Bar Council of India lists de-recognised law colleges

The Bar Council of India (BCI) has finally uploaded on its website the much awaited list of the de-recognised law colleges across India.

Speaking to Bar & Bench, Rahul Singh Member Directorate

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rahman

March 25, 2015 - 12:06pm

Sir actually I belongs to andhrapradesh. I completed my Llb 3 years course by shridhar university. I would like to enroll in ap high court, and practice also in andhrapradesh. Iam eligible. Why iam asking this questions means .tamilnadu banned other states Llb degrees to practice. Plz clarify my doubt

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rahman

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Devender

August 15, 2013 - 6:54am

i am pursuing LLB through regular mode from Shri Krishna law college from Alwar, Rajastha is this degree approved and recognized by the Bar Council of India

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Devender

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Devender

August 15, 2013 - 6:45am

i am pursuing LLB through regular mode from Shri Krishna law college from Alwar, Rajastha is this degree approved and recognized by the Bar Council of India

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Devender

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Mukesh Arora

August 11, 2013 - 5:26pm

sir,I take admission in Lala Ami Chand Monga Memorial College Of Law,Ugala,Dist.Ambala (Affiliated under KUK University)in 2012 in LLb Prof. Course in 1st year .there are near about 50 students in my class .we gave both sem papers taken by university and our result not came till the date.Now our college and university said to us that the said college has not approved by the Bar Council Of India and still for waiting from long time But the solution not comes out.Please tell about this college for affiliation from BCI.what we can do from this problem.Please tell soon on my email address ,Is This college froud or not ?Or by our waiting the result comes out or not. Thanking You Sir,

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Mukesh Arora

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R.N.Mathur

July 18, 2013 - 9:29pm

it is good that Bar council has published list of recognised colleges but it shall be better if same is publish in prominent news papers every year in February or march. inspections of law colleges may made regular and strict. students admitted in de recognised colleges deserve leniency and after a bridge course they should be enrolled.

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R.N.Mathur

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