I want to 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 47 Views | Posted 2011-09-30 15:21:18
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    Manmeet Kaur | Guide-Level 12

    2011-09-30 17:42:24
    Hi Deep, to help you, I would say that there are basically two ways one can take up LLB. Either you opt for 5 year LLB course after 12th. Or 3 year LLB course after a degree. Yes, you are eligible for 3yrs LLB course. The minimum eligibility is a bachelor's degree in any stream with at least 40% marks. You need to appear for common entrance exam for law and personal interview to get admitted to the course. And if you are planning to join in any of the top colleges then you must have higher percentage of marks. To help you, I am sending you link please go through it.
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    Priya Saxena | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-30 16:53:02
    Hi Deep, a similar query posted by you has been answered and to view the same, I would request you to click on the following link:
    All the Best!
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    Neeraj Kumar | Guide-Level 12

    2011-09-30 15:34:08
    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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