PG Programs criteria


The Candidate should have passed Graduation in Law (LL.B / BA.LLB / BBA.LLB / BSc.LLB / B.Com.LLB) from any recognized University with not less than 50% marks (45% in case of SC / ST and persons with disability). Candidates awaiting results may also apply for the course. Admission into LLM programme is based on LSAT / CLAT course. As per the orders of the Supreme Court, there is no age limit for candidates who wish to pursue LLM.

Exam Pattern

The duration of the test is 2 hours. The test consists of four sections and all questions are of objective type (multiple choice questions). Each question has four options of which one is correct. Each correct answer will be awarded 2 marks. The wrong answer and unanswered questions will receive nil marks.

Section Subject No. of questions No. of marks
A Constitutional Law 50 100
B Other Law Subjects including Contract, Torts, Criminal Law International Law, IPR and Jurisprudence. 50 100
  Total 100 200

Note: CLAT qualified candidates are exempted from appearing for GAT (PG Law) - 2021. However, they need to apply for admission and have to attend counselling as per the schedule.

The test will be held online. The students can give the test through a computer, tablet or a mobile, which should have an internet connection and a working front camera. The test is web proctored and usage of any unfair means is forbidden. The login details for the test will be shared with the candidates prior to the exam.