• Established In : 1855
    Affiliated To : University of Mumbai
    Website : http://www.glcmumbai.com
    Address : 'A' Road, Churchgate, Mumbai- 400 020 Tel: 022-2204 1707

Government Law College Mumbai is oldest school which has generated successful leaders in legal field.It was established in 1855 and was guided under personalities like B.R.Ambedkar,Lokmanya Tilak etc. Students by enrolling in this college can acquire professional knowledge by guest faculty.This college guides students in every step of their career.

Admissions:


Government Law College (GLC) Mumbai Admission 2016-17:-

 

The criterion for admission into Government Law College, Mumbai is the Common Entrance Test (CET) from the year 2016 onwards. The CET Examination for the the 5-year LL.B course will be conducted on 18th June 2016 and 3-year LL.B course will be conducted on 19th June 2016. The percentage scored in the HSC/CBSE/State Board Examinations will not continue to be the criterion for admission into Government Law College, Mumbai.
 
 
 
Eligibility for CET 2016:-
 
 
ADMISSION TO THE FIVE-YEAR LAW COURSE:-
 
The Primary Requisite for admission in the Five Year Law Course will be the CET score. Minimum CET score required by students in the open category for admission is 50 out of 150 marks.
 
Minimum CET score required by students in the reserved category for admission is 40 out of 150 marks.
 
The Candidate must have passed the H.S.C (10+2) examination, conducted by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, with minimum 50% marks or any other examination recognized as equivalent thereto by the University of Mumbai with the minimum prescribed marks is eligible for admission to the first year of the pre law course. The above percentage shall be relaxed by 5% for the candidates belonging to the reserved categories. Therefore, the minimum percentage, which a student from the Reserved Category requires, to be eligible for admission is 45%.
 
Admission is given strictly on merit.
 
 
ADMISSION TO THE THREE-YEAR LAW COURSE:
 
The Primary Requisite for admission in the Three Year Law Course will be the CET score. Minimum CET score required by students in the open category for admission is 50 out of 150 marks.
 
Minimum CET score required by students in the reserved category for admission if 40 out of 150 marks.
 
A Candidate passing the Bachelor's Degree Examination of the Mumbai University, in any faculty with minimum 50% marks or a corresponding degree examination of any other University recognized as equivalent thereto by the Mumbai University with the minimum prescribed marks is eligible for admission to the First Year L.L.B. The above percentage of marks shall be relaxed by 5% for candidates belonging to the reserved Categories. Therefore, the minimum percentage, which a student from the Reserved Category requires, to be eligible for admission is 45%.
 
Admission is given strictly on merit.
 
CET 2016 Pattern:-
 
The question paper will consist of objective type questions in English and Marathi language.
 
 
i) Total Marks: 150
ii) Number of Multiple Choice Questions: 150
iii) Duration of Examination: 2 hours
iv) No Negative Marking
 
 
SUBJECT WITH WEIGHTAGE OF 3 YEAR LLB COURSE
 
 
SUBJECT - WEIGHTAGE OF MARKS
  
1 Legal Aptitude - 30
2 General Knowledge and Current Affairs - 40
3 Logical and Analytical Reasoning - 30
4 English - 50
 
Total - 150 Marks
 
 
THE CET SYLLABUS FOR THE FIVE YEAR LAW COURSE
 
Medium: English 
 
Max. Marks - 150  
 
Duration - 2 hours
 
Questions - Multiple Choice Questions
 
Remarks - No negative Markin
     
SUBJECT- WEIGHTAGE OF MARKS
 
Legal Reasoning - 40
General Knowledge including Current Affairs - 30
Logical Reasoning - 40
English - 30
Basic Mathematics - 10
 
Total - 150 marks
 
 
 
CET 2016 Syllabus:
 
Following is the subject wise syllabus of the CET Test for the 3 year LLB course:
 
i) Legal Aptitude - This subject will test the interest of candidates towards the subject of law, research aptitude and problem solving ability. Questions will be the help of legal propositions and a set of facts to which the said proposition has to be applied. Some propositions may not be true in the real sense, candidates will have to assume truth of these propositions and answer the questions drawing well-supported conclusions.
 
ii) General Knowledge with Current Affairs - The topics such as History (Ancient, Medieval and Modern Period), Geography, Civics, General Science, Economics, Current Affairs of the past one year. The subject is to assess the knowledge of the recent happening and awareness of the world.
 
iii) Logical and Analytical Reasoning -
 
a. Logical Reasoning - The subject is to test the candidate’s ability to identify patterns, logical links and rectify illogical arguments. It will include a wide variety of logical reasoning questions such as syllogisms, logical sequences, analogies, completing arguments, drawing well supported conclusions, reasoning by analogy, applying principles or rules.
 
b. Analytical Reasoning - The subject is to measure the ability of students to understand the structure of relationship and to draw logical conclusions about the structures. It includes reasoning deductively from a set of statements and rules or principles that describes the relationship among persons, things or events.
 
iv)English - Vocabulary (synonyms, antonyms, analogies etc.) proficiency (idioms and phrases, one word substitution, sentence rearrangement, fill in the blanks etc.) English usages errors (common errors)
 
 
Following is the subject wise syllabus of the CET Test for the 5 year LLB course:
 
i) Legal Aptitude - This subject will test the interest of candidates towards the subject of law, research aptitude and problem solving ability. Questions will be the help of legal propositions and a set of facts to which the said proposition has to be applied. Some propositions may not be true in the real sense, candidates will have to assume truth of these propositions and answer the questions drawing well-supported conclusions.
 
ii) General Knowledge with Current Affairs - The topics such as History (Ancient, Medieval and Modern Period), Geography, Civics, General Science, Economics, Current Affairs of the past one year. The subject is to assess the knowledge of the recent happening and awareness of the world.
 
iii) Logical and Analytical Reasoning -
 
a. Logical Reasoning - The subject is to test the candidate’s ability to identify patterns, logical links and rectify illogical arguments. It will include a wide variety of logical reasoning questions such as syllogisms, logical sequences, analogies, completing arguments, drawing well supported conclusions, reasoning by analogy, applying principles or rules.
 
b. Analytical Reasoning - The subject is to measure the ability of students to understand the structure of relationship and to draw logical conclusions about the structures. It includes reasoning deductively from a set of statements and rules or principles that describes the relationship among persons, things or events.
 
iv) English - Vocabulary (synonyms, antonyms, analogies etc.) proficiency (idioms and phrases, one word substitution, sentence rearrangement, fill in the blanks etc.) English usages errors (common errors)
 
iv) Basic Mathematics - This section is to test the numerical ability of candidates. The mathematics question will be set from the 10th level, of various topics including Profit and Loss, Speed and Distance, Time and Work, Algebra, Average, Venn Diagram.


Facilities:


The Government Law College library is known for its rare collection of books and treatise on various subjects.

The college has no hostel of its own. However, 62 seats for male students of the College in the Government Colleges Hostel, “C” Road, Churchgate and 20 Seats for male students at the Ismail Yusuf College at Jogeshwari, Mumbai has been provided.
 

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'A' Road, Churchgate, Mumbai- 400 020
Tel: 022-2204 1707

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