All about P.U LL.B 2017

P.U LLB 2017 will be conducted by the Panjab University on 25 June, 2017. The P.U LLB 2017 entrance exam will be conducted for admissions to the undergraduate law program. The duration of the LL.B course is 3 years.
P.U LLB 2017: Quick Facts
Name of the ExaminationPanjab University LLB Entrance Exam
Popular NameP.U LLB
Exam TypeUndergraduate
Level of DifficultyModerate to Difficult
Mode of ExaminationOffline/Paper-pen based
Conducting InstitutionPanjab University, Chandigarh
P.U LLB 2017: Total Seats
The P.U LLB Entrance Exam is conducted by the Panjab University to admit aspirants to the following legal study centers in addition to the Department of Laws (P.U)
Course TypeDepartment/Institution/CentreNo. of Seats (Inclusive of general and reserved)Seats for Foreign Nationals/NRI Candidates
LL.B (3 Year Course)Department of Laws(P.U) Chandigarh202 (Morning)

202 (Evening)

LL.B (3 Year Course)P.U Regional Centre Muktsar (Punjab)5808
LL.B (3 Year Course)P.U Regional Centre Muktsar (Punjab)72 (Evening)09
LL.B (3 Year Course)UILS, Swami Sarvananda Giri, P.U Regional Centre, Hoshairpur (Punjab)50+3 (3 for economically weaker section)-
P.U LLB 2017: Important Dates
Notification of the ExamJanuary 10, 2017
Availability of Online ApplicationsMay 06, 2017
Last Date of generation of Bank ChallanJune 06, 2017
Last Date of Fee RemittanceJune 09, 2017
Last Date of Uploading Photograph and Signature with the other informationJune 11, 2017
Availability of Admit CardJune 19, 2017
Date of ExaminationJune 25, 2017
Uploading of Answer Key and inviting Objections ( Only through E- Mails)June 29, 2017
Last Date of submission of objections to Answer KeyJuly 01, 2017
Declaration of ResultsJuly 04, 2017
P.U LLB 2017: Qualifications
  • An aspiring candidate should have passed or appeared in the final year of a Bachelor's degree in any faculty of the Panjab University with atleast 45% aggregate marks. This requirement is 40 % for the SC/ST/BC candidates.
  • A Bachelor's degree in any faculty of any other University recognized as equivalent to the corresponding degree of the Panjab University with at least 45% of the aggregate marks (40% for SC/ST/OBC candidates).¬†

    Please note: Provided that in case of candidates having Bachelor's degree of the Panjab University or any other University recognized by the Syndicate, through Modern Indian Languages (Hindi or Urdu or Punjabi) (Gurumukhi script) and /or in a Classical Language (Sanskrit or Persian or Arabic), the aggregate of 45% marks (40% for SC/ST/BC candidates) shall be calculated by taking into account the percentage of aggregate marks that he /she had secured in the language examination, excluding the marks for the additional optional paper English and the elective subject taken together.

  • Master's Degree in any subject from the Panjab University.
  • A Master's degree from any other university recognized as equivalent to the corresponding post-graduate degree of the Panjab University.
P.U LLB 2017: Exam Pattern
Sectional division of the paperDivided into two parts (PART I and PART II)
Part I- 50 Objective Questions
Part II-25 Subjective Questions on writing and communication skills
Total Questions (Part I + Part II)75
Weightage of marksPart I- 50 marks (each question carries 1 mark)
Part II- Unspecified
Duration90 minutes (one and a half hour)
Negative marking1/4th mark is deducted for every wrong answer
P.U LLB 2017: Syllabus
Part I of the Question will consist of questions from General Knowledge (Current and Static), questions pertaining to legal awareness and English language.
  • Legal awareness and legal Aptitude covering polity, constitution, jurisprudence, current legal GK
  • General Knowledge section covering history, literature, science, geography, etc.
  • English Language covering Synonyms, antonyms, fill in the blanks, etc.
Part II conventionally consists of Essay writing, Paragraph writing, Critical Analysis and a Reading Comprehension passage and the marks allotted are as under:
  • Essay writing-250 words ( 10 marks)
  • Paragraph writing-125 words (5 marks)
  • Critical analysis- 100 words (5 marks)
  • Reading Comprehension passage (5 marks)
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