Calcutta University BA LLB Important Dates 2020- Calcutta University will announce the important dates of Calcutta University BA LLB 2020 around the second week of May. Law aspirants can follow Calcutta University BA LLB 2020 important dates here to stay informed about upcoming events such as registration commencement & conclusion, application release & deadline and dates of other subsequent events to rule out the chances of missing out on any important event. The online application form is likely to be released in the first week of June. The Calcutta University BA LLB entrance exam will be conducted around the last week of June. The Calcutta University BA LLB entrance exam would be a 2½ hours long multiple-choice type test (MCQ). For further updates, stay tuned to Calcutta University BA LLB important dates.
Candidates can stay updated with Calcutta University BA LLB exam events by referring the table given below -
Issue of Notification
Second week of May, 2020
Registration commencement for CU BA LLB
First week of June, 2020
Registration conclusion for CU BA LLB
Third week of June, 2020
Application form release
Application form deadline
Fee payment onset
Fee payment end (via bill desk)
Issue of admit card
Fourth week of June, 2020
CU BA LLB 2020 exam
Last week of June, 2020
CU BA LLB 2020 result declaration
First week of July, 2020
CU BA LLB 2020 merit list release
CU BA LLB 2020 counselling
Second week of July 2020 (onwards)
The event calendar facilitates better understanding of the admission process as it provides the chronological sequence of events.
Calcutta University will issue notification for Calcutta University BA LLB 2020 examination tentatively in second week of May. Candidates are advised to stay alert to ensure they don’t miss any exam notification.
Candidates can access the online CU BA LLB 2020 application form in the first week of June. The deadline for the same is likely to be in the third week of June.
To appear for the entrance exam, the candidates will be issued admit card of Calcutta University BA LLB 2020. The access to admit cards will be given in the fourth week of June via online mode.
Calcutta University will conduct BA LLB 2020 entrance exam in the last week of June. The test will be a 2½ hours long multiple-choice type (MCQ). The test will consist of questions from general English, general awareness / current affairs, general math, test of reasoning (verbal & non-verbal). Candidates are advised to carry blue / black ball-point pen to encircle OMR (optical mark reader) answer sheet.
The examination body of Calcutta University will declare the result of CU BA LLB 2020 sometime in the first week of July. The result will carry vital information like marks secured in every subject, percentage etc, which will be used for preparing merit list and finally seat allotment.
Candidates who qualify CU BA LLB 2020 with the desired marks will be called for the counselling session, which will be held in computerized mode. The counselling will take place in three phases. Such candidates have to next participate in choice filling and locking process. The allotment of seats will be based on both choices filled and merit rank of the candidate.
DISCLAIMER- The details mentioned in this article are based on previous year’s notifications. The article will be updated once the data for new session is released.
yes you can appear for it. You have to appear CLAT exam and if your result is good then you can join in any prestigious university or college across India.
there is no upper limit bar for CLAT exam so there won't be any problem for you.
For general category the minimum marks required in +2 is 45% while for categorical like SC/ST, it is 40%. There is no limit in number of attempts. You can appear the exam as many times you want to.
For more details you can see:-
So start preparing from now and have a determined goal and try to take a step ahead to it and do your practice. All the best!
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To get actual aggregate marks of bachelors degree only marks of honors paper are added.
In most universities there ate 2 honors paper in 1st and 2nd year while 4 in the final year.
Subsidiary paper have no role to play in the aggregate marks for the degree as the student needs to just get pass marks to advance into next year.
Although subsidiary marks are available in the marksheet of 1st and 2nd year.
So it becomes important to score good marks in these subsidiary subjects to improve percentage of 1st and 2nd year.
Aggregate marks stands for total marks scored in your B.com I.e. put of 2300(1500+800) you got 1492(931+561) which is 64.87% aggregate secured in your graduation course.
Now how to calculate aggregate for B.com(yearly):
1. If student got 561 out of 800(8 honors paper) printed on the marksheet.
2. If the student got 931 out of 1500 which is total marks of 8 honors paper and 7 subsidiary paper during the three years program.
All the best.
No, you cannot get admission in Calcutta University through CLAT. CLAT is an entrance test only for admission in National Law Universities in India. NUJS Kolkata, comes under CLAT. You would require a rank around 200 atleast for admission under NUJS Kolkata. Admission in Calcutta University is done through their self conducted entrance test- Calcutta University BA LLB. You can use the link given below for any othed details regarding this.
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