When you plan to go for admission in llb course offered by university of Delhi, you have to appear in an entrance test which is known as DUET – Delhi University Entrance Test. Before appearing in duet, you have to fulfil the eligibility criteria as laid down by university of Delhi. Then only you can apply the form of duet. Admission into DU law Colleges is based strictly on the eligibility criteria for du llb and the performance of the candidate in the du llb written examination. Students who wish to appear in DU LLB exam must have a bachelor degree with at least 50% marks (for General Category) & 45% for OBC & 40% for SC / ST.
You are advised to go through du llb eligibility criteria to learn the full details of latest du llb eligibility criteria first, before applying the du llb entrance exam.
For admission in LLB Course, candidates must fulfill the following criteria:
|Other Backward Classes||45%|
|Persons with disability||45%|
|Children/ wives of Army Personnel (CW)||45%|
Out of 2922 seats that are offered in LLB course of Delhi University, a total of 381 seats are under reservation for supernumerary categories including those who are Physically Handicapped, War Widows and Foreign Nationals. Delhi University follows the Bar Council of India (BCI), University Grants Commission (UGC) and Government of India rules and regulations in order to offer relaxation seats to the reserved categories.
For candidates appearing in DU LLB 2021 for admission, 2922 seats are likely to be offered and they are further divided into three law centres namely - Campus Law Centre, Law Centre 1 and Law Centre 2. The candidates can check the seat reservation details in LLB programme below.
|Category||No. of Seats|
|Category||Law Centre I||Law Centre II||Campus Law Centre||Total|