Delhi University LL.B./LL.M. Entrance Test 2010 | DU LLB and LLM Entrance Test Notification 2010 | DU LLB and LLM Entrance Test 2010 Application Forms
Delhi University LL.B./LL.M. ENTRANCE TEST 2010
LL.B. Entrance Test : SUNDAY, 30 May 2010 at 9.30 a.m.
LL.M. Entrance Test : SATURDAY, 05 June 2010 at 9.30 a.m.
Reporting Time : 9.30 a.m.
Issue of Test Booklet : 9.50 a.m.
Candidate to occupy seat : 9.45 a.m.
Breaking open seal of Test Booklet : 9.55 a.m.
The candidates are allowed entry only upto 10.00 a.m. after which all gates of Examination Centre shall be closed and no candidate will be allowed entry under any circumstances.
Admit Card: Candidate must show the Admit Card bearing Roll No. whenever asked to by the Examination
Candidate to carry:
The candidate should not carry any thing in the Examination Hall/Room except Admit Card, HB Lead Pencils, Ball-point Pens, Erasers, completely blank Card Board/Clip Board. Admit Card is to be preserved and shown at the time of counselling/admission. On the instruction from the invigilator, the candidate will break open the seal of the Test Booklet and take out the Answer-sheet. On side 1, the candidate will write the particulars with ball-point pen only (not pencil). On side 2, the candidate will put signature with ball-point pen only. The candidate will encode his/her Roll No., Category and Serial No. of the Test Booklet in HB Pencil only (not ballpoint pen). How this encoding is to be done is shown below on specimen portion from the Answer-sheet. The candidate is advised to be careful in encoding these particulars since any wrong entry might be rejected by the computer
Candidate not to carry:
The candidates are not allowed to bring books, notes, pager, cell phone, calculator, etc. inside the Examination Hall/Room.
Candidate not to do:
The candidates should not indulge in conversation or any kind of gesticulation and must keep perfect silence during the Examination. No candidate, except with the permission of the invigilator, shall leave his/her seat or Examination Hall/Room until he/she finishes the paper. Smoking in Examination Room is strictly prohibited. Likewise, tea, coffee, cold drinks, snacks or any other drinks/eatables are not allowed inside the Examination Hall. After the examination is over, the candidate must hand over the answer sheet to the invigilator. Under no circumstances, the answer sheet should be taken outside by the candidate.
Serial No. of Test Booklet and Answer-sheet must Tally:
The Answer-sheet will be placed inside the Test Booklet. Check the Serial No. on the Answer-sheet and the
Test Booklet and both numbers must tally. In case the serial number does not match, the candidate must draw the attention of the Invigilator and have the Test Booklet replaced by another Test Booklet of the same series.
Invigilator will check the particulars of the candidate and put his/her signature on the Answer-sheet.
The Test paper for both LL.B. and LL.M. Entrance Tests will consist of 175 Objective Type Questions with
Multiple Choice Answers and will carry a maximum of 700 marks. Each question will be followed by four
responses marked (1), (2), (3) and (4) of which only one will be the correct or most appropriate response. The candidate is required to answer all questions. Each correct answer will get 4 marks. Each incorrect answer will incur a penalty of one mark. There will be no penalty if answer to a question is left blank.
Method to use the Answer-sheet:
Read the question carefully and find out the correct answer from the four given responses. In the answersheet, the serial number of the question is given in columns, which corresponds to the question number of a number in the Test Booklet. In each horizontal row against the serial number of a question, there are four circles marked 1,2,3, and 4 corresponding to four responses of that question.
The candidate, after finding the correct answer will darken the appropriate circle completely with HB PENCIL only. In no case the candidates should use any other lead grade pencil (e.g. HH, HHH etc.) because in that case the Answer-sheet can be rejected by the Optical Marks Reader on which the Answer-sheet will be
The answers are to be given in the Answer-sheet only, not in the Test Booklet.
If a candidate wants to change any answer on his Answer-sheet, he/she can do so by completely erasing the
existing pencil mark already made by him/her with a good quality eraser and then darken the appropriate circle
with HB PENCIL only. In such a case, the candidate must ensure that no visible mark is left after erasing, otherwise the response will be treated as wrong and will accordingly incur negative marking. Marking the Answer-sheet is wrong if,
(a) more than one circle out of the four responses is marked; or
(b) the response is marked in any manner as shown; or
(c) the circle is darkened in such a way that it touches upon any adjoining circle in the same row or preceding or succeeding row; or
(d) the circle is lightly or faintly darkened. All rough work is to be done in the Text Booklet only. The candidate will not do any rough work or put stray mark on the Answer-sheet.