LLB Admission without Entrance Tests ( CLAT )

Now-a-days LLB has become a very popular course among the youth. However, previously this degree had lost charm due to various reasons. Again the days have come. Various options have emerged out of this degree. Read – Options after LLB.

Consequently, lakhs of candidates aspire to take admission via Common Law Admission Test (
CLAT ). The test is difficult. It takes place after 10+2. Students use strategies to overcome for defeating other candidates. Taking coaching is one of them.

But there are some students who wish to avoid CLAT or any other entrance test for getting easy admission. The frequent asked question is – Can I take admission in LLB directly ( without facing any admission test ) ?

About LLB

The law course is of 3 years and 5 years. After graduation, it is of 3 years and after 12th, it is of 5 years. Gradually, five year system is being replaced by 3 year system.

Is LLB without Entrance Tests Possible ?

Mostly in most of the best LLB Institutions or Universities, the admission takes place through Common Entrance Tests ( CLAT ). Students must get the desired cut off to be eligible. However, there are many universities or LAW institutes that offer the chance to purse LLB without CLAT.

Here one thing is very important to remember that these institutions must be approved by Bar Council of India.  If not eligible, that LLB will have no eligibility. It means the wastage of time and money. Here the admission will take place on the basis of merit or set procedure.

Note Do some homework before you are considering to take admission directly ( Without CLAT ) . Don’t fall victims of some scrupulous educational business institutions.

Educational Qualification –

For the general candidates, the required score is 50% whereas for SC/ST, it is 45%.

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Another very frequently asked query – Can We do LLB in Correspondence / Private Mode

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