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Kerala LLB 2022 Eligibility Criteria

Updated By Disha Assawa on 18 Apr, 2022 14:53

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Kerala LLB Entrance Examination Eligibility Criteria 2022 (3-Year & 5-Year LLB)

The Kerala LLB entrance examination 2022 eligibility criteria are prescribed by the CEE. The basic eligibility criteria for the applicants of the Kerala LLB entrance examination for 3 years course is that the applicant must be 10+2 qualified. In the case of the applicants of the Kerala LLB entrance examination 5 years (Integrated) programme, the candidate will have to be a graduate. If the applicants of the 5-year course are postgraduate, they are considered eligible to apply for this examination. 

Kerala 3-Year LLB Entrance Exam 2022 Eligibility Criteria

The Kerala LLB entrance examination is held for the applicants who wish to pursue 3 years LLB Entrance Examination. They need to meet the eligibility criteria stated below.

Eligibility Criteria for Domicile Candidates

The candidate must be an Indian. But only the applicants whose origin is in Kerala are actually eligible to apply for this examination.

Academic Qualification

  • Applicants applying for this course must be a graduate in any of the courses from the University of Kerala or any other Institute or University which is recognised by the University Kerala.

  • Candidates who want to apply must have earned 45% in the aggregate in graduation. Applicants belonging to Economically backward classes must score 42% and other backward classes such as Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe just need 40% to be eligible to apply for this examination. 

  • Candidates who earned first class in graduation and post-graduation courses through distance or correspondence method of Education.

  • Applicants who completed graduation and post-graduation from an open university would not be eligible for the academic qualification. 

  • Applicants who have appeared or are appearing for the qualifying examination are eligible to apply for the entrance eligibility examination. Such applicants can apply through provisional certificate and marks of all the certificates. 

Age Criteria

There is no lower limit of age for admission to the 3 year LLB course. The upper age limit for students is decided by the Honorable Supreme Court. 

  • Total Number of Seats in Kerala 3 year LLB Entrance Exam 2022

  • The total number of seats is calculated on the basis of the 4 government colleges and also some private self-financing law colleges

Reservation of Seats

Persons with Disabilities :

5% of the seats are reserved for all persons with physical disabilities in all Government colleges. 

Special Reservation :

  • One seat in the four government colleges has to be reserved.  The reserved categories are ex-servicemen, Children of ex-servicemen, blind candidates, sports quota, ex-paramilitary personnel. 

  • One seat in Govt. Law college Ernakulam will be reserved for candidates from Lakshadweep

  • Two seats will be reserved for the NCC quota. One seat reserved in each of the government colleges of Kozhikode and Thiruvananthapuram.

Mandatory Reservation: 

There are several categories of mandatory reservation such as 

  • State Merit reservation is 60% and for Socially and educationally backward, the reservation is 30%. For Scheduled Caste and Scheduled tribe, the reservation is 10%

Kerala 5-Year LLB 2022 Eligibility Criteria

Kerala 5 year (Integrated) LLB Entrance Exam 2022 Eligibility Criteria

The Kerala LLB entrance examination is held for the applicants who wish to pursue 5-years (Integrated) LLB Entrance Examination must satisfy all the Kerala LLB entrance examination 2022 eligibility criteria. All the applicants before applying for this examination must check the  Kerala LLB entrance examination eligibility criteria in order to be eligible to apply. 

  • The candidate must be an Indian. But only the applicants whose origin is in Kerala are actually eligible to apply for this examination.
  • Applicants must have qualified the higher secondary examination from the board of Higher secondary education Kerala or any other qualifying examination from the any recognized University of Kerala. 

  • Candidates must have qualified the 10+2 schooling course from any recognised institute of the State or Central Government. Candidates who secure 1st class in the +12 are eligible to apply for this examination. 

  • Applicants who are appearing or already appeared for the qualifying examination will be eligible to apply for this examination. But such candidates will have to produce pass certificates. 

  • Candidates must have qualified the last qualifying examination with at least 45% marks. 

  • Applicants belonging to Economically backward classes must score 42% and other backward classes such as Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe just need 40% to be eligible to apply for this examination.

Age Criteria

  • Candidates must be 17 years old. The upper age limit for the applicants of this examination is up to the discretion of the Honorable Supreme Court. 

Reservation of Seats

The total number of seats is calculated basis the 4 government colleges and also some private self-financing law colleges. 

Persons with Disabilities:

5% of the seats are reserved for all persons with physical disabilities in all Government colleges. 

Special Reservation :

  • One seat in the four government colleges has to be reserved.  The reserved categories are ex-servicemen, Children of ex-servicemen, blind candidates, sports quota, ex-paramilitary personnel. 

  • One seat in Govt. Law college Ernakulam will be reserved for candidates from Lakshadweep

  • One seat is reserved in all the government law colleges and 5 seats in self-financing law colleges will keep seats reserved for NCC quota. One seat reserved in each of the government colleges of Kozhikode and Thiruvananthapuram.

Mandatory Reservation:

There are several categories of mandatory reservation such as 

  • State Merit reservation is 60% and for Socially and educationally backward, the reservation is 30%. For Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe, the reservation is 10%

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