In a first, Delhi University will be conducting DU LLB 2016 Entrance Exam in as many as 5 cities of India, besides national capital where the central university is located, thus bringing convenience to DU law aspirants from far southern, western and eastern regions of India. Earlier, DU law aspirants had to appear for the entrance exam in Delhi only. The test cities outside Delhi include Ahmedabad, Chennai, Jammu, Kolkata and Varanasi.The decision has been taken by a standing committee of DU Admission Council comprising 18 members. “The other five centres are Ahmedabad, Chennai, Jammu, Kolkata and Varanasi,” said one of the committee members.Moreover, this year the standing committee has also nodded to offer the OBC candidates, a 10% relaxation as compared to General category candidates in the cut-off marks of DU LLB 2016 Exam. One of the committee members said, “The cut-off marks for OBC candidates will be upto 10 percent lower than that for General category. If the cut-off is 60% for General category candidates, the OBC candidates will need to secure at least 54%.”The University admission committee also plans to finalize the registrations by May 15, 2016 and DU LLB 2016 Entrance Exam along with other PG entrances will be conducted in the first week of June. However, there is no official announcement over beginning date of the applications. Aspirants will have to fill DU LLB 2016 Applications in online mode only. The application fee for DU LLB 2016 Entrance Exam as well as other PG programmes will be Rs. 500 for General and OBC candidates and Rs. 250 for SC/ST and other reserved categories including PwD.The University of Delhi offers as many as 8000 seats for admissions to nearly 66 PG programmes. The Central University reserves 50% of the total seats, i.e., as many as 4000 seats in the PG programmes for direct admissions of those who have graduated from DU, while the rest 4000 seats are offered through entrance exams.As per the University records, nearly 110570 candidates had applied for the PG programmes in the admission years 2015.Delhi University is likely to conduct DU 2016 Admissions for nearly 54000 seats in various UG programmes from May 24, 2016.
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yes you can definitely apply for multiple exam for law entrance test if you meet the eligibility criteria , ailet is conducts by NLU delhi, candidate who are appearing in 12th exam or already pass can apply for ailet. you may follow the below link to know details,
however du llb entrance test for those who have already passed graduation course and want to pursue 3 years llb course from delhi university.
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