LLOYD ENTRANCE TEST

About LET

Lloyd Entrance Test 'LET' is a national level Law Entrance Exam conducted every year in the month of May to select candidates for admission to B.A.LL.B. 5 Year & LL.B. 3 Year Program. LET is mandatory for every aspirant seeking admission in Lloyd. Admission to Lloyd is a two step process which consists of the following:

Objective Type Test:

The first step is the Objective Type Multiple Choice Question Test which is conducted to select the candidates for the second step i.e. Personal Interview.

Personal Interview:

The candidates declared successful in the Test are called for Personal Interview in Lloyd Campus shortly after the declaration of the results of the first step. Personal Interview is conducted to judge the suitability of the candidate for the law course. The questions in the interview are related to the subjects of the candidate in 10+2, areas of interest, hobbies, current news, achievements in extracurricular activities at school level, etc.

The final selection is based on the grand total of the marks obtained by the candidate in LET and the Personal Interview. The admission is taken as per the merit list which is generated after addition of the marks of LET and the Personal Interview of all the aspirants who appear for both the stages. Absence in the Personal Interview shall result in cancellation of the candidature, i.e. it is mandatory to appear in both the stages of the examination.

The merit list is followed by a waiting list. Both, the merit list and the waiting list are displayed simultaneously. Also, the marks obtained by all the appearing candidates are displayed for the purpose of information.

Eligibility for B.A.LL.B

To be eligible to appear for 'LET-2018', a candidate must have passed his/her Higher Secondary School/Intermediate Examination (10+2) or its equivalent examination with not less than 45% marks in aggregate (42 % for OBC & 40% for SC/ST). Candidates who have appeared in the 10+2 examination and are awaiting results are also eligible to appear in the test. The candidate must have passed the qualifying examination at the time of his/her admission and be able t o submit its proof. A ll offers of admission by 'LET-2018' shall be provisional and subject to the approval of Chaudhary Charan Singh University. Total Intake: Two Hundred Forty.

Pattern :

The test paper will consist of one question paper containing 150 objective type questions with multiple choices answers.

Total Marks 150
Total number of questions 150
Duration of examination 120 Minutes

Subjects And Marks Distribution :

Sr. No. Section No. of Question Total
1. General Knowledge & Current Affairs 30 30
2. English including Comprehension 30 30
3. Mathematics 25 25
4. Logical Reasoning 25 25
5. Legal Aptitude & Legal Awareness 40 40
Total 150 150

Note: There is no negative marking.

The students writing law entrance exam after 12th are expected to possess knowledge about their +2 subjects, about their home town, etc. They should be able to express their thoughts freely. The students should be able to answer a very basic question that why do they want to join law. The students at this tender age are not expected to be definite as to what they want to achieve in life and which of the various career options they want to opt for after completing their law course, but they must have a little idea or thoughts as to why are the interested in law course. The answer to this question is subjective and that is why different students join different fields. Some like to take up litigation, some are interested in judiciary, some of them have a craze for corporate and so on.

llb course after graduation

The test is also conducted to select candidates for LL.B. program. This is a 3 year program which is offered to graduates of any discipline, whether from science, mathematics, humanities, medical, engineering, BBA, or any other graduation discipline. The test paper and the pattern are different but the date and time of examination is same as explained in the Important Dates column. The selected students have the option of choosing the weekday or the weekend batch, as per their convenience, provided they fulfill the requirements of joining the batch of their choice. The course, syllabus, content, examination and degree are the same.

The skills required by candidates writing law entrance exam after graduation are different and greater. Since they are already graduates, they are expected to possess knowledge about their graduation subjects as well as the current happenings of national and international importance. During the personal interview, the questions from these candidates may relate to the current news as every graduate is expected to be in regular touch with news, not as compulsion but as a matter of interest. Also, law applies to society hence the study of law would be meaningless unless the student keeps his interest in knowing the current national and international happenings.

Eligibility for LL.B.

To be eligible for admission in the LL.B.-3 Year Degree Program, the Candidate should: Have passed Graduation(10+2+3 pattern) in any discipline of a recognized College/University, having secured minimum 45% marks in aggregate for General Category, 42% for OBC & 40% marks in aggregate for SC/ST Category. Candidates appearing/appeared for the Annual Examination in March/April are also eligible to apply. Note: All the above mentioned rules & regulations are subject to C.C.S. University and Bar Council of India. Total Seats: Two Hundred Forty.

Pattern :

The test paper will consist of one question paper containing 150 objective type questions with multiple choices answers.

Total Marks 150
Total number of questions 150
Duration of examination 120 Minutes

Subjects And Marks Distribution :

Sr. No. Section No. of Question Total
1. General Awareness & Current Affairs 35 35
2. English Language Comprehension 40 40
3. Legal Aptitude & Legal Awareness 35 35
4. Analytical Abilities 40 40
Total 150 150

Note: There is no negative marking.

LLB Course Details

LL.B. after 10+2+3 is a 3 year program which follows semester system. There are 2 semesters every year hence there are a total of 6 semesters during the entire course.