B Com LLB Admission In India

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Admission Process in B Com LLB Colleges in India

Admission Highlight:

  • Two types of admission are available for the students- direct admission, entrance exam score
  • Each college has their own admission process.
  • The Admission cells are responsible for the student’s admission in their colleges.
  • The admissions office establishes the admissions procedure and makes the final decision about each applicant.
  • As a law college the admission department must abide by the rules established by the Bar Council of India
  • The universities look for the most qualified applicants and make every effort to help students grow as successful individuals.

A common eligibility criteria for Admission in B.Com LLB colleges in India is as below-

B Com LLB Admission Eligibility Criteria

  • Minimum 10+2 qualifications.
  • Minimum 50% to 60% marks depending on the colleges.
  • Some of the colleges have age limit as 20 years for general category and 22 years for reserved category.
  • Students from general category should be 20 years of age and the age limit for SC/ST students should be 22 years

B Com LLB Admission Process

  • Based on National level Common Entrance Examination.
  • Some colleges have their specific entrance examination.
  • Students may need to sit for some common entrance tests like –
Exam Exam Date
Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) December 18, 2022
Law School Admission Test (LSAT)’ 22 Jan, 8, 9, 10, 11 Jun 2023
BMS Entrance Test Last week of June 2023
(LPU NEST) 1st February to 10th February 2023

*CLAT Registration Date: 8th August, 2022 to 18th November, 2022

Students need to be aware of the respective college’s eligibility criteria, admission process and B Com LLB in India fee structure.

Documents Required:

  • SSLC / 10th grade Original Marks Card
  • PUC I / 11th grade Original Marks Card
  • PUC II / 12th grade Original Marks Card
  • Transfer Certificate
  • Migration Certificate (Only for CBSE/ ISC/ IB and Non Karnataka Students)
  • Aadhar Card
  • Caste certificate and income certificate for SC/ ST/ OBC/ Cat-1 students
  • One photocopy of all documents along with the originals

You have to qualify 10+2 from a recognised board and obtained a minimum percentage in their qualifying exams.
Some of the entrance exams are CLAT, LSAT India, BMS Entrance Test, etc.
  • Original mark sheets of class 10th and 12th
  • Transfer certificate
  • Migration certificate
  • One identity card (Aadhar Card, driving licence, passport etc)

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