Want to become a lawyer? If yes, then you would have to study law by entering the law stream.
For that, you need to start the entrance exam preparation as early as possible, to get admission in a top college. But, which are the different entrance exams in India for law?
Here is a rundown of the same:
1. CLAT- Common Law Admission Test:
CLAT is an all India entrance test held in a rotational manner by 16 National Law Universities (NLUs) for admission to their UG and PG degree courses (LL.B. and LL.M.). A portion of the NLUs that consider CLAT scores for selection are NLSIU, NALSAR, NLU, WBNUJS, NLIU and GNLU
2. SET- Symbiosis Entrance Test:
SET alias Symbiosis Entrance Test happens to be a common written entrance exam for Under Graduate level law inductions into Symbiosis Law Schools located in Noida and Pune. The Symbiosis University offers about 300 seats for the five-year incorporated LLB admissions and 60 seats for the three-year law admissions.
Keep an eye on the entrance exam alerts for the same.
3. Law entrance exam for Delhi University:
Delhi University Law Entrance Exam is held by Delhi University for admissions to different law programs organized by the Faculty of Law Department of Delhi University for PG admissions to LLB and LLM. Look at for all subtle elements of qualification criteria, entrance test details and critical dates of Du Law Entrance Test 2015.
4. AMU Law Entrance Exam:
Aligarh Muslim University Law Entrance Examination is led by Aligarh Muslim University for B.A LLB admission 2015. Check points of interest here for Application forms that have been issued for its three study centers- additionally AMU Malappuram, AMU Aligarh, AMU Murshidabad.
5. AIL- Army Institute of Law B.A. LL.B Entrance Test:
AIL- Army Institute of Law Mohali Punjab, has welcomed applications for Entrance Test arranged and held by The Punjabi University, Patiala for Integrated BA LLB and LLM course.
These are considered to be amongst the top entrance exams for law in India.
Also, stay updated about the entrance exam syllabus from time to time.