DU LLB 2017 – The Delhi University (DU) 2017 LLB admit card has been released. A link to download DU Law admit card is provided in this page for the convenience of candidates. The DU LLB entrance test is scheduled to be held on July 02, 2017 in offline mode. The scores will be accepted by the three law centres of Du, namely Campus Law Centre, Law Centre I and Law Centre II for admission to a total of 2611 LLB seats. The University of Delhi Law faculty is among the reputed centres of education and every year, thousands of aspirants apply. Go through this page for more details on DU LLB 2017 entrance exam, important dates, admit card, test pattern, syllabus, result, cutoff, etc. Also, download the DU Law entrance test admit card from this page.
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The notification for DU LLB application process has been released. Law aspirants applying for DU Law entrance exam must make sure that they get familiar with the dates. Once the candidates become familiar with the DU LLB schedule, they won’t miss any deadline. Check the table below for the list of DU LLB important dates 2017.
|DU LLB Important Dates 2017|
|1.||Notification of test||May 13, 2017|
|2.||Commencement of online Application form||June 12, 2017 (Date was shifted from May 31 and June 7)|
|3.||Conclusion of Application process||June 20, 2017 (Date was shifted from June 22)|
|4.||Availability of Admit Card||June 27, 2017|
|5.||Entrance test to be held on||July 02, 2017 (4:00 pm to 6:00 pm)|
|6.||DU LLB Result & Score Card||First week of July 2017|
|7.||DU LLB Merit List||First week of July 2017|
|8.||Commencement of counselling rounds and allotment of seats||First week of July 2017|
|9.||Conclusion of counselling rounds and seat allotment||Last week of September 2017|
DU LLB 2017 General Facts
The law aspirants can check some of the general facts about DU LLB 2017 from below –
- Exam name – University of Delhi Bachelors of Law Entrance Exam
- Abbreviated name – DU LLB Entrance Exam
- Exam type – Undergraduate
- Exam level – National
- Exam mode – Offline
- Conducting authority – Faculty of Law, University of Law
- Total number of seats offered – 2611
- Last year’s number of applicants – 25,000 (approximately)
- Number of test-takers – More than 18000
Before the candidates start with the application process, they are advised to check the eligibility criteria of DU LLB entrance exam. If the candidates fail to meet any of the eligibility norms, then they will be disqualified from the exam. The candidates with a bachelor degree from any recognized University with 50 % aggregate marks can apply for DU LLB 2017. However, it must be noted that the eligibility norms of the various category of the candidates will vary from each other. There is a total of 2310 seats and 301 supernumerary seats for the LLB programme across the three centres of the University.
The law aspirants preparing for DU LLB 2017, must make sure that they fill in the application form before the last date. The DU LLB application process will be online and the candidates can access the form from this article. In order to register for the entrance test, first, the candidates must register for the test. Only after successful registration, the candidates will be able to access the application form. In the application form, the applicants must make sure that they fill in the correct details and upload the required image of photograph and signature. Any error in the entered details may lead to cancellation of the candidature.
DU LLB Application Fee 2017
To conclude the application process, the candidates must make sure that they make the application fee payment. Details about the application fee are expected to be announced in the notification of the test. Last year, the application fee was Rs. 500/- (SC/ST: Rs. 250/-). The candidates can make the payment online b using their card credentials.
Note: After the payment of the application fee, the candidates won’t be able to update or make any changes in the application form. Also, the application fee of DU LLB 2017 is non-refundable.
DU LLB Reservation 2017
As mentioned above, there is a total of 2310 seats and 301 supernumerary seats reserved for the Physically Handicapped (PH), Children Wards of Armed Forces Personnel (CW) and Foreign Nationals (FN). The score of DU LLB will be accepted by 3 different centres of the University. The reservation norms will b according to the norms of the Government of India. The candidates who fall under the reserved category must make sure that indicate their category in the application form.
DU LLB Participating Institutes
After the announcement of the result, the DU LLB scores will be accepted by three centres of the University, which are –
- Campus Law Centre (CLC)
- Law Centre – I
- Law Centre – II
DU LLB Exam Centres 2017
While filling in the application form, the candidates are required to select the option for the Examination Centre. It must be noted that the exam centre option will be visible to the courses having an Entrance exam. Details about the exam centres will be available after the release of the exam notification.
The candidates who have submitted the completed application form before the end date has been issued the admit card. The hall ticket is an important document and the candidates must make sure that they carry the same on the day of the exam. If the candidates fail to produce the hall ticket to the exam invigilator, then they will not be allowed to enter the exam hall and write the exam. The hall ticket of DU LLB will contain information about the candidate as well as of the exam. The admit card of DU LLB 2017 will be available only in online mode. The candidates are advised to keep the hall ticket safe even after the conduct of the test.
The law aspirants applying for DU LLB must make sure that they are familiar with the test pattern. The DU LLB exam pattern will help the candidates to understand the structure of the question paper. The DU LLB question booklet will contain 175 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) and the candidates will be provided 120 minutes to complete the test. The total marks of the test will be 700 and for each correct answer, the candidates will be awarded 4 marks and -1 for each incorrect answer. DU LLB entrance exam will be held in a paper-based mode.
The syllabus of DU LLB 2017 will help the candidates to understand the various topics and sub-topics of the test. With the help of the syllabus of DU LLB, the candidates can avoid wasting time on other topics. The question booklet will contain MCQs on various topics, which are –
- English Language Comprehension
- Analytical Abilities
- Legal Awareness & Aptitude
- General Knowledges
After going through the various topics and sub-topics of the syllabus, the candidates can start practicing the DU LLB 2017 sample papers and old question papers. After solving these old question papers and sample papers of DU LLB, the candidates are advised to analyze the test. With the help of the analysis after solving, the candidates will get to know their strengths and weaknesses. The candidates can start working on their weak areas to excel in the exam.
The DU LLB 2017 result will be available only in online mode and the candidates can access the same from this article. The result will furnish the candidate’s roll number, name, category, marks, category-wise and overall rank. The result will be in a .PDF format and the candidates must download the same. Soon after the announcement of the result of DU LLB, the merit list will be released.
It is necessary for the candidates to score the minimum cutoff marks of DU LLB 2017. The cutoff scores are the minimum marks that the candidates must obtain in order to get shortlisted for the counselling rounds. Based on various factors, the University will prepare the cutoff scores of the test. The candidates can expect the DU LLB cutoff 2017 to be similar to that of the previous year.
The shortlisted candidates are required to attend the counselling rounds of DU LLB. Here, the candidates are required to physically report to the exam centre and carry the required documents. The candidates who fail to produce the required documents won’t be able to participate further in the admission process. The seats will be allotted on the basis of the candidate’s score and preference of centre. After the allotment of the centre and seats, the candidates won’t be able to change their centre.