Indian Law Institute, New Delhi
Yes there are many universities across India and Abroad which offers both undergraduation and postgraduation in criminology.
Doing B.A in criminology widens the scope of doing Law as well.
Hope this clarified your doubt
All the best
You can get previous years question paper in ili library .You can refer the link below for previous year question papers.
Good to have such questions from you. There are similar confusions regarding courses, programmes, and colleges amongst the law aspirants. Thank you that your question will help all others like you who are having similar doubts but can't ask the question.
Coming straightaway to your query, the Indian Institue of Law, Delhi offers only the postgraduate and diploma programmes in law course.
In case you are interested in pursuing the 5-year integrated law programme from Delhi and NCR, you have a number of institutions, from where you can. There are a few entrance exams which you need to appear for- AILET, LSAT India and IPU CET Law.
Wherein the application form for AILET is over, you can still fill the application form of LSAT India and IPUCET Law application for the 5-year law programmes.
I hope the information serves your query. In case there is still something which needs to be answered, counter-question.
Also, I look forward to having other questions from you. The questions you ask will help you know more.
Please be clear about for which university you are looking for and placement are different in every college and I can't tell that what would be highest placement because it all depends upon the companies that what would they offer.
Are you asking for LLM programme? The entrance test will consist of three parts, The first part will consist of English Language, General Knowledge, The second part will be objective & consist of 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 and the third part will be subjective. You can check the complete information with the given below link.
In case you have any other query then let me know.
Here are some preparation tips you can follow the exam preparation:
Go through with the previous year papers to know the level of the questions & Do practise as much you can.
Make a time schedule & devide your study section wise. Go through with the latest happening related judiciary about supreme court decision on current issue and famous cases and case studies. Read newspapers, Magzines etc. It will be helpful for your exam.
The Exam is devided into the section like
Constitutional LawJurisprudenceLaw of Contracts, Law of Torts, Criminal Law, International Law, Family Law, Property Law, Intellectual Property Law, etc.
You can prefer Ashok Kumar Jain LLM guide or Delhi Law Academy Material for the exam preparation.
Dear Kumar Krishna Madhava,
Thank you that you queried for ILI LLM Entrance. The Indian Law Institute does not declare any cut off as such for admissions, however it announces a merit list for admissions to the LLM programme.
Further, we may request the institute for announcing the cut off.
Keep on questioning, clearing doubts and building knowledge!
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