Haryana Law Admission 2023 will be started soon through online mode. Haryana is situated in the north India, which is the eighth largest state of India by population. Haryana has many government and private universities/institutions those imparting the law education within the state. Chandigarh is the capital city of this state which also has large numbers of top reputed law colleges.
The average literacy rate of this state as per the latest census report is 76.6 percent. In this article, candidates can get the complete information on Law admission in Haryana 2023.
Admission into the law UG and PG courses will be done on the basis of CLAT national level entrance exam. Candidates can appear in the entrance test and get admission in the law courses.
Some of the institutions/universities conducted their own entrance examination for providing admission and some offered on the basis of score card of a CLAT.
The admission in the state of Haryana will be provided after appearing in the entrance exam. The candidates those will be qualified in the exam will only be considered for the admissions.
Candidates can also appear in the university level entrance exam, which is organized separately by the various universities for their law courses.
ALSO READ: Top Law Courses & Universities after 12th
Top Law Colleges in Haryana
The top law colleges in Haryana which are comprised of government and private law colleges are Amity University, Haryana and Kurukshetra University, Maharshi Dayanand University, Central University of Haryana, SRM University and many others.
Law Admission 2023
The admissions in the law courses will be offered only to the candidates those who will meet the basic eligibility criteria mentioned below. If any candidate will find to be ineligible on later stage of admission, then their candidature will be cancelled at that moment.
- There is no restriction on upper age limit in CLAT.
- For admission in law UG courses, candidates must pass the 12th or equivalent examination with 45% marks (40% for SC/ST category candidates).
- For admission in law PG courses, candidates should have the LL.B or its equivalent degree from a recognized university/college.
- Appearing candidates are also eligible to apply.
The seats in the law colleges will be provided on the basis of rank obtained by the candidates in the entrance exam and availability of seats in various institutions.
Candidates will be called for the counselling on the basis of merit list prepared by the concerned authority. Some institutes will separately conduct the counselling for admitting the candidates to their campuses.
The admission procedure will be followed by the Choice filling, courses and seat allotment.
After accepting the provisional seat allotment letter, candidates can report to the allotted institution and get final admission.
Applicants must carry these documents in original for the document verification procedure at the counselling center for admission.
- Admit Card of Entrance Exam
- Rank Card of Entrance Exam
- All Graduation Mark sheets
- Graduation Passing Certificate
- 10th & 12th Class Mark Sheets
- 10th & 12th Passing Certificate
- Category Certificate
- Domicile Certificate
- Passport Size Photographs