The DU LLB syllabus has developed by the University of Delhi for the undergraduate law program - 3 year LLB. DU LLB Syllabus directs aspirants to strategise their preparation by prioritising the topics for the law entrance test from the least to the most important topics.
The DU LLB exam has a syllabus which is not the same as other Law entrance exam . It centers majorly around four significant sections – Legal Aptitude, Indian Constitution (Polity with an emphasis on legitimate perspectives), GK and Current Affairs. DU LLB Syllabus enables aspirants to prioritize the most important topics. It makes things easier for students to more concretely strategize their planning for the DU LLB exam.
|Analytical Abilities||Analytical Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, Number Systems, Average, Profit Loss, Percentage, Areas Mensuration, Time Speed and Distance, People Work and Time, Probability, Statistics Graphs, Venn Diagrams, Blood Relations, Sets, Missing Numbers, Series|
|English||Unseen passages, Grammar, Comprehension, Proverbs, Antonyms, Synonyms, One word substitute, Sentence and Word Correction, Spell checks, Cloze Passages|
|General Knowledge||Static General Knowledge, Current Affairs|
|Legal Awareness||Legal propositions, Conclusions, Legal Maxims, Bare Acts of the Indian Constitution|
This segment tests a student's knowledge and comprehension of basic grammar like passive voice, active voice, antonyms, synonyms etc. The questions are of Class 12 level.
This segment tests student’s ability to think logically and apply that at the time of answering the questions. The topics that students should study in this sections are given below.
Students also receive questions from Mathematics. Questions may be simple and of Class 10 level. The topics that students should prepare are given below.
This paper has unspecified syllabus. The paper tests a student’s awareness regarding the current events in and around the world. Students should keep update themselves with the recent events to score well in this section. Students should learn important awards (Science, Sports, and Literature etc), UN bodies and their functions, knowledge of the Constitution or the Judicial System, Indian Geography and History. Students must prepare the following topics.
This segments includes maximum number of questions in DU LLB exam. Students must check the topics for this section below.