DU LLM Eligibility Criteria 2020 - Delhi University has prescribed DU LLM 2020 eligibility criteria for candidates looking for admission to LLM courses offered by the University. Candidates must ensure that they meet all the prescribed eligibility criteria of DU LLM 2020, as those, not having the required qualification will not be considered for the admissions. It should be noted that the basic qualification for DU LLM programmes is generally a graduation degree in Law, but candidates should also be mindful of other DU LLM eligibility criteria 2020 which includes category-wise marks requirement, and some other factors. To know the detailed DU LLM eligibility criteria 2020 and other important information related to the exam, read the complete article below.
Delhi University entrance test is conducted by the National Testing Agency. Through DU LLM 2020, the university offers LLM courses as two year and three-year programmes. The eligibility criteria of DU LLM 2020, along with the merit list, prepared on the basis of the entrance test forms the basis of admissions.
Entrance test name
DU LLM Entrance test 2020
National Testing Agency
Date of exam
June 2 - June 9, 2020
Candidates should note that the eligibility criteria of DU LLM 2020 comprises of a few factors such as educational qualification, minimum required marks, appearing status etc. Candidates must ensure that they meet all these conditions as prescribed by the university. The details of DU LLM eligibility criteria 2020 are mentioned below.
Candidate should be a graduate in a 3-year or 5-year integrated LLB programme, from the University of Delhi or any other Indian or foreign university recognized as equivalent to Delhi University.
As per the DU LLM eligibility criteria 2020, Candidates appearing in the qualifying exam are also eligible to apply for DU LLM 2020, however, such candidate will have to produce the documents (mark sheets/certificates related to the qualifying exam) at the time of admission.
The University has prescribed minimum marks which the candidates need to secure in the qualifying exam. As per the eligibility criteria of DU LLM, candidates belonging to General and OBC category (creamy layer) must secure at least 50% aggregate or an equivalent grade point in their qualifying exam. Further, candidates belonging to the OBC non-creamy layer category must secure 45% in their qualifying exam.
Candidates belonging to SC/ST categories must secure at least 45% marks in the qualifying exam.
Relaxation of 5% of the minimum marks prescribed for general category is available for candidates belonging to physically handicapped (PH) category.
Age limits - There is no age limit to appear in DU LLM 2020 entrance test.
Candidates who are appearing in the qualifying exam will only become eligible if they secure minimum marks in their qualifying exam, even if they clear the entrance test.
Candidates should note that rounding off a fraction of marks will not be allowed, ie. candidates securing more than 44.5% but less than 45% will not be considered as equivalent to 45%.
Candidates already pursuing LLM or having admissions in any other university will not be considered eligible to apply for DU LLM 2020 unless they get their admission cancelled.
The final admission to DU LLM is subject to meeting the DU LLM 2020 eligibility criteria and merit list on the basis of marks secured by the candidates in the entrance test.
Only after satisfying all the above-mentioned eligibility criteria one should apply for DU LLM 2020 application form, which will be available from March 2, 2020. Candidates will have to apply for DU LLM 2020 in online mode by visiting the online registration portal of National Testing Agency (NTA). Candidates will need to fill in the eligibility details of DU LLM 2020 while applying for through the application form. Along with registration, the application form of DU LLM 2020 will also include steps like filling the form, document uploading and fees payment.
As per the eligibility criteria of DU LLM 2020, candidate must be a graduate in law from a recognized university.
Yes, such candidates can apply for DU LLM, but the admission will be subject to securing minimum required marks in qualifying exam along with other factors.
The application form for DU LLM will open from March 2. 2020. You can apply anytime on or before March 31, 2020.
As of 2019, there are a total of 121 seats offered by Delhi University under LLM programme.
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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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