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LLM Admissions 2014 at Indian Law Institute New Delhi

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Admissions will be made in respect of the following courses for the Academic Session S2014-2015.

Master of Law (LL.M.) - One Year Program

Intake - 20

The duration of the course is 1 year comprising of 3 trimesters.

Master of Law (LL.M.) – Two Year Program

Intake - 30

The duration of the course is 2 years comprising of 4 semesters Additional 5 seats may be created for
Foreign students/ NRIs

Classes

LL.M. - One Year Program

Regular classes will be held in the ILI from Monday to Friday from 9.30 a.m. onwards

LL.M. - Two Year Program

Regular classes will be held in the ILI from Monday to Friday from 9.30 a.m. onwards

Eligibility

LL.B. Degree (with not less than 50% marks) from any University / Institution recognized by Bar Council of India as eligible for enrolment as an advocate in India OR

A Law Degree from a foreign country with at least 50% marks in aggregate or equivalent grade. The candidates appearing in the qualifying examinations are also eligible to apply but their admission will be subject to production of proof of having acquired minimum prescribed qualification, at the time of admission. If the result of the qualifying examination is not declared till the date of admission, his/her admission shall be provisional. Such candidate shall give an undertaking that he/she is taking the provisional admission at his/her risk and that he/she shall submit the result of qualifying examination on or before 15.09.2014. In case the candidate fails to submit his/her final result of qualifying examination to prove his/her eligibility on or before 15.09.2014 for any reason whatsoever, his/her admission shall be treated as cancelled and the entire fee forfeited.

LL.M. - Two Year course

Eligibility

LL.B. Degree (with not less than 50% marks) from any University / Institution recognized by Bar Council of India as eligible for enrolment as an advocate in India OR

A Law Degree from a foreign country with at least 50% marks in aggregate or equivalent grade. The candidates appearing in the qualifying examinations are also eligible to apply but their admission will be subject to production of proof of having acquired minimum prescribed qualification, at the time of admission. If the result of the qualifying examination is not declared till the date of admission, his/her admission shall be provisional. Such candidate shall give an undertaking that he/she is taking the provisional admission at his/her risk and that he/she shall submit the result of qualifying examination on or before 15.09.2014. In case the candidate fails to submit his/her final result of qualifying examination to prove his/her eligibility on or before 15.09.2014 for any reason whatsoever, his/her admission shall be treated as cancelled and the entire fee forfeited.

Centre and Syllabus of Common Admission Test – 2014 for admission to LL.M.programme

The Common Admission Test will be held at Delhi only. The test shall consist of three parts.

Part-I

will contain 40 objective type questions with multiple choices relating to English language and general knowledge.

Part-II

will contain 100 objective type questions with multiple choices from the following areas: Jurisprudence, Constitutional Law, IPC, Public International Law, Commercial Law (Contract and Specific Relief Act, Partnership and Sale of Goods Act), Law of Torts, Law of Limitation and Environmental Law.

Part-III

will contain 4 subjective type questions to be answered in not more than 150 words to test the legal writing skills of the candidate.

Attendance

For LL.M. – One Year programme (comprising of three trimesters)

A student shall be required to have a minimum attendance of 80% or more in the aggregate of all the courses taken together in a trimester. Provided that the Director after considering the recommendation of the committee constituted by him for the purpose, may condone attendance shortage upto 10% for individual student on medical grounds. However, under no condition, a student who has an aggregate attendance of less than 70%
in a trimester shall be allowed to appear in the trimester examination. Student who has been detained due to shortage of attendance shall not be allowed to be promoted to the next trimester and he/she will be required to take re-admission and repeat all courses of the said trimester with the next batch of students. Note: It is compulsory for students of LL.M. – One Year Programme to attend the functions/ lectures organised by the ILI.

For LL.M. – Two Year programme (comprising of four semesters

A student must have a minimum attendance of 75% in the aggregate of all classes taken together (including research hours) in a semester for eligibility to appear for the examinations. The Director of the Institute may, individual cases, after considering the recommendation of the committee constituted by him for the purpose, condone attendance shortage upto 10% on medical grounds. The student who is detained due to shortage of attendance shall not be promoted to the next semester and he/she will be required to take re-admission and repeat all courses of the said semester with the next batch of students. Note: It is compulsory for students of LL.M. – Two Year Programme to attend the

Submission of Application Form

For Admission to LL.M. – One Year Program

The Application Form complete in all respects along with duplicate admit card and Statement of Purpose should be submitted either in person or by Registered Post/Speed Post/Courier/Messenger so as to reach the office of the Deputy Registrar, Indian Law Institute, Bhagwan Das Road, New Delhi - 110 001 on or before June 2, 2014 for admission to LL.M. Programme along with a Demand Draft of Rs. 1500/- towards conducting All India
Admission Test and processing fee for admission etc. However, if the application form is downloaded from the website of the Institute, a Demand Draft of Rs. 2500/- is to be attached along with the application form.

For Admission to LL.M. – Two Year Program

The Application Form complete in all respects along with duplicate admit card and Statement of Purpose should be submitted either in person or by Registered Post/Speed Post/Courier/Messenger so as to reach the office of the Deputy Registrar, Indian Law Institute, Bhagwan Das Road, New Delhi - 110 001 on or before June 2, 2014 for admission to LL.M. Two Year Program along with a Demand Draft of Rs. 1500/- towards All India
Admission Test and processing fee for admission etc. However, if the application form is downloaded from the website of the Institute, a Demand Draft of Rs. 2500/- is to be attached alongwith the application form.

Important Dates

(i) Commencement of Sale of Prospectus Containing Application Form Thursday, 01.05.2014
(ii) Last Date for Submission of Application Form Monday, 02.06.2014
(iii) Date of All India Common Admission Test (CAT) Saturday, 14.06.2014
at 3.00 p.m. in the ILI
(iv) Notification of CAT Result on the Notice Board and
Website of the Institute Saturday, 21.06.2014
(v) Group Discussion and viva-voce of short listed candidates Monday, 30th June, 2014
(onwards)
(vi) Display of First Merit List Monday, 07.07.2014
Last Date of Deposit of Fee Thursday, 10.07.2014
(vii) Display of Second Merit List Friday, 11.7.2014
Last Date of Deposit of Fee Tuesday, 15.7.2014
(viii) Display of Third Merit List, if required Thursday, 17.7.2014
Last Date of Deposit of Fee Monday, 21.7.2014

• The classes for LL.M. – 1 year will start w.e.f. 16.07.2014
• T he classes for LL.M. – 2 year will start w.e.f. 01.08.2014

More Details

http://www.ili.ac.in/llm.html

Indian Law Institute, New Delhi
The Indian Law Institute (ILI) was founded in 1956 primarily with the objective of promoting and conducting legal research. The objectives of the Institute as laid down in its Memorandum of Association are to cultivate the science of law, to promote advanced studies and research in law so as to meet the social, economic and other needs of the Indian people, to promote systematization of law, to encourage and conduct investigations in legal and allied fields, to improve legal education, to impart instructions in law, and to publish studies, books, periodicals, etc.
 
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