Government Law College, Kolar offers BA-LLB for which admission is done through karnataka government UUCMS portal, the eligibility criteria regarding this is passed 10+2 from a recognized board securing 45% aggregate, for SC/ST it's 40% and for OBC it's 42%, check out our page at https://www.careers360.com/colleges/government-law-college-kolar/ba-llb-course to know more details regarding this, also you can visit the official website of the college at https://gfgc.kar.nic.in/UmbrellaPortal/UG-admission-2022-23 for any other detailed information.
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The best government law colleges in UP are:
The best government law colleges in Delhi are:
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Numerous national and state-level law entrance exams are administered in India for admission to undergraduate and postgraduate legal institutions. After graduating from high school, one can pursue a BA LLB, BBA LLB, or B.Sc L.L.B., or a three-year L.L.B. after earning a bachelor's degree in any area. Following graduation, you can pursue an L.L.M. programme. Law is the most popular degree after engineering and medical. Several colleges and universities in India provide admission based on entrance exams.
The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is a countrywide test offered by 22 National Law Universities on a rotating basis (N.L.U.s). This test is used to determine admission to several National Legal Universities in India's U.G., P.G., and Integrated law programmes. The CLAT is fully online (Computer Based).
The All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) is held each year at the National Law University in Delhi. The AILET will be held for applicants who want to take U.G. and P.G. legal courses at the national law university and its associated schools.
The Siksha 'O' Anusandhan University Admission Test (SAAT) is a university-level entrance examination given by Siksha 'O' Anusandhan University. The SAAT is administered to students seeking admission to a number of courses provided by the University's constituent institutions. Admission to the S.O.A. National Institute of Law is based on the SAAT, CLAT, and LSAT results.
A.M.U. Aligarh Muslim University runs a university-level admission test for all majors. The BA LLB Admission Test and the L.L.M Admission Test are both administered by the University to prospective law students.
Admission to B.H.U.
The University Admission Test (BHU UET) of Banaras Hindu University is a university-level entrance test (B.H.U.). This exam will be administered to all undergraduate students. This exam is required for candidates who desire to apply for admission to a three-year L.L.B. programme.
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To know the expected cut-off of GLC, ILS or any other MHCET Law Participating Colleges, please go through the following link -
Actual Cutoff will be provided as and when DHE releases the same (keep checking the above link).
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As per your query following is the cutoff of Government Law College, Mumbai
For LLB course:
General -> 102-120
OBC -> 80-90
ST,ST -> 60-80
For BLS.LLB Course:
For L.L.B : You must have passed graduation from any discipline with 45% for general category (40% marks for candidates belonging to SC/ST category from Maharashtra only)
For B.L.S. L.L.B. : You must have passed 10+2 examination from any recognised board
And, You should not have Zero mark in MHT CET Law exam.
For more information about GLC Mumbai checkout given link below:
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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!
Admission Process for Law
Admission in law courses is provided through entrance exams. Candidates have to qualify any one of the national, state and university level exam (as applicable). Some of the colleges may also give admission on the basis of merit of the qualifying exam.
MH CET Law is a state level examination organized by Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Maharashtra to offer admission in various law courses. Students can also appear in the CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) & LSAT (Law School Admission Test) examinations to get admission in law courses.
Symbiosis International University organizes its own entrance test SET (Symbiosis Entrance Test) for providing admission in law courses offered by SIU and its constituent colleges.
Top Law Colleges in Maharashtra
Maharashtra has some of the top law institutions of India. Some of the top law colleges in Maharashtra are Symbiosis Law School, Bharati vidyapeeth University, University of Mumbai, Savitribai Phule Pune University & many others.
Law Admission 2022
Law admission can be done through entrance tests. Candidates should check their eligibility before applying for admission. The eligibility criteria for various law courses are mentioned below:
For admission in integrated law courses, candidates must have passed 10+2 or equivalent exam from any recognized board.
Candidates should hold a graduation degree to apply for admission in LLB programme.
There is no age limit criteria to apply for law courses.
Candidates must have qualified the three year and four year law courses for admission in LLM course.
In the qualifying exam, candidates must have secured minimum 45% marks for general candidates and 40% marks for reserved categories.
Yes you can pursue law in hindi medium as both hindi and English medium choices are available there. But then if you are able to interpret English it's advisable to go for it given that most course material are available in English and many important proceedings of Supreme court high court are conducted in English.
Your spectrum would be wider with English.
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So, with regard of you're query. In Mumbai, there is only one college where you can receive admission through the CLAT exam. The Maharashtra National Law University in Mumbai is the only college in Maharashtra that offers CLAT admission. To learn more about this college, please visit the link below.
They are no specified score of CLAT allotted to get admission into this college.
so, please contact to the college.
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Old infrastructure but with all the facilities. The infrastructure is well maintained by the authorities. What all things are needed for a law student are available over here. The main highlight of a law school is it's library and it has a ample law books to read over.
The eligibility criteria for admission into the post graduate diploma in Intellectual Property Rights of GLC Mumbai is that the candidate must have a graduation degree in any discipline from a recognised university.
50 seats are offered for admission into the Post Graduate Diploma in Intellectual Property Rights programme of GLC Mumbai.
The eligibility criteria for admission into B.L.S. L.L.B. programme of GLC Mumbai is that the candidate must have passed 10+2 or its equivalent from a recognised board and must have a non zero score in MH CET Law.
320 seats are offered for admission into the L.L.B programme of GLC Mumbai.
Directorate of Higher Education, Maharashtra conducts MHCET Law examination.
GLC Mumbai admissions are offered at the undergraduate and postgraduate level.
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