National Testing Agency (NTA), on behalf of Faculty of Law, Delhi University, conducts the DU LLB entrance test for the candidates seeking a bachelor degree in law. Delhi University offers the 3-year LLB programme at the following three centres:
NTA is yet to notify the new date for Delhi University Entrance Test (DUET) 2020, which was earlier slated to take place from June 2 to June 9 for different undergraduate programmes. The application form for Delhi University LLB entrance test was available from June 20 to July 18 (till 5 PM).
To register for the DU LLB entrance test, candidates must have a graduation degree (in any stream) with at least 50% marks (5-10% relaxation to reserved categories) from a recognized university/college. The eligible registered applicants shall be issued Delhi University LLB entrance test admit card.
The DUET entrance test question paper is divided into four sections – Legal Awareness & Aptitude, General Knowledge, Analytical Abilities and English Language Comprehension. Candidates need to answer 100 MCQs in 120 minutes. As per the marking scheme, examinees shall be awarded 4 marks for each correct answer and they have to bear the deduction of 1 mark for each incorrect response.
Read this article further to gain insightful information about the DU LLB entrance test.
Check out the key dates for various events of Delhi University LLB entrance test in the below table:
DU LLB Exam Dates 2020
|Events||DU LLB Important Dates|
|DU LLB online registration start date||June 20, 2020|
|Last date to register for DU LLB entrance test (DUET)||July 4, 2020|
|Issuance of admit card||Third week of July 2020 (indicative)|
|Conduct of DU LLB 2020 online exam||Last week of July 2020 (indicative)|
|Release of answer key||First week of August 2020 (indicative)|
|Declaration of result||Delhi University will announce the date soon|
|Commencement of counselling process||Delhi University will announce the date soon|
The Supreme Court of India removed the age restrictions to pursue a legal education (at any level) in 2017. However, it’s imperative to know the other eligibility criteria for DU LLB before submitting the application form for the entrance test.
Minimum Marks in Qualifying Education (Graduation)
Candidates must have graduated with at least 50% marks. However, there are relaxations in minimum marks requirement for reserved categories.
Category Wise Minimum Marks
|Category||Minimum Marks Required (in graduation)|
|Scheduled Caste (SC)||40%|
|Scheduled Tribe (ST)||40%|
|Other Backward Classes (OBC)||45%|
|Persons with Disability (PwD)||45%|
|Children/wives of Army Personnel (CW)||45%|
The DU LLB application form submission window was initially available from June 20 to July 4. Later, the authority decided to extend the application form submission process until July 18, 2020. Candidates need to first register and then fill the application form. The submission process concludes after the candidates pay the application fee successfully.
How to fill the Delhi University LLB entrance test application form?
The step-wise procedure to fill the application form of Delhi University LLB entrance test is as follows:
Step 1 – Visit the official website on ug.du.ac.in
Step 2 – Click on ‘New Registration’ Tab
Step 3 – Provide your details such as name, email ID, contact number and fill the CAPTCHA code. Then, hit submit button
Step 4 – Validate your email ID by clicking the validation link
Step 5 – Enter your details such as qualification, date of birth, address, aadhaar card number, etc. in the specified boxes
Step 6 – Upload your scanned photograph, signature and photo ID proof in the required format
Step 7 – Pay the Delhi University LLB application fee using Net Banking/Debit Card/Credit Card
Note – Applicants must take the printout of the application form submission acknowledgement page for further reference
Scanned Document Specifications
|Document Type||Pixel Size||File Size||Format|
|Photograph||100 X 130||50-100 KB||jpg/jpeg/png|
|Signature||140 X 60||Not more than 50 KB||jpg/jpeg/png|
|Photo ID Proof||–||Not more than 50 KB||jpg/jpeg/png|
The application fee for various categories is as follows:
|Category||Fee (in INR)|
Candidates who successfully submit their application forms are issued the Delhi University LLB admit card. Candidates must mandatorily carry the admit card along with a photo ID proof to the examination hall. The hall ticket of DU LLB entrance test shall be issued online on the official website. Candidates need to follow the below-mentioned steps to download their respective admit cards:
Step 1 – Visit the official website of National Testing Agency, i.e. nta.ac.in/DUETExam
Step 2 – Click on ‘Download DU LLB Admit Card’ button
Step 3 – Enter your login credentials including DU LLB application number and date of birth/password
Step 4 – Hit the ‘Proceed’ button to enter the login dashboard
Step 6 – The admit card appears on the screen. Check all the details on the admit card carefully
Step 7 – Take at least 2-3 printouts of the admit card
Note – Candidates should retain the printout of Delhi University LLB hall ticket until the admission process gets over
It is always considered a wise move to start preparing for the DU LLB entrance test after getting familiar with the exam pattern. The table below explains the key aspects of DUET for LLB exam pattern:
|Mode of Exam||Computer-based Test (CBT)|
|Mode of Language in the Question Paper||English|
|Duration of Exam||120 Minutes i.e. 2 Hours|
|Number of Questions||100|
|Nature of Questions||Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)|
|Marking Scheme||+4 for each correct response |
-1 for each incorrect response
Along with the exam pattern, candidates should also know about the section-wise topics they need to prepare. The table below comprises the official syllabus of Delhi University LLB entrance test.
Section-wise DU LLB Syllabus
|General Knowledge|| |
|Legal Awareness & Aptitude|| |
|English Language Comprehensions|| |
|Analytical Abilities|| |
The answer key of Delhi University LLB entrance test enables candidates to estimate their probable score well before the result announcement. Test-takers need to follow the below-given steps to check the answer key of DU LLB entrance test online:
Step 1 – Browse the official website of Delhi University (du.ac.in)
Step 2 – Enter your login credentials (application form number and date of birth)
Step 3 – Click on the ‘Login’ button
Step 4 – You will find three links stating:
Click on the link ‘Download Interim Answer Key’
Step 5 – Download the Delhi University LLB answer key in PDF format
After downloading the answer key, candidates need to also download the response sheet that carries the answers marked by them in the test. It will help them calculate their probable scores precisely. Examinees can challenge the answers in the provisional answer key. After considering the challenges, Delhi University releases the final answer key.
Result declaration is the most awaited moment in any exam. It is anticipated that the result of the DU LLB entrance test shall be released after two weeks of the examination. Candidates can check their results online by following the steps mentioned below:
Step 1 – Go to the official website of NTA for DUET (nta.ac.in/DUETExam)
Step 2 – Click on the link ‘DUET 2020 result’
Step 3 – Enter your application form number and date of birth in the specified boxes
Step 4 – After entering the login credentials, click on the ‘Login’ button
Step 5 – In the next window, you will find two options:
Click on the ‘View Score Card’ link to check your DU LLB result
Step 6 – Your Delhi University LLB scorecard will display on the screen
Step 7 – Take the printout of your scorecard for further reference
Faculty of Law, Delhi University releases the Delhi University LLB cutoff list after the result declaration. Only those candidates, who score equal to or more than the DU LLB cutoff marks in the entrance test, are shortlisted for the counselling process. The factors that help in determining the cutoff are the number of examinees, the difficulty level of the test, reservation scheme, etc. On the basis of previous years’ trends, our experts have predicted the expected Delhi University LLB cutoff 2020 as follows:
DU LLB Cutoff Ranks – Indicative
|Category||First Cutoff List||Second Cutoff List||Third Cutoff List||Fourth Cutoff List*|
|General||81 – 84||84 – 88||84 – 89||60 – 65|
|OBC||134 – 137||139 – 145||141 – 146||106 – 110|
|EWS||114 – 117||119 – 125||121 – 125||119 – 124|
|SC||153 – 157||162 -167||163 – 167||160 – 165|
|ST||201 – 209||217 – 221||224 – 229||226 – 229|
*The cutoff rank in the last round of admission decreases as the reserved category seats are merged with the general category seats
Faculty of Law, Delhi University hosts the DU LLB counselling in offline mode. Candidates who qualify the entrance test as per Delhi University LLB cutoff score in their respective category are shortlisted to attend the DU LLB counselling process. While participating in DU LLB counselling, candidates need to carry their original documents along with the photocopies for verification purposes. The documents that need to be carried are:
Candidates can check the table below to know the number of seats available for Delhi University LLB admission at different law centres.
Centre-wise DU LLB Seat Intake Capacity
|Participating Institutes||Number of Seats|
|Campus Law Centre (CLC)||1107|
|Law Centre 1 (LC1)||1106|
|Law Centre 2 (LC2)||1107|
Delhi University follows a reservation scheme (defined by the Delhi government) for admission in its 3-year LLB course. Check out the seat reservation policy at Delhi University in the table below.
DU LLB Reservation Policy
|Other Backward Classes (OBC)||27%|
|Scheduled Caste (SC)||15%|
|Scheduled Tribes (ST)||7.5%|
|Economically Weaker Section (EWS)||10%|
|Persons with Benchmark Disability (PwBD)||5%|
|Armed Forces (CW) Quota||5%|
Note – Unoccupied seats of SC category will be merged to ST category seats and vice versa. If the seats are still vacant after the conversion, the unoccupied seats will be left vacant for the course.
After the COVID-19 disruption, the conducting body is yet to release the exam date of DU LLB entrance test. Keep visiting this page to catch the latest updates in this regard.
Candidates can fill and submit the application form of Delhi University LLB entrance test by July 18, 2020 until 5 PM on the official website i.e. nta.ac.in/DUETExam. Earlier, the last date for DU LLB application form submission was July 4.
No. You are not eligible to take the Delhi University LLB entrance test. Candidates who are pursuing LLB or already possess the LLB degree from any institution are not eligible as per the DU LLB eligibility criteria.
There will be a total of 100 questions in the Delhi University LLB entrance test, segregated into four sections - Legal Awareness & Aptitude, General Knowledge, Analytical Abilities and English Language Comprehension.
Yes, candidates shall be penalized with -1 mark for each incorrect response while 4 marks shall be credited to their score for each correct answer.
It is anticipated that the result of Delhi University LLB entrance test shall be released within the 2 weeks after the conduct of the exam. The conducting body is yet to notify the exact date for DU LLB result declaration.
No. It’s mandatory to score at least equal to Delhi University LLB cutoff marks to get shortlisted for the counselling round.
The officials at the Delhi University LLB counselling venue verify your original documents before issuing the provisional admission letter. Hence, you need to carry your original documents along with the photocopies.
Ans. Yes, in compliance with the Delhi government reservation scheme, Delhi University offers 7.5% reservation on its LLB total seats to candidates who belong to ST (Scheduled Tribe) category.
Ans. Yes, Delhi University has scrapped the 50% horizontal reservation for Delhi-based candidates in each category w.e.f Delhi University LLB admission 2020-21 session.
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