Law college admission in 2021 is generally being done on the basis of an entrance examination in most of the colleges. There are universities and colleges which accept the score of any national or university level entrance exam that a candidate has appeared for. Law College admission 2021 at various universities and top private law colleges like Asian Law College (ALC), Noida has already started. Candidates can get in touch with the admission counsellors at their respective college of their choice.
The duration of Law course in India is generally either 5-year or 3 year. The 3-year course is known as LL.B. degree course that can be pursued after one has completed graduation in any stream, while the 5-year law course is known as an integrated course like B.A.LL.B. and it can be taken up after a student completes their Class 12 successfully. Some of the top national level entrance exams conducted to enroll students in these law courses are CLAT, AILET, LSAT etc. In addition, top private law colleges like Asian Law College (ALC), Noida also conduct their own entrance exam like ALC Admission Test (ALCAT) for screening the right candidates for the courses that they offer at their campus.
There are more than 1200 law colleges in India, which comprise many top national universities like the several NLUs and Delhi University as well as the highly ranked top private law colleges like Asian Law College (ALC) located at Sector 125 Noida.
In order to get an insight on the pre-requisite of law college admission 2021, let us take a brief look on the exact parameters of admission at Asian Law College:
According to the eligibility criteria of law college admission in 2021, at Asian Law College the candidates seeking admission to B.A.LL.B. programme must have passed 10+2 in any discipline with prescribed percentage, and those seeking admission to LL.B. programme must be a graduate in any discipline from a recognized university. For admission into the B.A.LL.B. programme, candidates appearing for the qualifying examination or those who are awaiting their result are also eligible to apply. Their candidature, however, shall be considered subject to their clearing the qualifying exam. Moreover, applicants seeking admission to B.A.LL.B. and LL.B. programs here will need to appear and achieve the score in the ALC Admission Test (ALCAT) which is conducted by Asian Law College. Alternatively, CLAT / LSAT— examination scores are also accepted for admission process.