DU LLM Cut Off 2017 – The Faculty of Law, University of Delhi, will set the Cut Off score for the Delhi University LLM Entrance Examination 2017. The DU LLM Cut Off will be a major determining factor in the DU LLM 2017 qualification process. A total of 54 LLM seats are open for admissions through DU LLM Entrance 2017. LLB graduates seeking admissions to the Two Year postgraduate law programme offered by the University of Delhi’s Law Department will need to ensure they obtain the minimum possible marks set as the Cut Off for DU LLM 2017 in order to be considered for the DU LLM 2017 Merit List and be eligible for admission. The DU LLM Entrance Exam Cut Off will also help candidates know the minimum rank which they will need to secure to be invited for DU LLM 2017 Counselling. Candidates will be offered a seat in DU’s postgraduate law course only if they secure a Cut Off Rank in DU LLM 2017.
The DU LLM 2017 Cut Off score will be set out of the test total of 700 marks. The Cut Off Score for DU LLM 2017 will be different for each community and category and candidates will be eligible for admissions as long as they clear the DU LLM Cut Off for the particular community or category they have applied under.
By analyzing the Cut Off for DU LLM from the preceding years, Careers360 presents to you the tentative community/category-wise minimum score and Cut Off ranks that candidates will have to attain out of 700 and the number of seats available respectively to be eligible for admissions to the University of Delhi’s postgraduate LLM Two Year Course.
DU LLM Cut Off
Cut Off Score* (out of 700)
Cut Off Rank* (out of total available seats)
*Tentative; table will be updated after DU LLM 2017 Result is released
It should be noted by candidates that the Faculty of Law, University of Delhi does not formally announce the Cut Off scores for Delhi University’s LLM Entrance Exam as these are arbitrarily determined each year and can only be known once the admission process begins after the DU LLM Results are announced.
Approximately 3000 students are expected to apply for DU LLM Entrance Examination 2017. The Cut Off for DU LLM each year is determined after taking into account a number of factors including the total number of aspirants appearing for DU LLM Entrance Exam that year, the difficulty level of the exam, the highest, lowest and average marks secured by candidates and the previous years’ trends. Out of the 54 seats on offer for DU LLM 2017 admissions, candidates securing the minimum marks and ranks as given in the above table will either be invited for DU LLM Counselling first round or find a place in the DU LLM 2017 Waiting List.
DU LLM 2017 Entrance Examination will be held tentatively in the third week of June 2017. LLB graduates will be able to apply for admissions to three law centres of Delhi University’s Faculty of Law depending on their position in the DU LLM 2017 Merit List. The Merit List of DU LLM 2017 will be formed on the basis of marks and ranks candidates obtain in the DU LLM 2017 Result and admissions will only be given depending on whether they clear the DU LLM 2017 Cut Off.
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