GLC MUMBAI HAVE MANAGEMENT QUOTA ?
See, the admission to GLC Mumbai is done only and only on the basis of merit since it is a government college and there is absolutely no chance of getting in through management quota and there are no reserved seats for this.
To get into Government Law College, Mumbai, you'll have to give Maharashtra CET and get a competing rank in it. Hope I have answered your question. All the best!
What is the timing of GLC college Mumbai for 5 years law course
The timings for classes in GLC (Government Law College, Mumbai) is ten in the morning to five in the evening. Most students invest extra hours in the college for library reference and peer learning. The general class hours remain 10am to 5pm nevertheless.
what is the hostel fees at GLC Mumbai ??
There is no hostel for GLC, Mumbai. But it has some reserved seats for economically weak students in Government Colleges hostel Churchgate.
The hostel is of Mumbai University 2hich is near to GLC. Glc has some rooms reserved in this hostel for their own students so not all the people who live in this hostel are from GLC. They are from different colleges affiliated to MU. The name of the hostel is GOVERNMENT COLLEGE HOSTEL.
The fees is around 900 per month.
Hope it helps.
GLC How much marks are required out of 150 to get admission in GLC
Greetings of the day dear Krishna
Government Law College (GLC), Mumbai had a cut-off of 130-145 out of 150 marks in MHT CET examination in the year 2018 for LLB (5 Years). The closing rank for general category was 1003, for the OBC category the closing rank was 1485 and for SC category it was 2964, and 5020 for ST category.
You can have a detailed look at the MH CET law colleges cut-off trends fron the link given below:
Hope this helps!!
All the best for your future career
Hey there, I am a law aspirant. i just gave my mhcet law 5 year exam i scored good enough to get into GLC MUMBAI. But after doing some research i found out that many people are believing that MNLU will be in the countrys list of top 5 NLUS. So shall I go for MNLU (NLU TAG) or is glc better?
Here I will give you a gist of both the colleges from where it stands as of now (in 2020) so that it can get easier for y ou to decide which one suits your interest more.
GOvernment Law College, Maharashtra- Has been ranked 11 for law by The Week. In the past few years only 10 to 15% of the students get placed but the highest package goes up to 6 lpa but the placement committee is working hard to improve the conditions (though they have not officially revelaed placement records). The libraray here is good but the overall infrastructure, not so much. The faculty is excellent, highly knowledgeable and easily approachable as they are very friendly. There are many clubs like SPIL , ADR cell, MUNSOC, MCA, and DEBSOC (debating society).
MNLU- Ranked 15 for NLUs by CLAT cutoff. The university was formed recently and there has not been any batch as of now that has graduated hence there are no placement records but it is expected that the placement cell will function just fine providing around 6 lpa average salary. The campus is temporary as of now and no permanent campus has been created but they provide flats and single room hostels for the students with mess facilities along with gym, swimming pool, volleyball court and basketball court. As far as the faculty is concerned there are ex-professors of NUJS, NLUJAA, Nalsar, GNLU and NLIU and a number of guest lecturers are invited every now and then. The curriculum is similar to that of NALSAR Hyderabad.
If I were in your shoes, I would have gone to both the places and talked to the faculty as well as the students there to get a btter idea as it is a matter of your future. However, if I were to judge by the looks of it I would have gone with MNLU (personal choice).
Is it possible to do cs articleship along with regular 3 year llb at GLC mumbai or ILS pune?
Yes doing a CS along with LLB is one of the best choices of the combination of professional qualification one could pursue in this country.
ILS and GLC are both good and you'd benefit tremendously from both.
you can pursue Company Secretary and LLB Simultaneously. LLB is a three year regular course and CS is a distance learning course. So from this it is possible to do both at the same time but do remember since LLB is a regular course and It will restrict you from doing training of Company Secretary .
CS with LLB can be pursued professionally in a concurrent manner than CS with another profession.
In fact Organisation literally, hunt for those having CS as well as LLB qualifications.
So All the Best for the Career Endeavour.
what is the timing for 3 year llb at government law college, Mumbai
is attendance at government law college, mumbai, strict for 3 year llb?
Yes they pretty strict in this matter and as an evidence you can also refer this news article.
is it possible to do cs articleship along with llb at GLC mumbai?
You will be able to manage with the CS Program along with LLB course as the Subjects are similar in both the cases. Also, talking about the articleship bit it depends on the college attendance policy also. Because, if it is a full time college with strict attendance policy then you won't be able to pursue your articleship full time. You can definitely take dummy for your articleship and continue your college but rather I would suggest you to take it after your final to make your learning and better.
how can I get admission to BBA llb
Bachelor of Arts + Bachelor of Laws[ B.A.L.L.B.] is a dual degree course in administrative law. BA LLB is a five year course. Having passed a 10+ 2 or equivalent exam from a recognized board with a recommended minimum of 50% of the total, an applicant may apply for this course. Admission to most law schools / universities is achieved through a regional or university level entrance test.
Applicants will usually seek admission to this course via entrance exams. There are also direct admissions to some institutes. Admission exams are performed at all levels of India as well as at the state or university level. This technical course covers topics such as history, economics, sociology, etc., as well as broad areas of law such as tax law, criminal law and corporate law, etc.
The eligibility requirements for the BA LLB course shall be the score of minimum aggregate marks as required by the institute for a senior secondary examination or equivalent examination by the recognized board. The general route of entry to this program is through the entrance exam.
Since the entrance exam is the preferred method, the candidates with the results expected in the senior secondary examination are allowed to apply for the course. In some institutes, direct admission is another route of entry offered to this course.
The common entrance to BA LLB goes through the entrance exam. Entrance exams for this function are CLAT, LSAT and AILET.
Several institutes also conduct personal interviews for final selection after the entry. There are a couple of institutes like C. Bhimasen Rao National College of Law, Karnataka, which offer direct admission to this course on the basis of a merit list.
Hope this helps. All the best!