Panjab University BA LLB 2015 application form available from March 5
The Panjab University has announced applications for the 5 years integrated B.A./B.COM LLB programme for admission at UILS Chandigarh, UILS Hoshiarpur and UIL Ludhiana.
Available only in the online mode, Panjab University BA LLB 2015 Application Form is open from March 5, 2015. The last date for Online Registration to generate the Bank Challan is April 15, 2015 while the last date for deposit of fees in any SBI branch using the website generated challan is April 17, 2015.
The Application Procedure of Panjab University BA LLB 2015 involves three steps- Online Registration, Deposition of fee in any State of India Branch using the Bank Challan and uploading of Photograph, Signature and other information in the Online Application Form.
As per Panjab University BA LLB 2015 Eligibility Criteria, there is no upper age limit for applications. The applicant should also have passed 10+2 examination/Higher Secondary School Examination in any subject
Another important criteria is that the applicants should have a minimum of 50% aggregate marks in 10+2 examination if they belongs to general category and 45% in case of SC/ST category.
Panjab University BA LLB 2015 Exam will consist of one paper of 90 minutes duration. The exam paper pattern will consist of questions on General Knowledge and Current Affair, Aptitude for Law, Mental Ability and Proficiency in English Language.
The admission to BA/B.com LLB 5 Years shall be based on the merit prepared on the basis of total of 50% marks obtained in 10+2 examination and 50% marks obtained in the Panjab University BA LLB 2015 Entrance Exam.
Panjab University BA LLB 2015 will be conducted on May 16, 2015 for as many as 267 seats in BA LLB Programme and 120 seats in B.COM LLB at different centres of Panjab University.
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Questions related to PU BA LLB Entrance
which best book for preparation for entrance test of BA LLB PU Chandigarh
Check out the list of books mentioned below.
•Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning by A P Bhardwaj
•Objective Legal Aptitude
•LST’s Legal Reasoning Module
•General Knowledge 2020 by Arihant
•General Knowledge Manual by Pearson
•General Knowledge by Lucent
•Newspapers like The Telegraph, The Indian Express, The Hindu, The Hindustan Times
•Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning by Prentice Hall India Learning
•A New Approach to Reasoning Verbal & Non-Verbal by Arihant
•Modern Approach To Verbal & Non-Verbal Reasoning by S. Chand
•High School English Grammar & Composition by P C Wren and H Martin
•Word Power Made Easy by Norman Lewis
•Objective General English by SJ Thakur, SK Rout/ B.K Publications
•Objective General English by SP Bakshi
Is it compulsory that candidate must have completed 12th class from cbse? plz reply.
Hello student no its not compulsory to passed class 12th from cbse board as eligibility criteria says - Candidates must passed or appearing class 12 from any stream with minimum 50 percent marks from CBSE or a recognized board equivalent to cbse.
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Feel free to comment if you have any doubt
if I fill my board name wrong in application form
To be very honest it may cause some trouble but if you have reported to your institute as early as possible then it is modifiable.
Hope you have got some burden off !
how many months current affairs are asked in PU BA LLB entrance of exam?
You should go as back atleast 1-2 years of General Awareness and Current Affairs section. It is always better to read newspaper for CURRENT G.K. than trying to grasp all info at once. Some of the newspaper sources which you can use to prepare this section are The Hindu, Financial Express, and The Economist.
In case, you dont like reading newspaper daily, you can go with Manorama Yearbook or Current Affairs Yearly by Arihant for General Knowledge which is published every year.
In order to prepare for STATIC G.K. section, you need to broaden your overall scope in following sections: Sports, Politics, Entertainment, Biographies, etc. So, for this, you can use Static General Knowledge by A.P. Bhardwaj and S. Chands Advanced Objective General Knowledge. These books are okay to start with if you are not someone with a newspaper reading habit from the past.