Generally, universities offering LL.M. course conduct an Entrance Test for admission to the program. One must have 55% in LLB. The application forms for this course are available in the month of April-May every year.
The entrance test paper contains around 150 questions which can be both objective and subjective in nature. The duration of the exam is 2 hours which includes negative marking for objective type questions. The marks deducted are usually 1/4th of the marks allocated to the question.
The marking scheme is not fixed for all the universities, it may vary accordingly. The long essay type generally contains 4 questions with 25 marks each. The syllabus for LL.M. entrance exam generally covers the following topic.
You can consider below-written options for doing LLM:
National Law University, Jodhpur, ILS LAW COLLEGE - PUNE, National Law School of India University ,Bangalore, Gujarat National Law University,School of Law- LOVELY PROFESSIONAL UNIVERSITY - JALANDHAR, THE WEST BENGAL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF JURIDICAL SCIENCES -KOLKATA, THE NATIONAL LAW INSTITUTE UNIVERSITY - BHOPAL, FACULTY OF LAW, BANARAS HINDU UNIVERSITY, VARANASI, FACULTY OF LAW-UNIVERSITY OF DELHI, NEW DELHI, NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY - NEW DELHI, MS Ramaiah College of Law- Bangalore, Christ University-Bangalore, NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad,
If you wish to seek admission in LLM programme, you need to appear in CLAT PG for which the eligibility criteria is as mentioned here -
Candidates need to possess a bachelor’s degree in law. The law degree can be of
five-year integrated or three year law programme from an institution
approved by Bar Council of India with at least 55 percent marks. And there is a relaxation of 5% for reserved category candidates.
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The eligibility criteria for admission in various different law colleges is different from each. For admission through CLAT PG in NLUs the eligiblity criteria is a minimum aggregate of 55% marks in the UG Law degree.
In many other colleges the eligiblity requirement is a minimum aggregate of 50% in the UG law degree.
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