Delhi University LLB Entrance Examination
In the link mentioned below you will find sample papers of DU LLB which are official question papers not only from previous year but also the years before.
The answer key of 2019's paper is mentioned below.
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Ragging Affidavit of both parents and students are required in University during registration process of admission. It should be necessary upon the stamp papers then it will valuable.
Conratulations on getting seat in 1st round of counselling in KCET. To pay with e challan you need to first print the challan form from the link in the website. Then you need to visit the bank from where you pay. Once there, you can pay required amount either by Cheque or DD. If cheque, it should be addressed as "Pay Yourself". However it is better to confirm from the service manager. Once payment is done and verified you have to once again go to the required website and print the remittance form. This will act as payment fee receipt that you may show at the time of counselling. Hope this answer helps!
Spot round is that round which is conducted to fill the vacant seats left after counselling. There is no information on the internet as to why the list contain very less students this time.
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Congratulations on securing this rank.
Going by the DU LLB cutoffs in the previous years, you do have chances of getting a seat in DU with your rank. The closing rank for unreserved category in 2018 was 101.
Visit https://law.careers360.com/articles/du-llb-cutoff to get information regarding the DU LLB cutoffs in the previous years.
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no specific books have been recommeneded but you can go through the following guidelines :
The Faculty of Law, Delhi University changed the exam pattern of DU LLB Entrance Exam in the year 2017. The law entrance exam is now conducted in online (computer-based) mode each year in the month of June. The official schedule will be released shortly at LL.B. - University of Delhi.
This year, DU LLB is expected to be conducted on June 18, 2019. Law aspirants can register by visiting the official portal and completing all the steps before the window closes in the 1st week of July 2019. The speculations related to medium of exam has also been put to an end. Candidates can attempt the exam in English only but the instructions will be in Hindi and English.
Mode of Exam
The mode of examination for DU LLB changed from offline to online mode in the year 2017.
It is a Computer Based Test, wherein, each candidate will be appointed a computer at the DU LLB Exam Center only.
It is suggested that each test taker must practice through ‘Online Test Series’ only.
Duration of Exam
The duration of law entrance exam is 2 hours (120 minutes).
It will be conducted from 12 pm to 2 pm.
After submission of the test, candidate will not be allowed to re-enter the test hall.
Type of Questions
Questions in the law entrance examination are objective type i.e. multiple choice questions.
There will be four choices to question.
Candidates have to mark the most appropriate answer.
There will be a question of an essay too, which is descriptive in nature.
No. | Name of Sections
There will be four sections in the examination.
The name of the sections are General English; Quantitative, Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency; Analytical & Logical Reasoning and Current Affairs.
DU LLB Marking Scheme
Each question in the exam will carry 4 marks.
For every correct response, the candidate is awarded 4 marks.
In case of wrong answer, there is a penalty of 1 mark.
For un-attempted questions, there is no negative marking.
In case, a candidate marks two answers to a question, it will be treated as a wrong answer and there will be a penalty of 1 mark.
DU LLB Syllabus
Syllabus for the UG program covers questions from General Knowledge & Current Affairs, Legal Aptitude, English, Mathematics, Logical Reasoning. The GK and Legal Aptitude section will carry the highest weightage in the law entrance exam. The details regarding each course in order of their weightage is provided below:
In General Knowledge
The syllabus is usually very vast and varied for this section. This section will include questions from both General Knowledge as well as Current Affairs. The questions on GK will test the static knowledge of candidates on some of the prominent aspects of national and international level.
Some of the frequently asked topics are:
Outline of Indian Economy
National Income of India
Indian Tax Structure
Major Industries in India
Banking & Finance
In Legal Awareness & Aptitude
This section will test candidates’ ability and interest towards understanding and solving issues of legal nature. They will have to apply their research aptitude and reasoning to solve various legal propositions.
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Here is the cut-off list for DU-LLB this year for all category-
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
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