M.S. Ramaiah College of Law, Bengaluru is a constituent college of M.S.Ramaiah Group of Institutions was established in 1995 by the late M. S. Ramaiah and under the management of Gokula Education Foundation (GEF), which was established in the year 1962.
It is affiliated with the Karnataka State Law University, Hubli and it is recognized by the Bar Council of India (BCI), New Delhi
The aim of the college is pursuing academic excellence through teaching, research, publications and by providing access to all sections of the society to pursue higher education for promoting leadership qualities among students making them socially sensitive citizens.
It is a co-educational private college, providing a regular course in which is located in the urban part of Bengaluru played a pioneering role in the field of higher education.
The college has been received the numbers of achievements awards in the field of education, sports, and curricular activities and was ranked 17th among top law colleges in India.
The college has consistently been ranked 12th amongst the top professional law colleges in south Karnataka and in India by leading media houses.
The college established a ‘Centre of Excellence’ in the area of legal studies with the noble mission of imparting quality legal education adopting a befitting approach in a healthy academic atmosphere which has gone a long way in molding the future of students to enable them to meet professional challenges with confidence and fortitude.
The college presently offers a five years B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) and a one year LL.M. courses. It also offers Ph.D. & Post Graduate Diploma courses as well.
Admission is open to any candidate who has cleared his/her 12th standard examination from any recognized Board across India.
The students have to clear the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) which serves as the qualifying examination for the university. Admission has been done when seekers who have registered with the University are eligible for admissions in the college.
Such candidates should examine whether their percentage marks (Best of Four/PCB/PCM, whichever is applicable) falls within the cut- off percentage declared by the College for admission in different courses.
|Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Legislative Law (Honors)||Full Time||5 Years||10+2|
|Bachelor of Business Administration and Bachelor of Legislative Law (Honors)||Full Time||5 Years||10+2|
|Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Legislative Law (Honors)||Full Time||5 Years||10+2|
|Post Graduate Diploma in Management||Full Time||2 Years||Graduation|