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Good college for law in Berhampur, odisha
Last Seen: 24 Sep' 20
Joined On: 24 Sep' 20
Education Interest: Law
Education Level: In Graduation
- Batch of Jan. 1, 2019
Questions related to Ganjam Law College, Berhampur
i want to take admission in LLB course. when qill I contact and to whom.
If you want to take admission in top LLB college then appear in CLAT exam. There are 5 years course program after 12th and after graduation it's 3 years program. A graduation degree with 45% marks (40% for reserved category) is the basic qualification Universities like DU and BHU require minimum 50% marks while universities like Kurukshetra, Rohtak, Meerut require only 45% marks in graduation.
Any student who has passed Class 12 with 50% marks (less 5 % for reserved categories) or has appeared for the Class 12 is eligible to write CLAT and other law entrance exams. A candidate was needed to be below 20 years of age as on July 1 to be eligible for CLAT,
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