Admission to degree course in Andaman Law College

Port Blair
14 Jun 2018

In pursuit of achieving pinnacles of academic excellence, the Andaman & Nicobar Administration established Andaman Law College in 2016 by offering five year integrated B.A.,LL.B., degree course affiliated to Pondicherry University and recognized by Bar Council of India. The team of Principal, faculty members and administrative staff of Andaman Law College are committed to accomplish the noble object of creating Andaman Law College a centre of excellence in legal studies. Admission is open for the Five Year Integrated B.A.,LL.B., degree course with an intake of 30 students from the islanders subject to the reservation policy of the administration. The candidates seeking admission in this law course may apply online by logging into the Common College Admission Portal (CCAP) website or apply through Common Service Centre. The last date for online submission of the application forms for admission is 30.06.2018. The information relating to Andaman Law College can be viewed and downloaded from CCAP website. Application received offline by the college will not be entertained.
Legal education has got more attraction and importance these days due to changes and increasing need for legal experts in various fields. A fully trained and skilled law student not only achieves respect, money or status in the society, they are provided with various opportunities to prove their skills and serve the people and the nation. Legal Education is considered as the best means of empowerment by developing self-confidence, personality, rationality and leadership qualities. In many of the developed countries law is considered to be the number one profession. Unlike any other field of study, the options for legal studies are wide open for choosing the right career. Many think that advocate practice is the only option available for a law graduate. Apart from entry into the judicial services as Government Pleader, Public Prosecutor, Magistrate, Civil Judge, District and Session Judge etc., a law graduate may become a Law Officer/ Legal Adviser in private & public sector companies, law firms, multinational companies, foreign companies, foreign embassies, defence services etc. with the advent of investigative journalism, law graduates may also become law reporters. With passion of teaching, they may also emerge as a law teacher. Today LPO’s (Legal Process Outsourcing) is developing as a lucrative field for young law graduates. Law also gives an excellent opportunity in civil service to become an administrator. Law has also emerged as a gateway to take up a political career as MLA, MP, Minister etc, a release from the institution said.