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Questions related to Narayan Law College, Jhalwa
I m 36 I was pass intermediate in 2006 can i take admission in ballb
Earlier there was a restriction on age limit for pursuing BA LLB course in India. But, now, there's no age limit for the course. So, yes. You can pursue BA LLB at the age of 36 also, if tou passed intermediate in 2006.
The eligibility criteria for the course states that the candidate must have passed class 12th with minimum 45-50% marks in a relevant subject discipline from a recognised board of education.
If you satisfy this criteria, you can apply for the Course.
Also, different colleges and universities may have different age criteria and restrictions. So, check out for this before applying.
Hope this helps.
how many fee in one year when admission time
Do mention the course you want to take so that we can provide you the details you need.you can even visit the official website of the college for details or comment below the course you want to take we will help you out with the information
i want to take admission in session 2020
You can apply for CLAT Entrance Exam for the admission to five years Integrated program to get into NLUs.
The application form is available from 1st January, 2020 & last date to apply is 31st March, 2020.
You can check the further information to go through with the given below link.
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