Law Colleges in Assam


Assam hosts the most number of higher educational institutes among the entire north-eastern region of India. The need of law education has been rightly felt by the state government and all sorts of help have been provided to the institutes. Due to the raising socio-political issues, youth have been highly attracted towards making law education as their career prospective.

Earlier in India legal education was not at a professional level and all those who had spare time used to join the course. As a result the judicial system began to fail and so the government arose to take a remedial step by introducing a 5-year integrated bachelors’ degree programme. It motivates individuals to dig out the truth in matters and to present it in front of the mass. This course also enhances the verbal and analytic capabilities of individuals.

List of top Law colleges in Assam:

A.K. Chanda Law College, Cachar.

Tezpur Law College, Sonitpur.

BRM Government Law College, Guwahati.

Dispur Law College, Guwahati.

North Lakhimpur Law College, Lakhimpur.

Actual list:

Barpeta Law College, Barpeta.

Diphu Law College, Karbi Anglong.

Nalbari Law College, Nalbari.

Dhubri Law College, Dhubri.

A.K. Chanda Law College, Silchar.

Tezpur Law College, Sonitpur.

North Lakhimpur Law College, Lakhimpur.

Dispur Law College, Guwahati.

Jorhat Law College, Jorhat.

Mangaldai Law College, Darrang.

BRM Government Law College, Guwahati.

Goalpara Law College, Goalpara.

Karimganj Law College, Karimganj.

Nowgong Law College, Nagaon.

Tinsukia Law College, Tinsukia.

Popular cities: Guwahati, Silchar, Jorhat.

For admission into 5-year integrated plan in Guwahati University one has to successfully clear NEF Law Entrance Test (NLET). Applicants should have scored minimum of 45% (for general) or 40% (for SC/ST/OBC) and should be less than 23 years (for general) and 25 years (for SC/ST/OBC) of age. The entrance procedure and criteria, again, varies with institute. These law colleges have different facilities for proper learning of its students. Accommodation for outside candidates is also not a problem as most of the colleges have hostels, mess and PG very near to the college.



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5 Responses to “Law Colleges in Assam”

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    Mani Rao:

    I am a government employee. I want to do llb course from gauhati. How can I proceed? I have completed M.Phil

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    trishna bhuyan:

    what type questions come in the entrance examination of jorhat law college..

  3. 3

    R/sir, i have completed my graduation in english major this year from kharupetia college and interested to take admission in LL.B at mangaldai college. Now pls tell me what is the last date of admission for LL.B Course in mangaldai college. Pls….

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    koj yaring:

    m interested in LLB,m 27 yrs old.i have completed my graduation in bpt from rajiv gandhi university…what is the procedure to get admission in dispur law college and j b law college chandmari…

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    Harish Bhandari:

    i am presently in jaipur persuing my 5 year law course, but i want to take (transfer) my admission in any law college in gauhati..
    so pls help me in this regard.