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Indian Law Institute’s PhD in Law: Apply by June 1

By: Aprajita Karki | May 7, 2019
About the organisation

The Indian Law Institute is a Deemed University and socio-legal research institute, founded in 1956. Established in New Delhi, primarily with the objective of promoting and conducting legal research, education and training.

About the course

PhD in Law

Eligibility

An applicant holding LL.M. Degree from a recognized university with minimum 55% marks is eligible to apply.

Intake: 9 seats

Important information

The application form complete in all respect along with a brief Research Plan shall be submitted for admission.

For further details regarding PhD Regulations, Admission Test and Guidelines, please see the website of the ILI, here.

The candidates appearing in the qualifying examinations are also eligible to apply but their admission will be subject to production of proof of having acquired a minimum prescribed qualification, at the time of admission.

If the result of the qualifying examination is not declared till the date of admission, his/her admission shall be provisional. Such candidate shall give an undertaking that he/she is taking the provisional admission at his/her risk and that he/she shall submit the result of the qualifying examination on or before 15.09.2019.

In case the candidate fails to submit his/her final result of qualifying examination to prove his/her eligibility on or before 15.09.2019 for any reason whatsoever, his/her admission shall be treated as cancelled and the entire fee be forfeited.

Entrance Exam

There shall be a written test of three hours duration for the candidates who have not qualified UGC NET/JRF.

The written test shall consist of two papers and will be held on 08.06.2019 (Saturday) at 10.00 a.m at Indian Law Institute (Reporting Time 09:30 AM).

How to apply?

To apply, click here.

For full application details, click here.

Important dates

Indian Law Institute’s PhD in Law

For the brochure, click here.

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Aprajita Karki

I am an army girl! In a barbie world! Keeper of 5 dogs. On a diet for now. Sometimes I might make punctuation mistakes, but I make up for it by bringing in a crore or two extra. What's more important, a misplaced comma, or a well-placed crore?

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