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Christ University Law Admissions 2020: Courses, Application form, Eligibility, Placement

Updated On - June 18th 2019

The university offers BA LLB (Bachelor of Law) and BBA LLB (Bachelor of Law) programmes for the duration of 5 years.

Christ University also offers one year LLM ( Master of Law) programme in 3 specializations namely Constitutional and Administrative Law, Corporate & Commercial Law and Intellectual Property & Trade Law.

Christ University conducts CULEE entrance exam for admission in Law courses.

Candidate can obtain exam application form by online or offline mode by paying INR 1000/- as application fee.

Read about Christ University Courses & Fee

How to Apply

The university provided the option of applying online or by obtaining the form from the office of Christ University.

To apply online,

  1. Register yourself on the official website (www.christuniversity.in).
  2. Select the programme for which you want to apply (UG programme or PG programme).
  3. Fill the Christ University Law Entrance Exam 2020 form.
  4. Pay Christ University law entrance exam fee (i.e. INR 1000/-) through any of the available modes of payments (debit/credit card/net banking) as convenient.

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Eligibility Criteria

  • 10+2 examination from any state board or any other recognized board
  • 45% marks in aggregate in the qualifying degree
  • 10+2 appearing candidates also eligible to apply

Age Bar: There is no age bar to appear in CULEE 2020 as per Supreme Court’s stay on age bar in 2017.

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Selection Process

Candidate will be selected on the basis of Christ University Law Entrance Exam (CULEE) followed by Skill Assessment Test (SA), Micro Presentation(MP) and Personal Interview (PI)

Contact Details

Hosur Road

Bangalore - 560029

Karnataka , India

080-40129800 , 40129802 , 40129820

*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College

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