Admission Eligibility

arrowB.A.L.L.B. ( 5- Year Full Time Course)

(Approved by : Bar Council of India, New Delhi)

(Affiliated to : Uttarakhand Technical University, Dehradun)

 Five Year Integrated Course and its Benefits :
B.A. LL.B Five Years’ Integrated Course has been adopted with the objective of saving one full year of students who are keen to become law   graduates.After successful completion of first two years, a degree of B.A. (Law) is awarded and thereafter three years are devoted to obtain of law as   against a total of six years. Thus saving one full year.


arrow L.L.B. ( 3- Year Full Time Course)

(Approved by : Bar Council of India, New Delhi)

(Affiliated to : Uttarakhand Technical University, Dehradun)


 A graduate/post graduate in any discipline of knowledge with at least 45% marks in case of General category and 40% marks in case of SC/ST, from   any University established by an Act of Parliament or by a State Legislature or an equivalent national institution recognized as Deemed to be University   or a foreign university recognized as equivalent to the status of an Indian university by an authority competent to declare equivalence, may apply for   admission in   the First semester of Three Years Degree Programme in Law in this university.

 An applicant who has successfully completed Senior Secondary School course or equivalent course from a Senior Secondary Board or equivalent   constituted or recognized by a State Government or from any equivalent institution from a foreign country recognized by the government of that country   for the purpose of issue of qualifying certificate on successful completion of the course with at least 45% marks in case of General category and 40% in   case of SC/ST, may apply for and be admitted into the Centres of Legal Education to obtain the integrated degree in law with a degree in any other subject   as the first degree in this University.

The candidates who have obtained First Degree Certificate after prosecuting studies in Distance/ Correspondence mode shall also be eligible for   admission in the Three Year LL.B programme.

 Any candidate who has obtained 10+2 or graduation/post graduation through Open University system directly without having any basic qualification for   prosecuting such studies are not eligible for admission in the law courses.

 No candidate shall be permitted to simultaneously register for a Law Degree programme with any other graduate or post-graduate or certificate course   run by this university or any other university or an institute for academic or professional learning excepting in the integrated degree programme of this   university. However, candidates can pursue short term part time course on language, computer science or computer application of an institute or any   course run by Centre for Distance Learning of a University.

 In order to get admission in the Three Year Degree Course in Law and Five Year Integrated Degree Course, a General Category candidate must   obtain minimum 45% of total marks in the qualifying examination and in case of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe candidates the minimum marks   must not be below 40% of the total marks. However, the minimum qualifying marks shall not automatically entitle a candidate to get admission into an   institution but only shall entitle a candidate who fulfills other institutional criteria notified by the institution, university or by the government concerned   from time to time to apply for admission.

LL.B. (5 Years Integrated/ 3 Years) degree/ equivalent from a recognized
University, with at least 55% marks or more for General Category candidates and
50 % percent mark for reserved categories. Candidates appearing in the qualifying
examination, however, can appear provisionally, subject to the production of
necessary qualification papers before or at the time of counseling session. The
university reserves the rights to relax the minimum qualifying marks for admission
to LL.M programme to the extent of 5% in deserving cases of each category.
a) A Master’s Degree Programme in Law shall comprise of a number of
courses and / or other components as specified in the Teaching and
Examination and Syllabi as approved by the Academic Council.
b) LL.M. Programme shall be of one year duration. Emphasis shall be placed
on research preparation for academic and scholarly assignments for
aspirants. The minimum period required for completion of a programme
shall be the programme duration as specified in the Scheme of Teaching and
Examination and Syllabi.
c) The maximum permissible period for completing a LL.M. is 3 years from
the date of registration/admission.