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1st August 2015, 09:26 PM
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Eligibility criteria for LLB course through correspondence?


Eligibility criteria for LLB course through correspondence?
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1st August 2015, 11:34 PM
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Eligibility criteria for LLB course through correspondence?
No, LLB course is not possible through correspondence but you can do regular mode LLB course through CLAT exam.

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 for under graduate.

Best books for CLAT exam:-

CLAT And LLB Entrance Examination: Study Package
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Model Test Papers For CLAT & LL.B
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CLAT Common Law Admission Test
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2nd August 2015, 01:10 AM
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:: Eligibility criteria for LLB course through correspondence as given below::::::::::::::>>>>>>>>>>>

=> You have to pass a bachelors degree in any discipline from any recognized University.

=> For admission you have to pass an entrance examination organized by college administration.

=> Relaxation of 5% in marks for reserved category

=> Age limit is 20 years, with relaxation of 2 years for SC/ST

** Best name of college

:: National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bangalore

:: Osmania University, Hyderabad

:: Symbiosis Law college, Pune.

:: ILS Law college, Pune.

:: Alagappa University,Directorate of Distance Education,Coimbatore

:: Directorate of Distance Education at Annamalainagar,Tamil Nadu

:: National Law school of Indian university,Bangalore.

:: Dr. Ambedkar Law University, Tamil Nadu

:: Banaras Hindu University, Banaras
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2nd August 2015, 05:05 PM
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Bar Council of India doesn't approve any distance mode LLB course. Therefore, you want a recognized LLB degree then you have to attend regular classes and for that you have to take admission in a college which is approved by Bar Council of India.

Apply for entrance exam like CLAT for admission in a recognized regular course. Admission will be based on your performance in the entrance exam.
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2nd August 2015, 08:09 PM
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Eligibility Criteria Required for Correspondence LLB:

The minimum educational qualification required to be eligible for doing LLB course through correspondence mode is "Graduate degree" or Bachelor Degree in any discipline from a recognized university with minimum 55% marks. There are many colleges offer LLB (Bachelor of Law) course through correspondence mode in India. Some of the colleges offer LLB course through distance mode are given below,

>> IGNOU
http://www.ignou.ac.in

>> Andhra University
http://www.andhrauniversity.edu.in

>> Kashmir University
http://www.kashmiruniversity.net

>> Madras University
http://www.unom.ac.in

>> Guru Nanak Dev University
http://www.gndu.ac.in

>> Tamil Nadu Open University
http://www.tnou.ac.in

>> Bharati Vidyapeeth University
http://www.bharatividyapeeth.edu/default.htm
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2nd August 2015, 10:45 PM
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Eligibility criteria for LLB course through correspondence :

Candidate must have passed graduation in any stream from any recognised university with more than 50% marks.

There is no age limit.

Coure Duration : 3 years
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3rd August 2015, 03:47 PM
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ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA for LLB(correspondence):

> Applicant should have completed graduation in any stream from a recognized university.

> Applicant should have scored a minimum of 55% of marks in graduation.

> For sc/st candidates it is fixed at 45%.

> Admission for LLB course is done on the basis on merit list of CLAT examination.

> CLAT stands for common Law Admission Test.

It is the entrance examination for Law course.

> Candidate should be citizen of India.

> Candidate should have qualified in 12th standard with 50% of marks any discipline from recognized university.

> Age of the candidate should not be more than 20 years and relaxation is applicable for SC/ST and OBC candidates.
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My age is now 40 years I completed my Diploma in metallurgy in 1995 (with 65% marks) after PU 2 ( 12 th ) can I join for LLB
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