|Established in 1956 in New Delhi, The Indian Law Institute (ILI), is an autonomous and UGC-approved Deemed University-cum-Socio-legal Research Institute. In 2004, Deemed University status was granted to the institute by the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India. It is one of the prominent law institutes in Delhi. Institute has received Grade 'A' accreditation by NAAC. It is also a member of the Association of Indian Universities (AIU). Its inauguration was done on December 12, by the first President of India, Dr Rajendra Prasad. The main motive of the foundation of this Institute was to promote legal education and research in India. ILI is among the best-rated Law Schools in India and ranked 22nd in the 2021 NIRF ranking for Law colleges in India. |
Infrastructure and Facilities ILI campus has State-of-the-art infrastructural facilities. It is constructed in around 38 acres of land. The campus is very huge having 12 academic blocks. Institute has almost all modern facilities like big classrooms and lecture halls well equipped with modern facilities like projectors, audio-visual gadgets and lightening arrangements that are required to conduct conferences, seminars, workshops and other training programmes etc. The campus is wi-fi enabled. Besides, medical room, canteen etc. are also available on the campus. Institute offers only post-graduate courses hence, the campus environment is very professional and organized. The course curriculum is well-designed and updated as per the industries requirement. More emphasis is on the skill-based development of the students. Faculties are well-qualified and knowledgeable. They help students by resolving their queries.
The library at Indian Law Institute is very big and is one of the leading law libraries in Asia. Law students and research scholars from all over the world come to consult the library because of its rich resources on legal research. Currently, the ILI library has more than 75000 published resources including books, reports, documents, government publications, monographs, the constitution of all nations. More than 200 national and international journals are also subscribed to by the library. Students can get every legal research material in this library whatever they may require for their education and research. Apart from this, the ILI campus also has a moot court for practice, conference hall, Legal Information Resource Centre (LIRC). No hostel facility is available at ILI. However, the institute is located at a very good location in New Delhi, students can get suitable accommodation in nearby areas in private hostels or PGs or rented apartments at affordable rates very easily. Smoking, ragging, and gender-based discrimination are strictly prohibited on campus.
Extracurricular Activities The student council conducts extracurricular activities such as various events and festivals every two weeks regularly which helps students to display their talent to everyone. Workshops, seminars, and guest lectures by reputed personalities and renowned lawyers are also organized at the campus. The student exchange program is also there in collaboration with international institutes.
- Dr Deepali Gangwar