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Indian Law Institute (ILI) Ph.D. Admissions 2019: Courses, Application Process, Placement, Fees

Updated On - March 30th 2019

Indian Law Institute is a deemed university which was established in 1956 primarily with the objective of promoting and conducting legal research. The Institute is an autonomous body registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 and subscribes to 270 current legal periodicals. In 2005, the university enrolled its first batch of L.L.M and Ph.D. program.

Indian Law Institute offers the following research course to its students every year: Read moreILI Admission 2019

    • Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) – (5 years)

    Candidates can get admission to the above mentioned research courses on the basis of their performance in the entrance test, conducted by the university.

    Candidates can register themselves to the above mentioned research course by submitting duly filled-in applications along with the enrolment fee of amount Rs. 2000/- through the available payment modes. Foreign or NRI candidates can register themselves to the above mentioned courses by submitting the admission fee of amount $100.

    • Mode of Application

      Online & Offline Both


      02nd May, 2019 - 09th Jun, 2019

    Important Dates

    M.Phil/Ph.D in Law
    Application forms available from 02nd May - 02nd Jun , 2019
    Date of Entrance Examination 09th Jun, 2019


    M.Phil/Ph.D in Law

    • Candidate must possess L.L.M degree from this university or any other recognized university with minimum 55% of marks.
    • Candidate must have to submit the brief research plan for admission.
    • 5% relaxation in marks will be given to candidates belong to SC/ST category and 5% relaxation in marks will be given to physically handicapped candidates.
    • 10% relaxation in marks will be given to Kashmiri migrant candidates.
    • Candidate must be physically and mentally fit for admission to Ph.D course.

    How To Apply

    M.Phil/Ph.D in Law

    • Candidates can downlaod the application form available at the university website and submit them upon completion along with the processing fee of amount Rs. 3000/- through Net banking/Debit/Credit card and Demand Draft.
    • Candidates can also purchase the application form from the university admission counter upon paying INR 1000. At the time of submission of such applications, candidate has to pay Rs. 2000/- towards processing fee
    • Candidate can also obtain the prospectus along with the application form by Registered Book Post/Courier by sending a request letter along with Rs. 1100/- through DD drawn in favour of Indian Law Institute and payable at New Delhi. The envelope of the letter requesting for the Prospectus must be super-scribed at the left top corner as “REQUEST FOR PROSPECTUS”
    • Foreign candidate or NRI’s can register themselves to the above mentioned research courses by submitting the admission fee of amount $100.
    • Candidate can submit completed applications either online or in person or by Registered Post/ Speed Post/ Courier/ Messenger along with the enclosures at the following address:

    The Registrar

    Indian Law Institute

    Bhagwan Das Road

    New Delhi 110 001


    1. Caste certificate
    2. Physically handicapped certificate
    3. Statement of purpose form
    4. Residential certificate for J& K candiates.

    Admission Process

    M.Phil/Ph.D in Law

    • Selection of the candidate to the above mentioned research courses is done on the basis of entrance test, conducted by the university.
    • Candidates will be called for Presentation of their Research Proposal and Interview according to the marks secured in the university entrance test.


    2 seats in each programme will be reserved for the candidates belong to Jammu & Kashmir state.

    Percentage of seats reserved for different categories are as following:

    CategoryPercentage of seats reserved

    Schedule caste


    Schedule tribes

    7½ %



    Physically Handicapped


    *The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College



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