A key instrument to plan and drive the economic means that portray a globalized world is Legislative Law. This has gone under noteworthy weight to change its workings, foundations and elements. Legal education at present experiencing a transformation phase. Law as a profession is going potential again in 21st century because of globalization and this has posed many challenges to legal education, but has also brought ample opportunities. The legal education degrees and the curriculum offered at Shillong Law College envisions to facilitate need for legal advisors who are able not just at understanding the complexities of Law in this new universal situation, but also at designing novel approaches to change them to meet the regional peculiarities and the country's worldwide interests. Such experts are sure to play a pivotal role in India's venture to set up manageable, comprehensive advancement.

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LL.B Admission Procedure & Status Eligibility Criteria & Fee Structure Application Form
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The Shillong Law College is imparting the Three-year LL.B (Pass) Degree Course (Semester System). The application form will be issued to the applicants who secured the required percentage of marks in graduation, as fixed by the Bar Council of India and approved by the North Eastern Hill University, Shillong. The minimum qualification required for admission is a Bachelor Degree in any discipline from a recognized University in the country with 45% marks of the maximum marks in case of general category applicants and 40% in case of SC/ST and OBC applicants.
Academic Instructions University Rules and Regulations


The Three-year LL.B (Pass) Degree Course comprises of 30 papers, spread over six semesters. Each semester consists of five papers. The whole course contains twenty compulsory papers, four clinical papers and six optional papers.

Each course except the two clinical courses i.e., (i) Drafting, Pleading & Conveyancing, and (ii) Moot Court Exercise and Internship, has been divided into four units with 30 to 35 class lectures per course and the pattern of evaluation will be setting of two questions from each unit in the End Semester Examination. Servicing of the two clinical courses is explained in page 4 of the Prospectus.

The Compulsory Law papers, optional papers and two clinical paper viz., (i) Professional Ethics & Professional Accounting System and (ii) Alternate Dispute Resolution in Semester III & IV respectively, shall be of 100 marks each containing eight questions and every examination shall be of three hour duration at the end of each Semester.


LL.B 101 Law of Torts (Compulsory)
LL.B 102 Law of Contract (Compulsory)
LL.B 103 Legal Method (Compulsory)
LL.B 104 Family Law – I (Compulsory)
LL.B 105 Land Laws/Women & Criminal Laws. (Optional)

LL.B 201 Constitutional Law – I (Compulsory)
LL.B 202 Family Law – II (Compulsory)
LL.B 203 Special Contract (Compulsory)
LL.B 204 Indian Penal Code(Compulsory)
LL.B 205 Health Law/Offences against Child and Juvenile Offenses. (Compulsory)

LL.B 301 Jurisprudence (Compulsory)
LL.B 302 Property Law (Compulsory)
LL.B 303 Constitutional Law II(Compulsory)
LL.B 304 Interpretation of Statutes/Insurance Law (optional)
LL.B 305 Professional Ethics & Professional Accounting system (Clinical)

LL.B 401 Administrative Law (Compulsory)
LL.B 402 Criminal Procedure Code. (Compulsory) LL.B 403 Public International Law (Compulsory)
LL.B 404 Copyright & Patent/Private International Law (Optional)
LL.B 405 Alternate Dispute Resolution. (Clinical)

LL.B 501 Law of Evidence (Compulsory)
LL.B 502 Civil Procedure Code (Compulsory)
LL.B 503 Labour Law I (Compulsory)
LL.B 504 Information Technology/Human Rights (Optional)
LL.B 505 Drafting, Pleading & Conveyance. (Clinical)

LL.B 601 Environmental Law (Compulsory)
LL.B 602 Labour Law II (Compulsory)
LL.B 603 Company Law (Compulsory)
LL.B 604 Banking Law/International Human Rights. (optional)
LL.B 605 Moot Court Exercise and Internship (Clinical)


Application for admission into the three - year LL.B (Pass) Degree Course (Semester System) in prescribed form will be accepted as per the Notice issued by the College.

Each application must be accompanied by Xeroxed attested copies of the following documents:
  1. Degree Certificate/Provisional Certificate of the University or College.
  2. Admit Card and Mark Sheet of the degree examination passed.
  3. SC/ST/OBC certificate issued by competent Authority.
  4. Birth Certificate/Matriculation Admit Card with proof of age.
  5. Migration Certificate.(If available)
  6. A recent passport size photograph.

Application form not accompanied by the required documents and not fulfilling the criteria for admission will be treated as incomplete and will be summarily rejected.

After submission of the application form, candidates are required to be present personally and to produce the original certificates for verification. When admission is granted, the fees must be paid and the necessary formalities must be completed within 24 hours, otherwise the admission will stand cancelled. An applicant who fails to appear on the date and time notifies by the college, will summarily be refused admission. The College reserves the right to refuse an application for admission into LL.B without assigning any reason for the same.


After admission, students who migrated from other Universities other than the North Eastern Hill University shall have to register themselves with the North Eastern Hill University. They must apply for registration in the prescribed proforma of the University and also submit Original Migration Certificate along with the application to NEHU.

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