Bachelor of Law (BA.LLB)

Bachelor of Law (BA.LLB)

B.A.LLB is an abbreviated version of the popular integrated Bachelor of Law course at undergraduate level. The length of this integrated course is five years and the eligibility to apply for this is 10+2.

Nowadays practicing law is one of the most popular and lucrative professions in India. The entire system of legal education in India is governed by the Bar Council of India. After the completion of this integrated course one is eligible to work as a legal practitioner or judge. For all the irregularities and civil or corporate strife, legal professionals are called for legal advice and action. They also help you win the litigation. Expert and experienced legal professionals charge a hefty fee and are in great demand.


B.A.LLB integrated 5 year programme is affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, New Delhi and approved by Bar Council of India, New Delhi. The scheme and syllabus followed are strictly as prescribed by the University. The B.A.LLB programme is divided into ten semesters. Each semester comprises of practical and theoritical subjects, so that the student is familiar with both the aspect of the course.

Eligibility Criteria

Student applying for the course should have cleared the 12th class board examinations with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate and should have passed in English (Core, Elective or Functional) as a subject.

Admissions Students Intake 


60 Seats

Admissions through CET

The admissions are carried out strictly on merit basis through a Common Entrance Test (CET) conducted by Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU), Dwarka.  A candidate should satisfy the above mentioned eligibility criteria and qualify CET-GGSIPU to attend the counselling for further admission process in the institute.

Admissions through Management Quota

A candidate should satisfy the above mentioned eligibility criteria and obtain CET-GGSIPU Rank. The Institute conducts admission for 10% seats under management quota which is done on the basis of merit of qualifying examination and CET-GGSIPU Rank.

Course Structure

Each academic session of the course is divided into two semesters (August-December & January-May). In each semester examination and evaluation is carried out according to the scheme laid down by the University. Every paper is of 100 marks. 

1.  Internal assessment contributes 25% of the total marks on the basis of written test, assignments, presentations, attendance etc.

2.   External assessment contributes 75% of the total marks which is being conducted by GGSIP University at the end of every semester.

3.  Passing criteria: A student must score minimum of 40% marks in each subject (Internal and External Assessment combined together)


      1.     Regular different kind of visits like Court visit, Parliament visit, Jail visit, Lok Adalat visit Various Appellate
              Tribunals visit to let the students get a knowledge and feel of Court environment.

2.   At the end of every year, students need to go through summer internship training and prepare a brief report.

3.   Experimental based learning is promoted by the institute through extra curriculum activities like Conferences, Seminars, Moot Court Competition, Criminal/Civil Trial Advocacy Competition, etc. Youth Parliament, MUN (Model United Nations), Debates on current legal and social issues, Mock Interviews, Group Discussion, Legal Literacy Campaigns, Street Plays,  Legal Aid Clinic & Camp, Campaigns, and Summer Internship etc.

4.   Students are given an opportunity to write and present their research papers and innovative ideas in National Conference organized by the institute every year.

5.  Educational Tours (National & International) and picnics are organized by the institute for the overall   development of students.  

6.   Knowledge enriched programs and guest lectures by professionals & experts from law field are organised to impart practical knowledge to the students.

Fee structure:

The fee structure for the course followed by the Institute is as prescribed by the State Level Fee Regulatory Committee. The fee is payable annually for the entire academic year in the beginning of the academic session.
The fee structure for the B.A.LLB  course is :-  

Admission through CET

  Tuition Fee (per annum) 

  Rs. 63,300/-

  University Fee (per annum) 

  Rs. 12,000/-

  Amortization charges (per annum)

  Rs. 4,090/-

  Security Deposit (Only in First Year - Refundable)

  Rs. 5000/-

  Student activity Fee (per annum) 

  Rs. 1,000/-

  Total fees

  Rs. 85,390/-

About the Law Department

Trinity School of Law and Legal studies is functioning under TIPS (Trinity Institute of Professional Studies) and affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Dwraka Delhi and approved by Bar Council of India Delhi. The study Course/Admission/Examination and Degree shall be strictly in terms of regulations of GGSIP University Delhi.

Trinity School of Law and Legal studies follows an approach to legal education wherein learning experience is not only enlightening but also enriching and inspiring. The Institute is committed to exploring multidisciplinary approaches through its unique curriculum and revolutionizing legal education through modern pedagogies, thereby adapting to the changing world in which law professionals operate. Trinity SLLS aims at developing knowledge, skill and value amongst the students and they are nourished by the critical learning pedagogy and mentored and supported by faculty and staff so that they have the best experience possible to be successful in life.


Legal Aid Clinic

To promote an inclusive legal system in order to ensure fair and meaningful justice to the marginalized and disadvantaged sector. 
Legal Aid Clinic is established in Law department on 6th floor Room No. 601 for the easy accessibility of the people seeking legal aid. It is managed by senior faculty members along with student volunteers. The clinic undertakes legal literacy drives in slum areas, neighboring schools and organizes legal awareness camps. Due to the initiative undertaken by the Clinic, people from the underprivileged sections of the society are now approaching for the redressal of their grievances and are being referred to various District Courts.

Moot Court

Becoming a lawyer has a lot of responsibility attached to it; a lawyer deals with people’s lives at most of the times therefore it is very important that the students get the right practical knowledge through out their college stay. Keeping in view the dynamic legal environment, we give a special emphasis on practical exposure in the form of regular mooting activities at the campus as well as visits to courts and other related bodies. Moot Court is a simulated oral argument, similar to an argument made before an appellate court that lasts for around 15 minutes during which, the attorney presents an argument and answers questions posed by the panel of judges.