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Approved by Bar Council of India

8"all over India by Telegraph,

June 21,2006 NIMT Institute
of Pharma Management,
Greater Noida.

Business India

11"in overall rankings of AIMA

Survey by Business India,

November 2001 NIMT
Institute of Technology &
Management, Ghaziabad UP

Plot No. 41, Knowledge Park-1, Kasna Road, Near Pari Chowk, Greater Noida

BA LLB (Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Law) is a ve-year integrated programme, offered at the undergraduate
level. Students aspiring to build a career in law can opt for this course, after passing 10+2 examination.
Undergraduates in the eld of law are imparted comprehensive knowledge about the Indian Pedal Code.Law
undergraduates should complete compulsory internship at the end of the course, at various law rms. BA LLB
degree course provides myriad career opportunities. After doing the course, one can enter the eld of law, and
work as lawyer in the courts at different levels. Corporate lawyers are also in great demand, in the present time.

Course name

Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Law (Integrated)

Course duration

5 years


NIMT Insitute of Method & Law (NIMT )


Greater Noida (Delhi-NCR)



Bar Council of India


CCS University

Student must appear for either LSAT/ CLAT (Conducted by Pearson VUE) or NLAT (NIMT Law
Admission Test) for admission to the BA LLB Course
2. If you have appeared in LSAT/ CLAT. Please apply directly based on your LSAT/ CLAT Score.
3. A candidate should have passed Standard XII (10+2) or equivalent examination from any recognized
Board with a minimum of 45% marks (40% for S.C./ S.T.). A candidate who has appeared for his/ her
Standard XII (10+2) or equivalent examination can apply. However, his/ her admission will be subject
to obtaining a minimum of 45% marks (40% for S.C./ S.T.). The last date for submission of
mark/grade sheet will be on or before 30th September of prevailing academic year.

Counselling Fee

INR 5500

1st Year Fee (Post Seat Allotment)

INR 50250

2nd Year Fee

INR 40000

2nd Year Fee

INR 40000

3rd Year Fee

INR 40000

4th Year Fee

INR 40000

5th Year Fee

INR 40000



(includes meals and lodging)















(includes meals and lodging)















(includes meals and lodging)

All Fee are subject to revision in future as per the norms of the Institution or concerned bodies.

Advocate S K Singh
High Court of Allahabad

Advocate Vijay Pal Singh Rathi

Past President Bar Association

Advocate Anurag Jain

High Court of Delhi

Dr Abhishek Manu Singhvi

MP of Rajya Sabha for Rajasthan

Advocate B L Batra
Niyati Gandhi
Tax Advocate, Sessions Court
Associate Nishith Desai Associates
National Law School of India University, Banglore

Ved Jain
Director, DLF, Past President,
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India

Advocate Madhav Mitra

Past President of Rajasthan
High Court Bar Association

Advocate JP SINGH
Supreme Court of India

Advocate Kuldeep
High Court of Allahabad

Co- Advisory Council

Advocate Ajay Rastogi (High Court of Allahabad)
Advocate Anil Garg (Rajasthan High Court Bench,
Advocate Jagdev (High Court of Allahabad)
Advocate Shantanu (High Court of Allahabad)
Advocate Sisodhia (Ghaziabad Session Court)
Advocate Ravi Kunal (High Court of Allahabad)
Advocate Ravi Shanker Tyagi (Session Court Meerut)
Advocate Lalit Mohan (Gautam Buddh Nagar
Session Court)
Advocate Manish (Jaipur Session Court)

Advocate Vinayak (Supreme Court)

Advocate Ram Karan Joshi (Jaipur District Court)
Advocate J Gandhi (Income Tax Tribunal )
Advocate Akhilesh (Ghaziabad District Court)
Advocate Om Prakash (Alwar District Court)
Advocate Tripathi (Lucknow Bench, High Court
Advocate S D Singh (High Court of Allahabad)
Advocate M M Asthana (Lucknow Bench, High Court
Advocate B.L. Yadav (High Court of Allahabad)

Lawyers are authorised by the state to advise and defend clients in legal matters before the court. Law
establishes the rules that dene a persons rights and obligations and denes their enforcement.
The people handling legal issues are:

Judges ensure that justice is administered to safeguard the legal rights of all parties involved.
Judges preside over trials or hearings and listen as lawyers representing the parties present and argue their
cases pertaining to virtually every aspect of society.
Solicitors give legal advice and represent clients in legal matters.
Solicitors rms undertake cases related to their area of work.
Lawyers act as advocates and advisors
As advocates, they represent one of the opposing parties in criminal and civil trials in court, cross examine
witnesses and nally sum up the reasons why the court should decide in their clients favour.
As advisors they counsel their clients about legal rights and obligations
They research laws applicable to the case at hand and previous judgements under circumstances similar to
those currently faced by the client
Lawyers specialise in:
Criminal law Criminal lawyers specialize in matters having legal implications such as theft, murder and
arson which are considered offences against society or State.
Real estate Real estate lawyers deal with cases involving property.
Civil law Civil Law operates in matters of property, contract and commercial issues, inheritance, family
and even corporations.
Tax law Tax lawyers handle cases concerning income-tax, wealth tax, gift tax, estate duty, etc.
International law A set of international legal rules are observed by all the nations in relation to one
Labour law Labour lawyers specialize in solving the problems arising between the management and the
labour force in any organisation
Others Other branches include family law, constitutional law, corporate law, excise law, customs and
transportation. Globalisation of businesses has created a need for legal compliance which has created a
special niche for legal eagles dealing in all matters concerning business

Legal executives
Advise their employers on legal matters.
Work on cases of litigation for the rm.
Represent their rm in the court of law in all legal matters
Perform administrative functions and handle in-house legal problems e.g check deeds, issue writs, collect
information for afdavits and draft legal documents
Represent the business house while discussing legal issues with other rms
Lawyers in Defence services
Deal with legal matters concerning the state and conduct courts of enquiry and court martials of
offending service personnel.
Political advisors
Advise on legal issues concerning various political matters.
Lawyers with the government
Indian Legal Service posts are that of the Magistrate, District and Sessions judge, Munsifs (submagistrate), Public prosecutor, solicitors, Attorney general, Advocate General, Notary and Oath
Commissioner. There are also legal secretaries appointed in assemblies, law inspectors, legal ofcers in
banks, judicial members of income tax, sales tax and excise departments, government advocates and staff
in Registrar of Companies ofce.
Lawyers in information
Lawyers report on topical issues or on matters of general interest to newspapers, trade journals, television
and radio programs etc.
Law publishing involves journals, magazines and legal books
Jobs associated with law
The role of a company secretary is one recognized in legislation.
Notaries are public ofcers appointed to draw up, authenticate and certify deeds and documents
INR 11.17 Lakhs to 14.29 Lakhs per annum (Salary data sourced from PayScale.com)
Earnings Details
Legal executives earnings vary with the size of the rms. Large legal rms pay an average salary of Rs 6
lakhs per annum. Lawyers in consultancies earn even more.
Skills Required
Distinguish the relevant from the irrelevant, screen
evidence, and apply the law
Ability to persuade, convince, argue
Integrity, character
Interest in detail

Ability to assimilate and analyse facts

Fluency, clear speech and excellent presentation
Self-condent and unbiased approach
Mental and physical stamina
Interest in Research

BALLB Program at NIMT

The curriculum and pedagogy are designed around the latest quality initiatives in legal education in India & the
world including the recommendations of the Carnegie Report, USA combining skill, knowledge and values.
These are imparted through multitalented, qualied, competent and enthusiastic faculty. Those efforts are
reciprocated by the participation of all the stakeholders including the members of the Bar and Bench, corporate
sector and international experts.
Admission to BA LLB
Student must appear for either LSAT/ CLAT (Conducted by Pearson VUE) or NLAT (NIMT Law
Admission Test) for admission to the BA LLB Course
If you have appeared in LSAT. Please apply directly based on your LSAT/ CLAT Score.
About NLAT
Registrations for NLAT can be done at the Institute's website: www.nimt.ac.in
S/he must pay INR 750 as the registration fee for NLAT
Student is given login for the examination portal and a time slot where S/he can attempt the examination
The examination is delivered on edX and is remotely proctored by proctors. A test taker is free to attempt
this exam from any computer. The student should make sure that the room is empty (has no other individual)
and there is no reference material open.
The result for NLAT is immediately recorded and declared to the student. On the basis of combination of
12th Aggregate Score and NLAT Score, student is given admission to the BA LLB programme.
Conditions for Eligibility:
A candidate should have passed Standard XII (10+2) or equivalent examination from any recognized Board
with a minimum of 45% marks (40% for S.C./ S.T.). A candidate who has appeared for his/ her Standard
XII (10+2) or equivalent examination can apply. However, his/ her admission will be subject to obtaining a
minimum of 45% marks (40% for S.C./ S.T.). The last date for submission of mark/grade sheet will be on or
before 30th September of prevailing academic year.
Note:It is the responsibility of the candidate to ascertain whether he/ she possesses the requisite
qualication(s)/ eligibility for admission. Having been admitted provisionally does not mean acceptance of
eligibility. Final eligibility of admission will be decided by the University, subject to successful fullment of
specied admission norms.
Student Committe
Moot Court Committee
Sports Committee
Cultural Committee
Hostel Management Committee
Library Committee
Committee for Academic Support
Mess Committees
Deans & Directors Committee
Prospectus Committee
Course Coordinator Committee

Examination Committee
Time Table & Workload Committee
Procotrial Board
Infotech Committee
Building & Infrastructure Committee
Prevention of Sexual Harassment Committee
Disciplinary Council
Students Chief Counsel
Students Vice Chief Counsel

About NIMT
NIMT, Ghaziabad became the centre of excellence for management education in India and was regularly
featured amongst the top 10 management institutions in India (Accolades and Rankings). Eventually NIMT
continuing with its vision established four more campuses in Ghaziabad, Greater Noida and Kotpulti. These
campuses have been aesthetically designed keeping in mind the process of learning.
Established 1992
NIMT has emerged as one of the pioneers offering quality education at international standards in India. NIMT
has furthered in its mission and started two more senior secondary schools in Ghaziabad practising CBSE, ICSE
IB and IGCSE curriculum. NIMT also offers distance education programs through NIMT Distance Education
for people looking to pursue education but unable to do so because of work commitments.
NIMT has also established a multi speciality 100 bedded CGHS empanelled hospital in Greater Noida, Uttar
Pradesh. The hospital serves a large village and urban population in the area which lacks in medical facilities.
The hospital is a multi specialty hospital with all the modern facilities and services at affordable rates.
Today NIMT offers affordable quality education from pre nursery uphill doctorate level through its schools,
colleges and distance education programs. NIMT offers over 53 regular courses at undergraduate and
graduate level in various elds such as Medical (B.Pharma, BPT, B.Sc (Radiology & Imaging), B.Sc (Nursing)),
Paramedical (GNM, DPT,OTT), Engineering (B.Tech -IT, Mechanical, Civil, Electrical, Electronics &
Communications, Applied Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering), Law (B.A.LLB), Education (B.Ed, NTT,
STC, BTC), Hospitality (BHMCT) & Management (MBA General, HR, IT, Finance, Operations & PGDM
29 Specialisations)

Global Alumni Network

NIMT has produced leaders, entrepreneurs, artists, lawyers, engineers and medical professionals who collectively
have a wealth of knowledge and experience.
As part of NIMT, you will have access to
diverse and rich network of individuals working at managerial and CXO level in corporates in India and abroad.
the chance to leverage this connection to land up your dream job in a company of your liking.
Corporate Resource Center
NIMT's corporate resource centre helps students leverage the corporate relations of NIMT and alumni to land
students land up a job of their liking. The Corporate Resource Centre is responsible for continuos Industry-Academia
Interface. It helps students rev up to the changing needs of the industry. It is also responsible for on campus
placements by various companies.

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