Panjab University (PU) BA LLB 2016 Entrance Exam was conducted by Panjab University, Chandigarh on April 24 in different exam centres of Chandigarh city. The law entrance exam was conducted for as many as 387 seats for five-year integrated undergraduate programmes offered in three institutions affiliated to the University.

PU BA LLB 2016 Entrance Exam was conducted for a total of 90 minutes, in which as many as 100 questions from four sections namely– General Knowledge & Current Affairs, Aptitude for Law, Mental Ability and Proficiency in English Language were asked. While, General Knowledge & Current Affairs comprised majority of the questions, i.e., 60, Legal Aptitude section comprised 20 questions and Mental Ability and English Language sections had as many as 10 questions each. Check here for more details on PU BA LLB 2016 Exam Pattern.


The questions in the exam were given in three languages – English, Hindi and Punjabi except for those in English Language section.

The candidates appearing in PU BA LLB 2016 Exam were required to answer the questions in the provided OMR Answer-sheets only.

The BA LLB Entrance Exam as conducted by Panjab University had negative marking policy, following which 1/4th marks allotted to the question would be deducted for any wrong answer. Responding a question with more than one option would also be liable for negative marking. For each correct answer, one mark would be awarded.

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The candidates were also required to hand over the OMR Answer Sheet as well as PU BA LLB 2016 Question Paper to the examination authorities before leaving their examination hall; else their candidature might get cancelled.

It is hereby informed by the Panjab University that the answers only marked on PU BA LLB 2016 OMR Answer Sheet will be evaluated. The University will not be releasing any answer sheet or a part thereof. The results of PU BA LLB 2016 will be declared between May 6 and May 10, 2016.

The University shall also be announcing a merit-cum-rank list of PU BA LLB 2016 mentioning the names, scores and rank of candidates who have qualified the law BA LLB Entrance Exam of Panjab University.

The minimum cut off marks to qualify PU BA LLB 2016 Exam is 15% of the total allotted marks, i.e. 15 marks for General candidates and 10 marks for the reserved categories (SC/ST).

The University announces that there shall be no re-evaluation/ re-checking / re-assessment of OMR Answer Sheet of PU BA LLB 2016 Exam under any circumstances. The University will neither entertain any query related to request for checking the question booklet or the answer sheet of any candidate.

However, if any candidate is dis-satisfied with his/her results as announced by the University can deposit an amount of Rs. 10000 to the University office and the University shall verify the answers within 10 days of declaration of results. The candidate shall be provided a photocopy of his/her answer sheet on the remittance of the fees. The University thereafter shall verify the answers in three working days and in case any discrepancy is found in the result of the candidate, the same shall be accordingly revised and the verification fee will be refunded.

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which best book for preparation for entrance test of BA LLB PU Chandigarh

Shivani Chaudhary 22nd May, 2020

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

•Pratiyogita Darpan

•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.

Yash Dev Student Expert 15th May, 2020

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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if I fill my board name wrong in application form

Sairaj Dixit 13th May, 2020


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?

Priyaanka Sarkar Student Expert 3rd May, 2020

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.


is pu private or government university

Arshi Ahmed 30th Apr, 2020

hello i think you are asking about punjab  university situated in chandigarh was is affiliated by NAAC and was established on 14th october,1882 .yes it is a public university.

hope this helps!

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