MIT-WPU, School of Law, Pune

MIT-WPU is one of the prestigious institutions in India. Since its inception, the university has been the epicentre for imparting value-based education and promotes peace and welfare among the youth. MIT Group of Institutions has not expanded with 10+ campuses across India, providing student-centric environment and state-of-the-art infrastructure. The university foresees to become a centre of excellence for studies in different fields. Also, the university promotes world peace by providing holistic education that not just enables students to become professional in their chosen fields but contribute to the society and its development. With its extensive curriculum, the university trains young minds with competent skills as well as eternal human values to promote world peace as global citizens.
Courses Offered
Mentioned below are the details of the courses offered by MIT-WPU School of Law.
Courses Offered
5 years
3 years
Faculty & Staff
The university has a highly-proficient faculty of qualified and competent professionals from the legal fraternity, academics and solicitors that have been taking the legacy of MIT-WPU forward by imparting holistic value-based education to the aspiring students. The guest faculty also include eminent lawyers and academicians, who pass on the practical knowledge and share their experience with the students to expose them to the operations of the legal system. However, with the best faculty and guest faculty, the university is producing proficient leaders of tomorrow.
Admission Procedure
The selection process for the law programs at the institute are based on the qualifying score of CLAT/MH-CET Law/LSAT-India or UGPET (conducted by MIT-WPU) followed by a personal interview. However, candidates having a qualifying score of CLAT/LSAT-India/MH-CET are exempted from appearing for UGPET.
Eligibility Criteria
The candidate must have passed 10+2 or equivalent from a recognised board with a minimum of 50% (in case of candidates belonging to reserved categories, 45% is the minimum score).
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