20th July 2013, 10:41 PM
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How to take admission in LLB after scoring 57% marks in TYBSc

57 % mark in tybsc passout 2004 i want to take admission in L.L.B PLS SUGGEST THE LOCATION OF COLLEGDE WHERE IS POSSIBLE FOR ME TO TAKE A ADMISSION.

21st July 2013, 07:49 AM
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Hi Friend.................

Eligibility Criteria for LAW Course

>> B.A. L.L.B: This is a 5-year course and the students can pursue this course after passing Class 12.

>> L.L.B.: This is a 3-year course, open for graduates.

>> L.L.M.: This is a postgraduate course in Law. The duration of the course is 2year. Students can pursue this course after completing B.A. L.L.B. or L.L.B.

>> In addition to LL.B. degree, many universities and institutes also offer other diploma courses in several disciplines of law, including Administrative Law, International Law, Labor Laws, Tax Laws and Corporate Laws

>> In the majority of the institutes/universities, selection is on the basis of an entrance exam. The examination is usually objective type in nature. The examination pattern covers questions on areas such as :-

>> Reasoning

>> General Awareness

>> Legal Aptitude

>> Numerical Aptitude

>> Political Science (Preliminary)
21st July 2013, 06:58 PM
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Yes you'll be able to apply for Law once completing B.Sc Graduation but you have got to qualify entrance examination then only you may get an honest college.

There are 2 ways by which one will join a law course . One is after 10+2 and alternative is after graduation

After 10+2 your Degree are of five years and after Graduation it'll be of three years.

There is a National Law entrance examination which is thought as Common Law Admission Test( CLAT). you'll be able to apply for this exam if you would like to require admission into law course after B.Sc course.

National Law schools are one of the best within the country thus you should aim to urge admission into these institutes.

There are other universities additionally which conduct their own entrance examination thus you'll be able to apply for those additionally if you would like to urge admission in a particular university.

Some of the top Law colleges in India are listed below:

--National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bangalore

-Campus Law Centre, Delhi University, Delhi

-National Academy of Legal Studies and Research University (NALSAR), Hyderabad

-Symbiosis Society's Law College, Pune

-National Law Institute University, Bhopal

-National Law Institute University, Jodhpur

-The WB National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata

-Faculty of Law, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh

-Gujarat National Law University, Gadhinagar

-ILS Law College, Pune

For more information visit http://www.clat.ac.in
21st July 2013, 09:25 PM
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You completed graduation almost 9 years ago. I am not sure whether you will be eligible for the LLB course now or perhaps have crossed the age limit for the course.

The LLB is a 3 years graduation course which you can pursue after finishing the graduation course. There is another LLB course of 5 years but that is for candidates who have just finished 12th.

You are not eligible for that course since age limit for 5 years course is 20 years, something you have crossed years ago. Besides there is no point doing the graduation again as well. Therefore you should focus on 3 years LLB.

Although the number of colleges offering 3 years have decreased since the introduction of 5 years course, there are still good number of colleges offering the course. Banaras Hindu University is one such example. Perhaps the best option is Delhi University Faculty of Law.

LLB Eligibility

1. Candidates who have completed graduation are eligible.

2. Must have minimum of 45 to 50 percent marks.

3. The SC/ST require 40 percent marks to apply.

4. However in DU, there is no marks criteria for SC/ST.

5. You should be less than 30 years old to apply.

6. SC/ST should be less than 35 years.

Please see whether you are meeting the age limit or not. The criteria for OBC is same as General student. If you have crossed 30 years mark then I am afraid you are not eligible.

Do not attempt to complete LLB through correspondence as it will backfire. The LLB correspondence course is not acceptable to the Bar Council of India. It won't be recognized and neither you will be allowed to practice as lawyer.
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