Rajiv Gandhi Law College
Affiliated to Adikavi nannaya university, Rajamahendravaram

How To Apply

For the purpose of admission, a candidate shall have passed the qualifying examination.
A candidate who has passed the qualifying examination with minimum 45% of marks or equivalent grade shall be eligible for admission.

  • For LL.B 3 years programme candidate should have any degree.
  • For BA.LL.B 5 years programme candidate should pass intermediate.

The candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST) will be given exemption of 5% from the above criteria. (Minimum 40% for the candidates of SC and ST categories) and the candidates belonging to SEBC category will be given exemption of 3% (Minimum 42% for the candidates of SEBC Category); Provided that such a minimum qualifying marks shall not automatically entitle a candidate to get admission in any of the Center of Legal Education but shall only entitle the candidate concerned to fulfill basic criteria fixed by the Bar Council of India or other equivalent authority as well as the University from time to time to apply for the dmission. The candidates having below 45 % at the Graduation Level Examination (Qualifying Examination) but having 45 % or more than 45 % at the Post Graduation Level is eligible to take admission in Three Years’ LL.B. Programme, if he is otherwise qualified as per the rules of the Bar Council of India. While preparation of the merit list at the admission process of the LL.B. Semester – I, such candidates shall be placed at the position of merit taking into consideration the marks of last two semesters (or last year) of Graduation Examination (Qualifying Examination).

No student shall be allowed to simultaneously register for a law degree programme with any other graduate or postgraduate or professional course run by the same or any other University or an Institute for academic or professional learning excepting in the law degree programme of any other University or Professional Institute Courses.

The maximum age for seeking admission is limited to 30 years as on 01.06.2020. However, in case of applicants from SC and ST categories the maximum age limit for seeking admission shall be 35 years as on 01.06.2020. As per the order of the Court, any candidate exceeding above age may take admission on furnishing undertaking at the concerned Center of Legal Education to the effect that his/her admission will be subject to the decision of the Bar Council of India as well as the decision of the Court.

No candidate shall be permitted to fill in the form after the cut off date declared by the University for applying for LL.B. Semester – I Programme is over.