Frequently Asked Questions DU LLB

Question 1: Is DU LL.B. Course a five years law course?
Answer:
No, DU LL.B. Course is three year law course. It is a Post-Graduate Degree Programme. Anyone having a recognized graduate degree with minimum qualifying marks can apply for this programme.

Question 2: What is the minimum qualifying marks a candidate must secure in graduation degree to become eligible for admission in DU LL.B. courses?
Answer:
Candidates must have a graduate or post-graduate degree with minimum fifty percentage (50%) in qualifying examination for General category candidates. For OBCs and SCs &STs, this minimum percentage is forty five percentage (45%) and forty percentage (40%) respectively.

Question 3: What are the different centres for admission to DU LL.B. course?
Answer:
There are three law centres in Law Faculty. Their names are Campus Law Centre (CLC), Law Centre – I (LC-I) and Law Centre II (LC-II).

Question 4: Is there any hierarchy among these Centres?
Answer:
No, there is no hierarchy among these centres. All three centres are the part of Faculty of Law and independent of each other. All these centres are equal and each has its own infrastructure for LL.B. courses.

Question 5: Are the Centres situated at one place?
Answer:
Yes, all the three Law Centres are currently situated at Chhatra Marg. LC-I and LC-II’s classes are mostly conducted in New Building (Umang Bhawan) and CLC’s classes are conducted in Old Building. These two buildings are separated by 5 minutes walking distance.

Question 6: What are the timings of classes for these Centres?
Answer:
Law Centre II conducts its classes from 8 am to 2 pm. Campus Law Centre conducts its classes from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm. Law Centre I conducts its classes from 2 pm to 7pm.

Question 7: How many papers are required to be cleared to get promoted from First year to Second year and Second year to Third year respectively?
Answer:
A student must clear at least five (5) papers to get promoted from First year to Second year and must clear fifteen (15) papers to get promoted from Second year to Third Year. A student has to clear all the papers to get LL.B. Degree.

Question 8: Do the Centres also provide hostel facilities?
Answer:
No, Centres do not provide hostel facilities. However, the hostel facilities are provided to the students according to merit in entrance test and other rules and regulations of the University of Delhi. There are Eighteen (18) hostels for male and female students pursuing full-time postgraduate and Research programs in the University. Students of LLB, LLM (Two-Year Course), MCL and Ph.D. scholars are entitled to allocated number of the seats in the University hostels for Post-Graduate students of Delhi University on the basis of merit and as per the rules and procedure prescribed from time to time by the University and the hostel authorities. Information for the same may be obtained directly from the Provost of the concerned hostel. Detailed information is also available on the Hostel websites on DU website.

Question 9: Does each Centre also offers LL.M. programme?
Answer:
No, Centres do not offer LL.M. programmes. LL.M. programme is offered by the Faculty of Law.

Question 10: What are the different LL.M. programmes that Faculty of Law offers?
Answer:
Faculty of Law offers three kinds of LL.M. programmes. One is two (2) years LL.M. Programme and another is three (3) years LL.M. programmes. Apart from these Faculty of Law also offers 3 years Master in Comparative Law (MCL) Degree Programme to foreign students.

Question 11: What is the eligibility Criterion for admission in the said LL. B course?
Answer
: For admission in LLB Course, candidates must fulfil the following criteria:
Essential Qualification/Course Requirements

  1. Graduate/Post Graduate Degree from the University of Delhi or any other
    Indian or Foreign University recognized as equivalent by the University of
    Delhi.
  2. Candidates appearing in the qualifying degree examination are also eligible to
    appear in the LL.B. Entrance Test.
  3. No candidate who has passed LL.B. course from any University shall be
    allowed to take admission.
  4. No candidate on the rolls of LL.B. or ex-student of any University shall be
    allowed to take admission in the LL.B. course unless they get their admission
    cancelled.
    Marks Requirements
  5. For Unreserved Category and EWS Category candidates at least 50% marks
    or an equivalent grade point in the aggregate in the qualifying degree
    examination.
  6. For OBC/CW/PwD Category Candidates at least 45% marks or an equivalent
    grade point in the aggregate in the qualifying degree Examination.
  7. For SC/ST Category candidates at least 40% marks or an equivalent grade
    point in the aggregate in the qualifying degree examination
  8. Rounding of a fraction of marks is not allowed.

Question 12: Is there any age bar to appear in the entrance exam for LL. B or LL.M?
Answer:
There is no age bar to appear in the exam as per the order of Supreme Court of India

Question 13: Is there any disqualification that can be applied on my candidature during admission process?
Answer: Disqualifications:

  1. No candidate who has passed LL.B. course from any University shall be allowed
    to take admission.
  2. No candidate on the rolls of LL.B. or ex-student of any University shall be allowed
    to take admission in the LL.B. course unless they get their admission cancelled.

Question 14: Can I Continue my job while pursuing LL.M?
Answer
: The LL.M. Two-year Degree Course is a full-time Course meant for those who are not employed or engaged in any trade, profession, business or occupation. At the time of admission to LL.M. Two-year Course, the student shall submit an affidavit in the prescribed form to the effect that he/she is not employed or engaged in any gainful work or employment. LL.M. Three-year Course is conducted in the evening and the students of this course do not have to submit the aforesaid affidavit.

Question 15: What will be the pattern of the online entrance test for DU LL.B admission?
Answer:
LL. B. Entrance Test:

The LL.B. Entrance Test 2020 will be held ONLINE at various centres as notified in the Post Graduate Admissions, Bulletin of Information 2019-20
(du.ac.in). The Test shall be of two hours duration.

The Test Paper will consist of one Question paper containing 100 objective type Questions with multiple choice answers relating to English Language Comprehension, Analytical Abilities, Legal Awareness & Aptitude, and General Knowledge.

The language of the Entrance Test shall be English.

Each Question shall carry four marks. For every correct answer, four marks will be awarded and for every incorrect answer, one mark will be deducted. No mark will be awarded or deducted for a Question which is left unanswered.

The general instructions to the candidates will be supplied later on the University website.


Question 16: What will be the pattern of entrance exam for LL.M?
Answer:
LL.M. Entrance Test:

The LL.M. Entrance Test 2020 will be held ONLINE at various centres as notified in the Post Graduate Admissions, Bulletin of Information 2020-21
(du.ac.in).

The Test shall be of two hours duration. The Test Paper will consist of one question paper containing 100 objective-type questions with multiple choice answers relating to 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.

The language of the Entrance Test shall be English.

Each question shall carry four marks. For every correct answer, four marks will be awarded and for every incorrect answer, one mark will be deducted. No mark will be awarded or deducted for a question which is left unanswered.

The general instructions to the candidates will be supplied later on the University website.

Question 17: What are the documents that are required at the time of Counselling?
Answer:
Documents required at the time of counselling

  1. Admission Ticket of LL.B./LL.M Entrance Test, 2020;
  2. Age Certificate (High School/Matriculation);
  3. Character Certificate (not older than six months on the date of admission);
  4. Degree Certificate (Provisional Certificate if applicable) of qualifying Degree examination;
  5. Mark-sheet(s) of the qualifying Degree examination;
  6. Scheduled Caste/Tribe/EWS & OBC (non-creamy layer) /PwD/CW certificate. Non-creamy layer certificate should be of latest.
  7. Eight passport size photographs.
  8. Printout of original registration form submitted for registration of admission of LL.B. course.
    Note: Any other document as notified on the University website.

Question 18: Is there a time limit for validity of OBC, SC, ST certificates?
Answer:
The time limit for SC and ST certificates is not there but OBC certificate of non creamy Layer must be maximum 6 months’ old. The central list of OBC is followed.

Question 19: Is there a time limit for validity of character certificates?
Answer
: The character certificate produced must be 6 months’ old. The original character certificate is to be submitted by the student at the time of counselling and it remains with the university.

Question 20: Is it required to get the photocopy of documents attested?
Answer
: The candidates eligible for counselling will report in person at the office of the Admission Committee on the specified date and time with all relevant documents in original along with photocopies. At the time of reporting for counselling, the candidate shall produce the Admission Ticket and also the original certificates/marks-sheet(s).
Self-attested photocopies are required.

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