Law Entrance Exams
This page is made to inform you about the Law Entrance Exams. Candidates who want to make their career in legal profession are required to crack the Entrance Exams for admission to Bachelor/Master of Laws Degree Courses. Here on this page we are providing the information concerning to Dates Calendar, Schedule, Application Form 2016 of all Law Entrance Exams 2016.
Law Entrance Exams
|Exam Name||Form Availability|
|AIL Law Entrance Test (LET)||June 2016|
|CLAT Application Form||January 2016|
|All India Law Entrance Test (AILET)||April/ May 2016|
|Common Law Admission Test (CLAT)||May 2016|
|Calcutta University BA LLB Entrance Exam||September 2016|
|Delhi University LLB / LLM||March 2016|
|GITAM Law Admission Test (GLAT)||April 2016|
|Law Common Entrance Test (LAWCET)||May 2016|
|Mumbai University Common Law Entrance Test( MUCLET)||May 2016|
|Rajasthan University Law Entrance Test (RULET)||April 2016|
|UL-SAT (UPES Law Studies Aptitute Test)||April 2016|
|LSAT India Application Form||May 2016|
|SET Application Form||April 2016|
|DU Law Entrance Exam||May 2016|
|AP LAWCET Application Form||May 2016|
There are many entrance exams for the candidates who are aspire with this profession such as CLAT, AILET, SET and many more. These entrance examinations are conducted for admission into respected Law colleges. Law schools offer boundless opportunities, but provide limited seats. Candidates you have to clear the major law entrance exams to get admission in their desire college.
A career in the legal profession can be intellectually challenging, personally fulfilling and financially rewarding. Law is one of the popular career choices in our country for a long time. Candidates who want to make their career in this profession must have to fill the application form and clear Law Entrance Exams.
Eligibility for Law Entrance Exams 2016
- Applicants must have passed Higher Secondary School/Intermediate Examination (10+2) or its equivalent examination with not less than 50% marks in aggregate (45% in case of SC/ST/OBC and persons with Disability) for graduate courses and LLB/LLM Degree for post graduate courses.
- Age of the appliers should not above 20 years (in case of General/OBC candidates and 22 years in case of SC/ST and PWD).
- If candidates have any compartment/supplementary in any subject in the qualifying examination will not be eligible for admission.
Way of the selection for admission
Conducting bodies of the Law entrance exams consider scores of the exam for admissions to their under graduate programmes or post graduate programmes. So, candidates have to score qualifying marks, set for the admission in any law colleges.
Career opportunities in law
There are various career options after law courses such as advocate, Working as a legal adviser, working as a Solicitor general or public Prosecutor or offer services to government department and ministries. Besides of these options there are more opportunities in which you start their career after a LAW qualification.
- Law firm (Associate)
- MNC (Legal officer)
- Govt agency
- Judicial exams
- Bank, Legal dept
Litigation is the best option if you want to learn basics of this profession and after 2-3 years you can join any MNC as well.
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