Government Law College, Mumbai has declared its third merit list for aided and unaided categories on July 9, 2014 in online mode to offer admission to five years law course to shortlisted candidates for the current academic batch.
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The aided GLC third merit list, lists names of total three candidatesbelonging from special categories, which include physically disabled candidates and candidates from ex-servicemen/defence category.
The separate unaided GLC third merit list released by Government Law College, Mumbai is categorized under Art, Commerce, and Science sections. Each of the categories is further divided into open category, ladies quota and common merit list. The list is devised on the basis of marks scored my candidates in intermediate examination and the list mentions the names of shortlisted candidates under the following class category- unreserved, OBC, and SC.
For admission to five years law course, candidates have to collect the Admission Form with a token number. The timing to obtain the form is between 10:30 a.m. and 12:00 noon in the College Office. The completed admission form and fee/demand draft has to be submitted at the office only.
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Candidates willing to avail concession prescribed for backward class are required to submit free studentships/Scholarship form along with admission form. Names of candidates appeared in unaided GLC third merit list, and belonging to D.T (V.J.), N.T (B, C &D) OBC and SBC categories have to produce the non creamy layer certificate on or before July 10, 2014.
Whereas, deadline for document verification for candidates, whose names appeared in unaided GLC third merit list, and belonging to D.T (V.J.), N.T (B, C &D) OBC and SBC categories was June 30, 2014.
Check here to Download Aaided GLC third merit list
Check here to Download Unaided GLC third merit list
Government Law College, Mumbai has also announced that fourth GLC merit list is expected to be declared on July 15, 2014.
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There are not many government colleges for law in Sikkim. There are two government colleges:
There are many privae colleges too.
I hope this helps.
Yes they pretty strict in this matter and as an evidence you can also refer this news article.
You will be able to manage with the CS Program along with LLB course as the Subjects are similar in both the cases. Also, talking about the articleship bit it depends on the college attendance policy also. Because, if it is a full time college with strict attendance policy then you won't be able to pursue your articleship full time. You can definitely take dummy for your articleship and continue your college but rather I would suggest you to take it after your final to make your learning and better.
GLC Madurai offers BL course for a duration of three years, BA BL for a duraion of five years and ML for a duration of two years.
Admission to BA BL, BL and ML is done on the merit of the qualifying exams.Application mode is offline. Usually for General candidates a minimum of 50% aggregate is required in the last qualifying exams, however there's relaxation of 5% for reserved category.
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