IPU Admission 2020 for Law Courses, CLAT Score Accepted, Details here

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The Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU) has started the admission process for Undergraduate Law Course BA LLB and BBA LLB based on Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2020.

The Supreme Court has earlier confirmed that the admission process for the Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University Undergraduate Law program will be based on the CLAT 2020 from the Academic year 2020 onwards.

Following which, IP University has opened the application window for its various courses. Interested candidates can apply from September 12-27, 2020 in online mode on its official website (ipu.ac.in).Check details below.

IPU UG Law Admission 2020: Highlights

Candidates who are interested in seeking admission in IP University BA LLB and BBA LLB programs have to meet the eligibility criteria provided by the university. The eligibility criteria and other details are mentioned in the table below:


Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University


Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Law (BA LLB), and Bachelor of Business Administration and Bachelor of Law (BBA LLB)

Eligibility Criteria

Passed 10+2 from any recognized institute

Selection Criteria

Common-Law Admission Test (CLAT)

Application Process


Official Website


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Earlier, the university used to conduct the admission process for LLB based on the IP University Common Entrance Exam Test. From the year 2020, the university decided to opt for the popular law entrance exam CLAT to shortlist candidates for admission.

GGSIPU provides two undergraduate law courses to the students, Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Law (BA LLB), and Bachelor of Business Administration and Bachelor of Law (BBA LLB). 

Students willing to apply for law programs in GGSIPU can do so by filling up the online application form provided by the university website.

CLAT 2020 Important Dates

CLAT 2020 exam is to be conducted in September 2020. The Provisional Answer key will be released for the same on September 28, 2020. For more details, refer to the table below:



CLAT 2020 Admit Card Release

15 September 2020

CLAT 2020 Revised Exam Date 

28 September 2020

CLAT 2020 Provisional Answer Key Release

28 September 2020

The release of the CLAT 2020 Final Answer Key and Declaration of CLAT 2020 Results is to be announced by the authority. Students are advised to check the official website of CLAT for upcoming dates.

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IPU Law Courses Admission 2020: Eligibility Criteria 

The eligibility criteria of GGSIPU University is as followed:

  • Interested candidates should have completed their education up-to 12th, and should have passing marks in all subjects. 
  • Aggregate scored marks scored by the student should not be less than 50% in class 12th board exam. 
  • The student must have the English language as a subject in class 12th. 
  • Students must obtain their class 12th degree from a recognized board.

Read: CLAT 2020 Section-Wise Preparation Tips

IPU Admission 2020: Selection Process for Law Courses

The first step towards seeking admission in GGSIPU Law courses is to appear for CLAT 2020 examinations. Candidates will be shortlisted on the basis of their CLAT score and will be selected for admission to the university.

Every year, thousands of students apply in the admission process of IP university as the university is one of the best law institutes in the country. For getting admission in IP University students need to appear in the entrance exam and meet the aforementioned admission eligibility requirements of the college. 

Read: CLAT 2020 Sample Papers

The university starts the selection process for BA LLB students and BBA LLB students after the declaration of CLAT results. Candidates are selected on the basis of marks obtained in the Common law Admission Test (CLAT).

After getting selected based on the CLAT score, students are called for a counselling session at the university. Selected candidates have to visit the college campus to verify their documents.