DU LLB 2014 Cutoff – Delhi University, Faculty of Law is likely to declare DU LLB 2014 Cutoff along with DU LLB 2014 Result on June 21. DU LLB 2014 Cutoff in this page below shall give you an overview of the least marks required to be eligible for securing admission in Faculty of Law, Delhi University for pursuing LLB courses. Scroll below to check DU LLB 2014 Cutoff.Faculty of Law, Delhi University has declared DU LLB 2014 Result. Click here to view your DU LLB 2014 Result.Faculty of Law, Delhi University has released DU LLB 2014 Final Answer Key on June 23. Click here to view DU LLB 2014 Final Answer Key.
Faculty of Law, Delhi University conducted the law entrance exam on June 8, 2014. DU LLB 2014 comprised a paper of 175 objective type questions from the various sections including, English Language Comprehension, Analytical Abilities, Legal Awareness and Aptitude and General Knowledge. DU LLB 2014 Entrance was of 700 marks where each question was allotted 4 marks. The marking scheme of DU LLB 2014 Entrance is as each correct response would be awarded 4 marks and one mark be deducted for every incorrect response. Any question responded with more than one option would be treated as wrong answer and negative marking would be applicable to the very question.
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DU LLB 2014 Cutoff shall be declared by Faculty of Law, Delhi University and be treated as the benchmark for admissions in LLB programme offered in the three law centres of Delhi Universities, namely Campus Law Centre, Law Centre I and Law Centre II.
Faculty of Law, Delhi University offers 2611 seats distributed among these three law centres. Out of the 2611 seats, 301 are supernumerary seats reserved for PwD/CW/FN candidates.
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No , it is not mandatory for you to be a graduate in law to be eligible for DU llb and actually to be eligible you for DU llb you just need a graduate degree in any stream from a recognized university with at least 50 % marks in your graduation while SC/ST category need to score at least 40% marks in their qualifying degree and OBC, PwD and CW need to score 45% in the qualifying degree , also there's no upper age limit to be eligible for DU LLB . So , even if you are not a graduate in law you are eligible for law without any doubt.
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DU has 3 year LLB which you can undertake after you have completed graduation, with that being said, the admission in faculty of law is totally based on entrance exam conducted by DU and your 12th percentage don't play a part in it as long as you have scored a minimum of the passing marks in your 12th standard.
The Basic eligibility criteria to pursue DU LLB is one must have passed graduation with Minimum 50% of marks for general category. You cannot apply based on your Post graduation Score. For SC/ST the percentage should be 40% and for BC it is 45%. So based on your category check whether you are eligible or not.
DULLB Entrance Exam is expected to be held on 2-9 June, 2020 in Online Mode.
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