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how can i take admission in LLB??
First you need to fulfill these requirement to take admission in LLB-
1- You need atleast 45% in 12th to take admission in UG course.
2- You need to score atleast 45% in your graduation degree.
3- There is no age limit to take admission in this course.
After completing the above steps you need to either give entrance exam or you can take direct admission in any University. There is some national level exam you can give like CLAT and LSAT or you can give University level exams of DU, BHU, ALU, JNU, AU.
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Im Rafia and graduate now I want to do llb.
Eligibility Criteria for the three year LLB program is candidate needs to passed Bachelor's Degree in any discipline from a reognized university with 45% marks and in case reserved category it's 40%. Universities like DU and BHU require minimum 50% marks while universities like Kurukshetra, Rohtak, Meerut require only 45% marks in graduation.
Entrance test conducted as as follows-
AILET, conducted by National Law University, Delhi
BHU-UET(Law) by BHU
LSAT, which entrance scores are accepted by many universities
TS- LAWCET- Law Common Entrance Test is conducted by colleges and universities in Telangana
respected sir kindly arrange to confirm me regarding admission date for the next session in law . please arrange necessary eligibility criterias for admission in law . thanks a lot
If you are seeking for the Law course ,its really a good choice .
here i am giving you some brief which to understand in a better manner:-
No. of courses are available in law in different colleges ,here i am giving you the some of the popular courses
- BA LLB
- BSC LLB
- BCOM LLB
Bachelor of Law degree that is offered to aspirants by many renowned colleges in India. However, candidates can pursue this law course only if they possess a graduation degree. LLB course offered at all law colleges of India is regulated and closely supervised by the Bar Council of India
The three-year law course is structured in such a way that the curriculum is divided into six semesters. Candidates are awarded an LLB degree only when they complete all the semesters of this three-year course.
Candidates who want to pursue the LLB course should fulfil certain requirements in order to be eligible. Below are the eligibility criteria for LLB courses as mentioned by BCI:
- Candidates need to be graduates i.e. they should have passed a bachelor degree of three-years or four-years duration in any subject/ discipline in order to pursue an LLB course.
- Apart from this, some colleges also fix a minimum percentage requirement that candidates need to fulfil in order to secure admission in LLB course offered by them. The (minimum) percentage requirement for General category candidates ranges from 45% to 55% and that for SC/ST category candidates it ranges between 35% to 45%.
EXAMS: DU LLB Entrance Exam , Maharashtra Common Entrance Test for Law ) , Telangana State Law Common Entrance Test ( , Andhra Pradesh Law Common Entrance Test , Allahabad University LAT Exam ) , Panjab University LLB Entrance Exam , Law School Admission Test India ) , BHU Undergraduate Entrance Test
BA LLB -
Full Form (Bachelor of Arts & Bachelor of Legislative Law) is an integrated law ) degree that aspirants can pursue right after their Class 12. The duration of BA LLB course is five years. As part of the BA LLB course, aspirants are first taught Arts subjects such as Economics, History, Political Science, Sociology etc. Thereafter, aspirants are taught about law specialisations like Civil Law, Criminal Law, Labour Law, Tax Law, Administrative Law, Corporate Law, Patent Law and the likes.
As part of the five-years integrated BA LLB course, candidates are offered education not only through classroom teaching methods but also by means of case studies and moot courts.
Candidates seeking admission to BA LLB course need to meet the eligibility criteria as mentioned by the law schools and universities in India including, academic qualification, minimum qualifying marks and age limit. if they have completed their 10+2 from a recognised board. Apart from this, most popular law colleges also fix a minimum marks requirement in order to be eligible to apply for the BA LLB course offered by them. By means of this criteria, candidates belonging to General/ OBC/ Specially abled person categories need to secure at least 45% marks at their 10+2 level in order to pursue a BA LLB course and the percentage fixed for SC/ ST category is 40%.
There is no age limit criteria that candidates need to fulfil in order to apply for BA LLB course admissions.
EXAMS: Common-Law Aptitude Test (CLAT) , LSAT India , ILSAT , MH CET Law , TS LAWCET () , AP LAWCET (
These all are the exams which not only able to take admission in the taged college but in the top law college of india.
And the CLAT ,AILET,and LSAT are the national level exams to get admission in different courses in indias top law college for different law courses.
So go check them on official site and start preparing.
Important date :- For law the application form of exams are starting from first week of january.
hope this will help you