The Government Law College, Mumbai have planned to revamp their admission policies. For the very first time, the colleges would be conducting a common entrance test to induct students in their law programs. This year the CET for 3 years and 5 year LLB program would be conducted on May 22, 2016. Till last year, the admission in BA LLB program was based on marks secured in Class 12 Exam or equivalent qualifying marks.
For Five Year Law Course
The students who are appearing for the CET will have to satisfy few of the criterion that has been laid down in the admission process.
- For students contesting in the open category, the minimum CET score for admission into 5-year courses would be 50 out of 150 marks.
- Reserved category candidates will get some relaxation in the eligibility score, they will have to score 40 out of 150 for admission.
- The candidates who are applying for admission must have qualified the H.S.C. (10+2) or any equivalent examination conducted by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education with a minimum of 50% marks.
- There is some relaxation given to reserved candidates and they are required to score 45% marks in order to appear in CET.
For Three Year Law Course
The three-year law course will be governed in the same way and the candidates will have to secure minimum 50 out of 150 marks to get admitted into the respective course. For reserved category, there is an exemption of 10% given on the qualifying score of CET.
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