Updated On : August 25, 2022
The Indian Law Institute (ILI) is a prestigious law school in New Delhi that was founded in 1956. The institute was founded with the intention of promoting and undertaking legal research. A one-year LLM programme is offered by ILI. The Indian Law Institute Common Admission Test is used to determine admission to the LLM program at ILI (ILICAT).
The official notification for ILICAT 2022 is expected to be released soon. This article talks about ILI LLM Seat Intake and Reservation among other details. The Candidates seeking to apply for ILI’s LLM Program must apply only through online mode. Once the official notification is released by ILI, the application will be made available online at www.ili.ac.in
The ILI LLM Seats intake for admission into the 1 year LLM Program is decided each year by ILI. The same is indicated via the official notification and the subsequent prospectus issued by ILI. The notification cum Prospectus for ILICAT 2022 has not yet been released.
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As per the prospectus issued by ILI for the academic year 2021-2022, the ILI LLM Seat Intake for the 1 year LLM program at ILI was set at 39. However, ILI has made an exception for students with a Jammu & Kashmir (J&K) domicile and Foreign Students by adding two supernumerary each for the students falling under this category.
That is in case of any student with a Jammu & Kashmir (J&K) domicile or a foreign student qualifying ILICAT, ILI will consider admitting such a candidate above & over the 39 seat intake. The maximum ILI LLM Seat Intake in such a scenario is fixed at 40 – one each for students with a Jammu & Kashmir (J&K) Domicile and Foreign Student.
ILI announces seat reservation for SC/ST/OBC/PwD/Economic weaker section and Jammu & Kashmir migrants or Wards of Jammu & Kashmir migrants based on the guidelines issued by the Government of India for Institutions of Higher Education from time to time.
The following reservation of seats was announced through the Prospectus issued by ILI for the academic year of 2021-2022.
|Seat Reservation Category||Percentage/Seats|
|ST||7 ½ %|
|OBC (Non-Creamy Layer)||27%|
|Persons with Disabilities||5%|
|Jammu & Kashmir Students||2 Supernumerary Seats|
|Kashmiri Migrants/Wards of Kashmiri Migrants||1 Seat|
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15% of the total number of seats for the 1 year LLM program are reserved for candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes. For candidates belonging to the Scheduled Tribes 7 ½% of the total number of seats for the 1 year LLM program are set aside.
All and any unfulfilled seats reserved for candidates belonging to the Scheduled Castes will be considered as reserved for the candidate belonging to the Scheduled Tribes and vice versa. The candidates seeking reservation have to attach appropriate certificates with the ILICAT application form.
For candidates belonging to the Other Backward Classes 27% of the total number of seats allocated for the 1 year LLM Program are reserved. The students applying for reservation under the OBC category have to submit a Non Creamy Layer declaration and undertaking along with the ILI LLM application form.
The LLM Seat Reservation for Persons with Benchmark Disabilities (not less than 40% of a specified disability as mentioned in the Rights of Persons with Disability Act, 2016) is set at 5% of the total number of seats.
To avail reservation under this category the student is to furnish a certificate from a Government Authorized Agency specifying that the applicant is fit to pursue LLM.
Based on the guidelines issued by the University Grants Commission (UGC), two supernumerary seats have been set aside in the LLM program for admitting students coming from the state of Jammu & Kashmir.
Also read: ILI LLM Preparation Books 2022
In the LLM programme, one seat is reserved for Kashmiri Migrants or Wards of Kashmiri Migrants. This reservation is also extended to be made applicable to Kashmiri Pandits/Kashmiri Hindu Families (Non-Migrants) who are residents of the Kashmir Valley. Additionally, a relaxation of 10% in the requisite qualifying marks is also granted for applicants falling under this category.
Based on the notification issued by MHRD so as to ensure the implementation of the 103rd Constitutional Amendment, ILI increased 10% of the general category seats for the academic year 2021-2022. ILI plans on focusing on the full implementation of the reservation for Economically Weaker Sections in a phased manner.
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