Lloyd Law College, Greater Noida

Lloyd Law College, Greater Noida – Admissions 2020, Fees Structure, Ranking, Placement, Entrance Exam

Lloyd Law College, is a Greater Noida premiere educational institution in the field of Law imparting quality education. Under the genesis of Satilila Charitable Society (SCS) it was established in the year 2003.

An integrated law program and a regular law course is offered by Lloyd Law College at the undergraduate level. An annual intake of 240 seats is conducted by BA-LL.B. (5-year integrate course) out of which 180 are filled through LET and the remaining 50 seats are filled though CLAT.

180 students per batch are accommodated by the LL.B program. The University approves both courses and Grants Commission (UGC), New Delhi.

  • To apply for the LL.B. program, you have to qualify Lloyd Entrance Test. For admission to the aforesaid program, CLAT score is not applicable.
  • Candidates must pay the fee only in cash or Demand Draft favouring Aryan Residency Ltd when applying for Hostel facility. At New Delhi it is payable.
  • Reserved category candidates are eligible to apply for scoring a minimum aggregate of 40% marks in the last qualifying exam.
  • AS on 1st of July in the year of appearing in the entrance examination, only candidates whose age is less than 25 years are eligible to apply as per C.C.S. Bar Council of India norms and University.
  • On the basis of merit and his or her performance in the personal interview, those who have qualified the Lloyd Entrance Test are selected.
  • On the basis of marks obtained in the common entrance exam (on merit basis) and personal interview CLAT qualifiers are selected.

Highlights Table

Name of the University

Lloyd Law College

University Type


Basic Admission Criteria

Entrance Exam

Name of Entrance Test

Lloyd Entrance Test (LET)

Application Mode






Lloyd Law College, Greater Noida – BA-LL.B. & LL.B. Admissions

In the field of law, Lloyd Law College offers undergraduate level degree programs. Currently the institute offer an integrated BA-LL.B. program including a regular LL.B. program to candidates seeking admission to undergraduate law courses in Delhi region.

For admission to these programs basic eligibility criteria pass in 10+2 or equivalent examination from a recognized board or university. On the basis of marks obtained in the Lloyd Entrance Test (LET) followed by personal interview enables the selection of candidates.

Through the online application process of Lloyd Law College Prospective candidates may apply by visiting the institute website.

Through online payment modes using a credit/ debit card or internet banking the prescribed application fee can be paid. A valid CLAT (conducted by Chanakya National Law University) score makes candidate eligible to apply and need to fill the Lloyd Law College application form regardless.

Eligibility Table

Course Name


Eligibility Criteria

Selection Process


10+2 or equivalent with 45% aggregate marks

LET + Interview


  • Candidates may apply directly for the personal interview with a valid CLAT score. These candidates are permitted from taking the Lloyd Entrance Test (LET).
  • Out of the total intake which is 240 the number of seats available for CLAT applicants is 60.
  • Students who appeared for the final examination in March/April and are waiting for their results are eligible to apply, also the candidates appearing are eligible.

LET 2020

For admissions to BA LLB and LLB programs Lloyd entrance test (LET) is held every year. 150 Multiple Choice Questions is what LET has. Into five sections the exam is divided.

In the table given below the section-wise distribution of marks in LET;


Number of Questions


General Knowledge & Current Affairs



English Including Comprehension






Logical Reasoning



Legal Aptitude & Legal Awareness






  • negative marking is not available.
  • one mark for every correct answer is rewarded to a candidate
  • The medium of exam is English.
  • offline mode is the state in which LET is hold.
  • 2 hours is the exam duration.

Lloyd Law College, Greater Noida Application Process

Applications from eligible candidates for admission to BA-LL.B. and LL.B. courses through online mode of application is accepted by Lloyd Law College.

By visiting the institute website www.lloydlawcollege.edu.in aspiring candidates can access the application form. In details the application process is as follows:

  • For both courses the website offers different application links. For the particular course the applicant is applying he or she must click on the application link provided.
  • With correct information only the applicant should fill the application form with requisite details once in.
  • SMS or E-mail is the means of communication by the institute. while filling the online application form It is therefore strongly advised to enter the candidate’s recent phone number and email id.
  • In the application form before submission a scanned copy of the student’s photograph (preferably passport size) must be uploaded.
  • The candidate must pay the prescribed application fee online through payment gateway enabled on the application portal, after submission of application form. For the purpose payment the applicant may use credit/debit card or internet banking.
  • Within the dates pre-specified by the institute candidates may download the admit cards from the institute website.

Documents Checklist:

2 sets of photocopies must be submitted at the time of interview and the documents below:

  • Aadhar Card (Internet copy acceptable)
  • Marksheet – Class – X, XII (Internet copy acceptable)
  • Date of birth certificate (If DOB is not mentioned in class X marksheet)
  • Residence validation
  • Category certificate – SC, ST (if applicable)
  • Differently abled certificate / reports (if applicable)
  • Two Passport size photographs (latest)
  • Photo Id Proof (any, in photocopy)


As per the Bar Council and CCSU norms the institute offers seat reservation. The institute offers the following reservations are currently:


Reservation of Seats

Unreserved Category


Scheduled Caste (SC)


Scheduled Tribe (ST)


Person with Disability (PwD)



Financial assistance in the form of educational loan to economically weaker students is offered by the institute. Students must obtain offer letter from the college when they wish to apply for education loan. This letter needs to be submitted at the bank for loan purpose. The institute does not offer any other financial assistance.