Uttar Pradesh Law Admission 2023 will be started soon through CLAT & LSAT 2023. Uttar Pradesh is the Indian state which is situated in the northern India. Lucknow is the capital city of this state. Some popular law courses which are provided in the state are LL.B (Bachelor of Laws), BA. LL.B (Integrated), LL.M (Master of Laws), Ph.D in Laws, etc. Candidates from different places visit here to pursue their studies in the field of law.
The literacy rate of Uttar Pradesh is 67.68% as per census 2011. Below in this article we have provided the complete information on Law admission in Uttar Pradesh 2023 in this article.
Uttar Pradesh Law Admission 2023: Registration Starts Soon
Uttar Pradesh Law Admission 2023 will be started soon through online mode. Candidates can register through CLAT & LSAT scores.
The candidates willing to get admission in the law courses in the state of Uttar Pradesh will get admission on the basis of CLAT (Common Law Admission Test).
While some of the universities organize their own entrance test for admissions. Candidates will be able to appear in any entrance exam and get admission in the basis of their ranks.
There are various entrance exams through which candidates will get admission in the private and government universities and colleges of the state.
Candidates will get admission through national level entrance exam (CLAT 2023 & LSAT) and university level (BHU 2023, AMU 2023 & Allahabad University) entrance exams.
There are some colleges in Uttar Pradesh those offer the direct admission on the basis of the candidate’s performance in the qualifying (12th) examination.
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Top Law Colleges in Uttar Pradesh
The top law colleges in Uttar Pradesh are Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, Banaras Hindu University, Law School, Varanasi, University of Lucknow, Lucknow, Amity University, Lucknow, Symbiosis Law School, etc.
Law Admission 2023
The candidates must fulfill all the eligibilities given below in order to be eligible for the admission followed by the counselling.
- There will be no restriction in upper age limit to apply in national level exams.
- For admission in law UG courses, candidates must pass the 12th class from a recognized board with 45% aggregate marks (40% for SC/ST candidates).
- For PG courses, candidates should have an LL.B or equivalent degree from any recognized institution or college.
- The qualifying examination should pass with a minimum 55% (50% for reserved categories).
- Appearing candidates will be also eligible to apply.
The candidates those wishing to enroll themselves in law courses will get admission either through entrance exam or through merit basis. Qualified candidates will be called for counselling process according to their ranks in the entrance exam.
Counselling process will be conducted through online or offline mode as per the decision of the respective counselling authority. In the counselling process, candidates will be asked to choose the colleges and courses as per their preferences.
The authority will allot the seats on the basis of rank, seats availability and filled choices. After the seat allotment, candidates will be required to report the allotted institution/college for further admission formalities.
Candidates must bring all the certificates which are mentioned below in original along with photocopy at the time of admission/counselling.
- Graduation Mark sheets
- Degree Certificates
- Admit Card of Entrance Exam
- Rank Card of Entrance Exam
- Domicile Certificate
- Category Certificate
- 10th Class Mark Sheet and Passing Certificate
- 12th Mark Sheet and Passing Certificate
- Passport-size Photographs