Applicants applying for LLB admission to law colleges in Jharkhand are required to give a Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) in order to be eligible for admission to the undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes of 16 National Law Universities and is conducted on rotation by 16 National Law Universities. The applicant should take care to ensure that the qualifying examination for seeking admission to LLB, Part-1 must be recognized by the Bar Council of India, New Delhi and/or also by Vinoba Bhave University, Hazaribagh.
Note that not all colleges consider CLAT scores of applicants, but government colleges do require CLAT scores for admission. There are some private colleges who admit applicants based on other admission tests, including LSAT among others instead of CLAT.
The applicant seeking LLB admission for a 3 years course duration is required to possess a bachelor’s degree and for a 5-year course, applicants must have successfully cleared a 10+2 level from a recognized board of education with a minimum of 45%-55% and this may vary from institute to institute based on the reservations or their private holding. Also, government colleges will have reservations under various categories for the under privileged, information of which can be obtained directly from the college from where the applicant is interested to study.
The applicant seeking admission to LLB admission should not exceed 20 years for the five-year LLB Course and applicants should not exceed 30 years for the three-year LLB Course.
List of Top Law Colleges in Jharkhand
• Law College, Dhanbad.
• Chotanagpur Law College, Ranchi.
• Immanul Kai Khan Law College, Bokaro.
• Rajendra Law College, Hazaribagh.
Applicants, after passing the CLAT or other Common Entrance Test can apply to the college of their choice and subject to the procedures of the college where the applicant is applying, by filling up the application forms, submitting education certificates and fees for the course.