LAW Entrance Exams 2016 Dates, Notification, LLB/LLM Admission 2016


LAW Entrance Exams

LAW Entrance Exams 2016: If you are planning to build a career in law, so it is crucial for you to acquire information about LAW Entrance Exams. From here you can acquire the detailed notification about LLB and LLM Admission 2016 including important dates etc. The entrance examination is organized at national level to offer law programs to qualified candidates.

If you are seeking admission to LLM or LLB program then it is significant to participate in an Entrance Exam. Prior to taking admissions to Law College or University, you must know the complete details about exam name, college infrastructure, faculties, and Placement etc. which are well represented below by the team members of privatejobshub.

LAW Entrance Exams

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Eligibility Criteria:

Candidates must have pursued Graduation degree or Post graduation degree for LLM programme and Intermediate or equivalent for LLB programme from a recognized University/Institute.

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Law Entrance Exam :

Below table provides information of the entrance exams in the law discipline. Applicants can choose one or more entrance examinations according to college or university they wish to get admissions.

Exam Name      
University Level/National Level
Andhra Pradesh Law Common Entrance Test
Common Law Admission Test
Rajasthan University LLB Entrance Test
KIIT Law School Admission Test
Indian Law Institute Common Admission Test
Guru Nanak Dev University Common Entrance Test
All India Law Entrance Test
ICFAI Law School Admission Test
AMU Law Entrance Exam
Aligarh Muslim University Law Entrance Exam
Kerala Law Entrance Exam
Law School Admission Test

Career Options in Law:

There are many job options available after the completion of Law degree programme. Some of these are provided below:
  • Law firm (Associate)
  • MNC (Legal officer)
  • Govt. Agency
  • Judicial Exams
  • Bank, Legal dept.
  • Litigation
  • LPO
  • Advocate
  • Legal Advisor
  • Solicitor general

Many ministries, government departments hire law educates for various positions. Big Firms such as E&Y, KPMG, Deloitte and PwC engage lawyers for tax divisions. They also provide a good salary package to brilliant candidates holding a law degree. Aspirants may clear the exams organized by PSC to get hired for a judge position. After acquiring experience, a law graduate can turn out to be Solicitor General, a Public Prosecutor or work in government divisions and ministries. One can also go for a legal adviser working in various organizations or become a Teacher in colleges, work with NGOs and reporter for newspapers and television channels.

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