Eligibility For SVU LAWCET

Eligibility for SVU LAWCET

SVU Law Common Entrance Test, popularly known as Andhra LAWCET, is conducted by Sri Venkateswara University (SVU), under the sponsorship of Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education (APSCHE), Hyderabad. Appearing in the entrance examination is the mandatory condition for the aspirants, who desire to seek admission in both undergraduate law programmes in many colleges in Andhra Pradesh.  
Eligibility for SVU LAWCET
The scores of Sri Venkateswara University- Law Common Entrance Test are accepted by all the government and private law colleges, which are affiliated to universities in Andhra Pradesh. In order to appear in the entrance examination one should possess following eligibility criteria:
For 3 Year LL.B. /B.L. Course
  • The candidates should be a graduate from a recognized university in any discipline with not less than 45% aggregate marks.
  • Relaxation of 5% is there for SC/ST candidates in minimum marks.
  • The candidates, who are appearing in final year of bachelor’s program, are also eligible.
  • He/she should be a citizen of India.
  • The maximum age for seeking admission into 3 year Law Degree Programme is restricted to thirty years for general category applicants, while for candidates belonging to SC, ST and other backward communities, it is thirty five years.
For 5 Year LL.B. /B.L. Course
  • The candidates, who have passed two years of Intermediate Examination (10+2) or any other examination recognized as equivalent by the University concerned, with minimum 45% aggregate marks, are eligible.
  • Exemption of 5% is there for SC/ST candidates in minimum marks.
  • The candidates waiting for results or appearing in qualifying examinations are also eligible.
  • The upper age limit of the candidate appearing in entrance examination should be less than 20 years in case of general category, while for SC, ST and other backward community candidates relaxation of two years is there.
Candidates, who are waiting for the result or appearing in the qualifying examination, can also apply.
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