Indian Law Institute (ILI) Common Admission Test (CAT) LLM Admission 2014
ILI CAT 2012 Date: 23rd June, 2012 (Saturday)
For Admission to LL.M. 2 year/3 year and PG Diploma Courses
Indian Law Institute Common Admission Test 2014 (ILI CAT 2014)
Indian Law Institute Common Admission Test invites Application for 2 year LLM and 3 year LLM ( Evening ) Programs for the academic year 2012.
Indian Law Institute Common Admission Test (ILI CAT) is conducted by Indian Law Institute, New Delhi for admission to its LLM program. The institute was established in 1956 and was inaugurated by the then President Dr. Rajendra Prasad in the presence of then Prime Minister Jawahar Lal Nehru. The institute was given status of deemed university by University Grants Commission in 2004. It provides post graduate and research programs in the field of law like LLM, Diploma programs and PhD.
ILI conducts CAT for admission to its various programs including 2 year LLM program. Indian Law Institute is a premium institute for law education in thye country. It has the chief justice of India as its ex-officio president and other high dignitaires in the field of law holding very important posts. Alumni from the university has gone on to hold the highest positions in the Supreme Court as well as High Courts in the country.
ILI CAT 2012 Important Dates:
i. Commencement of Sale of Prospectus Containing ILI CAT Application Form: 1st May, 2012
ii. Last Date for Submission of ILI CAT Application Form: 8th June, 2012
iii. Date of ILI CAT Common Admission Test 2012 (CAT): 23rd June, 2012 (Saturday) at 3.00 p.m. in the ILI, Delhi
iv. Notification of ILI CAT Result on Indian Law Institute Website http://www.ilidelhi.org.: 2nd July, 2012
v. Group discussion and viva - voce of Short listed Candidates: 5th July, 2012 onwards
vi. Display of First Merit List: 10th July, 2012
vii. Display of Second Merit List: 17th July, 2012
viii. Display of Third Merit List, if required: 24th July, 2012
ILI CAT 2012 Application Form:
The price of the ILI CAT Prospectus containing Application Form is Rs. 300/- for all applicants. The Prospectus along with the Application Form will be on sale from 1st May, 2012 on all working days from the admission counter of the of the following address :
Indian Law Institute,
Bhagwan Dass Road,
New Delhi – 110 001.
Candidate can either on cash payment or through Demand Draft drawn in favor of the “Indian Law Institute” payable at New Delhi.
Prospectus along with ILI CAT Application Form by Post:
The Prospectus along with ILI CAT Application Form can also be obtained by Registered Book Post / Courier on payment of Rs. 350/- ( Rupees three hundred and fifty only ) in the form of a Demand Draft in favor of the “Indian Law Institute” payable at New Delhi along with a self – addressed envelope of not less than 24x30cms. size. The amount once remitted will not be refunded under any circumstances. The Institute will not be responsible for the delay, loss or damage, if any, during the transit of the Prospectus. Institute will dispatch the Prospectus containing Application Form within three days of the receipt of request.
The envelope of the letter requesting for the Prospectus must be super-scribed at the left top corner as “Request for Prospectus 2012″. This will help in responding to the request immediately. Also, the name of the candidate, address and the course for which admission is sought, must be clearly written on the back of the demand draft. The ILI shall not be responsible for any postal delay.
Prospectus along with ILI CAT Application Form through Internet: ILI CAT Application Form for admission to LLM along with Admit Card (in duplicate) to be submitted alongwith a Demand Draft of Rs. 800/- drawn in favor of “Indian Law Institute” payable at New Delhi. However, if the ILI CAT application form is downloaded from the ILI website www.ili.ac.in a Demand Draft of Rs. 1100/- is to be attached along with the application form. In case, the payment of Rs. 1100/- is made through online payment gateway, the copy of payment response page generated by online payment gateway shall also be attached with the application form or send the application form by email to email@example.com
Submission of ILI CAT Application Form:
For LLM and LLM (Evening): ILI CAT Application Form complete in all respects should be submitted either in person or by Registered Post / Speed Post / Courier / Messenger so as to reach the office of the following address :
Indian Law Institute,
Bhagwan Dass Road,
New Delhi – 110 001
Candidates can submit ILI CAT Application on or before 8th June, 2012 for ILI CAT admission to LLM Programs along with a Demand Draft of Rs. 800/- in favor of “Indian Law Institute” payable at New Delhi towards Indian Law Institute Common Admission Test and processing fee for admission etc. However, if the ILI CAT application form is downloaded from the ILI website www.ili.ac.in a Demand Draft of Rs. 1100/- is to be attached along with the ILI CAT application form.
Online submission of ILI CAT 2012 Application Form: The Prospectus along with the ILI Application Form is available on the ILI Institute’s website www.ili.ac.in / www.ilidelhi.org. The application form complete in all respects can be submitted along with duplicate admit card, scanned photograph & signatures ( to be affixed at the respective places ) and send the same by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The payment of Rs.1100/- may be made through the payment gateway and the proof of the payment ( copy of the Transaction ID ) may also be attached along with the application form.
ILI CAT 2012 Admit Card:
i. ILI CAT Admit Card ( in duplicate ), as annexed to this Prospectus shall be submitted by the applicant seeking admission to LLM along with the ILI CAT Application Form, duly filled in, affixing his / her self attested passport size photograph in the space provided.
ii. ILI CAT Admit Card allotting the Center and Roll No. for the Indian Law Institute Common Admission Test will be issued to the candidates at the time of submission of ILI CAT Application Form in person and in other cases the ILI CAT Admit Card will be sent by post. The Institute will not be responsible in any way for any loss, damage or delay in transit of the Admit Card.
iii. ILI CAT Admit Card is required to be retained by the candidate till the admissions are finalized. However, if the ILI Admit Card is lost by the candidate, duplicate Admit Card will be issued by the Institute with the approval of the Competent Authority on payment of Rs. 300/-. Duplicate Admit Card will not be issued after the ILI CAT.
ILI CAT LLM Eligibility:
ILI CAT LL.B. Degree ( with not less than 50% marks ) recognized by Bar Council of India as eligible for enrollment as an advocate in India. or
ILI CAT Law Degree from a foreign country with at least 50% marks in aggregate or equivalent grade.
The candidates appearing in the qualifying ILI CAT entrance examinations are also eligible to apply but their admission will be subject to production of proof of having acquired minimum prescribed qualification, at the time of CAT Indian Law Institute Admission Test.
If the result of the qualifying ILI CAT law examination is not declared till the date of admission, his / her admission shall be provisional. Such candidate shall give an undertaking that he / she is taking the provisional admission at his / her risk and that he / she shall submit the result of qualifying ILI CAT examination on or before 30th September, 2012.
In case the candidate fails to submit his / her final result of qualifying ILI CAT examination to prove his / her eligibility on or before 30th September, 2012 for any reason whatsoever, his / her admission shall be treated as cancelled and the entire fee forfeited.
ILI CAT LLM (Evening) Eligibility: ILI CAT LLB degree with not less than 50% marks from a recognized university.
Reservation of Seats:
Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes: 15% seats are reserved for candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes and 7½% seats are reserved for candidates belonging to Scheduled Tribes. Any unfilled ILI CAT seats reserved for Scheduled Castes will be treated as reserved for Scheduled Tribes and vice versa. A certificate to this effect shall be attached with the application form.
Non Creamy Layer Other Backward Classes (OBC) students: 27% seats are reserved for candidates belonging to OBC. The OBC candidates if they wish to be considered under OBC Category should give Non Creamy Layer OBC declaration and undertaking with the application form for admission. The definition of Creamy Layer, the form of declaration and undertaking to be submitted by the OBC candidates.
Physically Handicapped: 3% seats are reserved for Physically Handicapped candidates. A Certificate from the Vocational Rehabilitation Centre for Physically Handicapped, I.T.I. Campus, Pusa, New Delhi – 110 012. or from any other Government Authorized Agency is required to be produced specifying that the applicant is fit to pursue LLM Course.
Admission Procedure: ILI CAT admission to LL.M. programs shall be made on merit based on the marks obtained by the candidates in the CAT to be held on 23rd June, 2012 (Saturday) and performance during Group Discussion & Viva-Voce to be conducted by the Institute after CAT.
ILI CAT 2012 Exam Pattern:
ILI CAT Entrance Test will be held at Delhi only. It shall consist of four parts.
The ILI CAT Timing will be from 3.00 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. on 23rd June, 2012 (Saturday)
Part-I - Will contain 30 Objective Type Questions with Multiple Choices relating to English Language and General Knowledge.
Part-II - Will contain 70 Objective Type Questions with Multiple Choices from the following areas : Jurisprudence, Constitutional Law, IPC, Public International Law, Commercial Law (Contract and Specific Relief Act, Partnership and Sale of Goods Act), Law of Torts, Law of Limitation and Environmental Law.
Part-III - Will Contain Subjective Type Questions to be answered in not more than 150 words from Jurisprudence, Constitutional Law, IPC, Commercial Laws (Contract, Partnership and Sale of Goods Act) and Environmental Law.
Part-IV - Legal Reasoning
ILI CAT Common Admission Test 2012 will be of two and half hours duration and medium of test will be English.
The question papers of last three years of ILI CAT Common Admission Test (CAT) for LLM Entrance Examination are available in the office of the Indian Law Institute against payment of Rs. 300/-. The candidates may obtain the question paper booklet of last three years on payment of Rs. 300/- either in cash or through Demand Draft drawn in favour of the Indian Law Institute payable at New Delhi. The question papers of last three years can also be obtained by Registered Book Post / Courier on payment of Rs. 350/- through Demand Draft in favour of ‘‘Indian Law Institute’’ payable at New Delhi.
Paper I: Jurisprudence
Paper I: Judicial Process
Paper I: Legal Research & Methodology
THE INDIAN LAW INSTITUTE
Bhagwan Dass Road,
New Delhi - 110 001.
Phone: 011- 23382190, 23386321
Website: www.ili.ac.in, www.ilidelhi.org