Law in India
Law Entrance Exams
Law entrance exams are conducted on All India basis as well as individually by institutes or universities to provide admissions to different law colleges and law universities in India.
The Bar Council of India is responsible for legal education in India. It has set a high academic standard of judicial studies in terms of classroom teaching methods, practical training programs and skills, argument sessions, court visits and legal aid work for law aspirants.
Eligibility for Law Entrance Exams:
- Candidate should have passed in 10+2 from a recognized university or college in India for undergraduate courses (% varies for different universities/colleges)
- Applicants should not be more than 20 years of age as on 1st July 2011 (22years in case of SC/ST/ OBC/Handicapped)
Law entrance exam paper pattern:
- Law entrance exam paper consists of objective type questions. Questions asked can be related to any field like history, science, finance or law etc.
- Paper tests the skills in reasoning, general awareness, numerical aptitude, preliminary political science and legal aptitude.
- In most of the universities and institutes, candidates are shortlisted on the basis of entrance exam.
- CLAT : Common Law Admission Test:
- LAWCET: Andhra Pradesh Law Common Entrance Test:
- AILET: All India Law Entrance Test:
- RULET: Rajasthan University LLB Entrance Test:
- ILSAT: ICFAI Law School Admission Test:
- KLSAT: KIIT Law School Admission Test:
- AMU Law Entrance Exam: Aligarh Muslim University Law Entrance Exam:
- ILICAT: Indian Law Institute Common Admission Test:
- KLEE: Kerala Law Entrance Exam:
- GNDU CET: Guru Nanak Dev University Common Entrance Test:
- LSAT: Law School Admission Test: