Nupur Kaushik Updated On: 20 Aug, 2018 16:57 IST
Sri Krishnadevaraya University, on behalf of the APSCHE (short for Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education), sets the eligibility norms for AP LAWCET. The AP LAWCET eligibility norms prescribe the minimum educational qualifications and age limit required for pursuing the 3-year LLB and 5-year integrated BA/ B.Com LLB programmes.
Candidates have to meet the following criteria to be eligible for AP LAWCET 2018:
Candidates should be Indian nationals and satisfy local/non-local status requirements as per Andhra Pradesh Education Institutions Order, 1974.
Non-Indian nationals may also apply if they satisfy rules of the concerned Universities.
There is no upper age limit for AP LAWCET 2018.
For the 5-year LLB programme, the minimum age of candidates at the time of the examination must be 17 years.
For the 3-year LLB programme, the minimum age of candidates at the time of the examination must be 21 years.
Eligibility Norms for 5-year LLB Programme:
Candidates should have passed Class 12 or equivalent examination from any recognised state or central board.
Candidates belonging to General/OBC category should have a minimum of 45% marks in aggregate in the qualifying examination.
Candidates belonging to SC /ST category should have a minimum of 40% aggregate in the qualifying examination.
Eligibility Norms for 3-year LLB Programme:
Candidates should have a Bachelor’s degree of minimum three years duration in any subject from a State or Central university.
Minimum of 45% marks for General/ OBC category candidates and 40% marks for SC/ ST category candidates in the qualifying examination.
Candidates who are in the last year of college can apply for the programme if they meet other eligibility norms.