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Default Eligibility for LLB in Mumbai University/Other law colleges of Mumbai

What is the minimum eligibility required for LLB course in Mumbai University/Other law colleges of Mumbai???
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Old May 24th, 2014, 11:19 AM
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LLB :- Bachelor of Law is an professional course and duration of the course is for three years and the course is divided into six semester .

Eligibility for LLB in Mumbai University/Other law colleges of Mumbai

-Bachelor degree holders in any stream are eligible to apply for LLB Admission.
-Candidates having completed the course either from Mumbai University or any other equivalent University can have admission to the course in Government Law College, Mumbai.
-The degree must be completed with minimum 45% marks.
-Candidates belonging to reserved category can have 5% relaxation in the percentage of marks.
-Admissions will be done on the basis of candidate’s academic performance.
- You should crack the CLAT Examination with good percentile of marks.

Syllabus for CLAT Examination:-

-English Comprehension
-General Knowledge
-Current Affairs
-Logical Reasoning
-Legal Aptitude
-Legal Awareness

Mumbai University
1st Floor, Vidyapeeth Vidyarthi Bhavan, B Rd,
Churchgate, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400020 ‎
022 2652 6226


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I want to do LLB course from the Mumbai University so please tell me is it offer this course if yes than please give me details about the Eligibility required for it or give me the list of other law colleges of Mumbai?
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Department of Law-University of Mumbai was established in 1959

It is accredited by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC).

It offers LLB course of 3 year duration


Candidate must have passed graduation Degree Examination in any discipline from recognized University or equivalent qualification with minimum 45% of marks

LLB Syllabus
First Semester
Labour Laws (100 Marks)
Contracts – I: Contract Act – Ss. 1 – 75 (60 Marks) & Specific Relief Act (40 Marks) (100 Marks)
Law of Torts (70 Marks) & Consumer Protection (30 Marks) (100 Marks)
Legal Language including Legal Writing & General English (100 Marks)

Second Semester

Law of Crimes: I.P.C. (70 Marks) & Criminal Jurisprudence (30 Marks) (100 Marks)
Constitutional Law (100 Marks)
Family Law – I (100 Marks)
Environmental Laws (100 Marks)
Practical Training – I (100 Marks)

Third Semester

Administrative Law (100 Marks)
Family Law – II (100 Marks)
Property Law (100 Marks)
Company Law (100 Marks)

Fourth Semester

Jurisprudence: Legal Theory (100 Marks)
Contract – II: Indian Contract Act Sec. 124-238 (40 Marks), (100 Marks)
Indian Partnership Act (30 Marks)
Sale of Goods Act (30 Marks)
Land Laws (Maharashtra) (100 Marks)
Optional Paper: any one of the following (100 Marks)

1. Criminology
2. Taxation Laws
3. Law of Insolvency

Practical Training – II (100 Marks)

Fifth Semester

Civil Procedure Code (85 Marks) Limitation Act (15 Marks) (100 Marks)
Criminal Procedure Code (70 Marks) (100 Marks)
Juvenile Justice Act (15 Marks)
Probation of Offenders Act (15 Marks)
Interpretation of Statutes (100 Marks)
Public International Law & Human Rights (50 Marks each) (100 Marks)

Sixth Semester

Alternate Dispute Resolution (100 Marks)
Law of Evidence (100 Marks)
Optional Papers: any two of the following
1. Banking & Negotiable Instruments Act (100 Marks)
2. Law of Insurance (100 Marks)
3. Intellectual Property Law (100 Marks)
4. Conflict of Laws (100 Marks)
5. Law Relating to Women & Children (100 Marks)
6. Law and Medicine (100 Marks)
Practical Training – III – Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing (100 Marks)
Practical Training – IV (100 Marks)

Contact Details:
University of Mumbai
CST Road, Kalina, Santacruz East, University of Mumbai,
Vidya Nagari, Kalina, Santacruz East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400098
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