Indian Law Institute Receives NAAC Accreditation

By Malavikka

Indian Law Institute (ILI), Delhi has received accreditation with A Grade by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC).

Indian Law Institute Receives NAAC Accreditation


NAAC Peer Review Team Report

According to a PTI report, the college has stated about the accreditation on the basis of the NAAC Peer Review Team's report in the 23rd meeting of the Standing Committee that was conducted on 28 March 2017 in Bengaluru. The assessment results have a validity of five years


Indian Law Institute, Delhi was marked with a CGPA of 3.35 by the NAAC after the peer team inspected the institute's infrastructure. The parameters for the infrastructure were academic, examination, information technology, library and its resources, general administration.

Self Study Report

The Indian Law Institute submitted a self study report for NAAC accreditation on 19 October 2016.

About Indian Law Institute

According to ILI official website, the Indian Law Institute [ILI] - set up on 27th December 1956 is an International Centre for advanced socio-legal research and has done significant work in the field of legal research, education and training. It has made notable contribution in the legal arena.

Besides performing important advisory role in fostering the empirical research and making law as an instrument of social engineering, it undertakes research on current legal issues. The Institute is an autonomous body registered under the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860 No. S. 1049 of 1956-57.

Also Read: Bar Council of India Acknowledges Accreditation of University College Dublin

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