LSAT India Participating Institutes 2017


LSAT India Participating Institutes 2017LSAT India Participating Institutes 2017 – The LSAT India 2017 result has been announced on June 8, 2017. The entrance test was held on May 21, 2017 in paper and pencil mode. This year a total of 82 Law Schools will be accepting the LSAT India 2017 scores. The candidates are required to apply separately to these law schools.Also, the eligibility norms can vary with the Institute. The LSAT India participating institutes will release their individual cutoff scores and will invite the candidates for the counselling rounds. LSAT scores are accepted by many of the top law schools in the country. Learn more about the LSAT India Participating Institutes 2017 from the article below.

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List of LSAT India Participating Institutes 2017

According to the official LSAT notification, there are more than 82 law schools that will accept the LSAT India 2017 scores. The candidates can apply separately for these associated colleges, however, the LSAT-India scores will be given to all the associated colleges. To apply for these colleges, the candidates can visit the official websites of the colleges and apply through the LSAT India 2017 Registration Number. Check the list of few of the Law Schools that will be accepting the LSAT India 2017 score from the table below –

Name of the Institute Affiliated University State
Alliance School of Law Alliance University Karnataka
Auro University School of Law Auro University Gujarat
Central India College of Law RTM, Nagpur University Maharashtra
College of Legal Studies University of Petroleum and Energy Studies Uttarakhand
Faculty of Law ICFAI University Uttarakhand
GD Goenka University School of Law GD Goenka University Haryana
G.H. Raisoni Law School RTM Nagpur University Maharashtra
NCU Law School NorthCap University Haryana
JSS Law College Autonomous Under Karnataka State Law University Karnataka
K.R. Mangalam University K.R. Mangalam University Haryana
KLE Society’s Law College Karnataka State Law University Karnataka
MATS Law School MATS University Raipur Chhattisgarh
O P Jindal Global University O P Jindal Global University O P Jindal Global University
Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law IIT Kharagpur & Bar Council of India West Bengal
School of Law Gitam University Andhra Pradesh
School of Law Noida International School Uttar Pradesh
School of Law Ansal University Haryana
School of Law Sharda university Uttar Pradesh
VIT Law School VIT University & approved by Bar Council of India Tamil Nadu
School of Law Galgotias University Uttar Pradesh
Chotanagpur Law College Ranchi University Jharkhand
Faculty of Law ICFAI University, Jaipur Rajasthan
Faculty of Law ICFAI University Telangana
The ICFAI Law School The ICFAI Foundation for Higher Education Sikkim
Faculty of Law SGT University Delhi, NCR
Faculty of Law SRM University Haryana
Raffles School of Law Raffles University Rajasthan
IFIM Law College Bangalore University Karnataka
Lovely Professional University Lovely Professional University Punjab
Saveetha College Of Law Saveetha University Tamil Nadu
Indore Institute of Law Devi Ahilya University Madhya Pradesh

With the release of the LSAT India result, the participating law colleges will be releasing the cutoff marks. The cutoff scores are the minimum required marks that the candidates must score to be eligible for the pre-admission rounds. The shortlisted candidates are required to appear for the counselling rounds of these Institutes.

Bitupan Boruah

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