DU LLM Counselling 2018 – The University of Delhi will start the DU LLM 2018 Counselling process in the first week of July 2018. Candidates whose name will feature in the Rank list will attend the Counselling of DU LLM 2018. DU LLM Counselling 2018 is the document verification process where the academic certificates and other related documents will be verified. The University of Delhi will be organizing the DI LLM 2018 Counselling for admissions to the two-year postgraduate LLM programme offered at all three of its law centres. The total number of seats allotted for the programme by the university is 54 which is further divided according to different categories. DU LLM Counselling 2018 procedure will be conducted offline in the colleges allotted to the students. Candidates who are called for DU LLM Counselling 2018 must make sure to attend the same in the allotted colleges only. The Faculty of Law, University of Delhi conducts DU LLM Entrance Exam for the admission to the two-year LLM Programme offered by the University.
DU LLM 2018 Counselling: Important Instructions
A total of 54 seats are alotted for the two-year LLM programme at Delhi University.
Candidates will be allotted their seats through DU LLM Counselling 2018 depending on the Centre at which they wish to study, the rank they have obtained in their respective categories and the availability of seats at each Centre.
Only those candidates who have cleared the DU LLM 2018 Cut Off Rank and obtained a place in the DU LLM 2018 Merit List will be eligible for DU LLM 2018 Counselling.
Candidates will have to report category-wise and rank-wise for the same although their admissions will be dependent on the seats finally left available.
There may be up to three rounds of DU LLM Counselling 2018 on different dates, including for waitlisted DU LLM candidates.
DU LLM 2018 Counselling: Documents Required
DU LLM 2018 Admit Card
Eight passport size photographs
Marksheet of LLB
Provisional or final degree certificate of LLB
Proof of Age Certificate (preferably Class 10 or Class 12)
PH/CW/SC/ST/OBC (non-creamy layer) certificate if applicable
Candidates must note that those who are unable to complete their admission process at the time of DU LLM 2018 Counselling because of the lack of any one of the above documents will not be permitted entry to the DU two-year LLM Course. Also, candidates who have not received their LLB exam results by the time of DU LLM Counselling will not be eligible for admissions, unless their results are declared before the admission last date as laid down by Delhi University.
DU LLM 2018 Seat Allotment
Aspiring LLB graduates will be allotted seats for the two-year LLM programme as per the DU LLM 2018 Cut Off Rank. Candidates should be familiar with the DU LLM 2018 Seat Allotment process to be able to keep a track of the status of vacant seats after each round of DU LLM 2018 Counselling.
The DU LLM 2018 seats will be allotted strictly on the basis of merit in the DU LLM 2018 Entrance Examination.
DU LLM 2018 Seat Allotment will be done as per the rank obtained category-wise as per the Counselling schedule of DU LLM 2018.
Candidates can choose as to which of the three centres of Delhi University they would like to seek admission to. The centres include Campus Law Centre, Law Centre-1 and Law Centre-2.
Once the candidate has been allotted a seat at a particular centre through the DU LLM 2018 Seat Allotment process, that allotment will be considered final and no request for change will be entertained.
Candidates must make sure that they are eligible and have all the necessary documents during the DU LLM 2018 Counselling.
If any candidate is found absent during the DU LLM 2018 Seat Allotment process, then again their place will go to the next candidate in the Merit List of DU LLM 2018.
The DU LLM Seat Allotment 2018 will only conclude and be considered final once the requisite fees for the DU LLM Two Year course at Delhi University have been paid.