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wts the eligibility criteria for addmission
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According to the institution, to get admitted for a BA LLB course, the student should have completed their 10th standard from a recognised board of education. The students should have a pass percentage of 45% and the percentage varies according to their caste.
- Students belonging to the General category should have a minimum of 45% in their 10th standard.
- OBC students should posses 42% in their SSLC.
- SC/ST students should have a minimum of 40% .
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