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23rd December 2015, 03:39 PM
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Am I eligible to do LLB course after completion of graduation with 41% marks? What is the age criteria followed to do the LLB course?


I am graduate of Delhi University. I did my graduation in 1972. I want to do LL.B now but my percentage in graduation is only 41%. I belong to General Category. Can I do,if so form which university. Can I do through correspondence? I want to go in profession of advocate.
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23rd December 2015, 07:34 PM
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Eligibility Criteria Required to do LLB Course:

I am really sorry to say that you are not eligible to do LLB (Bachelor of Law) course with the above mentioned percentage. Yes, since you have secured just 41% marks in Graduation you are not eligible to do LLB Course. The minimum percentage criteria required in Graduation is "45% marks". The basic educational qualification required is given below.

Minimum Qualification: Graduate Degree (Bachelor Degree) from a recognized university.

Minimum Percentage Required: 45% marks

Age Criteria Required: There is NO certain age limit. There is no upper age limit to do LLB course.

I am once again sorry to say that, you are not eligible to pursue LLB course with the mentioned percentage.
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23rd December 2015, 11:37 PM
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I am graduate of Delhi University. I did my graduation in 1972. I want to do LL.B now but my percentage in graduation is only 41%. I belong to General Category. Can I do,if so form which university. Can I do through correspondence? I want to go in profession of advocate.
As per age criteria, you are not eligible for LLB course.

If you have completed 12th standard from any stream with above 50% marks from a recognized board then you are eligible LLB course.

The candidate age should not be more than 20 years.
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23rd December 2015, 11:55 PM
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I am graduate of Delhi University. I did my graduation in 1972. I want to do LL.B now but my percentage in graduation is only 41%. I belong to General Category. Can I do,if so form which university. Can I do through correspondence? I want to go in profession of advocate.

Yes, of course you are eligible to apply for LLB after completing Graduation. Graduates from any discipline with at least 40% (5% for reserved category) marks in the qualifying examination or those appearing for their final year graduation exams can appear for CLAT. The criteria varies as per the course.
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I have 41.7% in graduation and I belong obc category am I eligible for llb course from Kanpur university or other university
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I have 39% marks in graduation and 47% marks in post graduation. Can I take admission on basis of post graduation.
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