- Any Graduate or Post Graduate of recognized university securing more than 44.5% marks.
- 40% for Scheduled Cast and Scheduled Tribes students only.
Prohibition to register for two regular courses of study : (Ref. B.C.I. rules of Legal Education 2008)
(A) "No student shall be allowed to simultaneously register for a law degree program with any other graduate or post Graduate or certificate course run by the same or any other university or an institute for academic or professional learning excepting in the integrated degree programmer of the same institution.
Provided that any short period part time certificate course on language, computer science or computer application of an institute or any course run by a centre for distance learning of a University however, shall be excepted."
Prohibition against lateral entry and exit :
There shall be no lateral entry on the plea of Graduation in any subject or exit by way of awarding degree splitting the integrated double course, at any intermediary stage of integrated double degree course."
Explanation: (Ref. Definitions of B.C.I. Rules of Legal Education 2008)
"Lateral Entry" is an admission given to graduate applicants at the beginning of third year in an integrated five year Course.
"Lateral Exit" means opting out at the end of three year after successfully completing the courses up to the third year, from an Integrated Five Year course on being awarded a Bachelor Degree.
(B) Second LL.B. :
A student who has taken admission to II LL.B. course of this University, after passing the First LL.B examination from any other University recognized by ALU and Bar Council of India . will have to appear and pass in the subjects of First LL.B. Course of this University in which he has not already passed, in his parent University. Further, if he so desires, he will be exempted in any of the subjects of the Second LL.B. examination of this University in which he has already passed in the patent University.
(C) Third LL.B. :
A student passing the Second Year LL.B. (LL.B. General) examination from a Statutory Indian University recognised by ALU and Bar Council of India is allowed to seek admission to the Third LL.B. Course in his University on the condition that he shall appear for and pass in all papers prescribed for the First and Second Year LL.B. Course of this University of which he has not passed in his parent university. Further if he so desires, he will be exempted in any of the subject at the Third LL.B. examination of this University if he has already passed in those subjects in the parent University, However, in such a case, he will be required to appear and pass in the deficient papers according to syllabus of First LL.B./Second LL.B. of this University.