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Army Institute Of Law, Mohali, LLM Admissions 2011
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Army Institute Of Law, Mohali  invites application for LL.M Course admissions for academic year 2011

Total Seats 15

  1. Children of Army Personnel – 12
  2. Punjab Resident Category – 2
  3. All India Civil Category - 1

Army Institute Of Law, Mohali, Admission 2011


Eligibility Criteria

  • For admission to LL.M. Part I, a candidate should have secured at least 55% marks in aggregate in LL.B. (Three-Year/Five Year) degree examination of Punjabi University or an equivalent examination from any other statutory university. Provided that in case a candidate has passed LL.B. (Two-Year) degree examination at such time when he was eligible to get himself enrolled as Advocate under Bar Council rules at that time, his marks in LL.B. Part I and LL.B. Part II examinations in aggregate will be taken into consideration, subject to the condition that it will also be essential for him for the purpose of eligibility that he has not secured less that 55% marks in aggregate in LL.B. Part I and LL.B. part II examinations


IMPORTANT: For Admission to LL.M. course, the candidate will have to fill the
Entrance Test Form of Punjabi University, Patiala as well as Application-cum- Admission Form of Army Institute of Law, Mohali. Please refer to website http://www.armyinstituteoflaw.org/form_front_page.php  and http://punjabiuniversity.ac.in/pbiuniweb/pages/HB%20PROFESSIONAL%20201112.pdf  Admissions helpline telephone No 0172-5095336, 0172-5095337, 0172-5095338 (ext 202).

Selection Procedure:
Admission to LL.M. course shall be based on the merit of candidates determined by the result of Entrance Test to be conducted by the Punjabi University, Patiala.
A candidate is required to qualify in the Entrance Test by securing at least 25% marks.
There will be 100 questions of four (4) marks each.
Paper will be of two hours duration.
There shall be negative marking in the evaluation of questions, i.e. one (1) mark will be deducted for each wrong answer.
There will be only one test centre i.e. PUNJABI UNIVERSITY CAMPUS, PATIALA.

How to Apply:
Offline Mode:
Download the application form from www.armyinstituteoflaw.org and submit it by Speed Post or By Hand at the AIL Counter along with following documents:
(a) Demand Draft of Rs 500/- as prospectus fee in the name of Army Institute of Law payable at Mohali/Chandigarh.
(b) Four copies of passport size photograph. For any problem, help can be taken from the help line Nos. 0172-5095336-338 (202 Extn.) available during working hours (9:00AM to 5:00PM).

Online Mode: For More Details Log on to website: www.armyinstituteoflaw.org


IMPORTANT DATES:

Uploading of Application form Online: 08-Jun-2011

Last date of Submission of Application-cum-Admission Form of AIL and Entrance Test Form of Punjabi University, Patiala 24-Jun-2011 (on line or by post)

  • With Late Fee of Rs 1000/-: 01-Jul-2011
  • With Late Fee of Rs 1500/-: 07-Jul-2011
  • Date of Entrance Test at Punjabi University, Patiala: 08-Jul-2011 (10.00 AM to 12.00 PM)
  • Date of Declaration of Result (Online): 13-Jul-2011
  • Date of Interview: 19-Jul-2011
  • Commencement of classes Intimation later

Note:
1. Entrance Test Form is to be submitted to the Coordinator alongnwith requisite fee through a demand draft in favour of Registrar, Punjabi University, Patiala, Payable at Patiala.
Dr. Ravi Kiran Singh
Professor & Head, Dept. of Law
Punjabi University, Patiala
Phone: 0175 – 3046290

2. The Application-cum-Admission Form is to be submitted in the office at AIL.

Last Date : 24-Jun-2011
Address : Army Institute Of Law, Sector 68, Mohali
Phone Number : 0172 -5039280
Email : info@armyinstituteoflaw.org
Website : www.armyinstituteoflaw.org

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