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    Which are the best law schools in India?

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    Re: Law schools in India

    There are many reputed law schools in India and some amongst them are
    National Law School of India University, Bangalore , NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad
    The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata , College of Legal Studies (UPES-Dehradun) NLU, Delhi , Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar ,Symbiosis Law School, Pune etc. Most os law schools accepts CLAT score for admisison but some conducts their own entrance exams as well apart from CLAT criteria. Like UPES conducts ULSAT test.

    All are good but if you are looking for integrated llb programs then give UPES preference as its the best when it comes to integrated llb. Admissions notification is already out by UPES so apply at the earliest. Good luck


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      Re: Law schools in India

      Which are the colleges offering BBA LLB?


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        Re: Law schools in India

        BBA LLB course is an Integrated undergraduate degrees .These degrees are mostly offered in the autonomous law schools having a duration of five years. Among them are Amity Law School, Christ College of Law, Bharati Vidyapeeth's New Law College, Faculty of Law, BHU, UPES University, Government Law College (Mumbai), ILS Law College (Pune). Universities either accept the entrance exam score of AILET, CLAT, LSAT or conduct their independent tests. Like UPES conducts their entrance test UL-SAT and also accepts the score of CLAT and LSAT.


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