A candidate who has passed an examination in 10+2 Course of schooling recognised by the educational authority  of the Central or State Government or possesses such academic qualifications which are considered equivalent to such 10+2 course by the Bar Council of India can also apply for admission to the course.


A candidate who has passed the Bachelor’s Degree examination with a minimum of 45% marks in aggregate (i.e., 45% marks for all the parts of the Degree Examination taken together) shall alone be eligible for admission to the 3 year LL.B course. However, candidates belonging to the Scheduled castes/Scheduled Tribes need only 40% marks in the qualifying examination. 

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The library and the Reading room will be kept open from 9am till 4.30pm on all working days.TheLibrary has a good collection of text books and Law Journals. It subscribe toall leading news papers, periodicals and Magazines.The Library has well equipped Computer facility with online databases.Free internet facility is provided to the students and faculties.

The Library is being constantly augmented by the acquisition of latest books, Journals and Electronic resources.The students are allowed to take two books for 10 days.If any student retains the book for a longer period, a fine of `1 will be imposed for every day until the book is returned.


As per the University regulations,each five year student has to undergo an internship for not less than 20 weeks under Non Governmental Organisations,trial advocates, appellate advocates,judiciary, legal regulatory authorities,legislatures and Parliament, other legal functionaries, market institutions, law firms, companies, local selfgovernment and in other legal institutions where such training can be imparted to such students. Students cannot undergo internship in any year continuously for more than 4 weeks. All students are expected to undergo training under trial and appellate advocates not more than twice.

Each student shall keep an Internship Diary. The Internship Diary shall be prepared and kept by the student in one book so that the evaluator may be able to assess the performance of the student effectively. The Diary shall be kept  in such a manner that it shall contain the nature of the training, the total number of days of each session of training and the nature of the work done by the student.

After each spell of internship, the record, prepared by the student in his own handwriting, shall be signed by the head of the institution where the student has undergone training and the faculty in charge of the student. The student shall be guided and evaluated by the faculty as appointed by the Principal. A student who has to complete more than 4 weeks of internship shall not be promoted to the 10th semester. He can rejoin the course only after the completion of the required weeks of internship in the subsequent batches.

Online Computer Lab

The College is equipped with a specious Computer Lab exclusively for the use of the Students.High speed Broad Band Connectivity provides access to various intellectual resources.Acess to Online Legal Resources is also available.