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Yes, there are many chances of getting a scholarship for B.A LLB.

► PMSSS also provides a scholarship for pursuing LLB after 12th as they have clearly mentioned in their brochure that students who qualify for National Entrance Examination conducted by Central/ State governments like NEET, JEE, CLAT ( Common Law Admission Test ) are eligible for the scholarship.

You have to clear CLAT and also apply for the PMSSS simultaneously through their online application form.

CLAT is a national-level entrance examination for admission in 22 National law Universities in India. The exam consists of 150 MCQs with 2 hours duration and 5 sections.

  • English including Comprehension
  • Current affairs including General Knowledge
  • Legal Reasoning
  • Logical Reasoning
  • Quantitative Techniques (Mathematics)


► If you belong to an Army background then you are eligible for a PMSS scholarship. you have to take admission in any Law college then apply for PMSS in the first year. PMSSS gives scholarships up to 36000 per year for girls and 30000 per year for boys.

 You have to apply in the first year and then renew the scholarship for 2nd and 3rd years. Only students who apply in the first year and don't have any backlog are eligible for this scholarship.

► Other Private and government universities also provide scholarships on the basis of their own exam and interview and the percentage of scholarships is given as per the performance in the interview/ exam.

For example, BML Munjal University provides 100% tuition fees-free if the candidate has scored more than 90% in their interview.

75% tuition fee benefit if scored between 85-90% in their interview and 50% scholarship for 80-85 % marks.

Hope it helps, All the best

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