ILS - Indian Law Society Entrance Exam

Indian Law Society ILS Entrance Exam

ILS Law College,
Law College Road, Pune - 411004
Maharashtra, India
Phone: +91 20 25656775
Fax: +91 20 25658665

Programs Offered:

  • BSL (Five-Year Degree Course)
  • LLB (Three-Year Degree Course)
  • DTL (Diploma in Taxation Law)
  • DLL&LW (Diploma in Labour Law
  • MLL&LW (Masters in Labour Law & Labour Welfare)

ILS 2009 Admission Procedure:

Admission to ILS is based on merit and not on entrance test. The admission process starts in the month of May. For admission to the BSL course one needs to have a minimum of 45% (40% for SC/ST candidates). The minimum qualification for admission to the LL.B course is to pass the graduation with 45% marks (40% for SC/ST).


BSL (Five-Year Degree Course)XIIth or equivalent with minimum score
- 40% for candidates belonging to SC/ST
- 45% for candidates belonging to general category.
LLB (Three-Year Degree Course) Graduate in any discipline with minimum score
- 40% for candidates belonging to SC/ST
- 45% for candidates belonging to general category
DTL (Diploma in Taxation Law)Graduate in any discipline
DLL&LW (Diploma in Labour Law)Graduate in any discipline
MLL&LW (Masters in Labour Law & Labour Welfare)Graduate in any discipline

Application Form

The Prospectus and Admission Form can be obtained from the college office on payment of Rs 600/- in cash at the counter, and Rs 700/- if ordered by post. This amount can be paid in cash or by DD (demand draft) drawn in favour of "Principal, ILS Law College".

The request for prospectus along with the demand draft must be sent to:

The Principal,
ILS Law College
Law College Road, Pune 411 004.

The request must contain the name, telephone number and full postal address (with PIN CODE) of the requesting party and also mention the name of the course for which admission is sought.

Note: The college admits new students ONLY to the FIRST year of the degree or diploma courses.

ILS 2009 Application Procedure:

The procedure for applying for admission is as follows:

1. Candidates must obtain the prospectus and admission formbefore the last date as published in the admissions timetable.

2. Candidates must submit duly filled admission form along with all required documents before the last date as published in the admissions timetable.

3. The college publishes the first merit list. This list is put up on the Web site as well as on the college notice boards.

4. Interviews are held on the basis of the first merit list and admissions granted to candidates who meet all requirements.

5. Selected candidates must pay the admission fees in cash on the same day after the interview and confirm the admission.

6. A second merit list is published subsequent to the completion of the first round, followed by interviews and admissions.

7. If required, a third round may also be conducted.

After each merit list is published, candidates can submit objections (regarding category of admission and position in the merit list) in writing (fax 020-5658865; e-mail before the prescribed date. Admission is not guaranteed merely because any student's name appears in the merit lists. All particulars in the form and all documents in original are liable for scrutiny at the interviews, before a student can be admitted to the course. All merit lists are subject to correction/amendment on account of valid objections received.

Note: Any attempt by any candidate or anyone else on his behalf to influence the admission process directly or indirectly, would be treated as a disqualification for admission.