Madhya Pradesh Law Admission 2023 will be started through CLAT & AILET 2023. It will be done on the basis of entrance test or merit lists. Madhya Pradesh, a heart of India is located in the central part of India. Bhopal is the capital of this state. It has many famous colleges and institutions those offering education in the law field. Candidates can complete their UG and PG courses from various universities and colleges present in the state.
The literacy rate of Madhya Pradesh is 70.60%. Through this article, candidates can get the detailed information on Law admission in Madhya Pradesh 2023.
For offering admissions in their campuses, many universities and colleges consider the CLAT 2023 (Common Admission Test) entrance exam, which is accepted by all the universities in all over the country.
Some universities will also conduct their own entrance test. Interested candidates can appear in CLAT & other exam to get admission in law colleges.
The admissions in the state of Madhya Pradesh law colleges will be offered through the national level entrance exam. The candidates can appear in CLAT and other entrance exam conducted by the universities.
Some of the universities offer direct admission to the candidates on the basis of their marks obtained in 12th class. There will be no state level entrance exam organized by the state authority for admission in law courses.
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Top Law Colleges in Madhya Pradesh
There are numbers of reputed colleges in the state those offer education in law field. The top law colleges in Madhya Pradesh are such as Amity University, National Law Institute University Bhopal, Barkatullah University, and many others.
Law Admission 2023
Candidates must check the eligibilities given below to appear in the exam. Candidates those who will fulfill all the eligibilities will be eligible to fill the application form.
- Candidates should be the citizen of India.
- Candidate must pass the intermediate from a recognized board with 50% aggregate marks for admission in UG law courses.
- For PG (LL.M) law courses, candidates should hold an LL.B or equivalent degree from any recognized institution or university.
- The qualifying examination should be passed with a minimum 55% (50% for reserved categories).
- No upper age limit to apply.
- Final year candidates are also eligible to apply.
The candidates those qualify the entrance test are considered for the counselling process. For the allotment of seats it is must to appear on the day of counselling in person.
Seat allotment will be done on the basis of the candidate’s performance in the entrance test and availability of the seats. In counselling, candidates are allowed to choose the course and colleges of their preference.
Candidates those wishing to get direct admission in the universities and colleges have to fill the admission form and submit their qualifying exam marks.
After all pre-procedure, the final admission will be offered to the candidates by providing the provisional seat allotment letter.
Candidates are suggested to get admission in the allotted college within the stipulated time by the concerned authority.
Below we have provided the list of documents which should be carried at the time admission or counselling. Without verification of the documents no candidate will be allowed to appear in the counselling.
- Admit Card of Entrance Exam
- Rank Card of Entrance Exam
- 10th Class Mark Sheet and Passing Certificate
- 12th Mark Sheet and Passing Certificate
- Graduation Degree
- Graduation Marksheets
- Provisional Certificates (for appearing candidates)
- Degree Certificates
- Domicile Certificate
- Category Certificate
- Passport Size Photographs