DU Faculty of Law
The Delhi University, Faculty of Law offers a three-year LL.B. course and a two-year LL.M. course.
The Delhi University, Faculty of Law offers a three-year LL.B. course and a two-year LL.M. course. Students applying for admission should have graduated with at least 50% marks. The course begins in August and admission procedures begin in July.
All admissions to the course are made on the basis of merit in the entrance test cum preference of the law centres.
L.L.B (3-Year Full Time Program): The admission is on the basis of an entrance test based on legal aptitude and general knowledge.
L.L.M (2-Year Full Time Program and if on part time basis the duration is 3 years): The eligibility for admission is that the candidate must have 3-year/5 year L.L.B degree from a recognized university with a minimum aggregate of 50% (5% relaxation in marks for SC/ST candidates). The admission is based on an entrance test containing objective type questions with multiple-choice answers in 7 different fields of law. The intake of students for full time program is 30 students every year and that for 3-year part time program is 35 students.
The Faculty does not have LL.B. Five Year Degree Course after 10+2.
The reservation of seats in the admission will be allowed as per the University rules.
Forms will be available from April 2012 (Monday) to May 2012 (Monday)
By Bank Draft of Rs 700 (Rs 250 for SC / ST Candidates), from the Faculty of Law, University of Delhi, Delhi 110007
By Post: Bank Draft of Rs 750 (Rs 300 for SC / ST Candidates) to be sent to the Convenor, Admission Committee, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi, Delhi 110007 latest upto 16 May 2012
Application forms can be downloaded from http://www.du.ac.in and Bank Draft of Rs 700 (Rs 250 for SC / ST Candidates) should be attached along with the application form.
Note: DD should be drawn in favor of Registrar, University of Delhi, Payable at Delhi / New Delhi
The Entrance Test Paper of LLB will have 175 Objective Type Questions with Multiple Choice Answers on :
English Language Comprehension: to test the ability to analyze written information, comprehending the main ideas and significant details and drawing inferences from the material presented and testing the general comprehension of language including grammar;
Legal Awareness and
Aptitude: for testing the ability to evaluate an assumption, inference or argument that is presented in a short statement and solving the legal problems; for testing general awareness aptitude about law and the legal system; and General Knowledge. All sections may not have equal number of questions.
STRUCTURE OF LLM PAPER:
The Test paper will consist of 175 Objective Type Questions with Multiple Choice Answers in the following areas:
Constitutional Law of India
Law of Contracts (General Principles)
Law of Torts
Family Law of Marriage & Divorce and
Public International Law (Law of Peace)
The list of centres for the Delhi University Faculty of Law Entrance Test is as follows:
Campus Law Centre
Chhatra Marg (North Campus)
University of Delhi