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Colleges Offering Admission in Law Courses Based on Class 12 Marks

Sukriti Vajpayee
Sukriti VajpayeeUpdated On: January 21, 2021

Are you hunting for law colleges that give admission based on class 12 marks? If yes, you have landed on the correct page. Find out all the details of colleges offering admission in law courses through the class 12 percentage.

Law Admissions Based on Class 12 Marks

The number of students in India who wish to pursue their higher studies in the field of law increases every year. There are many courses in law in which students are interested to take admission and they try to find the best college for themselves which suits all of their requirements. Due to the outbreak of the coronavirus in the nation which was followed by several nationwide lockdowns in an attempt to contain the virus, the education sector has witnessed a drastic change. The admissions of 2020-21 were impacted directly because of the pandemic and its effects seem to continue for the academic session of 2021-22 as well.

This has become a significant concern for students, especially those who are to enrol as first-year students in colleges this year. Instead of wasting a year or risking their safety or future, it is advised that students secure their admission in private colleges. This will help students in many ways, primarily in ensuring that they do not waste time and their education is not hampered by the chaotic circumstances under which the nation is reeling right now. There are many top law colleges in India that invite applications from students and conduct their admission process based on merit. These colleges provide several diverse courses from which candidates can choose the programme which is best suited for them.

The candidates who do not wish to appear for a law entrance exam and are looking for alternatives such as colleges that provide admission on the basis of class 12th marks can find many private law colleges in India for this purpose. This article provides a list of some leading universities in India which give admission to its law courses through the class 12th marks of applicants. All of these universities have been recognised and approved by the concerned agencies like the University Grants Commission (UGC), the Bar Council of India (BCI), etc.

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Law Colleges Offering Admission Through Class 12 MarksEligibility Criteria for Law Admission through Class 12 Marks
Selection Process for Law Admission through Class 12 Marks-

List of Colleges Offering Admission to Law Courses Through Class 12 Marks

The table given below provides a list of some leading law schools in India that provide admissions on the basis of class 12 marks. These institutes have an impressive placement record as well as great infrastructural facilities. The interested candidates can also find the location of the college, the courses offered (including the integrated law courses), and the fee structure for each programme.

Name of the University

Location

Law Courses Offered

Fee Structure (approximately)

Bhai Gurdas Group Of Institutions

Sangrur, Punjab

BA LLB

Rs. 1.6 lakhs per annum

LLB

Rs. 1.5 lakhs per annum

Dr. K.N. Modi University

Newai, Tonk, Rajasthan

BA LLB

Rs. 30,000 per annum

LLB

Rs. 30,000 per annum

LLM

Rs. 60,000 per annum

Teerthanker Mahaveer University

Moradabad, Uttar Pradesh

BA LLB

Rs. 3.1 lakhs per annum

BBA LLB

Rs. 3.1 lakhs per annum

B.Com LLB

Rs. 3.1 lakhs per annum

JECRC University

Jaipur, Rajasthan

BA LLB

Rs. 1 lakh per annum

B.Com LLB

Rs. 1 lakh per annum

B.Sc LLB

Rs. 1 lakh per annum

BBA LLB

Rs. 1 lakh per annum

LLM

Rs. 1 lakh per annum

Sandip University

Nashik, Maharashtra

BA LLB

Rs. 65,000 per annum

BBA LLB

Rs. 65,000 per annum

LLB

Rs. 55,000 per annum

LLM (One Year)

Rs. 60,000 per annum

LLM (Two Years)

Rs. 32,000 per annum

Amity University

Several Campuses

BA LLB

Rs. 1 - 1.4 lakhs per annum

B.Com LLB

Rs. 1 - 1.4 lakhs per annum

B.Sc LLB

Rs. 1 - 1.4 lakhs per annum

BBA LLB

Rs. 1 - 1.4 lakhs per annum

BCA LLB

Rs. 0.94 lakhs per annum

LLB

Rs. 0.62 - 1.2 lakhs per annum

LLM

Rs. 0.70 lakhs per annum

KL University (KLU), Guntur

Guntur, Andhra Pradesh

BBA LLB

Rs. 1.2 lakhs per annum

LLB

Rs. 1.3 lakhs per annum

LLM

Rs. 95,000 per annum

Sage University

Indore, Madhya Pradesh

BA LLB

Rs. 60,000 per annum

BBA LLB

Rs. 60,000 per annum

LLB

Rs. 50,000 per annum

LLM

Rs. 50,000 per annum

Alliance University

Bangalore, Karnataka

BA LLB

Rs. 2.4 lakhs per annum

BBA LLB

Rs. 2.4 lakhs per annum

Lovely Professional University

Jalandhar, Punjab

BA LLB

Rs. 1.96 lakhs per annum

B.Com LLB

Rs. 1.96 lakhs per annum

BBA LLB

Rs. 1.96 lakhs per annum

LLB

Rs. 1.56 lakhs per annum

LLM

Rs. 1.56 lakhs per annum

Note:

  • LPU also conducts its own entrance exam called LPUNEST for admission to all of its courses.
  • The fee structure given here is only the tuition fee for each course. Additional charges for hostels, exam fee, etc. are likely to be included.

Also Read:Top Distance Learning Courses Offered in Law Stream: Fees, Colleges, Career Scope

Eligibility Criteria for Law Admission through Class 12 Marks

Every law aspirant seeking admission to a law college that selects students on the basis of their class 12th marks must first check the eligibility criteria for the programme in which they wish to be enrolled. The colleges are quite strict with their admission policies and they reject the application forms of any student who does not qualify all the prerequisites for the particular course which he/ she has applied for. The basic eligibility criteria set by most of these universities have been listed below. However, students are advised to check if any university has a separate list of conditions for providing admission.

  • The student must have completed education up to the higher secondary level (class 12th) in the regular mode.
  • It is essential that the candidate clears class 12 from a school that is affiliated to a recognised central or state board of education.
  • The applicant must have received passing marks in the exams of all the subjects that he/ she has at the 10 + 2 level.
  • The aggregate score of the student must not be less than 45%.
  • Candidates belonging to the reserved categories are given certain relaxation in the aggregate overall score.
  • Students from all streams and disciplines are allowed to apply for the law programmes offered at these universities.

Selection Process for Law Admission through Class 12 Marks

The selection process used by these universities for shortlisting the applicants has been provided below.

  • The commencement of the selection process of each of these universities happens after the application process is over.
  • The eligible applicants are sent e-mails and text message alerts, notifying them the details of the further rounds.
  • Each university uses different methods of conducting the counselling process.
  • Once the students have registered themselves for the counselling process, they are allotted seats in the courses they have applied for after considering their class 12 marks.
  • Preference is given to candidates who have a higher aggregate score in class 12th.
  • As soon as all the seats are filled, the institute closes the process and gives students a few days' time to pay the admission fee and secure their admission.
  • A waiting list is also released once the first round of counselling is over.
  • If there are any vacant seats after the last date of admission fee submission, candidates from the waiting list are called for admission.

Also Read:Career Options After Law in India - All You Need to Know

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