DU LLB Participating Institutes 2020
DU LLB Participating Institutes 2020 - Delhi University will release the list of DU LLB 2020 participating institutes on the exam information brochure. The participating institutes of DU LLB 2020 are likely to be the three law centres of the University - Law Centre 1, Law Centre 2 and Campus Law centre. Admission into 3 year LLB programme offered by the participating institutes or law centres will be based on the scores of DU LLB entrance test which is conducted every year by the National Testing Agency (NTA). The DU LLB 2020 participating institutes offer 974 seats in each centre for a combined intake of 2922 seats.
DU LLB is a full-time professional course. At present, DU LLB participating institutes follow a common syllabus, study material and exam pattern for DU LLB 2020 programme. To learn more about DU LLB participating institutes 2020, read the full article.
DU LLB 2020 Participating Institutes and Seats
Currently, DU LLB entrance exam is accepted and recognized by 3 institutes or law centres. These institutes have their own strength in terms of seat intake. If any other institute participates in future, it will be notified in the updated section.
DU LLB 2020 Participating Institutes and Seats
Law Centre -1
Law Centre- 2
Campus Law Centre
The seats will also be distributed category wise, including EWS and PwD categories.
DU LLB Participating Institutes 2020 - Admission Procedure
DU LLB is a 3-year law course and the entrance exam for this will be conducted by NTA. There will be a common admission process for all participating institutes of DU LLB 2020. The admission into DU LLB Colleges will strictly be based on the eligibility criteria for DU LLB 2020 and candidate’s performance in DU LLB 2020 exam.
Counselling and Seat Allotment in DU LLB Participating Institutes 2020
After the declaration of DU LLB result 2020, candidates who will receive call letters will be asked to participate in offline counselling. The exact schedule for counselling will be released on the official website of Delhi University. The counselling process would include seat allotment, which will be done on the basis of the merit rank of the candidate and choices opted for admission. As part of the counselling process, candidates will be required to verify their documents related to educational qualifications and other certificates. The counselling will be followed by seat allotment.
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - DU LLB Participating Institutes 2020
Question: How many seats are available in DU LLB 2020?
According to the 2019 information bulletin of DU, there are 2922 seats for all categories. However, for 2020, the university may increase seat for DU LLB programme?
Question: Does the DU LLB participating institutes offer BA LLB?
No, Delhi University offers a 3 year LLB programme. For this, the candidate must be a graduate from any college recognized by DU.
Question: What will be the basis of seat allotment to the DU LLB 2020 participating institutes?
The seat allotment will be based on the merit-cum-preference of the candidate. Candidates who are ranked higher will have more options, as they will be called first for counselling.
Question: How can I get admission in DU LLB?
To get admission in DU LLB you will have to apply through the online application form released by the university, after which entrance test will be conducted. Clearing the entrance test under eligibility criteria will give you admission in DU LLB.
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Questions related to L.L.B
I have done my 10th, +3(diploma in mech), +3 B.E in Tamilnadu (but no +2) am i eligible for 3years LLB couse?
Eligibility criteria for LLB is :- candidate must have secured minimum 45% in 12th from a recognized board. If you don't satisfy it then you can't do LLB.
You have to search for work as per your higher qualification.
You have done your graduation and it will be enough to look for a job as a fresher. If you want to work on a high profile then you have to make skill atleast.
It is advised to follow the learning path and Don't change your stream in middle which may mess with your career.
Hope it helps!
How good is CLC when compared with below 10 rank NLUs ? And is there any better college for LLB in INDIA ?
Both of these Universities are Premier Law Institutions of India. They are both excellent when it comes to quality education. However, there are certain NLUs such as NLSIU Bangalore that are widely considered as the best law Institution in the country. There are newer, upcoming NLUs as well, which, even though not quite on the same level as the top Universities in the country, are still excellent in their performance.
Campus Law centre of Delhi University is perhaps one of the topmost law colleges in the country. Compared to other top institutions, it's fares better in some fields, but not so much in others. The point I'm trying to make is that every Institution is better than others in one way or the other and vice versa.
In the end, it's all about your preferences and conveniences. You should go with the choice that suits you and your interests best.
Hope this helps!
Best of luck!!
is clat is important for BA.LLB in du?
Look first point is Delhi university doesn't offer BA LLB course. It has only LLB course.
If you want to get into LLB then clat is not mandatory, Delhi university conducts its own entrance examination. You need to qualify the entrance examination for getting admission into the university
has D U released the LLB forms for admission to 2020 3 year programme if yes, when did they do so as nothing is clear anywhere
The application form of DU LLB 2020 Examination was about to be released on 02 April 2020, but now it is being extended or postponed indefinitely till further notice.
It's all due to COVID-19 spread, let's wait until all things comes back to normal.
Refer here for more info and updates - https://law.careers360.com/articles/du-llb
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