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- IT Infrastructure
- Moot Court
- Guest Room
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when will admission start for BA LLB and what is the eligibility criteria
I would like to tell you that admissions for the course of BA LLB 2021 has been started. Various colleges are inviting students for admission and colleges are conduction their entrance exams as well.
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BA LLB ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
You need minimum qualification of 10+2 .
Minimum marks requires 50%-60% , it varies from college to college.
Some colleges even have age criteria , so you have to check for your particular college as it varies from college to college.
Admission is done on the basis of your score in various entrance exams like CLAT, LSAT, AILET etc.
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