The DU LLB Entrance Examination is a university level entrance examination held by Delhi University for candidates willing to get admitted in DU for the course of LLB. The faculty of Law, DU conducts this entrance examination every year for allotting
The DU LLB Entrance Examination is a university level entrance examination held by Delhi University for candidates willing to get admitted in DU for the course of LLB. The faculty of Law, DU conducts this entrance examination every year for allotting seats to deserving candidates.
The DU Faculty of Law offers various courses like, Bachelor of Law (LL.B), Master of Law (LL.M), master of Corporate Law (M.C.L), Doctor of Civil Laws (D.C.L) and Doctor of Philosophy (PH.D).
The entrants after clearing the LLB Entrance Examination are entitled to a seat of the 3 year LLB course in DU.
The tentative dates for DU LLB Entrance exam 2018 are given below:
|Commencement of online Registration||Last week of April 2018|
|Final date of online Registration||3rd week of May 2018|
|Issue of online Admit Card||1st week of June 2018|
|Date of Entrance Examination||3rd week of June 2018|
|Result Declaration||1st week of July, 2018|
|Final date of Admission Fee deposit||3rd week of July 2018|
|Final Counselling Round||Last week of July 2018|
Delhi University releases Application form for LLB Entrance Exam in its official website. So candidates must visit the official website of DU for filling up their application forms. No mode other than online mode is applicable for filling up their application forms.
Candidates must make sure that they file their application form before/on the last date. Any forms received after the last date gets rejected.
The application fee for General and OBC candidates is Rs. 500/- while it is Rs. 250/- for candidates belonging to SC/ST/PWD category.
Delhi University lays down certain eligibility criteria for the candidates applying for LLB Entrance Exam. The candidates need to fulfil every criterion mentioned below:
Candidates should be well acquainted with the exam pattern and should prepare accordingly. The DU LLB Entrance Exam pattern for 2018 is given below:
|Time duration of the Exam||2 hours|
|Language of the paper||The language used is English|
|Type of Question||Questions will be of Multiple Choice Type (MCQ)|
|No. of Questions||175 questions|
|Marking Scheme||Correct answers will be awarded with 4 marks|
|Negative Marking||Deduction of 1mark from the total score for every wrongly attempted question|
The candidates preparing for any examination must know the pattern of the exam. This helps them in preparing for the exam in the appropriate method. Candidate with no idea of the exam pattern is bound bump into the wall on the examination day.
DU releases the Admit cards of the successfully registered candidates on their official website. Candidates can download their e-Admit card from the first week of June 2018. Candidates must take a print out of their Admit Card after downloading it. No candidates are allowed to sit for the entrance exam without their respective hall pass.
The syllabus for DU LLB Entrance examination comprises of subjects like English Language and Comprehension, General Knowledge and Current Affairs, Reasoning and Analytical Ability, Legal Awareness and Aptitude. Students must go for further details on the syllabus of the entrance examination in the official website of DU.
The DU LLB Entrance Exam result is expected to be published on the first week of July 2018. DU will publish the exam result on their official website. Candidates who have appeared for the exam can check their results after getting publish from the DU official website. Result can also be put up on the notice board of the Faculty of Law Admission Committee.
The candidates those who gets shortlisted in the result, gets a final call for the counselling round. The DU LLB 2018 Entrance Exam Counselling is expected to be held in July 2018 last week. The candidates are allotted seats rank-wise in the counselling round.
The short listed candidates are required to carry the below mentioned documents for the counselling round: