Allahabad University LFAT and LLM 2016: Apply online

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Published on 13 April 2016 1:02 PM GMT

Allahabad University LFAT and LLM 2016: Apply online
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Allahabad: The Allahabad University is conducting LFAT (Law Faculty Admission Test) and LLM admission entrance test for admission to its undergraduate and post graduate law programmes. The test is slated to be conducted from May 25 to 30.

Interested candidates can apply online latest by May 10. The admit cards for the same will be available on the official website from May 21.

Educational Qualification:

LFAT: Applicants applying for the exam should have passed intermediate or other equivalent courses by the Bar Council of India.

LLM: Applicants applying for LLM programme must hold a bachelor’s degree in law from any recognized university of UGC (University Grant Commission). Final year Law students can also apply.

Paper Pattern

LFAT

The test will be of 150 minutes. There will be three papers with a maximum of 100 marks.

Paper I Language Comprehension

Paper II General Awareness and Current Affairs

Both the papers will have 100 multiple choice questions of one mark each. For every correct answer one mark will be awarded and for every wrong answer 1/3 marks will be deducted.

Paper III Reasoning, Mental Ability and Legal Aptitude

The paper will have 50 multiple choice questions of two marks each. For every correct answer two marks shall be awarded and for every wrong answer, 2/3 marks will be deducted.

LLM

The test duration will be 180 minutes. There will be 62 questions in booklet out of which only 56 questions have to be answered as part B and C will have 12 optional questions.

Part A: 50 Multiple choice questions

Part B: 8 short answer type question, where a candidate have to attempt four questions out of eight (maximum word limit is 200).

Part C: Four essay type questions out of which only two to be answered (maximum word limit for each is 400).

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