Admission Procedure

BA  LLB ( 5 years integrated course)
Eligibility and Admission Procedure

The duration of the programme shall be 5 academic years comprising 10 Semesters each of 16 weeks duration.


  • A candidate who has completed P.U.C. or equivalent course either from Karnataka or any other recognized Institution is eligible to apply provided he has minimum of 45 percent in aggregate in the qualifying Examination.

  • S.C. and S.T. and physically handicapped may be given relaxation of 5 percent in the marks required.

Physically challenged includes;

Blind:Total absence of sight or visual acuity in the existing 6/16 or 20/200 (snellan) in better with correcting lenses.

Deaf/Mute:Deaf are those in whom the sense of hearing is non-functional for ordinary purposes of Life. Mute are those who cannot speak.

Orthopedically handicapped are those who have a major physical defect or deformity which causes an interference with the normal functioning of bones, muscles and joints. Physically /orthopaedically handicapped may be given in relaxation after producing the certificate by the competent Authorities.

Medium; The medium of Instruction shall be in English /Kannada.
Timings; 9-00a.m. to 4-00p.m.

Documents required at the time of Admission;

  • Certified copy of P.U.C. Marks Card.
  • Certified copy of Passing Certificate wherever applicable
  • Certified copy of S.S.L.C.  Marks Card for date of birth,
  • Certified copy of conduct certificate
  • Two recent pass port size photos without signature, one to be pasted on the application.
LLB  (3years course after graduation)
Eligibility and Admission Procedure

The duration of the course shall be three academic Years consisting of 6 semesters each of 16 weeks duration. A candidate who has passed the Bachelor Degree/ Masters Degree from university in any faculty or a Bachelor or Master Degree Examination from any other university considered as equivalent thereto is eligible for admission to 3 Year LL.B.

 A candidate who fulfills the above requirement shall have obtained  not less then45 percent of the aggregate marks in the qualifying examination.

S.C. and S.T. and Physically handicapped may be given a relaxation of 5% in the marks required.

Medium; The medium of Instruction shall be in English/Kannada.

Documents required at the time of Admission;

  • Certified copies of statement of marks.
  • Certified copy of conduct certificate
  • Certified copy of Degree certificate or provisional pass certificate.
  • Certified copy of S.S.L.C. as a proof for date of birth.
  • Two recent pass port size photos without signature. One to be pasted on the application.

Reservation for the SC/ST and other Backward classes shall be made in accordance with the directions of Government in force from time to time. 

Attendance, Progress, etc.,: 

  1. Each student shall attend not less than seventy percent of the prescribed number of working periods in each of the subjects comprising the course and the contact programme classes, tutorials and practical training classes as may be   prescribed for each subject for each semester throughout the course. 
  2. Each semester shall be taken as a unit for the purpose of calculating attendance. 
  3. Conduct and progress shall be satisfactory during the semester period. 
  4. Students who fail to satisfy the above requirements shall not be eligible to take the Semester examination. 

No candidate shall be eligible to move to the next higher class unless he/she has passed the semester examinations of lower class as prescribed by Regulations.

Other Courses offered by The Oxford College of Law
Certificate course in cyber law and Intellectual Property Law is conducted by The Oxford Law College, Which is very useful to all branches of students. The following students can be admitted to this course:

  • Students who have passed P.U.C.
  • Law students
  • Cost Accountants
  • Police officials
  • Company Executives
  • B.B..M or M.B.A. Students
  • B.E. Students
  • Medical Students
  • Functioning of the course;
  • Both graduates and under graduates can be admitted to this course.
  • The classes will be conducted on week ends and only after the completion of 48 hours of class work then only the examination will be conducted and certificates of Merit will be given. Course material will also be supplied.