The concept of legal education in India goes back to the Vedic age when it was essentially based on the concept of Dharma. The Kings either used to dispense justice themselves or appoint Judges to administer justice, not necessarily trained in law but who were known for their righteousness and justness and had the reputation of being fair and impartial. According to Brihaspathi Smrithi, there was a hierarchy of courts in Ancient India beginning with the family Courts and ending with the King. The lowest was the family arbitrator. The next higher court was that of the judge; the next of the Chief Justice who was called Praadivivaka, or adhyaksha and at the top was the King’s court.
The gurushishya parampara has existed ever since Vedic era making education an integral part of human development. It is education which ultimately results in shaping or transforming the whole society ‘Law is the cement of society and an essential medium of change’. The significance of legal education in a democratic society cannot be over-emphasized. Knowledge of law increases one’s understanding of public affairs. Its study promotes accuracy of the expression, facilitates in arguments and skill in interpreting the written words, and understanding of social values.
>> Submit the application form
>> Submit the credentials (10th &12th)
>> Minimum 45% in 10+2 for GM category
>> Minimum 42% in 10+2 for OBC Category
>> Minimum 40% in 10+2 for SC/ST Category Students
>> Recent passport size colour photograph
>> Photo Copy of your 10th Standard
>> Photo Copy of your 12th Standard
>> Photo Copy of your Graduation (all semesters) marks cards (only for PG Courses)
>> Photo Copy of your Aptitude test score card (only for PG Courses)
Education loans to students are being sanctioned on priority by all the nationalised banks in the country. As a preferred client, we have tied up with Indian Overseas Bank and Vijaya Bank for considering education loans to students admitted to the Institutes run by MSRF at any of their branches.
A copy of the bank approval will be provided to those students who are admitted to any of the courses offered by MSRF. We are also on the verge of signing MOU’s with few more banks. As and when we sign up, we will update on our website.