Now days with the increase in number of students pursuing law may be graduation or post graduation courses students take help of coaching classes to get admissions into the top universities of India. The law entrance coaching undertaken by the students serves a guidance tool as to what to study, how to study, how to perform. The coaching institutes have experienced faculties who are qualified to train the students. These institutes are equipped with updated study materials that cover the entire syllabus of the exams conducted every year. The results of the institute are most important in deciding the performance of the students. There are various national and state level entrance exams conducted by various universities every year for admissions of students into the 3 year law programme or 5 year law programme. The coaching institutes prepare the students to crack the particular entrance competitive exams; so that students can choose the coaching centres according to the entrance exams they wish to appear. The syllabus of the entrance exams are different for different universities and is set by the universities themselves and is updated every year, therefore the coaching centres also need to update the syllabus accordingly for the students.
These centres conducts mock test regularly along with live lectures of the experienced faculties together with helping the students to know their strength and weakness and work on the weakness thereby giving personal attention to each of them.
Apply for Admissions into the best universities of India – crack the entrance exams.
University of Delhi conducts entrance exams annually for the admissions into 3 year law course in faculty of law. DU LLB entrance exams applications are available in online mode and the exams are conducted in offline mode through six centres in India namely Delhi, Jammu, Nagpur, Varanasi, Bangalore, Kolkata. The level of exams conducted is with moderate difficulty level. Approximately 15000 students appear for the entrance exams for its three participating institute namely Campus law centre, law centre 1, law centre II for seats totally to 2611 out of which 301 are reserved for supernumerary categories. Delhi University determines the eligibility criteria in terms of academic qualification and age for the students who wish enrol for the law course.
The application forms for appearing entrance exam will be available in the last week of April and exams would be held in the third week of June. On posting of the results of entrance exams, counselling is carried of the eligible students in the first week of July by calling the students to the university campus with all the required documents. The Syllabus of the entrance exam is determined by Delhi University every year that normally covers topics on General Knowledge, Current Affairs, General reasoning, Aptitude, and basic law related terms. Exam question papers of DU LLB of previous years is available and can be downloaded free of cost by the students to prepare of the exams.