20th June 2012, 03:25 PM
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What is the eligibility criteria for LLB? Can I join LLB from CCS? I have completing B.Com from DU


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I have completed B.Com from DU having 39.08% and CS from ICSI having 60%.

I want to join LLB (3 years). Can i join LLB from CCS.?? What is the accurate eligibility criteria for LLB (3years). If i am not eligible on the basis of B.COM due to low percentage then can we take admission on the basis of CS Degree.

Request you to suggest me.

Thanks in advance




 
18th August 2012, 02:41 AM
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Hiii

I have completed B.Com from DU having 39.08% and CS from ICSI having 60%.

I want to join LLB (3 years). Can i join LLB from CCS.?? What is the accurate eligibility criteria for LLB (3years). If i am not eligible on the basis of B.COM due to low percentage then can we take admission on the basis of CS Degree.

Request you to suggest me.

Thanks in advance

A candidate who seeks to carry out 3 year Bachelor program with any of the recognized Institutes or Universities whose LLB programs are approved by the Bar Council of India, must have completed a Bachelor's degree in any discipline from a recognized University with minimum 45% aggregate marks. Candidate belonging to reserved category needs to have scored a minimum of 40% aggregate marks. Admission is based either through Entrance Examinations or merit of percentage scored in the qualifying Examination.

Since, you have scored 39% marks in the Bachelors degree, you have a very sleek chance of getting admission in to the Government Law College, Mumbai, as it may conduct Entrance Examination from general candidates who have scored more than 40% aggregate marks and less than 45% and for candidates belonging to reserved category who have scored more than 35% aggregate marks but less than 40% aggregate.

To get detail information you may refer to the official website of Government Law College Mumbai or any other of such kind.

One can get admission in to the 3 years LLB program only on the basis of a degree. Hence, on the basis of CS course you will not be eligible to get admission into the 3 years LLB program.




 
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i have done M.A political science with 50 persent marks, am i eligible for llb 3 yrs course from ccs university.




 
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sir,
i was passed BA through open university, now i was joined one sitting intermediate. after completion of my one sitting intermediate i will eligible for llb or not
pls suggest me
 
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after bca am i eligible for llb3 years cource....
 
10th January 2013, 03:21 PM
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You have completed Bachelor of Commerce, but the percentage scored is well below the required to pursue LLB course. You need at least 45 percent marks in graduation while you have scored only 39 percent.

The Company Secretary course is considered as professional course not the graduation degree. Therefore you can not apply for the LLB on the basis of the performance in Company Secretary course.

Unfortunately you can not apply for LLB. There may be some open universities that would offer Law course to you but please beware that LLB is not offered through correspondence/distance education.

The LAW course offered through correspondence is not recognized by the Bar Council of India. Therefore such candidates can not appear in the court as lawyer.


LLB Eligibility

1. Must have completed graduation in any stream.

2. Minimum of 45 percent marks in graduation.

3. SC/ST need 40 percent marks.

4. The maximum age limit is 30 years.

5. There is up to 5 years relaxation for SC/ST.

6. The criteria for OBC is same as General candidate.
 
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what is the last date of ccs university meerut LL.B entrance exam form for 2013
 
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i got 44.38% marks in b.com . i am from OBC cetogry .am eligible for 3 year LLB
 
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i have compleeted my BA through the distance education under madurai kamraj university i got 50 %mark.the kerala university has given me the eligibility certificate for the higher studies so can i get the admition of three year llb in kerala
 
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sir, is there any entrance exam will clear for admmission in LLB?????
 
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Can i get addmission in LLB on the basis of M.com?
 
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Re: What is the eligibility criteria for LLB? Can I join LLB from CCS on the basis of M.com???
 
11th July 2013, 01:45 PM
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I am about to pursue LLB from CCS, meerut through some institute known as NCMCC(Nath Computer Masters & Career Creators) which will help me in pursuing LLB from parsandi devi college of law, Greater Noida as I am working Candidate. Is it the right step? My age is 26 and a half years old and my percent in BCom is 58.5%.
 
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i have done my MA(political science) from IGNOU with 50% marks. so tell me can i get admission LLB(3years) course.basis on MA & tell me fees stucher and prossiger from reguller collage under the ccsu.
 
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i have completed my bcom with 42% ....... and my catageory is OBC ,,,,,,,
SO M ELEGIBLE TO DO LLB 3 YEARS AFTER BCOM
 
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i have comleted my 12th in non medical stream .is i m eligible for clat exam or any other law entrance exam?
 
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I have secured 35% in BA Degree from DU but now completed MBA with 50% marks. If I am eligible for admission in LLB from CCS university on the basis of MBA degree.
 
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can i take admittion in l.l.b after cs executive?
then what is the duration of l.l.b after cs executive?
 
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Can I join LLB From any open university.Iamgraguate with 43%marks and M.A with 52%marks
 
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I am graduate from kuruksehtra university kkr. And i obtain 44.67 percent.and know i am 31 year old. Please can you tell me that i am eligible for three year low from ccs university meerut
 
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Hello sir my self shweta m pursuing my last year exam that is bba from ip university can i take admission in LLB 3 year course in ccs and what is the process of that and from where i get application forms?
also know feee structure
 
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I HAVE COMPLETED MA IN HINDI FROM OSMANIA UNIVERSITY HAIDRABAD WITH 67% MARKS .CAN I DO LLB THREE YEARS ON BEHAF OF THIS DEGREE,
 
4th October 2015, 01:00 PM
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Since, you have scored 39% marks in the Bachelors degree, you have a very less chance of getting admission in to the Government Law College as it may conduct Entrance Examination from general candidates who have scored more than 40% aggregate marks and less than 45% and for candidates belonging to reserved category who have scored more than 35% aggregate marks but less than 40% aggregate.
 
4th October 2015, 11:40 PM
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first i have completed parbhakar from punjabi university patiala ,this degree is equil to ba .on behaf of parbhakar i have completed m.a.in hindi erom osmania university hydrabad with 67%marks.can i do l.l.b from ccu.on behaf of m.a.in hindi
 
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Now my age is 39 years and I am graduate with eco(h) @55% and MBA from pvt inst. from new delhi. I want to get enrolled myself for 3 year law course. Please let me know the process urgently.
 
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Hiii

I have completed B.Com from DU having 49% and CS from ICSI having 60%.

I want to join LLB (3 years). Can i join LLB from CCS.?? What is the accurate eligibility criteria for LLB (3years). If i am not eligible on the basis of B.COM due to low percentage then can we take admission on the basis of CS Degree.

please tell me fees structure.

Request you to suggest me and mail me whole admission process at [email protected]

Thanks in advance


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I completed BBA form Punjab technical university distance education with 65% so I m eligible for take admission in Llb ?
 
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I have completed graduation 39percent but my M. A marks is 41.7percent and I have also done post graduation diploma where my marks is 61.21percent.Am I eligible for llb 3yrs course
 
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