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Siksha ‘O’ Anusandhan University Law Admission 2018

Updated On: JUN 14TH, 2017

Siksha ‘O’ Anusandhan University (SOA) is a private research focused, deemed to be University situated in Bhubaneswar, Odisha. It has been accredited by the NAAC with an ‘A’ grade. The university is composed of nine degree-granting schools and offers UG and PG programs in engineering, medicine, pharmacy, business, nursing, biotechnology, science, humanities, environment, nanotechnology, materials science, agriculture and law.

The University offers UG and PG programs in law through SOA National Institute of Law. The undergraduate programmes offered are BA LLB, BBA LLB and B.Sc. LLB Programmes which are for a duration of five years. The postgraduate programme offered is LLM Programme which is for a duration of two years.

The admission to both the programmes will be on the basis of the SAAT 2017 (Siksha ‘O’ Anusandhan University Admission Test) Examination or CLAT 2017 or Law School Admission Test India (LSAT -India).

  • Mode of Application

    Online & Offline Both

  • START DATE - END DATE

    02nd Feb, 2018 - 02nd Apr, 2018


Important Dates

LLB
STATUSEVENTDATE
Registration 02nd Feb - 16th Apr , 2018
Date of Entrance Examination 22nd - 25th Apr, 2018

Eligibility Criteria

LLB

For admission to all the Undergraduate courses in law,  candidate must have passed the 10+2Examination or equivalent examination in any stream with minimum 45% marks for General Category, 42% marks for OBC Category and 40% marks for SC/ST Category.

LLM Programme

Candidate must have passed or should be appearing in the final examination for the Bachelor’s Degree in Law or studied Integrated Law Course or equivalent thereof, from any recognized University, securing at least 50% marks in aggregate.


Application Procedure

For SAAT

You can access the Application Form online on the University website.

Step 1: Visit the official website and click on the tab for online application form. You must fill in your Name, Date of Birth, Email id and Mobile number.

Step 2: You will receive an OTP on your mobile number after filling the above mentioned information. You must enter the OTP to proceed to the Application Form.

Step 3: Fill in the Form with the required personal and educational details.

Step 4: Upload the scanned copy of your photograph and signature. Your photograph should be recent colour passport size photograph

Step 5: Submit your Application Form by clicking on the “Final Submission” tab.

Step 6: Download your Application Copy and take a print out of the application form for future reference. The application form will be sent to your email inbox as well.

The acknowledgement for the receipt of the SAAT 2017 application will be intimated to your Email-Id and Mobile Number through SMS.

For CLAT

Step 1: Register yourself on the CLAT official website.

Step 2: Fill your personal, academics and other details as mentioned in the form.

Step 3: Upload the following documents:

  • Birth certificate
  • recent passport size photograph (3.5 cm x 4.5 cm) in JPG format
  • signature of JPG format within 100kb of size
  • Latest Category Certificate (SC/ST/OBC)
  • Certificate of impairment for Specially Abled Persons (SAP) and Declaration by the Scribe in the prescribed format
  • Domicile Certificate (if applicable)

Step 4: CLAT Application fees: You must make the payment of application form fees of Rs. 4000 for General Category and Rs. 3500 for Reserved Category online through Debit/ Credit Card.

Step 5: You should then finally “Submit” your Application Form online only. This completes your registration process.


Selection Process

For all the Programmes

You will be selected on the basis of either SAAT 2017 (Siksha ‘O’ Anusandhan University Admission Test) Examination or CLAT 2017 Examination or Law School Admission Test India (LSAT -India).

SAAT 2016

The paper will have objective type questions. The number of questions will have a total of 180 questions. Each question shall have four probable answers with only one correct answer. Every correct answer shall carry four marks. There will also be negative marking wherein each incorrect answer will lead to deduction of one mark. Each un-answered question will carry zero mark.

CLAT 2016

Common Law Entrance Test (CLAT) 2017 is conducted for both Under-graduate and Post-graduate courses at an all-India level. The Test will consist of objective type questions and will be of 2 hours’ duration. The test will carry a maximum of 200 marks. If more than one candidate gets the same rank in the merit list, the order of priority for the selection of the candidate against the available vacancies will be strictly based on the percentage of marks obtained in the qualifying examination.


Reservation

  • 15% and 7.5% seats in all programmes are reserved respectively for candidates belonging to Schedule Caste and Schedule Tribe by birth (not by marriage or adoption). SC/ST candidates from Odisha who are staying outside the state have to produce SC/ST certificate from the competent authority of Odisha State during counselling.
  • 30% of seats under each category for all the programmes are reserved for women candidates.
  • 3% seats are reserved for physically handicapped (PH) candidates.

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