HSL, Guidelines of Admission Process

Admission to the B.A. LL.B. (5 year) integrated programme first year shall be made on the basis of Common Law Admission Test (CLAT)-2017 scores or on the basis of entrance examination conduct by Harlal school of Law (HSLET)-2017.

Admission to the LL.B. (3 Year) programme first year shall be made on the basis of University Registration or the counselling conduct by the Harlal School of Law.

To get into HSL, Candidates should apply through online registration or by the prescribed application form in their own hand writing correctly. If any information provided in the application form is found to be incorrect at any stage, the admission to the course shall automatically stand cancelled.

The prospectus and the application form may be obtained from Admission Office of the institute on payment of Rs-1000/ only or application form can be downloaded from the official website www.hsl.ac.in and duly submitted to the institute with DD of Rupees 1000/- only in favour of ‘Harlal School of Law’ payable at Noida.

Candidates appearing in the final year of qualifying examination for respective course can also apply for the subject of their choice.

The applicants shortlisted on the basis of the qualifying exam scores will be called for admission. The dates will be intimated to the short-listed students.

The candidate, if selected will be given the selection letter. The selected candidate must pay the college prescribed fee within one week time, failing which the offer will be considered as cancel.

Applicants should furnish the proof of eligibility criteria within 15 days from the date of publication of the result.

Eligibility for Admission:
B.A.LL.B (5 Year) Integrated Programme

Admission to the degree of B.A. LL.B. (5 Year) programme, the candidates should have passed the Intermediate/Higher Secondary School Examination (10+2) or an equivalent Examination from a University/recognized Board, securing in the aggregate not less than 45% of the total marks for General category, for SC/ST category candidates – 40% of the total marks and OBC category candidates (only for UP domicile) 42% of the total marks.

LL.B. (3 Year) Programme

No candidate shall be admitted to the LL.B. Degree programme, unless he has secured in the aggregate not less than 45% marks for General category, for SC/ST category candidates- 40% of the total marks and OBC for (only for UP domicile) 42% of the total marks or equivalent grade in all papers in the qualifying Bachelor Degree of a recognized University.

General Clauses

1. Admission of students against reserved category shall be as per criteria laid down by the concerned University/U.P. Govt. The relative merits of students in their category will be determined within the category only.

2. Candidates who apply against reserved category seats should carefully indicate their claim (along with documentary proof) for the reserved category in the Admission Form. No change will be permitted at a later stage.

3. Seats left vacant in any reserved category, owing to non-availability of eligible candidates, will be filled up from the eligible students belonging to general category on merit.

4. Admission Committee’s decision regarding the merit of a student shall be final. The decision of the committee regarding admission or otherwise to a student shall be final and binding.
Candidate shall abide by the rules and regulations of the Institute and will not indulge in any activity, which will spoil the good name of the Institute.

5. Candidate will have to give an undertaking that he/she was never disqualified by any Board/University for misconduct or any other offence.

6. Candidate will have an undertaking that he/she will neither indulge in ragging nor help anyone to do so

7. Parents of the candidate will have to furnish an undertaking that candidate is seeking admission to the Institute with their express permission and they will bear all the expenses for the said course.

8. Student will be required to maintain minimum attendance of 75% of delivered lectures in each paper and practical classes which will constitute the basic eligibility for each semester examination. However, some of the shortage in attendance in case of students representing the Institute in extra- curricular and youth activities with prior permission of the Principal can be considered as duty leave for the period student participated in such activities.
Similarly, in case of serious illness, the Principal is empowered to condone the shortage in attendance up to 10% of the classes held during the illness, provided the student submits an authorized medical certificate immediately after illness.

9. Regarding any interpretation of rules/criteria, decisions of the Institute shall be final and binding.
The Principal shall have the right to reject the candidature of any student without assigning any reason.

Documents that are required to be attached by the applicant

  • Application Form duly filled in, signed and countersigned by parent.
  • Admission fee in cash/by bank draft in favour of the ‘Harlal School of Law’ payable at Noida.
  • Hostel fee, if the student wants hostel accommodation.
  • Attested (and original) copies of all certificates i.e. 10th, 12th, and Graduation mark sheets or any other examination required for admission.
  • Character Certificate from the college last he/she attended.
  • Migration Certificate from the college last he/she attended
  • Domicile Certificate issued by the appropriate authority
  • Recent 8 color photographs of passport size
  • Proof of caste and income certificate, in case of SC/ST candidates.

      Note:

    • a. Fee once deposited shall not be refunded or adjusted in any manner.
    • b. Dispute if any, will have the Jurisdiction of District Court, Gautam Budh Nagar(U.P)