PU LLB Syllabus 2020 - Punjab University prescribed PU LLB 2020 syllabus for the entrance test conduct for admissions to its 3-year LLB course. The syllabus of PU LLB 2020 is designed to test candidates’ ability to understand the intricacies of the law subjects, legal aptitude along with general awareness, English, etc. PU LLB syllabus 2020 holds much importance for the candidates going to appear in PU LLB entrance test as the syllabus of PU LLB 2020 will form the basis for working out a preparation plan. Moreover, with the help of PU LLB syllabus 2020 candidates will also get to know what book-list they need to refer to cover all the topics. To know more about the detailed PU LLB syllabus 2020 along with subject-wise marks distribution, exam pattern, etc, read the complete article.
PU LLB 2020 will be conducted tentatively in the fourth week of June 2020. Candidates will have to apply online to appear in the entrance test which will be conducted in offline mode with question booklets and OMR sheets.
Candidates will have to study subjects like legal aptitude, Reasoning, Current affairs, General knowledge, English etc while preparing for PU LLB 2020. Every topic/subject will carry some fixed weightage, the details of which are explained below.
Number of questions
Current Affairs and General Knowledge
Reasoning Ability and English
The university generally, provides a broad, subject-oriented syllabus of PU LLB entrance exam, candidates will have to study the topics form within the subjects. On the basis of previous years’ papers, an indicative syllabus is provided here.
Legal Aptitude - This section will include questions from the Indian Constitution, Indian polity, Law of Contracts, Law of Torts, Criminal Law, CrPc, Penal Code, International laws of major multilateral bodies like UN, WTO etc. Questions are framed in both factual and preposition-fact patterns.
Current Affairs - Questions in this section are asked from current events of national and international importance with special focus on legal aspects, New appointments, achievements, sports, Awards and honours etc.
General Knowledge - Candidates will be asked questions related to general awareness such as History, Environment, Polity, General Science etc of up to class - 12th level.
Reasoning and English - Questions in English section are generally asked from general English which include topics like grammar, Antonyms-Synonyms, vocabulary, idioms and phrases, sentence correction, fill in the blanks etc.
In Reasoning section, candidates will be asked questions from Puzzle, Sets, Number-series, Logical patterns, blood relations etc.
CLAT and LLB Entrance Examination Study Package
A. P. Bhardwaj
Model Test Papers for CLAT & LLB
Self Study Guide LLB Entrance Examination
The Pearson Guide to the LLB Entrance Exam
The university has prescribed an exam pattern which intimates about the details related to the conduct of exam. Along with the syllabus, the candidate must be aware of PU LLB exam pattern 2020 for a more effective and targeted preparation, the entrance test of PU LLB 2020 will be conducted in offline mode, with the question paper consisting of 100 MCQs, the details are given below.
Offline, OMR sheet based
English, Hindi and Punjabi
Type of questions
Number of questions
1 mark for each correct answer
0.25 marks will be deducted for every incorrect answer
At the first step, candidates must go read carefully the detailed syllabus and exam pattern provided here. Knowing syllabus and exam pattern will fix the outline for your preparation.
Make a study plan which will cover the entire syllabus well before the exam date of PU LLB 2020. Be consistent and stick with the preparation plan.
Make short notes for all the important topics and do regular revision.
Attempt mock tests to give a better shape to your preparation and analyze the outcome of the mock test. This will help you in identifying your weaknesses so you can work on them.
There will be a total of 40 questions from the legal aptitude each carrying 1 mark.
Refer to the syllabus for your preparation, as the syllabus of PU LLB 2020 covers all the topics from where questions will be asked in the exam. You can also get to know about the important topics related to the exam.
1 mark will be given for each correct answer while 0.25 marks will be deducted for each incorrect answer.
No, admissions in 3-year LLB course of PU LLB is offered on the basis of merit list which is prepared after considering candidate’s performance in both entrance test and qualifying exam.
Best Books for PU BA LLB 2020 - Follow the best books of PU BA...
PU BA LLB important dates 2020 has been released on February 7...
PU BA LLB result 2020 will be declared on June 8-10, 2020. PU ...
How to prepare for PU BA LLB 2020 - Candidates preparing for P...
PU BA LLB rank card 2020 - Punjab University will release rank...
Check out the list of books mentioned below.
•Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning by A P Bhardwaj
•Objective Legal Aptitude
•LST’s Legal Reasoning Module
•General Knowledge 2020 by Arihant
•General Knowledge Manual by Pearson
•General Knowledge by Lucent
•Newspapers like The Telegraph, The Indian Express, The Hindu, The Hindustan Times
•Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning by Prentice Hall India Learning
•A New Approach to Reasoning Verbal & Non-Verbal by Arihant
•Modern Approach To Verbal & Non-Verbal Reasoning by S. Chand
•High School English Grammar & Composition by P C Wren and H Martin
•Word Power Made Easy by Norman Lewis
•Objective General English by SJ Thakur, SK Rout/ B.K Publications
•Objective General English by SP Bakshi
Hello student no its not compulsory to passed class 12th from cbse board as eligibility criteria says - Candidates must passed or appearing class 12 from any stream with minimum 50 percent marks from CBSE or a recognized board equivalent to cbse.
For more updates refer to the link mentioned below -
Feel free to comment if you have any doubt
To be very honest it may cause some trouble but if you have reported to your institute as early as possible then it is modifiable.
Hope you have got some burden off !
You should go as back atleast 1-2 years of General Awareness and Current Affairs section. It is always better to read newspaper for CURRENT G.K. than trying to grasp all info at once. Some of the newspaper sources which you can use to prepare this section are The Hindu, Financial Express, and The Economist.
In case, you dont like reading newspaper daily, you can go with Manorama Yearbook or Current Affairs Yearly by Arihant for General Knowledge which is published every year.
In order to prepare for STATIC G.K. section, you need to broaden your overall scope in following sections: Sports, Politics, Entertainment, Biographies, etc. So, for this, you can use Static General Knowledge by A.P. Bhardwaj and S. Chands Advanced Objective General Knowledge. These books are okay to start with if you are not someone with a newspaper reading habit from the past.
hello i think you are asking about punjab university situated in chandigarh was is affiliated by NAAC and was established on 14th october,1882 .yes it is a public university.
hope this helps!
Your PU BA LLB Entrance brochure has been successfully mailed to your registered email id .
The Question containing Inaapropriate or Abusive Words
Question lacks the basic details making it difficult to answer
Topic Tagged to the Question are not relevant to Question
Question drives traffic to external sites for promotional or commercial purposes
The Question is not relevant to User
Regular exam updates, QnA, Predictors, College Applications & E-books now on your Mobile