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Indian Academy of International Law in Delhi

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Indian Academy of International Law (IMS), Delhi, is nonprofit college, established in 2004. The Indian Academy of International Law, Delhi offered Laws course in Bachelor’s, Master’s in the field of B.A-LLB, and PGDM etc streams. Admission to PGDM the candidates should be graduates with minimum 50% marks and students appearing final year of graduation are eligible to apply, provided you complete all formalities of the examinations and criteria for selection to the Post Graduate Diploma in Management programme is purely based on the cumulative performance in CAT/MAT/CMAT score and on the results of Group Discussion and Personal Interview conducted by the Corporate Advisory Board in Campus. For B.A-LLB is 5 year integrated program in which candidates must have passed the Intermediate/10 + 2 in any discipline with minimum 45% marks. The eligibility for admission will be as per the rules of affiliating body/approving body applicable at the. The Candidates appearing in the 12th Standard Examination can also apply; also criteria for admission will be done through Joint Entrance Test (JET) conducted by the college. The test is based on general awareness, basic mathematics, reasoning questionnaire, and communication skills. For MBA candidates need 50% marks with valid MAT/CAT/CMAT score. For MCA candidates must have 50% marks with Mathematics as one of the subjects, candidate will be selected through UPSEE Entrance Exam. In other course the candidates will be enrolled who have minimum 50% marks in discipline from a recognized university as a selection will be done through Entrance Exam and Personal Interview.

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V.K. Krishna Menon Bhawan
9, Bhagwan Dass Road
New Delhi-110001, India

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