DU LLB Eligibility Criteria 2021
DU LLB Eligibility Criteria 2021 - Delhi University will prescribe the eligibility criteria of DU LLB 2021 that candidates have to meet for admission to the 3-year postgraduate LLB program offered by the university. The DU LLB 2021 eligibility criteria outlines the age limit, qualifying exam and minimum marks one needs to secure to be considered eligible for admission. If a candidate fails to meet DU LLB eligibility criteria, in that the candidate will be disqualified from the DU LLB exam. The candidate must refer to the eligibility criteria before filling the DU LLB 2021 application form. The DU LLB 2021 exam will be conducted around the 1st week of June. It is important to note that details entered by the candidate at the time of filling the DU LLB 2021 application will be checked at the time of counselling; any candidate found faking their eligibility will be disqualified. To learn more about DU LLB eligibility criteria 2021, go through the complete article.
DU LLB 2021 Eligibility Criteria
Number of attempts
One can take the DU LLB exam as many times as one wants.
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
The minimum required marks is category-specific. General category candidates require minimum 50% marks in aggregate or equivalent grade, while relaxation in minimum marks applies to reserved category candidates.(given in the table below)
If the candidate is pursuing an LLB program, in that case the candidate will have to cancel their existing program for admission.
DU LLB 2021 category-wise relaxation in minimum marks in qualifying exam
Minimum marks in Qualifying Exam
Scheduled Caste (SC)
Scheduled Tribe (ST)
Other Backward Classes (OBC)
Persons with disability (PwD)
Children/ wives of Army Personnel (CW)
Reservation Criteria for DU LLB 2021
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)
DU LLB 2021 Seat Intake
Delhi University has a total intake capacity of 2888 seats for the 3-year LLB program. The candidate can check the seat distribution offered by DU LLB participating institutes 2021 is given in the table below.
DU LLB 2021 seat distribution for participating institutes
LC1 DU (Law Centre -1)
LC2 DU (Law Centre- 2)
CLC DU (Campus Law Centre)
DU LLB 2021 Eligibility and Reservation Criteria - What you need to know
If SC and ST category seats remain vacant even after giving 5% relaxation in qualifying marks, then further relaxation would be extended to fill such seats.
Seats reserved for SC/ST categories cannot be filled by candidates of any other category. However vacant seats can be interchanged between SC and ST category.
If SC/ST seats remain vacant even after the interchange, such seats will remain vacant and will not be filled by candidates of any other category.
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - DU LLB Eligibility Criteria 2021
Question: Will I be considered for admission if I don’t meet the DU LLB 2021 eligibility criteria?
If a candidate doesn't meet DU LLB eligibility criteria 2021, the candidate stands to be disqualified.
Question: What is the minimum age limit for appearing in DU LLB 2021?
There is no minimum age limit for appearing in the national level exam.
Question: What is the minimum mark one has to score in the qualifying exam for appearing in DU LLB?
The candidate who belongs to the general category needs to secure a minimum 50% marks in the qualifying examination; relaxation in minimum marks applies for reserved category candidates.
Question: When will the DU LLB 2021 exam be conducted?
The exam will be conducted around the first week of June 2021.
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Questions related to L.L.B
I have secured 188 out of 400 in DU LLB entrance. My category is EWS. Will I get a seat?
The Exam of 2020 was easier than that of the last year in 2019
There is no set rule to determine the cutoff . It changes from year to year based on level of difficulty and the number of students appearing for the exam.
Your score 188 out of 400 in EWS is good enough to fetch you a government college. The expected cutoff for EWS category is around 180+.
Hope this gives you some perspective.
i have got 95 out of 400 in delhi university 3 year llb entrance exam will i be getting admission ? i belong to general category
As per the previous year records, you cannot get into DU LLB course under general category by these marks. The cutoff in 2019 was 218 marks that too in the fourth list. So, you may not get admission by this score. You can check previous year cutoff category wise here: https://law.careers360.com/articles/du-llb-cutoff
Check the college predictor to know your chances: https://www.careers360.com/du-llb-college-predictor
i have passed B.A IGNOU INDRA GANDHI NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY. May I can admission in DU llb.
Hello Dear Student,
Yes, IGNOU Degrees/Diplomas/Certificates are recognised by all member universities of the Association of Indian Universities (AIU). IGNOU is granted the authority to confer degrees by Clause 5(1)(3) of the IGNOU Act 1985. IGNOU is also recognised as a Central University by the University Grants Commission of India (UGC).
Here are the Eligibility Criterias for DU LLB Admission:
1. For General 50% Marks in Graduation, For OBC 45%, For SC/ST 40%.
2. Graduate or Post Graduate Degree from any recognised University by UGC.
To know more please visit on this link: https://law.careers360.com/articles/du-llb-eligibility-criteria
All the Best
admission is given through marks or rank ?
If you are asking this for college admission then your rank doesn't matter. All that matters is your mark. That too mainly your cutoff marks. Which is nothing but the marks secured in your main subjects. If you are a science student your cutoff will be calculated based on your mathematics, physics, chemistry and biology marks. if you are a commerce student your marks will be based on your economics, accounts, business studies and mathematics marks. Rank won't be preferred in many admissions. Rank matters for availing some scholarships and for pursuing masters. Marks plays the major role than ranks. ALL THE BEST. Hope the answer was helpful.