Law
  • Family Law
  • International Law etc.

Study of Law offers a quite fair starting packages of salary. One never stops learning and experiencing new things in this field.

To furnish your skills and train your mind properly, one must need a right college. So here is the list of Top 10 Law Colleges in India 2018:

1. National Law School of India University

NLSIU is situated in Bangalore and is a government institution of legal education. It was the first National Law University to be established in India in the year 1986.

It has been ranked as #1 by India Today. It offers 15 courses in 1 stream and 3 specialisations.

Admissions

  • The candidate has to pass 10+2 with 50% aggregate marks and should qualify CLAT (Common Law Admission Test).
  • After qualifying the CLAT exam, candidates are called for an interview.

Fees

  • Diploma Courses: Starts from Rs 30,000/-
  • Degree Courses: Starts from Rs 2.5 L

2. National Academy of Legal Studies and Research University

NALSAR University of Law is situated in Hyderabad. It is a government university established in the year 1998.

It was ranked #2 by India Today. The Chief Justice of AP High Court is the Chancellor of this law school and Dr Faizan Mustafa is its Vice-Chancellor.

It offers 22 courses in 2 streams and 14 specialisations.

Admissions

  • The candidates are required to score 50% aggregate marks in 10+2.
  • Admissions are based on the result of CLAT.
  • Qualified candidates are called for counselling round.

Fees

  • Diploma Courses: Starts from Rs. 50,000/-
  • Degree Courses: Starts from Rs 2.0L

3. Gujarat National Law University

GNLU is situated in Gandhinagar. It is a public university and was established in the year 2004.

It was ranked #4 by India Today. This college offers 21 courses in 3 streams and 9 specialisations.

Admission

  • Minimum required marks in 10+2 are 45%.
  • Admission is based on the marks scored in CLAT.
  • Qualified students are then called for counselling round.

Fees

  • Diploma Courses: Starts from Rs 60,000/-
  • Degree Courses: Starts from Rs. 1.5L

4. ILS College Pune

The Indian Law Society established the Law College in 1924, which has since then established itself as a premier institute for legal studies in India.

It was ranked #8 by India Today. It is affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University. This college offers 14 courses in 1 streams and 6 specialisations.

Admission

  • Minimum of 45% aggregate marks are required in 10+2
  • Admission is based on the rank secured in Maharashtra Common Entrance Test for Law (MHCET Law)

Fees

  • Diploma Courses: Starts from Rs 10,000/-
  • Degree Courses: Starts from Rs. 1.5L

5. Bharatiya Vidyapeeth Deemed University New Law College

BVP University New Law College was established in the year 1978 and became part of Bharatiya Vidyapeeth in 1996. It is situated in Pune.

It has been ranked #6 for Law by India Today. This college offers 24 courses in 1 stream and 9 specialisations.

Admission

  • 45% aggregate marks are required in 10+2
  • Admission is based on the marks secured by BVP Entrance Test.

6. Faculty of Law Jamia Millia Islamia

It is a public university and was established in 1989. It has been ranked #6 by Outlook India.

It is situated in Delhi. This college offers 3 courses in 2 streams.

Admission

  • 50% aggregate marks in 10+2
  • Admission is based on the marks scored in University Entrance Test – Jamia Millia Islamia Admission Test.

Fees

  • Degree Courses: Starts from Rs 15,000/-

7. Hidayatullah National University of Law

Established in 2003, Hidayatullah National University of Law is the sixth NLU to have been established and is a residential university.

It is a public university located in Raipur. This college offers 5 courses in 2 streams and 3 specialisations.

Admission

  • 45% aggregate marks are required in 10+2
  • The admission process is based on the ranked scored in CLAT.
  • Qualified candidates are then called for counselling round.

Fees

  • Degree Courses: Starts from Rs 70,000/-

8. Faculty of Law Banaras Hindu University

It was one of the oldest law schools of the country. It was established in the year 1921 and has been ranked #8 by Outlook India.

It is a public university which offers 3 courses in 1 stream and 1 specialisations.

Admission

  • Admissions are based on the merit of BHU – UET

Fees

  • Degree Courses: Starts from Rs 60,000/-

9. PG College of Law Osmania University

It was established in 1899 but the law department started in the year 1923. It also has a 5 year integrated course in Law.

This college offers 14 courses in 2 streams and 7 specialisations.

Admission

  • Candidate must be a graduate from any recognised university.
  • Admission is based on the merit of the marks scored in the entrance test conducted by Osmania University.

Fees

  • Diploma Courses: Starts from Rs 10,000/-
  • Degree Courses: Starts from Rs. 50,000/-

10. Amity Law School Delhi

It is affiliated to GGSIPU. It has been ranked #10 by Outlook India.

It is situated in Noida and was established in the year 1999. This college offers 2 courses in 1 stream.

Admission

  • 50% aggregate marks in 10+2
  • Admission is based in the ranked scored in IPU – CET.

Fees

  • Degree Courses: Starts from Rs. 10.0L

These are the list of top 10 Law colleges in India.

Best of luck.

About Jahanvi Gupta

Jahanvi Gupta is a content writer at ExamGyani.

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