ILI CAT – Eligibility Criteria
Candidates who are seeking admission to legal courses must qualify the CAT exam. The admissions to LLM of a two-year course will be made purely on the merit of marks that the candidates have obtained in the Common Admission Test (CAT). Normally, the CAT exam is held in the month of June. After passing the qualifying exam, candidates will be called for the subsequent round, to further the admission procedure. This round would be Viva-Voce which will be conducted by the Institute after CAT exam.
ILI CAT - Eligibility
- The candidates should have passed LL.B. Degree with at least 50 % marks. The LL.B. Degree must be recognized by Bar Council of India as eligible for register as an advocate in India. Or
- The candidates must have a Law Degree from a foreign country with minimum 50 % marks in aggregate or equivalent.
- The candidates who are appearing for the qualifying exam are allowed to take the test. However, their admission will be provisional and subject to producing the required documents at the time of admission to prove that they have met the minimum prescribed qualification.
If a candidate does not get his/her result of qualifying exam if it is not declared before the last date of the admission, then their admission will be provisional. In such cases, they are needed to give an undertaking that he/she is taking provisional admission as at their own responsibility and that they will submit the result of the qualifying exam on or before the date which is given to them by the admission authority. If the candidate fails to submit the final result of qualifying exam in order to prove his/her eligibility on the given date, then their admission will stand to be cancelled and the fee will not be refunded.
For latest information about the exam date, submitting the application form, exam time table, exam center, etc. candidates are advised to visit the institute website www.ilidelhi.org