Calcutta University LLM Admission 2016 Begins: Apply Now!

Dhanshri Sharma updated on : 07 Sep 2016
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Hurry! The last date to submit Calcutta University LLM Application is September 23, 2016

Calcutta University, Calcutta University LLM

The University of Calcutta (CU) has started inviting applications from students seeking admission in LLM in Kolkata for the academic session 2016-17. 

The Master of Law (LLM) is a two-year post-graduate programme that helps aspirants build a career in the field of Law.

Candidates willing to apply for LLM in Calcutta University should apply before the last date of submission of LLM application forms i.e. September 23, 2016.

Calcutta University LLM Admission Eligibility Criteria

Aspirants should have a Bachelor’s degree in Law i.e. BA LLB (Hons)/BA LLB/LLB (Hons)/ LLB from a university/institute affiliated from CU.

Calcutta University LLM Admission 2017 Important Dates

Procedure

Date

LLM Application Starts

September 5, 2016

Last Date to Submit LLM Application

September 23, 2016

Calcutta University LLM Entrance Test

September 25, 2016

How to Apply for LLM in Calcutta University 2017

  • Visit the official website of University of Calcutta
  • Click on ‘Admission Notice’ link on the right side notification bar on the home page
  • Click on ‘Application Form’ link
  • Download the LLM application form
  • Fill the application form wisely and attach required documents
  • Send the duly filled form along with enclosures and a receipt of application fees to 'The Faculty of Law, 51/1, Hazra Road, Kolkata - 700019'
  • Keep a copy for future references

Calcutta University LLM Selection Procedure

Candidates who wish to apply for LLM in Calcutta University will have to appear for a written LLM admission test of 100 marks to make it to the final list of shortlisted candidates.

The LLM entrance test will have a 60-mark MCQ section and a 40-mark subjective section from B.A.LL.B syllabus of Calcutta University.

 

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