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3rd August 2013 04:10 PM
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Re: How to pursue LLB from Mumbai after graduating with 33% from delhi University? What is the fee structure?

i have completed my B.com with 37% and M.com with 55% from Mumbai university , I wish to pursue a part time LLB course .can i get admission to LLB course based on my M.com marks or is B.com the eligiblity for LLB ..please give any option if available.
3rd August 2013 03:44 PM
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Re: How to pursue LLB from Mumbai after graduating with 33% from delhi University? What is the fee structure?

i have secured 37% marks in B.com and 56% marks in M.com examinations I wish to pursue part time LLB in mumbai ..can i get admission to any colleges based on my M.com marks..or is the elgiblity criteria based on B.com marks ..please give a reply and help..
10th October 2012 03:17 PM
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Re: How to pursue LLB from Mumbai after graduating with 33% from delhi University? What is the fee structure?

LLB stands for the Bachelor of Law. It is a 3 year long degree which is recognized by the Bar Council of India. These days few colleges offer the LLB degree since candidates are preferring BA LLB degree which can be taken after completing 12th.


The advantage of BA LLB is that unlike LLB, you don't need to complete graduation to pursue it. Since it is 5 years long and also include Bachelor course, you end up saving one year in completing Bachelor of Law degree.


Coming back to your question you will not get admission for LLB course in Mumbai or any other part of India. The reason is that you scored very low marks in the graduation course. You can not take admission for LLB with merely 33 percent marks in graduation. It is well below the required criteria.


I am afraid that you will have to forget about LLB course since you are not meeting the percentage requirement. You should consider some other course perhaps MBA or MA. You can appear for management aptitude test and pursue Master of Business Administration course. But you simply can not go for the LLB course.



LLB Eligibility

1. A Bachelor degree in any stream.

2. At least 45 percent marks in graduation.

3. SC/ST candidates need 40 percent marks.

4. The upper age limit for LLB is 30 years.

5. There is 5 years relaxation for SC/ST candidates.
26th July 2012 11:55 AM
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How to pursue LLB from Mumbai after graduating with 33% from delhi University? What is the fee structure?

I am graduate with 33% from delhi university now i want to
pursue in LLB from mumbai please tell me the good colleges with fees stucture?

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