Army Institute of Law ,Mohali

Affiliated with the Punjabi University (Patiala), the Army Institute of Law (AIL) is a privately-funded institution for law studies in Mohali. Founded in 1999 by the Indian Army, it is managed by the Army Welfare Education Society. The National Assessment and Accreditation Council have accredited AIL with a grade 'A'. The institution offers 5-year integrated BA LLB programme and a 1-year postgraduate LLM programme with a specialisation in Family Law or Criminal Law. Both the programmes offered by the institution are approved by the Bar Council of India.

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Army Institute of Law Admission Process

The recipients must register themselves first online by visiting the website of the institution to be considered for the admission at AIL. Those who have secured a minimum of 45% marks in 12th boards are eligible to apply for the admission. AIL offers a total of 80 seats for the BA LLB programme, with 60 seats being reserved for Army personnel's children. Only 20 seats are available for civilians, 16 of which are reserved for the applicants of Punjab domicile and four seats for the All-India category applicants. The admissions at AIL are based on the performance of the recipients in the entrance exam. The civilian students are granted admission based on 12th result.

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Army Institute of Law Placements

AIL provides all the essential training and guidance to the students needed to match the corporate environment. The institution offers numerous job opportunities to the students through campus recruitment and has maintained an impressive placement record. A total of 79 students participated in th

Latest Update

July 21, 2021: AIL LET 2021 admit card out.

Army Institute of Law Admission Process

The recipients must register themselves first online by visiting the website of the institution to be considered for the admission at AIL. Those who have secured a minimum of 45% marks in 12th boards are eligible to apply for the admission. AIL offers a total of 80 seats for the BA LLB programme, with 60 seats being reserved for Army personnel's children. Only 20 seats are available for civilians, 16 of which are reserved for the applicants of Punjab domicile and four seats for the All-India category applicants. The admissions at AIL are based on the performance of the recipients in the entrance exam. The civilian students are granted admission based on 12th result.

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Army Institute of Law Placements

AIL provides all the essential training and guidance to the students needed to match the corporate environment. The institution offers numerous job opportunities to the students through campus recruitment and has maintained an impressive placement record. A total of 79 students participated in the 2016-17 placement drive, where 18 recruiters made 37 offers, with 36 students getting placed at different job roles. The highest package offered to the students that year was of 14 lacs (12 lacs salary and 2 lacs incentives) while 5.5 lacs was the lowest yearly package.

In 2018, 18 recruiters made hired 37 students out of the 77 registered students. The highest package consisted of 12 lacs and the lowest package of 5.5 lacs. In 2019, 79 students had registered, out of which 40 students received campus placement in 24 companies. 15.40 lacs was the highest salary package given to the students and 5.5 lacs being the lowest package.

Army Institute of Law Scholarship Opportunities

AIL offers the following scholarships to the students:

  • Tata Memorial Scholarship is offered to the wards of Army personnel on securing first or second position in four consecutive years. Eight students are awarded a cash prize of INR 20,000 (1st position) and INR 15,000 (2nd position).
  • It awards Abhimanyu Scholarship of INR 2,00,000 to the topper of AIL Law Entrance Test.
  • Angad Singh Dhindsa Scholarship of INR 2,00,000 is granted to a female student who secures the highest marks in the first three years of 5-year BA LLB integrated programme.

The students of AIL are also eligible for the following industry-sponsored scholarships:

  • A scholarship of INR 50,000 is awarded to the toppers of Economics and Jurisprudence jointly by the State Bank of India.
  • PNB Housing Finance Ltd. awards nine merit-cum-means scholarships carrying a cash prize of INR 11,50,000, which is divided equally among the deserving students.

Bajaj Allianz offers a scholarship of INR 50,000 to the toppers of Law Evidence and Law of Torts.

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Year of establishment1999
OwnershipPublic/Government
UGC Approvedno
AIU MemberShipno
Institute of national importanceno
NAAC accreditationGrade 'A'
Website

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Also Known AsAIL
Accepted ExamsAIL Entrance Test,
Exams Conducted
Army Institute of Law Admissions

Army Institute of Law offers degree programmes to aspirants at the undergraduate (UG) as well as the postgraduate (PG) level. Programmes offered at this institute are in law stream.

Latest Update

July 21, 2021: AIL LET 2021 admit card out.

Army Institute of Law Minimum Eligibility Criteria

BA LLB

  1. An aspirant should have passed 10+2 with minimum 45% marks in aggregate.
  2. The aspirants who have pursued 10+2 through Open University systems directly, without having any basic qualifications for pursuing such studies, are not eligible for admission.

LLM

LLB or BA- LLB degree holders with minimum 55% marks are eligible for this course.

 

Course-wise eligibility:

Course

Eligibility

BA LLB

There are no specialisations in this course

Candidate should have passed 10+2 with minimum 45% marks in aggregate

LLM

There are no specialisations in this course

Candidate should possess LLB or BA- LLB degree with minimum 55% marks

 

Army Institute of Law Admission Process

  1. Admission to 60 seats for wards of army personnel is conducted through entrance test (AIL LET) conducted by AIL under the aegis of AWES.
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Exams Conducted by Institute

18 May ' 22 - 23 May ' 22

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26 May ' 22 - 28 May ' 22

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AIL Reviews (Showing 5 of 9 reviews)

Overall Rating (Out of 5)

3.6

Based on 8 Verified Reviews

Distribution of Rating

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Placements
3.4
Infrastructure
3.6
Faculty & Course Curriculum
3.5
Crowd & Campus Life
3.9
Value for Money
3.9
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Hanuman Singh Bis ... | B.A. LL.B. - Batch of 2025
Reviewed on 15 Sep 2021
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4.2
Placements 4 Infrastructure 4 Faculty & Course Curriculum 4 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 4
Good infrastructure and faculty.

Placements: The college claims of providing 100% placements and at some instant its true because only those students were left who did not wanted to get placed because of their own reasons rest all got placed. The highest package goes to only few and this time as per my knowledge was recivied by only one student and that was 9lakhs, the least package was of 6lakhs this year. The top recruiting companies involves companies from insurance background and law firms. The college have a placement cell which takes...

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Sahil Mander | B.A. LL.B. - Batch of 2024
Reviewed on 22 Aug 2020
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4.2
Placements 4 Infrastructure 4 Faculty & Course Curriculum 4 Crowd & Campus Life 4 Value for Money 5
There are good placements and really helpful faculty members. It is a small campus but effective.

Placements: Campus placements were offered to a minimum of 60% of the students of the batch. The highest salary package offered was up to 16 LPA, and the average salary package offered was around 10 LPA-12 LPA. The lowest salary package offered maybe 8 LPA. Top recruiting companies for our course were from the banking sector like ICICI, etc., but many automobile companies visited here as well. Internships have to be managed on your own primarily. However, by considering the vast alumni network, it is fairly...

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Anurag Moga | B.A. LL.B. - Batch of 2023
Reviewed on 27 Apr 2020
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4.2
Placements 4 Infrastructure 4 Faculty & Course Curriculum 4 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 4
Our college provides decent infrastructure and is worth of money with good placement records.

Placements: Around 70% of the students get placed from college. The highest salary package offered is around 12 LPA, whereas the average salary package offered is 5 LPA. Top visiting companies Of our college are Bajaj, Wipro, SBI, etc. Around 80% of the student got internships from college.

Infrastructure: Our college is composed of good infrastructure. There is a library, computer lab, research lab, music room, and a cafeteria. We also have a small stationery, common room and good hostel rooms.

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Deepak Prajapati | B.A. LL.B. - Batch of 2021
Reviewed on 18 Mar 2018
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3.0
Placements 3 Infrastructure 3 Faculty & Course Curriculum 3 Crowd & Campus Life 2 Value for Money 4
It does not have much-experienced faculty members, but they are so efficiently doing their job.

Placements: In our college, the placements are quite good. In this year around 30 students got placed out of 50 students who sat in the placements. The package is not high this time. The highest package is of 10 lakhs LPA, and the minimum placement was set on a package of 4 LPA. In our batch, around 25 students get internships through college placement cell. The placement cell is helping us in maintaining our CV and the format of CV. We have placement cell which has five members from each batch except the f...

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Ramesh Kumar | B.A. LL.B. - Batch of 2021
Reviewed on 8 Feb 2018
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3.0
Placements 3 Infrastructure 3 Faculty & Course Curriculum 2 Crowd & Campus Life 4 Value for Money 3
College is good and provides lots of opportunities to the students. Placement is not that high here.

Placements: In 2014, at least 42 out of 80 got placed. Many companies and firms visit this college annually. In 2015, it went down to 32. The main firms which came to college are icici, Howden, Bajaj, etc. The maximum placement is Rs. 15 Lakhs and the average is Rs. 6 Lakhs, while the lowest is Rs. 4 lakhs per annum. Of those who for the placement, 90 percent of the people got selected or placed here. Mainly, people go in the corporate sector and firms. At least, 95% of the people do their internship in fir...

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Army Institute of Law Highlights
  • Ranked 12th among Best colleges in India and 2nd in the northern region by India Today Nielson Survey 2018
  • Ranked 18th among All India Top Law Colleges, 4th among All India Top Private Colleges,2nd Top Private Colleges in North Zone by The Week- Hansa Research Survey, 2018
  • Ranked 4th among Top Law Schools of Eminence and 2nd among Top Law Schools of State Punjab by GHRDC Law School Survey,2018
  • Ranked 3rd among Top Private Colleges Category by Careers 360,2018
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The army institute of law in mohali, can I get admission in this college with the help of my percentage in 12 class of CBSE?

Reply to Lalita Chaudhary

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Piyush Tripathi

Guide-Level 12

a month ago

The admissions in AIL Mohali are done through the following streams. 1. Admission to 60 seats for wards of army personnel will be done through an entrance test (Online LET) conducted by AIL under the aegis of AWES. 2. Admission to 04 seats in the All India Category will also through the same entr...The admissions in AIL Mohali are done through the following streams.
1. Admission to 60 seats for wards of army personnel will be done through an entrance test (Online LET) conducted by AIL under the aegis of AWES.
2. Admission to 04 seats in the All India Category will also through the same entrance test.
3. Candidates for both Army and All India Category will be called for counselling as per merit in the written exam. Admission will be granted only if the candidate is found eligible on the day of counselling.
4. Admission to 16 seats in the Punjab Category will be based on 10+2 merits, drawn up by the nominated university as per the notification issued by the government of Punjab. So if you are from Punjab then you can get admission to the asked college on the basis of 12th marks.

17222247
Diwakar Goel

Scholar-Level 16

2 years ago

Hi,The admissions in AIL Mohali are done through the following streams. 1. Admission to 60 seats for wards of army personnel will be done through entrance test (Online LET) conducted by AIL under the aegis of AWES. 2. Admission to 04 seats in the All India Category will also through the same entr...Hi,
The admissions in AIL Mohali are done through the following streams.
1. Admission to 60 seats for wards of army personnel will be done through entrance test (Online LET) conducted by AIL under the aegis of AWES.
2. Admission to 04 seats in the All India Category will also through the same entrance test.
3. Candidates for both Army and All India Category will be called for counseling as per merit in the written exam. Admission will be granted only if the candidate is found eligible on the day of counseling.
4. Admission to 16 seats in the Punjab Category will be based on 10+2 merits, drawn up by the nominated university as per the notification issued by the government. Of Punjab. So if you are from Punjab then you can get admission in asked college on the basis of class 12th marks.

Does army institute of law entrance exam contain static legal knowledge or principle based questions?

Reply to rohit kumar

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k s

Beginner-Level 1

a month ago

Yes, it contains Legal Reasoning but not that deep you should know upper things about it.

What is the Syllabus for Army institute of law entrance test 2021.

Reply to Anuradha Malik

k

k s

Beginner-Level 1

3 months ago

Similar to the CLAT syllabus. Maths, English, legal aptitude, logical reasoning, general knowledge.

Does AIL offer students entry on the basis of CLAT rank? If not, when will the exams of session 2022 of army law institute be conducted?

Reply to KHUSHI VERMA 12C

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Dinesh upadhyay

Guide-Level 13

4 months ago

AIL offers admission on basis of AILET entrance conducted by AIL.

What will be the perfect number to score in army law college mohali plzz tell me.

Reply to PIYUSH PARASHAR

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Priya Chaudhary

Beginner-Level 1

a year ago

Even if you are from Army background you can't get into AIL with just 70 marks because I scored 110 last year (2020) and couldn't get into it. PS - I'm from army background. So all you need is minimum 120 marks or higher than this.

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pradeep kumar

Scholar-Level 18

a year ago

Admission to 60 seats for wards of army personnel will be done through entrance test (Online LET) conducted by AIL under the aegis of AWES. Admission to 04 seats in the All India Category will also through the same entrance test. Candidates for both Army and All India Category will be called for ...Admission to 60 seats for wards of army personnel will be done through entrance test (Online LET) conducted by AIL under the aegis of AWES. Admission to 04 seats in the All India Category will also through the same entrance test. Candidates for both Army and All India Category will be called for counseling as per merit in the written exam. Admission will be granted only if the candidate is found eligible on the day of counseling. Admission to 16 seats in the Punjab Category will be based on 10+2 merits, drawn up by the nominated university as per the notification issued by government. Of Punjab. Basic eligibility criteria of B.A. LL.B. : A candidate who has passed 10+2 examination from Punjab School Education Board or any other equivalent examination recognised as such by the Punjabi University, Patiala, securing at least 45% marks. The following are the expected cutoff scores for the AIL LET 2021 exam:
1. Candidates from Army background : 65 to 70
2. Civilian candidates : 130 to 135.

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