Questions related to Sau Kusum Tai Dabke Law College, Raipur
3 year llb k liye konsa exam de?
There are many exams for three year LLB such as Delhi University conducts DU LLB, Allahabad University conducts LAT, BHU conducts BHU UET for law,you can appear for LSAT for which its scores are accepted by many universities, and apart from these we have state level law exams such as AP LAWCET in Andhra Pradesh, MAH CET LAW in Maharashtra, KLEE in Kerala, TS LAWCET in Telangana etc.
Admission is on which basis clat Or gradution marks in skd clg?
Sau Kusum Tai Dabke Law College offers LLB for which the eligibility criteria is passed Bachelor's Degree in any discipline from a recognized university with 45% aggregate , there's relaxation of 5% in case of reserved Category,admission is done on the basis of the merit of the qualifying examination, and CLAT is only conducted for admission to integrated law programs for a duration of five years for which eligibility criteria is based on 12th qualifications, CLAT isn't conducted for LLB admission.
llb ke liye admission kis basis pr hota?
Sau Kusum Tai Dabke Law College is a private college affiliated to Pt Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur,eligibility criteria for LLB is passed Bachelor's Degree in any discipline from a recognized university with 45% aggregate , there's relaxation of 5% in case of reserved Category,admission is done on the basis of the merit of the qualifying examination. For more details regarding this, visit the official website at https://sktdlawcollege.in/index.php?page=home
i want to BA.LLB now i want addmission from now
Say Kusum Tai Dabke Law College only offers three year LLB course.The eligibility criteria is that a candidate must have passed bachelor's degree after 10+2.Must have passed bachelor's degree with atleast 45% ( general category) and 42% (OBC candidates) and 40% (SC/ST) in any discipline from a recognised board.
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