Admission test to law colleges confirmed for May
LSAT-India is conducted by the USA-based non-profit organisation Law School Admission Council (LSAC) for admission to law schools in India. Over 50 institutes in the country will be accepting LSAT scores for admission to their law programmes for the academic year beginning 2014. Candidates who fulfil the requirements of LSAT-India scores can apply to law schools for admission to the 3 year Bachelor of Law (LLB) programme, the 2 year Master of Law (LLM) programme or the 5 year integrated LLB programme.
Eligibility to the LLB programme in India requires the candidate to be a graduate from any recognised university while admission to the 5 year integrated LLB programme can be sought by anyone who has completed their education till the levels of 10+2 in any stream. Those applying for the LLM programme should have completed either LLB or the integrated LLB.
The following are the important dates pertaining to LSAT- India 2014:
Last date of online registration: April 30
Last date of Demand Draft payment: April 28
Admit Card Release: May 8
LSAT-India 2014 (Test Date): May 18
Announcement of result: June 14