Admission in B Com LLB Colleges in India
- Two types of admission are available for the students- direct admission, entrance exam score
- Students are required to be aware of the desired college admission process.
- Each college has their own admission process.
- The Admission cells are responsible for the student’s admission in their colleges.
- The Admission department makes the entire student’s final selection decision and set their admission process.
- Since the course includes law studies the admission department has to follow the regulations set by the Bar Council of India.
- The colleges search for the best candidates and do their utmost to transform students’ into a greater individual
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 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 –
|Common Law Admission Test (CLAT)
||9 May 2021(Tentative)
|Law School Admission Test (LSAT)’
||From May 10th , 2021
|BMS Entrance Test
||Third week of June 2021
||2nd to 4th week of January 2021
*CLAT Registration Date: January 1, 2021 - March 31, 2021
Students need to be aware of the respective college’s eligibility criteria, admission process and B Com LLB in India fee structure.
- 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