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Dear Senior,

Greetings..

I want to take admission in diploma in labour law. I have done MBA with 67% and in last sem i gave an exam of employment law and score more than 50% in that exam.

As per the prospectus or as mentioned below,i am eligible for this course because in MBA only one paper exists related to labour law in every university.

I am trying to contact to concerned person in the bikaner university but nobody sure that i am eligible or not .They are ready to give admission to MA sociology student bt confuse abt MBA.

Kindly let me know what exactly the eligibility for taking admission in DLL.

Apology if i have mentioned any thing wrong. Waiting for your positive revert.

Note: One year Post Graduate Diploma in Labour Laws,

Labour Welfare and Personal Management

Eligibility Requirements :

A Candidate who after having taken in any one of the following examination of the University or of any other University recognised for the purpose by the syndicate viz. (i) the examination of Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) (P) or (ii) M.A. Examination in Sociology/Economics/Social-Works/psychology/public Administration with 48% Marks in the aggregate and with a paper realting to labour Law as part of their Examination of (iii) M.Com. examination in Economic Administration/Financial Management/Business Administration or MBA Examination with at-least 48% marks the aggregate and with a paper relating to labour Law as part of M.A., M.Com or M.B.A. Course shall be eligible to appear in the examination for the Post Graduate Diploma Course in Labour Laws, Labour Welfare and Personnel Management

Notes: (i) A candidate holding the LL.B. (Academic) Degree shall not be eligible for the course.

(ii) For Determining 48% Marks in the aggregate at the M.A./M.B.A. examination referred to above, the total marks obtained at both the previous and Final examination or at all semester examination as the case may be, will be taken into account.
30th September 2013 From India, Jaipur
Dear Friend,
As per the advertisement you have posted, it clear says you're eligible if you have scored 48% marks in MBA. Over that in education a higher educated candidate may go for lower qualification unless there is any age limit criteria or any specific limitation clearly mentioned which I don't see here. Therefore you must apply for the course.
4th October 2013 From India, Delhi
#Anonymous
Hi Sir,
Thanks for your reply.. ya i am exactly saying to the university and to the concerned person of that college.But they wnt i give something in written to the college if university cancelled my admission so i will be responsible and may be they will not refund my fee bcz they are not ready for giving anything in written to me regarding fee refund.
I really want to apply for this course and also sent mail to university as well as college principal but no reply..Even the senior teacher and head of law dept. in university also not sure abt the eligibility.. :-(
5th October 2013 From India, Jaipur
Dear Friend, Please give details of your other qualifications beside MBA.
5th October 2013 From India, Delhi
#Anonymous
Hi Sir, In graduation - BBA (2007 )and after that MBA in (2012).
5th October 2013 From India, Jaipur
Dear Friend,
As the qualification criteria is PG and you have done MBA in reference to that; you should apply for the course attaching the print of their advertisement and highlighting the qualification criteria based on which you're applying. Instead please also write a covering letter. I am sure they will understand and enroll you.
5th October 2013 From India, Delhi
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