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Patia, Bhubaneswar 751024. Orissa, INDIA.
Patia, Bhubaneswar 751024. Orissa, INDIA.
Ph.no.- +91 674 2725440
Ph.no.- +91 674 2725440

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TBC: This college was founded in YEAR by FOUNDER. Keep it somewhat brief.


KIIT LAW SCHOOL Campus 16, KIIT UNIVERSITY, Patia, Bhubaneswar 751024. Orissa, INDIA. Ph.no.- +91 674 2725440


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Facts & Figures[edit]

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To join KIIT LAW SCHOOL one has to go through its entrance exam i.e. KIITEE. Its form is available in its official website www.kls.ac.in

Further details about its admission is available in its website. Please visit it.



TBC: How many hostel rooms are there? What is the state of the facilities?

Library and Reading Room[edit]

The Collection of the KLS Library consists of general and special subjects which includes text books, reference books, journals, back volume of journals and reports, standards, and patents etc. is regarded as one of the richest collections in the state in the field of Legal studies. This vast reservoir of knowledge, on a conservative estimate, is worth almost Rs.5(five) crores. The Library currently receives over twenty number of periodicals/ law journals/law reports . The few important ones are:

US Supreme Court Reports (from its inception to 2005), All India Reports (from 1925 to till date), All England Reports (1558 to till date), All England Reports: Annual Review (1982 to 2007), Supreme Court Cases (1969 to till date), Halsbury's Law of England(1975 to 1998), Halsbury's Law of India.(2001 to 2009), Criminal law Review(1954 to 2008), Law Quarterly Review(1885 to 2008), Harvard Law Review(1887 to 2006), Journal of Indian Law Institute and many more.

IT Infrastructure[edit]

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Extra Curricular Activities[edit]


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Student Activities[edit]

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Seminars and Conferences[edit]


Academia and faculty[edit]

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Journals and publications[edit]

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Subjects available[edit]

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TBC: How many alumni approximately does the college have? Is there a formal and organised network?

Notable alumni[edit]

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