The Indian Law Institute, a premier Institute for Legal Research and Education invites applications for admission to the Ph.D. Programme in Law.
There shall be a written test of three hours duration for the candidates who have Not qualified UGC NET/JRF, SLET & M.Phil. The written test shall consists of two papers:
Part I Legal Research Methodology – 50 Marks (Subjective Type) Five questions to be answered out of eight
Part II On Core subjects – 50 Marks (Subjective Type) Five questions to be answered in not more than 150 words from Subjects (i) Jurisprudence, (ii) Constitutional Law, (iii) IPC, (iv) Commercial Laws (Contract, Partnership & Sale of Goods) & (v) Environmental Law
To be admitted to the candidature for a Doctoral degree an applicant shall have:
i. Obtained a Master’s Degree in law of any recognised university securing not less than 55% marks or its equivalent.
ii. For applicant belonging to SC/ST category and/or physically handicapped applicants, a relaxation of 5% in marks shall be admissible.
iii. Teachers working in any University or its affiliated colleges and having a teaching/research/other relevant experience of not less than 5 years may be allowed a relaxation of 5% marks.
Provided that out of the two relaxations as stipulated above, only one relaxation is permissible for an applicant.
Procedure for Admission:
a. The admission shall be through a written test to be conducted by the Institute on 10th December, 2011 at 2 p.m. in the Indian Law Institute, New Delhi.
b. The candidates who have qualified for UGC NET/ JRF, SLET, and M. Phil are exempted from taking the admission test.
c. All qualified candidates shall make a presentation before the Admission Committee on the proposed topic of research on a date notified by the Institute.
The Number of seats for Ph.D. will depend on the availability of suitable candidates but it will not exceed 5 students in an academic year.