Master Degree in Law

Master Degree in Law


Bachelor’s Degree in Law, from any recognized University/Institution with minimum 50% marks in aggregate or equivalent grade (5% relaxation to SC/ST/OBC – Non Creamy Layer)

*As per Supreme Court Interim Order there is no maximum age limit in LLM


Based on overall performance in last examination followed by Personal Interview.


Registration & Admission Fees ( To Be Paid Once Only )
a Prospectus & Form 1000.00
b Registration (To be paid during admission for all courses except for Certificate & Diploma Courses) 20000.00
c Admission Fee 5000.00
d Caution Money Deposit(Common for all streams) - Refundable 5000.00
Tuition Fees
Semester wise Payment 46500.00
Yearly Payment 90000.00
One Time Payment for Full Course NA

Programme Overview:

This course can be pursued only by those who have successfully completed their under graduation in law i.e. LL.B. Those who wish to acquire in-depth knowledge in law can opt for the course.
A Master’s degree in law (LL.M) in India is basically aimed at specializing in particular areas of law. Traditionally, the most popular areas of specialization in Master’s degree in law in India have been constitutional law, family law and taxation law.

Career Opportunities:

Master of Laws (LL.M) degree has several opportunities in various undertakings in the Government Sector & Private Sector. There are various specializations that can be pursued through an LL.M course. The work profiles may vary according to the chosen specialization. They have various roles to play in several courts throughout the country where they use their talents to handle legal issues. An LL.M degree holder can work as Advocates, Public Prosecutor, Solicitor, Notary, Magistrate, District and Sessions Judge, Legal Advisor, Trustees, Law Reporters, Legal Experts, Legal Manager, Law Officer, Legal Head, Legal Counsel, Legal Assistant, etc.

Course Structure updated as submitted by School