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National Law School of India University (NLSIU)

Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
4,028
906
CLAT (Entrance exam accepted)
Courses
#1
Fees / Year
₹86,000
Scholarships
#24
Ranking
#1 India Today 2017

NALSAR University of Law

Hyderabad, Telangana, India
3,145
684
CLAT (Entrance exam accepted)
Courses
#1
Fees / Year
₹1,00,000
Scholarships
#24
Ranking
#3 India Today 2016

Faculty of Law, Delhi University

Delhi, Delhi, India
5,781
511
Common Entrance Test (CET), Admission Based on Cut Offs (Entrance exam accepted)
Courses
#1
Fees / Year
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Scholarships
#23
Ranking
#2 India Today 2016

WB National University of Juridical Sciences (NUJS)

Kolkata, West Bengal, India
2,182
284
CLAT (Entrance exam accepted)
Courses
#2
Fees / Year
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Scholarships
#24
Ranking
#3 Outlook 2015

National Law Institute University (NLIU)

Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India
2,848
401
CLAT (Entrance exam accepted)
Courses
#1
Fees / Year
₹96,000
Scholarships
#23
Ranking
#4 Outlook 2015

National Law University Jodhpur

Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India
2,671
289
CLAT (Entrance exam accepted)
Courses
#2
Fees / Year
₹2,10,200
Scholarships
#24
Ranking
#10 Univariety 2014

Government Law College

Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
3,326
268
Common Entrance Test (CET), Admission Based on Cut Offs (Entrance exam accepted)
Courses
#2
Fees / Year
₹6,229
Scholarships
#23
Ranking
#15 Outlook 2017

ILS Law College

Pune, Maharashtra, India
3,167
281
Common Entrance Test (CET), Admission Based on Cut Offs (Entrance exam accepted)
Courses
#2
Fees / Year
₹14,445
Scholarships
#23
Ranking
#4 Outlook 2017

Symbiosis Society's Law College

Pune, Maharashtra, India
3,210
464
Admission Based on Cut Offs, SET - Symbiosis (Entrance exam accepted)
Courses
#3
Fees / Year
₹1,36,667
Scholarships
#23
Ranking
#7 India Today 2017

Christ University (Christ College)

Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
24,545
4,064
COMEDK UGET, Common Entrance Test (CET) (Entrance exam accepted)
Courses
#2
Fees / Year
₹92,393
Scholarships
#25
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About law Colleges in india

Univariety brings a list of Top Law Colleges in India for students aspiring to complete a course in the popular field. Admission into law colleges in India is on the basis of rank obtained in various national level, state level and institute specific entrance tests such as Common Law Admission Test (CLAT), The All India Law Entrance Test (AILET), and Symbiosis Entrance Test (SET) etc.

Colleges to look out for:

One of the best law colleges in the country, the National Law School of India University (NLSIU) is located in Bangalore. The college offers BA, LLB (Hons) degree. The college boasts of the best in terms of faculty and infrastructure. Retired Supreme Court judges and senior advocates have offered to share their experience by taking up full time and part-time positions at NLSIU. Admission into the college is based on the performance in CLAT.

The National Academy of Legal Studies and Research (NALSAR) located in Hyderabad is another among the Top Law Colleges in India. The college offers Integrated BA, LLB (Hons) programme. Excellent faculty, exhaustive repertoire of law books at the NALSAR library and great placements are some of the features that makes the college one of the best in the country. Admission to the institute is based on merit rank achieved in the all-India level CLAT.

Some of the other top colleges that take students according to the rank secured in the CLAT examination are West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, National Law University, Jodhpur, National Law Institute University in Bhopal, Gujarat National Law University, National University of Advanced Legal Studies in Ranchi, Hidyathullah National Law University etc.

The National Law University in Delhi is one of the premier law schools in India. The state of the art infrastructure, the young and dynamic faculty coupled with retired experienced professors, and excellent placement opportunities are factors that make this college one of the best. Admission to the institute is based on the scores in the All India Law Entrance Test (AILET).

Other Top Law Colleges in India are Faculty of Law at Aligarh Muslim University, Faculty of Law at Jamia Millia Islamia, and Indian Law Society's Law College in Pune and Government Law College in Mumbai.