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how can i get admission for BA LLB....! how can i contact? and any procedure are to be followed....
to get an admission to BA LLB, you have to give CLAT exam which is national exam and accepted across India.
eligibiltiy critieria:- minimum 45% in 12th from a recognized board. 40% in case of categorical reservation category.
You have to score a decent score and rank for which you will be eligibile for top LAW colleges through counselling process. After counselling process, you have to visit the campus of the college you got in Counselling process for admission process. After admission you start pursuing BA LLB.
for more information about CLAT please visit the link below:- https://law.careers360.com/articles/clat-eligibility-criteria
Last date to fill the form is 25th april. You can fill it in the official webpage of the board.
for more details about the exam pattern, visit the link below :-
Hope it helps!
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