Admission is purely on merit and is subject to availability of seats as per the directions issued by University of Mumbai and Government of Maharashtra from time to time. A transparent admission procedure is followed strictly based on the standard norms. Any modification in admission guidelines will be notified on the college notice board at the time of admission.
ELIGIBILTY CRITERIA :
ADMISSIONS IN Oriental College of Law, Sanpada, Navi Mumbai.
From the year 2016 onwards the criteria for admission into Oriental College of Law is the Common Entrance Test (CET). The CET Examination for the 3-year LLB course and the 5-year LLB course is conducted by State Common Entrance Test Cell, Government of Maharashtra on the specified dates.
The percentage scored in the HSC/CBSE/State Board Examinations will not continue to be the sole criteria for admission into Oriental College of Law.
ADMISSION TO THE FIVE-YEAR LAW COURSE:
The Primary Requisite for admission in the Five Year Law Course shall be appearing in CET Examination.
The Candidate must have passed the H.S.C (10+2) examination, conducted by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, with minimum 45% marks or any other examination recognized as equivalent thereto by the University of Mumbai with the minimum prescribed marks is eligible for admission to the first year of the pre law course. The above percentage shall be relaxed by 5% for the candidates belonging to the reserved categories. Therefore, the minimum percentage, which a student from the Reserved Category requires, to be eligible for admission is 40%.
ADMISSION TO THE THREE-YEAR LAW COURSE:
The Primary Requisite for admission in the Three Year Law Course shall be appearing in CET Examination.
A Candidate passing the Bachelor’s Degree Examination of the Mumbai University, in any faculty with minimum 45% marks or a corresponding degree examination of any other University recognized as equivalent thereto by the Mumbai University with the minimum prescribed marks is eligible for admission to the First Year L.L.B. The above percentage of marks shall be relaxed by 5% for candidates belonging to the reserved Categories. Therefore, the minimum percentage, which a student from the Reserved Category requires, to be eligible for admission is 40%.
The classes for law courses are held in the morning from 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 a.m.
The working hours for the college office are 8.00 am. to 4.00 p.m.
The term “working days” means that days on which the lectures are delivered. If a student remains absent even for a single lecture of a day, he/she will be treated as absent for the whole day. As per Mumbai University Rules, Minimum 75% attendance is necessary.