Dayawati College of Law, Hapur Highlights
Dayawati College of Law, Hapur Courses & Fees
Dayawati College of Law, Hapur Facilities
- IT Infrastructure
- Moot Court
- Guest Room
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Questions related to Dayawati College of Law, Hapur
can i apply for ll.b after b.a 40% and pursuing m.a from ignou
- For llb , you need to give entrance examinations like Clat for which you need a graduation degree with 45% marks (40% for reserved category) is the basic qualification required.
- In case of of prestigious universities like DU and BHU, you require minimum 50% marks while universities like Kurukshetra, Rohtak, Meerut require only 45% marks in graduation.
- There's no upper age limit for llb , one just needs to be at least 17 years old or more to be eligible.
So with 40 % marks you will be eligible for llb only if you belong to reserved category and in case if you belong to general category then you are not eligible for llb.
tell me something about fees with details??
The fees of the dayawati college of law gaziabad is 36000 per annum for both BA-LLB or LLB. The total fee will be 180000 for BA-LLB.
For more detail visit the official website of the college. Hope it helps
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The college has a large Mout-Court. where students are trained by Sr. Justices, Sr. Professor, and advocate of High court and District court from time to time.
The College maintains a well-stocked library. which is rich with prescribed and recommended by the university. And it contains daily newspapers. Magazines, digests. periodicals, Law-Journals, and reference-books including printed materials. The library is an immense source of knowledge for academics and research scholars. The Book is free of Cast available for all the students and students are to return the books after fulfillment of their objective.
The College has a large computer lab with high-speed internet facility which makes students aware of worldwide knowledge of their subjects.
The college has sports facilities for all students.
The college has an auditorium facility for events and seminar.
The college has a canteen facility for staff and students.
The college has health center with first aid facility for the students.
The college has guest house/waiting room facilities for visiting faculty and student family members.
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