The Central Law College 5-year Integrated B.A.LL.B admissions 2020


Admissions are open at the Central Law College, Salem for the academic year 2020. Interested candidates who wish to join a 5-year integrated B.A.LL.B degree programme can submit the online application form on or before 22.08.2020. Read this article to find out the details like eligibility criteria, online application form filling guidelines and admission procedures of the Central Law College.

About the College

The Central Law College is a private law college in Tamil Nadu that was started in the year 1984 at Salem to provide law education. It is an ISO 9001:20015 certified institution which is offering the legal studies for more than 36 years. The college is affiliated to the Tamil Nadu Ambedkar Law University, Chennai and is recognized by the Bar Council of India, New Delhi. It is rated as the best law college by the Sunday Indian Magazine. The college has good infrastructure and facilities like smart classroom, moot court hall, computer lab and library with electronic databases. The entire college campus is wi-fi enabled and it gives an excellent learning atmosphere to the students. For the career guidance of the students, the college has a guidance and placement cell. To create more exposure, college frequently organizes guest lectures and interactive sessions for the students with judges, practicing lawyers, legal luminaries and specialists from multi-disciplinary fields.



Courses offered

The Central Law College(CLC), Salem offers the following law courses

  • 5-year B.A.LL.B Integrated course
  • 3-year LL.B degree based course

The medium of instructions for both the courses is English. In the 5-year integrated degree programme, the college will teach pre-law subjects like Literary English, Legal English, Political Science, Economics, Public Administration and Sociology for the duration of 2 years and then cover the procedural law concepts for the remaining 3-years of the course. For the 3-year degree course, only graduates who have passed B.A, B.Com, B.Sc., or Master's Degree from any recognized universities in India can join and learn the substantive laws like Property Law, Contract Law, Criminal Law, Procedural Law, etc.

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CLC 5-year Integrated B.A.LL.B admissions 2020

Currently, Law admissions to the 5-year integrated B.A.LL.B course are open at the Central Law College, Salem for the academic year 2020. Interested candidates can go through this article and check the eligibility criteria and admission procedures of the Central Law College.

Eligibility criteria

For admissions to a 5-year integrated B.A.LL.B course, candidates must satisfy the following eligibility criteria.

  1. Candidates who have completed their Higher Secondary (+2) Examination through the Tamil Nadu state board, CBSE, ICSE, AISSCE, IB, NIOS or any equivalent examination from a recognized education board can apply. Also, those who have completed their pre-degree intermediate through academic stream are eligible for admissions.

  2. The minimum eligible marks in the qualifying examination for admissions to the course is 45%

In addition to the above, the candidates must satisfy any criteria laid by the institution for improving the quality and standard of education.



How to apply

The online application form for the 5-year integrated B.A.LL.B course is available at the official website of the Central Law College.

In the online application form, candidates must fill their personal details, parent/guardian's details, address details and academic details. All the mandatory fields(*) in the form should be filled. Also, candidates must upload the scanned copy of their 10th mark sheet, 12th mark sheet, aadhar card and the recent passport size color photo. The maximum file size of the image is 1.00MB and the allowed file types are jpg, jpeg, png. Remember, the incomplete application form will be summarily rejected by the college.

The last date to submit the application form is 22.08.2020.

Read the admission procedures at http://www.centrallawcollege.com/law/admissionprocedure.php

Note: The college does not accept the capitation fee or donation for admissions into any of the Law courses. Money has no place in the matter of selection or admission. In the event of any person demanding money for admission, the college management advises the students and parents to immediately lodge a police complaint with the name, identity and other details of such a person.

Selection process

The Central Law College follows a transparent admission process. The selection of candidates for admissions into the Law courses at the College are purely based on the merit and performance of the candidate at the interview. After the submission of the application form, the college will intimate the selected candidates to report for admissions at the college within the stipulated date.

To know more about the college and its admission process, candidates are requested to read the prospectus.

Prospectus link: http://www.centrallawcollege.com/law/images/Prospectus/Prospectus.pdf



Contact details

For any queries related to the online admissions, contact +91 7339482225/ 0427-2400643.

Address: Yercaud Road, Kannankurichi, Salem, Tamil Nadu - 636008.
Email: clcsalem@gmail.com; clclawadmission@gmail.com
Website: www.centrallawcollege.com

The law aspirants who wish to pursue a degree in law from the School of Excellence in Law or any affiliated government law colleges in Tamil Nadu can submit the Tamil Nadu Dr.Ambedkar Law University online application form for Law admissions 2020-2021 on or before the last date.


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