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Here is the list of the top 8 law universities in India :
NLSIU Bangalore – The Law University is located in Bangalore, Karnataka. It was started in 1988 to pioneer legal education reforms in India. It has more than 10 research centers for conducting research-related activities. It is a member of the association of Indian universities and is acknowledged by the University grants commission. It offers seven full-time programs under the field of law and various programs under the directorate of distance education. Candidates need to clear the entrance exam for regular courses and, admission of distance courses is done on a merit basis. It also provides various scholarships or free ships. The scholarship is also offered to economically unstable students.
National Law University, Delhi, offers courses at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels to its students. It was established in the year 2018 and ranked 2 by NIRF. Candidates need to clear the All India Law Entrance Test for admission. Seventy seats are offered to the students and ten seats to foreign nationals. Due to this, it is quite tough to get admission and, competition is hard.
NALSAR University of Law is situated at Shamirpet, Hyderabad, Telangana, India. It is founded in 1998. The university offers undergraduate and postgraduate programs in law and postgraduate programs in business administration to its students. The university is ranked 3rd by NIRF. The facilities provided by NALSAR are incredible and, the infrastructure is also good.
The law school is founded at the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur. The law school has collaborated with the George Washington University Law school. It is the only law school within the IIT system. It is also the first law school to give legal education with IP specializations. It was ranked 4th by NIRF. It offers campus placement to students. The law school offers a 3-year bachelor’s degree in laws approved by the Bar Council of India.
Jindal global law school is established in 2009. The law school offers B.A.LL.B, BBA LL.B, three years BA (Hons) legal studies, LL.B, LL.M to students. Candidates must appear for the LSAT India exam for admission to BBA LLB Hons. The law school is part of O.P. Jindal global university and, it is one finest law colleges in the country. The university gives a tremendous opportunity for students. Admission completely depends on the preparation level of the candidates.
Gujarat National Law University is the 7th national law university to be set up in the country. It was established by the government in the year 2003. The University is based on the structure of NLSIU, Bangalore. The university is accredited with an “A” grade by NAAC. Aspirants can apply online through the authorized website of the university. GNLU has an incredibly promising placement record. The university offers BA LLB, B.Com LLB, BSC LLB, BBA LLB, and BSW LLB courses at undergraduate and level to its students.
JMI New Delhi– It is a central university, founded in 1920 which later moved to Delhi in 1925. The university offers an undergraduate degree, a postgraduate degree, and doctoral programs in the field of arts, science, commerce, hospitality, technology, management, architecture, education, and polytechnic. Candidates have to clear the entrance exam for admission. The university provides all basic facilities and also offers good placements. It also offers scholarships on a merit and needs basis.
The Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law is located in Patiala, Punjab. The university was established in 2006 by the Punjab government. It is dedicated to the field of legal education. The university offers BA LLB, L.L.M, Ph.D. in the field of law. The university was affiliated with UGC and approved by the Bar Council of India.