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Integrated School of Law [ISL], Ghaziabad

Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh 1995 Approved by ( )



  • College Name:

    Integrated School of Law [ISL], Ghaziabad

  • State:

    Uttar Pradesh

  • Official Website:

  • City:


  • Streams:


  • Courses:

    Bachelor of Law L.L.B, Bachelor of Arts + Bachelor of Laws B.A.L.L.B.,

  • College Type:

  • Entrance Exams:

  • Contact Details:

    0120-3293615, 3293616, 9818579220,

  • Location:

    Delhi- Hapur Bypass (NH-24), Udyog Kunj Ghaziabad - 201009 Uttar Pradesh , India

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ISL Admission 2022-23 | Integrated School of Law UG & PG Course Last Date

The Integrated School of Law was established in 1995. The main aim is to provide quality of education to law students. College has tie-ups with many corporate resources and also has guest lecturers. They also provide industrial training and visits as well. There are many seminars held in the college for the students. Hostels, mess, medical, library, cafe, computer lab, visual tour are facilities by the college. 


ISL Admission 2022-23


  • Inmantec Business School - Master of Business Administration (MBA),
  • Master of Computer Application (MCA) 
  • Inmantec U G Campus - Bachelor of Computer Application (BCA),
  • Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com),
  • Diploma in Pharmacy (D.Pharm) 
  • Integrated School of Education - Bachelor of Education (B.Ed)
  • Integrated School of Law - LLB 3 year and LLB 5 year 



For admission in an Integrated School of Law candidate must have scored 50% in 10+2/ intermediate from any stream can apply. 


Admission process 

  • Candidates who are interested in admission in ISL can apply for admission forms which are available both in the college administrative office as well as on the college website. 
  • Complete the application form attached with all needed documents as mentioned in the application form. 
  • If you are applying directly for any courses, There will be a written test and interview followed by group discussion.