VIT Law 2016 Eligibility Criteria
VIT Law 2016 Eligibility Criteria – VIT Law School admissions offers admissions only to those candidates who fulfill the eligibility criteria for VIT Law 2016 for five-year integrated LLB programmes. Check here the VIT Law 2016 eligibility criteria including academic requirements, age limit as well as qualifying entrance exams mentioned below in this page.
VIT Law 2016 will be conducting admissions to five-year integrated LLB programmes including BA LLB (Hons.) and BBA LLB (Hons.) on the basis of national level law entrance exam including CLAT 2016 and LSAT India scores after the results of CLAT 2016 are announced on May 20. Check on VIT Law 2016 Important Dates.
Candidates must check the eligibility conditions before filling in the form of VIT Law 2016. Scroll below to know about the qualifying exam, marks as well as age limit for VIT Law admissions 2016 –
VIT Law 2016 Eligibility Criteria – You can check the conditions of VIT Law eligibility 2016 as mentioned below –
Academic Qualifications –
Candidates must be passed in 10+2 standard qualifying examination from CBSE/ State or any equivalent Board examination
General Category candidates must have scores 70% marks in aggregate
Whereas, candidates belonging to SC/ST category or states like Jammu and Kashmir, North East states of Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim and Tripura must have obtained 60% marks in aggregate
Candidates who are born on or after July 1, 1996 are eligible to apply
Qualifying Entrance Exam –
Candidates who have appeared in National level law entrance exam including CLAT 2016, LSAT India 2016 are eligible and they must have secured a valid score.
Other conditions –
Candidates must be Indian National Resident
Candidates must have studied as a regular/full-time student in India
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