ILS Law College, Pune
No of seats 160. 47% seats are for general category.
The University of Pune, through its circular number 228 of 1983-84, awards the degree of Bachelor of Socio Legal Sciences (B.S.L.) after the completion of the third year of the B.S.L. LL.B. Programme. Passing percentage for 1st and 2nd year of B.S.L. is 40% marks in each paper and 40% in aggregate. A particular optional subject will be offered provided there are sufficient number of students opting for the same.
Any prospective student who has passed the Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination (10 + 2) conducted by the Higher Secondary School Examination Board of the State of Maharashtra or any other examination recognized as an equivalent to the HSC examination by the University of Pune with a minimum of 45% aggregate is eligible to apply for admission to the first year of the BSL LLB programme.
Admissions for all seats of the 1st year of the two law degree courses are based on merit calculated from the total of all marks in all subjects at the qualifying examination. The College also conducts interviews of all applicants before admitting eligible candidates as students.
For admissions the College takes into account factors such as academic ability and intellectual maturity, and will require a Bachelors degree in any stream of Arts, Science or Commerce or any other faculty of a recognized University with a minimum of 45% marks in the Bachelor degree programme. The rules of passing the examination for this programme are the same as that for the B.S.L. LL.B. programme. The College also conducts interviews of all applicants before admitting eligible graduates as students