SET Law Eligibility Criteria 2018: Symbiosis International University has announced the SET Law 2018 eligibility criteria along with releasing the application form of SET Law, 2018. The SET Law eligibility criteria 2018 mentions the academic qualifications and other specifications that an aspirant needs to fulfill in order to sit for the SET Law examination for admissions to five-year integrated law programmes in law schools of the Symbiosis University. The candidates can check below eligibility criteria of SET Law 2018 and need to fulfil the minimum qualification and the age criteria. Candidates must note that the SET Law eligibility criteria 2018 for admissions to any of the Symbiosis Law Schools in Pune, Noida or Hyderabad and for each of the offered programmes - BA LLB and BBA LLB are the same. Further, aspirants wishing to sit for SET Law 2018 also should go through the conditions under which they will not be allowed to fill the SET Law application forms.
Candidates who were not able to fulfill the SET Law 2018 eligibility criteria were not allowed admissions even if they qualify the law entrance exam, i.e., SET Law 2018.
SET Law Eligibility Criteria 2018
Given below is the eligibility criteria of SET Law 2018 which every candidate must fulfill.
SET Law Eligibility Criteria 2018: Academic Qualification
Aspirants must have passed 12th board examination or 10+2 education system from any recognised board or institution.
The candidates should have secured a minimum of 45% marks (General category) and 40% marks (SC and ST category) in the qualifying board examination.
Besides the above, those candidates who will be appearing for their 12th board exams in the current session will also be considered eligible subjected to submission of qualifying marks certificate at the time of admissions.
SET Law 2018 Eligibility Criteria: Age Criteria
There is no age bar to appear in SET Law 2018 as per the Supreme Court of India's decision.
SET Law Eligibility Criteria 2018: Who are not eligible for SET Law 2018?
Candidates must have cleared their 12th board examination in a single attempt.
Those candidates who will be appearing or have appeared for compartmental/ supplementary papers will be considered non-eligible for appearing in SET Law 2018.
Also, those candidates who’ve completed their 12th class through Open Learning/ Distance Learning/ Open University system will be considered ineligible for SET Law 2018.