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.

Options (a) Criminal Law(15 Seats) (b) Commercial Law (15 Seats)

Admission to 50% of the total seats will be based on the entrance examination conducted by the Commissioner of Entrance Examinations (CEE), Government of Kerala. The students who seek admission to merit seats have to apply for the P.G entrance examination conducted by the CEE. Qualified students will be allotted and admitted to the college after the centralised counselling conducted by CEE. 50% of the seats are filled by the Management.

Candidates who have passed the LL.B. examination (5 year / 3-year course) with a minimum of 50% marks from the universities in Kerala or other universities recognised by the universities in Kerala as equivalent thereto are eligible for admission to the LL.M. course. No rounding off of percentage of marks to the nearest higher integer is permitted.

Candidates appearing / appeared for the regular final year LL.B. examination can also apply for the entrance examination. Such candidates become eligible for admission only if they produce the Provisional / Degree Certificate of the qualifying examination and the mark lists of all parts of the qualifying examination at the time of Centralised Allotment Process.

There is no upper age limit for admission to the LL.M. course.

Duration of the programme

The 2 Year LL.M Degree course which leads to a Masters Degree in law involves a regular course of study for a minimum period of two academic years (four semesters). The study shall be by regular attendance. Lectures, discussions, seminars, home assignments, test papers and preparation of dissertation are integral components of the course.

The first semester will consist of 4 compulsory papers, teaching practice one project work. The second semester will consist of 4 papers of the concerned optional. The third semester will consist of 3 papers of the concerned optional and the fourth semester will consist of 2 paper of the concerned optional, dissertation and viva-voce.

The class timing will be from 9.30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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