DU LLM entrance exam is amongst the most competitive entrance examinations in India in the field of law. The University of Delhi follows a distinctive pattern for the entrance examination which is applicable to all applying candidates. All aspirants are required to go through the prospectus and thoroughly study the pattern of the entrance test. Admission to the University’s LLM programme purely depends on the performance of the candidates in the entrance examination.
The entrance exam comprises of 175 objective type questions, carrying a total of 700 marks. The paper is to be completed in the given time period of two hours. Each question comprises of four options with the correct answer awarding 4 marks. The question paper is made up of the following areas of law:
- Constitutional Law of India
- Law of Contracts (General Principles)
- Law of Torts
- Criminal Law
- Environmental Law
- Family Law of Marriage & Divorce
- Public International Law (Law of Peace)
The medium of the entrance test would be English only. Candidates are handed over an OMR sheet for marking the answers for the examination. To mark the correct answer, one has to darken the circle given in front of the correct option. A reduction of 25% marks, that is, one mark, will be made for every incorrect answer. However, no marks will be deducted in case the answer to the question is left blank.