Law courses in India are very popular among the students. In India there are various government and private law colleges/universities where one can pursue his/her study in Law. Candidates can get admission in various law courses such as LL.B, Integrated LL.B, LL.M and doctoral courses. To become a professional law graduate in India candidates can appear in various entrance exams of Law. Through this article, candidates can get detailed information on Law admission in India 2019.
The admission into B.A.LL.B. five years integrated course will be offered through 12th class marks. (not below then 45%)
There are numbers of national level and state level entrance exams though which candidates can enter in the various law courses. The candidates can appear in CLAT (Common law Admission Test), AILET (All India Law Entrance Test),RULET(Rajasthan University Law entrance test), LSAT (Law School Admission Test), etc entrance exams. Some universities conducted their own entrance test for offering admission in the Law courses such as AP LAWCET, TS LAWCET, MH CET Law and many others.