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13th December 2019, 12:18 AM
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What is the standard cut-off for admission in LLB course?


Hello Sir, I have completed my B.Com Hons in this academic year and have scored 40% in my finals. So, is this percentage good enough to get admission in LLB in any regular UGC recognized colleges? And, which entrance is required for LLB?




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14th December 2019, 10:41 PM
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Default Re: What is the standard cut-off for admission in LLB course?

LLB is Bachelor in Law. It is three year course from a recognised university.

The entrance examination is conducted for admission in the course by various institutions and universities. The eligibility to get admission in the course is that candidate must have passed bachelor degree in any discipline.

The required minimum aggregate to appear in the examination varies with institutions and there is also relaxation for reserved category in required aggregate to appear in the examination.
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