If you are a Law college aspirant, this piece of news may be of much interest to you.
After some of the best known Law colleges and Universities in the country announced that they would admit students based on the LSAT (Law School Admission Test) India, the net number of such institutes has swelled to 60.
Facilitated by the global Law School Admission Council, the LSAT India is one of the best known law entrance tests for the graduate as well as the postgraduate law programs in the country. The exam tests the students on the aspects of logical reasoning, critical thinking and the much needed problem solving skills. For 2015, the LSAT India would be conducted on May 17th at 16 different cities across the country.
LSAC President, Dan Bernstine was quoted saying "We are delighted that law colleges nationwide are realizing the advantages of using the LSAT-India as a key part of the admission process. The exam provides a precise and objective way for law colleges to select the students most likely to succeed."
Some of the well known institutions that have been accepting the scores of LSAT India include Chennai's VIT Law School, Greater Noida's Sharda University, Sonipat's Jindal Global Law School, RGSOIPL at IIT Kharagpur and Bangalore's Alliance University Law College. With the recent announcement, this list has been further elongated.
The following are the new institutions who have accepted LSAT India as the admission bench mark "“
Lovely Professional University, Punjab
Disha Law College, Raipur
Faculty of Law, SGT University, Gurgaon
IFIM Law College, Bangalore
CMR Law College, Bangalore
Jagran Lake City University, Bhopal
Raffles University, Jaipur
SRM University, Sonipat
Saveetha University, Chennai