Law Admission in Kerala 2017

Law Admission in Kerala 2017Kerala was established on 1st November 1956 which was historically called as Keralam. It is a state which is located in the South India on the Malabar Coast. The capital city of Kerala is Thiruvananthapuram. The literacy rate of Kerala is 94% as per 2011 census. Here, we are providing the complete information about Law Admission in Kerala 2017.

Law Admission Notification 2017:

Candidates can apply for admission in law courses through CLAT 2017 exam. The application is available now. Click here for CLAT 2017.

CUSAT University gives admission in various UG & PG law courses. The application is running now. Click here for CUSAT 2017.


Admission Procedure

Students can apply for national level entrance test & state level entrance exam for admission into law courses in Kerala. Students will also get direct admission into law courses according to the college norms. The exams score card which is considered by various governments & private colleges for admission into law courses are CLAT 2017, KLEE 2017 and CUCET 2017. The KLEE score card will be accepted by the Government Law Colleges & Private Self-financing Law Colleges of Kerala.

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Law Admission in Kerala 2018

Entrance Exam

Kerala Law Entrance Exam (KLEE) is a state level entrance exam, which is managed by the Commissioner of Entrance Examinations (CEE). CEE organizes entrance exam for 3 Year LLB, 5 Year LLB & 2 Year LLM courses. The entrance exam will be conducted in the month of July & August 2017.

Top Law Colleges in Kerala

There are many governments & private colleges that impart law education in Kerala. Some of the Top Law colleges in Kerala are The National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Government Law Colleges, Kerala Law Academy, Central University of Kerala & MAR Gregorios College of Law.

Law Admission 2017

CLAT 2017 Application Form has been issued from 1st January 2017. Candidates can fill the application form till 31st March 2017. Candidates have to meet the given eligibility criteria for Law Admission in Kerala 2017:

  • Candidates have to pass their 10+2 examination & secure at least 45% marks (40% marks in case of SC/ST category) for admission into 5 Year LLB courses.
  • Candidates seek admission into 3 Year LLB course, they have to complete the graduation degree.
  • Candidates have to qualify the 3 Year/5 Year LLB degrees for admission into LLM programme.
  • Candidate’s age should be 20 years (22 years for reserved category) as on 31st December 2017 for admission into integrated law course.
  • There is no upper age limit for admission into 3 Year LLB course.
  • Candidates have to qualify one of the national level or state level law entrance exams.

Selection Procedure

The admission into law colleges on the basis of the marks obtained by the candidates in the entrance exam. Candidates will be called for the counselling procedure according to the rank. Candidates have to select their college’s preference at the time of counselling process. Those candidates who want to get direct admission into law colleges, they have to fill the admission form. Candidates will be selected on the basis of their performance in the qualifying examination.

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CLAT 2017

Documents Required

The documents needed at the time of counselling/admission procedure are mentioned below:

  • 10th & 12th Mark sheets & Passing Certificate.
  • Graduation Passing Certificate (If applicable).
  • Domicile Certificate.
  • LLB/BL Degree Passing Certificate (If applicable).
  • Admit Card (Entrance Exam).
  • Rank Card (Entrance Exam).
  • Character Certificate.

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