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Can i do law directly after 12th after scoring 59%?


i got 59% in 12th standard , so can i do law directly after 12th?? as this year, 12th question paper was so tough especially physics and chemistry, so could not score more..so kindly help.
i have pleasant personality.




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i got 59% in 12th standard , so can i do law directly after 12th?? as this year, 12th question paper was so tough especially physics and chemistry, so could not score more..so kindly help.
i have pleasant personality.
Yes definitely your eligible to apply for LLB Course after 12th standard . So, Please don't worry . If your interested in Law Course then , After Completing 12th standard you may apply for Integrated course LLB Course .

Integrated LLB Course :-

BA+ LLB Course .

The Duration for of the Course is for 5 years and the Course is divided into 10 semester . There are so many Colleges in India Offers this Integrated LLB Course .

Eligibility Criteria for Integrated LLB Course ( BA+LLB ) :-

The Applicant should Complete 12th standard (or) Equivalent Examination in any discipline from recognized University . Final year candidate may also eligible to apply for this Examination .

You should score Minimum 50% Percentage of marks and relaxation 5% Percentage of will be given for sc/st candidates .

You should Also qualified in entrance Examination like, Common Law Admission Test / NALSAR Entrance Test/ NLSIU Entrance Examination Etc...

The Entrance Examination is based on the Objective type and the Examination Pattern Consist of General Science / Language Ability / Legal Reasoning / General Knowledge / Aptitude of Learning Etc...

Books for LLB Entrance Examination :-


Best LLB Colleges in India :-
  • Symbiosis Law College
  • V.M. Salgaokar College of Law
  • Bangalore Management Academy
  • Amity Law School
  • Faculty of Law
  • Army Institute of Law
  • University College of Law
  • Bharati Vidyapeeth's New Law College
  • Bangalore Institute of Legal Studies
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8th September 2012, 05:19 PM
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hi,

The CLAT is an all India entrance examination conducted by National Law Universities for admissions to their under-graduate and post-graduate degree programmes (LL.B & LL.M).
Eligibility for CLAT:
- You should be 12th pass in any discipline.
- You should have min.50% marks and 5% relaxation to SC/ST/OBC students.
- Your age should not be more than 20 years in case of General/OBC candidates,22 years in case of SC/ST .
Pattern of the exam:
EXam will have MCQ type questions,questions are asked from following areas:
- General Knowledge/Current Affairs
- Mathematics
- Logical Reasoning
- Legal Aptitude/Legal Awareness.
For more:-
www.clat.ac.in
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8th September 2012, 10:19 PM
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Hi dear............
As you are interested to do LAW you have to appear CLAT exam , The details eligibility criteria are as follows....

CLAT BA-LLB Eligibility:

>> Those candidates who have obtained a Intermediate (10+2) or its equivalent from a recognised Board more than 50% marks in aggregate (45% in case of SC/ST/OBC and PWD) are eligible for appearing in CLAT Undergraduate Test.

>> Candidates who have appeared in the 10+2 examination and are awaiting results are also eligible to appear in the test can also apply.

>> Maximum age of a candidate appearing for Undergraduate Program is 20 years. (22 years for SC/ST and PWD).
The candidate have to show prooof of Age and Educational Qualification at the time of Admission to college.






CLAT LLM Eligibility:

>> Those candidates who have a degree in LLB/BA LLB with minimum 55% marks (50% in case of SC/ST/OBC and PWD) are eligible for CLAT Postgraduate Test.

>> Those whose result is awaited are also eligible.

>> If a candidate is found with less than required marks in Graduation, however has cleared CLAT will be disqualify.
The candidate have to show prooof of Age and Educational Qualification at the time of Admission to college.

Good luck.........
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i completed 12thclass is bpharmacy isa good course in future what are the job offers
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i got 59% in 12th standard , so can i do law directly after 12th?? as this year, 12th question paper was so tough especially physics and chemistry, so could not score more..so kindly help.
i have pleasant personality.

LLB stands for Bachelor of Law


Yes, off Course you are eligible for LLB direct after completing your 12th standard...

If you are aspiring to take admission in LLB then you should have to apply for CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) entrance exam and also have to crack it with Good score....

>> A candidate who have completed their 12th standard from Recognized board with at least 55%. (For SC/ST category Minimum 50%).

>> A candidate have to qualify in CLAT entrance examination with good score.

Here is the list of Some Good Colleges for LLB are Following:

Colleges for LLB:
  1. Amity Law School
  2. Faculty of Law
  3. Army Institute of Law
  4. University College of Law
  5. Bharati Vidyapeeth's New Law College

All the best

With Regards.....
Dharm27
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i got 59% in 12th standard , so can i do law directly after 12th?? as this year, 12th question paper was so tough especially physics and chemistry, so could not score more..so kindly help.
i have pleasant personality.
you have pleasant personality thats very nice but that is not the criteria for admission in law courses. You need 50% marks in 12th class for appearing in entrance exam. The admission in will be on the basis of marks you scores in the entrance exam. There is five year law course after 12th....wish you all the best
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I passed my 12th class. Before one year can I do llb after having one year gaps
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Kindly name law colleges in mumbai , Thane , Navi mumbai having BA LLB ie 5 years law course after 12th standard.
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I am a pcb student can i do comp eng after 12th....and if yes
What are best courses to do.....thanku
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