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The students who have passed LL.B. degree from other than Mumbai University are required to obtain Provisional Statement of Eligibility Certificate from Eligibility Section, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Bhavan, Santacruz (E.), Vidyanagari, Mumbai–400098.They are further required to pay the amount in the Department of Law as a fee for procedural Document Verification as prescribed by this University from time to time for confirmation of the validity of their certificates of their previous University and confirmation of Eligibility to their LL.M. Course.
An application for admission to the LL.M degree course must be made in the prescribed form and be submitted to the college within the prescribed time, immediately after the declaration of the results of the LL.B. degree examination of University of Mumbai held in first half of every year.
Admission forms for the LL.M. degree course shall be referred to the Admission Committee comprising of the Principal and the recognized Post-graduate teachers of the University to fix the criteria of admission.
The students selected for admission to LL.M. degree course shall register themselves with University of Mumbai as the Post-graduate students.
Students will not be permitted to pursue the LL.M. degree course simultaneously with any other course of this or any other recognized University.
Admission of the students shall be made in accordance with the merits at the LL.M Entrance exam and marks secured at LL. B degree.
Admission to the LL.M. degree course shall be made for the entire academic year, i.e. for both the First and Second Semesters at the beginning of the academic year at one time.
A Candidate for being eligible for the Second Semester must have successfully kept terms for the First Semester, irrespective of the result of the First Semester Examination.
A candidate for being eligible for admission to the Third and Fourth Semester must have either passed in the First and Second Semesters or must have got exemption in at least six papers of the First and Second Semesters. Student who remains absent or fail in the Third Semester Practical Examination is required to pay only examination fees to become eligible to appear for Practical Examination.
Unless students pass all the Theory papers and Practical paper of third Semester examinations and dissertation of the Fourth Semester, their final result shall not be declared.
The First Semester shall be of two Foundation Papers and two Papers of an Optional Group. Each Paper shall be of 100 Marks. (4credits)
The Second Semester shall be of two Foundation Papers and the next two Papers of Optional Group opted by the student in the First Semester. Each Paper shall be of 100 Marks (4credits)
The third semester shall be last two papers of optional group. Each paper shall be of 100 Marks. (4 credits each)
A candidate must appear the Entrance Examination conducted by University of Mumbai for seeking admission to LL.M. course.
The minimum qualification for a candidate of general category making an application for admission to the LL.M degree course is a LL.B. degree of this University or a degree recognized as equivalent thereto.
(N.B.: The following fee structure is subject to revision)
First Year LL.M. Admission Fees
PG Registration Fees
University Enrolment Fees
Identity Card & Library Card
Students’ Group Insurance
Student Welfare Fund
Disaster Relief Fund
Sports and Cultural Activities
Caution Money (Refundable)
Examination Fees (Two Sem.)