All India Admission Test


The admission to One Year LLM programme shall be based on merit decided on the basis of an All India Admission Test conducted specifically for this purpose, with the object of testing aptitude for teaching/research, legal reasoning, and comprehension/basic legal knowledge.

1. Eligibility Criteria

No student shall be eligible for admission to LL.M. One-Year programme unless he/she has passed in the examination conducted by a University leading to the award of LL.B.

2. Admission Procedure:

  • Admissions shall made on the basis of the merit list prepared after the declaration of result of the Entrance Examination known as ALL INDIA ADMISSION TEST (AIAT) to be conducted on 21st June 2015 to 19th July 2015 between 11.00 a.m. to 02.00 p.m in Faculty of Law, Shree Guru Gobind Singh Tricentenary (SGT) University – 122505, Budhera, Gurgaon (Haryana).
  • The candidates seeking admission will have to get themselves registered with the Faculty of Law, SGT University by depositing Rs.2000/- as AIAT fee and filling up the prescribed application form available online at or at the Admissions Office of SGT University.
  • The last date for registration, submission of the Entrance Examination Form and the Fee shall be 06th June 2015.
  • The medium of the test shall be English.
  • The result of AIAT and the merit list of the candidates shall be published on 26th June 2015.  
  • Total Seats: Given the advanced nature of postgraduate studies and research in law and the need for proper supervision of PG students by senior faculty, the ratio of students admitted to LL.M. shall be twenty (40) out of which seats shall be reserved for candidates as prescribed in the Haryana Private Universities Act, 2006.
  • The All India LL.M. Admission Test (AIAT) Examination Paper shall be of 100 marks, divided into 3 Parts:-

    (i) Part A shall have 20 Objective type questions for 20 marks. Questions with multiple choices relating to English Language and General Knowledge will be included in this part. Each question shall carry one mark.

(ii) Part B shall have 50 Objective type questions for 50 marks. Questions with multiple choices from the following areas of law: Constitution Law, Indian Penal Code, Public International Law, Commercial Law (Law of Contract, Partnership and Sale of Goods Act), Law of Torts will be included in this part.  Each question shall carry one mark.

(iii) Part C shall be with the object of testing the candidate’s aptitude for teaching and research. It shall carry 30 marks. The candidate shall be called upon to write:

a) An essay of about 150 words for 20 marks on any contemporary legal issue of the choice of the candidate; and
b) “Statement of purpose” for pursuing higher education in law. [10marks]

NOTE:  There shall be no negative marking.