Graduates from this LL.M. programme will be creative problem-solvers and fundamentally alter the way the justice system works for the neediest sections of the society. They will have knowledge, skills, and perspective to practice law that can deliver justice to all people, and advance the cause of the disadvantaged and marginalized groups. Graduates can practice in the Court of Law, and work for the society using expertise in legal literacy, socio-legal research, policy analysis and advocacy, and legislative reforms.
They can also find employment with universities and research institutions, legal institutions and services, peoples’ organizations, or have an independent practice. This programme involves classroom teaching, Research, Fieldwork, Legal Services Clinics, intern-ships, Visits to the legal Institutions, and participation in research projects, seminars, workshops, etc.
The selection of candidates for different programmes happens in two stages and has three components of assessment. All candidates appear for the National entrance test (TISSNET). Based on the performance in the TISSNET examination, only shortlisted candidates are called for the Pre Interview Test and Personal Interview (PIT/PI).
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Accreditation is a process by which the quality of a programme is examined and certified normally by an external body of academics. It validates and certifies that academic processes practised within an institute are robust and relevant.
For any programme to be recognized for further studies or a profession it needs to be approved either by a University or/and by a professional council as the case may be.
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