Law School Review @ Institute of Law, Kurukshetra University

By | June 16, 2017
The Institute of Law is located in the holy city Kurukshetra also known as The Dharmkshetra.


Rajat Jangra

Name of Law School

Institute of Law Kurukshetra University Kurukshetra,  Haryana


The Institute of Law is located in the holy city Kurukshetra also known as The Dharmkshetra.The importance of the place is attributed to the fact that the Kurukshetra war of the Mahabharata was fought on this land and the Bhagwad Gita was preached here during the war when Lord Krishna found Arjuna in a terrible dilemma

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The Institute of Law has a dedicated building on the sprawling green campus of Kurukshetra University. The building is well equipped with all the basic amenities. The building also has a fully air conditioned Moot Court Hall and a Computer Lab. The Institute also has a dedicated library within the building with a varied collection of books, law journals etc.

Hostel Facility

The University at present has 25 Hostels for both the boys and the girls. These hostels are well equipped with all the basic amenities like clean drinking water, maintained washrooms, WIFI facility etc. The hostel fee is really low and one can’t get better services than this at such a price.
The food quality is decent and at times marvelous. The University also ensures medical services. There is a 24×7 open Health center on the University campus which provides necessary medical facilities to the students.

Faculty and Academics

The faculty of Institute of Law is one of the most appreciable things of the Institute. The Institute of Law has a number of dynamic teachers who have attained expertise in their respective fields. The faculty members are really generous and on the other hand strict too. The blend of these two things makes the faculty of Institute of Law one of the most unique team of mentors in the field of legal education in India. The curriculum and the class timings are somewhat hectic but this makes the best out of the students who are diligent in learning. Over the entire curriculum is best suited for those who aim to get into the judicial services.

Administration and fee structure

The administration of the Institute of law is really hardworking and supportive. The
administration gives its best shot to make Institute of law better every day in every way.
Fee structure: 58000/- per year.


The central canteen is located just behind the building of the IOL and is the nearest cafeteria. There are many other places eat like the Indian Coffee House and many restaurants in the University Market which are on walking distance within the university campus.

Student Culture and activities

Other than studies various co curricular activities are organised for the overall development of the students. Moot court competitions, debate competitions, painting competitions etc are organised on regular basis. Various cultural events like the fresher’s party and the law fest are organised annually. The student participation in such events is high.


The Institute has a working placement and internship cell which helps the students in getting jobs and internships. The placements are average but the numbers are improving with the passage of time. Majority of the students here are interested in litigation and the judicial services.
Last year eight students were selected by a LPO at GURUGRAM. This year some students have given Walk in Interview in an LPO at Noida. The result is awaited.

Best Things

Literally, everything here at the Institute of Law is best. Still, to point out some, the best things are Campus, the faculty, the curriculum and most importantly a wide range of opportunities.

Worst Things

Well, the worst things are hard to find but still, I would say there are some areas in which the Institute can surely improve like. Efficiency among students and the study hours are a little bit longer.

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