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LL.M. Programme

Osmania University College of Law offers LL.M. Masters Degree Course in three branches of specialization including: Mercantile Law, Constitutional Law and Labour Law. This programme works in the semester system. Candidates who wish to take admission to the above said course need to qualify LL.M. Entrance Exam which is conducted by Osmania University. Admissions will be made only on the merit that he/she has obtained in the entrance exam.

LL.M. Programme consists of two academic years and each year includes two semesters. Candidates must note that there is no admission/readmission to be made after four weeks from the date of commencing instruction. If there is any court case consequent on which the Convener of Admissions is obliged to admit any of the candidates after the last date of admission, then the seat of such candidate to be reserved for the consequent year on supplementary basis.

The allotment of seat will be solely based on the merit that is obtained in the entrance exam. no supplementary or any kind of exam will be conducted throughout the instruction period of semester. It's mandatory for every student to put in at least 40 % of attendance in the first semester, if candidates fail to do so, then they are not allowed to take the exam and their admission will be cancelled. Candidates do not secure promotion to semester-III within an utmost period of three academic years commencing from the year of admission. Candidates are required to fulfill all the requisites for the award to the degree. In case he/she fails to fulfill the prescribed requirement, then they are not eligible to get awarded with LL.M. Degree.

Candidates need to pursue a regular course of study for complete academic years as prescribed by the university. Every candidate must have to put in attendance of at least 75 % in aggregate for eligibility to take LL.M. Exam. If candidates fail to obtain the prescribed minimum percentage of attendance, then he/she will not be allowed to appear for the exam of that semester and needs to undergo anew regular course of study of the corresponding semester in a following academic session as to become eligible to take the exam.

Grading Scheme

  • First Class with Distinction - 70 % and above
  • First Class - 60 % and above but less than 70 %
  • Second Class - 50 % and above but less than 60 %
  • Pass Marks - 50 % minimum marks in each paper

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