The admission of applicants will, however, remain provisional
until final mark-sheets establishing their eligibility are submitted.
The last date for submitting the proof of Class XII (or equivalent) mark-sheet is September 17, 2020, failing which the provisional admission will automatically stand cancelled.
Applicants should not be more than 20 years of age as on the day of commencement of the Semester I i.e., July 18, 2020. However, the changes
if any made to age limit by the BCI from time to time will be followed. Date of birth as recorded in the Secondary School Certificate will be taken as
Admission Procedure for BBA-LLB (Hons.)
and BA-LLB (Hons.)
Admission Procedure for applicants applying based on ILSAT 2020
Applicants seeking admission into the BBA-LLB (Hons.) and
BA-LLB (Hons.) programs need to appear and achieve the
score in the ‘ICFAI Law School Admission Test’ (ILSAT 2020),
conducted by The ICFAI Foundation for Higher Education
(IFHE), Hyderabad. For details please refer the information in
Last Date for Application:
The last date for submission of Application Form for ILSAT 2020 is April 20, 2020.
ILSAT 2020 Schedule
|Test Date||Test Timings|
|May 02 2020||10-00 am - 12-00 noon|
|Total Marks: 125 marks|
|Section A||English||25 questions|
|Section B||Logical Reasoning||25 questions|
|Section C||Legal Reasoning||25 questions|
|Section D||GK / Current Affairs||25 questions|
|Section E||Analytical Reasoning||25 questions|
|Each question carries one mark|
Applicant have to appear for ILSAT 2020 at the test centre selected / specified on the Admit Card. Computer experience or typing skills are not required to take the test. ILSAT 2020 is a self-directed Computer Based Test. Please note that the applicant must arrive 45 minutes before the scheduled time of the test to sign-in and for staff to verify the identification and documentation.
Applicants need to bring the following items to the test centre:
1. Admit Card: Applicants must bring the Admit Card to the test centre. Applicants will not be allowed to appear for the test without the Admit Card.
2. Required Identifi cation: Applicant must present the original and valid (non-expired) form of photo identifi cation before appearing for the test. The name on the photo identifi cation must match with the name as entered in the ILSAT 2020 registration.
Acceptable forms of photo identifi cation are limited to: Passport; Aadhaar Card; College ID or a notarized Affi davit with photo, signature, date of birth and residential address. Photocopies of the original are not acceptable.
Note: Applicants are not allowed to appear for ILSAT 2020 without submitting appropriate photo identifi cation.
|Chandigarh||Patna||Delhi - Gurgaon||Raipur|
The ICFAI Law School Admission Test (ILSAT 2020) will be conducted at following test centres in India. The applicants can choose any one of the test centres available for ILSAT 2020*For latest update on test centres please visit www.ifheindia.org/fol
Model Test Papers:
The applicant may download two ILSAT 2020 model test papers from website for practice purpose. However the test pattern may be modifi ed without any notifi cation to the applicant.
The following are the admission modalities for admission into one year LLM Program in Corporate & Commercial Laws, Tax Laws and Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR) offered in semester mode.
The applicants desirous to join the LLM Program should have obtained the Graduation in Five Year / Three Year Law (BA-LLB / BBA-LLB / LLB) or any equivalent degree in Law with a minimum of 50% marks or equivalent grade.
Eligible applicants are required to apply for the program in the enclosed application form.
The following are the admission modalities for admission into Ph.D (full-time and part-time) offered by ICFAI Law School of the ICFAI Foundation for Higher Education (IFHE), Hyderabad.
Candidates registered for full time research shall work and conduct research on a full time basis under a recognized research supervisor. The duration of Ph.D. course for a full time research scholar is four (4) years from the date of admission. Full time Ph.D. scholars will be provided hostel accommodation as per the terms of the University.
Candidates registered as part time research scholars shall work and conduct research for four (4) years under a recognized supervisor. Candidates seeking admission as part time research scholars have to submit no objection certificate from the employer to pursue Ph.D. Course and for attending classes of Ph.D. course work conducted in two spells in the first two years of the program during summer term.
A candidate is eligible for admission into Ph.D. program,
if he/she obtained not less than 55% marks at the Post
Graduate Degree in Law in regular study mode from a
recognized University and Ph.D Eligibility Test.
The following applicants who satisfy the eligibility criteria are eligible for admission into part time Ph.D. Program:
Admission into Ph.D. full time/ part time program in Law
shall be through an entrance test (Ph.D Eligibility Test)
followed by Ph.D. admission interview. All the candidates
who satisfy the eligibility criteria shall appear for the
Ph.D. eligibility test. The candidates who are qualified
in UGC/JRF examination/NET/SLET are exempted from
appearing Ph.D. eligibility test.
The eligibility test is of objective type with multiple choice questions covering the subjects of Constitutional Law, Indian Penal Code, Law of Torts, Corporate Law, Labour Law and Jurisprudence. Syllabus for eligibility test on the above subjects will be given along with the application form. Duration of the test is of 2 hours. The minimum marks for qualifying the Ph.D. eligibility test shall be 50%.
Candidates who have qualified in the Ph.D. eligibility test shall be called for Ph.D. Admission Interview. After the Ph.D. Admission Interview the list of eligible candidates for registration for full time and part time Ph.D. program will be finalized.