Average Fees of Top Law Colleges in India

Law aspirants look forward to studying intop law colleges in India for LLB courses. Choosing a college can be a tricky job as it is important to consider the fees as well. So to help you out we list out the top law colleges and their average fees:

  • National Law School of India University, Bangalore

The institute uses CLAT score for admission to its five year B.A LLB course and charges Rs 8.7 lakh as course fee. The government-run institute has almost 100% placement record with 12-15 LPA as average salary packages except who opt for further studies.

  • National Law University, New Delhi

The leading government-run professional institute holds the second-ranking in the best law colleges in India according to 2018. It conducts its own exam AILET for 80 seats in the university. It charges 8 lakh as fees for a five-year course. The university has 100% placement record.

  • National University of Law, Hyderabad 

In the list of premier law colleges in the country, this government college ranks fourthand intakes 120 students every year. It charges 6 lakh for a five-year course Companies like Tata Group take in students,and it has an average package 4.5-9 lakh.

  • WB National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata

The graduate courses for five years charges about Rs 10.8 lakhs as fees. There is 100% placements onthe campus. All students grab a decent job in corporate law firms like Balmer Lawrie, SREI and Infosys with six-digit figure salaries. 

  • National Law University, Jodhpur

The BSc LLB Hons is a five-yearfull-time integrated course in law offered by National Law University uses CLAT score for admission. It charges 8.79 lakh as course fees. It has over 85% placements.

  • National Law Institute University, Bhopal

The university has an intake of 126 students with a fee of Rs 1.71 lakh per year. It has a five-year course and has a trimester system. It has 85% placement with top firms like Khetan, Amarchand, LKS, ICICI, AZB,etc.

  • Dr Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow

Established in 2006, Law University offers fiveyears of integrated law course and charges 1.2 lakhs per annum. It holds the ninth rank in the top law colleges in India.

  • Government Law College, Mumbai

The oldest government-run university in India offers bachelor law degree, postgraduate diploma course in security law, a post-graduate certificate in human rights, intellectual property rights and cyber law. It is the tenth university in top-ranking law college in India. It charges INR 6000-7000 per year. It has 80% placement in firms like AZB, AmarchandMangaldas, and consulting major E&Y.

  • Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law, 

The government operated college offers a three-yearresident program in Bachelor of Law (Hons) – intellectual property law. The test for getting a seat in the university is the LSAT entrance exam. Its fees is Rs 1.5 lakh per year and holdsthe eleventh rank in top-ranking law colleges in India. 

  • Faculty of Law, University of Delhi, Delhi

Set up in 1924, approved by BCI, affiliated with DU, it ranks 12th in the best law colleges in India. It has one of the lowest fee structures in the country. It charges Rs 7500 per year. The admission is through DU LLB exam. 

  • Symbiosis Law School, Pune

It has a three-year course and charges Rs 1.82 lakh per year as a fee. It is one of the best colleges,and the entrance exam conducted by the university is the SET exam.

As admission time approaches, students must check and take note of the admission procedures of various colleges to avoid disappointment at the eleventh hour.

Check out the complete information related to admissions, cutoffs, placements, courses and fees for Best Law Colleges in India at https://www.shiksha.com/law/ranking/top-law-colleges-in-india/56-2-0-0-0

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