i wana do llb after graduation mai department of law chandigarh main karna chahti hu . cet law me kitne marks ek obc studnt ko lene chahie

mai obc candidate hu department of law chandigarh me llb me admission procedre bataye

0 74 Views | Posted 2011-10-11 08:43:03
Asked by navdeep

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    Manmeet Kaur | Guide-Level 12

    2011-10-11 15:14:05
    Hi Navdeep, this is the most common entrance examination which is conducted for admission into under graduate level courses in Law. In case of BA (LLB) the candidates should have passed their 12th class from any recognized university or college. The students who are awaiting their 12th class result can also opt for this exam. The candidates should have at least 45 % marks in the qualifying exam. There is reservation in case of SC/ST/OBC/PHP candidates where in they should have at least 40 % marks for applying to this exam. (50% marks in case of BA Hons).In case of graduate candidates who are opting in for LLB can join if they have a qualifyi... view more
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    arun dev | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-11 10:44:09
    Dear navdeep,
    you need 45% in graduation,
    There is no concession for OBC in the institute,
    for more details, pls visit http://laws.puchd.ac.in/show-courses.php
    wish u best,

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