The candidate checks the admission notification on the official college website.
After the notification, the candidate downloads the prospectus which comes along the application form and he/she checks the eligibility criteria and fills the application form.
The candidate submits the application form and downloads the hall ticket as notified in the admission notification.
The candidate fills the application form and submits it along with the application fees and downloads the hall ticket.
The candidate appears for the entrance test and waits for the results.
After the results are out the college prepares a merit list and shortlist the candidate according to it and then the subsequent counseling process happens.
The admission to this course will be done on the basis of an entrance test conducted by the Punjab University. The merit list will be prepared in the account of marks in the entrance test and previous academic exam which will be weighted as follows.
Academic Marks =20%
Master of Laws/Master of Laws evening course:
The candidate must have done 3 years degree course in B.A.LL.B./B. Com.LL.B. and 5 years degree entrance test with a minimum of 55% marks(50% marks in case of SC/ST candidates)
The candidate must have passed any other equivalent qualification from any other University recognized by a standard organization.
A student should have a minimum of 45% marks in his/her 12th Board. The entrance exam for this course is conducted by the Department/University itself of and has the negative marking of -0.25 for every wrong and +1 for every correct answer given in a questionnaire of 100 questions. The cut off pattern is a bit difficult to understand but there is a ranking system instead of the cut-offs system where 50% of the marks scored in 12th boards and 50% of marks secured in the entrance test are added with extra weightages from NSS or other such activities. Course-specific weightages were awarded to B.Com and LL.B aspirants up to 8 marks who had done commerce as a background in their 12th Board with subjects like Accountancy, Economics, Business Studies, English and maths (optional).
You have to give a common entrance test and the marks along with your 12th marks are used to prepare a common merit list.