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Admission process and time of admission?
Tezpur Law College,Assam offers three courses in law namely BA-LLB for a duration of five years, LLB for a duration of 3 years and LLM for a duration of 2 years.
Eligibility Criteria for each are as follows -
BA-LLB :Candidate should have passed 10+2 from a recognized board with 45% aggregate, for SC/ST/OBC it's 40%
LLB : Candidate should be graduate in any discipline from a recognized university with 45% aggregate, for SC/ST/OBC it's 40%
LLM :Candidate should passed BA-LLB or LLB from a recognized university with 45% aggregate, for SC/ST/OBC it's 40%
Admission to undergraduate courses such as BA-LLB and LLB is done on the merit of qualifying examination, candidates need to fill admission form and further shortlisted ones are called for counselling process or other admission formalities.
Admission to LLM is based on written exam conducted by concerned college.
Admission process usually begin in the month of May or June for undergraduate courses.
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