Government Law College Mumbai
Legal luminaries like Lokmanya balgangadhar Tilak (freedom fighter), Dr. B. R. Ambedkar (the architect of the indian Constitution); Chief Jutice M. C. Chagla (the first Indian Chief Justice of the Bombay High Court), Sir Motilal Setalvad (the first Attorney General of Independent India), N. A. Palkhiwala and many other Prominent personalities associated with this Institution have left their footprints behind for all time to come.
GLC Mumbai Courses The following courses are offered by GLC, Mumbai
Five Year CourseThe Five Years Integrated Law Course leading to a B.L.S., LL.B.Degree is a ten-semester full time course. The first four semester – 1st and 2nd year of this course consists of a 'Pre - Law' course. The students pursuing this course are awarded B.L.S. (Bachelor of Legal Science) Degree on successful completion of the 3 year (i.e. 6th semester). and LL.B. on successful completion of 5 years (i.e. 10th semester).
The semester end examination is conducted by University of Mumbai. Academic performance of a candidate is evaluated by the examination conducted at the end of each semester and also the performance in the Practical Training Subjects as per the guidelines issued from time to time by the Bar Council of India.
Three Year CourseThe Three Years Law Course leading to the LL.B. Degree is a six-semester full time course. Students, who wish not to practice as Advocates, are eligible for the LL.B. (General) Degree, at the end of 4th semester. On successful completion of three years (6th semester) the LL.B. Degree is awarded. Semester end examination is conducted by the University of Mumbai at the end of each semester.
The academic performance of a candidate is evaluated by the examination conducted at the end of each semester and performance in the Practical Training Subjects as per the guidelines issued from time to time by the Bar Council of India.
L.L.M.The University of Mumbai conducts the course for the LL.M. Degree. A degree in L.L.M. enable an student to develop his/her interests in many of the major areas of law to which they have been introduced in the LL. B. program.
The course also provides opportunities for the study of important specialized areas. The duration of course is two years. A student is permitted to take any two groups out of the eleven groups as specified. Each paper in the group shall carry 100 marks.
DiplomaThe Government Law College (GLC), Mumbai, recognizes the growing importance of India's capital markets and hence offers Postgraduate Diploma Course in Securities Law. The duration of this program is One year.
GLC Mumbai Eligibility Criteria
For 5 Year Law Course
- Minimum 45% marks required, when candidate passes his examination in the first attempt.
- Minimum 40% marks required, for candidates belonging to the Scheduled Cast and Scheduled Tribe.
GLC Mumbai Admission ProcessThe merit list of candidates is prepared on the basis of marks obtained in the final qualifying examination. The candidates who find a place in merit ranking are called for Group Discussion and Personal Interview. The final selection is made on the basis of overall performance.
GLC Mumbai Application FormApplication Forms are made available at the College Counter generally from the month of June. The cut-off list will be put up on the college notice board and the same will also be available on the official website of Government Law College, Mumbai.
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Important Law Entrance Exams in India
- AIBE : All India Bar Exam
- ALS : Amity Law School
- CLAT : Common Law Admission Test
- DU Faculty of Law : Delhi University Faculty of Law
- GLC Mumbai : Government Law College Mumbai
- ILS Pune : Indian Law Society Pune
- QLTT : Qualified Lawyers Transfer Test
- SSLC Pune : Symbiosis Society's Law College Pune
- TNDALU Chennai : Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University Chennai
GLC Mumbai Contact Address
Contact Address of Government Law College, Mumbai are given below
The Government Law College
‘A’ Road, Churchgate
Mumbai – 400020
Maharashtra – India
Ph: 91 - 22 - 2204 1707
Fax: 91 - 22 - 2285 1315