DU LLB Entrance Exam and LAWCET 2014 Dates are clashing- What will a candidate do?
Apratim Chatterjee, 07 Aug 2014, #DU LLB
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What will you do, if you are going to take some two important entrance exams on one day itself? DU LLB Entrance Exam 2014, an important law entrance exam is scheduled for June 8, 2014. Not only this, the law aspirants shall be taking one more important exam, LAWCET 2014 on the very date!

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The law aspirants are bewildered by such a situation. One of the law aspirants, Shravati Majumdar from Delhi says, “I will be taking DU LLB 2014 this year as the other exam is for Andhra Pradesh and I prefer to study in Delhi itself” Another law aspirant, Sarvashekhara Pavitran Nair from Guntur has expectations from LAWCET 2014 as he hails from the same city, but Saseendhran Pavithra wishes for taking both the exams but doesn’t know how.

University of Delhi, Faculty of Law has announced online applications for admissions to LL.B courses in Faculty of Law, University of Delhi. DU LLB Online Application Forms are available from March 10, 2014. Click here to Apply Online.

Candidates are hereby informed that LAWCET 2014 Application Form is available from; March 8, 2014. Candidates can Apply Online from this page for LAWCET 2014.

 

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The law aspirants can’t find a solution to this issue. If the examination boards of these respective examinations have already known the dates, then why they have scheduled their entrance exams on the same date? Many of the law aspirants are yet to find answers to these questions.

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Faculty of Law, University of Delhi has announced the scheduling of DU LLB Entrance Exam 2014 on June 8, 2014 on the very first, followed by Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati. The question arises whether Sri Venkateswara University weren’t aware of the dates pre-scheduled by DU, Faculty of Law? If they were then why did they fix the same date for the conduct of exam, knowing several of the law aspirants will be taking the other exam too

 

Careers360 has tried to contact the concerned authority of the Universities regarding re-scheduling of the exam dates. Shall update you the same as soon as any reply comes.

 

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No , it is not mandatory for you to be a graduate in law to be eligible for DU llb and actually to be eligible you for DU llb you just need a graduate degree in any stream from a recognized university with at least 50 % marks in your graduation while SC/ST category need to score at least  40% marks in their qualifying degree and OBC, PwD and CW need to score 45% in the qualifying degree , also there's no upper age limit to be eligible for DU LLB . So , even if you are not a graduate in law you are eligible for law without any doubt.

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does 12th percentage matters to get admission in dullb

Sanjanaleekha 16th Nov, 2019

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DU has 3 year LLB which you can undertake after you have completed graduation, with that being said, the admission in faculty of law is totally based on entrance exam conducted by DU and your 12th percentage don't play a part in it as long as you have scored a minimum of the passing marks in your 12th standard.

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Hey, I have done PGDM from Symboisis Pune got 50% but in graduation i got 43.5%. I m eligibile for DU LLB entrance and Admission.

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The Basic eligibility criteria to pursue DU LLB is one must have passed graduation with Minimum 50% of marks for general category. You cannot apply based on your Post graduation Score. For SC/ST the percentage should be 40% and for BC it is 45%. So based on your category check whether you are eligible or not.

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Manisha Gupta Expert 30th Oct, 2019

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DULLB Entrance Exam is expected to be held on 2-9 June, 2020 in Online Mode.

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