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  • 3rd October 2012 07:47 PM
    maximum

    Re: What are the required qualifications for 3 yrs LLB (law) course?

    HI,

    These are some of the required qualifications for 3 yrs LLB (law) course-------------

    1/The candidate must be graduate from recognised university
    2/You should have graduate like-B.Com, B.Sc , B.A
    3/The minimium 50%required in genral catagories
    4/For 45% of sc/st catagories
    5/Age should be 20 years or above.

    Best of luck for your future....
  • 2nd October 2012 07:55 PM
    ZGP

    Re: What are the required qualifications for 3 yrs LLB (law) course?

    Dear Friend!
    The three year LLB course is a perfect choice for people who have completed their graduation in any stream and want to pursue their studies in Law.

    Cut off for marks is different for different universities. 40% is I guess less unless you belong to SC or ST category.

    Eligibility is as follows for Delhi University:
    1. Graduate / Post Graduate degree with 50% marks.
    2. Age should be 20 years or above

    Eligibility is as follows for Banaras Hindu University:
    1. Graduate / Post Graduate degree with 45% marks.

    For Government Law coll Mumbai:
    1. A minimum of 45% marks (40% for SC/ST) in the HSC ( 10+2) exam

    Hope this helps you.
  • 1st October 2012 08:56 PM
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    What are the required qualifications for 3 yrs LLB (law) course?

    maximum qulification for 3 year law law 3 year
    i am a general student & i have a graduction degree 40% mark so iam eligable for 3 year law / if i will take postgraduction dgree so can i eligable for 3 year law



    nitin chauhan
    bhopal

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