Government Law College (GLC), Mumbai was established in 1855. It has the distinction of being the oldest Law College in Asia. GLC offers 3-year and 5-year degree courses in law. Additionally, it offers PG Diploma courses in 3 disciplines. GLC, Mumbai also offers Diploma in Cyber Law, in association with the Asian School of Cyber Law.
|Name of College||Government Law College, Mumbai|
|Basic Admission Criteria||For 3 and 5-year degree course: Entrance based|
|For PG Diploma courses: Merit Based|
|Last date to apply||For 3-year LL.B course: June (tentatively)|
|For 5-year LL.B course: July (tentatively)|
|Name of Entrance||Common Entrance Test (CET)|
|Entrance Exam Date||For 3-year LL.B course: May 21, 2017|
|For 5-year LL.B course: May 20, 2017|
|Entrance Result Date||May 30,2017|
|Online registration start date||March 31,2017|
|Online registration last date||April 26, 2017|
|Hall ticket issue date||May 09,2017|
|Date of entrance exam||LL.B 3-year: April 21, 2017|
|LL.B 5-year: April 20, 2017|
|Declaration of result||May 30, 2017|
GLC offers LL.B program of 3 and 5-year duration. Candidates seeking admission have to qualify the CET. Final admission will be granted on the basis of candidates’ performance in CET.
Application forms can be downloaded from the official website of the college or can be obtained from the admission office.
|Course Name||Eligibility||Intake||Selection Criteria|
|3-year LL.B course||Candidates must have passed the 10+2 examination conducted by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education or any equivalent board, with minimum 50% marks.||Aided:320||Merit list based on CET. (Minimum CET score required for Gen category student out of 150 is 50; for reserved category students, it is 40 out of 150)|
|5-year LL-B course||Candidates need to secure minimum 50% marks in any degree examination of Mumbai University or any other University recognized as equivalent thereto by the Mumbai University||Aided: 160 and unaided 80|
key points regarding LL.B admission:
Candidates seeking admission in Diploma courses should obtain and fill admission form available at the college office or at the official website of the college. List of the selected candidates for the admissions based on merit will be displayed on the notice board of the college or college website. Candidates will also be intimated directly on mobile or on their respective e-mail IDs.
|Course Name||Specialization||Eligibility||Selection Criteria|
|PG Diploma||Securities Law||PG in any discipline is required.||Selection is done according to the rules and guidelines laid down by the College. Final admission will be granted on the basis of student’s performance in the qualifying examination.|
|Intellectual Property Rights|
|PG Certificate||Human Rights|
|Diploma||Cyber Law||Candidate should have done or LLB.|
Candidates can apply for CET by following the below-mentioned steps:
Following documents are required to be attached with the application form:
Note: Candidates from outside Maharashtra with a degree from universities located in states other than Maharashtra belonging to any category will be considered as an open category.
Benefits of reservation are available to candidates of Maharashtra State only. Students can check the category-wise reservation as tabulated below:
|SC and SC students who have adopted Buddhist Religion||13|
|Nomadic Tribes (Dhangar and Similar Tribes (NT-2) C||3|
|Nomadic Tribes (Vanjari and Similar Tribes) NT-3) D||2|
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After pursuing B.Com and Company secretary i opted for Bachelors in Law (L.L.B) 3 year course in Government Law College, Mumbai. You can also apply after your 12th examinations. Backgrounds of commerce, science and arts , all are welcome for LLB.
I appeared for BMS and I scored 85% in that exam, I opted for this college because it's the best. But now you have to give CET law exams to get admission.
There was no entrance exam for this course, however there was spot admissions forms to be filled by me. The best college in Maharashtra for pursuing LLB.
You do not need to give an entrance test to get through Government Law college. Your marks of 12th grade decide if you can make it to this 5 year law course or not.
There was no entrance exam for the course, i scored 74% in b.com and secured LLB admission in open category. I wanted to practice as a lawyer so i opted for LLB graduation.
Admissions are given on standard 12th results. There are different cut offs for different streams Arts, Commerce and Sciences.
The admission is done directly on merit based on the result of intermediate result. The cut off varies as per different stream viz. science, commerce and arts. The college also have reservation for maharashtra board students.
No entrance exam required but a high percentage in 12th grade is a must. Glc is one of the best law colleges in mumbai infact it is like a brand.
I scored 85% in my ty bcom to get admission in Government law collegeI heard that many big lawyers n judges had studied from this college thats why i opted for Government law collegethe admission process was tediouslong queue.