BHU LLB Eligibility Criteria 2017 – The eligibility norms for BHU LLB entrance exam are the minimum requirements that a candidate must have to be eligible to appear or take admission into the law programmes of the University. If the candidates fail to meet any of the criteria, then their candidature will be cancelled. Therefore, the candidates are advised to check the eligibility norms of the test before they start with the application process. The eligibility norms for the BA LLB and LLB programmes will vary from each other. Also, there will be relaxation for the candidates applying under the reserved categories. Know more about the BHU LLB eligibility criteria 2017 from the article below.
BHU LLB Eligibility Criteria 2017
Before the candidates start with the registration of BHU LLB 2017, they must make sure that they are eligible for the programme. The candidates who will fail to meet the eligibility norms will have their candidature cancelled in the document verification rounds. Also, the candidates applying under the reserved categories must make sure that they produce the required documents to support their reservation and enjoy the benefits.
It must be noted that the application fee is non-refundable. Also, the candidates must check carefully the eligibility norms of the subjects they are applying. The eligibility criteria for BHU LLB will differ from BA LLB programmes.
BHU Eligibility Criteria for LLB programmes: The eligibility norms for LLB course are
- The candidate must be a graduate in B.A./B.Sc./B.Com/Shastri (at least 10+2+3).
- The minimum aggregate mark for graduation is 50%.
- The candidates must have completed their graduation from a University/secondary board or equivalent recognized by the government of India.
BHU Eligibility Criteria for BA LLB programmes: The eligibility norms for the BA LLB programmes of BHU are
- The candidates must have passed their Senior Secondary School (10 + 2) or equivalent from a recognized board or University.
- The candidates must score a minimum of 50% (OBC: 45% & SC/ST: 40%) as aggregate marks in the qualifying exam.
- The candidates who have passed the qualifying exam via distance education or open universities are not eligible for the test.
Note: The candidates who are in the final year of the qualifying exams are also eligible to apply for BHU Undergraduate Entrance Test (UET) 2017.
Banaras Hindu University will be conducting the Undergraduate Entrance Test for admission into various undergraduate courses. The law aspirants can apply for UET for admission into the LLB and BA LLB programmes of the Institute. The test will be held in a pen-paper based mode and will be held across various Indian cities. The test will contain 150 MCQs and the candidates are required to complete the test within 120 minutes (2 hours). Notification for the test will be announced soon and the registration is expected to be announced in the last week of January 2017. With the commencement of the registration process, the law aspirants can apply for the test from this article after going through the eligibility norms.