DU Published  LLB, LLM 2020 Admission List

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DU Published  LLB, LLM 2020 Admission List

The third round admission list for the Bachelor of Legislative Law (LLB) and Master of Law (LLM) programs has been published by Delhi University (DU) on its official website. Applicants who have participated in the 2020 DU LLB entry exam and are scheduled to collect the results are recommended to review the final list on the official website.

The selected applicants for the DU LLB Third Admission List 2020 must now note that by applying the course fee before 20 December, they will have to affirm their confidence in obtaining admission. It will be after this date that the university will finalize the enrollment of students. Earlier, on 8 December, DU had announced the second admission list for LLB 2020 and selected candidates were invited to affirm their interest by 10 December 2020.

On September 9, the entrance exam for LLB 2020 was performed and on November 9, the National Testing Agency (NTA) declared the LLB merit list 2020. The DU LLB 2020 entrance exam was an analytical test in which questions were asked about basic knowledge, legal understanding, the area of study, and the English language. Under the new Faculty of Law, shortlisted applicants will be eligible to secure a seat in the three participating centers. There are the Law Center 1 (LC1), the Law Center 2 (LC2), and the Law Center Campus (CLC).

Here is the direct link to check the third admission list.

The third list mentioned as many as 39 candidates. The admission group is unreserved and the classification was made on the basis of the entry exam for DU LLB 2020. The list consists of the candidate’s name, the candidate’s form number, the roll number, the college assigned, the cumulative rank, the final entry mark, the percentage of the qualifying mark, and the grade that applies to them.

DU offers the base LLB course for three years, while the intermediate course is for five years. For the programme, the annual charge is Rs 85,000. No student or their guardian “should visit any college or university for any queries/complaints,” as stated on the official varsity website.


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