The eligibility criteria for admission to law programs in India can vary depending on the specific program and institution, but there are some general guidelines that can help you determine your eligibility. To be eligible for most undergraduate law programs in India, you must have completed your 10+2 or equivalent exam from a recognized board or university. You must also have achieved a minimum percentage score in your qualifying exam, usually between 45-50%. Some institutions may also require you to have studied specific subjects in your 10+2, such as English, mathematics, or social science. For admission to postgraduate law programs in India, you must have completed your undergraduate degree in law from a recognized university with a minimum percentage score of usually around 50%. Some institutions may also require you to have a specific score in a national-level law entrance exam.
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