DU LLB Eligibility Criteria 2020 - Delhi University will set the eligibility of DU LLB 2020 for admission to its 3-year postgraduate law program. Aspirants must meet DU LLB 2020 eligibility criteria, which relates to age limit, qualifying exam passed and minimum marks in the qualifying exam. Any candidate who doesn’t meet DU LLB eligibility criteria, such candidate will not be considered for admission even if he/she qualifies in DU LLB exam. So it is recommended that candidates go through the eligibility criteria carefully before filling the DU LLB application form. Note that the DU LLB eligibility criteria is category specific and so one needs to consult the criteria prescribed for the relevant category only. Go through the complete article to learn the full details of DU LLB eligibility criteria 2020.
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National Testing Agency (NTA) will conduct the DU LLB 2020 exam in online mode for admission to postgraduate LLB program offered by Delhi University. The three-year program has an intake capacity of 2658 seats.
Age: There is no age limit for appearing in DU LLB exam as per a Supreme Court directive passed in 2017
Number of attempts: Aspirants can take the DU LLB exam as many times as they want.
Qualifying Exam (QE): The aspirant needs to have passed graduate or postgraduate exam from University of Delhi or an equivalent university.
Minimum marks in QE: General category candidates need to score at least 50% marks in aggregate in the qualifying exam or an equivalent grade to be eligible for admission. In case of reserved category candidates there is relaxation in minimum marks, as elucidated below.
Any candidate who is already pursuing LLB program from any university, including Delhi University, he/she will not be considered for admission unless they cancel existing program at the time of admission.
For candidates belonging to SC and ST, the minimum aggregate marks has been fixed at 40%, whereas OBC, PwD and CW candidates need at least 45% marks in aggregate.
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Scheduled Caste (SC)
Scheduled Tribe (ST)
Other Backward Classes (OBC)
Persons with disability (PwD)
Children/ wives of Army Personnel (CW)
Percentage of reservation
Other Backward Class (OBC)
Scheduled Castes (SC)
Scheduled Tribes (ST)
Economically weaker Sections (EWS)
PwD (supernumerary seats)
Armed Forces (CW)
Sports Quota (supernumerary seats)
(under quota prescribed for foreign students)
Delhi University has a total intake capacity of 2658 seats. The category-wise distribution of seats at its three law centres (LC) is given in the table below.
CLC, LC1, and LC2 are the three participating centres of Delhi University, where candidates will be offered admission.
Campus Law Centre (CLC)
Law Centre 1 (LC1)
Law Centre 2 (LC2)
In such cases where SC and ST category seats remain vacant even after giving 5% relaxation in qualifying marks, further relaxation would be extended to fill the vacant seats.
Seats reserved for SC/ST categories will be filled by SC/ST candidates only. If seats in any of these categories remain vacant, such seats may be interchanged between SC and ST category.
If SC/ST seats remain vacant even after interchange, such seats will remain vacant and wouldn’t be transferred to any other category.
If a candidate doesn't meet the eligibility criteria of DU LLB 2020, the candidate will not be considered for admission even if she/he qualifies in the exam.
It is mandatory for the candidate to fulfil all the eligibility conditions without miss. Any candidate who miss even one of these conditions will be disqualified.
Delhi University sets its own eligibility criteria for admission to its 3-year law program. So candidates mustn't consult eligibility criteria for other exams, but only those specially designed for DU LLB admission.
Delhi University will do proper document verification to ensure the information shared by the candidate is true and accurate. Any candidate found to be sharing misleading data will be disqualified.
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see you have completed master and want to apply through it as you dont have enough eligibility score in graduation. sorry to say your masters course will not be considered here as they require the marks in graduation. for general category it needs 50% marks, for obc, sc, st it requires 45% marks. hope you have understood. try for other institute where you may eligible.
DU LLB Eligibility: Qualification and Age
For affirmation in LLB Course, competitors must satisfy the accompanying criteria:
General classification up-and-comers must have at least half checks in their graduation degree.
For SC/ST class, they should score 40% stamps in their passing degree.
For OBC, PwD and CW classification, a base score of 45% is required in the passing degree.
For General and OBC competitors, must have an alumni or post advanced education from the University of Delhi or some other Indian or Foreign University perceived as identical by the University of Delhi.
Competitor having a PG degree or is showing up in the last year PG degree assessment can likewise apply for DU LLB 2019 placement test.
There is no age bar to show up in the test according to the request for Supreme Court of court.
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