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Bachelor of Legislative Law (LLB) is a three-year full-time programme in Law offered by University of Mumbai, Mumbai with the approval of Bar Council of India (BCI).
Educational Qualification for Maharashtra State Candidates
The candidate should be a Graduate and or Post Graduate in any faculty/discipline or knowledge of any University in Maharashtra established by an act of Parliament or by the State Legislature or an equivalent National Institution recognized as a Deemed to be University or Foreign University recognized as equivalent to the status of an Indian University by an Authority competent to declare equivalence, with minimum 45% Marks in aggregate for Open Category candidates ( i.e. 45% Marks for all the parts of the Degree Examination taken together), and 40% Marks in aggregate in degree examination in all parts of the Degree Examination for candidates belonging to SC and ST Category belonging to State of Maharashtra only. Ref:-Bar Council of India-2008: Part V-5(a))
The Candidate who has passed the 3 year undergraduate degree and or 2/3 Yrs. Post Graduate Degree from university after prosecuting the studies in the educational pattern of 10+2+3 and/or 10+2+3+2/3 Yrs. with regular studies at Secondary (SSC) and Higher Secondary (HSC) schooling.
The Candidates who have completed 10 (SSC) +2 (HSC) Education following Regular Mode are also eligible for admission to LL.B 3 Yrs. CET provided they have completed their Graduation and or Post Graduation through Regular Mode/Open or Distance Mode.
Outside Maharashtra University Graduates/Post Graduates
Candidates from Out- side Maharashtra Universities will be considered as Open Category candidates irrespective of their Caste/Category and criteria applicable to Open Category candidates will be applicable to them.
Candidates who are appearing for the qualifying examination in the academic year are also eligible to apply for MAH-LL.B-3 –CET/Entrance Examination. Such candidates will become eligible for admission only if they produce marks Memo/ Degree Certificate of the Qualifying Examination while filling in the Form for CAP only if they score minimum required percentage of Aggregate marks in the Qualifying Examination.
Admission is purely on the basis State Common Entrance Test MAH-Law CET (3 Years).
|MHCET Law||31 Mar'23|
Mode - Online
|1 May'23 - 2 May'23|
Mode - Online
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