Indian institute of common admission (ILI CAT) is conducted by Indian law institute, which is a deemed university. The entrance exam was conducted for the admission process of the law institute for post graduate level program in the field of masters of law.
Indian Law Institute Common Admission Test (ILICAT) is conducted by Indian Law Institute, New Delhi for the admission process of LLM program. The entrance exam is conducted for the various programs including 2 year LLM program. The alumni of the university are located on country’s highest post of Supreme Court and high courts.
Indian Law Institute Common Admission Test (ILICAT)
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For the foreign student they must possess a degree of law with aggregate marks of 50% or equivalent grade.
· The applicants who all are appearing in the final year exams of LLB can also apply for the entrance exam but all the proofs will be needed at the time of admission.
· If the result of the LLB examination won’t be declared till admission, in that case the admission will be provisional and will be confirmed when the result get declared.
· The admission will be revoked if any student fails to submit his/her original proofs.
· ST/SC applicants have 5% relaxation on the minimum required.
The ILLCAT exam is categories into 3 parts which are as follows:
· The part 1 of the entrance exam will be carrying 40 multiple choice questions related to English and general language.
· In the part 2 of the examination there will be 100 multiple choice questions covering the following area. Jurisprudence, constitutional law, IPC, public international law, commercial law, law of trots, law of limitation and environmental law.
· Part 3 of the examination will contain 4 subjective type questions which have to answer in not more than 150 words to examine the legal writing skills.
· Contact address : Indian Law Institute, Bhagwan Dass Road, New Delhi 110001
· Contact details : 23387526, 23382190 ; Fax : 23386321
· Email : email@example.com