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INBA – LL.M INDIA FAIR 2019 (New Delhi & Bangalore)

INBA – LL.M INDIA FAIR 2019 (New Delhi & Bangalore), New Delhi, Delhi, India
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INBA – LL.M INDIA FAIR 2019 (New Delhi & Bangalore)
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New Delhi, Delhi, India

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New Delhi, Delhi, India

Indian National Bar Association ( is pleased to announce the 3rd annual edition of the 2-city "INBA – LL.M INDIA FAIR 2019" scheduled to be held in New Delhi [covering the northern India Regions] & Bangalore [covering the southern India Regions] on April 25 and 27, 2019 respectively.

This imperative fair aims at providing the perfect platform for scores of aspiring Indian law graduates on one hand, and globally reputed law schools and universities from US , EUROPE, CANADA, and AUSTRALIA to meet and explore mutually and academically beneficial avenues of learning and growth. Program Highlights can be viewed on

Overseas Law universities and schools will be able to demonstrate their sterling academic syllabi and streams, illustrious faculty and highly acclaimed programs to scores of pre-qualified of law students who are desirous of seeking overseas admissions and getting their dreams fulfilled. Senior academicians and management personnel of leading Indian law schools and universities would also be comprehensively represented at the fair.

INBA-LL.M INDIA FAIR 2019 will serve as the ideal platform for you to get noticed by aspiring law students, their parents and law academicians. Further, you could get noticed at the concurrent seminar where you could offer your bouquet of programs and present your law school in an elegant manner – amidst a relaxed ambience. Your visit to India could also pave way for you to engage into structured meetings with leading law schools in New Delhi and Bangalore. As per Reserve Bank of India (RBI), while spending on tuition and hostel fees by Indian students studying abroad has shot up 44% from $1.9 billion in 2013-14 to $2.8 billion in 2017-18, the count of Indian students studying in the US went up from 132,888 in 2014-15 to 186,267 in 2016-17.

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Shangrila Eros, New Delhi