Indian Law Institute, New Delhi (ILI) offers postgraduate and doctoral programmes. ILI New Delhi courses are offered in the law stream. ILI New Delhi courses are offered in full-time and online modes. Indian Law Institute, New Delhi PG courses are L.L.M and P.G.D. The duration of ILI New Delhi L.L.M course is 1 year. ILI New Delhi PhD course is PhD Law. The institute also offers certificate courses such as Online Certificate Course on Cyber Laws and Online Certificate Course on Intellectual Property Rights.
ILI New Delhi course fee for L.L.M is Rs. 87,000. Whereas the ILI New Delhi fee structure for P.G.D is Rs. 26,500. Mentioned below is the ILI New Delhi courses, fees and eligibility criteria.
Candidates should hold a graduate degree from a
recognised university and 5% weightage will be given to the Law Graduates/CA/CMA/CS for admission to all Post Graduate Diploma Programmes.
Candidates must have passed an LL.B. degree (with not less than 50% marks) from any university/institution recognised by the Bar Council of India.
Candidates should hold an L.L.M. degree from a recognised university with a minimum 55% mark or its equivalent grade on a point scale.
Yes, after completing the cyber law program , you can get offers from IT companies, Police Departments, various corporate houses, a lecturer at Universities, Public & Private Organizations and much more.
You may be recruited as:
1. A Cyber Lawyer or Cyber Expert
2. Cyber Assistant
3. Legal Advisor
4. In- House counsel
5. Research Assistant
6. Security Auditor
7. Network Administrators
Apart from this, you can get government jobs in various departments like:
1. Advisor in the ministry of information and technology.
2. Cyber consultant in Police Department, Bank or any IT firms.
3. Research assistant in Security Auditors and Network Administrators in government firms and technology companies.
And much more.
No, Indian Law Institute, New Delhi does not provide B.A.L.L.B course. The degrees provided by Indian Law Institute, New Delhi are P.G.D, L.L.M and Ph.D. Indian Law Institute, New Delhi was established in the year 1956 and is a government college. The institute is recognised by the University Grants Commission (UGC). Please click the below link to know more about the college. Indian Law Institute, New Delhi is accredited by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC)
CLAT, an entrance examination which is common law admission test is conducted by the consortium of National law universities which is in number of 22 in India. All the vice chancellors of this 22 National law University are in a position to conduct the examination of CLAT. As National law University has a national importance and the education level is very commendable and high so you should take admission in National law University, Odisha for the course of study Cyber Law.
Hope this will help.