Alliance University Bangalore Invites Applications for Integrated B.A-LL.B (Hons) Program

Published On: 03 Jul 2012

 | Last Updated On: 20 Aug 2012

Applications are invited by Alliance University, Bangalore for admission to five year integrated Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Law (B.A LL.B) (Honors) program, offered at the Alliance College of Law, Alliance University for the commencing session 2012-13.

Eligibility Criteria for Alliance University

Bachelor’s degree or equivalent examination from any recognized board or university with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate (45% for SC/ST candidates). The maximum age limit for candidates is 20 years as on July 1, 2012 (22 years for SC/ST candidates).

For details and information on the eligibility criteria, please visit their official website.

How to Apply for Alliance University

The application form and prospectus for the Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Law (Honors) can be obtained from the Office of Admissions on payment of Rs.1,000/- (rupees one thousand only) in cash or through demand draft drawn in favor of "Alliance College of Law" payable at Bangalore.

For details on the application procedure, please visit their official website.

Selection Procedure for Alliance University

Admission selection process:

  • A high score in CLAT/LSAT/ACLAT*
  • Personal interview

The Alliance College of Law, Alliance University also uses other parameters such as scholastic and extracurricular record for admission. The final selection of the candidate will be based on the overall performance in the admission selection process.

* ACLAT - Alliance College of Law Admission Test.

For details on the selection procedure, please visit their official website.

Important Dates

Last date for submitting completed application forms: Saturday, August 25, 2012.

For more information on college and courses, please click Alliance University Bangalore

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