DU LLM Participating Institutes 2017 – DU LLM Entrance Examination 2017 will offer 54 LLM Two Year seats across three participating institutes affiliated to the Faculty of Law, University of Delhi. All the three DU LLM participating institutes will be located in the city of New Delhi. The selected candidates may be offered seats at either of these institutes during DU LLM 2017 Counselling depending on their preference or the marks and positions they have obtained in the DU LLM Merit List. The Two Year LLM course offered by Delhi University’s Faculty of Law through DU LLM 2017 is rated very highly by LLB graduates all over India and this reflected in the high competition for seats. An estimated 2500 students are estimated to apply for the 54 seats under the Delhi University LLM Two Year Course each year.
The 2017 DU LLM Entrance Examination is scheduled to be held tentatively in the third week of June. Candidates can read all the necessary details regarding the institutions participating in DU LLM 2017, such as their locations and respective years of establishment on this page.
The three law centres affiliated to the Faculty of Law, University of Delhi can be seen in the table below.
DU LLM 2017 Participating Institutes
Name of Institute
Campus Law Centre (CLC)
University North Campus, Chhatra Marg, New Delhi
Law Centre – 1 (LC-1)
Law Centre – 2 (LC-2)
Atma Ram Sanatan Dharam (ASRD) College building, Dhaula Kuan, New Delhi
Key Points on DU LLM Participating Institutes 2017
The LLM courses of Delhi University are directly administered by the Faculty of Law, headed by the Dean to whom each of the three DU LLM participating institutes report.
Each participating institute/centre in DU LLM 2017 has its own teaching faculty and administration. A Professor-in-Charge is responsible for heading each centre.
While the Faculty of Law at Delhi University has been in existence since 1924, the Master of Laws (LLM) programme was only introduced twenty years later, in 1944.
The DU LLM Programme was initially introduced as a One Year course, before being converted into a full-time Two Year LLM course in 1947.
While Law Centre-2 of Delhi University’s Faculty of Law is currently situated separately, it is soon expected that all three centres will become the premise for a common new building of Faculty of Law in the University Campus area, post which DU LLM exam will have only one centre for admission.
The Campus Law Centre is the largest of the three centres and also considered the main one. Interestingly however, Law Centre-1 and Law Centre-2 were established by the Faculty of Law before the Campus Law Centre came into being.
The years of establishment of each DU LLM 2017 Participating Institute is given in the table below.
Years of Establishment of DU LLM 2017 Institutes
Year of Establishment
Law Centre – 1, University of Delhi
Law Centre – 2, University of Delhi
Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi
Admissions to all of the three law centres of Delhi University’s Faculty of Law will be on the basis of merit in the DU LLM 2017 Entrance Examination. Candidates will have to fill up the Law Centre Option-Cum-Undertaking form at the time of DU LLM 2017 Counselling in the order given in the DU LLM 2017 Merit List. Admissions to the LLM Two Year Course of DU will be offered as per the candidate’s Law Centre preference subject to availability of seats. If a candidate is offered a seat at a DU LLM Participating Institute or joins for LLM at any of the three centres, then they will not be able to take admission in any other DU LLM Law Centre associated with the Faculty of Law, Delhi University.
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Haha.. You think you can prepare for a exam for 10 long years? You must be 12/13 years old kid then right? Chill brother, I can understand you really aim to crack the exam and thats why you asked this question but relax, things are not that difficult. Your mind must be bit immature and less knowledgeable to understand the concepts of the things that you are going to face after 8/10 years. So it's okay, the year of entrance is enough and more if you stay focused and dedicated at that point of time. So don't worry, you'll surely be able to crack the exam provided your commitment towards it's the bestesssttt.
About the books now, For Environmental law M. C. Mehta cases, the cases dealing with Public Trust doctrine, the cases of the one prohibiting passive smoking in public places, and different doctrines, the provisions, acts, cases dealing with the National Green Tribunal will suffice. And since the Constitution is the Fundamental law of the land so every one of us have much knowledge about the same either be it through political science knowledge acquired during the school or college life or garnered through observing the day to day happenings or policy decisions taken at the government level. These ones at least remind us at least once that every single thing is happening as per our constitution. Remaining ones of the Constitution most of us, may have learnt at the LL. B. itself.
And thereafter you must remember the names of last year's landmark Supreme Court's judgments.
As far as International law and jurisprudence are concerned then I must without a chunk of hesitation, say that you will have to cram it up.
Thereafter if you wish to practice upon it (the ones which you have learnt through the bare acts, books) then you can do so by taking up and solving the guide of A. K. Jain or universal which ever you like and work upon it, ponder upon it.
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.
For more details and clarification, you may consider going through the following link-
Please check the link mentioned below
Hope this will help
All the best for your future!!!
LLM is masters in law. So you can pursue this course only if you have completed a bachelors degree in law- 5 year integrated law course or 3 year LLb. As per your question, if you have already done any graduation degree in any stream, and now you want to puruse law then you will have to go for LLB degree which is for 3 years and not for LLM. Admission process for LLb degree is different for each college. Here is a list of law entrances for 3 year LLB course -
DU LLB - Delhi University
MH CET- GLC mumbai, ILS Pune and other colleges in Maharashtra
SLAT- Symbiosis Law school
PU LLB- Panjab University, Chandigarh
LSAT- Jindal global Law school, IIT Kharagpur and other private law colleges
BHU LLB- Banaras Hindu University
BVP LLB- Bharatiya Vidyapeeth
TS LAWCET Etc
Best of luck!
Hello Neelam Kumari !
I understand your concern but the date for the release of admission list is not out yet. The list was expected to be out in july last week but it didn't.
The entrance examination was conducted on July 5, 2019. The counselling will begin with the announcement of the first admission list.
Hope this helps.Feel free to ask further.
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