CLAT / LL.B. ENTRANCE EXAM – What you need to crack the Exam
Ambition Law Institute provides CLAT Entrance Exam Coaching in Mukherjee Nagar. Cracking CLAT exam is a highly cherished dream for most budding lawyers. It is pursued by many but achieved by a very exclusive group of people. One thing that this group of people has in common is that they redefine hard work and diligence as most people know it. Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is the most coveted of all the law entrances in India after Class XII for the students who want to establish their career in legal profession.
CLAT journey started in 2008 and today more than 45,000 students write the entrance every year to secure a seat in one of the participating National Law University including NLSIU Bangalore-the Harvard of the East.
CLAT is conducted every year to select students for 21 National Law Universities in India, other than National Law University-Delhi, which has their own process to select the students.
What is the CLAT Exam?
CLAT or Common Law Admission Test is a centralized exam conducted every year for law entrance admissions to 22 National Law Universities (NLUs). The CLAT entrance exam is generally conducted on the second Sunday of May for students vying to get into the coveted integrated five year law undergraduate course at the National Law Universities (NLUs).
In terms of the Exam Pattern, the CLAT Exam contains 5 broad sections namely: English, General Knowledge and Current Affairs, Elementary Maths, Legal Aptitude and, Logical Reasoning. The candidates will have 120 minutes to solve 150 questions distributed across the 5 sections.
CLAT 2020 is a national level entrance exam for admissions to candidates in undergraduate (UG) and postgraduate (PG) law courses offered at 22 NLUs and several other colleges/ universities.
CLAT is held by the Consortium of National Law Universities headed by NLSIU. The CLAT 2020 Exam has been postponed until further notice. The exam is held for admissions in UG and PG programs offered by the National Law Universities.
Being the leader in Law entrance preparation, Ambition Law Institute experts will bring to you live updates on CLAT 2020 in terms of the CLAT Preparation in the run-up to the CLAT Exam. On the day of the CLAT Exam, you will get insights about the CLAT 2020 Paper from our experts on this page. Register yourself and get access to full details of CLAT 2020, including exam schedule, the application process, syllabus, etc.
CLAT Eligibility Criteria:
The eligibility criteria for CLAT 2020 are primarily based on two factors:
CLAT Educational Qualification:
Any candidate who has completed 10+2 or equivalent examination is eligible to apply for CLAT 2020 Exam. Minimum marks required for different categories are listed below:
Note: Candidates appearing for their Class 12th examination in March/ April 2020 are also eligible for CLAT 2020 Exam. Such candidates need to give evidence of passing their Class 12th exam at the time of admission. Candidates who fail to fulfill this will lose their right for admission through the CLAT exam.
CLAT Age Limit: There is no upper age limit to apply for CLAT 2020 Exam.
The ultimate objective of each candidate in the CLAT 2020 Exam is to get into the best law college available. Therefore the CLAT 2020 Colleges take utmost importance.
The following National Law Universities (NLUs) (along with intake) accept CLAT scores to admit students to their five-year LLB programs every year:
|National Law School of India University||Bangalore||80|
|NALSAR University of Law||Hyderabad||120|
|National Law Institute University||Bhopal||128|
|WB National University of Juridical Sciences||Kolkata||133|
|National Law University||Jodhpur||115|
|Hidayatullah National Law University||Raipur||187|
|Gujarat National Law University||Gandhinagar||187|
|Ram Manohar Lohia National Law University||Lucknow||178|
|Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law||Patiala||196|
|Chankaya National Law University||Patna||140|
|National University of Advanced Legal Studies||Kochi||68|
|National Law University Odisha||Cuttack||180|
|National University of Study and Research in Law||Ranchi||120|
|National Law University and Judicial Academy||Guwahati||60|
|DamodaramSanjivayya National Law University||Vishakhapatnam||120|
|Tamil Nadu National Law School||Tirruchirappalli||120|
|Maharashtra National Law University||Mumbai||60|
|Maharashtra National Law University||Nagpur||60|
|Maharashtra National Law University||Aurangabad||60|
|Dharmashastra National Law University||Jabalpur||120|
|Himachal Pradesh National Law University||Shimla||120|
|Dr. B.R. Ambedkar National Law University||Sonipat||120|
*Please Note: Intake includes all categories and special seats.
Other Colleges accepting CLAT Scores
The NLUs is not the end of the world in terms of the law colleges. Several other colleges accept the CLAT 2020 score for their law programs. Some of the other colleges and universities that accept the CLAT 2020 Score are mentioned below:
CLAT Score is also accepted by other law schools like –
CLAT 2020 Exam Pattern
The CLAT exam is a test of one’s aptitude and reasoning abilities. It comprises of five sections namely: Verbal Ability, Quantitative Aptitude, Logical Reasoning, General Knowledge, and Legal Aptitude.
Each question carries 1 mark and for every incorrect attempt, 0.25 marks will be deducted.
|English Language||28-32 (20% of the paper)|
|Quantitative Aptitude||13-17 (10% of the paper)|
|Logical Reasoning||28-32 (20% of the paper)|
|General Awareness||35-39 (25% of the paper)|
|Legal Aptitude||35-39 (25% of the paper)|
|Total Time (min)||120|
|Negative Marking||0.25 marks for each wrong answer|
CLAT 2020 Online exam
CLAT 2020 will use a “Social Distanced Computer Based Testing” model which will enable a rapid restart of assessments with due compliance to social distancing norms and other key precautions to be taken to ensure prevention of virus spread.
CLAT 2020 Syllabus
CLAT 2020 shall be conducted in offline mode where the paper will have 150 questions from five different subjects including English (Comprehension), General Knowledge & Current Affairs, Elementary Mathematics (Numerical Ability), Legal Aptitude and Logical Reasoning. Scope and coverage of questions under different subject areas:
English language: English section will test the candidates’ proficiency in English based on comprehension passages. Students will be given passages of about 450 words each and such passages could be fiction/ non-fiction, contemporary/historical, etc. Candidates will be questioned on their understanding of the passage and its central theme, meanings of words used therein, etc. The inference would be key here, candidates will have to comprehend the main idea discussed in the passage including any counter-arguments used in the passage.
Current Affairs including General Knowledge: This section would again consist of passages instead of direct questions that were asked earlier. The passages would again be of 450 words each and the same would be derived from news, journals, etc. Questions based on such passages would be asked. Such a question can cover static portion as well, candidates are therefore advised not to forgo the static portion entirely. Reading Newspapers daily, specifically, articles containing any Bill or Judgments or legal information should help in preparing for this section.
Quantitative Aptitude: The Quantitative Technique or Maths section will include short sets of facts or propositions, graphs, or other textual, pictorial or diagrammatic representations of numerical information, followed by a series of questions. The questions will be in the form of Data Interpretation i.e. candidates would be required to infer information from the given passage and answer accordingly.
Legal Reasoning: This section will test the candidate’s interest in the study of law, research aptitude, and problem-solving ability. Questions would again be based on passages relating to facts or scenarios involving legal matters. The passage would contain certain rules and principles which should be identified and accordingly applied to the questions. The passages would be approximately 450 words each.
Logical Reasoning: The purpose of the logical reasoning section is to test the candidate’s ability to identify patterns, logical links, and rectify illogical arguments. The questions would be based on the passage of 300 words.
How to prepare for CLAT?
It is never easy to form a perfect strategy for CLAT exam. Unwavering determination, perseverance and enthusiasm to succeed stems from within but these do not quite matter unless it is supplemented with proper guidance, mentoring and support. Even though there is no substitute for hard work, one needs to employ effective strategies that improve preparation. This is where coaching classes come into the picture. Coaching classes make use of an extensive, elaborate and highly effectual tried-and-tested system that is a proven formula for success. Strategizing, proportionate resource allocation and time management are some of the skills that coaching classes help boost. Have a look at these CLAT preparation strategy videos brought to you by Ambition Law Institute – experts to help you crack CLAT exam.
A good CLAT Coaching should provide you with a detailed study plan that helps you chart out your path towards your goal. Even if you do not take up a CLAT coaching at a coaching institute like
Ambition Law Institute, it is important for you to have that CLAT coaching study plan in order to independently prepare for CLAT at home.
Therefore, we bring to you the recipe of our students’ success. That is our CLAT Coaching Study Plans. These are the study plans that have stood the test of time and have been used by many students who either took our CLAT coaching programs or the ones who chose to study themselves without taking up any CLAT coaching.
Law: A Beginner’s Guide
Law is defined as “the system of rules, which a particular country or community recognizes as regulating the actions of its members; and which it may enforce by the imposition of penalties”. Study of law deals with the values, practices, and institutions of law and legality. Today, the study is interdisciplinary; and the curriculum is designed to help understand how law has shaped and evolved; and what all factors (political, economic, cultural) have influenced the same.
Earlier, law courses were a three-year program one could pursue after graduation. However, with the introduction of the five-year integrated programs in law- after the establishment of the National Law School of India University (NLSIU) at Bengaluru- the way in which law was taught in the country change. Alongside, there was a change in scope for many.
Today, young law graduates are seen not only walking the corridors of courts but also advising corporates on day-to-day functions, donning the hat of legal correspondents, and much more.
Career Avenues for Law Graduates:
Gone are the days when law graduates would be holding case files for a senior lawyer, while slogging 12-13 hours a day, learning the trade. The current crop of law graduates are not only counseling corporates on complex issues, but are also occupying offices of the government (Legislature, Executive, and Judiciary). A degree in law opens the door to wide variety of careers.
Litigation is the traditional career path for most law graduates. Considered to be a high-risk, high-reward area by many, litigation to most sounds an alarm bell. The reason is fairly simple: it takes years to be an established lawyer, and the start is not often financially rewarding. But, with determination and patience, one can attain heights.
With prolonged economic slowdown, and shrinking profits, corporates are now getting more and more combative; and are taking every step necessary to protect their interests. As a result, legal recourse is on the rise; creating more and more opportunities for young graduates.
Be it working in swanky law firms, or matching the steps with corporate managers, lawyers today have created a niche in the business world. From counseling clients, to drafting & vetting of contracts, or advising on mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, a young lawyer is very much an integral part of the business world.
One of the most respected professions in the country, judiciary offers an opportunity to work for justice. A law graduate can appear for the Judicial Services Exam conducted by states; and upon qualifying, become Judicial Magistrates. One can also opt for the position of Judicial Clerkship in courts.
Be it State Civil Services or Union Civil Services; law graduates have a definite advantage. The evolved exam structure, which tests the knowledge of Indian Polity, gives them an edge. No wonder then, the number of law graduates cracking these exams is on the rise.
The Judge Advocate General (JAG) Department is the legal department of the three services: Army, Navy, and Air Force. The Judge Advocate’s primary role is to deliver independent, operationally-focused, solution-oriented legal advice and services across the full spectrum of respective laws.
Academia: The ever-rising number of law schools is providing opportunities for young law graduates to pursue their area of interest in teaching.
Non-Governmental Organizations: Law graduates are equally equipped to handle social work, as they are aware of the legal rights of all social strata. They have the option of working with NGOs, National Human Rights Commission, National Commission for Women, etc.
Legal Process Outsourcing: LPOs include a vast range of services, such as, research, drafting, vetting, etc. With India continuing to be a major player in the world of outsourcing, LPOs are avenues for high-paying jobs.
Note: This is not an exhaustive list. A degree is law can open a lot many doors of career opportunities.
Law: General Perceptions vs Ground Realities
Law is most sought after by students of Humanities
More than 40% of law school aspirants are from Science background. In fact, 60% of the NLSIU batch of 2013-18 comprised Science students.
Perception: Study of law is mostly preferred by male students.
Reality: Like other avenues, even law has witnessed a considerable shift. Today, in many law schools, you will find an equal male-female ratio. To ensure a good mix, many law schools, including some of the top National Law Universities, have reserved 30% of their seats for female aspirants.
Best Law Schools:
While new law schools are being established almost every year, some of these stand out from the crowd. Currently, there are 22 operational National Law Universities, along with some good private colleges, like Jindal Global Law School, Symbiosis Law Schools, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, etc., as well as government colleges, like GLC Mumbai, ILS Pune, etc.
Students from the top law schools do not need to go job hunting. Instead, opportunities come looking for them. Every year, the best law firms in the country, not to mention top corporate houses, set placement targets for their HR teams to ensure they do not miss out on the best talents in the country.
So, prepare well for law entrance exams; and ensure you get through to a good law school.
GGSIPU will now admit candidates into its undergraduate law programmes on the basis of CLAT scores as IPU CET law 2019 has been scrapped. The university will release the list of the participating institutes along with the release of IPU CET Law 2019 application form. The university has a total of 11 affiliated IPU CET Law participating institutes 2019 offering the undergraduate law programmes. IPU CET Law 2019 offers the five year integrated course including BALL.B. and BBA LL.B. for the candidates who are aspiring for a career in law programme.
University School of Law and Legal Studies – BALL.B., BBA LL.B.
Amity Law School – BALL.B.
BLS Institute of Technology Management – BBA LL.B.
Chanderprabhu Jain College of Higher Studies – BALL.B., BALL.B.
Delhi Institute of Rural Development – BALL.B.
Delhi Metropolitan Education – BALL.B., BBA LL.B.
Fairfield Institute of Management & Technology – BALL.B., BBA LL.B.
Ideal Institute of Management and Technology – BALL.B.
Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies – BALL.B., BBA LL.B.
JIMS Engineering Management Technical Campus – BALL.B.,BBA LL.B.
Shri Krishna College of Education – BALL.B.
The National Law University Delhi, established in 2008 by Act No. 1 of 2008 of Delhi is a premier Law University in the capital city of India. The University invites online applications for admission to B.A.LL.B.(Hons.), LL.M. and Ph.D. Programmes for the Academic Year 2022-23.
B.A.LL.B. (HONS.) [FIVE-YEAR PROGRAMME]
Eligibility: Senior Secondary School Examination (10+2 system) or an equivalent examination with 45% marks (40% in case of SC/ST/Persons with Disabilities). Candidates appearing for the 12th standard annual examination in 2022 are eligible to apply.
Total Seats: 110+10 (110 seats on AILET merit; 5 seats each for Foreign Nationals and OCI/PIO for direct admission on merit). Foreign Nationals/OCI/PIO are exempted from AILET, but should have 65% marks in the qualifying examination.
Additional Supernumerary Seats: One seat for Kashmiri Migrants and two seats for residents of Jammu & Kashmir.
AILET-2022 will be conducted at the following cities: Bengaluru, Bhopal, Chandigarh, Chennai, Cochin, Cuttack, Dehradun, Delhi, Gandhinagar, Greater Noida, Gurugram, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Jammu, Jodhpur, Kolkata, Lucknow, Mumbai, Nagpur, Patna, Raipur, Varanasi and Visakhapatnam.
AILET 2022 Updated Exam Pattern
National Law University Delhi has published the revised syllabus for All India Law Entrance Test (AILET). Candidates who want to take AILET 2022 are advised to go through the complete syllabus before starting their preparation. Also, there will be no math’s section for BA LL.B. (Duration of the Examination 1hour 30 minutes) (Marking Scheme: +1/-0.25)
|B||Current Affairs & General Knowledge||30||30|
The LSAT-India is a test of reasoning and reading skills, not a test to see whether you happened to have memorized the right facts or equations. The theory behind the LSAT-India is democratic and inclusive. It holds that students acquire critical thinking skills over their educational lifetimes, and that these skills are the most important for the study of law. Good critical thinking skills may be acquired in virtually any educational programme anywhere so long as it is rigorous and of high quality. Thus, no training in any specific field or set of fields is required to do well on the LSAT-India. The test rewards candidates with generalised abilities adaptable to a variety of circumstances.
Law School Admission Test (LSAT) – India is an entrance exam conducted by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) for admissions to undergraduate and postgraduate law courses. The test is conducted to shortlist law aspirants for admission in undergraduate and postgraduate level courses offered at various law colleges in India.
|Exam Name||Law School Admission Test – India|
|Exam Frequency||Twice a year|
|Exam Mode||Online proctored|
|Exam Duration||2 hours 20 minutes|
|Accepting Colleges||85 colleges|
For appearing in the law entrance exam, LSAC has not mentioned any specific eligibility criteria, however, candidates should fulfill the eligibility criteria for UG and PG law courses offered at the accepting law colleges as under:
|Five-year integrated LL.B. course||Candidates should have cleared Class 12 or equivalent exam|
|Three-year LL.B. course||Candidates holding a bachelor degree in any stream from a recognised university/ college|
|LL.M.||Candidates holding a degree in law i.e. LL.B. degree from a recognised university/ college|
Candidates appearing for LSAT must know about the colleges that will accept the LSAT scores. There are various participating institutes all over India that accept LSAT scores. Candidates can choose which the most appropriate college for them by checking the list of institutes accepting LSAT 2021 scores.
Yale Law School
Harvard Law School
University of Chicago
University of Toronto
University of British Columbia
Osgoode Hall Law School
University of Windsor
A number of colleges will be giving admission through LSAT this year. Below mentioned are names of these LSAT participating colleges.
|Altius Institute of Universal Studies||Indore|
|IMS Unison University||Dehradun|
|Nims School of Law, Nims University||Jaipur|
|B. M. S. College of Law||Bangalore|
|Institute of Law and Research||Faridabad|
|NIMT Institute of Method & Law||Delhi|
|B.N. Law College||Udaipur|
|Jayoti Vidyapeeth Women’s University||Jaipur|
|B.S. Anangpuria Institute of Law||Faridabad|
|Jagan Nath University, Law Faculty||Jaipur|
|Sardar Patel Subharti Institute of Law||Meerut|
|Chanakya Law College||Rudrapur|
|Jai Hind Defence College of Law||Bhopal|
|Sri Vaishnav Institute of Law||Indore|
|Dr. Anushka Vidhi Mahavidyalaya||Udaipur|
|K.L.E. Society’s B. V. Bellad Law College||Belgaum|
|Siddhartha Law College||Dehradun|
|Durgapur Institute of Legal Studies||Durgapur|
|K.L.E. Society’s Gurusiddappa Kotambri Law College||Hubli|
|Smt. Kamalaben Gambhirchand Shah Law School||Mumbai|
|Geeta Institute of Law||Panipat|
|M A B Institute of Juridicial Science||Murshidabad|
|Tagore Public Law College||Shekhupur, Rajasthan|
|Haldia Law College||Midnapore|
|Shri Swami Dayal Bhatnagar Law College||Secundrabad|
|C. M. R. Law School||Bangalore|
|Disha Law College||Raipur|
|Jaipur School of Law||Jaipur|
|Jagan Nath University||Jhajjar, Haryana|
|RNBGU School of Law||Bikaner|
|Aurora Group of Institutions||Telangana|
|LJ School of Law||Ahmedabad|
|Glocal Law School||Dehradun|
|Midnapore Law College||Midnapore|
|Vaikunta Baliga College of Law||Udupi|
|IMS Law College||Noida|
|M. P. Law College||Aurangabad|
|Asian Law College||Noida|
|R N Patel Ipcowala School of Law and Justice||Anand, Gujarat|
|Royal College of Law||Ghaziabad|
|O P Jindal Global University||Sonipat|
|JLU School of Law, Jagran Lakecity University||Bhopal|
|NA Global Law School||Bengaluru|
|Institute of Law / AISECT University||Bhopal|
|Indore Institute of Law||Indore|
|GD Goenka University School of Law||Gurgaon|
|Alliance School of Law, Alliance University||Karnataka|
|NMIMS School of Law||Mumbai|
|Parul Institute of Law||Vadodara|
|Auro university School of Law||Ahmedabad|
|Azim Premji University||Bengaluru|
|Central India College of Law||Nagpur|
|College of Legal Studies (UPES)||Dehradun|
|Faculty of Law, ICFAI University||Dehradun|
|G.H. Raisoni Law School||Nagpur|
|NCU Law School||Gurugram|
|JSS Law College||Mysore|
|K.R. Mangalam University||Gurgaon|
|KLE Society’s Law College||Bangalore|
|MATS Law School||Raipur|
|Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law||West Bengal|
|School of Law, Gitam University||Visakhapatnam|
|School of Law, Noida International School||Gautam Budh Nagar, U.P.|
|School of Law, Ansal University||Gurgaon|
|School of Law, Sharda University||Greater Noida, U.P.|
|VIT Law School||Chennai|
|School of Law, Galgotias University||Gautam Budh Nagar, U.P.|
|Chotanagpur Law College||Ranchi|
|Faculty of Law, ICFAI University||Jaipur|
|Faculty of Law, ICFAI University||Sikkim|
|The ICFAI Law School, The ICFAI Foundation for Higher Education||Jaipur|
|Faculty of Law, SGT University||Gurgaon|
|Faculty of Law, SRM University||Sonepat|
|Raffles School of Law, Raffles University||Neemrana|
|IFIM Law College||Bengaluru|
|Lovely Professional University||Phagwara, Punjab|
|Saveetha College Of Law||Chennai|
|Amity University, Manesar||Gurgaon|
|Aurora’s Legal Science Institute, Nalgonda||Nalgonda|
|IIMT School of Law||Greater Noida|
The section-wise syllabus for the law entrance exam is as under:
|Analytical Reasoning||The section is based on the structure of relationships with logical conclusions, relationships based on things, persons or events, statements and conclusions, and some legal statements and relationships based problems|
|Logical Reasoning 1 & 2||The sections assess candidates’ ability to analyse, critically evaluate, and complete arguments through logical reasoning questions based on passages (comprehension or legal).
The type of questions will be of statement-conclusions, reasoning by analogy, determining how additional evidence affects an argument, applying principles or rules, and identifying argument flaws.
|Reading Comprehension||The section carries questions to assess candidates’ reading and interpretation skills based on four sets of reading questions, each consisting of a selection of reading material, followed by four to nine questions that test reading and reasoning abilities.|
Earlier, the section-wise questions allotment was not defined but now the new pattern and weightage of LSAT India will be as under:
|Sections of LSAT India paper||Question per section||Time allotted per section|
|Analytical Reasoning||23||35 minutes|
|Logical Reasoning – 1||22||35 minutes|
|Logical Reasoning – 2||23||35 minutes|
|Reading Comprehension||24||35 minutes|
|Total||92 questions||2 hours 20 minutes|
LSAT India 2022 Marking Scheme
The 3-year LLB (Hons.) is a full-time residential program that will admit 60 students in the Academic Year 2022-23. Admission will be on the basis of the All-India National entrance test to be held on April 24, 2022. The inaugural batch will begin classes on July 1, 2022. Please note. Admission to the LL.B (Hons.) program will be through a national-level entrance examination process.
The NLSAT will be held on April 24, 2022, at 2 PM. The exam will be an offline paper-based examination (subject to COVID conditions). The duration of the Exam is 02 hours 30 Minutes.
The last date for submitting applications is March 26, 2022.
Interviews will be held in May 2022.
The final admissions list will be published by the first week of June 2022.
Classes will commence from July 1, 2022.
Pattern of Exam
75 MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions)
There is a negative marking of 0.25 for each wrong answer.
Applicants will be tested on the following in the Objective Test:
English comprehension (25 marks)
Current Affairs (25 marks)
Critical Reasoning (including logical reasoning and legal aptitude) (25 marks)
65 Marks (subjective test)
There is no negative marking
Applicants will be tested on the following in the Subjective Test:
Legal Aptitude/Reasoning (50 marks): Legal aptitude will consist of problem-based questions to which short answers will be sought. Prior knowledge of the law is not expected. This section will have 10 questions of 5 marks each.
Current Affairs (15 marks): Current affairs shall consist of one essay of no more than 500 words. Students shall be required to answer one of three options. Applicants will be tested on their knowledge of the issue, the ability to make cogent written arguments, and write a well-structured essay. Knowledge of the law is not expected.
The three year LL.B. course is a perfect choice for people who are interested in legal studies and have completed their graduation in any stream and want to pursue their studies in Law.
The National Law Universities do not have 3 years courses. However, there are some 3 years law colleges that are truly reputable and has contributed way more than even any National Law University.
LL.B. Admission is done either on the basis of marks obtained by candidates in qualifying degree or through a relevant entrance test. Students who are in final year of their graduation can also apply for entrance tests conducted for LL.B. admissions.
LL.B. admission in India, candidates needs to go through various entrance exams. On the other hand some colleges also provides direct admission into the same.
Three-year LL.B. Eligibility
There is no upper age-limit for admission. However a candidate must be at least 17 years of age on the date of application. A graduation degree with 45% marks (40% for reserved category) is the basic qualification required.
Universities like DU and BHU require minimum 50% marks while universities like Kurukshetra, Rohtak, Meerut require only 45% marks in graduation.
As per the recent directive by Bar Council of India, applicants who have passed 10+2 or have a graduation degree through distance learning or correspondence mode will also be considered eligible for admission for the integrated five-year or three year LL.B. course. However, applicants who have obtained 10+2 or graduation or post-graduation through open universities system directly without having any basic qualifications for pursuing such studies are not eligible for admission in law courses.
DU LL.B. Exam Pattern
|Mode Of Exam||Online|
|Medium Of Exam||English|
|No. Of Questions||100|
|Types Of Questions||Objective|
Marking Scheme – Four Marks For The Correct Answers: One Mark Deduction For Incorrect Answers.
List of Universities for 3 year LL.B. Courses
|S.No.||Name of Universities|
|1||DELHI UNIVERSITY (DU)|
|2||BANARAS HINDU UNIVERSITY (BHU)|
|3||PUNJAB UNIVERSITY (PU)|
Being attentive to your mock test schedules is imperative to CLAT/LL.B prep. Mock test not only helps you to master the concepts, it also helps in self-evaluation and gives you a preliminary idea of where you stand in your preparations. Do not miss out on mock test schedules.
Join a Coaching Centre
If you feel that you cannot tackle the paper on your own, joining a coaching is the way to go. It helps in learning the tips and tricks required to crack CLAT/LL.B. Coaching also helps in effective time management strategies. Never forget, CLAT/LL.B loves to throw surprises and in such scenarios, coaching can help you get that extra edge over others.
Patience, Focus, and Practice are the three pillars for cracking CLAT/LL.B. Maintain these three and you can achieve your NLU dream.