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Riya   26 January 2021

Law entrance exams

What exam to give to apply for a 3-year LLB course? Can we apply through CLAT? What are the good colleges for LLB?


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SHIVEK J.   26 January 2021



3-year LLB courses can be pursued after an individual completes their undergraduate education. Certain institutes and universities provide with a 3-year LLB Degree; the notified institutes and related admission tests are:


  • Delhi University (DU LLB)
  • Banaras Hindu University (BHU LLB)
  • Law School Admission Test (LSAT)- OP Jindal School of Law, VIT School of Law, JLU Bhopal School of Law, etc.
  • Government Law College, Mumbai
  • ILS Law College, Pune
  • Department of Laws, Punjab University, Chandigarh
  • Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law, IIT Kharagpur
  • Faculty of Law, Osmania University
  • Faculty of Law, Allahabad University
  • Symbiosis Law School, Pune


Hope this helps. All the best for your endeavours.






Sashwat   04 February 2021

Hi There!

Being a former CLAT aspirant, I researched on this topic and quite possibly ! would be able to help you. Following are the colleges I would suggest you to look upon:

  • Karnavati University
  • Faculty of Law, Delhi
  • Ambedkar University
  • Chandigarh University
  • Jamia Milia Islamia University
  • Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies
  • Indraprastha University
  • DU - LLB
  • Shoolini University
  • RNB University
  • Jindal Law School
  • BHU, Banaras
  • Nirma University
  • Parul University
  • Lloyd School of Law
  • National Law University, Delhi
  • Lovely Professional University
  • UPES, Dehradun

As you already said about CLAT, I would assume that you already know about the preferred 23 colleges offered by the CLAT Consortium. 

I hope you found your dream college soon!!

Kevin Moses Paul   27 July 2021

As per your query, let me inform you that it is mandatory to appear for CLAT entrance exam in order to pursue BA-LLB/BBA-LLB courses (I.e. Integrated Law Courses). However, there is no such requirement for LLB course.

The only major criteria required in order to pursue the 3 year LL.B course is that the candidate should have attained 45% in Bachelors Degree or Master Degree (after which he/she is applying for LL.B) from any discipline.

I've laid down two links for your reference, you can attain more information about top colleges in India that offer the course of LL.B -

⭕ https://law.careers360.com/colleges/ranking

⭕ https://collegedunia.com/law-colleges

Hope the information provided above helps!

Kevin M. Paul

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