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LSAT—India entrance exam enlists six times more schools than last year

The entrance examination LSAT—India, which is trying to position itself as an alternative and possible replacement of the Common Law Admissions Test (CLAT), has grown from being accepted by four Indian law schools last year to 25 colleges this year.

Last year the test was accepted by Jindal Global Law School (JGLS), Sonipat, Law College Dehradun, MATS Law School Raipur and The ICFAI Law School Dehradun but this year the entrance test has added 21 further colleges to its roster (see list below).

The Law School Admission Test—India (LSAT—India) conducted by Pearson VUE is set to take place on 30 April in 17 cities.

The incumbent dominant entrance exam, the CLAT, is accepted by 11 national law schools and was taken by 17,300 law school aspirants last year. This year the CLAT, which is run by NUJS Kolkata, will take place in May and will distribute materials through the post office network and tweak the exam questions in order to promote law school diversity.

LSAT—India colleges:

  • Bharat Law College, jaipur
  • Bishop Cotton Womens College Bangalore
  • Central India Law College, Nagpur
  • Durgapur Institute of leagal studies, Durgapur
  • IIMT Law College Meerut
  • IIT Kharagpur
  • Indira Priyadarshini College Bangalore
  • Inst. Of Law & Research Faridabad
  • ITM Law School, Gurgaon
  • Jagannath University Law School, jaipur
  • Jai Hind Defence Law College, Bhopal
  • Janhit College of Law, Noida
  • Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat
  • Jodhpur National University, Jodhpur
  • JSS Law College, Mysore
  • KLE Bangalore
  • KLE Belgaum
  • KLE Hubli
  • MATS Law School Raipur
  • NLC Ahmedanagar
  • Oxford College of Law Bangalore
  • Sardar Patel Subharti University, Meerut
  • Siddhartha College of Law Mumbai
  • Sri Vaishnav College of Law, Indore
  • UPES, Dehradun
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