Law Entrance Exams
Law Entrance Exams
You can either pick a three-year LLB program or a five-year integrated BA LLB course. If you have qualified 10+2/higher secondary school examination/intermediate examination or equivalent and have an urge for legal field, you can look in for the five year integrated BA LLB course.
Otherwise if you feel to join it after graduation, you can go for the LLB program after being graduated.
The interested candidates who wish to take up Law as career need to qualify any of the entrance examinations listed below:
CET- Common Entrance Test is conduted bu Guru Govind Singh Indraprastha University, Dwarka, New Delhi for various courses it offers including Five Year Law Course of BBA LLB and BA LLB. Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University
CLAT- Common Law Admission Test, commonly known as CLAT is the national level law entrance exam. You can take this admission test to secure a seat in any of the 14 National Law Universities (NLUs), TNNLS Tiruchirappalli, DSNLU Visakhapatnam, Nirma Ahmedabad etc.Common Law Admission Test (CLAT)
LSAT- Law School Admission Test, commonly known as LSAT is a standardized test of reading and verbal reasoning skills designed by the USA–based Law School Admission Council (LSAC) for use by law schools in India.Law School Admission Test (LSAT)
DU LLB/LLM – Faculty of Law, Delhi University conducts a separate law entrance exam for admissions to various law courses namely LLB and LLM courses. Faculty of Law, University of Delhi
SET Symbiosis- Symbiosis Entrance Test commonly known as SET is a common written test conducted for taking admission to undergraduate law programs offered by various institutes under Symbiosis International University. Symbiosis Entrance Test (SET)
ULSAT- UPES Law Studies Aptitude Test commonly known as ULSAT is conducted by the University of Petroleum and Energy Studies (UPES). The competitive entrance test is conducted to grant admission to Bachelor of Laws (B.A. LLB) and LLB in Corporate Laws, Cyber Laws and Intellectual Property Rights. UPES Law Studies Aptitude Test (USLAT)
From where should I pursue Law?
List of prominent Law Institutes, from where you can pursue your law course.
Three years’ LLB course usually involves lesser expenses in the range of Rs 20,000 to Rs 30,000 for three years. The 5 years’ BA LLB comparatively costsa little more in the lieu of about Rs 3,00,000 for five years. Hostel expenses are exclusive of the tuition fees.
If you are able to make in NLUs, it will take between Rupees One Lakh Thirty-five Thousands and Rupees One Lakh Fifty Thousand (Rs.1,35,000-1,50,000) for the LLM Courses. However if you choose for the BA LLB courses it make take you between Rupees One Lakh to Rupees One Lakh Twenty-five Thousand (Rs. 1,00,000- Rs. 1,25,000). The fees differ very much as per the institution.
If you are able to secure a position in DU LLB or LLM Course, you need to deposit around Rupees Four Thousand Five Hundred or Rupees Five Thousand Five Hundred. All the fees mentioned here are deposited annually. Please consult the institutions’ website for particular fees structure.
- AILET- All India Law Entrance Test
- CET- Common Entrance Test
- DU LLB Entrance Exam
- LSAT – Law School Admission Test, India