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IMPORTANT DETAILS OF VARIOUS LLM ENTRANCE EXAMS IN INDIA

Name of the Exam Duration Number of Questions Maximum Marks Syllabus Number of Seats
CLAT 2 Hours 150 150 (150x1=150) 1. 50 questions: Jurisprudence
2. 50 questions: Constitutional Law
3. 50 questions: Other subjects as made compulsory by the Bar Council of India Rules
Gen: 361
SC: 62
ST: 33
OBC: 3
ST(Hills): 1
Total: 492
AILET (NLU-DELHI)
Only National Law University Having A Separate Exam
1.30 hours 101(100 objective+1 subjective) 150 (100x1=100+1x50=50) 1. Contract Law
2. Torts
3. Criminal Law
4. Constitutional Law
5. Jurisprudence
Gen: 36
SC: 6
ST: 4
PWD: 2
Foreign National: 2
Total: 50
Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University 2.30 hours 150 600 (150x4=600) 1. General Knowledge (including English Language)- (20%)
2.Jurisprudence, Constitutional Law, Law of Torts, Criminal Law, Commercial Law & Family Law- (30%)
3. Public International Law, Human Rights Law and Environment Law- (30%)
4. Current Trends in Law- (20%)
Total: 30
Faculty of Law, Delhi University 2 hours 175 700 (175x4=700) 1. Constitutional Law of India
2. Jurisprudence
3. Law of Contracts
4. Sale of goods
5. Law of Torts & Consumer Protection
6. Family Law
7. Public International Law
8. Criminal Law
9. Company law and Partnership
10. Intellectual Property Rights
11. Cyber Law
12. Environment Law
13. In addition a few questions may address contemporary legal issues
Total: 108
(including 8 supernumerary seats)
Benaras Hindu University, Benaras 2 hours 150 450 (150x3=450) 1. Constitutional Law of India
2. Jurisprudence
3. Law of Contracts
4. Law of Torts
5. Hindu and Muslim Family Law
6. Public International Law
7. Criminal Law
8. Indian Evidence Act
9. Environment Law
Total: 53
Faculty of Law, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh 2 hours 5 (all subjective) 100 (5x20=100) General LLB type answer questions Total: 25
Indian Law Institute, Delhi 2.30 hours 144(Objective: 40 English & General Knowledge+100 Law)(Subjective: 4)(1 Statement of Purpose)(Interview) 200 (40x1=40+100x1=100+4x5=20+20+20) 1. Commercial Laws (Including Contract, Partnership, Specific Relief and Sale of Goods)
2. Torts
3. Criminal Law
4. Constitutional Law
5. Jurisprudence
6. Public International Law
7. Law of Limitation
8.Environment Law
Total: 50(1 year: 202 years: 30Additional 5 may be created for NRI/Foreign Nationals)
Faculty of Law, University of Punjab 1.3 hours 75 75 (20-Constitution, 10-Current Affairs, 45-Other Laws as per existing syllabus) 1. Constitutional Law of India
2. All important laws
3. Current Affairs
Total: 90

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