Five Year Course (B.L.S.)

The admission for first year B.L.S. will commence immediately after the declaration of H.S.C. results of the Board of Maharashtra and the result of CET conducted by the Maharashtra state.
Merit list of admissions will be displayed on the college notice board. Selected candidates will have to seek admission within specified date notified by the college. The admission must be taken by the student himself in person.

Admission Eligibility:
The Applicant, who has obtained 10+2 SSC/HSC examination (HSC) with 45% marks and passed in one attempt and has also passed CET conducted by Maharashtra state with qualifying marks is eligible for admission to Five Year LL.B./BLS course for admission. However, candidate belonging to Reserve Catogary (SC/ST) need 40% marks at HSC and OBC catogary need 42% marks.
The Applicant, who has passed 10+2 SSC/HSC through open university system directly without having any basic qualification for prosecuting such studies are not eligible for admission in the law course.
Seats will be allotted to the institution by the competant authority conducting CET of Maharashtra State.

Documents required for Admission:
Following documents are required for admission:
1.    Statement of Marks (3 Photo copies Attested) of Std.X & XII passed in single sitting.
2.    Passing Certificate indicating date of birth (2 Photocopies Attested) of Std. XII.
3.    Leaving Certificate (2 Photocopies Attested) from school/college.
4.    Provisional Eligibility Certificate from Mumbai University if the student migrats from the Board other than Maharashtra Board.
5.    Passport and Visa, in case of overseas students. Tourist Visa/Entry Visa will not be considered.
6.    Four recent passport size photographs.
7.   NOC from college where one semester is completed and seeking admission for another semester in this college.

Standard of Passing the Semester Examinations and the rules of exemption

  • R.4437:- To pass the examination the candidates must obtain at least 45% marks in each paper and in practicals separately. Those candidates who obtain less than 60% of the marks in all paper at one and the same sitting will be placed in the Second Class. Those of the successful candidates who obtain 60% marks in all paper at one and the same sitting will be placed in the First Class.
  • A candidate who obtains 45% marks in Theory paper and in practicals may, at his option, be exempted from appearing in the paper and in the practicals as the case may be.
  • To pass any of the Semester Examinations, a candidate must have passed in all the subjects of that semester as per the provisions mentioned in the preceding rules.
  • No candidate will be admitted to, and allowed to appear at the examinations to be conducted at the end of the 2nd, 4th, 6th, 8th, and 10th Semesters, unless he has successfully passed the examination in the Practicals for the respective semesters conducted by the college, with a minimum of  45% marks. The results of the candidates appearing at the Fourth, Sixth, Eight and Tenth semesters of the 5 year LL.B. course shall not be declared unless and until the candidate has been declared passed in all the papers up to second, Fourth or Sixth  and Eighth semester respectively.
  • A candidate, for being eligible for the First Semester examination must have completed the requisite attendance of 75% in the given semester as per the University rules and regulations.
    Note: For any ambiguity, the Rules & Regulations of University in force will Prevail.

    Rules regarding allocation of class at the Mumbai University Examination at the end of academic year:

  • A candidate of pre-law course securing at least 45% marks in each paper, shall be declared to have passed the examination in the Pass Class.
  • A candidate who secures an aggregate of 50% marks on the whole, shall be declared to have passed the examination in the Second Class
  • and a candidate who secures an aggregate of 60% marks on the whole, shall be declared to have passed the examination in First Class.
  • All students of the Three Year Course and the students of the Third, Fourth and Fifth year of the Five year course, who secure minimum 45% of marks in each paper and an aggregate of 50% marks on the whole, shall be declared to have passed the examination in Second Class. Candidates who secure minimum 45% of marks in each paper and 60% of marks in the aggregate shall be declared to have passed the examination in First Class.
  • Attendance as per University Rules.

Three Year Course (LL.B.)

The admission for first year LL.B. will commence immediately after the declaration of results of graduation courses of the University of Mumbai and the result of CET conducted by the Maharashtra State.
Merit list of admissions will be displayed on the college notice board. Selected candidates will have to seek admission within specified date notified by the college. The admission must be taken by the student himself in person.

Admission Eligibility:
The Applicant, who has obtained Bachelor’s Degree in any faculty with 45% marks and passed in one attempt and has also passed CET conducted by Maharashtra State with qualifying marks is eligible for admission to Three Year LL.B. course. However the candidate belonging to Reserve Catogary (SC/ST) need 40% marks at Degree level and OBC catogary need 42% marks.
The Applicant, who has obtained 10+2 SSC/HSC/Degree through open university system directly without having any basic qualification for prosecuting such studies are not eligible for admission in the law course.
Seats will be allotted to the institution by the competant authority conducting CET of Maharashtra State.

Documents required for Admission:
Following documents are required for admission:
1.    Statement of Marks (3 Photo copies attested of graduation passed).
2.    Passing Certificate indicating date of birth (2 Photocopies Attested)
3.    Leaving Certificate/ Transfer Certificate (2 Photocopies Attested)
4.    Provisional Eligibility Certificate from Mumbai University if the student migrats from university other than Mumbai University.
5.    Migration Certificate (if the student migrating from university other than Mumbai University).
6.    No Objection Certificate (NOC) from college where one semester is completed and seeking admission for another semester, in this college.
7.    Passport and Visa, in case of overseas students. Tourist Visa/Entry Visa will not be considered.
8.    Four recent passport size photographs.
9.    Undertaking, that he/she will attend all lectures of the college regularly and will fulfill atleast 70% attednace in each semester.

Standard of Passing the Semester Examinations and the rules of exemption

  • R.4437:- To pass the examination the candidates must obtain at least 45% marks in each paper and in practicals, separately. Those candidates, who obtain less than 60% of the marks in all paper at one and the same sitting, will be placed in the Second Class. Those of the successful candidates who obtain 60% marks in all paper at one and the same sitting, will be placed in the First Class.
  • A candidate who obtains 45% marks in Theory paper and in practicals may, at his option, be exempted from appearing in the subject papers and in practicals as the case may be.
  • The candidates shall also be entitled to the benefit of allocable grace marks as per the University Regulations.
  • To pass any of the Semester Examinations, a candidate must have passed in all the subjects of that semester as per the provisions mentioned in the preceding rules.
  • No candidate will be admitted to, and allowed to appear at the examinations to be conducted at the end of the Second, Fourth and Sixth Semesters of 3 year  LL.B. Course unless he has successfully passed the examination in Practical Training Papers for the respective semesters, conducted by the college, with a minimum of  45% marks. The results of the candidates appearing at the Fourth, Sixth, Eight and Tenth semesters of the 5 year LL.B. course shall not be declared unless and until the candidate has been declared passed in all the papers up to second, Fourth, Sixth or Eighth semester respectively. The results of the candidates appearing at the fourth or sixth semester of the  3year LL.B. course shall not be declared unless and until the candidate has been declared passed in all the papers up to second and fourth semester respectively.
  • A candidate, for being eligible for the First Semester examination must have completed the requisite attendance of 75% in the given semester as per the University rules and regulations.
    Note: For any ambiguity, the Rules & Regulations of University in force will Prevail.