AMU – Aligarh Muslim University
The Aligarh Muslim University conducts entrance exam for B.A. LL.B every year for the admission into a five-year integrated course. The candidates who are seeking admission to its programmes are required to appear for the entrance exam. The university is recognized that is the reason every year a number of students take the exam.
Sir Sayed Ahmed Khan, a great social reformer and freedom fighter, had founded the Mohammedan Anglo Oriental College in 1875 with the intention of imparting the education among the disadvantaged society. He felt a great need of modern education and started up the school. Later on, in the year of 1920 the college culminated into a big university, Aligarh Muslim University, by an act of Indian Legislative Council. The university has given many scholars, leaders and writers to the nation. The university is located at Delhi-Kolkata Railway and Grand Trunk Road.
Aligarh Muslim University offers more than 250 courses in both modern and tradition branch of education. Being a recognized university, it draws students from all over the world, specially, from West Asia, Africa and South East Asia. The candidates who are from SAARC and Commonwealth countries will get reservation for seats in some of the courses. The admissions are open to everyone irrespective of religion, creed, caste and colour.
Generally, the entrance exam for the admission into B.A. LL.B. programme is held in the month of May. To get the admission, the candidates have to meet the prescribed criteria. The university has total 100 intakes for B.A. LL.B. programme.
AMU – Eligibility Criteria, Test Pattern and How to Apply