Law Colleges in Madhya Pradesh


A career in law is highly sought for in today’s world. Law defines the rights of an individual and imposes a set of rules that dictates the procedure of governing a society and the obligations of individuals towards the society. A legal profession is hence a job of responsibility and thereby imparts a social status to your name.People with good communication skills and presentation ability are well suited for this field of education.

There are more than 120 colleges in Madhya Pradesh that provide Law education. This number is itself suggestive of the fact that how far this field of study is prospered here. The institutes with the needed infrastructures have good career opportunities as they make the students equipped with enough knowledge to pass them off as legal advisors or corporate counselors, law academicians etc. they even prepare the students for exams like Public Service Commission so that they can establish themselves as munsif, district attorneys, judge etc.

List of top Law colleges Madhya Pradesh:

National Law Institute, Bhopal.

Devi AhilyaVshwavidyalaya Institute of Management, Indore.

Central India Law Institute, Jabalpur.

Career College of Law, Bhopal.

D.B.C Mahavidyalaya, Panna.

Actual list:

National Law Institute, Bhopal.

Sandipani Law College, Ujjain.

Devi AhilyaVshwavidyalaya Institute of Management, Indore.

Career College of Law, Bhopal.

Swami Vivekanand Government Commerce College, Ratlam.

Mahatma Gandhi College of Law, Gwalior.

Government Law College Alirajpur.

D.B.C Mahavidyalaya, Panna.

Indore Institute of Law, Indore.

Gurukul College of Law,Datia.

Jai Hind Defence College of Law, Bhopal.

N.E.S. Law College, Jabalpur.

Hitkarini Law College, Jabalpur.

Law College,Betul.

ShankerRao Patel Arts & Commerce College, Waranseoni.

Central India Law Institute, Jabalpur.

Rajiv Gandhi College (BCI Approved), Itarsi.

Popular cities: Bhopal, Indore, Gwalior.

For B.A LL.B courses one needs to be a 10+2 pass. LL.B course requires one to be graduate in any discipline whereas LL.M requires one to be a law graduate.  An integrated course of 5-year has also been popular recently.

Admissions to these courses are usually through entrance tests.



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4 Responses to “Law Colleges in Madhya Pradesh”

  1. 4

    sir, i want to do law can i do law as i just gave the 12th examination and my result of 12th class going to come in gew days , and can you tell me about the forms of law test and when will it be conducted on madhya pradesh level.

  2. 3

    i am in 12th class, n want to know which entrence exam i need to give for joining law college in bhopal, can i join directly after 12th class or i need to be a graduate? please help.

  3. 2

    when i got the entrance form of career college of law?

  4. 1
    krishan kumar:

    I am BA from DU with 40/. marks .can i do llb course. Send me all detail.
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    krishan kumar