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what is the fee of llb course?
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LLB is the most common degree of Law . It takes 3 years to complete the course .
Minimum eligibility criteria for getting admission in LLB is at least 45% marks in class 12th . In most of the Institution you need to clear the entrance examination for getting admission in LLB course.
Here are several best Universities for LLB
- NLSIU Bangalore
- National Law University ,Delhi
- Nalsar University of Law
- National Law University ,Kolkata
- ILS Law college , Pune
Now every University Have Different Fee for LLB course:-
Talking about LLB in DU , fee for PWD Student is Rs 75
Fee for Other student is Rs 5428.
Fee structure of National Law University Bangalore is for General Category 2,88,445 and for SC\ST 2,85,445
For More Information about LLB Fee Structure click on the given link
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