GLC - Selection Procedure
Admission will be made only on the basis of merit in 10+2 of Maharashtra State Board. Students from other boards are required to have 5 % more marks than the minimum marks prescribed for Maharashtra State Board candidates. candidates who have more than 40 % marks but less than 45 % marks, need to take a common eligibility exam which is conducted by the institute. The admission process begins instantaneously after declaration of 12th results for admission to the five year integrated course.
There is a 50% seat reservation for candidates who belong to Maharashtra reserved category. Candidates will have to appear for the interview which will be conducted to complete the formality before the admission. There will be a separate cut-off for Science and Commerce students.
The prospectus and application form can be obtained from the college office. The candidates need to fill the application form properly. The duly completed form must be submitted to the college office on or before the last date of submission. Once the application procedure is over, the merit list will be displayed on the college notice board. The admission will be made on the basis of merit purely. There are three categories as mentioned below.
- General category: comprises candidates from Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and HSC examination.
- Reserved Category: Comprises candidates from Maharashtra
- General Category: Comprises candidates from Boards outside Maharashtra. The candidates who fall under this category are required to obtain at least 50 % more marks than students of Maharashtra Board.
Course Structure :
The BLS LLB programme is a full-time course which comprises 10 semesters. The first two years cover a pre-law course. In this course, the students will be taught social science subjects such as Political Science, History, English, History of Courts, Economics, Sociology, Logic, Legal Language, etc. and in the subsequent years, law subject will consist of Contracts, Family law, Constitutional law, Law of Crimes, Interpretation of Statutes, Torts, Labour law, Property law, International law, Alternate dispute resolution, etc.
The students will be given an option to choose some subjects with some compulsory subjects in the 8th and 10th semester. 4 compulsory practical papers will be given to all the students. After successful completion of 3 years, the students will be awarded with the BLS and LLB. The Degree will be awarded after completion of 5 years.