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TSLAWCET 2016 Date Announced
The Telangana Common Law Entrance Test (TSLAWCET) 2016 exam dates have been announced. The exam is scheduled to be held on May 24. The exam will be conducted by the Kakatiya University, Warangal on behalf of Telangana State Council of Higher Education (TSCHE), Hyderabad.
This exam is held for providing admissions in LLB (three/five years) and LLM courses, respectively, offered at universities in Telangana State and also their affiliated colleges.
Eligibility criteria for
Three year LL.B course
The interested candidates should be holding any graduation degree (10 plus 2 plus 3 pattern) with 45 per cent aggregate marks from a recognised university, or any other examination recognised as equivalent by the universities concerned. If any candidate secured less than 45 per cent in graduation, he/she should have passed any additional graduation or post graduation course with 45 per cent marks.
Five year LL.B. course
The interested candidates should have passed the two-year intermediate examination (Class 12 pattern) with 45 per cent aggregate marks, or any other examination recognised as equivalent by the university concerned or by the Board of Intermediate Education, T.S. and Bar Council of India.
The paper is held in two languages, namely English and Telugu. The test is designed to evaluate the candidate's ability and aptitude to pursue the study of Law. There will be a total of 120 questions and the duration of the same will be 90 minutes. Maximum marks will be 120.
Part A: Consists of 30 questions, carrying 30 marks (General knowledge and Mental ability).
Part B: Consists of 30 questions, carrying 30 marks (Current affairs).
Part C: Consists of 60 questions, carrying 60 marks (Aptitude for the study of law).
Exam Date: 19th May, 2015
Results Date: 5th June, 2015 at 2:30 pm
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