• Step 1: The application form available on the website has to be filled in if the candidate is eligible for applying to the course. For that, the candidate will have to get registered with the college first.
• Step 2: Once the user is verified, the application form can be filled in and submitted.
For their UG programmes, they take 120 students in each course, which is further divided into two sections.
The NIRF ranking of Bharath Institute of Higher Education and Research in the overall category is 87, and it is ranked at the 59th position among universities in the year 2020.
The national assessment and accreditation council accredits Bharath Institute of Law as an A grade college. In addition, they have the title of the "Best Globalized Higher Education Institution".
They have been ranked as the Best Private University of the year 2016 and have a AAA rating by Careers360.
For Five years BBA, LL. B. (Hons.) and B.Com., LLB, and three-year LL. B. (Hons.) the total fees per year is ₹ 1,50,000 for domestic students. The first semester costs ₹ 75,000 along with ₹ 10,000 as an admission fee.
For NRI students, the tuition fee is $4000 per annum. In addition, they have to make a one-time payment towards a development fee of $1000 as well as an application fee of $100. The overhead expenses include a special fee of ₹30,000 per annum, an amenities fee of ₹2,000 per annum, and ₹2,000 per annum for the course materials. And the Bar Council Inspection Fee of ₹ 500 also has to be paid by the NRI candidates.
Over 85% of the students studying at Bharat Institute of Law are offered an internship at notable companies. The placement opportunities are excellent, and the college faculty works towards the betterment of the students. The placement cell of the college also works very hard for the future of all the students. MNCs and technical companies usually visit the college to hire graduating students.
The cut-offs vary every year, and to apply to the college the student has to meet the eligibility criteria. The 10 + 2 marks are taken into consideration for graduate programmes, and for the postgraduate programs the CGPA of the preceding degree is taken into consideration.
All of the Bharat Institute of Law faculty members are highly qualified, and that surely benefits the students to gain adequate knowledge through their course. They provide excellent industry exposure to the students. All the teachers are very professional, and their experience in the field of law reflects in their teaching.
The Institute offers 12 NRI seats out of the 120 seats in the BA, LL. B. (Hons.) course, BBA, LL. B. (Hons.) programme, as well as B.Com., LL. B. (Hons.) program every year. In the post-graduate degree course which is the three-year LL. B., 18 seats out of the 180 seats are secured for international and NRI students. They have a separate fee structure for international students.