The exam ILICAT is for category Law and is conducted at Law level
Indian Law Institute Common Admission Test (ILI CAT) is conducted by Indian Law Institute, New Delhi for admission to its LLM program. The institute was established in 1956 and was inaugurated by the then President Dr. Rajendra Prasad in the presence of then Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. The institute was given status of deemed university by University Grants Commission in 2004. It provides post graduate and research programs in the field of law like LLM, Diploma programs and PhD.
ILI conducts CAT for admission to its various programs including 2 year LLM program. Indian Law Institute is a premium institute for law education in the country. It has the chief justice of India as its ex-officio president and other high dignitaries in the field of law holding very important posts. Alumni from the university have gone on to hold the highest positions in the Supreme Court as well as High Courts in the country.
For Admission to LLM program a candidate must have LLB degree from an institute recognized by Bar Council of India with minimum of 50 % aggregate. Those in their final year can also apply for provisional admission.
â€¢ PAPER PATTERN
1. The ILI CAT exam is conducted in two parts namely the test followed by the viva voce
2. The test paper is for 130 marks and has 3 parts mentioned below. In addition for every wrong answer 1/4th mark would be deducted
English and General Knowledge â€“ 30 objective type questions and each question carries 1 mark
Law â€“ 60 objective type questions and each question carries 1 mark
Topics covered are as follows:
Commercial Law (Contract and Specific Relief Act, Partnership and Sale of Goods Act), Public International Law,
Law of Torts,
Family Law and
Law of Limitations
Subjective Type â€“ 5 questions â€“ 150 words each. Total marks for this section is 40
â€¢ HOW TO APPLY?
1. The application form is available online at http://www.ili.ac.in/
2. The application form should be completely filled after reading the instructions carefully.
3. Please refer to the notification for further details