• Allahabad University LLM

    Description:-


    Allahabad University provides Master of Laws (LLM) course. It is one year duration course and those seeking admission into this course must have LLB degree from recognized university. Other details for this course are listed below.


    Eligibility:-

    1. The candidate must have obtained LL.B Degree from any University recognized by U.G.C. and the candidate should have obtained at least 45% marks in the aggregate in the said class.
    2. However, the candidates who have appeared in LL.B III Year (LL.B. Final Year)) class are also eligible to apply and appear in the LL.M Admission Test. But such candidate must have passed and produce LL.B Final Year Mark sheets on of before the date of admission, failing which their claim to admission shall stand forfeited.
    3. The Admission Test shall be held on Monday, 4th June, 2012 between 8 A.M. and 11.00 A.M. at such places and centers as mentioned on the Admit Card.
    4. Forms are available online on the website www.auadmission.co.in for downloading and submission of form.
    5. The Admission Test shall comprise three parts each of 100 marks. The maximum marks of Test shall be 300 and of three hours duration.
    6. The paper of the Admission Test shall comprise (i) Constitutional Law of India, (ii) Jurisprudance, (iii) Law of Contract , (iv) Indian Penal Code, (v) law of Torts, (vi) Hindu Law, (vii) Muslim Law, (viii) Public International Law and Human Right, (ix) Administrative Law, (x) Transfer of Property Act.
    7. Part 'A' of the Test booklet shall consist of 50 questions of multiple choice types of objective questions. Part 'B' shall consist of 08 short answer type questions out of which 04 are to be answered in about 200 words each; Part 'C' shall consist of 04 essay type questions out of which 02 are to be answered in about 400 words each.
    8. The questions in each part of the Admission Test shall be printed in the Answer-booklet issued to the candidates. The answer thereto shall be entered in the space specified for the purpose in the Answer-booklet itself.
    9. In case of wrong answer given by a candidate regarding the Multiple choice type objective Questions 2/3 marks shall be deducted for each wrong answer.
    10. The Admission shall be done in accordance with the uniform policy for P.G. Admission prevailing at the time of admission especially for LL.M. courses.
    11. The amount paid by the candidate to the University as the Test-Fee will not be refunded or carried over under any circumstances.
    12. The candidate shall fill all the required entries (including his signature) on the Form otherwise the form shall be regarded as incomplete and be liable to be rejected even after being received and processed by the University.
    13. The candidate shall be responsible for the veracity of all the entries in the Form as well as of all documents appended therewith and for any omission, concealment or mis-representation of facts therein.
    14. Once a Form has duly been submitted to the University, the candidate shall not be entitled or permitted to make any addition, deletion or alteration in respect of any entry therein or any document appended or required to be appended therewith and the Form shall not be permitted to be transferred/used for any course other than LL.M.
    15. Carrying Mobile Phones or any other material except Admit Card in the Examination hall shall be treated as unfair means.
    16. There shall only be online distribution of ADMIT CARDS, w.e.f. Sunday, 20th May, 2012.