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Am I Eligible to pursue LLB, URGENT PLEASE

Guest (Querist) 20 June 2009 This query is : Resolved 
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A V Vishal (Expert) 20 June 2009
Dear Venkatesh

In all states there is distinction between a Local and non local student. In admissions, generally weightage is given to local students, hence in order to prove that you are a local to the area in which the university is situated a study certificate has to be produced. I am enclosing a sample of the same. Hope it is sufficient.

SCHOOL STUDY CERTIFICATE

Note: Should be obtained from the Head of Educational Institution (s)

1. Name of the Candidate
2. Father’s Name
3. Date of Birth and Age
Class Name and place of School District Duration of Study Giving Month and Year
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X or SSC

Station:

Date:

Signature of the Head of the
Educational Institute (S)

As far as your second query is related follow the link given below to know more, since you have done your degree through correspondence course and joined in 2nd year it has to be checked whether such criteria is eligible for admission.

http://www.barcouncilofindia.org/legal-education/edu-rules-chapter-2.php
Guest (Querist) 20 June 2009
Thank you Mr. Vishal for your very prompt reply. Please clarify this.

A. A. JOSE (Expert) 20 June 2009
Dear Mr.Venkatesh,

According to me, you are eligible to pursue LL.B and if you are not considered by the University, you may seek legal remedy quoting the Bar council of India's stipulation stated by you,

Wishing you all succes.
Guest (Querist) 20 June 2009
Thank you Mr. Jose for your valuable suggestions. Other members, please express your views as well.
A V Vishal (Expert) 20 June 2009
I doubt whether the university accepts the pattern of 10+3+2 for law courses. Seek further clarification & advise on the matter. You can mail to the Secretay, Bar Council of India for clarification.

The email id is info@barcouncilofindia.org
A V Vishal (Expert) 31 July 2009
The BCI has recognised the following, apart from this indiviual universities can have there criteria to decide the percentage of marks for the purpose of admission:

REQUIREMENTS AND ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION TO LAW COURSE

Diploma and other qualifications recognized by the Bar Council of India as equivalent to graduation under rule 1 in part IV of the rules of the Bar Council of India
Qualifications equivalent to Degree

1. Diploma in Rural Education
RESOLUTION NO. 8/1970

RESOLVED that as a special case, the Diploma in Rural Service awarded by the National Council for Rural Higher Education which has been treated to be on a par with a graduate’s degree of the Rajasthan University may be treated as equivalent to a graduate’s degree in terms of Rule 1, as amended and that there should be no objection to the enrolment of candidates who obtained the LL. B. Degree thereafter, provided that the other requirements relating to enrolment are satisfied.


2. Diploma from St. Thomas Apostolic Seminary, Vadavathoor, Kottayam, Kerala.
RESOLUTION NO. 95A/1971

RESOLVED that the diploma obtained by the students who have passed the S. S. L. C. examination after a two year course in Latin, English and 3 year advanced course in philosophy and humanities from the St. Thomas Apostolic Seminary, Vadavathoor, Kottayam, Kerala be and is hereby recognized as a minimum qualification under Rule 1 in Part III-A of the Rules of the Council.


3. Master Degree in Arts of the Institute of Social Sciences, Bombay.
RESOLUTION NO. 180/1972

RESOLVED that the Master of Arts Degree of the Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Bombay, be treated as equivalent to graduation under Rule 1 of the rules of the Bar Council in part III-A.


4. Shastri Degree of Kashi Vidyapeeth, Varanasi
RESOLUTION NO. 181/1972

RESOLVED that the Shastri Degree awarded by the Kashi Vidyapeeth, Varanasi, be treated as equivalent to graduation under Rule 1 in part III-A.


5. M. B. B. S. Degree (Relevant portion of the Resolution)
RESOLUTION NO.106/1972

RESOLVED that in the opinion of this Council person who holds the M. B. B. S. Degree is a “graduate’ within the meaning of Rule 1 in part III-A of the Rules of the Council.


6. B. Sc (Agri.), B.Sc.(Engg.), B. E. Degrees
RESOLUTION NO.3/1976(LE) Approved by the Council at its meeting dated 6/7-3-1976

RESOLVED that the committee is of the opinion that B. Sc. (Agri.), B.Sc.(Engg.) and B. E. are eligible for admission to law course as they are graduates within the meaning of Rule 1(1)(a) of the Rules of the Council in Part IV.


7. Degree in Bachelor of Ayurvedic & Modern Medicines & Surgery, B.A. M.S.
RESOLUTION NO.17/1976(LE) Approved by the Council at its meeting dated 6/7-3-1976

RESOLVED that the B. A. M. S. (Bachelor of Ayurvedic and Modern Medicines and Surgery) be recognized as equivalent to graduation for the purpose of Rule 1(1)(a) of the Rules of the Council in Part IV.


8. National Diploma in Commerce (N. D. Com)
RESOLUTION NO.18/1978

RESOLVED that National Diploma in Commerce (N. D. Com.) awarded by the All India Council for Technical Education be and is hereby recognized as equivalent to graduation for the purpose of admission to the three year law course.


9. Engineering Degrees from Army and Navy Engineering Colleges.
RESOLUTION NO. 19/1978

RESOLVED that the Engineering Degrees obtained from Army and Naval Engineering Colleges be and are hereby recognized as equivalent to graduation for the purpose of admission to three year law course.


10. B. Tech Degree awarded by the Indian Institute of Technilogy
RESOLUTION NO. 21/1978

RESOLVED that the B. Tech. Degree of the Indian Institute of Technology be and is hereby recognized as equivalent to graduation fo


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