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10 Best Government & Private Law Colleges In India (2019)

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Looking around for the right college is quite a hassle, isn’t it? Here is a list covering the important aspects, which will help you choose the right one for your career.
Note: They are in no particular order and the fees mentioned are only valid till completion of first year.

Here’s The List of Top 10 Government And Private Law Colleges In India:

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Government Colleges

1. National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bangalore National Law School

Located in Karnataka, this establishment is one of the most sought after Law Colleges in India, with a ranking of No.1 in India Today. It has highly experienced and cooperative faculty members who follow the Socratic method of teaching.

It has records of 100% placement with the average package being 12 to 16 LPA. Its Wi-Fi enabled campus and the fact that this college plays host to several MUNs, moot courts and parliamentary debates adds to its attractiveness.

  • Qualifying test: CLAT
  • Tuition Fees (UG): 80,000 INR per annum
  • NAAC Accreditation: A+

2. National Academy of Legal Studies and Research (NALSAR), Hyderabad

Boasting impressive alumni, this institute has a commendable infrastructure with a lush green campus. Placements have been satisfactory in the last few years. The quality of faculty ranges from reasonably decent to world class according to the current students.

It also hosts one of the biggest moot courts of the country and a well renowned inter-varsity debate competition known as NALSAR IV. The students are offered ample opportunities in the area of sports and other extra co-curricular activities.

  • Qualifying test: CLAT
  • Tuition Fees (UG): 118,000 INR per annum
  • NAAC Accreditation: A

3. West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences( WB NUJS), Kolkata nujs

Present in the City of Joy in India, this institution has been ranked second by India Today. The placement trends are reported to be quite decent with packages varying from 6 to 50 LPA, the average being 12 to 16 LPA.

The infrastructure is decent, but can use a bit of improvement. Competent teachers, expansive library and frequent usage of smart class rooms are some of the advantages of picking NUJS. Several fests and sports activities are arranged to engage students throughout the year.

  • Qualifying test: CLAT
  • Tuition Fees (UG): 280,000 INR per annum

4. Faculty of Law, Banaras Hindu University( BHU) Faculty of Law, Banaras Hindu University

A part of the renowned BHU, this establishment has an expansive infrastructure stretching over 1300 acres. With faculty members from NALSAR and NLSIU, the quality of teaching is quite decent.

The first batch of B.A.LLb students are yet to graduate, so the placement scenario is unclear as of now, but it should not pose a problem considering the reputation of this college and other factors. It has been ranked 5 in the list made by India Today.

  • Qualifying test: BHU Undergraduate Entrance Test
  • Tuition Fees (UG): 60,000 INR per annum

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5. Faculty of Law, Delhi University (DU)Faculty of Law, Delhi University (DU)

Having a notable group of alumni, the faculty of law has improved with years. The infrastructure has undergone major changes in the recent years. It provides a relaxed environment for learning and encourages students to engage in moot courts and legal aids.

The teachers are excellent at their fields and the placements have been gradually improving from the last few years. The morning and the evening batches cater to students with different needs.

  • Qualifying test: DU LLb Entrance Exam
  • Tuition Fees (UG): 42,500 INR per semester

Private Colleges

6. Symbiosis Law School(SLS), Pune Symbiosis Law School(SLS)

With a rank of number 3 in India Today, this institute has a relatively small campus with decent architecture. It offers a diverse crowd. The teachers are competent, and maintain a tight curriculum.

It has a good record of placements so far, with packages till 15 LPA. The college also offers various scholarships. Ample scope is provided for sports and cultural activities.

  • Qualifying test: Symbiosis Entrance Test (SET)
  • Tuition Fees (UG): 235,000 INR per annum
  • NAAC Accreditation: A

7. Indian Law Society’s Law College(ILS), Pune Indian Law Society’s Law College(ILS)

Situated right at the heart of the city, ILS has a huge campus full of greenery. The teachers here are reliable and experienced. It has been ranked number four by India Today.

The record of placements is decent enough with packages ranging up to 22 LPA.

  • Qualifying test: MAH-CET
  • Tuition Fees (UG): 1, 11,900 INR per annum
  • NAAC Accreditation: A+

8. Amity Law School, Delhi

A part of the chain of Amity University, this institute has commendable infrastructure. The faculty here ranges from good to excellent. The placement trend however has space for improvisation. AC class rooms, Wi-Fi enabled campus, arcade area, courts for sports and swimming pools are some attractive perks of this college. It has been ranked 6th in the article of India Today.

  • Qualifying test: IPU CET, AMITY written exam and interviews
  • Tuition Fees (UG): 71,200 per annum

9. School of Law, Christ University, Bangalore

A part of the renowned Christ University, the school of law here ranks 10th as per India Today.

It has strict curriculum and a much disciplined campus. Students are encouraged and they excel at moot courts and other related activities. Campus provides ample exposure to scholars.

  • Qualifying test: Christ University Entrance Test
  • Tuition Fees (UG): 1,81,500 per annum
  • NAAC Accreditation: A

10. Bharati Vidyapeeth New Law College, Pune

With a rank of 9th by India Today, the college has a decent infrastructure. The faculty here are experienced and good at their job. The college provides an array of opportunities when it comes to extra co curricular activities.

However, the placement trends have been less than satisfactory in the recent years.

  • Qualifying test: CET
  • Tuition Fees (UG): 75,000 per annum
  • NAAC Accreditation: A
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