Frequently asked questionsFrequently asked questions

How can I obtain information about RILS?

If you are interested in RILS admissions information, Please visit admission content in website.

Can I visit the Law College?

Prospective applicants are welcome to visit the Law college at any time, although you may wish to consult the academic calendar to plan your visit at a time when classes are in session. The RILS Admissions Office is open between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday and 9 :00 am to 2:00 pm on Saturdays.

How many faculty members are there at RILS?

The college consists of 8 Full time and 8 Part time Faculty

How many courses does RILS offer?

5 year B.A., LL.B., Integrated Degree Course and 3 Years LL.B under the Karnataka State Law University.

What is the difference between the 5 Year (B.A, LL.B) & 3 Year Course (LL.B)?

The 5 Year Course is designed for students who have cleared their 12th Board examination and wish to pursue law as a profession. The 5 Years are divided into 2 years of Pre-Law, followed by 3 years LL.B. The course has a total of 10 semesters and the degree conferred at the end of 5 years is B.A., LL.B.
b. The 3 Year Course is only for students who have completed their graduation (For eg. BA, BCom, BSc, etc.) from any recognized University. It is 6 semester LL.B. program.

Does the college provide for internship and campus selection?

The college has tie-up with many reputed legal firms and NGO’s

What are the eligibility requirements for applying to the RILS?

Please visit eligibility and regulation page on the website.

Are students of Boards and Universities other than Karnataka eligible for admission to the 5 year & 3 year course? Is there is any difference in the procedure?

Yes, students from any Board (such as C.B.S.E., I.S.C., etc.) recognized by Government are eligible for admission. The only difference with the admission procedure is the students outside Karnataka has to get the eligibility certificate from KSLU.

What is the procedure for the admission of RILS?

Admission to the course shall be made strictly on the basis of the merit taking in to account total marks obtained in the qualifying examination. Provided that while making admission to the course reservation policy of the Government of Karnataka governing admission to higher educational institutions issued from time to time shall be applied.

Can I take the LL.B on a part-time or distance-learning basis?

The LL.B Programme cannot be taken by correspondence or on a part-time basis.

Whether hostel facility is available in RILS?

Yes. A separate hostel facility is available for both boys and girls