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KCL Institute of Laws for Women

Jalandhar , Punjab

Affiliated to: Gurunanak Dev University
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KCL Institute of Laws for Women


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Institute is located in Jalandhar Punjab. It is a Private aided institute. This college has courses for Bachelors. This is a Co-Ed institute.Ask questions here about KCL Institute of Laws for Women admission 2015, Placement 2011, ranking, cut off and eligibility criteria.

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  • Law

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      #29 sandeep kaur 2014-06-21 12:41
      admisson open llb
       
       
      #28 Pardeep Kaur 2014-05-29 05:16
      I have passed +2 in science with 77% but now i want to do b.a ll.b is its possible if it is then i want admission details plz
       
       
      #27 Arshdeep 2014-05-17 11:53
      Hi sir/madam
      i'm passed 10+2 in com. I want to do B.a llb.in your institute can it possible without enterance test
       
       
      #26 jatinder kaur 2014-01-20 10:50
      i want to know about the fee of llb first year plz reply
       
       
      #25 Ritu 2013-12-30 09:27
      My age is 33. Can i do the LLB. But presently i am doing BA 1st year.
       
       
      #24 counselor-priyak 2013-04-16 07:39
      @preet kamal-•Auditorium
      Contact Address:
      K.C.L Institute of Laws for Women
      Cantt Road
      Jalandhar - 144 004
      Punjab
      Phone: +91-181-5041222
      Email:
      Website: http://www.kclinstlaw.com
       
       
      #23 counselor-priyak 2013-04-16 07:38
      @preet kamal-Punjab CET Law ExamIntegrated:
      The selection procedure is based on Punjab CET-LAW entrance test, which is conducted by the University.
      Facilities:
      •Class rooms
      •Library
      •Gymnasium
      •Hostel
      •Playgrounds
      •Seminar hall
       
       
      #22 counselor-priyak 2013-04-16 07:38
      @preet kamal-Integrated:
      The candidates need to have passed in 10+2 examination with minimum 50% marks in any stream, from any recognized state/national Board.
      Admission Procedure:Undergraduate:
      Aspirants are short listed through Common Entrance Test - Law (CET-LAW), which is conducted by the University.Entrance Test: