Delhi University LLB Entrance Examination
Eligibility of integrated law program is having passed 10+2 from a recogized board with minimum 50% aggregate, there's relaxation of 5% in case of reserved category. Some of the top university conduct admission via entrance test mentioned below.
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Yes, as per the eligibility criteria for DU LLB Course, candidate who're in the final year examinations too are eligible to apply for the same. You can apply for DU LLB Entrance Test this year. Although, your admission will be provisional till you clear your final year exam and submit the relevant documents during counselling.
As per the official, The candidates who have passed 10+2 exam or obtained Graduation/Post-graduation from Open University system directly without any basic qualification, Only that candidates will not be eligible to apply for BHU LLB programme.
No DU does not offer LL.B 5 year integrated course, rather it offers 3 year Law programme. There are other universities which offer LL.B integrated 5 year course , the list is as follows-
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You need to pass your graduate exam from University of Delhi or an equivalent University for DU LLB. General Category Students should score at least 50% marks in the qualifying exam and OBC,SC,ST students should score atleast 40%. The exam dates are between 2nd and 9th July. If you are in your 5th semester now, you still have to wait because you have still more than 6 months to complete the course. You should be able to complete the course atleast by the time of admission. But in your case, you will not be able to complete your B.Com and so you cannot write DU LLB this session.
There are four sections in DU LLB Entrance Examination- English language, analytical skills, legal awareness and aptitude, general knowledge and current affairs.
In English language section, there will be questions from grammar, unseen passage, antonyms-synonyms, fill in the blanks etc. The best way to prepare is to refer any comprehensive grammar book and read any one english newspaper daily.
Analytical skills section includes maths, reasoning, aptitude etc. For this, you should revise maths books of class V to X. Also there will be questions from seat arrangement, blood relation, speed, time and distance, coding decoding, syllogism etc.
Universal DU LLB guide is considered very helpful for both legal awareness and legal aptitude sections. You should try to complete the entire legal aptitude section.
Reading newspapers regularly will extremely help you to be aware of the current affairs. For general knowledge section, you can refer to these books- Manorama Year book, India Year Book etc.
If possible you should make a proper study plan and do accordingly. There are many mock tests booklets available in the market, choose any one of them and start solving the mock papers. Solving previous year papers will help you to get accustomed.
For admission in 3 year LLB in DU you need to have a graduate or postgraduate degree and if you do not have that then you are not eligible to take admission in the said course, if you have a graduate or post graduate degree then you need to give an entrance test and post clearing that based on the merit list prepared by the university you will be allotted the college, generally the classes are held in two batches i.e morning and evening for more information please refer,
The amount of Study time , depends on the student itself . Especially when you are in yoir College life . You need to understand your own capabilities, strength and your intelligence, and Study accordingly.
And when you are in College, your extracurriculars activities, etc. matters as much as your academic Marks. So It should be You who would be deciding the amount of time to be spend on Academics and Extracurricular activities , to Get good Marks and make your College life worth !
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