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DU - University of Delhi

University of Delhi (DU) is one of the premier institutions in the country. The faculty of law has been established in 1924. Dr. Hari Singh Gaur, former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Delhi, had the honour of being its first Dean. The faculty of law has three law centers which are:

  • The Campus Law Center
  • Law Center - I
  • Law Center - II

Every law center has its own administrative staff and teaching faculty. These three law centers conduct the LLB., programme. Besides, there is fourth unit faculty of law which offers:

  • Master of Law (which is full-time and part-time programme)
  • Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D)
  • Doctor of Civil Law (D.C.L.)
  • Master of Comparative Law (M.C.L. for foreign students.)

The law school gives admission to above programmes to foreign students who are from: Ethiopia, Indonesia, Japan, Jordan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Vietnam, Bhutan, Sudan, Ukraine, Germany, and Iran.

University of Delhi offers a three-year LLB., and LL.M. course. Candidates who wish to take admission to above said course need to appear for the entrance exam. The exam will be held in Delhi.

Application Form
Candidates can obtain the prospectus and application form by paying requisite amount from Admission Coordinator, Faculty of Law, Delhi. The form can also be obtained by post. Candidates are required to send a request form along with Bank Draft of Rs. 250 drawn in favour of Registrar, University of Delhi, payable at Delhi.

The prospectus and application form can also be downloaded from university website . Candidates should make sure that the application form is filled in properly. If there is any mistake or incomplete information in the form, it won't be accepted. Bank Draft of requisite amount must be attached with the form; otherwise, the application shall be rejected.

Candidates must ensure that the duly completed application form is sent before or on the last date of submission. No form will be accepted after the prescribed date. The University of Delhi does not take any responsibility in the courier or post delay. For all admission related queries, candidates are advised to visit to the university website as mentioned above.

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