National Law University, New Delhi
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The admission in NLUs is purely based on CLAT entrance exam.
You must have secured at least 45% marks in
aggregate of the total marks and if belonging to SC/ST category, they should
have a minimum of 40% marks.
The National Law University requires you to pass you 10+2 with more than 50% marks. Since you have 52% , you are completely eligible for NLU. You can study there if you clear the entrance exam(AILET) and secure a seat. All the best!
Firstly,admission in National Law University, delhi is done through AILET and not CLAT. Admission in all other NLUs except NLU Delhi is done through CLAT. The eligibilty criteria for both is the same that you firstly need to pass in your class 12th board exams from a recognised board. You also need to score a minimum aggregate of 45% marks in 12th boards to be eligible. Considering this you seem to be eligible for both CLAT and AILET.
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The average package given to student in this college was Rs. 12 to 16 lakhs per annum.and The highest package offered to student was Rs. 20 lakhs per annum with 100% placements
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Hello dear aspirant.
My dear friend clat is a exam organised for law colleges and if you willing to pursue law from Rajiv Gandhi National law University then you simply need to qualify the exam. If you successfully qualify it then you will surely get it .
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Your college has nothing to do with you being able to crack Judiciary or not. Various people who are pursuing law from NLUs prepare for Judiciary. But mostly the students in NLUs have an inclination towards Corporate sector as in the top tier NLUs the placements are really good. So whether you do your law from an NLU or some traditional college or some private college, it does not matter as you'll have to prepare on your own. Many students take coaching classes for the same while being in 4th-5th year or even earlier or later. So colleges where you can adjust your time accordingly for it are preferred. Hence in case you do not get into an NLU it will not affect your judiciary preparation in any manner. Even if you're in an NLU you will not have an upper hand because of that in Judiciary.
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No, you cannot do 3 year LLB course from any NLU/ national Law Universities. All the NLUs in India offer only 5 year integrated law courses which combine an undergraduate degree like BA, BCOM etc with Law. This course is appropriate if you want to take admission in law after 12th class directly.
If You wish to take admission in law after completion of any graduation degree separately, then you can go for 3 year LLB. There are colleges other than NLUs that offer 3 year LLB.
Here is a list of law entrances for 3 year LLB course -
DU LLB - Delhi University
MH CET- GLC mumbai, ILS Pune and other colleges in Maharashtra
SLAT- Symbiosis Law school
PU LLB- Panjab University, Chandigarh
LSAT- Jindal global Law school, IIT Kharagpur and other private law colleges
BHU LLB- Banaras Hindu University
BVP LLB- Bharatiya Vidyapeeth
TS LAWCET Etc
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Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL) is a university of Legal Education located in Patiala, Punjab. Established in the year 2006, it is approved by the Bar Council of India. The university offers students UG and PG courses in the field of law. RGNUL also offers research degree programs (Ph.D.) in the field of law.
RGNUL offers a five-year integrated B.A.LL.B. course for the undergraduate students and a one-year postgraduate LL.M. course. The university offers a total of 180 seats for B.A.LL.B. and 40 seats for LL.M.
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