CLAT +1 More
|LSAT India||25 Mar, 2021||Exam - Option -1 | Mode: Online|
|10 Nov, 2020 - 04 Jun, 2021||Application | Mode: Online|
|14 Jun, 2021||Exam - Option - 2 | Mode: Online|
|CLAT||01 Jan, 2021 - 31 Mar, 2021||Application | Mode: Online|
|19 Apr, 2021 (Tentative)||Admit Card | Mode: Online|
|13 Jun, 2021||Exam | Mode: Offline|
|26 Dec, 2020||Advertisement | Mode: Online|
- Mode: Full time
- Duration: 5 Years
Law has traditionally been perceived as an autonomous discipline having distinctive styles and methods. Unlike the traditional focus of lawyers with ‘black letter law’, the modern legal ecosystem demands a different approach. For lawyers, judges, and lawmakers to truly appreciate the depth of laws, it is imperative to have an inter-disciplinary approach. The law needs to be looked at not merely as a solution to the problems of chaos and order in society but as a tool for enhancement of the lives of individuals. In our B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) program we facilitate our students to build a multi-dimensional approach to understanding law through the study of history, political science, sociology, and economics.
Existing law schools in the country are still oriented towards theory-based learning, whereas the need of the hour is the dissemination of practical and research-based legal knowledge. We have developed our curriculum in consultation with leading practitioners in the field to ensure that our students approach law not merely as an academic subject to be mastered but as budding practitioners learning the skills of the trade.
This is the BMU method of striving for excellence through a curriculum and pedagogy based on innovation, creativity, multidisciplinary approach, and experiential learning. BMU’s School of Law offers a higher level of understanding of the complex nature of the problems in society and develops the capacity in its students to provide solutions to these problems in the years to come.
Admission is based on the CLAT or LSAT exam scores.
Applicants appearing for their Class XII examinations from any of the following boards:
- Andhra Pradesh State Board
- Telangana State Board
- Tamil Nadu State Board
- Kerala State Board
- Are required to have a minimum aggregate of 70% in their Class XII final board examinations
Applicants from any of the other Indian education boards recognized by the Association of Indian Universities (This covers CBSE, ISC, and State Education Boards recognized by AIU)
- are required to have a minimum aggregate of 60% in their Class XII final board examinations
- Valid CLAT or LSAT scores. All students need to mandatorily write CLAT or LSAT and submit the scores.
- Cambridge/IGCSE board students are required to have 2 A-levels minimum
- As per the AIU’s current guidelines, all IB Diploma and IB Certificate students with 24 points with 3 subjects at HL and 3 subjects at SL are welcome to apply for the undergraduate courses at BML Munjal University
- Applicants who are Foreign Nationals/ Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs)/ Non-Residential Indians (NRIs)/ Overseas Citizens of India (OCI) must have passed the qualifying examination, i.e. Senior Secondary [10+2] or equivalent from any system of education as recognized the Association of Indian Universities (AIU) and must submit their LSAT score.