- Name of the InstitutionArmy Institute of Law
- Type of InstitutionLaw college
- OwnershipPrivate (Army Welfare Education Society)
- Accreditation/ affiliationPunjabi University; Bar Council of India approved?
- Courses OfferedB.A. LLB, L.L.M.
- Departments/ BranchesLaw
- Admission ProcedureApplication form and prospectus can be downloaded from the institute website or obtained from the institute’s admission office; admission process occurs in the month of June for both L.L.B and L.L.M.
- Campus PlacementsActive placement cell
- ScholarshipsAwarded to the student who top the entrance exam and who scores the highest in the first 3 years of the L.L.B course – Abhimanyu Scholarship;
Other scholarships include Tata Memorial Scholarship and Vaish Associates’ Scholarship
- Fee StructureINR 1.2 to 1.7 lakhs (for the year 2011-12 during admission)
- Syllabi/ CurriculumSemester system (10 semesters in total)
- Examinations & ResultsFor B.A. L.L.B.: All India Entrance exam is held in 16 centres in the country in the month of July
For L.L.M.: Entrance exam is conducted by the university in the month of July (separate date from the L.L.B. entrance)
- Eligibility CriteriaFor B.A. L.L.B.: At least 40% marks in the higher secondary examination from a recognized board; Students who had to sit for a compartment are not eligible; Maximum age limit is 20 years
For L.L.M.: At least 55% marks in L.L.B. of 3 or 4 years
- Established in the Year :1999
- Facts & Figures :L.L.M. course began from the academic year 2011-12 and follows the curriculum outlined by the University of Punjab
- Events : Moot Court competitions, Seminars, Sports, Dramatics
Established in the year 1999, the Army Institute of Law was founded by the Army Welfare Education Society. This Mohali law school offers 5 year undergraduate and 2 year postgraduate degrees to the children of the Army personnel, including war widows, adopted children and other defense personnel, and even civilians (each have a quota). The courses offered are recognized by the Punjab University and also approved by the Bar Council of India. Along with theoretical knowledge, practical learning is given equal importance. Moot court competitions, high court and lok adalat visits are integral parts of the course. Students studying in this institute do not need to sign a bond for serving in the army after their course completion. The institute, in fact, provides placement and judicial service training and most of the students after passing out with a degree get placed in different sectors such as corporate firms, courts, prosecution departments, and advocate chambers.
Admission to this institution is based on the scores from the entrance tests. Students will need to apply for the entrance test through the college (for undergraduate course) and the university (for the postgraduate course). The intake capacity is 80 for B.A. L.L.B. and 15 for L.L.M. Students who are selected, need to stay in the hostels located inside the college campus.