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Colleges Accepting LSAT India 2020 Scores/ Ranks

Subhashri RoyUpdated On: 31 Mar, 2020 09:52 IST

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LSAT India 2020 Participating Colleges

LSAT India will take place in offline mode on 17th May 2020 and LSAT India 2020 scores will be accepted by LSAT India participating colleges. In order to know which all institutes will be offering admissions, candidates can go through the list of LSAT India 2020 participating institutes. By checking the list of LSAT India participating institutes 2020, candidates can choose which is the most appropriate college for them. Candidates who will be taking admission into any one of the participating institutes of LSAT 2020 must note that there are more than 50 law colleges in overall India that will be offering admission to all the deserving law aspirants on the basis of their LSAT India 2020 ranks/scores.

Candidates appearing for the exam must know that LSAT India 2020 participating institutes are the colleges that will accept the LSAT India scores. There are various participating institutes all over India that accept LSAT India scores. Once the result of LSAT India 2020 is released, the participating institutes of LSAT India will have their respective LSAT India cut-off and on the basis of the cut-off candidates will be shortlisted for admission. After checking the LSAT India 2020 result and LSAT India 2020 cut-off, candidates can check the list of LSAT India 2020 participating colleges where they can take admission. Here, candidates can take a look at the list of the participating institutes of LSAT India 2020 that have been mentioned on the basis of top law colleges accepting LSAT India 2020 scores.

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Colleges Accepting LSAT 2020 Scores in India

Before taking the entrance exam, candidates must check the list of the participating colleges that accept LSAT India 2020 scores. Some of the popular LSAT India 2020 participating colleges are listed below:

Name of the College or Institute


OP Jindal Global University

Sonepat, Haryana

School of Law, Gitam University

Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh

School of Law, Noida International School

Gautam Budh Nagar, UP

School of Law, Ansal University


School of Law, Sharda university

Greater Noida, UP

VIT Law School


School of Law, Galgotias University

Greater Noida, UP

Chotanagpur Law College


The ICFAI Law School, The ICFAI Foundation for Higher Education


ICFAI University, Jaipur


GD Goenka University


Faculty of Law, ADAMAS University


JECRC University


Faculty of Law, Marwadi University

Rajkot, Gujarat

ISBR Law College


PES University


Presidency University, School of Law


Bennett University (Times of India Group)

Greater Noida, UP

SVKM’s NMIMS Institute of Law


Saveetha Unversity School of Law


Jaipur School of Law, Maharaj Vinayak Global University


N.A. Global Law School


REVA University


Indore Institute of Law


RNBGU School of Law

Bikaner, Rajasthan

Faculty of Law, SGT University


Faculty of Law, SRM University

Sonepat, Haryana

Raffles School of Law, Raffles University

Neemrana, Jaipur, Jodhpur

 IFIM Law School


Lovely Professional University

Phagwara, Punjab

CMR Law School


School of Law, Jagran Lakecity University


BMS College of Law


Haldia Law College

Haldia, West Bengal

Jai Hind Defence College Of Law


Sardar Patel Subharti Institute of Law


Siddhartha Law College


Institute of Law/ AISECT University


College of Legal Studies (UPES)


Faculty of Law, ICFAI University


JSS Law College


KLE Society’s Law College


MATS Law School


NCU Law School


ICFAI University, Sikkim


IIMT - Greater Noida

Greater Noida

Amity Manesar


Alliance School Of Law, Alliance University


Auro University School of Law


Azim Premji University


Asian Law College


Important Points to Remember

  • After the declaration of LSAT India 2020 results, the participating colleges will publish their LSAT India cut-off scores.

  • Candidates who meet the LSAT India cut-off scores will be shortlisted for the selection rounds.

  • Every law school/ participating institute will have its own admission procedure and criteria.

How to Choose a College

To choose one of a college from the LSAT India 2020 participating colleges, there are a few parameters that candidates should keep in mind before finalizing a college. The pointers are mentioned below:

College’s Ranking:

It is very important to check a college’s ranking where one wants to apply. The top ranking colleges will have everything in place-from the infrastructure to the faculty.

Accreditation and Affiliation:

It is important for the candidates to check if a particular institute is accredited and affiliated by acknowledged authorities. Accredited colleges have better job prospects.

Campus Placements:

This is one of the main reasons why a candidate opts for a particular college. For this, it is important to look into the placement process of the college before finalizing it.

Basic Facilities and Infrastructure:

Candidates should evaluate the infrastructure and basic facilities offered by the college and the campus area before taking admission into it.

Successful Alumni Stories:

Alumni’s success stories also have an important role to play in evaluating the reputation of a college. Candidates should read about the alumni placement record of the college they are aiming at.

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