Jindal Global Law School to close first round of applications on January 10 with LSAT-India registration deadline

Students aiming for study at JGLS should register and take the LSAT-India Test. Registrations for LSAT-India closes on January 10, while the exam itself is scheduled on January 20 and January 21, 2024.
O.P. Jindal Global University
O.P. Jindal Global University

The first round of applications to Jindal Global Law School (JGLS) for the Academic Year 2024-25 for admission to the five-year Integrated LLB (BCom LLB, BBA LLB and BA LLB Hons) and three-year LLB degree will close on January 10, 2024 once the LSAT-India registrations are over.

LSAT-India is a mandatory test for admission to JGLS.

Aspiring law students aiming for entry into these coveted programmes of JGLS can register for the LSAT-India Test till January 10, 2024.

The Entrance Exam, the LSAT--India Test is scheduled on January 20 and 21, 2024.

Up to 75 percent of the intake at JGLS is through LSAT-India January Test 

Professor (Dr.) C Raj Kumar, Founding Vice Chancellor of O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU) and Founding Dean of Jindal Global Law School (JGLS), unveiled plans to potentially admit up to 75 percent of JGLS's intake based on the LSAT—India January 2024 exam, marking a departure from conventional practices. 

Commending LSAC and Pearson VUE for their foresight, Professor Kumar emphasizes the significance of the LSAT—India Test's dual administration, scheduled in January and May 2024.

"This timeline is designed to alleviate pressure on students concurrently preparing for their 12th board exams," he said.

Early Admission Process at Jindal Global Law School 

Professor Anand Prakash Mishra, Director of Law Admissions at O.P. Jindal Global University and Associate Dean of JGLS underscored the merit of an early admission process, offering students a conducive environment for focused preparation and a composed approach to their impending 12th board exams.

He elucidates five compelling reasons for aspirants to take the LSAT-India January 2024 Test:

A. Enhanced Admission Prospects 

Opting for the January Test doubles the likelihood of securing admission, allowing candidates to refine their performance in the subsequent May Test in case they do not qualify in the January exam.

B. Early Seat Reservation: 

Success in the January Test secures a coveted seat at JGLS ahead of the 12th Board Exams, providing students with peace of mind during this critical period.

C. Take the Test Online from your home 

The LSAT—India Test is an AI-enabled Online, Remote-Proctored Test, and is lauded for its accessibility, permitting candidates to undertake the examination from the comfort of their homes. You do not need to travel to a centre, etc.

D. Scholarship Opportunities Doubles for January Test Takers 

All the students who secure LSAT-India Test score above 80 percentile score up to 99.99 or 100 percentile are eligible to receive scholarships ranging from 10 percent, 25 percent, 50 percent and up to 75 percent of tuition fees. Those who take the January Test have an opportunity to improve their score in the May Test and qualify in a higher scholarship range. The higher of the two scores is considered for a scholarship award if a student writes both January and May Tests. The University has revised the annual parental limit to ₹ 50 lakhs this year as eligibility to apply for scholarships.

E. One Test for Multiple Law Programmes 

LSAT-India Test is accepted for one year LLM as well as three-year BA degree programs of Jindal Global Law School. This is also accepted by various other law schools in the country. One entrance exam opens doors for multiple institutions and programs.

About Jindal Global Law School 

Recent accolades position JGLS as the preeminent Law School in India and South Asia. According to the QS World University Ranking By Subject Law 2023, where only two Indian institutions find place, JGLS is the only Indian Law School to be ranked among Top 100 law schools of the world for three consecutive years, 2021, 2022 and 2023. The institution offers a spectrum of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, including the five-year BCom/ BA/ BBA LLB Hons., three-year LLB, one-year LLM, three-year BA in Legal Studies, and three-year BA in Criminology and Criminal Justice. All academic programs accept LSAT—India Test Score for admission and scholarships.

About LSAT-India Test

Commencing in 2009, the LSAT-India Test is owned by the Law School Admissions Council (LSAC) in the USA and administered in India through their affiliate, Pearson VUE.

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