Admissions are Now Open for MIT-WPU’s LL.B. and BBA LL.B. (Hons) Programs


India, 17th September 2021: India’s 3rd best private university, MIT World Peace University’s (MIT-WPU), Faculty of Law has opened it’s applications for their BBA, LL.B. (Hons.) and LL.B. programs, which is approved by the BCI.

Known for its four-decade-long legacy in education, the university has established itself by striving for excellence in producing some of the nation’s best industry leaders and experts while nurturing global competence and promoting the Culture of Peace through a value-based universal education system for their students to harness their knowledge for the welfare of society.

Both programs under the Faculty of Law focus on combining in-depth analysis with the practical implementation of all relevant laws with a “Learning Beyond Classroom” approach with its state-of-the-art Moot Court, Legal Aid Clinics, and The Centre of Constitutional Law and Public Policy to foster research and encourage discussion on current issues that persist nationally and globally.

About the Courses

The BBA, LL.B. (Hons.) program is an integrated five-year undergraduate program that aims to harbour expertise in the field of Management, and all the relevant laws to groom the students in the legal arena. The students engage in daily interactions with the leading experts of the professionals who help them to prepare for the professional world and to strive for excellence in the field of Law and Management. The BBA, LL.B (Hons.) program offers honours specialization in Business Law Group, Intellectual Property Rights, Alternative Dispute Resolution, and Constitutional Law along with optional seminar courses.

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The LL.B. program is a three-year undergraduate program that focuses on being well-versed in the field of law and building the drafting, pleading, conveyance and advocacy skills that will help them in becoming successful legal professionals. The program aims to mould the young minds of today into leaders of tomorrow and encourage the use of legal education for the development and progress of society.

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Career Prospects

Apart from instilling legal knowledge, the program focuses on our students’ overall welfare, which will help in establishing a sense of value and ethics, which will help them in not only becoming good lawyers but also becoming good human beings.

The skillsets they obtain today will be beneficial in all their future endeavours and will help them in becoming future judges, advocates, litigating lawyers, academicians, corporate lawyers, public prosecutors, and legal advisors along with working in various other sectors like judicial services, legal firms, NGOs, legal reporting and publishing, and in Ministries like the Ministry of Law and Justice.

Placements & Recruitments

The Faculty of Law greatly emphasizes the need to have a practical oriented approach in the field and provides students with strong Internship and
Placement support developing a High Employability Index (HEI) with a dedicated Internship, Placement and Career Advancement Cell.

Students are also aided with necessary Courts, Tribunals, State and National Commissions visits, which enhances their practical notion about the legal field. The students, to date, have been provided Internships with some of the A-Listed Law Firms like Reddy and Reddy, AA Associates, Nehru Associates, RVS Law Firm, Varun Mathur & Associates, Legal Angles, Patna, Chambers of Himanjali Gautam, etc.

Program Highlights

Both programs follow a case-based teaching pedagogy imparting legal education with global standards, providing students with several learning
opportunities. Guest lectures by renowned Professors, Jurists, and Legal Luminaries from across the globe are the USPs of these programs. Regular court visits to gain real-time experience and integrated Moot Court sessions are also organized to instil practical experience.

Furthermore, National legal tours and Rural Immersion programs are also organized to help students understand rural problems, lifestyles, and needs and through its Legal Aid Clinic it provides free legal aid to the poor and needy.

Eligibility Criteria

The 5-year BBA, LL.B. (Hons.) program requires candidates to have passed 10+2 from any recognized Board with a minimum of 50% marks (45% for SC/ST). The candidates are also required to have a score of CLAT/LSAT/MH – CET/MIT-WPU UG – PET examination followed by a Personal Interview.

For the 3-year LL.B. program, candidates should possess a graduation degree on any field from any recognized University with a minimum of 50% marks (45% for SC/ST). They are also required to have a score of CLAT/ MH-CET/ MIT-WPU UG-PET examination followed by a Personal Interview.

The university also provides merit scholarships to reward and motivate the meritorious students with financial assistance, based on their academic performance in the proposed National Level tests and the MIT-WPU internal tests (UGPET) for the A.Y. 2021-22.

Online Admission Process

MIT-WPU’s Faculty of Law is currently accepting online applications for both BBA, LL.B. (Hons.) and LL.B. programs. Adhering to the strict
guidelines during the COVID-19 pandemic, students can apply and appear for the required tests online from the comfort of their homes. The applicants can take provisional admission in the above-mentioned programs.

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  1. I live in the United States, and wants to complete a course of LL.B. 3 years in a distance mode or on-line. Please advise me that what should I do, or if you don’t have such courses that can be achieved through distance mode or on-line, please advise me what college should I contact to achieve my goal.


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