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BS Anangpuria Institute of Law (BSAIL)

Village Alampur, Ballabgarh-Sohna Road , Faridabad - 121004
District: Faridabad (Haryana)
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Established      :    2007
Affiliated to     :    Maharishi Dayanand University
Approved By    :    Bar Council of India, Government of Haryana

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The legal profession is one among the few that has the potential to make a genuine difference in the society. With this aim, B. S. Anangpuria Institute of Law was established in 2007 under the umbrella of B. S. Anangpuria Educational Institutes to cater the needs of world-class legal education. It is approved by Bar Council of India and Government of Haryana and affiliated to M.D. University, Rohtak.

0129-2206750-53, 2206946-50, 52-53
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 Course(s) Offered by BS Anangpuria Institute of Law (BSAIL)  in Bachelor of Law (LLB)
Bachelor of Law (LLB)
1 .
Candidates must be a Graduate or Postgraduate with at least 45% marks in aggregate (40% marks in case of SC / ST candidates) in any discipline or any other equivalent examination recognized by M.D. University, Rohtak or as may be amended/reviewed by the competent authority.
3 years
Admission Procedure
100% of the seats shall be filled by the institute on the basis of merit of aggregate marks obtained in the qualifying examination or as may be amended / reviewed by the competent authority.
No. of Seats
160 seats
Approved By/ Affiliated To
M.D. University, Rohtak