DU LLM Application Form 2020 - The University of Delhi will release the application form of DU LLM 2020 on March 2, 2020. The application form will be released in online mode and has to be submitted by March 31, 2020. When filling the candidate needs to enter only valid and correct data, or else the candidate may be disqualified. Incomplete DU LLM 2020 applications will also be rejected. DU LLM applicants who duly fill the form will be issued admit cards from April 30 onward. The admit card will contain the roll number of the candidate and information on exam date and allotted venue and address. Currently the University of Delhi has an intake capacity of 121 seats for its LLM program. Go through the rest of the article to learn the full details of DU LLM application form 2020.
DU LLM 2020 entrance exam will be conducted between June 2&9 2020 for admission to the LLM program. The exam will be conducted in online mode.
Commence of application
March 2, 2019
Application last date
March 31, 2019
DU LLM 2019
June 2-9, 2019
Step 1: Registration
The candidate has to get registered by entering email id, mobile number and name, among other details. The candidate will also be required to choose and confirm password for the newly created account. Next, the candidate will have to enter applicant details like date of birth, age, category, and nationality, and name of parents. The candidate also has to select the university last attended from the drop-down list. In address section, enter two address lines, along with the name of city, district and country.
Step 2 - Uploading of documents
In this step, essential documents like photograph and signature have to be uploaded; for full list of documents and specification, consult the table below.
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Self-attested Identity Proof
Self-attested Class X th Certificate (For Date of Birth)
JPG/JPEG/ PNG/ PDF
Caste/Reservation Certificate, if applicable
CW Certificate, if applicable
PwD Certificate, if applicable
Step 3 - Filling of the application form
In this section, the candidate will have to fill in:
Educational qualification - including exam passed (10+2), subjects studied, board/university, year of passing, marks/grades, etc.
Course selection - the course can be selected from the drop-down menu. Other details that has to be entered include selection of admission criteria, exam centre, and preference of college. The list of exam centres is given below for reference.
Step 4 - Payment of application fee
The fee has to be paid in online mode using online mode using net banking, credit or debit cards.
SC, ST, PwD and EWS
UR, OBC and other
Step 5- Downloading of the application form
Finally, download and take a printout of the application form to complete the process.
All candidates seeking admission to LLM course at Delhi University have to meet the eligibility criteria specified for the program, including that of qualifying exam passed, qualifying marks, and age.
Qualifying exam: The candidate needs to have passed three-year/ five year LL.B. Degree
Marks in qualifying exam: General category candidates need to score minimum 50% marks, whereas SC/ST/OBC/CW/PWD candidates need minimum 45% marks.
Candidates who are appearing in the qualifying exam can also apply.
No upper age limit has been set.
Delhi University will release the application form of DU LLM 2020 on March 2; last date to fill application form is March 31.
The DU LLM 2020 entrance exam will be conducted at 18 cities across the country. One can select a convenient centre at the time of application.
The candidate needs to be a 3-year LLB / 5-year LLB graduate holder with minimum 50% marks (general category).
Successfully registered candidates will be issued DU LLM admit cards from April 30 onward.
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With your graduation degree, you're eligible for three year LLB Program, not LLM.
Eligibility Criteria laid out by Delhi University regarding LLM is
a candidate needs to have passed three or five year LLB degree from a recognized university
For General Candidate, they need to have at least 50% aggregate or an equivalent grade point, for SC/ST/OBC, it's 45% and PWD category, there's also relaxation of 5% in the aggregate requirement. There's no age bar regarding this.
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