M.Phil in Law

The University of Technology offers master in philosophy in law under its doctoral program to students planning to aim a career as law scholars, teachers and much more. Law and Order has an involvement of many working officials in many fields. There is a huge list of topics the comes under law and order like criminal law, income tax, traffic, customs and the list goes on. Working professionals with great experience are appointed for guest lectures on weekly bases for the better understanding of students. A student can choose any course and topic and U.O.T will make sure that the quality guidance is provided to the student on time. The course has a duration of 3 years and an eligibility is 55% in post-graduation.

“The future has a way of arriving unannounced.”

                                                     -George Will

Programme Code

Min 1 Yr

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  1. Candidates for admission to the M.Phil. programme shall have a Master's degree or a professional degree declared equivalent to the Master’s degree by the corresponding statutory regulatory body, with at least 55% marks in aggregate or its equivalent grade 'B' in the UGC 7-point scale (or an equivalent grade in a point scale wherever grading system is followed) or an equivalent degree from a foreign educational Institution accredited by an Assessment and Accreditation Agency which is approved, recognized or authorized by an authority, established or incorporated under a law in its home country or any other statutory authority in that country for the purpose of assessing, accrediting or assuring quality and standards of educational institutions
  2. A relaxation of 5% of marks, from 55% to 50%, or an equivalent relaxation of grade, may be allowed for those belonging to SC/ST/OBC(non-creamy layer)/Differently-Abled and other categories of candidates as per the decision of the Commission from time to time, or for those who had obtained their Master's degree prior to 19th September, 1991. The eligibility marks of 55% (or an equivalent grade in a point scale wherever grading system is followed) and the relaxation of 5% to the categories mentioned above are permissible based only on the qualifying marks without including the grace  mark procedures.