GLC Mumbai Second Cutoff List 2014- The Government Law College, Mumbai has announced the second cutoff list for admissions to the five year integrated BA LLB programme in the college. Around 70 candidates have been offered to participate in the admission process based on GLC Mumbai 2014 Second Cutoff. The second cutoff as released by GLC Mumbai on June 21 notified the names of 70 candidates who have been selected from the Science, Arts and Commerce stream under different categories, Open, OBC and SC/ST. GLC Mumbai 2014 second cutoff list includes the candidates from Maharashtra and other boards.
5% of the total scored marks shall be deducted for those candidates who hail from examination boards other than Maharashtra. The admissions to the Government Law College, Mumbai shall be taken by the candidates in person. The selected candidates may collect the admission forms with the token numbers in the college office between 11:00 to 12 noon in the college. The candidates must note that the admissions fees will be accepted in the college office only after filling up of the admission forms.
Moreover the students who do not remain present when their token number is called out shall be placed at last for admissions.
For any queries and doubts, call GLC Mumbai Admission Helpline @ 011-40360360
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Important documents required at the time of GLC Mumbai 2014 Admissions based on Second Cutoff List –
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Important Dates for GLC Mumbai Admissions 2014 based on 2nd Merit List –
Payment of Fees – June 23, 2014 and June 24 (10:30 am to 1:00pm)
GLC Mumbai may issue the Third Merit List for admissions on June 24, 2014 at 7:00pm.
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Hi! Hope you are doing great! Well, the cut off for LLB course in government colleges are different! It depends on which government college you choose ! if you please mention which colleges you are looking for i can help you with the marks!
mostly you if score more than 125 there are decent chances of getting government law college!
Bachelor of Arts + Bachelor of Laws[ B.A.L.L.B.] is a dual degree course in administrative law. BA LLB is a five year course. Having passed a 10+ 2 or equivalent exam from a recognized board with a recommended minimum of 50% of the total, an applicant may apply for this course. Admission to most law schools / universities is achieved through a regional or university level entrance test.
Applicants will usually seek admission to this course via entrance exams. There are also direct admissions to some institutes. Admission exams are performed at all levels of India as well as at the state or university level. This technical course covers topics such as history, economics, sociology, etc., as well as broad areas of law such as tax law, criminal law and corporate law, etc.
The eligibility requirements for the BA LLB course shall be the score of minimum aggregate marks as required by the institute for a senior secondary examination or equivalent examination by the recognized board. The general route of entry to this program is through the entrance exam.
Since the entrance exam is the preferred method, the candidates with the results expected in the senior secondary examination are allowed to apply for the course. In some institutes, direct admission is another route of entry offered to this course.
The common entrance to BA LLB goes through the entrance exam. Entrance exams for this function are CLAT, LSAT and AILET.
Several institutes also conduct personal interviews for final selection after the entry. There are a couple of institutes like C. Bhimasen Rao National College of Law, Karnataka, which offer direct admission to this course on the basis of a merit list.
Hope this helps. All the best!
The law fees of Government Law College, Mumbai for 1 year will be around Rs.7000 and further you can multiply it for 3 years.
You can check all the details of the fees from the given link -
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