Admission Procedure

LLB Admission In IIMT College of Law, Greater Noida

(Affiliated to CCS University Meerut & approved by Bar Council Of India)

IIMT College of Law offers two courses-   B.A.,LL.B. (5 Years Integrated Course)                               
                                                                     LL.B. (3 Years)


B.A.,LL.B.

Duration            : 5 Years
Examination
Pattern           : Semester System
Degree           : integrated degree (B.A.,LL.B.)
Mode               : Full Time course

LL.B.

Duration          : 3 Years
Examination
Pattern             : Semester System
Degree            : Bachelor of Law
Mode                : Full Time Course


ADMISSION PROCEDURE & ELIGIBILITY

B.A.,LL.B. Course:

•    Have passed Senior School Certificate Examination (10+2 System) or equivalent Examination with at least 45% marks in aggregate for General Category & 40% marks in aggregate for SC/ST Category.
•    No Age Limit (C.C.S. University and Bar Council of India norms).
•    The college takes direct admission and the candidates may apply directly through the college website- www.iimtindia.net
•    Candidates appearing/appeared for the Annual Examination in March/April are also eligible to apply.
•    Admission are also taken on the basis of CLAT exam score (Common Law Admission Test).
Note -All the above mentioned rules & regulation are subject to C.C.S. University and Bar Council of India

LL.B. Course:

•    Have passed Graduation(10+2+ graduate in any discipline pattern) in any discipline from a recognized College/University, having secured minimum 45% marks in aggregate for general category and 40% marks in aggregate for SC/ST category.
•    Candidates appearing/appeared for the Annual Examination in March/April and those appearing in semester examinations in May-June are also eligible to apply.
•    The college takes direct admission and the candidates may apply directly through the college website- www.iimtindia.net
•    The admissions will take place as per C.C.S. University and Bar Council of India norms).
Note: All the above mentioned rules & regulation are subject to C.C.S. University and Bar Council of India.