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In the wake of the second wave of COVID-19 Pandemic, we extend our support to all the Law aspirants to undergo a fair and safe admission process in this disastrous situation.
Lloyd Law College adopts a dual door qualifying process i.e. Lloyd Entrance Test and Personal Interview (LET-PI) for admission to BA.LL.B. program. Keeping in view the ongoing deadly COVID-19 Pandemic situation, it is necessary for us to address the following issues of the students to ensure their smooth academic journey ahead.
1. To support mental health & ease out anxiety
2. To provide ease and access of fair selection process
3. To save academic year without further delay and to honour legal education aspirants time and career progression
LET Secretariat has decided to conduct Lloyd Entrance Test (LET) 2022 only for the specific set of candidates as per the criterion mentioned below. We will consider each candidate’s performance in the last qualifying examination, National Entrance Test Score and Lloyd Personal Interview to be held as per schedule booked by the candidate.
For admission to BA.LL.B., candidate should have
1. Passed 10+2 with min 60% or Score of National level entrance test viz. CLAT/ LSAT-India / AILET / MHCET / BHU / GGSIPU / JAMIA / AMU etc.
2. Test score of each candidate shall be scaled down to Maximum Marks : 50 / candidate score. Like CLAT 150/candidate score will be scaled down to 50/ (1/3) of the candidate score.
3. Candidates who have scored less than 60% or are appearing in class 12th shall apply for Lloyd Online Test in order to qualify for the final round of selection process i.e Personal Interview.
Marks in% Scholarship
90% and above 50%
85% - 89.5% 30%
80% - 84.5% 20%
75% - 79.5% 15%
Marks in% Scholarship
80% and above 50%
75% - 79.5% 25%
70% - 74.5% 20%
65 - 69.5% 15%
60 - 64.5% 10%
Qualified (ICAI/ICSI/ICWA) 25%
0001 - 2000 75%
2001 - 4000 50%
4001 - 6000 40%
6001 - 8000 30%
8001 - 10000 25%
10001 - 12000 20%
12001 - 15000 15%
15001 - 25000 10%
97 & above 50%
95- 96.9 40%
International Level 50%
National Level 35%
State Level 25%
District Level 15%
5 Toppers of B.A.L.L.B 30%
3 Toppers of L.L.B 30%
Beti Bachao Beti Padhao First 60 girl candidates 25%
Saarc National Students 15 Meritorious Students 50%
Wards of Army personnel 20%
Residents of North East and J& K 20%
Siblings of students of Lloyd law college 15%
100% Attendance Annually 10%
Annual Fee One-time Payment
(Before the commencement of the Odd Semesters only)
100% Attendance Annually 10%
Note: Scholarships based on National level Entrance tests are subject to revision after the result declaration every year.
Personal Interview of all the applicants shall be conducted online generally through Zoom Video Meeting / Whatsapp Video-call in exceptional cases. Personal Interview schedule is flexible, applicant friendly and open to all the applicants for slot booking as per their convenient date and time. Before Personal Interview, documents of the applicants are to be checked and verified as per the norms of our university. These documents also form part of the evaluation and grading in the interview. Personal Interview Evaluation Criterion / Parameters are also mentioned below. PI will be a 15-20 minutes interaction with the faculty / legal industry professionals.
Personal Interview – Book your Slot here: https://let.lloydlawcollege.edu.in/
On clicking this above hyperlink candidate has to sign in with their login credentials and they can find PI slot booking option in their respective dashboards.
Despite the financial shortcomings, Lloyd Law College motivates the students to accomplish their dreams to pursue higher education. Many candidates studying with us are benefitted after availing education loan through various public/private banks and NBFCs across India. Lloyd Law College has officially tied up with ICICI Bank and Avanse financial services to help the students avail education loan easily.
To apply for education loan click in the link below
Procedure for Availing Bank Loan Assistance:
Students seeking for education loan from any bank or NBFC have to apply for a bonafide letter issued by the college. The college will provide the requisite letter and all the supporting documents as required by the bank for loan purposes, as and if believed appropriate. Students have to mail their request for loan letter at both the following email ids:
Note: The students' parents/guardians shall be responsible for obtaining sanction and repayment of the sanctioned loan and all kinds of liabilities and consequences arising thereof, if any. The college shall not be liable and responsible in this regard.
Lloyd Law College was established under the genesis of Satilila Charitable Society (SCS) in the year 2003.
15th batch of BALLB will be passed out in the year 2022
17th batch of LLB will be passed out in the year 2022
Yes, Lloyd Law College conducts LET (Lloyd Entrance Test) for admission to BA.LL.B and LL.B
Yes, College is approved by the Bar Council of India.
LET is an aptitude based test comprising of Multiple choice questions
Yes, lateral entry admission is accepted in odd semesters.
Lloyd Law College is associated with CLAT and accepts 60 students through CLAT followed by Personal interview.
Lloyd Law College is an alliance member of LSAT India and accepts 30 students through LSAT score.
The college has an exclusive Internship & Placement cell which works round the year for the internship and placement of the students. For more information visit
Lloyd Law College imparts practice and profession oriented legal education aiming to inculcate profession skill sets which help the students to differentiate themselves in the competitive world.
Yes, College transportation is available which covers three major routes from Delhi viz. Dwarka, Rohini and Shahdara.
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|3.||2016||BA.LL.B. 2016 Question Paper||Download|
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Lloyd Law College, Uttar Pradesh has been established as a Sate Law College in Greater Noida under the Act No. 14 of 2009, Government of Uttar Pradesh.
Bar Council of India has approved our integrated BA.LL.B., LL.B. programmes with an intake of 320 in streams, after verifying the various the various requirements necessary for the award of degree.
CCS University, Meerut, U.P. (state university established in 1965), and approved by the Bar Council of India (Statutory body for professional legal education in India)
Lloyd Law College in Association with Penn State Law SchoolUSA
Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL), Patiala MoU with Lloyd Law College
National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bengaluru MoU with Lloyd Law College
Lloyd Law College is a premier educational institution offering legal education since year 2003 in affiliation with CCS University, Meerut, U.P. (state university established in 1965), and approved by the Bar Council of India (Statutory body for professional legal education in India).
The College was blessed with the guidance, mentorship and patronage of Padma Shri & Padma Bhusan Prof. Late. (Dr.) N.R. Madhava Menon, the distinguished educationist and the flag bearer of legal education reforms in India. Prof. Menon was a visionary of legal education and the designer and architect of the five-year integrated B.A.LL.B. Programme in India and the Founder of the premier legal institutions of the country including the National Law School of India University, Bangalore and the National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata. Recognised as the 'Legend of Law' and 'Father of Modern Legal Education in India', Prof. Menon’s relentless efforts in revamping and modernizing the legal education of the country has successfully brought Indian legal education at par with the legal institutions in the developed countries.