Admission to Law Colleges is provided through entrance exams such as CLAT. Candidates have to qualify for any one of the national, state and university level exams so as to secure a place in the course of LLB. Some of the colleges also rely on giving admission on the basis of merit-based qualifications.
Universities conduct entrance exams and selection is based on an aggregate of entrance exams. Candidates have to purchase the forms from the college office or download it online, if available. It is necessary to remember the application form number for avoiding any future discrepancies.
Candidates have to make sure they have the following documents with them during the Admission process, as followed:
These documents are necessarily required and students must go through all the guidelines before filling out the form.
For LLB and LLM admissions, the students have to clear the CLAT exam that is being conducted around the year. Students with 10+2 or any equivalent examination with at least 45% marks ( 40% in case of SC/ST STUDENTS ) can appear in the test. To get admission in various law courses, aspirants need to fulfil the eligibility criteria which are given by the colleges. For admission to UG law courses, candidates need to pass 10th and 12th class examinations or their equivalent with a minimum of 45% marks. However, for admission in PG courses, it is necessary to graduate in LLB courses from any recognised institution.
There are around 60 LLB Colleges in Delhi NCR. One of the main reasons for a student to opt for BA LLB Colleges in Delhi/NCR is the availability of various central/state governments as well as private firms in the city that provide employment opportunities. Out of 40 (approximately), BA LLB colleges in Delhi NCR nearly 95% are private, 4% are public/ government, and 4% are public/private.
Some of the best Government Law Colleges in Delhi are:
– Faculty of Law DU- Faculty of Law University of Delhi – NLU Delhi- National Law University – JMI New Delhi- Jamia Millia Islamia – ILI Delhi- Indian Law Institute – JNU Delhi- Jawaharlal Nehru University
After pursuing law, aspirants are not restricted and can hope to make a mark for themselves in various job profiles. Salaries earned by law graduates typically vary depending on the law specialization they choose along with the firm they want to join.
One way of gaining experience and making a name in the field of law is to join some recognisable and vulnerable law firm. Broadly speaking, a law firm is established by one or more lawyers whose primary task is to advise their clients about their legal rights and responsibilities. Apart from this legal firms, also represent their clients in business transactions as well as civil/criminal cases.
TOP RECRUITERS FOR LAW GRADUATES
A few legal firms in India which are considered top recruiters for Law graduates are:
– Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A Shroff & Co.( established in 1917)
– AZB & Partners( established in 2004)
– Khaitan & Co( established in 1911)
– Luthra & Luthra Law Offices( established in 1990)
Check the table below to know the top MBA colleges in Delhi/NCR
|College Name||NIRF Ranking 2021||NIRF Ranking 2020||Average Annual Fees|
|Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi||8||9||₹ 5.05 Lakh|
|Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT), New Delhi||26||31||₹ 7.85 Lakh|
|International Management Institute (IMI), Delhi||28||27||₹ 8.70 Lakh|
|Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi||34||34||₹ 65 Lakh|
|Fore School of Management (FSM), New Delhi||43||38||₹ 15.20 Lakh|
|Jagan Institute of Management Studies (JIMS), Rohini, Delhi||71||67||₹ 7.90 Lakh|