BBA LLB Admission in Delhi

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BBA LLB Admission in Delhi

There are number of private and government law colleges offering BBA LLB admission in Delhi. This is a 5-year duration undergrad and a new generation integrated course for management, administration and law aspirants. Students from all over India participate for the competition across the law colleges in Delhi.

Course full name Bachelor of Business Administration & Bachelor of Law
Course level Bachelor Degree
Course Duration 5 Years
Application mode Online/ Offline
Minimum eligibility 10+2 with 45% Marks
Entrance exams AILET/ LSAT/ CLAT/ Other Private exams
Selection process Merit + Entrance Exam Basis

The concerned statutory bodies and the admission office of the law colleges would release the admission notification. Students need to keep a regular check on the recent updates. Admission process and the minimum eligibility criteria varies from one college to another, yet the minimum eligibility required is that-

  • The basic qualification requirements for candidate are passing 10+2/ PUC/ Intermediate or any other equivalent from a recognized board of the country.
  • The candidates should have a minimum aggregate of 45% marks in 10+2 exams from any stream.
  • The reserved categories are given a relaxation up to 5% in the minimum aggregate.

Entrance Exams:

Some of the top national level exams for admission to BBA LLB in Delhi colleges-

Entrance Exams Conducting Body
CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) Consortium of NLUs
LSAT (Law School Admission Test) LSAC (Law School Admission Council)
AILET (All India Law Entrance Test) National Law University Delhi
ILI CAT (Indian Law Institute - Common Admission test) Indian Law Institute

NOTE: The foreign students will have to appear in LSAT for BBA LLB seat in Delhi colleges.

The entrance exams for BBA LLb colleges in Delhi is conducted by many. The admissions to all the government law colleges are made on the basis of CLAT/ LSAT/ AILET score. Even private colleges also consider the marks of CLAT. But some of the private institutions would conduct their own entrance test for admissions.

  • NCU Test- Conducted by The Northcap University, Gurgaon
  • SUAT- Conducted by Sharda University Online Admission test
  • IPU CET- Conducted by Indraprasta University, New Delhi

Selection procedure:

Students are selected completely on merit basis only. The colleges would consider the marks in qualifying exams plus rank/ score in the national/ university level entrance exams. Shortlisted candidates are supposed to sit in the centralized counseling for the seat allotment. Besides the merit in qualifying exams and entrance test, some of the colleges also conduct interview for the final selection of students. Bennett and BML Munjal University consider huge weightage of interview marks.

BBA LLB Management Quota Admission:

Those students who appeared for the law entrance tests like CLAT, ILI CAT, AILET or LSAT but couldn't get the required cut-off marks can still get admission in their desired college through Management Quota for BBA LLB course.

Normally, the colleges and universities keep their 85% seat for general quota while 15% for the management quota. The course fee under the MQ is 2 to 3 times than that of general fees.

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As per the criteria, candidate should have qualified 10+2 with a minimum aggregate of 45% marks from a recognized board of state or center.
No, there is no age limit to apply for BBA LLB
Students can write the exams of CLAT/ LSAT/ AILET/ IPU CET for admission to BBA LLB course in the college of Delhi.
The consortium of NLUs (National Law Universities) conducts the entrance exam of CLAT.
Students are selected on the basis of merit in qualifying exams as well as in the University/ National level Entrance Exam. Some college would also conduct interviews for the purpose.
For a seat in the law college of Delhi, students will have to attend the centralized counseling and will be allotted the college as per their rank/ score.
Yes, students are provided seat under reservation in the colleges of Delhi.

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