K.C.L Institute of Laws for Women Jalandhar, in Punjab, admits students to its undergraduate courses in legal studies.

K.C.L Institute of Laws for Women

K.C.L Institute of Laws, which is located in Jalandhar (Punjab), is managed and run by Khalsa College Lyallpur Education Charitable Trust. The institute came into existence in 2005. The college is affiliated to Gurunanak Dev University, Amritsar. K.C.L Institute of Laws is approved by Bar Council of India (BCI), Government of India, New Delhi. Under the approval, law institute conducts undergraduate programs in the field of law - Bachelor of Laws (LLB), which is a three year course and B.A. LL.B, a five-year integrated program. For the all round development of its students, K.C.L Institute of Laws for Womenprovides ample modern facilities to them.

Affiliated to: Guru Nanak Dev University


  • Bachelor of Laws (LLB) (3 years)

  • B.A. LL.B

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

The candidates need to have passed in 10+2 examination with minimum 50% marks in any stream, from any recognized state/national Board.
Admission Procedure:

Aspirants are short listed through Common Entrance Test - Law (CET-LAW), which is conducted by the University.

Entrance Test: Punjab CET Law Exam

The selection procedure is based on Punjab CET-LAW entrance test, which is conducted by the University.
  • Class rooms
  • Library
  • Gymnasium
  • Hostel
  • Playgrounds
  • Seminar hall
  • Auditorium


Contact Address:
K.C.L Institute of Laws for Women
Cantt Road
Jalandhar - 144 004, Punjab
Phone: +91-181-5041222
Email: kclinstituteoflaws@rediffmail.com
Website: http://www.kclinstlaw.com

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