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To get admission in 3 year LLB course, you need to get less than 45% marks. You have scored very less marks in your Graduation and to get admission in LLB course you have to apply for the CLAT Examination. CLAT stands for Common Law Admission Test and this examination is conducted by 14 National Law Schools/Universities for admissions to their under-graduate and post graduate degree programmes LL.B & LL.M.
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The last date to apply for LLB in KSLU without late fee was 20th November, and with a fine of Rs 1000 it was 25th November,
you can go through the official notification at https://kslu.karnataka.gov.in/storage/pdf-files/Notification/1223.pdf to know more details regarding this,
the eligibility criteria of LLB is passed graduation in any discipline securing 45% aggregate, in case of reserved categories there is relaxation of 5%, admission to three years LLB is strictly based on the merit of the qualifying examination,
you can visit the official website at https://kslu.karnataka.gov.in/info-4/NOTIFICATIONS/en to know more details regarding this,
There are many colleges and universities offering LLB course on the basis of different fee structure. The average fees charged ranges between 1 to 3 lakh per annum.
KSLU Hubli offers LL.B, B.A LL.B, B.B.A LL.B, B.A LL.B Hons, B.B.A LL.B Hons, LL.M, LL.D, PG Diploma degree & the admission can be based on 12th board marks or entrance exam. The admission will be on merit basis which means that during the counselling process, the admission will be based on the merit of the students appearing for the counselling process.
For example: If a student gets 95 & you have got 93 then obviously the students who has more marks or more merit gets the seat.
What do you mean by 'scope of KSLU' is little confusing to us. You can ask us a clearer question & we will try to answer it clearly.
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BBA LLB is an integrated course. BBA LLB stands for Bachelor of business administration-bachelor of legislative law .
The course is of 5 years .
Admission is done on the basis of marks gained in the law entrance test.
There are several BBA LLB Entrance Examination such as CLAT , LSAT ,MH CET LAW, ILSAT and more.
Eligibility criteria for BBA LLB :
Candidates must have passed 10+2 with a recognized board of education .
Candidates should have scored minimum 50% in aggregate in 10+2 .
There is not any age restriction , Candidates of any age can seek admission in BBA LLB programme.
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To get admission in Masters of legislative law, one needs to have 50-55% minimum marks in graduation. There are some relaxations for reserved cateogries in different universities but the minimum percentage for general category remains to be 50-55%. In Karnataka state law University, the minimum percentage required is 45%, so you cannot get admission in this college.
However you can also check in the local law colleges (both government and private) in and around your place or anywhere across the country where they are not strict with law graduation marks.
If not, then you should explore options other than law.
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For DU there is a reservation of 15% for SC candidates and 7.5% for ST candidates and this is probably the same in all the colleges in INDIA.
For more info's you should visit the college website in which you are trying to get a admission at and you will know the exact number of seats available for the department you want to opt for.
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Generally, You require to complete the admission formalities again. But I would suggest you to contact the college regarding this they can help you better about it as officially there is no such kind of information available on the website of Karnataka State Law University.
Candidates who have passed 10+2 and graduate or post-graduation from a recognized university with at least 45% for the general category and 40% with SC and ST candidates.
No, until the application form dates are extended by the university no candidate will be allowed to submit the application form after the last date.
Candidates must secure atleast 50% marks in aggregate in order to get their pass certificate by the university.
Once you enroll yourself for any law course with KSLU, you will have to complete the course within the prescribed time by the university.
The applicant who has passed the prescribed qualifying examination from recognized Boards of examination that are situated outside Karnataka or in a Foreign country shall compulsorily obtain the eligibility certificate before taking the admission.
The university provides reservation to following categories - Supernumerary quota for students from J&K- 2 seats,5 % seats are reserved for kashmiri migrants, 8% seat reservation for candidates from Hyderabad-Karnataka, under Art. 371, 3% seats reserved for PwD candidates, 5% seats reserved for Gadinadu/Horanadu/Kannadiga candidates.
Total 12 courses are offered by the university at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
Documents such as qualifying examination marksheets, ID proof, Passport size photographs, Transfer certificate and Birth certificate.
The duration of LLM courses is 2 years.
The admission process of KSLU Hubli is that the students will be selected on the basis of the merit in the qualifying examination.
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