The candidate should have passed LL.B. (5 Years Integrated Course) or LL.B. (3 Years Course) with at least 50% Marks from any recognized Board/University.
The Master of Laws Program is offered by the Department of Law to the scholars, who already have a basic law degree, to pursue higher research and training that have strong legal orientation. The objective of the course is to enrich existing academic programs and the broadening of knowledge through functional ethical researchers that will contribute to national and international legal development.