LLB Admission in India

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Law Admission in India

India as a secular country gives an utmost importance to education. There is no scarcity of colleges in India. Student can choose colleges based on their convenient factors like distance from home, course fee structure, college popularity. That being told, each college have their own selection process. Each college has their own eligibility criteria. Most of the law colleges have similar eligibility criteria as discussed below –

Eligibility criteria

  • Students must sit for Common Law Admission Test 2020 (CLAT)
  • Can be from any stream in 12th standard
  • Some colleges might have their own entrance examination.

Law entrance examinations

  • DU LLB
  • IPU CET Law
  • AILET
  • TS LAWCET
  • AP LAWCET
  • MH CET
  • Allahabad University LAT

Law students need not worry about law placements in India, as students are equipped with the necessary skills during the multiple sill advancement sessions. Most students develop excellent confidence to become self-employed thus utilizing their skills and opting for self-practice, joining big firms, or becoming legal advisors.

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