Eligibilty & Entry Requirements
What is the eligiblity required for various law courses?
The eligibility criteria for each law program are different from others. Before going for admission, students should always check the eligibility criteria of the course to avoid cancellation of admission to the desired college. The general eligibility criteria for all the law/ programs are given below for students' use.
`For the UG law programs:
- The candidate should have completed his/her class 12th examination from a recognized board.
- The minimum marks in class 12th or its equivalent should not be less than 45% in aggregate.
For PG Law Programs:
- For LLB program, the student must have a bachelor’s degree from a recognized university/institute.
- For LLM program, the student must have a LLB degree or its equivalent from a recognized college.
What are the top law entrance examinations?
Law is offered in various colleges/institutes. Law courses are available in various modes. One can study law as per their choice of study mode. Some colleges/institutes take direct admission while some colleges ask for merit in the entrance examination. Here is a list of the most common entrance exams which grant admission to students in law colleges/institutes.
- CLAT- conducted by the Consortium of NLUs.
- LSAT – conducted by the Law School of Admission Council (LSAC).
- CUSAT CAT- conducted by the Cochin University of Science and Technology
- TS LAWCET- conducted by the Osmania University
- DU LLB Entrance Exam- conducted by the Delhi University’s Faculty of Law
- SET SLAT- conducted by Symbiosis International University
- MHT CET Law- conducted by the Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra
- RULET- conducted by Rajasthan University
What are the subjects in law courses?:
In law courses, some of the subjects are different and some are common. Here is a list of some of the common subjects in law field.
- Labor Law
- Company Law
- Legal Writing
- Family Law
- Consumer Protection Act
- Trade Laws
- Human rights law
- Environmental Law
- Administrative Law
- Consumer Protection Law
- Constitutional Law
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