Faculty of Law, University of Delhi, Delhi
The Faculty of Law, University of Delhi came into existence in the year of 1924. It is a constitute unit of the University of Delhi which is approved by University Grants Commission (UGC). It was started with the two-year LL.B course which was later converted to three-year (six semesters) programme.
The campus is located at Chhatra Marg, University of Delhi, Delhi. The campus has globally remarked infrastructure. The campus is well-connected with the all modes of transportation.
This university houses total thirteen well-equipped hostels for girls as well as boy students. The library is fully stocked with the vast collection of books, law reports, national & international journals, etc. All the classrooms are spacious and fully equipped with the audio-video teaching equipments to provide better support in learning. It houses an advanced computer centre which is equipped with latest configuration PCs, internet connectivity, etc. Other facilities are sports facilities, transportation and medical facilities, well-maintained cafeteria, etc.
Faculty of Law, University of Delhi gives admission to students in UG and PG law courses. The duration of LLB course is three years and LLM course duration is two years. Admission into these law courses will be done according to the merit list. The merit list will be prepared on the basis of entrance test. For admission in LLB course, students must have completed the graduation degree in any discipline from any recognized university. For admission in two-year LLM course, candidates should have a three-year/five-year LLB degree from any recognized university.
- LLB (Bachelor of Laws) – Three years
- LLM (Master of Laws)
This university has a training and placement cell which helps student and train them for interview process. The TP cell organizes various placements related activities like campus interviews, GD (group discussions), personal interviews, etc. Many students got placement opportunities by corporate houses & multinational companies, LPOs, KPOs, NGOs, leading law firms, etc.