Constituent of VIT University & approved by Bar Council of India
VIT is one of the foremost universities in India which imparts futuristic higher education and instills higher patterns of discipline through dedicated and qualified staff, thereby setting global standards in the field of education. VIT had carved a niche for itself by providing world class education, excellent infrstructural facilities and by innovating methods in imparting teaching to students. It has introduced myriad co-curricular and extracurricular activities so as to encourage students to excel in various aspects.
VIT University, Chennai campus aspires to bring in high standards in imparting legal education and to produce students who will excel in their fields. VIT Law School has been approved by the Bar Council of India.
The B.A., LLB (Hons.) programme of VIT Law School offers the students to have a double degree consisting of B.A. and LL. B (Hons). The twelve varied non law subjects from Political Science, Economics, Sociology, History and Psychology which form part of the B A Degree will be completed within the period of the first three years in addition to functional and legal English as the mandatory component. Instead of offering general Honours, the B.A., LL.B (Hons) programmes of VIT La School offers specialized Honours in different objects from the 7th semester onwards. Choice is available to the students to select any one of the Honours group with minimum number of eight papers under the concerned group. The student who eventually finishes the course will be rewarded the degree of B.A. LLB (Hons). The mark lists from the VII semester indicates his/her area of specialization. For e.g., if a student chooses Corporate Law as his/her specialization group, he/she will have to opt a minimum 8 subjects in Corporate Law as his/her specialization group, he/she will have to opt a minimum of 8 subjects in Corporate Law which will be taught from the 7th to 10th semesters. This will help students to have profound knowledge in a particular branch of law in juxtaposition with mastering of other law subjects.
The applicant should have completed plus two or equivalent from any recognized Board with a minimum of 60% marks.
The admission procedure is based on high scores in LSAT—India, group discussion and an interview. The list of successful candidates will be determined on the basis of aggregate marks secured in GD and interview.
Class Rooms with State of the art facility
Fully Equipped MOOT court hall
TUTORIAL ROOMS WITH WIFI CONNECTIVITY
For details: http://chennai.vit.ac.in/infrastructure-vitls