Interested candidates can apply for LL.M course till Aug 16.
Students who have passed their three or five-year law degree course from a statutory university are eligible to apply for the LLM course.
Candidates have to apply online for LL.M course.
"We are introducing the LLM course in two clusters - one dealing with corporate and commercial law and another related to constitutional and administrative law. Each cluster will have a student intake of 30 seats," UoP board of studies (law) chairman Sureshchandra Bhosale told to media.
"The new postgraduate law course replaces the conventional two-year LLM course with effect from academic year 2013-14. This is in consonance with the University Grants Commission (UGC) guidelines issued on January 18, seeking changes in the postgraduate legal education system," he added.
The one-year course will carry a total 24 credits instead of 40, as was declared earlier.
Entrance test pattern:
- The test will be of 70 marks multiple choice questions and 30 marks for interview, focused on work experience, publications and objectives of studying LLM
- No negative marking.
Last date to submit online application: Aug 16, 2013.
Last date to submit printed application: Aug 17, 2013.
Entrance exam on: Aug 20, 2013.
Declaration of result: Aug 22, 2013.