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Post Graduate Departments of Patna University

Department of Law

ADMISSION TO LL.M. PART – I

Admission to LL.M. Part-I shall be open to candidates, having Bachelor's Degree in Law of a recognized University or possessing such academic qualification as is considered equivalent to a Bachelor's Degree in Law by the Patna University, with at least 45% marks in the Bachelor of Law examination.

Appearing candidates in Bachelor's Examination of Law are also eligible to apply for the Entrance Test subject to the condition that their examination result of Bachelor's examination in law should have been declared before the date of admission to LL.M. Part (I).

THE PROGRAMME FOR ADMISSION TEST
The programme for admission test will be published each year by the University by 15th April and test will be held on the date as notified.

SELECTION PROCESS
(i) Every candidate will have to secure a minimum of 33% marks in the Entrance Test in order to become eligible for admission to LL.M. Course.
(ii) The admission to LL.M. course shall be done strictly on the basis of the merit list prepared as per result of the aforesaid Entrance Test.

THE MEDIUM OF ENTRANCE TEST
The medium of Entrance Test shall be English/Hindi.

PATTERN OF ENTRANCE TEST
(A) The Entrance Test shall comprise of two papers, Paper-I & Paper-II, each paper carrying 50 marks. In paper I, ten objective type multiple choice questions shall be asked from each of the following five areas, thus making a total of 50 questions in all:
(i) Jurisprudence
(ii) Constitutional Law of India
(iii) Law of evidence and procedures.
(iv) Law of Contract, and
(v) International Law.

(B) In Paper II, two subjective questions shall be asked from each of the following five areas, out of which one question will have to be answered by the candidate. Thus, in all, 10 questions will be asked of which five questions will have to be answered, each question, carrying ten marks.
I Family Law (Hindu Law & Muslim Law
ii.Environmental Law
iii. Law of Torts
iv.Intellectual Property Laws (Copy Right Act & Patent Act)
v.Administrative Law.

MERIT LIST
A merit list will be prepared on the basis of the marks obtained by the candidates in both the papers and admission done as per this merit list.

 





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