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  • 22nd July 2013 03:48 PM
    360 Education

    Re: What is the procedure for admission into law college?

    Dear friend,

    CLAT Exam is conducted for admission to LLB & LLM Courses in Top Law Colleges of India.

    ELIGIBILITY

    Eligibility for UG Courses

    If you have completed your 10+2 with 45% marks or above in any stream, then you can appear for CLAT Exam for joining any UG Course.

    5% relaxation of marks is provided to SC/ST Candidates.

    Age of the Candidate must be below 20 years on 1st July 2013.

    2 years relaxation in age is provided to SC/ST Candidates.

    But if you have done Graduation, and you wish to join PG course.

    Eligibility for PG Courses

    Then, you must have at least 55% marks in LL. B/B. L. Degree from a recognized University.

    5% relaxation of marks is provided to SC/ST Candidates.

    Sale of Application Forms

    Application Forms of CLAT 2013 Exam are available at the Designated Branches of SBI.

    Cost of Application Form is Rs.3000 and for SC/ST it is Rs.2500.

    For purchasing Application Forms, fees can be paid through Challan by filling Challan form.

    You can apply for CLAT 2013 Online also through this site: http://www.clat.ac.in

    Pattern for LLB course through CLAT Exam:-

    Total Marks for CLAT:200 marks, Total Questions:200

    1). English including Comprehension (40 Marks)
    2). General Knowledge/Current affairs (50 Marks)
    3). Elementary Mathematics (20 Marks)
    4). Legal Awareness (45 Marks)
    5). Reasoning (45 Marks)

    Pattern for LLM course through CLAT Exam:-

  • 22nd July 2013 12:36 PM
    Unregistered

    What is the procedure for admission into law college?

    hello
    i want admission in law
    pls give me my question answer

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