"The closest you can get to gaining practical knowledge of law"
During my admission, the criteria was the percentage of marks you scored in your previous degree and it varied from year to year. However, now it is as per the marks scored in the entrance examination conducted by the State Government.
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.
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.