DU LLB Faqs 2021 - National Testing Agency (NTA) conducts DU LLB entrance exam for admissions to 3-year LLB programme offered by the DU Faculty of Law. The university also offers admission to the LLM programme on the basis of admission test. The DU LLB faqs are a compilation of all the information that is required for admission to the law programmes of the Delhi University. The law aspirants of CLC DU and Faculty of law will need to apply through an online application form and appear in the DU entrance test. Even after clearing DU LLB 2021, candidates will not be offered admission until they complete all the formalities related to the DU LLB admission process. So, under DU LLB faqs, careers360 has answered all the questions related to the DU LLB admission process and LLM entrance test. Go through the article to know all about DU LLB entrance exam faqs and other important information.
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DU LLB entrance exam
Question - What law programmes are offered by the DU Faculty of Law?
Ans - The Faculty of Law, Delhi University offers 3-year LLB and LLM programmes of 2-years and 3-years.
Question - How many law centres of DU offer 3-year LLB course?
Ans - All, there are three CLC DU namely - Campus Law Centre (CLC), Law Centre - I (LC-I) and Law Centre II (LC-II).
Question - Does the CLC DU also offer LLM programme?
Ans - No, the CLC DU does not offer LLM course. Instead, the LLM course is offered by the Faculty of Law, Delhi University.
Question - Is there any specialization offered for LLB and LLM course by Delhi University?
Ans - No, the university doesn’t offer any specialization in LLB and LLM programmes.
Question - What is the best CLC DU?
Ans - There is no hierarchy among the three law centres of DU. All three centres are similar, at one location. Even all these centres offer an almost equal number of seats.
Question - What is the intake of DU LLB?
Ans - The DU LLB seat intake for all CLCs are given below in the table.
|Participating Institutes||Sanctioned seats|
|Campus Law Centre (CLC)||1107|
|Law Centre 1 (LC1)||1106|
|Law Centre 2 (LC2)||1107|
Question - What educational qualification is required for admission to the DU LLB?
Ans - As per the DU LLB eligibility criteria, the candidate should have completed a graduation degree in any discipline from a recognized university.
Question - Can a Class 12 students apply for DU LLB entrance examination?
Ans - No. the Class 2 students are not eligible for appearing in the DU LLB entrance examination.
Question - Can a postgraduate student apply for admission to the LLB course of DU?
Ans - Yes, a postgraduate student is eligible to apply for admission to the LLB course of DU.
Question - What is the minimum marks that one must secure to get admission to the LLB programme of Delhi University?
Ans - In the qualifying examination (graduation or post-graduation) the candidate must secure an aggregate of at least 50 per cent marks. Candidates belonging to the OBC and SC&ST need to secure a minimum of 45 per cent and 40 per cent respectively.
Question - Is there any age limit for appearing in the DU LLB entrance examination?
Ans - No, there is no age limit for appearing in the DU LLB entrance examination.
Question - Can a student enrolled in any other university for the LLB programme take admission to the LLB programme of DU Faculty?
Ans - No, students who are already enrolled in any other university for LLB course are not eligible for admissions to the LLB programme of the university.
Question - I am appearing in the final year examination of my graduation. Am I eligible to apply for DU LLB entrance examination?
Ans - Yes, you can apply for admission during the final year of your graduation. However, the admissions will be subject to various criteria of admission such as minimum marks in the qualifying examination.
Question - What educational qualification is required for admission to the LLM programme?
Ans - As per the eligibility criteria of DU LLM, the candidate should have completed LLB programme (3-year LLB or 5-year LLB) from a recognized university. The candidate must score at least 50 per cent marks in their graduation. Candidates belonging to the OBC, SC or ST categories are required to secure at least 45 per cent marks or an equivalent grade in their law graduation.
Question - Can I fill the application form and submit it in offline mode at the university?
Ans - No, the application form of DU LLB and LLM entrance is released in online mode only. You cannot submit it in offline mode.
Question - Where can I get the DU LLB application form?
Ans -The application form of DU LLB is released on the official website of the National Testing Agency. Candidates can access the direct link of the application form by visiting - DU LLB application form. Candidates who want to apply for LLM programme, visit - DU LLM application form
Question - How can I fill the DU LLB application form?
Ans - To fil the DU LLB application form, candidates will need to register themselves by providing the name and contact details. The application form can be filled by providing the personal details, educational qualification and communication details.
Question - What documents do I need to upload while submitting the DU LLB application form?
Ans - Candidates will need to upload the following documents at the time of submission of DU LLB application form.
Identity Proof (Self-attested) (Aadhaar Card/ Driving License/ PAN Card/ Voter’s Identity Card/ Passport/ College Identity Card)
Class 10th mark sheet/ Matriculation passing certificate
Character Certificate (not older than six months on the date of admission)
Degree Certificate (Provisional Certificate if applicable) of qualifying Degree examination;
Disability Certificate in case of the candidates belonging to PwD Category.
Caste Certificate as issued by the competent authority
Question - How can I pay the DU LLB exam application fee?
Ans - The DU LLB application fee can be paid in online mode. Candidates can submit the application by using the Debit card or Net Banking or Credit card options.
Question - Do I need to submit the hard copy of application form after submitting it in online mode?
Ans - No, candidates should not submit the hard copy of DU LLB application form, however, they must preserve the print out of the application form for future references.
Question - How can I download my DU LLB admit card?
Ans- The admit card of both DU LLB and DU LLM entrance test is released online mode, on the official NTA website. You can download the admit card by logging into your registered DU account. Candidates who are applying for LLB admission can visit DU LLB admit card to get the download link, meanwhile, those going to appear in LLM entrance test can visit DU LLM admit card to access the download link.
Question - Is it mandatory to carry the admit card to the exam centre of DU LLB exam?
Ans - Yes, it is mandatory to carry the admit card to the exam centre of DU LLB. Candidate not carrying their admit card will not be allowed to appear in the DU LLB admission test.
Question - What documents do I need to carry to the DU LLB exam centre?
Ans - Along with the admit card, candidates will need to carry one passport-size photograph and a photo ID - PAN card/ Driving License/ Voter ID/ Passport/ Aadhaar Card (with photograph)/ Ration Card (with photograph).
Question - What is the exam pattern of DU LLB entrance examination?
Ans - The entrance exam of DU LLB will be conducted in online mode. The test will be of two hours duration. There will be 100 objective type Questions with multiple choice answers. Each question will carry 4 marks and one mark will be deducted for each incorrect answer. The test will be conducted in the English language.
Read - DU LLB exam pattern
Question - What subject do I need to study to prepare for DU LLB entrance examination?
Ans - As per the DU LLB entrance test syllabus, you will need to study the English language comprehension, analytical abilities, legal awareness & aptitude, and general knowledge.
Question - What is the test pattern of DU LLM entrance examination 2021?
Ans - The LL.M. entrance test of DU LLM is conducted in online mode. The test paper will consist of 100 objective type questions for which the candidates will be given two hours duration. Each question will carry 4 marks and one mark will be deducted for each incorrect answer. The LLM entrance test of DU will is conducted in English language only.
Also read - DU LLM exam pattern
Question - What is the syllabus of DU LLM entrance examination?
Ans - The DU LLM entrance exam syllabus includes the following topics.
DU LLM Syllabus 2021 - Constitutional Law of India, Jurisprudence, Law of Contracts, Sale of Goods, Law of Torts, Consumer Protection, Criminal Law, Family Law, Public International Law, Intellectual Property Law, Cyber Law, Environment Law, Company Law and Partnership. In addition, a few questions may address contemporary legal issues.
To download sample papers, visit - DU LLB sample papers
Question - How can I check my DU LLB result?
Ans - The result of DU LLB will be released on the official website of DU Faculty of Law. Candidates will not be informed individually regarding the release of the result.
Question - Will the university releases answer key of the entrance exams?
Ans - Yes, the Delhi University will release the answer key of DU LLB a few days after the conduct of the examination. You can access the DU LLB and DU LLM answer key from the official website of Faculty of Law, Delhi University.
Question - Can I raise objections against the answer key of DU LLB or DU LLM entrance exam?
Ans - Yes, the university gives a two-day window to the exam takers during which you can review the official answer key and in case you find a genuine issue, you can raise your objection.
Question - How can I raise objections against the DU LLB answer key?
Ans - To raise an objection, you must submit the details in writing to the Dean, Faculty of Law, DU and attach a proof of the claim of correct answers and copy of the admission ticket along with the other supportive documents.
The objections can be submitted physically at the Office of the Dean, Faculty of Law till 05:00 P.M., or by writing an e-mail to email@example.com by 10:00 P.M
Question - Is it mandatory to appear in the counselling process of DU even if I have cleared the exam?
Ans - Yes, appearing in DU LLB counselling is mandatory for the candidates before they get admission to the law programme of the university.
Also read - DU LLM counselling details
Question - What documents are required for appearing in the counselling of DU LLB or DU LLM admission?
Ans - Candidates will need to submit the following documents at the time of DU admission counselling.
Admission Ticket of LL.B./LL.M Entrance Test, 2021;
Age Certificate (High School/Matriculation);
Character Certificate (not older than six months on the date of admission);
Degree Certificate (Provisional Certificate if applicable) of qualifying degree examination; Mark-sheet(s) of the qualifying Degree examination;
Scheduled Caste/Tribe/EWS & OBC (non-creamy layer) /PwD/CW certificate.
Non-creamy layer certificate should be of the latest.
Eight passport size photographs.
Printout of original registration form submitted for registration of admission of LL.B. course.
Question - I forgot to mention my category of reservation while filling the DU admission form, can I claim reservation as I have all the documents that support my category status?
Ans - No, the DU admission form must be filled correctly. You cannot change your category from general to any other in later stages. Moreover, if you provide the wrong information in the DU admission form, you will be subject to disqualification.
Question - Can a reserved category student get admission in the general category?
Ans - Yes, the candidates belonging to the unreserved category will have to the option of getting admission to the general category if they fulfil all the requirements of the unreserved category.
Question - I fall in the OBC category of the state list, can I claim reservation under OBC category?
Ans - The OBC reservation is offered only on the basis of the central list of OBC categories. If you are under the central list of OBC categories, then only you can claim reservation.