Legal education in the India generally refers to the education of lawyers before entry into practice. Legal education in India is offered at different levels by the traditional universities and the specialised law universities and schools only after completion of an undergraduate degree or as an integrated degree.
There are following courses:-
Candidates must check following details regarding MH CET Law Eligibility criteria:
Nationality: Applying candidates must be Indian national citizen. Foreign Nationals/ OCI/ PIO category candidates will be also eligible to apply for the exam.
Age limit: There will be no age limit to apply for MH CET LAW.
Qualification: Candidates must qualify Graduate or Post graduate from any recognized institute/ university.
Percentage: Candidates must score minimum 45% (40% for SC/ ST category of Maharashtra state & VJNT, SBC, OBC category with minimum 42% marks) in their qualifying exam.
Qualification: Candidates must qualify Intermediate or equivalent examination from any recognized board or University.
Percentage: Candidates must qualify with minimum of 45% marks (40% for reserved category of Maharashtra state) in the 12th level.
Appearing: Candidates appearing in qualifying exam will be also eligible to apply for the examination.