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Very good faculties.
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Questions related to Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi, Delhi
sir llb be hindi enlish dono mai h?
The medium of study in Delhi Law university is in English language. I would also suggest you to contact the officials to get the exact detail about law study.
When forms will out ? For delhi law school
The application form for DU LLB course shall start from April 15 th 2019 and shall end on May 7 th , 2019 .
The entrance exam shall be conducted by the university in the third week of June .The exam shall take place ina an online mode by the university .DU LLB 2019 entrance test will be conducted for admissions to as many as 2658 seats on offer in the three-year law programme. The two-hour duration DU LLB 2019 admission test will be held in six cities of India.
With the shortlisted DU LLB test takers admitted in the undergraduate law programme, the admission process of DU LLB 2019 closes by the first week of August.
The eligibilty criteria for of DU LLB 2019is that the candidates need to have a Graduate or a Postgraduate degree scoring at least 50 percent (45% marks for OBC category and 40% marks for SC/ST category) marks in aggregate of the subjects from the University of Delhi or any other recognised university.
Further, the candidates may also know that there is no age cap to apply for LLB programme, as per DU LLB eligibility criteria 2019. The candidates are advised to understand and ensure fulfilling the DU LLB 2019 eligibility conditions, else the candidature may get cancelled during the later stages of admission process.
The application fee for General category is Rs.500 and for SC/ST is Rs 250.
The 6 centres for the DU LLB examinations shall be :
The DU LLB 2019 online test will carry 400 marks in total, where every question will carry four marks each.
According to the DU LLB 2019 exam pattern, each correct answer will be awarded four marks and for every incorrect answer one mark will be deducted from the total score, following a negative marking scheme.
The two-hour duration DU LLB 2019 entrance test will have questions from the following subjects-English Language Comprehension, Logical reasoning , Legal Awareness and Aptitude, and General Knowledge.
The General knowledge shall include Both static and dynamic GK.
You can also check the sample papers of previous years.
In order to know the cut off you can check the link : https://law.careers360.com/articles/du-llb
All the Best !
I got 580 rank in SC category, is there any chance for my name shortlisted in forth cutoff list of du llb.
Hence very less chances expected.
182 rank unreserved chances of admission
I would like to tell you that even few unreserved candidates could not find place in First admission list with score of 234. Quota for UR candidates exhausted around Serial No. 1300 and the name of your concerned candidates will fall somewhere between Serial No. 9124-9229. You can easily guess, chances of admission as an UR candidates with 182 is minimal.
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