Pursuing law after graduation is a very great opportunity to enter into law, and once you are through with your graduation you explore your personality and then choosing law becomes an informed decision and not an imposed or unaware decision.
Delhi University is one such university which offers the course of LLB. It is a three-year course which one can pursue after completing his/her graduation degree in any of the courses. DU LLB is ranked 1 not only in India but in entire Asia for 3 year LLB programme.
It has very rich alumni eg. Kapil Sibbal, Arun Jaitely, Kiran Bedi, Kiren Rijju, ex-Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and so many other Supreme Court judges have been a part of this institution. The teachers of the faculty are highly experienced and student-friendly, they make the class worth attending and law becomes a cakewalk.
The university conducts an entrance test to enable the student to enter in the course. But a candidate will not be considered for admission even if he/she qualifies DU LLB exam if the eligibility criteria are not met.
Eligibility criteria for DU LLB Entrance Exam
- The aspirant needs to have undergone and cleared the graduation or post-graduation exam from the University of Delhi or any other equivalent University.
- There is no age limit to give the exam of DU LLB, anybody of any age having a graduation or post-graduation degree can appear for the exam.
- There is no restriction on the ‘number of attempts’. Aspirants can give the DU LLB exam as many times as they want there is no restriction of the number of times you appear for the exam.
- A candidate of general category needs to score at least 50% marks in aggregate in graduation or post-graduation degree or equivalent grade to be eligible for the admission. The candidates of OBC, PWD and CW category need to score at least 45% marks in aggregate or the equivalent grade and the candidates of SC and ST category need to score at least 40% marks in the aggregate or the equivalent grade in order to qualify for the admission in DU LLB.
- A candidate pursuing LLB from any university will not be eligible for admission to DU LLB until he/she cancels the existing programme at the time of admission.
Delhi University offers a total number of 2658 seats for its LLB programme. The seats are distributed amongst three centres i.e. campus law centre (CLC), Law centre I (LCI) and Law centre II (LCII). All the three centres are under Delhi University and there is no difference between the method of teaching and examinations amongst the three centres.
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