The Department of Law, University of Mumbai is going to invite online applications for All India LL.M. Entrance Examination for admission into LL.M. (Two Years) Degree Course offered by University and its affiliated colleges/intuitions for the academic year 2018-2019. Read about Mumbai University All India LLM Entrance exam 2018 eligibility criteria, application process, important dates, selection process and other details on All India LLM Entrance examination 2018.
Mumbai University All India LLM Entrance exam 2018 eligibility criteria
Candidates who have passed LL.B. Degree Course or those who are in the Final Semester of 3 or 5 years LL.B. Degree Course from the University of Mumbai or Other Universities is eligible to apply for All India LLM Entrance exam 2018.
How to apply for Mumbai University All India LLM Entrance exam 2018
Eligible candidates can downloaded the application form from the University Website http://mu.ac.in/portal/department-of-law/ and send the duly filled in form to the Department of Law within the prescribed time and venue mentioned below on or before the last date specified.
Entrance exam fee can be paid in the form of Demand Draft of Rs. 650/- General Category Students and Rs. 350/- for [SC, ST, VJ / DT–NT (A,B,C,D) OBC, SBC] drawn in favour of “The Finance and Accounts Officer, University of Mumbai,” payable at Mumbai and should be submitted by the Applicant at the time of submission of duly filled in prescribed form in the “Office of The Department of Law, Room No. 126, University of Mumbai, Fort Campus, Mumbai – 32” either in person or by post. Candidate must Write Name, Address and Mobile Number on the backside of the Demand Draft.
Mumbai University All India LLM Entrance exam 2018 important dates
• Last date to send the application form at university office- 10 April, 2018
• Last date to send the application form at university office- 29 April, 2018
• Date of Entrance Examination- 3 June, 2018
Mumbai University All India LLM Entrance examination 2018 test pattern
The LL.M. Entrance Examination Test paper will consist of 50 Objective type questions with multiple choices for total 100 marks. There shall be no negative marking for wrong answers. Language of the paper will be English.
Syllabus : (1) Constitutional Law (2) Jurisprudence (3) Law of Torts (4) Law of Crimes (5) Law of Contract (6) Administrative Law (7) Human Rights Law (8) Family Law (9) Company Law