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    Am I eligible for 3 years LLB course after passing B.Com(General) with 66.6%?

    hi, this is Ananya... am i eligible for 3 years llb as i passed out bcom without honours (general) with 66.6% marks?

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    Join Date
    May 2011

    Re: Am I eligible for 3 years LLB course after passing B.Com(General) with 66.6%?

    Yes, you stand a fair chance to appear for the LLB entrance.

    Bachelor of Laws (LLB) is a 3 years (% years in some universities) course, which is pursued after graduation in any stream.

    The 5 years law course is known as BALLB.

    Various colleges like Government Law College of Mumbai, allow even the +2 pass-outs to appear for the course.

    The graduation percentage are not specifically demanded, but different colleges ask for different percentage requirement.

    For example;
    *Delhi University (Faculty of Law) accepts candidature of graduate/post graduate students with 50% of marks.

    *Banaras Hindu University (Varanasi) accepts graduate and Post graduate students with 45% of marks.

    *Balaji Law College accepts graduates in any stream with 45% of marks.

    *ILS Law College, Pune, accepts graduates with a minimum of 40% of marks.

    Thus, there are many such colleges with their specific percentage requirements.

    Thus, as your percentage is 66.66, you can apply to the colleges accordingly.

    All the best!!!

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    Join Date
    Oct 2011
    Hyderabad , A.P

    Re: Am I eligible for 3 years LLB course after passing B.Com(General) with 66.6%?

    LLB course which is actually 3 years law course which is a bachelors course of law for which all the graduates from different streams are eligible to get admissions.

    So by this you are also eligible after completing you B.Tech and also MBA.

    there are various entry schemes for this course.

    In the course of LLB(Bachelors of Law) the students will get trained under different categories for example like about Indian Penal Code and other law aspects .

    At the end of this law course they will be given a chance to select the stream or specialization like Civil or Crime or Law and order .

    According to their choice they will be given a certificate to practice law.

    They can do practice individually or under a senior lawyer.

    Okay I have said you the details about the course but I also need to tell you about the best colleges which are offering this course.

    Here is the list of Institutes which are offering this course.

    Have a look upon it.

    ->Government Autonomous PG College Datia,

    ->Vivekananda College of law

    ->Teju Singh Memorial Law college.

    ->Swami Keshwanand Vidhi Mahavidyalaya.

    ->Siddi Vinayaka College of law.

    ->Ravindra Nath Tagore Law college.

    ->Moradabad College of Law.

    ->Manu Law college.

    good luck . . .

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    Rahul k
    Join Date
    May 2011

    Re: Am I eligible for 3 years LLB course after passing B.Com(General) with 66.6%?

    LLB stands for Bachelor in Law and to apply for this course you have to complete your 12Th examination or Graduate degree course in any discipline from a recognised university with minimum 50% Marks. If you have completed your Graduation in B.com, then you are eligible for LLB Course, But the admission in this course in top colleges is based on CLAT Entrance examination.

    CLAT stands for Common Law Admission Test and it is an all India entrance examination conducted by 14 National Law Schools/Universities for admissions to their under-graduate and post graduate degree programmes LL.B & LL.M. But for this year examination notification was already published and the last date of apply for this examination was already over. The examination is going to be held soon on 13/May/2012.

    If you have missed to apply for CLAT Examination, then please apply for University Entrance examination, Many University will conducts his own entrance examination for the admission in LLB, The admission is based on entrance examination, If you cracked the written examination then you will get seat in LLB Course.

    If you have completed your Graduate degree course with minimum 50% Marks, then you are eligible for LLB, and you have scored good marks in your graduation, so you are eligible for LLB.

    If you want to take admission in top Law colleges, then you have to cracked the CLAT Examination.

    If you have passed your Graduation in Next year then you have to wait for next year CLAT Examination.

    If you want to get more information, then please check official website of CLAT Examination :


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