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Master of Laws [LLM] at Pacific University, [PU] Udaipur | Courses, Fees structure and Eligibility

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LLM Streams at Pacific University, [PU] Udaipur

  • Master of Laws [LLM]


Additional Details:

Eligibility Criteria for Master of Laws [LLM]:

  • Candidates should have completed their LLB at least should have to maintain a minimum 50% aggregate of marks from the recognized university


LLM Scholarship Details

Scholarship Offered:


Eligibility Criteria for Scholarship


  • Domicile of Rajasthan

  • Minimum 10th pass and not have back in any subject

  • Parents income should not become than Rs.2.5 lakh


  • Domicile of Rajasthan

  • Minimum 10th pass and not have back in any subject

  • Parents income should not become then Rs. 1 lakh

  • The OBC Applicant should belong to any one of the categories as specified from 1 to 17 Priorities below 


  • Domicile of Rajasthan

  • Minimum 10th pass and not have back in any subject

  • Parents income should not become then Rs.2 lakh per annum 

  • The DNT Applicant should not belong to any of the following category -SC, ST, OBC Thus, it means to say that he/she should belong to other than above-specified category 

LLM Admission Details at Pacific University, [PU] Udaipur

Admission Procedure:

  • Candidates should have to collect their application through Offline/ Online

Why Choose this Course?

About Master of Laws [LLM]:

  • LLM full form, Master of Legislative Law is postgraduate Law course. The law is a rule or body of rules of conduct established and regulated by an authority. 

  • The LLM duration is a two years or one year course and the degree is divided mostly into two or four semesters depending upon the Institute.

  • This was one of the recommendations made by the HRD Ministry’s Round Table on Legal Education. The maximum LLM duration to complete the course may vary with the LLM syllabus offered by the college, as per Banaras Hindu University the course should be completed in maximum four years duration.  

  • The course structure is based upon various specializations. LLM Correspondence course or LLM course through Distance Education is also offered by various Institutes, for example – Dr. Ambedkar Law College.

  • Law degrees in India are granted and conferred in terms of the Advocates Act, 1961, which is a law passed by the Parliament both on the aspect of legal education and also regulation of the conduct of the legal profession.

  • Under the Act, the Bar Council of India is the supreme regulatory body to regulate the legal profession in India and also to ensure the compliance of the laws and maintenance of professional standards by the legal profession in the country.

  • As such the Bar Council of India prescribes the minimum curriculum required to be taught in order for an institution to be eligible for the grant of a law degree.

  • The Bar Council also carries on a period supervision of the institutions conferring the degree and evaluates their teaching methodology and LLM subjects and having determined that the institution meets the required standards, recognizes the institution and the degree conferred by it.

  • It consults the LLM universities in India and the State Bar Councils in this regard.

  • The universities that offer the course: 

    • University of Mumbai, Mumbai, 

    • National Law School of India University - NLSIU Bangalore

    • Uttaranchal University, Dehradun etc stand among the top LLM colleges in India.

  • Learn how to become a lawyer.
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