Admission seekers must appear in DU LLM Entrance Exam in order to secure admission into the University’s two year LLM (Master of Laws) programme. One has to follow the below mentioned syllabus of the University to crack the examination. Besides the syllabus deduced by the University, candidates should update themselves with current affairs related to the Indian constitution and jurisdiction. This will enable them acknowledge all possible details and information pertaining to the field of law.
The University is known for its systematic and comprehensive approach towards education and it stands in the front row with in legal education. Candidates selected are equipped with the best skills and apt knowledge required for excelling in the profession of law. As such, the entrance test is a gateway to test one’s mental ability in accordance to the curriculum devised by the University.
The University sketches the entrance examination paper on the basis of the following areas:
- 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)