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Law is the set of rules and principles (laws) by which a society is governed, through enforcement by governmental authorities. Law is also the field which concerns the creation and administration of laws, and includes any and all. Even basic legal education is very important for all in their daily lives. Basic knowledge of law will help one to understand and tackle several problems, from consumer protection to fundamental rights. Knowledge of law informs you of your rights and your responsibilities towards society.

Information about the law enables one to reason out in an adverse situation. For an instance, a person who is caught by a police constable without cause and is threatened arrest will plead with the policeman not to arrest him as he has done nothing wrong. But if he has a little legal knowledge that he cannot be arrested without any warrant, he would behave differently instead of pleading.

Below are some basic situations where we need lawyer

  • While buying an immovable property (flat or land)-
  • Cheque Bouncing
  • Registration of documents-
  • Police complaints

Now you could see that if in these basic situations we required layer then what would happen in case of Murder, Theft, Robbery, Breaching of Contract, Bail etc..

Over the past one decade, law as a career option has been intriguing lots of young minds, which is evident from the number of law schools, both private and government, coming up in the country.

Gone are the times, when the term ‘lawyers’ reminded us of the ‘litigation.’  With the changing times, the field of law has redefined itself. It has opened its doors to multiple career choices. Let’s quickly have a look at the most of careers, into which one can venture after completing their degree.

  • Litigation: A lawyer canpursue the traditional litigation by representing his/her client in courts. This may take some time for him to establish himself, but the wait is worth it.
  • Judiciary: India has been facing a shortage of judges and there has been a lot of pendency of cases. A lawyer can give the exams of public service commissions after completion of his/her degree. One could land up with the job of Magistrate/ Sub-Judge, District and Sessions court Judge. 
  • Corporate Lawyers: A corporate lawyer is an expert in company and business law. He/ She guides the businesses and companies to work in the scope of the business laws. He advises the corporations on their legal rights and duties. A corporate lawyer can work in law firms or have a private practice.
  • Intellectual Property Lawyers: An IP lawyer is a trained professional who handles the cases related to Intellectual Property. These include trademark, patents, copyright laws in order to protect the inventions, literary and artistic works, and symbols, names, images, and designs.
  • Law firms: A law firm is a business entity that employs budding and trained lawyers. A budding lawyer can practice in a law firm and learn while interning under experienced lawyers.
  • Legal Process Outsourcing (LPO): This is one of the upcoming fields for the lawyers in India. The corporates in the UK, the US, Singapore, Dubai etc. have been sending their legal work over to India to get it done over here. This is because getting legal work is pretty expensive in these countries.
  • Miscellaneous: A lawyer can work with national and international NGOs, work in the government departments or teach in different law schools.

5 Years Integrated law means BA-LLB Degree and there years law means only LLB

Although BA LLB and LLB are Law programs, the area of study and the scope of these courses vary to a larger extent. The Bar Council of India is the body that approves both the programs in India. BA LLB amalgamates Arts subjects along with the Law curriculum. On the other hand, LLB is an undergraduate program that deals with the study of the law principles, legal system, and constitutional amendments and so on.Candidates who have finished their 12th in any disciplines can pursue the 5-year graduation course. However, those who have got a Bachelors’ degree in any stream can complete the LLB program within 3 years.

BA LLB is an integrated program, by studying the same; aspirants may get a dual degree whereas by studying the Bachelor of Laws they will be getting only a single degree.

Both BA LLB and LLB courses help aspirants to gain more knowledge about the legal system, which in turn helps them to protect the law and order of the country.

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LL.B. in University of Delhi is a three year post-graduate programme for the admission to its three law centres.  Admission to LL.B. is made strictly on the basis of merit in the Entrance Exam conducted by University of Delhi every year.LL.B. is a full-time professional course recognised and regulated by the Legal Education Rules 2008 of the Bar Council of India.

Participating Institutes

Seats

Campus Law Centre

871

Law Centre 1

1044

Law Centre 2

696

Total

2611

SEAT DISTRIBUTION FOR LL.B. ADMISSIONS

The Delhi University conducts its entrance exam for admission to its three law campuses namely Campus Law Centre(CLC), Law Centre 1(LC1) and Law Centre 2 (LC2). All the 3 CentersCLC,

 LC1 and LC 2is located in the North Campus.

 

 

CLC

LC1

LC2

TOTAL

1.       

UR/GENERAL 

389

389

389

1167

2.       

OBC

208

208

208

624

3.       

SC

116

115

115

346

4.       

ST

57

58

58

173

5.       

PwD

39

39

38

116

6.       

Fn

38

39

39

116

7.       

CW

39

38

39

116

8.       

TOTAL

886

886

886

2658

  1. For Unreserved Category candidates:

Graduate/Post-Graduate Degree from the University of Delhi or any other Indian or Foreign University recognized as equivalent by the University of Delhi with at least 50% marks or an equivalent grade point in the aggregate in either of them.

Relaxation of 5% marks in the minimum eligibility prescribed for general candidates will be allowed to widows/wards of defence personnel (CW) category.

Relaxation of up to 5% marks in the minimum eligibility prescribed for general candidates will be allowed to the candidates belonging to Person with Disability (PwD) category.

  • For Other Backward Classes (OBC) Category candidates: Graduate/Post-Graduate Degree from the University of Delhi or any other Indian or Foreign University recognized as equivalent by the University of Delhi with at least 45% marks or an equivalent grade point in the aggregate in either of them.
  • For Schedule Caste/Schedule Tribe (SC/ST) Category candidates: Graduate/Post-Graduate Degree from the University of Delhi or any other Indian or Foreign University recognized as equivalent by the University of Delhi with at least 40% marks or an equivalent grade point in the aggregate in either of them.
  • The candidates securing marks prescribed above or appearing in the qualifying Degree examination or awaiting the results of any such examination are eligible to appear in the LL.B. Entrance Test 2018 but the admission will depend on their securing the minimum prescribed eligibility marks.

English including comprehension (Verbal Ability)

  • Reading Comprehension
  • Parajumbles/ Rearrangement of sentences in a paragraph, Rearrangement of words in a sentence
  • Spotting Errors/ Error detection
  • One Word Substitution
  • Fill in the blanks
  • Antonyms and Synonyms, Idioms and Phrases

General Knowledge and Current Affairs

Polity is a major section in DU LLB, See the following syllabus :-

  • FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS
  • RIGHT TO EQUALITY
  • RIGHT TO FREEDOM
  • RIGHT TO LIFE AND PERSONAL LIBERTY
  • RIGHT AGAINST EXPLOITATION
  • RIGHT TO FREEDOM OF RELIGION
  • CULTURAL AND EDUCATIONAL RIGHTS
  • RIGHT TO CONSTITUTIONAL REMEDIES
  • WRITS
  • HABEAS CORPUS
  • MANDAMUS
  • QUO-WARRANTO
  • PROHIBITION
  • CERTIORARI
  • UNIFORM CIVIL CODE
  • FREE LEGAL AID
  • UNIION EXECUTIVE AND UNION LEGISLATURE
  • UNION EXECUTIVE
  • UNION LEGISLATURE(Parliament)
  • THE INDIAN JUDICIARY
  • SUPREME COURT
  • HIGH COURT
  • SUBORDINATE COURT
  • TRIBUNALS AND REGULATORS

Static GK (Indian History, Geography, Science,Economy, Banking & Financial Institutions, National Insignia, International News, Science, Computers, Sports and Movies, Prizes, Awards and Honours, Personalities, Literature and Media, Days and Dates )

Current Affairs(National and international)

Mathematics

Number System- I

HCF-LCM

Average

Percentage

Profit and Loss and Discount

Ratio & proportion

Mixture &Alligations

Time, Speed, Distance

Train, Boat and Stream

Mixed Proportion

Time & Work

Pipe & Cistern

Probability

Word of Advice – DU LLB is not maths oriented exam, if you are lacking with time you can also skip this question

Legal Aptitude:

This section will test the candidate’s interest towards the study of law, research aptitude and problem solving ability. Questions may include legal propositions (described in the paper), 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 the “truth” of these propositions and answer the questions accordingly. The topics included in this are:

Introduction to Legal Aptitude

Attempt

General Exceptions

Abetment

Criminal Conspiracy

Sedition

Offences Against Human Life

Theft, Extortion, Robbery, Dacoity& Cheating

Criminal Brench of Trust

Offences Relating to Documents

Legal Reasoning

Indian Contract Act, 1872

Offer and Acceptance

Consideration

Void Contract

Voidable Contract

Capacity of Parties

Free Consent

Quasi Contracts

Remedies For Breach of Contract

Bailment

Agency

The Indian Partnership Act, 1932

Introduction to Law of Torts

General Defences

Vicarious Liability

Vicarious Liability of the State

Strict Liability & Absolute Liability

Torts in Relation to Persons

Negligence

Nuisance

Defamation

Trespass to Goods and Conversion

Liability of Owner for Dangerous Premises

Nervous Shock

 

Logical Reasoning

This section tests the candidate’s ability to identify patterns, logical links and rectify illogical arguments. However, visual reasoning will not be tested. The topics included in this are :

  • Introduction, Alphabetical Series && its Analogy
  • Coding Decoding
  • Direction
  • Blood Relation (Normal & Coded)
  • Ranking
  • Syllogism
  • Calendar & Clock
  • Cube and Dice
  • Number Series & Matrix
  • Statement Conclusion, Assumption, Course of Action
  • Arrangement of Words

There is a recent change in the DU LLB Exam pattern. There used to be 175 Questions which students had to answer in 2 Hours. New pattern has reduced the number of Questions to 100. A close study of past papers reveals that the whole paper was majorly governed by Polity, Legal Aptitude, Legal GK and Current Affairs but now there is a paradigm shift in the syllabus asked. We can’t ignore Numerical Ability, Reasoning and English Sections.

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DU LLB 2018 Topic Wise Analysis
S.No. Topic (English) 2018 Topic (GK & CA) 2018 Topic (Reasoning) 2018 Topic (Maths) 2018 Topic (Legal Aptitude) 2018
1 Reading Comprehension 4 AWARDS & PEOPLE 2 Arrangements 2 Work & Wages   Contracts 2
2 Critical reasoning 3 GENERAL SCIENCE 1 Blood Relations 2 Profit & Loss   Criminal Law-Theft  
3 Idioms and Phrases 1 ART   Coding-Decoding 2 Percentage 1 Torts 2
4 Cloze Test   NATIONAL 4 Number Series 3 Problem on Trains   Legal Constitution  
5 Synonyms   INTERNATIONAL 4 Alpha-numeric series 1 Problem on ages 1 Legal GK 2
6 Word Meaining 3 CURRENT EVENTS 2 Alphabet series 3 Pipes & Cisterns   Legal Maxim 2
7 Opposite (Inappropriate) Meaning Words   HISTORY 2 Directions   Average   Misc. (Statement-Assumption, Reasoning-Assertion)  
8 Summary   SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY 1 Word Arrangements 1 Equation 1    
9 Paraphrasing   MISC 9 Ranking 1 Volume (Mensuration II)      
10 Common Error 2 BUSINESS & ECONOMY 2 Statement Arguments 1 Ratio & Proportion 1    
11 Fill in the blanks with apropriate word 4 GEOGRAPHY 3 Clock          
12     SPORTS 1 Logical Puzzles (Doctors)          
13     INDIAN CONSTITUTION & Polity 20 Course of Action          
14     IMPORTANY DAYS 1 Syllogism          
15         Logical Order 1        
16         Odd one out 1        
17         Analogy 2        
  Total 13 Total 52 Total 20 Total 3 Total 8
              * 4 Questions are missing in the paper published on the official website

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