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Lloyd Law College offers a unique opportunity to study law with a nation-wide academic reputation. The college endeavors towards bringing social, political and economic change with the help of law. It can be achieved only with professionals who are committed to the aforementioned objectives and have a keen interest in the field of law. The faculty members and staff at Lloyd are well experienced and committed to the study of law. The courses have been designed to cater to a holistic development of students. The College has attempted to create a balance course structure with a fine combination of curricular schedule and co-curricular activities. The various Centers regularly organize competitions and training programs to inculcate professional skills in the students. The College aims towards shaping the students into skilled and hard working professionals.

The College offers BA. LL.B integrated program as a part of its undergraduate program. The Integrated program aims to get lawyers ‘industry-ready’. The integrated degree is a modern approach to legal education. In an integrated course, a student covers two courses under one academic program, one in arts and another in law. In integrated law course, the initial 2 years of study deals with the basic subjects of that course i.e arts and in the last three years legal subjects dominates the curriculum.

Admission to the B.A.LL.B.-5 Year Integrated program is made strictly on merit based on the performance of students in the Lloyd entrance test 'LET' & personal interview of the student.

To be eligible for admission in the program, the candidate should:

  • Obtained a minimum of 60% in 10+2 or a score on the National Entrance Exam, such as the CLAT, LSAT-India, AILET, BHU, GGSIPU, JAMIA, AMU, and others.
  • Each candidate's test score will be cut down to a maximum of 50 marks per candidate. For example, the candidate's score of 150 on the CLAT will be reduced to 50 points (1/3) of the candidate's score.
  • Candidates who are appearing in class 12 or have a score below 60% must apply for the Lloyd Online Test to be considered for the final phase of selection, i.e. personal interview.

Documents required at the time of personal interview;

  • 10th Mark Sheet/Certificate (Photocopy & original),
  • 12th Mark Sheet/Certificate (Photocopy & Original),
  • Residence Proof,
  • Category Certificate (SC/ST/OBC/EWS); and
  • Six passport-size recent photographs


  • Total Seats: 330, i.e. 300 seats for Reserved/unreserved category and 30 seats for EWS

Admission Process

Admission to BA.LL.B is made through screening at three levels which are as follows:

  • National Entrance Exam (CLAT, LSAT-India, AILET, BHU, GGSIPU, JAMIA, or AMU, etc.)
  • Personal Interview
  • Merit


What is BA.LLB Course?

BA LLB is a 5-year integrated course in the field of law.

Who can apply for BA LLB Course?

Any student who has passed their twelfth grade (10+2) with at least 45% marks in aggregate for General Category & 42% marks in aggregate for SC/ST Category can apply for BA.LLB programme.

Is CLAT necessary for BA.LLB Admission?

CLAT is an added advantage for a candidate to avail scholarship but it is not a mandate. Students have to appear for Lloyd Personal Interview Round to get admission.

Which are the top recruiters for BA.LLB?

Khaitan & Co, Luthra & Luthra Law Offices, DSK Legal, AZB & Partners, etc., are a few top legal recruiters for BA.LLB.

What are the main subjects in BA.LLB?

The main subjects in BA.LLB are Constitutional Law, Political Science, Criminal Law and Law of Contract.

Is Lloyd Law College approved by the Bar Council of India?

Yes, Lloyd Law College is recognized and approved by the Bar Council of India.

How many years of BA.LLB are there?

BA.LLB course is a 5-year integrated law degree.

Can law be pursued in distance learning?

No, Lloyd does not provide distance learning programmes. A student needs to attend the classes physically in order to acquire the degree.

Can a student benefit from a previous year CLAT score?

No, only current year CLAT scores are considered.

Can a student get direct admission?

Yes, students with a twelfth (10+2) percentage of 90% and above or a CLAT Rank up to 8,000 can get a direct admission.

What is the scope of BALLB?

After pursuing BALLB a student has plenty of opportunities in private law firms, legal chambers, court, government agencies, and many others.

What all scholarships does the college provide?

The college provides scholarships to the students based on their merit and CLAT/LSAT score.

Does college have its own hostel?

Yes the college has its own hostel, separate for boys and girls.

How much placement does the college ensure?

The college ensures 90% placements to the students based on their performance and market demands in the current year.

Does the college provide Moot Court Practical?

Yes, Lloyd Moot Court Society aims at developing legal research skills of the students so that they can think on their feet while delivering legal reasoning.

What are the other key attractions in the curriculum of BALLB?

The college has specific Incubation Centers namely Lloyd Moot Court Society, Lloyd Debate Society, Lloyd Trial Advocacy, Lloyd CLP Centre, Let’s Talk, Lloyd Drama Club, Lloyd Centre of Learning and Development.

Are there any additional courses provided to the students?

Yes, Lloyd offers online Diploma courses and short-term certificate courses on topics of global and national relevance. The courses are offered in association with the industry experts.

Duration of the Course and Semester System:

The BA.LL.B Programme is a five year course. Each academic year is divided into two semesters. The odd semesters range from July to December and the even semesters from February to June.