Galgotias University LLM Admission 2018 – The School of Law Galgotias University offers admission into One year LLM degree programme. Details of Galgotias University BA LLB Admission 2018 such as application form, eligibility criteria, admission process and other important information are given on this page.
Galgotias University LLM Admission 2018 – 2019
The introduction of LL.M. One year Degree Programme by the University Grant Commission (UGC) is intended to enable the existing legal education system to compete with the system prevailing in developed countries like USA and UK. The School of Law Galgotias University offers One Year LL.M. Degree Programme as per UGC Guidelines under the auspices of Centre of Post-Graduate Legal Studies (CPGLS). The vision of the University is to achieve excellence in legal education and become a renowned centre for higher education and academic research’.
- Course : One Year LL.M. Degree Programme
- Duration : 1 Year
Eligible candidates can fill the application form for admission into one Year LL.M. degree programme from the Galgotias University’s website at law.galgotiasuniversity.edu.in/. Interested candidate can also fill the application form direct link that is provided below. Candidate will need to register first for the application form after this for any change in the application form can be processed by loging in.
Apply online: Click here to apply for LL.M. Degree Programme.
Official Website: http://www.galgotiasuniversity.edu.in/
Indian / Foreign nationals seeking admission to the One Year LL M Degree Programme should have passed the final examination of Bachelor Degree in conducted by a University duly recognised by the UGC with minimum 50% aggregate marks. Students who have appeared for final year Degree examination can be admitted provisionally, subject to clearing the final year examinations latest by the date decided by the University.
A Post Graduate in Law can join the judicial services as Judge after clearing exam conducted by various State Commissions apart from pursuing research in law or taking up teaching assignment.