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Top Law Colleges in India

Aug 1, 2018 15:13 IST
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Law has emerged as a popular and lucrative career choice among students in India. To help students, the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) has launched NIRF i.e. National Institutional Ranking Framework that alsotop law colleges in India along with other domains. So, let'sfind out which arethe top law colleges in India as per theNIRF Ranking.

5. National Law University Jodhpur, Rajasthan 

National Law University, Jodhpur (NLUJ) is an institution of national prominence that was established in the year 1999. The university is one of the first institutes in India to offer 5 year integrated undergraduate programs i.e. B.B.A. + L.L.B.(Hons) and B.A.+ LL.B. (Hons). They also offer one year LL.M. programs in specialized legal domains like Corporate Laws, IPR and Technology Laws.

4. Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, West Bengal

Indian Institute of Technology,Kharagpur was the firstIIT to be setup in India. And while the college is well known for its engineering courses, IIT Kharagpur has also made a name for itself in the field of law. The Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property LawSchool at the IIT Kharagpur started in the year 2006. It was the first of its kind law school to offerlaw courses with specialization in Intellectual Property Law. Bachelor of Laws (Hons) programme in Intellectual Property Law isapproved by the Bar Council of India.

3. NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad

NALSAR University of Law Hyderabad, officially known as National Academy of Legal Studies and Research, is located in Telangana, Hyderabad. . It is a legal studies institution and the second National Law University to be established in India in 1998. The university offers undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral level programs in the field of law and management. NALSAR is the first among National Law Universities to offer an M.B.A course. Admissions to the law programs are offered on the basis of CLAT entrance test..

2. National Law University, Delhi

National Law University (NLU), Delhi was established in the year 2008 as an elite National Law School. The Law school has adoptedthe 5-year law degree model that has been proposed by the Bar Council of India. NLU Delhi is a UGC approved university that offers undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral level degree programs in the field of law. Admissions to various courses offered at the NLU are made on the basis of All India Law Entrance Test Score(AILET).

1. National Law School of India University, Bengaluru

Established in the year 1987, theNational Law School of India University Bengaluru has the distinction of being the first law university in India. It offers undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral level courses in the various fields of law.  . The university also has exchange programmes with globally renowned law universities like, National University of Singapore, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, Canada and Buceuius Law School, Germany. The admissions to the university are offeredon the basis of s CLAT entrance test..

So folks, here you have itthe list of the top 5 law colleges in India as per the NIRF 2018 Rankings. Now all there's left for you  isto pick your choice and start preparing for your dream law college. To check the full list of top law colleges in India log on to www.jagranjosh.com.

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