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Percentage required to get admission in top law colleges for 3 years law course?


i am persuing b.com hons from a college under calcutta university along with company secretariship(c.s)...i am interested to do the 3 yr law course after completing graduation.how much percentage of marks would i require in my graduation to get admission in the top law colleges in india,preferably calcutta...to do the 3 yr law llb degree




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I am pushpendra katiyar.mere graduation me 43% hai.kya mai LLB nahi kar skta hu. Abhi mai pg kar raha hu.
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What is the minimum percentage of marks in graduation required for admission in L.L.B. degree course?
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Mey ney 2nd year ke paper deya ha mujhe llb karne ke leya taqreban kitne %tage chaeya ho ge 2nd year mey?
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After 3 years' gap may I take readmission in LLb Ist Year. As I left my course in the first year itself.
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how much percentage need to gate admission in 3 year low(llb)
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i have done b.sc with geog,eco,sco, can i do law after this,
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admission in 3 year low(llb)
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mujhe llb krne k liye fees and collage k bare me btayo?8010536218
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i have done bcom I want to do llb please tell me how much % is required for it
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i am persuing b.com hons from a college under calcutta university along with company secretariship(c.s)...i am interested to do the 3 yr law course after completing graduation.how much percentage of marks would i require in my graduation to get admission in the top law colleges in india,preferably calcutta...to do the 3 yr law llb degree
Dear friend,

LLB course are two types- one is three years duration another is five year duration.

Only BA,B.SC and B.COM student are eligible for LLB course but you must have 40% in graduation.For Sc/ST candiadate this marks is reduced to 35%.

Best college for LLB course in India:-

NLSIU, Bangalore
Deptt of Laws, Punjab University, Chandigarh
Bangalore Institute of Legal Studies, Bangalore
School of Law, Gujarat University, Ahmedabad
NALSAR, Hyderabad
NLIU, Bhopal
Faculty of Law, BHU, Banaras
Symbiosis Law College, Pune
Indian Law Society Law College, Pune
Amity Law School, Delhi
Faculty of Law, Chandigarh University
Faculty of Law, DU, Delhi
Government Law College, Mumbai

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i am student of llb 3 years at mlb college Gwalior it is my 1 sem. but i want to take admission in 3 sem at mumbai law college in 2012 . plz suggest me, can i do so?
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Abhisek Chakraborty from Kolkata. My Contact numer is 09830435287. Interested to know about D S LAW college at Kendrapara, orissa under Utkal University regarding standard,affiliation, future prospect,communication and other aminities o0f LLB(3YRS) course
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mera naam Rashid Ahmed hai or mai LLB course karna chata hu lekin mera percentage 41% hai lekin naya rule hai ki 45% marks required.tho mai kya LLB nehi kar sakta.kindly ek change de dijiye
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Hii! I m dixita, i wnt to ask that for any SC and ST caste students, by scouring 35% in graduation can he or she can get admisson in any law clg....plzzz rly my question in [email protected] hlp me by rlying....
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i got 80 % in 12th class science whether i can got admision in law college
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I did b.com with 45% in 2000 and want to study llb 3 years now. should i need to attend any exam before admitting to the college or directly can i join to it. is three night classes also and also the percentage required?
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hi,i am aarzoo what is the procedure to get admission in 3 years llb course through clat..?
Name colleges to provide 3 years llb in clat.
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hi,i am persuing b.com final year..please tell me that how many colleges are providing 3 years llb course in clat and from where what sources i could prepare for clat..?
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What is the fee structure of punjab university
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can students whose final year results are awaited can apply for llb in government law college mumbai and indian law society pune???
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I got 42% in B.com ? can I get admission in Law anywhere in India
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am doing my 2nd year of BCA. am i eligible for law after my completion of BCA????
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Sir , I want to know that how is Lucknow univ for llb??
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how law college in gwalior
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how much percentage required into F.Y.LLB in VNSGU
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Dear friend,

LLB course are two types- one is three years duration another is five year duration.

Only BA,B.SC and B.COM student are eligible for LLB course but you must have 40% in graduation.For Sc/ST candiadate this marks is reduced to 35%.

Best college for LLB course in India:-

NLSIU, Bangalore
Deptt of Laws, Punjab University, Chandigarh
Bangalore Institute of Legal Studies, Bangalore
School of Law, Gujarat University, Ahmedabad
NALSAR, Hyderabad
NLIU, Bhopal
Faculty of Law, BHU, Banaras
Symbiosis Law College, Pune
Indian Law Society Law College, Pune
Amity Law School, Delhi
Faculty of Law, Chandigarh University
Faculty of Law, DU, Delhi
Government Law College, Mumbai

Thanks
How could it possible because as per Bar Council of India there was a 45% of marks must needed to take admission in LLB 3 year Programme.
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I got 37.75 persent in llb 3year entrance exam ad 71 persent in graduation so mi eeligible to take admission in pu
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sir, where can i get admission for 3 years ll.b course in assam with 35 Percent marks in b.a final exam?
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Hii! I m dixita, i wnt to ask that for any SC and ST caste students, by scouring 35% in graduation can he or she can get admisson in any law clg....plzzz rly my question in [email protected] hlp me by rlying....
Two types of LLB courses.
1) 5 year course :- BA. LLB
2) 3 year course :- LLB
Eligibility is graduation in any course with:-
40% for General category students and 35% for SC/ST candidates. This is for 3 year course.
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i am persuing b.com hons from a college under calcutta university along with company secretariship(c.s)...i am interested to do the 3 yr law course after completing graduation.how much percentage of marks would i require in my graduation to get admission in the top law colleges in india,preferably calcutta...to do the 3 yr law llb degree
Above84% is basic for all and necessary.&(.8 and above can matter for private institution and above65%.
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Your decision makes a lot of sense. If you are doing Company Secretariship, it is a wise decision to do LLB as well. A lot of people consider CS+LLB a killer combination which would come very handy in the future.

To pursue the 3 years LLB course, you will have to complete the Bachelor of Commerce course. Before that you will not be given admission. As far as good colleges for the LLB course are concerned, I am afraid you may not find good colleges in Calcutta.

Unfortunately Calcutta University offers the integrated LLB course, 5 years duration course. Which makes no sense for you since you are already in the process of completing the graduation.

Therefore it simply means that you will have to consider options outside Calcutta, perhaps outside West Bengal as well. There are some good colleges in Mumbai and Pune for 3 years LLB.

However the best option will be Banars Hindu University or the Delhi University. You won't get any better option that these two universities.


LLB Eligibility

1. It is necessary to have completed graduation.

2. 45 to 50 percent marks in qualifying course will be required.

3. SC/ST will require 40 percent marks in most colleges.

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

5. Your age should not exceed 30 years for LLB.

6. SC/ST can apply till 35 years.


Please do not attempt to take admission for correspondence course. Bar Council of India has made it mandatory to complete the under graduate Law course to be completed from regular mode.

No correspondence/distance education degree will be accepted by the Bar Council of India to allow you practice.
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hi I am nadeem has passed my graduation with 62% so tell me in wich college I have 2 tk admission 4 3 year llb
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HELLO,

Percentage required to get admission in top law colleges for 3 years law course is 50%.

This should help
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Hi I m Ankit I have done my BBA with 60% marks.and now i want to do LLB. so plz tell me will it suitable for me and also tell me that which field is proper for me to do LLB
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hi i am chandrani sen i have just completed my graduation in BMS (bsc in media science) how will i take admission in law college? if it possible can you show me previous years question paper?
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i had completed my 12 n i wanna pursue llb after my graguation so which entrance exam should i give
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I am doing BA.i want to do 3 years LLB do I need to give any entrance exam for getting into a law college after my completion of BA?
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What is the minimum percentage of marks in graduation required for admission in L.L.B. degree course?
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Dear all,
I am Amit Sarkar from West Bengal, I wish to admission in L.L.B. degree course, but my H.S. percentage is 56.66% and in Graduation it is 44.50% and my age is 34 years at now, want to do 5yrs or 3yrs LLB course, if it is possible how can I ??????????
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hi' this is rupa.i have done b.a from delhi university 2014.where can i get admition for 3years.llb course in with mmh collegs gzb.with percent marks 47/:
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Hi I'm Rubina.I'm a student of H.S. I want to get admission in Calcutta university.I want to know how much percentage is required for 5years cours of law in Calcutta university? Is Entrance exam's percentage also required for llb?
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Sir I have completed this year b.com Hon's from mdu I am strongly willing to take admission in llb program please suggest me what I should do
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