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Government Law College-Mumbai

Mumbai , Maharashtra
Affiliated to: Mumbai University
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Government Law College-Mumbai
Phone : 022-22041707
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Email : principal@glc.edu


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Institute is located in Mumbai Maharashtra. It is a Government aided institute. This college has courses for Bachelors. This is a Co-Ed institute.Ask questions here about Government Law College-Mumbai admission 2014, Placement 2011, ranking, cut off and eligibility criteria.

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      #108 Rupali 2014-06-27 17:52
      Sir, plz tell me the cut off marks for 2015for 3 yr llb. As I have completed ma tybcom this yr itself. I vl b thankful if u inform me..
       
       
      #107 manisha rao 2014-06-26 18:28
      Sir! My sister has completed her B.A Hons (political science) with 64.63% from Delhi university and belongs to unreserved category.Could u please tell me if there are chances for her getting admission in your college
       
       
      #106 vakil khan 2014-06-16 17:57
      sir is college m ballb h plese tell me
       
       
      #105 mahendra s jain 2014-06-10 18:29
      is there jain minority quota for the admission in 5years llb course. If yes what is requirment for admission under this quota
       
       
      #104 urja sanghvi 2014-06-09 14:42
      i have completed my last year of tybcom waiting for my tybcom result i want to do llb for 3 years so is it necessary to give clat exam if i score less mark
       
       
      #103 Nikita Sawant 2014-05-30 09:56
      I am a working professional, I scored 72 percent in graduation from Science stream. I want to know the cut off percentages for GLC for 3 years course also, the timings of the college, the admission dates, etc. Plz update me
       
       
      #102 jyoti singh 2014-05-24 12:53
      i want to join GLC so for this I want to know about there fee and cut off marks for llb 5 years and regarding internship
       
       
      #101 Yogesh Mykalwar 2014-03-04 18:48
      I have completed my Bachelors of Law Degree (LL.B Three Years) from the Nagpur University and since I have been working in Mumbai now wish to get admission for LL.M. Kindly help
       
       
      #100 vandana solanki 2014-02-04 16:31
      i want to know to do LLB and regarding that i want information like course details, fees and college
       
       
      #99 Cheshta 2014-01-19 16:35
      Want to know the cut-off percentage of 2013, for arts stream for 3yr LLB aspirant
       
       
      #98 counselor-priya k 2013-10-23 05:33
      @rajat kumar-Academic Session Starts in July.
      System Of Examination is Semester
      Admission Procedure : Admission process for the first year of the Five Year Law Course will commence immediately after the declaration of H.S.C results and in the case of Three year Law Course, after the declaration of the graduation results by the University of Mumbai.
      Minimum Eligibility: At least 45% marks in case of General category and 40% of the total marks in case of SC and ST category at the Bachelor's Degree examination in 10+ 2 + 3 pattern.There is 50% Reservation for Reserved Categories from Maharashtra State as per the Government Resolution (G.R).
      Total Seats: 320
       
       
      #97 counselor-priya k 2013-10-23 05:33
      @rajat kumar-Phone : 022-22041707
      Website : http://www.glc.edu/
      Email : Bachelor of Legislative Laws (LLB)(3 Years/Full Time/On-campus)
      Government Law College - Mumbai
      Moot CourtFees
      Year 1
      Year 2
      Year 3
      Tuition Fees
      1,500
      1,500
      1,500
      Library Fee
      450
      450
      450
      Admission Fees
      100
      100
      100
      Development Fee
      500
      500
      500Exam Fee
      600
      600
      600
      Refundable Deposits
      1,370
      Other 2,970
      600
      600
      Grand Total
      Rs 14,990
       
       
      #96 MOHD NAIM 2013-10-09 04:31
      I WANT TO GET ADMISSION IN L L B
       
       
      #95 adv rishi 2013-09-05 08:03
      LLM cut off for yr 2013??
       
       
      #94 nayana poojari 2013-09-02 05:25
      i have cleared b.com with 74% marks (2011-12) kindly let me know whether i can get admission for llb?
      what was the cutoff list for 2013?
      what wiil be the college timings?
       
       
      #93 shankar m dhotre 2013-08-14 15:46
      i m passed h.s.c just 35 % is it possible to llb or llm
       
       
      #92 kiran A.lokhande 2013-07-17 14:40
      i interest LLB Degree,but now i am working in NGO,s so pls inform me that, distance education admission open in your collage.
       
       
      #91 NAMRATA S. PANGAM 2013-07-05 14:48
      Icomplete my graduation in arts faculty.and i will doing to l.l.b. in g.l.c. . but i want to information in 2012 admission cut off
       
       
      #90 anushka chaturvedi 2013-06-29 11:14
      i got 58% in 2nd year of 5years llb course can i get admission in glc clg..plz help me and mail me all the details.....
       
       
      #89 rahul kumar tiwari 2013-06-14 10:43
      sir,
      I passed BA from gorakhpur university in 2010 at the percentage of 52. Can I eligible for 3 year LLB at Government Law College in Mumbai. If yes, what is the process.
       
       
      #88 chitra gosavi 2013-06-12 09:43
      LLM information
       
       
      #87 Pranjal 2013-06-12 06:49
      What are chances of getting admission in GLC at 94% for general category in 2013?
       
       
      #86 Ayush jain 2013-06-11 04:48
      Sir what is the cut off for commerce students this year(non Maharashtra)?
      And the college takes best of 4 subjects or all?
       
       
      #85 Aparna Bhagat. 2013-06-10 05:47
      Sir my name is Aparna Bhagat. I complet my graduation in 2012-2013. I got 60% in BCom. I want 2 askd u dat wts cut off list of last year.
       
       
      #84 supriya patil 2013-06-03 10:38
      how much percentage required for LLB
       
       
      #83 Loyson Mascarenhas 2013-06-03 06:06
      HI,In GLC what was the cutt off last year 2012 for B.Com open catgry and also is there any quota for minority(Catholics).I want to apply this year for 3yrs law course this year,i passed my B.Com in last year 2012 i scored 77.42% will i get addm in GLC under open catgry if ther is no minority qouta.Please suggest me asap plzzz...will be really thank you if you do so.. :)
       
       
      #82 Akshata 2013-05-30 11:33
      Respected Sir/ Mam,

      I have passed my HSC recently with 54%, i am interested to continue my further study in Law. Academically am i eligible for the admission ??

      Kindly reply.
       
       
      #81 sarwan prajapati 2013-05-29 07:07
      I am complete the b.com from allahabad university and got the 57% in over all three year of course and in current i am doing c.a. (final). i want to do LLB what is the eligibility for do this course..
       
       
      #80 Glaster charlie dsouza 2013-05-11 04:55
      I have given B.A exam. I'm waiting for result
       
       
      #79 nikunj mehta 2013-05-08 09:27
      hi
      I scored 79.4% in my B.Com. I would like to know the cut off of the college for the year 2012
       
       
      #78 pradnya Desai 2013-05-08 08:05
      what was gl's cut off for last years admission for 3 year llb course
       
       
      #77 neeraj 2013-05-06 05:00
      i scored 80% in b.com.
      i want to take admission in L.L.B
      plz tell me how to apply & mail me the details of college .
      plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
       
       
      #76 counselor-priyak 2013-04-17 14:28
      @Divyam Dilip Mahajan- At least 45% marks in case of General category and 40% of the total marks in case of SC and ST category at the Bachelor's Degree examination in 10+ 2 + 3 pattern.There is 50% Reservation for Reserved Categories from Maharashtra State as per the Government Resolution (G.R).
      Total Seats: 320
       
       
      #75 counselor-priyak 2013-04-17 14:28
      @Div@Divyam Dilip Mahajan- Admission process for the first year of the Five Year Law Course will commence immediately after the declaration of H.S.C results and in the case of Three year Law Course, after the declaration of the graduation results by the University of Mumbai.
      Minimum Eligibility:
       
       
      #74 counselor-priyak 2013-04-17 14:27
      @Divyam Dilip Mahajan-Bachelor of Legislative Laws (LLB)

      (3 Years/Full Time/On-campus)
      Government Law College - Mumbai

      Annual tution fees: Rs. 1,500 /-

      Academic Session Starts in July. Government Law College-Mumbai
      Phone : 022-22041707
      Website : http://www.glc.edu/
      Email :

      System Of Examination is Semester
      Admission Procedure :
       
       
      #73 Aman 2013-03-21 15:03
      sir, i have passed 12 th cbse board with foloowing marks
      english=91
      buss. studies=91
      economics=65
      physical =88
      accounts=83
      maths(as 6th subject)=12
      with dese marks is dis possible for me to get admission in glc mumbai??
      pls help
       
       
      #72 Divyam Dilip Mahajan 2013-03-05 18:55
      I m students tyba
       
       
      #71 ADV.SANA MAJGAONKAR 2013-02-21 09:15
      HI, I PASSED LLB IN MAY 2012 I WISH TO TAKE ADMISSIONFOR LLM FOR YEAR 2013 PLS SEND DETAIL OF ADMISSION AND ONLINE FORMS IF AVAILABL
       
       
      #70 ADV.SANA MAJGAONKAR 2013-02-21 09:15
      HI, I PASSED LLB IN MAY 2012 I WISH TO TAKE ADMISSIONFOR LLM FOR YEAR 2013 PLS SEND DETAIL OF ADMISSION AND ONLINE FORMS IF AVAILABL
       
       
      #69 rajat kumar 2013-02-12 06:53
      sir i were doing my b.com from agra university for 63 per. Marks so i am alegiable for this collage
       
       
      #68 Madhavi Patil 2013-02-07 05:43
      I have completed my graduation in commerce in 1998 with pass class. Due to some unavoidable circumstances (was hospitalised due to high pneumonia), I was very bad only at this academic year else I have first class in SSC & HSC, then I have done Personal Secretaryship from DAVARs-got first grade & best secretary award in year 2000, then I have completed PGDHRM from Welingkars in 2011, currently working with Legal Dept. in Kalpataru reporting to VP Legal for last 5.5 years, can I get admission for law? I have interest in drafting, can you guide accordingly???
       
       
      #67 Deepika G. Sawant 2013-01-24 08:28
      Is there any part time course conducted for LLB
       
       
      #66 counselor-priya k 2013-01-16 09:38
      @priya-Government Law College-Mu​mbai
      Bachelor’s Law Degree
      The Government Law College offers two courses in law: (i) Three year and (ii) Five year law degree course. Each of these courses is independent of the other and is in accordance with the rules laid down by the University of Mumbai and the Bar Council of India. Each course has its own admission criteria.

      (i)The 3 Year Law Course: Admission is open to candidates holding a Bachelor’s Degree from any faculty of the University of Mumbai or an equivalent degree from any other University. It is a six semester, full time course. On completion of the three year course, i.e., after the 6th semester, the LL.B. degree is awarded. Students who desire to study the law, but do not wish to -Bachelor’s Law Degree
      The Government Law College offers two courses in law: (i) Three year and (ii) Five year law degree course. Each of these courses is independent of the other and is in accordance with the rules laid down by the University of Mumbai and the Bar Council of India. Each course has its own admission criteria.
      (i)
      The 3 Year Law Course: Admission is open to candidates holding a Bachelor’s Degree from any faculty of the University of Mumbai or an equivalent degree from any other University. It is a six semester, full time course. On completion of the three year course, i.e., after the 6th semester, the LL.B. degree is awarded. Students who desire to study the law, but do not wish to practice as advocates are eligible for the LL.B. (General) Degree, at the end of the 2nd year i.e. after the 4th semester. practice as advocates are eligible for the LL.B. (General) Degree, at the end of the
      Government Law College-Mumbai
      Phone : 022-22041707
      Website : http://www.glc.edu/
      Email :
       
       
      #65 priya 2013-01-12 11:11
      are correspondance llb is there available & what is the criteria for the same
       
       
      #64 counselor-priyak 2012-11-30 08:33
      @PRIY BHOJANI-Bachelor’s Law Degree
      The Government Law College offers two courses in law: (i) Three year and (ii) Five year law degree course. Each of these courses is independent of the other and is in accordance with the rules laid down by the University of Mumbai and the Bar Council of India. Each course has its own admission criteria.
      (i)
      The 3 Year Law Course: Admission is open to candidates holding a Bachelor’s Degree from any faculty of the University of Mumbai or an equivalent degree from any other University. It is a six semester, full time course. On completion of the three year course, i.e., after the 6th semester, the LL.B. degree is awarded. Students who desire to study the law, but do not wish to practice as advocates are eligible for the LL.B. (General) Degree, at the end of the 2nd year i.e. after the 4th semester. Government Law Government Law College-Mumbai
      Phone : 022-22041707
      Website : http://www.glc.edu/
       
       
      #63 PRIY BHOJANI 2012-11-30 08:25
      I WANT ENQIRU ABT LAW
       
       
      #62 counselor-priyak 2012-11-27 10:28
      @sarika baadkar -VGovernment Law College-Mu​mbai
      Bachelor’s Law Degree
      The Government Law College offers two courses in law: (i) Three year and (ii) Five year law degree course. Each of these courses is independent of the other and is in accordance with the rules laid down by the University of Mumbai and the Bar Council of India. Each course has its own admission criteria.

      (i)The 3 Year Law Course: Admission is open to candidates holding a Bachelor’s Degree from any faculty of the University of Mumbai or an equivalent degree from any other University. It is a six semester, full time course. On completion of the three year course, i.e., after the 6th semester, the LL.B. degree is awarded. Students who desire to study the law, but do not wish to practice as advocates are eligible for the LL.B. (General) Degree, at the end of the 2nd year i.e. after the 4th semester. (ii)The 5 Year Law Course, leading to B.L.S. LL.B. is an integrated ten semester law course. Admission is open to any candidate who has cleared their 12th standard examination from any recognized Board across India. The first and the second year of the five year course, i.e. 1st to 4th semester, is a ‘Pre- Law’ course. The students of the five year degree program are awarded the B.L.S. (Bachelor of Legal Science) degree at the end of the third year, (i.e. 6th semester) and on completion of five years, (10th semester) the LL.B. degree is conferred.Government Law College-Mumbai
      Phone : 022-22041707
      Website : http://www.glc.edu/
       
       
      #61 Counselor-PriyaK 2012-11-26 16:22
      @Dhruv Manek-Bachelor’s Law Degree
      The Government Law College offers two courses in law: (i) Three year and (ii) Five year law degree course. Each of these courses is independent of the other and is in accordance with the rules laid down by the University of Mumbai and the Bar Council of India. Each course has its own admission criteria.
      (i)
      The 3 Year Law Course: Admission is open to candidates holding a Bachelor’s Degree from any faculty of the University of Mumbai or an equivalent degree from any other University. It is a six semester, full time course. On completion of the three year course, i.e., after the 6th semester, the LL.B. degree is awarded. Students who desire to study the law, but do not wish to practice as advocates are eligible for the LL.B. (General) Degree, at the end of the 2nd year i.e. after the 4th semester. Government Law College-Mumbai
      Phone : 022-22041707
      Website : http://www.glc.edu/
       
       
      #60 Dhruv Manek 2012-11-21 09:18
      Hi,my name is Dhruv Manek and I am third year student of H.R. College pursuing a degree in Financial Markets(BFM) . I'd like to know if there is anyway I can study 'Maritime Law' and shortest possible duration in which i can achieve the same.
       
       
      #59 counselor-priyak 2012-11-20 12:20
      @khushboo -Bachelor’s Law Degree
      The Government Law College offers two courses in law: (i) Three year and (ii) Five year law degree course. Each of these courses is independent of the other and is in accordance with the rules laid down by the University of Mumbai and the Bar Council of India. Each course has its own admission criteria.
      (i)
      The 3 Year Law Course: Admission is open to candidates holding a Bachelor’s Degree from any faculty of the University of Mumbai or an equivalent degree from any other University. It is a six semester, full time course. On completion of the three year course, i.e., after the 6th semester, the LL.B. degree is awarded. Students who desire to study the law, but do not wish to practice as advocates are eligible for the LL.B. (General) Degree, at the end of the 2nd year i.e. after the 4th semester.
      (ii)
      The 5 Year Law Course, leading to B.L.S. LL.B. is an integrated ten semester law course. Admission is open to any candidate who has cleared their 12th standard examination from any recognized Board across India. The first and the second year of the five year course, i.e. 1st to 4th semester, is a ‘Pre- Law’ course. The students of the five year degree program are awarded the B.L.S. (Bachelor of Legal Science) degree at the end of the third year, (i.e. 6th semester) and on completion of five years, (10th semester) the LL.B. degree is conferred.

      Government Law College-Mumbai
      Phone : 022-22041707
      Website : http://www.glc.edu/