DU LLB Seat Allotment 2020 - Dates, Registration, Result
DU LLB Seat Allotment 2020 - Delhi University will release the first DU LLB 2020 seat allotment in online mode, tentatively in September - October. The seat allotment of DU LLB 2020 is part of the DU LLB counselling process and will include details like name of allotted candidates, roll numbers, marks and ranks and name of allocated college. Candidates who have appeared and qualified in DU LLB exam only will only be considered for seat allotment. Delhi University will release the seat allotment of DU LLB 2020 separately for all rounds of counselling. The seat allotment will be done purely on the basis of merit-cum-preference, meaning the candidates getting higher rank in the DU LLB merit list 2020 will get preference. To know more about DU LLB seat allotment 2020, schedule for seat allotment and available seats, read the complete article.
DU LLB 2020 is conducted for filling up LLB seats offered by the three law centres of Delhi University - Law centre-1, Law centre-2, and Campus Law centre. The DU LLB seat allotment is the final step of DU LLB admission process.
DU LLB Seat Allotment 2020
To be considered for DU LLB 2020 seat allotment, candidates need to be physically present at the counselling venue with all essential documents; candidates who don’t attend counselling will be disqualified. Also, only the candidates who are found eligible under DU LLB merit list 2020 will be called for counselling. DU LLB seat allotment process involves a number of steps, which are listed below:
After the release of DU LLB merit list, DU will send call letters to all eligible candidates, inviting them for counselling.
Before appearing in the DU LLB counselling, candidates will have to download the counselling form from the official link (the counselling link will be updated here soon)
Candidates will have to fill various details in the form like name, roll number, marks, ranks and preference of centre etc.
After filling the form, submit it offline at the office of DU LLB.
Later, the university will release the DU LLB 2020 admission list.
Tentative Schedule for Release of DU LLB Seat Allotment 2020
The DU LLB seat allotment will be published in multiple rounds. Candidates ranked higher in the merit list of DU LLB 2020 will be given preference and will have more options to choose the desired centre of law/college.
DU LLB Seat Allotment 2020
Seat allotment round
Admission against 1st Merit List
To be notified
First admission list
Admission against 2nd Merit List
To be notified
Second seat allotment
Admission against 3rd Merit List
To be notified
Third seat allotment
To be notified
Documents Required for DU LLB Seat Allotment 2020 and Counselling
Delhi University will list all documents required for the DU LLB 2020 seat allotment in the call letter. Candidates must bring the below-mentioned documents for counselling.
Admission Ticket of DU LLB 2020 entrance test
Age Certificate(10th/12th certificates will be accepted for this)
Mark sheets of the qualifying degree exams
Degree certificate(provisional certificate issued by the colleges will also be accepted)
Character certificate(should be a maximum six-month-old from the day of admission)
SC/ST/OBC(non-creamy layer)/EWS and PwD/CW certificate(If applicable).
Passport size photos- 8 copies
Printout of original registration form submitted for registration of admission of LLB course.
Other documents as asked by the University
Available Seats for DU LLB 2020
Presently there are a total of 2922 seats for all 3 centres of law. The detailed distribution of seats are given in the table.
Seats in DU LLB 2020
Law centre - 1
Law Centre - 2
Campus Law Centre
Important Points to Note for DU LLB Seat Allotment 2020
Only those candidates who will appear for counselling will be considered for seat allotment of DU LLB 2020. Candidates missing the event will be declared ineligible for admission.
Candidates must bring all the original documents to the venue for verification. Not having original documents will disqualify the candidate.
Seat allotment will be done according to the merit list of candidates. Preference will be given to those who will get a higher rank in the DU LLB merit list.
After seat allotment, all admission files and documents will be sent to the centre/college, where the candidates will join the college.
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - DU LLB Seat Allotment 2020 - Dates, Registration, Result
Question: Where can I see the DU LLB seat allotment 2020?
Delhi University will conduct the counselling in offline mode but, will publish the DU LLB 2020 seat allotment result in online mode. So, one can check it on the official website of DU.
Question: In how many rounds, the DU will publish the seat allotments?
Last year, Delhi University released 5 rounds of seat allotments. However, it totally depends upon the seat intake of the participating institutes and other factors. Presently there are 2922 seats available for different categories
Question: How will I choose my preference for law college?
Candidates will be given the option to choose the preference for college in the counselling form. However, the preference is also decided by the rank and marks scored by the candidate.
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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.