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For Immediate Release: 20 February 2013
Media Contacts: Jack Gibson
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jack.gibson@pearson.com

Pearson VUE-delivered Law School Admission Test now recognised by over 60 colleges across India

Testing to take place at 15 centres nationwide on 19 May 2013

New Delhi, 20 February 2013 — More than 60 law colleges across India now recognise the Law School Admission Test—India (the LSAT—India™) scores as one of the admissions criteria for their institutes.

On 19 May 2013, Pearson VUE – a division of Pearson – will deliver the LSAT—India from 15 highly secure test centres across the country. In addition to coveted law establishments such as RGSOIPL—The IIT Kharagpur Law School, The Jindal Global Law School, UPES Dehradun, ITM Gurgaon and KLE Bangalore, new and upcoming schools such as The Amity Law School, Gurgaon will accept LSAT—India scores for admissions to their 2013 cohorts.

The test, which is created by the global non-profit Law School Admission Council (LSAC), assesses critical-thinking skills, logical reasoning, problem-solving skills and traits that are needed for a successful career in law.

Dan Bernstine, President, LSAC, said: “The growing acceptance of LSAT—India reaffirms the fact that law schools across the country understand the benefits of reasoning-based tests for candidate selection.”

Fiona Collins, Managing Director, Pearson VUE India, added: “With more than 60 colleges associated with LSAT—India: All You Need is Reason™, students benefit from a truly accessible platform to pursue careers in law. With a successful history, LSAT—India continues to be an important, relevant way for colleges to determine the most suitable law course applicants.”

Candidates can register for the 140-minute test at www.pearsonvueindia.com/lsatindia

About LSAC
The Law School Admission Council (LSAC) is a nonprofit corporation whose members are over 200 law schools in the United States, Canada and Australia. It was founded in 1947 to coordinate, facilitate and enhance the law school admission process. LSAC has been helping law schools in various countries evaluate the critical-thinking skills of their applicants for more than 60 years and is best known for administering the Law School Admission Test® (LSAT). LSAC administers an average of 145,000 LSATs each year at over 600 test centres. LSAC provides a growing number of important services and programs to simplify the admission process for law schools and their applicants.

The following colleges will accept LSAT—India scores for admissions to their 2013 cohorts:

  • Alliance College of Law, Bangalore
  • Amity Law School, Gurgaon
  • AURO University School of Law, Surat
  • B. S. Anangpuria Institute of Law – Faridabad
  • B.N. Law College – Udaipur
  • Balurghat Law College - Dakshin Dinajpur (WB)
  • Bharat Law College – Jaipur
  • Bundelkhand Vidhi Mahavidyalaya - Orai (UP)
  • Central India College of Law, Godhani – Nagpur
  • College of Legal Studies – Dehradun
  • Dr. Anushka Vidhi Mahavidyalaya – Udaipur
  • Dr. Milind Yerne College of Law – Bhandara
  • Durgapur Institute of Legal Studies – Durgapur
  • Faculty of Law – Dehradun
  • G. H. Raisoni Law College – Nagpur
  • Ganjam Law College –Berhampur
  • Geeta Institute of Law - Panipat
  • Haldia Law College – Midnapore
  • Himgiri Zee University Law School, Dehradun
  • I. P. E. M. Law Academy – Ghaziabad
  • IMS Law College – Dehradun
  • Institute of Law and Research – Faridabad
  • ITM College of Law – Gurgaon
  • J. S. S. Sakri Law College - Hubli
  • Jagan Nath University, Law Faculty – Jaipur
  • Jai Hind Defence College of Law – Bhopal
  • Jaipur School of Law, Jaipur
  • Jindal Global Law School - Sonipat (Haryana)
  • Jodhpur National University - Jodhpur
  • JSS Law College – Mysore
  • K. L. E. Society’s Law College – Chikodi
  • K. L. E. Society's S. A. Manvi Law College – Gadag
  • K.L.E. Society’s B. V. Bellad Law College – Belgaum
  • K.L.E. Society’s Law College – Bangalore
  • K.L.E. Society's Gurusiddappa Kotambri Law College – Hubli
  • M A B Institute of Judicial Science – Murshidabad
  • M. P. Law College – Aurangabad
  • M. S. Government P. G. College - Guna
  • Maa Sharda Law College – Azamgarh
  • MATS Law School, MATS University – Raipur
  • Mewar Law Institute – Ghaziabad
  • Midnapore Law College – Midnapore
  • Mother Teresa Law College- Jabalpur
  • R. N. Patel Ipcowala School of Law and Justice, Anand
  • Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law (RGSOIPL)
  • Royal College of Law – Ghaziabad
  • S.P. College of Law - Chandrapur
  • Saifia College – Bhopal
  • Sardar Patel Subharti Institute of Law – Meerut
  • Sarwa Dharma Vidhi Mahavidyalaya – Gwalior
  • Saveetha School of Law – Chennai
  • School of Law, Gitam University, Visakhapatnam (AP)
  • Shri Swami Dayal Bhatnagar Law College, Sikandrabad (UP)
  • Siddhartha Law College – Dehradun
  • Smt. Kamalaben Gambhirchand Shah Law School - Mumbai
  • SOA National Institute of Law – Bhubaneswar
  • Sri Vaishnav Institute of Law – Indore
  • Tagore Institute of Law – Jaipur
  • Unity Law College – Rudrapur
  • Vaikunta Baliga College of Law – Udupi
  • Vidya Pratishthan's Vasantrao Pawar Law College – Pune
  • Vivekananda College of Law - Bangalore
Last updated 2013-02-20