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    Jindal Global Law School (JGLS), Sonipat, Haryana

    JGLS in Sonipat, established in the year 2009 is India’s first global law college. It is the flagship institution of Jindal Global University. Global Law School is situated in a huge 54 acre state of the art residential campus. Jindal Global Law School is affiliated with the private university, Jindal Global University (JGU). Jindal Global University is a non-profit organisation approved by UGC. JGLS is also affiliated to Bar Council of India (BCI), which makes its law courses acceptable to the Indian market. The vision of JGU is to promote law courses, curriculum, research, collaborations, and interactions on a global scale with a team of renowned global faculty. Students at JGLS undergo compulsory courses and can choose from an unparalleled array of electives. Through practical training papers students will be able to acquire skills required to undertake their careers in law and justice. Different research practices are also put in place for students so that the students get a good exposure in writing research papers and participate at debates and other Research activities even on global platform.

    The well experienced faculty members can provide their knowledge to the students for inter-disciplinary approach towards legal education. These faculty members are chosen from famous Universities like Harward Law School, Yale Law School, Stanford Law School, University of Oxford and University of Cambridge.

    Courses offered by JGLS, Sonipat

    Five Year B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) Programme
    Three Year LL.B. Programme
    Two Year LL.M. Programme
    • International Trade Law
    • Corporate and Financial Law
    • Intellectual Property Rights

    Admission Process in JGLS, Sonipat

    For applying to the five Year B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) integrated programme, applications should pass 10+2 examination or equivalent with more than 50% aggregate marks. For the other three year LL.B. programme, the applicant must have Bachelor’s degree in any subject with not less than 50% aggregate marks. However for their Two Year LL.M. programe the applicant must have passed either three year LL.B. or five year B.A. LL.B integrated course with not less than 50% aggregate marks. Admission to courses is done through LSAT, an entrance exam conducted in major cities across India. There are exam centres abroad too.

    Infrastructure of JGLS, Sonipat

    The college which is spread across 54 acres of green land consists of modern facilities for teaching. The course offers internationally benchmarked quality assurance systems. Library is extensive with volumes of books from international and Indian law, constitution and even new areas like IPR and contract management. Books and other periodicals and magazines are available in print and electronic format. Students get a good interaction with the faculties through exchange programmes conducted by the college. There are even programs done in collaboration with global law universities. They have a globally networked career development and placement division, which helps students to find career opportunities with law firms, corporate and other government bodies too. JGLS has ten different research centres in different legal and policy making related areas. As a whole the college provides a global environment for the individual growth of the students. More over the college has excellent hostel facilities and it is a green campus too. College offers scholarships to students of high caliber for undertaking research and higher studies in the field of law.

    Contact details of JGLS, Sonipat

    Address: JGLS, Sonipat Narela Road, Near Jagdishpur Village, Sonipat, Haryana - 131 001
    Phone number: +91 - 130 - 3057800 / 801 / 802 / 803 / 804 / 805

    Website of JGLS, Sonipat

    Website URL: http://www.jgls.org/





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