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Delhi University (DU) LLB/ LLM Course Entrance Test 2012 Notification & Application Form

University of Delhi (DU or Delhi University), Faculty of Law conducts Entrance Test every year for admission to LLB and LLM courses. DU has three Centres for LLB students i.e. Campus Law Centre (LC), Law Centre -I (LC-I) and Law Centre-II (LC-II). The Campus Law Centre and Law Centre-I are located at the Faculty of Law (North Campus) whereas Law Centre-II is located in A. R.S.D. College Building at Dhaula Kuan, New Delhi. The LLB classes at different law centres are held as under:
LC – From 8.30 A.M. (Morning)
LC-I - Afternoon (3.00 p.m.- 6.00 p.m.) and evening (6.15 p.m.-9.15 p.m.)
LC-II - From 6.15 p.m. to 9.15 p.m. (Evening)

The LLB course can be pursued by working executives/ persons also as evening classes are held at LC-I and LC-II. The LL.B. Course is a three-year full-time degree course and the students are not permitted to pursue simultaneously any other course except a language course of University of Delhi. The LL.M. is a Two-year full-time course meant for those who are not employed or engaged in any trade, profession, business or occupation. The admissions to LL.B./LL.M. course are made on the basis of merit in the Entrance Test held by Delhi University.

The LLB Entrance Test Paper shall contain 175 objective-type questions with multiple choice answers relating to English Language Comprehension, Analytical Abilities, Legal Awareness and Aptitude and General Knowledge. The LLM Test Paper shall contain 175 objective-type questions with multiple choice answers relating to Constitutional Law of India, Jurisprudence, Law of Contracts (General Principles), Law of Torts, Criminal Law, Family Law of Marriage & Divorce and Public International Law (Law of Peace).

There were total 2310 seats for LLB and 100 seats for LLM course for the session 2011-12. In addition to this, there were Supernumerary Seats for Physically Handicapped /Children & Wards of Armed Forces Personnel/Foreign Nationals (135 seats for LLB and 06 seats for LLM).

The LLB Entrance Test 2012 of DU will be held on 10/06/2012 and LLM Entrance Test 2012 will be held on 17/06/2012. The application form can also be downloaded from DU website: www.du.ac.in.

The notification for LLB/LLM Entrance Test to be conducted in the year 2012 was issued on 24/04/2012. The Bulletin of Information along with the application form can be obtained from the office of the Admission Committee, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007 from 07/05/2012 (between 10.00 A.M. to 1.00 P.M.) on payment of requisite fee by way of demand draft. The last date for submission of duly filled in application form is 31/05/2012 (upto 5.00 P.M.). The interested candidates are advised to check DU website for latest news and information about LLB/ LLM Entrance Test 2012.  The candidates should refer the notification issued by DU and Information Booklet in respect of LLB/ LLM Entrance Test 2012 for further details and updated & latest information. 

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