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how much marks necessary for admission??
For admissions into St Wilfreds College of Law, Panvel the admission are done on the basis of MHCET Law MAH-LLB and according to last year statistics:
- 2018: 3690 closing rank
- 2019: 4798 closing rank (Home State) and 657 (Other state)
So to get admissions into the college, you need to have a rank of at most 4000, if you are from Home state. [For BLS LLB Integrated]. That means you need to score at least 85-95 marks in General category . For more details follow; St Wilfreds
I have been allotted wilfred college for LLB admission. How to proceed. How much fees I have to deposit and how.
if you have allotted seat in Saint wilfred college of LLB than the entire process after for admission you can see from the below link:
If talking about fee structure so the total tuition fees for BA LLB course is 75000 where is the total tuition fee for LLB course is 19000, and you can also consider for other expenses if we go with the traditional rules so furstly you may have to deposit 50% of the total fee.
Best of luck.
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