SLAT Eligibility Criteria 2020 - Symbiosis International University will conduct SLAT 2020 entrance exam for law aspirants. To apply for SLAT 2020, candidates will have to adhere to the eligibility criteria of SLAT 2020, as prescribed by the conducting body. Candidates who don’t meet the prescribed SLAT eligibility criteria 2020 will not be considered for admissions through SLAT 2020 exam and their applications will be rejected. So, it is very important for all SLAT candidates to carefully go through the SLAT 2020 eligibility criteria. In this page, the candidates will get to know everything regarding SLAT eligibility criteria 2020 and other important information. Read below the article.
SLAT exam 2020 will be conducted tentatively in the second week of April, 2020. Clearing SLAT 2020 will pave the way for admission to the UG law programmes offered by 4 Symbiosis Law Schools (SLS), namely - SLS Pune, SLS Hyderabad, SLS Noida, SLS Nagpur.
For all law schools of Symbiosis International University, the eligibility criteria is common. The eligibility criteria for SLAT 2020 will be released officially in the notification of SLAT 2020. Law aspirants preparing for SLAT 2020 may refer to the following eligibility criteria.
Educational qualification - Candidate should have passed Class 12th (10+2) from any recognized board or any equivalent exam with a minimum aggregate of 45% marks (40% for SC candidates)
Please note that candidates who are going to appear in their board examination this year will also be considered eligible to apply for SLAT 2020. Such candidates will have to produce their documents related to qualifying exams during the admission process. Failing which, such candidates will be disqualified.
Age limit - there is no upper age limit to appear in SLAT 2020.
Before we move forward, it is very important to mention an advisory from Symbiosis Law School, Pune regarding the admission to the law programmes -
Generally, at UG level there are two law programmes in Symbiosis Law Schools; BA LL.B and BBA LL.B. And, candidates may choose any one of these regardless of their class 12th subjects.
So, it is suggested that those candidates who have passed their qualifying exam (Class - 12) with arts or social sciences may apply for BA LL.B (Hons.) programme. Similarly, those candidates who have passed their qualifying exam with commerce or accounts or mathematics and sciences may apply for BBA LL.B. However, still, the candidates are free to choose any law programme depending on their interest, and ability. SLAT 2020 - Who is not eligible?
Candidates who have passed their qualifying exam, class 12, in more than one attempt will not be considered eligible for SLAT 2020.
Further, if a candidate has cleared his qualifying exam with compartment is also not eligible to appear in SLAT 2020.
Those candidates who have passed their qualifying exam with distance learning system / open university system are also not eligible to appear in SLAT 2020.
The application form for SLAT 2020 will be made available tentatively in the second week of January, 2020. Eligible candidates will be able to apply in online mode only.
Before applying for SLAT 2020, candidates must carefully read the SLAT 2020 eligibility criteria.
Fees payment is available in both online and offline modes (Demand draft).
The exam will be conducted tentatively in the 1st week of May, 2020.
To appear in SLAT, the candidate should have passed Senior Secondary exam with a minimum 45 % marks (40% for SC/ST candidates).
Yes. you are eligible for SLAT 2020; however, at the time of admission, you will have to produce any document related to your qualifying exam (class - 12).
There is no age limit for appearing in SLAT 2020.
The application forms for SLAT 2020 will be made available around 2nd week of April 2020.
Yes, SLS Pune offers 3-year LLB and 5-year LLB - 5 year programmes.
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-BC-A: 3030 closing rank.
-BC-B: 1982 closing rank.
-BC-C: 2101 closing rank.
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