DU 5-year LLB registration 2023 through CLAT begins; application, course fees

DU LLB Admission 2023: Rs 1.9 lakh is the course fees for 5-year LLB. 90% fee waiver will be given for students with less than Rs 4 lakh family income.

DU 5-year LLB registration 2023 through CLAT begins; application, course fees Delhi University will admit students in 5-year law course through CLAT for this academic year 2023-24. (Image: DU Faculty of Law/Official website)
Anu Parthiban | Sep 28, 2023 - 12:38 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: The University of Delhi has started the DU LLB admission registration 2023. Days after the Delhi High Court order stating that the university can admit students based on Common Law Admission Test (CLAT-UG 2023) score, Delhi University has activated the DU LLB registration link at law.uod.ac.in, and published the information brochure.

The university introduced two five-year integrated law programmes - BA LLB (Hons) and BBA LLB (Hons) - through CLAT score. Although the Bar Council of India (BCI) approved 120 seats, 60 for each course, the decision to grant admission through CLAT was challenged in Delhi HC.

The petition sought that the admissions to the five-year integrated law course be done through the CUET-UG 2023 like other central universities. However, after the University Grants Commission (UGC) said CUET is not mandatory for professional specialised courses like law, engineering and medicine, the court allowed university to admit students through CLAT for this academic year 2023-24.

DU LLB allotment results 2023 will be declared based on the merit, category, availability of seats.

Before submitting the DU LLB application form 2023, candidates must ensure that the choices are entered in the order of preferences. Editing the preferences after the stipulated deadline will not be allowed.

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DU LLB registration, course fees

After the approval is accorded, candidates will have to pay Rs 1,90,000 (One lakh ninety thousand only) as confirmation of the allocated seat.

Candidates whose parental income is Rs 4 lakh or less will receive 90 percent waiver of fees at the time of admission. Those with parental income more than Rs 4 lakh and less than Rs 8 lakh will receive a 50% waiver of fees. A full fee after deduction of Rs 5,000 will be refunded if an applicants withdraws before the last date of admission.

All admitted students will be reimbursed the cost of a laptop or Rs 50,000, whichever is lesser, the university said.




Rs 1,500


Rs 1,000

DU LLB registration process

Candidates will have to enter a valid email address and mobile number and name as given in the CLAT score card 2023.

  • Visit the DU Law admission portal, law.uod.ac.in.
  • Click on the ‘New registration’ link on the homepage.
  • Enter name, mobile number, email id and OTP to generate password.
  • Now, login again using the credentials generated.
  • Key in personal and academic details and CLAT score.
  • Upload all required documents such as caste certificate, CLAT scorecard.
  • Make the payment of fees through online mode.
  • Enter the choice of courses in the order of preferences.
  • Review and submit the application form.

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