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eligibility for 3 year LLB evening course



Yash kumar Mahanta 2 years ago
Candidate seeking to pursue 3 years LLB program from any of the University whose degree in law is recognized by the Bar Council of India, must have completed the Bachelors degree program from a recognized University with a minimum of 45% aggregate marks. Admission are based on either entrance exam or marks obtained in the qualifying exam, whatever the admission norms of the Institution of concern.

Some of the Universities considers candidates with a minimum of 50% aggregate marks in the qualifying exams. The maximum age limit to apply for the course is 30 years for the general candidates and 35 years for the reserved candidates.

Candidates who have completed their Bachelors degree from a recognized University through distance mode are also eligible. However, candidates who have obtained Bachelors degree directly without having passed the +2 level of exam or any basic qualification for prosecuting such studies are not eligible for admission in the law courses.
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VINAYA CHANDRAN Here is a news clipping regarding the age bar for admission to LLB Courses " After the syndicate decision to start LLB evening classes from this year, the registrar called a meeting with the head of the school of legal studies on May 7 to discuss on the option of restarting it this academic year on cost sharing basis. During the meeting the director of school of legal studies opined that the proposal be kept pending 'in view of difficulty in getting sufficient students due to the age restriction of 30 years by the Bar council'.

"We were concerned whether we would be able to attract students due to the age limit. But we realized that there shouldn't be a problem as the Supreme Court had set aside the Bar Council's decision," said school of legal studies director Dr V S Sebastian.

In the Supreme Court, the Bar Council of India counsel had contended that the decision to ban evening classes was taken after a consultation process with members of the State Bar Councils. However, SC ruled that the Bar Council of India should have held consultations with the universities before making such an amendment."
11 months ago
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