Set Age Limit For LLB ( LAW) Courses In India By Bar Council Of India

Limit for  LLB ( LAW) courses in India

The Bar Council of India, (BCI), a statutory body beneath the Advocates Act of 1961 authorized among different functions to represent bar and set principles on legal education together with grant of recognition to colleges and universities, has asked registrars/principals to make sure that no one higher than the age of 20/30 years secures admission for a three/five year college man law course severally.

As per BCI circular on September nineteen non inheritable any significance because the Supreme Court on Wednesday discharged petitions difficult Maharashtra’s Common Entrance  (CET) for law.

The Limit for  LLB ( LAW) courses

Age Limit Below 30 Years 

On August twenty nine, the apex court had issued notice asking each the Bar Council of Asian nationand also the Maharashtra government to file a response.

In its circular self-addressed to chiefs of law universities and faculties, the Council has created out a case that Clause twenty eight of Schedule III of Legal Education Rules 2008 that deals with age restriction for taking admission in LL.B course, that was scrapped by the body in 2013 however improved by the Madurai Bench of the Madras supreme court in 2015, stands revived once the Supreme Court had refused to entertain in Gregorian calendar month 2015 a special leave petition by it difficult the supreme court finding