TNDALU admission 2021: How to apply, eligibility criteria, seat matrix

The application form of TNDALU 2021 is expected to commence shortly. Admission to law courses through TNDALU will be on the basis of qualifying exam marks.

TNDALU admission 2021: How to apply, eligibility criteria, seat matrix TNDALU admission 2021
Manashjyoti | Jul 3, 2021 - 7:14 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: Tamil Nadu Dr Ambedkar Law University (TNDALU) conducts the TNDALU admission process for admitting candidates to various undergraduate and postgraduate law courses offered by participating institutes. The university doesn’t conduct any entrance exams and merit lists for admission are prepared considering qualifying exam marks.

The application form for TNDALU 2021 is expected to commence sometime in July. Eligible candidates need to apply before the last date.

TNDALU has two types of participating institutes:

  1. Affiliated Law Colleges

  2. School of Excellence in Law

The participating institutes of TNDALU offer both undergraduate and postgraduate law courses. At the undergraduate level, candidates can choose from 3-year LLB and 5-year integrated LLB programmes. At the postgraduate level, the LLM course is available.

Seat intake

Participating Institute

Courses

Seat Intake

Affiliated Law Colleges

BA LLB

1411

LLB

1541

School of Excellence in Law

BA LLB

156

BBA LLB

156

B.Com LLB

156

BCA LLB

156

LLM

180

TNDALU 2021 Eligibility Criteria

The participating institutes of TNDALU will release the eligibility criteria for the law programme offered by them. The general eligibility criteria for admission to these institutes are as follows:

School Of Excellence in Law

  • 5-year integrated LLB: The candidate must have passed the 10+2 exam securing minimum of 70% marks (60% in case of SC/ST candidates).

  • 3-year LLB: the candidate must have passed graduation securing 60% marks (55% for SC/ST candidates).

  • PG programme: The candidate must have passed 3- or 5-year LLB degree scoring minimum of 45% marks ( 40% marks in case of candidates who have passed under old regulation).

  • There is no age limit for applying to these programmes.

Affiliated Government Law Colleges

  • The candidate should have passed the 10+2 exam with at least 45% marks (SC/ST candidates need 40%).

  • The candidate must have passed a bachelor’s degree securing 45% marks.

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