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L.L.B. or Bachelor of Legislative Law is an undergraduate law course offered by various Indian universities. There are two options to pursue LLB course. One LLB course duration is 3-year for which the minimum eligibility criterion is graduation and the other is the integrated course of 5-year duration for undergraduate students. The course is divided into six semesters in most of the law universities and admission to the same is based on entrance exams like CLAT, LAWCET to name a few.
LLB Eligibility Criteria The minimum eligibility criteria for LLB course is listed below:
Successful completion of graduation in any discipline.
Minimum aggregate marks in graduation are required for general category and the marks are relaxable for reserved categories.
There is also a criterion for minimum marks required in graduation which may vary from institute to institute.
There is no age limit for taking admission in this course.
LLB Admission Process
LLB Admission is done either on the basis of marks obtained by candidates in qualifying degree or through a relevant entrance test. Students who are in the final year of their graduation can also apply for entrance tests conducted for LLB Admission 2020.
There are various entrance tests conducted for LLB admission in India. On the other hand, candidates also get direct admission into the same.
LLB Entrance Tests:
Admission to LLB course is generally done on the basis of entrance exams conducted either on a national level or institute-wise. A list of entrance exams for admission to the course has been mentioned below:
CLAT- Common Law Entrance Test is conducted by National Law Universities for admissions to LLB courses.
LSAT- Law School Admission Test is a globalized entrance test and many Indian universities consider its score for LLB admission.
AILET- All India Law Entrance Test is conducted by National Law University, Delhi
TS- LAWCET- Law Common Entrance Test is conducted by colleges and universities in Andhra Pradesh for admission to LLB programs