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Army Institute of Law, Mohali

The Army Institute of Law or AIL, as it is popularly known, was established in 1999 primarily to provide quality legal education to the wards of the Army personnel. It is affiliated to the Punjabi University Patiala and the Bar Council of India approves this affiliation. AIL concentrates not only in providing class room teaching but it also encourages students to participate in the extra-curricular and co-curricular activities in the campus.The teaching method of AIL aims at maximizing the participation of students. Interactive sessions are regarded integral part of the teaching-learning exercise at AIL. Students are also involved in the seminars, moot courts and various projects and in senior semesters they carry around 50% weight age of the practical marks.

Army Institute of Law is a residential College and all enrolled students are expected to reside in the hostel of the institute. However students of AIL are not bound to join the Army after the completion of their course.

Courses offered

  • B.A.
  • LL.B.

Facilities

AIL Mohali has an impressive architectural structure in the vicinity of Punjab and Haryana High Court. The building has administrative offices, class rooms with modern teaching aids, moot court room seminar room, Computer lab with Leased line Internet connectivity, spacious library with e-library section, faculty rooms with LAN and internet, conference hall with modern audio visual aids etc. The Campus also has the state-of-the-art Multipurpose Hall, Gymnasium, Generator room, MI Room, CSD counter, Cafe and other essential services.

  • Hostel
  • Library
  • Computer Lab
  • Reading Room
  • Seminar Hall
  • Moot Court Room
  • Gymnasium
  • Cafeteria
  • Stationary
  • Bank Counter
  • Multipurpose Hall
  • Sports Facilities
  • Recreation
  • Transport
  • Guest Rooms
  • Mess

Eligibility

Eligibility criteria in brief is given below.

  • Candidate should have passed or appeared in 10+2 exam with 45% Marks at the time of applying for admission to AIL.
  • Candidate should not have completed the age of 21 years
  • Category certificate is required to be submitted while applying for admission to AIL

How to get Army Institute of Law

Admission to the BA LL.B 5 years course at AIL is made on the basis of the rank obtained in the Common Entrance Test (CET Law), Punjab

Intake

For the B.A,LL.B. 5 years course, 80 seats are available in the following categories:-

  • Wards of Army Personnel - 64
  • Residents of Punjab - 12
  • All India General Category - 4

Contact Us

Army institute of Law
Sector - 68, Mohali - 160062
Punjab, India

Telephone No : 172- 5095336-38
Fax : 172-5039280

Email : This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
website : http://www.armyinstituteoflaw.org/

Comments (7)

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The Law Entrance Test for the batch 2011-16 will be held on 05 June 2011.
Prospectus will be available from 05 May 2011 onwards.
And option will be available to fill the admission form online
Mandeep Sindhu , April 20, 2011
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Sir, my son Divyadarshan Kar passed +2 having 73% & also having A certificate in NCC with Chief Minister awarded for the best cadet. Now he is interested to take admission to your institute. Will you please guide me how to get it.
pramod kar , June 08, 2011
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when will d ail forms be available??? the website isnt working!
sonia , June 16, 2011
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im falak batra from ambala city.........i wanted to learn that what is amount for getting the demand draft and in favour of what college.......
falak batra , June 17, 2011
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write some more details about how to take addmissiom.
bhanu pratap , July 24, 2011
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sir,i wanna to ask dat..... how to take admission in AIL? n when vl CET ON 2012-2013?
kritika sharma , February 18, 2012
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HELO SIR,
M Bimmy frm mandigobindgarh plz tell me on wht date i will take the addmission forms for Law?
bimmy joshi , March 01, 2012

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