How i can do the LLB. But i cant complete my graduation in final year-2002, 2 exams of final year still remains.

Some University UGC aprovd give you some relaxation to complete your gradution they only take final year exam In which your 1& 2 year marksheet remain same as per ur old university.Only the final marksheet & Degree given to you.Wheather i be eligible to get admissin in LLB 3yr on the behalf of this

0 33 Views | Posted 2011-09-30 15:35:29
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    Priya Saxena | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-30 16:51:10
    Hi Deep, To study LLB the minimum education qualification required is a graduate degree from a recognized University and to be able to qualify in a good institute, you will require to qualify the entrance exam as well.Hence without a graduate degree, it isn't possible to go for a LLB degree program.To know about the institutes which offers LL.B degree, please refer to the following link: revert for any further queries and also ... view more
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    Neeraj Kumar | Guide-Level 12

    2011-09-30 15:53:25
    ou can do LLB 3 year course , some college gives you some time to clear this till then you can take provision admission in college , and take classes

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