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The experience in the college is good.
Last Seen: 30 Apr' 20
Joined On: 29 Apr' 20
Education Interest: Law
Education Level: In Graduation
- Batch of Jan. 1, 2023
- BA LLB Hons
Life in faculty of law, University of allahabad
Great faculty, best value for money, poor corporate placemen
Problems of teachers staff in the law faculty.
Questions related to Faculty of Law University of Allahabad, Allahabad
when is to be late examination is to be conducted and when the university form is available to fill.
Allahabad University has postponed the application form indefinitely following the outbreak of Corona Virus or Covid-19. Earlier,the examination was scheduled to happen on 3rd week of May,2020.
The administration will inform about the new dates on the official website.
Hope this helps.
When ba-llb entrance exam will be conducted??? Date?
LFAT is conducted by University of Allahabad for admission of integrated law program, namely BA-LLB. The tentative date for exam is fourth week of May, 2020.
Eligibility Criteria; Candidate needs to have passed 10+2 from a recognized board with 45% marks for UR category, for OBC it's 42% and SC/ST it's 40%.
LFAT is conducted for a duration of two hours with total 150 MCQs in offline mode, total seat intake is 120.Each correct answer carries 2 marks. There is no negative marking. Syllabus includes Language Comprehension,General Awareness and Current Affairs,Reasoning, Mental Ability and Legal Aptitude ; each consists of 50 questions for 100 marks.
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sir correspondence llb course will be available in your college
Allahabad University offers various law programs such as BA-LLB, LLB, LLM, Dphil, LLD.
All above-mentioned courses are offered full-time, there's no correspondence course here. Moreover, law courses in distance mode aren't recognized by BCI. So, it's better you go for full-time if you're interested.
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