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    What percentage is required in M.Com to do LLM Course?

    Hi all sir/madam
    i am m.com passed.can i do llm as m.com percentege??????





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    neetu garg
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    Re: What percentage is required in M.Com to do LLM Course?

    ELIGIBILITY FOR LLB COURSE:

    Eligibility for Admission: A candidate will be eligible for admission to LL.B. class if he/she has completed BA/B.Sc/B.Com or any other bachelor's degree recognized by Lucknow University with 10+2+3 system and has secured not less than 45% marks at Graduate level. However, for SC/ST candidate minimum percentage of marks will be 40%.

    The maximum age for admission to LL.B. (3 years) is 30 years for Gen/OBC candidate.




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    Re: What percentage is required in M.Com to do LLM Course?

    no u cannot do llm after passing m.com . llm is done after doing llb 3year or 5 year . there is no criteria for doing llm after m.com . so there is no question arises for the percentage you got in m.com to do llm. first pf all you do llb then llb percentage is required for doing llm.

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    USHA SHARMA
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    Re: What percentage is required in M.Com to do LLM Course?

    To be eligible for admission to the 2-Year LL.M. Degree Programme, a candidate should have passed the LL.B. / B.L. Degree or an equivalent Degree from a recognized University with not less than 55% marks in the aggregate (50% in case of reserved Categories, i.e., S.C. / S.T. / Persons with Disability).

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    Re: What percentage is required in M.Com to do LLM Course?

    Eligibility Criteria

    The essential requirement for the candidates to apply for the Common Law Admission Test for LLM is to have a LLB or BA LLB graduation Certificate. If you are in general you should have passed their LLB with 55% marks in aggregate from any recognized University and if you are in SC/ST/OBC you need 50% marks. You should also have 50% marks in their Higher Secondary Examination. The minimum age limit of you for appearing the test is 20years. 2years age relaxation is provided if you are belong to other category.

    Important Dates (Tentative)

    Date of availability of application: From the Second Week of January, 2012

    Last Date for Submission of filled-in entrance examination application forms: First Week of April, 2012

    Issue of Hall Tickets to the candidates: From Second Week of April, 2012

    Date of CLAT LLM Exam: Mid Week of May, 2012

    Publication of result: Last Week of May, 2012

    Completion of admission process: Last Week of June, 2012

    Commencement of Classes: First Week of July, 2012

    Good luck.

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    jaishri
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    Re: What percentage is required in M.Com to do LLM Course?

    Important Dates (Tentative)

    Date of availability of application: From the Second Week of January, 2012

    Last Date for Submission of filled-in entrance examination application forms: First Week of April, 2012

    Issue of Hall Tickets to the candidates: From Second Week of April, 2012

    Date of CLAT LLM Exam: Mid Week of May, 2012

    Publication of result: Last Week of May, 2012

    Completion of admission process: Last Week of June, 2012

    Commencement of Classes: First Week of July, 2012

    List of CLAT LLM centers

    Chanakya National Law University, Patna (CNLU)
    Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow (RMLNLU)
    Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar (GNLU)
    Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur (HNLU)
    NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad (NALSAR)
    National Law Institute University, Bhopal (NLIU)
    National Law School of India University, Bangalore (NLSIU)
    National Law University, Jodhpur (NLU)
    National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi (NUALS)
    Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala (RGNUL).

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    Re: What percentage is required in M.Com to do LLM Course?

    Master of Law that is LLM is a postgraduate degree of duration two years .This is for those students who have completed their graduation .The LLM course is pursue by the students mainly to get a specialization a particular fields . This is done to understand their interested area deeply and gain specialized knowledge on that field .The different specialization which a LLB graduate's can do are ::

    Family law
    Taxation Law
    constitutional law
    and many more ...

    Eligibility for the LLM::

    The students must have completed his graduation in the LLB course only then he will be eligible for this course.
    There is no upper age limit for this course.

    So sorry to say since you have done the Mcom which means that you are not eligible for this course.But if you want to apply for this course then you have to first complete your LLB.

    The admission to this program is done through the entrance test. Most of the LLM entrance test carries 200 marks and duration of the examination is 2 hours . The questions asked are of objective types ,short answer type and essay type which are asked mainly from the::

    Constitutional Law & Legal Theory
    Criminal Law
    Family Law
    Law of Contracts
    Law of Torts

    Some of good colleges are ::

    Indian Law Institute
    Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat
    Army Institute of Law, Mohali
    Bharati Vidyapeeth’s New Law College
    Kerala Law Academy
    Christ University, School of Law

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    para
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    Re: What percentage is required in M.Com to do LLM Course?

    FRIEND,



    The entrance exam for the admission of candidates into the LLM course is CLAT(COMMON LAW ADMISSION TEST).

    THE ELIGIBILITY FOR CLAT FOR LLM IS:
    • You should have a LLB or BA LLB graduation Certificate with a minimum aggregate of 55% for general category.
    • For SC/ST/OBC candidates they should have at least 50% marks.
    • A candidate should also have 50% marks in his/her Higher Secondary Examination.
    • The minimum age limit of the candidates for appearing the test is 20years.
    • The age relaxation of 2years is given to the reserved category candidates.
    THE COLLEGES PARTICIPATING IN LLM COURSE ARE:

    * The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata (WBNUJS)
    * SOA National Institute of Law, Bhubaneswar
    * Siddhartha Law College, Dehradun
    * Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala (RGNUL)
    * National University of Study & Research in Law, Ranchi
    * National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi (NUALS)
    * National Law University, Jodhpur (NLU)
    * National Law School of India University, Bangalore (NLSIU)
    * National Law Institute University, Bhopal (NLIU)
    * NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad (NALSAR)
    * Lloyd Law College, Greater Noida
    * Jodhpur National University, Jodhpur
    * Institute of Law, Gujarat
    * Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur (HNLU)
    * Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar (GNLU)
    * Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow (RMLNLU)
    * Chanakya National Law University, Patna (CNLU)
    * Andhra Pradesh University of Law, Visakhapatnam

    Reference Books for CLAT LLM

    * Study Package for CLAT and LLB Entrance Examination By Bhardwaj
    * Study Package for CLAT & LLM Entrance Examinations by AP Bhardwaj
    * Practice Test Papers for CLAT By Auras Mehta
    * Practice Papers for CLAT Common Law Admission Test by Gaurav Mehta
    * LLM entrance exam guide by Asian books private ltd
    * Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning for the CLAT by A. P. Bhardwaj
    * Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning by Panel of Experts
    * Guide to Common Law Admission Test by Hema Raman
    * Comprehensive Book of English Grammar by Dr. B. B. Jain
    * Common Law Admission Test CLAT (Guide) by Rph Editorial Board
    * Common Law Admission Test by Lal and Mishra
    * Common Law Admission Test by HemaRaman
    * Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) Guide By Rph Editorial Board
    * CLAT by Mazumdar Rituparna
    * Coaching Centers for CLAT LLM
    * Zenith Point
    * T.I.M.E
    * Rachna A C A of Career Education
    * Piyush Law Academy
    * National Institutes of Advanced Learning
    * M.S. Coaching Center- Chennai
    * Jamboree Education Pvt. Ltd
    * IMS
    * GMAT Toppers
    * Gate Forum
    * Career Launcher:
    * Career Forum
    * Ambition Law Academy

    THE TEST WILL CONTAIN QUESTIONS FROM THESE SUBJECTS:

    * Constitutional Law
    * Criminal Law
    * Law of Contracts
    * Law of Torts
    * Legal Theory

    THE DETAILS ABOUT THE ADDRESS:

    * The Convenor, Common Law Admission Test, CLAT-LLM, The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata, Dr. Ambedkar Bhavan, 12 L.B. Block, Sector – III, Salt Lake City, Kolkata 700 098
    * Tele (033) 2335-0534/2335-7379/2335-0765
    * Fax (033) 2335-0511
    * Email: helpdesk@clat.ac.in
    * Website: www.clat.ac.in

    GOOD LUCK.

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    pradeepdeshwal3626
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    Re: What percentage is required in M.Com to do LLM Course?

    FRIEND,

    CLAT(COMMON LAW ADMISSION TEST) is the Entrance exam which should be cleared for pursing LLM course.


    THE ELIGIBILITY FOR CLAT FOR LLM IS:
    • You should have a LLB or BA LLB graduation Certificate with a minimum aggregate of 55% for general category.
    • For SC/ST/OBC candidates they should have at least 50% marks.
    • You must have scored 50% marks in his/her Higher Secondary Examination.
    • You should be of minimum 20 years to appear in the exam.
    • The age relaxation of 2years is given to the reserved category candidates.
    THE COLLEGES PARTICIPATING IN LLM COURSE ARE:

    * The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata (WBNUJS)
    * SOA National Institute of Law, Bhubaneswar
    * Siddhartha Law College, Dehradun
    * Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala (RGNUL)
    * National University of Study & Research in Law, Ranchi
    * National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi (NUALS)
    * National Law University, Jodhpur (NLU)
    * National Law School of India University, Bangalore (NLSIU)
    * National Law Institute University, Bhopal (NLIU)
    * NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad (NALSAR)
    * Lloyd Law College, Greater Noida
    * Jodhpur National University, Jodhpur
    * Institute of Law, Gujarat
    * Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur (HNLU)
    * Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar (GNLU)
    * Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow (RMLNLU)
    * Chanakya National Law University, Patna (CNLU)
    * Andhra Pradesh University of Law, Visakhapatnam

    Reference Books for CLAT LLM

    * Study Package for CLAT and LLB Entrance Examination By Bhardwaj
    * Study Package for CLAT & LLM Entrance Examinations by AP Bhardwaj
    * Practice Test Papers for CLAT By Auras Mehta
    * Practice Papers for CLAT Common Law Admission Test by Gaurav Mehta
    * LLM entrance exam guide by Asian books private ltd
    * Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning for the CLAT by A. P. Bhardwaj
    * Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning by Panel of Experts
    * Guide to Common Law Admission Test by Hema Raman
    * Comprehensive Book of English Grammar by Dr. B. B. Jain
    * Common Law Admission Test CLAT (Guide) by Rph Editorial Board
    * Common Law Admission Test by Lal and Mishra
    * Common Law Admission Test by HemaRaman
    * Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) Guide By Rph Editorial Board
    * CLAT by Mazumdar Rituparna
    * Coaching Centers for CLAT LLM
    * Zenith Point
    * T.I.M.E
    * Rachna A C A of Career Education
    * Piyush Law Academy
    * National Institutes of Advanced Learning
    * M.S. Coaching Center- Chennai
    * Jamboree Education Pvt. Ltd
    * IMS
    * GMAT Toppers
    * Gate Forum
    * Career Launcher:
    * Career Forum
    * Ambition Law Academy

    THE SUBJECTS IN CLAT ARE:

    1) Constitutional Law
    2)Criminal Law
    3)Law of Contracts
    4)Law of Torts
    5)Legal Theory

    GOOD LUCK.

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    BISWARUP
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    Re: What percentage is required in M.Com to do LLM Course?

    Dear friend,

    LLB course are two types one is three years duration another is five year duration.

    only BA,B.SC and B.COM student are eligible but you have must 40% in graduation.for Sc/ST candidate this marks is 35%.

    Best college for LLB course:-
    NLSIU, Bangalore
    Deptt of Laws, Punjab University, Chandigarh
    Bangalore Institute of Legal Studies, Bangalore
    School of Law, Gujarat University, Ahmedabad
    NALSAR, Hyderabad
    NLIU, Bhopal
    Faculty of Law, BHU, Banaras
    Symbiosis Law College, Pune
    Indian Law Society Law College, Pune
    Amity Law School, Delhi
    Faculty of Law, Chandigarh University
    Faculty of Law, DU, Delhi
    Government Law College, Mumbai

    Thanks

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    Re: What percentage is required in M.Com to do LLM Course?

    Important Dates (Tentative)

    Date of availability of application: From the Second Week of January, 2012

    Last Date for Submission of filled-in entrance examination application forms: First Week of April, 2012

    Issue of Hall Tickets to the candidates: From Second Week of April, 2012

    Date of CLAT LLM Exam: Mid Week of May, 2012

    Publication of result: Last Week of May, 2012

    Completion of admission process: Last Week of June, 2012

    Commencement of Classes: First Week of July, 2012

    List of CLAT LLM centers

      1. Chanakya National Law University, Patna (CNLU)
      2. Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow (RMLNLU)
      3. Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar (GNLU)
      4. Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur (HNLU)
      5. NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad (NALSAR)
      6. National Law Institute University, Bhopal (NLIU)
      7. National Law School of India University, Bangalore (NLSIU)
      8. National Law University, Jodhpur (NLU)
      9. National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi (NUALS)
      10. Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala (RGNUL).

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    jaffa
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    Re: What percentage is required in M.Com to do LLM Course?

    Eligibility Criteria:-

    The essential requirement for the candidates to apply for the Common Law Admission Test for LLM is to have a LLB or BA LLB graduation Certificate. If you are in general you should have passed their LLB with 55% marks in aggregate from any recognized University and if you are in SC/ST/OBC you need 50% marks. You should also have 50% marks in their Higher Secondary Examination. The minimum age limit of you for appearing the test is 20years. 2years age relaxation is provided if you are belong to other category.

    Important Dates (Tentative)
    1. Date of availability of application: From the Second Week of January, 2012
    2. Last Date for Submission of filled-in entrance examination application forms: First Week of April, 2012
    3. Issue of Hall Tickets to the candidates: From Second Week of April, 2012
    4. Date of CLAT LLM Exam: Mid Week of May, 2012
    5. Publication of result: Last Week of May, 2012
    6. Completion of admission process: Last Week of June, 2012
    7. Commencement of Classes: First Week of July, 2012
    Good luck.

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    Re: What percentage is required in M.Com to do LLM Course?


    THE ELIGIBILITY FOR CLAT FOR LLM IS:
    You should have a LLB or BA LLB graduation Certificate with a minimum aggregate of 55% for general category.
    For SC/ST/OBC candidates they should have at least 50% marks.
    You must have scored 50% marks in his/her Higher Secondary Examination.
    You should be of minimum 20 years to appear in the exam.
    The age relaxation of 2years is given to the reserved category candidates.

    THE COLLEGES PARTICIPATING IN LLM COURSE ARE:

    * The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata (WBNUJS)
    * SOA National Institute of Law, Bhubaneswar
    * Siddhartha Law College, Dehradun
    * Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala (RGNUL)
    * National University of Study & Research in Law, Ranchi
    * National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi (NUALS)
    * National Law University, Jodhpur (NLU)
    * National Law School of India University, Bangalore (NLSIU)
    * National Law Institute University, Bhopal (NLIU)
    * NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad (NALSAR)
    * Lloyd Law College, Greater Noida
    * Jodhpur National University, Jodhpur
    * Institute of Law, Gujarat
    * Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur (HNLU)
    * Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar (GNLU)
    * Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow (RMLNLU)
    * Chanakya National Law University, Patna (CNLU)
    * Andhra Pradesh University of Law, Visakhapatnam

    Reference Books for CLAT LLM

    * Study Package for CLAT and LLB Entrance Examination By Bhardwaj
    * Study Package for CLAT & LLM Entrance Examinations by AP Bhardwaj
    * Practice Test Papers for CLAT By Auras Mehta
    * Practice Papers for CLAT Common Law Admission Test by Gaurav Mehta
    * LLM entrance exam guide by Asian books private ltd
    * Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning for the CLAT by A. P. Bhardwaj
    * Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning by Panel of Experts
    * Guide to Common Law Admission Test by Hema Raman
    * Comprehensive Book of English Grammar by Dr. B. B. Jain
    * Common Law Admission Test CLAT (Guide) by Rph Editorial Board
    * Common Law Admission Test by Lal and Mishra
    * Common Law Admission Test by HemaRaman
    * Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) Guide By Rph Editorial Board
    * CLAT by Mazumdar Rituparna
    * Coaching Centers for CLAT LLM
    * Zenith Point
    * T.I.M.E
    * Rachna A C A of Career Education
    * Piyush Law Academy
    * National Institutes of Advanced Learning
    * M.S. Coaching Center- Chennai
    * Jamboree Education Pvt. Ltd
    * IMS
    * GMAT Toppers
    * Gate Forum
    * Career Launcher:
    * Career Forum
    * Ambition Law Academy

    THE SUBJECTS IN CLAT ARE:

    1) Constitutional Law
    2)Criminal Law
    3)Law of Contracts
    4)Law of Torts
    5)Legal Theory

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    Re: What percentage is required in M.Com to do LLM Course?

    The essential requirement for the candidates to apply for the Common Law Admission Test for LLM is to have a LLB or BA LLB graduation Certificate. If you are in general you should have passed their LLB with 55% marks in aggregate from any recognized University and if you are in SC/ST/OBC you need 50% marks. You should also have 50% marks in their Higher Secondary Examination. The minimum age limit of you for appearing the test is 20years. 2years age relaxation is provided if you are belong to other category.

    Important Dates (Tentative)

    Date of availability of application: From the Second Week of January, 2012

    Last Date for Submission of filled-in entrance examination application forms: First Week of April, 2012

    Issue of Hall Tickets to the candidates: From Second Week of April, 2012

    Date of CLAT LLM Exam: Mid Week of May, 2012

    Publication of result: Last Week of May, 2012

    Completion of admission process: Last Week of June, 2012

    Commencement of Classes: First Week of July, 2012

    Good luck.

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    Re: What percentage is required in M.Com to do LLM Course?

    Eligibility Criteria:-

    The essential requirement for the candidates to apply for the Common Law Admission Test for LLM is to have a LLB or BA LLB graduation Certificate. If you are in general you should have passed their LLB with 55% marks in aggregate from any recognized University and if you are in SC/ST/OBC you need 50% marks. You should also have 50% marks in their Higher Secondary Examination. The minimum age limit of you for appearing the test is 20years. 2years age relaxation is provided if you are belong to other category.

    Important Dates (Tentative)
    1. Date of availability of application: From the Second Week of January, 2012
    2. Last Date for Submission of filled-in entrance examination application forms: First Week of April, 2012
    3. Issue of Hall Tickets to the candidates: From Second Week of April, 2012
    4. Date of CLAT LLM Exam: Mid Week of May, 2012
    5. Publication of result: Last Week of May, 2012
    6. Completion of admission process: Last Week of June, 2012
    7. Commencement of Classes: First Week of July, 2012
    Good luck.

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    Re: What percentage is required in M.Com to do LLM Course?

    The minimum age limit of you for appearing the test is 20years. 2years age relaxation is provided if you are belong to other category.

    Important Dates (Tentative)
    Date of availability of application: From the Second Week of January, 2012
    Last Date for Submission of filled-in entrance examination application forms: First Week of April, 2012
    Issue of Hall Tickets to the candidates: From Second Week of April, 2012
    Date of CLAT LLM Exam: Mid Week of May, 2012
    Publication of result: Last Week of May, 2012
    Completion of admission process: Last Week of June, 2012
    Commencement of Classes: First Week of

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    Re: What percentage is required in M.Com to do LLM Course?

    Issue of Hall Tickets to the candidates: From Second Week of April, 2012
    Date of CLAT LLM Exam: Mid Week of May, 2012
    Publication of result: Last Week of May, 2012
    Completion of admission process: Last Week of June, 2012
    Commencement of Classes: First Week of July, 2012
    List of CLAT LLM centers
    Chanakya National Law University, Patna (CNLU)
    Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow (RMLNLU)
    Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar (GNLU)
    Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur (HNLU)
    NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad (NALSAR)
    National Law Institute University, Bhopal (NLIU)
    National Law School of India University, Bangalore (NLSIU)

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    Re: What percentage is required in M.Com to do LLM Course?

    Dear,LLB course are two types one is three years duration another is five year duration.

    only BA,B.SC and B.COM student are eligible but you have must 40% in graduation.for Sc/ST candidate this marks is 35%.

    Best college for LLB course:-
    NLSIU, Bangalore
    Deptt of Laws, Punjab University, Chandigarh
    Bangalore Institute of Legal Studies, Bangalore
    School of Law, Gujarat University, Ahmedabad
    NALSAR, Hyderabad
    NLIU, Bhopal
    Faculty of Law, BHU, Banaras
    Symbiosis Law College, Pune
    Indian Law Society Law College, Pune
    Amity Law School, Delhi
    Faculty of Law, Chandigarh University

    Important Dates (Tentative)

    Date of availability of application: From the Second Week of January, 2012

    Last Date for Submission of filled-in entrance examination application forms: First Week of April, 2012

    Issue of Hall Tickets to the candidates: From Second Week of April, 2012

    Date of CLAT LLM Exam: Mid Week of May, 2012

    Publication of result: Last Week of May, 2012

    Completion of admission process: Last Week of June, 2012

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    Re: What percentage is required in M.Com to do LLM Course?

    i'm commerce graduate with 40% now i want to do llb but i cant get admission in llb due to low percentage so i havq question that could i start llb after securing 50% in M.Com... should i eligible for llb on bases on Mcom......reply me on my Email id :bhaveshforpu@gmail.com......reply fast

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