i am from Mumbai is CLAT and MAHCET LAW entrance both are compulsory for pursuing 3 yr llb course?
LLB, aslo known as Bachelor of Legislative Law, is an undergraduate law programme of 3 years duration that can be pursued after graduation. One can take admission to LLB law degree course after graduation. Admission to LLB courses can be done through two channels:
2) based on scores of qualifying exams.
The candidate can choose an entrance exam based on the college they want to get admission to; for example for admission to Delhi University , one has to qualify DU LLB 2020 entrance exam.
Direct admission based on qualifying exam marks is also a common admission route, with KSLU admission being a good example. In this case, there is no entrance exam, and the candidate is only expected to fulfil eligibility requirements like qualifying exam passed, minimum marks, and also nativity requirements. The merit list, in this case, is prepared considering marks of qualifying (graduate) exam.
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No, it is at your option to give MaHCET law exam for admission into 3 year LLB course. there are many entrance exams for admission in 3 year LLB course. Also, CLAT does not offer you three year LLB rather it is for 5 year LLB programme which students can give after class 12th. Following are few other entrance exam which you can give for 3 year LLB course:
- Jindal Global Law School OP Jindal Global University, Sonipat : LSAT-India
- Symbiosis Law School, Pune : SLAT
- All law colleges in AP affiliated to state universities: LAWCET of Andhra Pradesh
- Four Government law Colleges in Kerela : CEE - Kerela