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How many marks should I get in CLAT 2021 to join BA LLB course at Damodara Sanjeevayya Law College?

- geethesh reddy kUpdated On August 26, 2021 05:47 PM

Dear Student,

To take admission in the BA LLB course at Damodara Sanjeevayya Law College, you are required to meet the CLAT cutoff 2021. Since, the exam is scheduled to be held on June 13, 2021, you can check out the expected cutoff for the course below.

CategoryExpected Closing Rank
General1600
GC-AP7689
General NCC-AP*9400
General PWD*52410
EWS-AP W-AP15921
EWS1731
EWS-AP15848
SC-AP20769
SC-AP W-AP24593
BC-C-AP W-AP29647
BC-B-AP12145
BC-D-AP W-AP12430
BC-E-AP24227
BC-A-AP W-AP11777
ST-AP27300
ST-AP W-AP27217

Also, check out the previous year's CLAT cutoff for Damodara Sanjeevayya Law College!

You can also take Admission to Law Colleges Despite a Low Rank in CLAT. To explore more colleges accepting CLAT score, either dial the helpline number 1800-572-9877 (toll-free) or fill the Common Application Form. You can also write back more queries in the QnA zone.

Thank You

- Samiksha RautelaAnswered on March 30, 2021 02:47 PM
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If you want to pursue Law courses, no university is best than LPU. I am saying this from my personal experience that you will love to spend time here learning the things because the way they are imparting education is commendable. Let me give you few highlights for the same. The School of Law is governed and regulated by the Bar Council of India (BCI), and BCI also provides its curriculum. Students have experienced internships at various High Courts, law firms, law chambers, commissions, corporate houses, and NGOs. LPU provides Experiential learning by Regular Open House Discussions to generate awareness about contemporary issues to identify corresponding legal challenges and implications. Effective learning, according to LPU, occurs outside of the classroom. As a result, students are motivated to augment their classroom learning by engaging in specially organized moot court and debate competitions. Moot Court contests held around the country have rewarded LPU Law students with awards. Moot court tournaments have also been held at the university on a national level. In addition, the department invites eminent guest lecturers from the legal profession, such as Advocate Rajiv Kumar, Advocate-On-Record (Supreme Court of India), to talk and encourage future lawyers. The aim of these guest lectures is to familiarise students with the intricacies of legal discourse. The School of Law is also known for hosting prestigious national and international conferences on a regular basis to provide academic support to students. In November 2017, LPU hosted the National Conference on Cyber Law and IT Security. Coming to the placements, LPU grooms the students for a successful professional career by offering soft skills classes that offer guidance on how to face interviews, dress code, preparing an impressive resume. Professional grooming combined with strong academics has helped our students to get internships and placements with companies like MAP Legal Corporation, Manupatra & Co, Integrity Associates, LEGASIS, Thomson Reuters, Chandigarh Bottle, and Distilleries, Sumati Legal Corporation, SNT Control Limited, JLL India Limited, etc. The Alumni are working as Judicial officers, Legal practitioners, and Corporate advisors, and Civil servants. I hope this helps!! Thanks

- AnshikaAnswered on July 23, 2021 06:30 PM
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I am not quite aware of BA LLB course at Damodara Sanjeevayya Law College but the law programs in LPU are approved by Bar Council of India, School of Law is one of the best Law colleges in India and Punjab. To get direct admission BA LLB in Top Colleges, you should have qualified 10+2 or equivalent examination with at least 50% marks. Intermediate passed candidates can apply for an integrated course in law. The selection of the candidates is offered through written tests and interviews. But it varies from University to University. One of the pros of pursuing BA LLB is the learning opportunities that prepare you to pursue a law profession in the corporate sector. Corporate sectors also include various distinguished law firms as well, where a graduate may receive a lucrative package. Although there are various Universities that offer this course, But I must advise one can go for University that offers this course with varies exposure, i.e. Lovely Professional University. For taking admission in LPU, students need to qualify in LPUNEST Exam. LPUNEST (Lovely Professional University National Eligibility & Entrance and Scholarship Test) is a National Level test conducted by LPU in Online Proctored mode this year. For more details, visit the LPU Website.

- AvtarAnswered on July 24, 2021 01:03 PM
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LPU is Approved by Bar Council of India, for operating a Law Discipline in the university. LPU is one of the best Law colleges in India and Punjab. LPU students are groomed for bright professional careers by providing wide range of exposure to theoretical as well as practical aspects of law. The discipline organizes international conferences, visits by nationally acclaimed law practitioners to allow the students gain skills and experience in the field of law. Students get real-time experiences through moot court competitions organized at national and international levels. Students are groomed through internship exposure and individual-oriented mentoring for a bright career in legal arena. The students have interned in reputed law firms and under High Court judges of different states. Special career counseling led by industry experts and members of academia is held for students who register for placements to determine their niche area of interest in the legal field. At School of Law, students are exposed to listen and share pearls of wisdom from eminent persons who come from higher judiciary, academia and industry. Notably, Honble Justice Sh. Raj Shekhar Attri (Judge, Punjab and Haryana High Court) and Honble Justice AHMD Nawaz (Honble Judge, Court of Appeal, Sri Lanka and Dr. Arti Puri (Eminent Academician) interacted with students through conference, guest lecture and workshop activities. Judgments of superior courts in India serve as precedents and constitute an indispensable part of the study of a law. Special emphasis is put on imparting case law techniques involving detailed analysis of a case. There is Moot Court Training to Arm Law Students for Facing Legal Challenges. There are debating and quiz clubs Students are also taken to courts in the state including High Court at Chandigarh, Supreme Court of India at New Delhi and Police Training Academy to familiarize students with first-hand account of policing and investigation techniques.

- RomaAnswered on August 26, 2021 05:47 PM
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