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hi hello Hamen ba.llb karni hai BA LLB ke form chalu hai ya band hai
If you're enquiring regarding Bhopal's Nobles University, then admission is open, just visit the admission portal at http://www.bnuniversity.ac.in/new-admission-registration-form-2020-21.html , and follow the required process, eligibility criteria for LLB is passed graduation in any discipline from a recognized university with 45% aggregate.
can i get admission in bn law college in ballb without entrance exam this year??
Most law colleges provide admissions to LLB courses based on the CLAT EMexam or entrance exam conducted by the respective universities.
This year, due to CoVID pandemic, all the examinations, admissions are delayed. However, admission will still be based on entrance exams, which will be conducted once the lockdown is lifted. The online application forms are open for the exams.
So, No, you can not take admission in LLB course without entrance exams this year, it would be best to fill the forms and prepare for entrance examinations from now onwards.
Follow this link for more information on CLAT examination
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