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Admission to 3 year LLB course in Gopaldas Jhamatmal Advani Law College is based on merit MHCET 3 year LLB entrance exam. There is no direct admission provision so you need to appear in the entrance exam to get admission. And the eligibility is that a candidate must have passed graduation in any discipline with 45% marks and for SC/ST it is 40% marks.
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