No entrance exam. We had to submit our 12th std marksheets and had to have a score of above 70% to make the cut. I opted for ILS, as it is not just ranked as one of the TOP 10 Law schools in India, but I loved the campus and the bonus was that the teachers were lawyers, and brought back first hand experience to our teaching.
ONGC, Desai and Diwanji, Rustomjee & Rustomjee, Price Water House, Reliance, RIM, Krishna and Saurashtri and many more companies came for placements. In our year, there was 65% placements.
I had percentage of 80%. The admission was on the basis of marks obtained in the Board examinations of Class XII (ISC in my case ). Once shortlisted the shortlisted candidates were interviewed by Senior Faculty members. The interview was around the vision the student has for his / her future and why they want to do law.I was selected and joined the college in 2001.
Not everybody opts for placements.At a rough estimate 75% of people appearing for placements were placed. ICICI Bank , Paras Kuhaad Law firm, Majmudar & Co, etc were some of teh Companies that came. As it has been 10 years it is difficult to remember more than this.
College office and management are most helpful to students and are very protective towards them.
I got admited in ILS law college by the marks scored in my graduation. Admission process although highly competitive was made fairly easy by college.
No Entrance test was required then when I had applied in 2009. Admission was on the basis of your 12th grade marks.
Decent if opting for non-law firm optionsVery few law firms visit our college and their criteria is so high that barely 1% would be selected thereout of 12 who had applied during our times some 30-50 people were placed. Highest package was 16 lacs Companies/ Law firms which visited our College during that time Thomas Reuiters, ONGC, Wipro, Mahindra etc.
The college is set around a protect hill which is lush green all year round. The college is very strict about student attendance which essential for becoming a good lawyer. You definitely feel sad while leaving it after graduation.
There is no entrance exam requirement for getting admission in ILS. As per pune university rules it is not required to have a entrance exam. Usually commerce students with above 70% marks and science students with 80% marks can expect to get admission easily. Though percentage criteria changes year on year basis. Further, there are caste reservations as per university guidelines. There are both ba.llb and llb courses at offer at ILS.
There is always no other college better than ILS. College management was very supportive and student friendly. They used to conduct such programs which will be helpful to the students in future life.
I did not take any entrance examination for entering into this college. After passing B.Com, I had decided to pursue LL.B. course and first name came in my mind was ILS Law college. I decided to join this college because this is the most prominent college in India for law degree. It has the biggest and richest library in India. Many famous lawyers and judges including chief justice of India are passed out from this college. I had also heard about the best faculties of this college and campus pl...
This is toughest question to answer, overall if a student has the zeal to do something in the college, he can come here and create wonders. students take care of the college, college hardly involves. there are definitely some problems with the management
There was no entrance exam to get into the college, it was based on the marks we score in our 12th standard. I got 96% in my 12th to secure the seat in this college. The college was one of the top 10 colleges when i was searching for the colleges, and the location(pune) in which it is situated made me choose ILS over others.