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Lloyd Law College

Lloyd Law College

Summary:

Lloyd Law College is also known as LLC) is one of finest law school in India. The institution is situated in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh. The college offers five years integrated course in B.A LL.B and 3 years LL.B course with specialization in different areas of law.


Lloyd Law College is also known as LLC) is one of finest law school in India. The institution is situated in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh. The college offers five years integrated course in B.A LL.B and 3 years LL.B course with specialization in different areas of law.

Courses offered

LLC is one of those prime law colleges in India which offers conjoined degree course of B.A.LL.B that combine law degrees with papers in liberal arts. LLC has five year dual degree integrated course in B.A. LL.B and 3 years LL.B.

The former course is divided into ten semesters having five papers in each of the semesters. The courses are structured in such a way that it includes law degrees with papers in liberal arts in a way that is supportive for the students to cover the course in a systematic way. The 3 years law course follows a Semester system of examination and gives specialisation in different areas of law.

All the courses of LLC are approved by Bar Council of India and are affiliated to the CCS University.

Admission procedure

Students can take admission in the institute through a written common test known as LET (Lloyd Entrance Test), which is commonly conducted in the month of May. Apart from the score obtained in the LET a student must have qualified the 10+2 or equivalent examination in any stream with at least 45% marks with English as a compulsory subject.

Contact information

Address: Plot No. 11, Knowledge Park II, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201306
 
Phone: 0120 652 5116


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