Eligibility For ILI CAT

Eligibility for ILI CAT

The students, who are seeking their admission in postgraduate level programme in law at Indian Law Institute (ILI), have to appear for ILI CAT exam. This entrance exam is conducted by Indian Law Institute, which is a deemed university. The University conducts this entrance test only in its campus. Final selection of the candidates is determined by their ranks in this written test and performance in Viva-Voce.

The eligibility criteria regularized by the Indian Law Institute are given in following lines:
  • The candidates must be Indian citizens.
  • The candidates should have done Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree recognized by Bar Council of India (BCI).
  • The candidates are required to have passed the qualifying examination (at the graduation level), with not less than 50% marks in aggregate.
  • Students appearing for final year examination or those who are waiting for results are also eligible to apply for this competitive entrance test.
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