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Army Institute of Law, Mohali

The Army Institute of Law (AIL) was founded in July 1999. It was established under the auspices of Army Welfare Education Society. The Law Institute was inaugurated by Lieutenant General H.B. Kala, PVSM, SC, AVSM and erstwhile GOC-in-C HQ Western Command on 15 July 1999. Later on the institute shifted to its permanent location at Sector-68, Mohali on 21st July 2003. The Army Institute of Law was inaugurated by His Excellency Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, then President of India on December 1st, 2003.

The Institute offers a five-year degree course in law. The admission is primarily for the wards of serving and ex-servicemen of Army. Nonetheless, 20 % seats are available for civilians too. Out of the above percentage of seats, 15 % seats are reserved for Punjab Residents and 5 % for All India Civil Category. The law school has an impressive architecture structure in the environs of Punjab and Haryana High Court. The campus of AIL consists of:

  • Administrative offices
  • Moot court room
  • Class rooms with modern teaching aids
  • Seminar room
  • Roomy library with e-library section
  • Computer lab with leased line internet connectivity
  • Conference hall
  • Faculty rooms with LAN and internet
  • Audio-visual aids hall
  • State-of-the-art multipurpose hall
  • Generator room
  • Gymnasium
  • MI room
  • Cafe house
  • CSD counter

The above said facilities are provided by the law school with the intention of maintaining international standard of education. The law school has been affiliated to Punjab University, Patiala and approved by the Bar Council of India. The institute offers a five-year B.A. LLB Degree Course consisting of 10 semesters. The degree course incorporates knowledge of social science including:

  • Sociology
  • Political Science
  • Literature
  • History
  • Economics

Each academic year includes 2 semesters respectively. Students will be awarded with degree only after successful completion of 3 years study and full 5 years degree course. The teaching methodology of AIL encompasses:

  • Seminars
  • Participative classroom teaching
  • Extension lectures, assignments
  • Project presentations
  • Guided library sessions
  • Clinical legal work
  • Computer application
  • Moot courts exercise

The Army Institute of Law has introduced complementary compulsory subjects in first two years with the purpose of inculcating ethical and moral values. It's mandatory for students to have passed these subjects for being eligible to appear in the semester examination. No candidate is allowed to take the semester exam in any circumstances until he/she clears the above said compulsory papers.

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