AP University of Law 5Year Integrated BA, LLB(Hons) Admission 2011 Notification

Andhra Pradesh University of Law (AP University of Law), Visakhapatnam issued notification for admission to Integrated 5 year B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) for the year 2011-12. AP University of Law is a newly established institution in Andhra Pradesh for training in legal education. A.P. University of Law has Academic centers at Kadapa and Nizamabad along with its main campus at Visakhapatnam. There are 60 seats in each branch. B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) is a five years course. Following are details of eligibility and application procedure:

A.P. University of Law has been established on par with other National Law Schools. Two batches are admitted and now the admissions are for the third batch for the Academic Year 2011-12. Admissions will be made on the basis of your rank in CLAT-2011. Students who wish to join A.P. University of Law should apply and appear for CLAT-2011 and after obtaining the CLAT rank they should apply to A.P. University of Law.

Eligibility Requirements: AP University of Law admits students to the above course through rankings and merit list of CLAT 2011. All the applicants should have passed in 10+2 or its equivalent examination from any recognised institution. They must apply and write CLAT- 2011 in order to apply for B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) offered by AP University of Law and its centers.

How To Apply:

Candidates have to apply to the University separately after securing rank in CLAT 2011. You can download application from the University website apulvisakha.org. Other info such as fee and regulations also available on the website. Details of CLAT 2011 are available on www.clat.ac.in. AP University of Law has 60 seats in each center and total seats are 180.

Click Here To CLAT 2011 Notification, Syllabus, Pattern and Papers

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  1. himanshu pandey says:

    sir, my clat ranking is 11200 & total marks is 75 can i get a ap university of law.

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