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The Bar Council of India Legal Education Rule no.5: (a) Three Year Law Degree Course: An applicant who has graduated in any discipline of knowledge from a University established by an Act of Parliament or by a State legislature or an equivalent national institution recognized as a Deemed to be University or foreign University recognized as equivalent to the status of an Indian University by an authority competent to declare equivalence, may apply for a three years’ degree program in law leading to conferment of LL.B. degree on successful completion of the regular program conducted by a University whose degree in law is recognized by the Bar Council of India for the purpose of enrolment.

 

An application for admission for the LL.B. course is dealt with by the office of the Principal, Kokrajhar Law College as per the public notification. The applications for the admission is processed through the Admission Committee as per the relevant rules by the Bar Council through notifications, circulars etc. and with provisions of the Gauhati University guidelines for admission. The selected list for the admission at Kokrajhar Law College will be hanged at the Notice Board and website www.klc.ac.in.

 

Eligibility:

 

The applicant can be Graduate from any discipline or stream. Candidates securing a minimum of 45% marks in the case of General candidates and a minimum of 40% marks in the case of reserved categories S.C., S.T., O.B.C. M.O.B.C. & P.W.D candidates in the Three Year Degree course (General/Major) for the pursuing of professional degree in law under Kokrajhar Law College under Gauhati University.

Age on Admission:

The age factor for the admission to the LL.B. 3 years degree course will be as per the guidelines of the Bar Council of India regarding the Maximum age eligibility. At present those seeking admission should not attain the maximum age of 30 years for the General as on 1st June of admission year. The Maximum of 35 years for S.C./S.T. or any other backward community/category with the relaxation as fixed by the Bar Council of India, UGC and Gauhati University Regulations.