Entrance examinations are a common feature in India. Candidates are selected for reputed courses like MBA, Engineering, Technology and Fashion on the basis of their performance in these tests. And, as law is another competitive field, many colleges/ universities conduct separate entrance exams to shortlist prospective candidates. The patterns and eligibility criteria for a large number of law entrance tests in India are pretty similar.

Eligibility Criteria for Law Entrance Test in India

A set of eligibility parameters has been designed to shortlist the best from the thousands of applicants. Generally, candidates who want to take admission in postgraduate law diploma programs (not including the Labour Law) need to hold a bachelor’s degree from a recognized university/ institution. For admission to Labor Law, applicants need to be MA in Social Sciences or should hold a law degree.

Further, Master of Business Laws, Master of Law – Human Rights Law and Master of Law – Business Law are some of the noted postgraduate courses in this discipline. Candidates who are seeking admission to LLB courses through the competitive exams should hold a bachelor’s or postgraduate degree with not less than 50% marks or equivalent grade. LLB degree holders can sit for the law entrance exam to get admission to LLM program.

The eligibility criteria for undergraduate courses in law slightly differ from the postgraduate programs. Applicants looking for admission to bachelor’s degree need to pass 10+2 examination or equivalent with at least 50% marks from a recognized college/ university. For reserve category candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC, the minimum requirement is 45% marks.

Following are the exams for Law Entrance.