Entrance to be held in Thiruvananthapuram and Kochi
The applicant has to clear the two-hour entrance All-India Law Entrance Test (AILET) which would be held in 35 centres across India, including Kochi and Thiruvananthapuram, on December 10, from 11 am
The eligibility for admission is a pass with 50% marks in the three-year/five-year LLB course
Under Legal Education Rules, the Bar Council of India is empowered with the responsibility of prescribing compulsory subjects in centres of legal education.
The test will have five sections: English, General Knowledge including Current Affairs, Legal Reasoning, Logical Reasoning and Quantitative Techniques (Class-10 level Basic Maths).
Applicants to the five-year LLB courses should have passed Plus-Two with 45% marks. There will be an entrance test followed by interview.
Sessi Xavier, who allegedly practised law in Alappuzha town without completing her law studies and enrolling at the Bar Council, is now absconding.
Until PGCETL is introduced the present admission system can be followed by respective universities.
Students who had secured admission in the previous allotments need to register on cee.kerala.gov.in to be considered for higher-option allotments.
Yamuna has since secured a seat in Trinity College at Cambridge University for postgraduation in law.