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can we take admission without any exam (government or private)?
Kolkata Police Law Institute offers 5 year BA LLB after your 12th, 3 year LLB which is exclusively for in service police personnel of Kolkata police, West Bengal Police and other Govt. Organisations. It also has started 2 year LLM Course. According to an admission notification available at their official website, http://kplawinstitute.edu.in/uploads/BALLB%20ADMISSION%20NOTICE%202019-2020.pdf admissions are conducted based on an entrance examination only. So without an entrance exam, you can take admission in this college.
Hello sir, i am in 3rd year and i am giving my exam in the month of april so c.u result maybe take time for coming up the results. so, can i take admission afte the admission test?
Tausheen, Most of the colleges provide an opportunity to those candidates also who are appearing in their final year of graduation to apply for selection procedures to get admitted in that college. The entrance examinations which are needed to be cleared do allow for the candidates appearing in the final graduation exams to apply and if you clear the examinations, then you can also get admission in that particular college. But remember that even if you get admission in that college, your admission will only be provisional unless you pass in your final graduation papers and produce the passing certificate to the college authorities.
Hope this answers your query.
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