Updated On - October 25th 2021, Updated By - Lokesh Sharma

PhD in Law

The student who has secured a master's degree is eligible to get admission to this Ph.D. degree. The main aim of this course is to help both parts of civil law and criminology. Candidates have many options to pursue a Ph.D. Law in cyber and corporate law and according to the various specialization.
The duration of this course is two years, and admission to this course is based on the merit list & entrance examination.

Law Courses Ph.D. in India

CourseLaw in Ph.D 
Course Duration 2 years 
Eligibility Criteria Master degree 
Admission Entrance Examination or Merit List 

M.Phil. (Law)

this course duration is 2 years. The eligibility required for selection procedure is graduation with 50% marks.  The admission will be done after the counselling process. The fees for hole program which is Rs  15000 to  1 Lakh. Top jobs facilities for students after completing the program such as Public Prosecutor, Lawyer, Civil Judge, Oath Commissioner, Academician, Legal Consultant etc.

Doctor of Philosophy in Law

which is complete in 2 years. The semesters are divided into 4 parts. Applicants must secure their master degree certificate for the selection process. The admission will be done after the entrance test. The average amount of this course Rs 40,000 to 4 Lacs. After completing the course students get many jobs opportunity in the market such as Lawyer, Judge, Notary, Oath administrator, etc.

Doctor of Laws [LL.D.]

It is a 3 years course. The admission will be done after the entrance test. Students must bring their master degree certificate according to the eligibility criteria. The approximation fees for this course are INR 5500 to 5.5 lacs after complete this course there is various job opportunity has in the field of law. 

Course  DurationCourse TypeFees
M.Phil. (Law)2 yearsDoctorate/M.Phil5500 To 1 Lacs
Doctor of Philosophy in Law2 yearsDoctorate/M.Phil40,800 to 4.5 lakhs
Doctor of Laws [LL.D.]3 yearsDoctorate/M.Phil 5500 To 5.5Lacs

PhD in Law eligibility

  • For admission in PhD in Law course, the interested students must fulfil the eligibility criteria announced by the university or the institute during the admission procedure. 
  • Most universities prefer students with a Master's degree or M.Phil degree in any of the related subjects. 
  • The candidate should have scored a minimum of 50% aggregate marks in their master's degree course. 
  • The candidate is also required to clear the entrance exam taken by the university for admission purposes. 
  • Some universities even ask for group discussions or personal interview sessions for admission purposes.

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