THE PURPOSE OF
ALL LAW IS
JUSTICE

-- Franz Rudolf Von Weiss

LAW IS EXPERIENCE DEVELOPED BY REASON AND
APPLIED CONTINUALLY TO FURTHER EXPERIENCE

-- Rosco Pound

Admission Open
2016

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LL.B.- Bachelor of Laws


IAMR LAW College , offering 3 years Graduate Degree conferring to the title of LL.B.(Bachelor of Laws), if Affiliated to CCS University and Approved by BCI (Bar Council of India)

The program of study for the common Law LL.B. is a Bachelor Degree. To get Admission in LL.B. one should have Bachelor degree in any Discipline. The Common Law program is three years in length. Upon graduation, one holds a Bachelor of Law degree, but cannot yet wishing a become Professors instead of Lawyer often obtain a more advanced academic degree, such as Master of law (LL.M.) or Doctor of Laws.

IAMR LAW College is established to produce professional lawyer in multidisciplinary legal forms. IAMR LAW College empowers its students with knowledge, skills and vision to meet the challenges and opportunities of a rapidly changing world. Students are given exposure to new ideas, international perspectives and innovative teaching in an encouraging and open academic environment.

Eligibility

Bachelor Degree in any discipline with 45% marks(40% marks for SC/ST) from a recognized university.

Admission Procedure

Eligible candidate may obtain the form from college or can also download it from the website www.iamrlawcollege.com and send it at college address 9th Km. Stone, Delhi-Meerut Road, Ghaziabad, U.P. with DD of Rs. 1000/- in favour of IAMR Law College, Ghaziabad, U.P.

The candidate are required to submit original certificate at the time of admission and two sets of self attested photo copies of following documents / certificates:-

Check List of Documents Required for Admission for LL. b.

  • 10th mark sheet and certificate
  • 12th mark sheet and certificate
  • Transfer certificate.
  • Character certificate.
  • Migration certificate.
  • Caste certificate.
  • Domicile certificate.
  • ID proof.
  • Six photographs.


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