Central India College of Law Nagpur, Maharashtra, imparts education at the undergraduate level, in the field of law.

Central India College of Law

Central India College of Law, which was commenced in 2005, is situated in Nagpur, Maharashtra. It is governed and run by Mehmuda Shikshan & Mahila Gramin Vikas Bahuddeshiya Sanstha. The law college is affiliated to Rashtra sant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University, Nagpur. Central India College of Law is approved by Bar Council of India (BCI), Government of India, New Delhi. The educational institution offers undergraduate programs in the field of law. The course - Bachelor of Laws (LLB) – is offered for both three and five years. Central India College of Law consists of all the basic amenities required for the smooth conduct of the courses.

Affiliated to: Nagpur University


  • Bachelor of Laws (LLB) (3 years)

  • Bachelor of Laws (LLB) (5 years)

The candidates must have completed graduation with minimum 45% marks in any stream, from any recognized University.

Higher Secondary Certificate Examination or 10+2 must be cleared by the candidates with at least 45% marks in any discipline, from any recognized state/national Board.
Admission Procedure:

To select candidates for LLB program, the University prepares a merit list determined by candidates' marks at the graduation level.

Aspirants are selected through their marks in the qualifying examination. Admissions are done according to the norms of the University.
  • Moot court room
  • Well made class rooms
  • Library with reading room
  • Computer labs
  • Extra curricular activities
  • Lecture hall

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