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Lloyd Law College, Greater Noida Greater Noida , Uttar Pradesh

 ESTD 2003
 Private University

Lloyd Law College, Greater Noida Admission

Lloyd Law College, Greater Noida commenced its establishment in the academic year of 2003 and has been in affiliation with CCS University, Meerut (Uttar Pradesh). The college has been approved by the Bar Council of India which is the patron of Professional Legal Education in India. The college imparts various regular professional degrees the undergraduate and postgraduate level. The courses offered by the college along with their duration are mentioned below:

  • BA- LL.B. – 5 years
  • LL. B. – 3 years
  • LL. M. – 1 year

Lloyd Law College has MoU with NLSIU-B, RGNUL-P, ICSI, PENN LAW-USA, SILF, MILAT, ELCOP, SAAWCLAW, CLEA. Additional campus facilities such as Boys Hostel, Girls Hostel ,Canteen, Computer Lab, Moot Court Society , Trial Advocacy ,Library, Medical Facilities, Cultural and sports activity, Job fest and many more.

Programs offered by Lloyd Law College


Lloyd Law College offers an integrated law program and a standard law course at the undergraduate level. BA-LL.B. (5-year incorporate course) has a yearly admission of 300 seats out of which 200 are filled through LET and the rest of the 100 seats are filled however CLAT.

  • Candidates are also required to qualify the personal interview round conducted by the college along with qualifying entrance examination.
  • Candidates seeking admission to BA LLB program must have passed senior secondary school securing at least 45% marks in aggregate (40% marks for reserved categories).

LL. B.

The number of seats offered under LL.B. program is 300. Both the courses are affirmed by the University Grants Commission (UGC), New Delhi. 

  • Just Lloyd Entrance Test qualifiers may apply for the LL.B. program. CLAT score isn't material for admission to the previously mentioned program.
  • Reserved category candidates scoring a base total of 40% marks in the last qualifying exam are qualified to apply. 
  • Only candidates whose age is under 25 years as on first of July in the time of showing up in the selection test are qualified to apply according to C.C.S. University and Bar Council of India standards. 
  • Candidates who have qualified the Lloyd Entrance Test are chosen based on merit and his/her performance in the personal interview.
  • CLAT qualifiers are chosen based on marks acquired in the basic selection test (on merit basis) and personal interview conducted by the college.

Important Date for LET 2020

Lloyd Entrance Examination is scheduled to be conducted on 6th June 2020 i.e. Saturday from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM across several centers in the country.

S. No.




Availability of online Application forms on colleges website

5th January 2020 Onwards


Last date for submission of online application form



Issuance of Hall tickets

2nd June 2020 (6:00 PM)


Date of LET-2020

Saturday 6th June 2020, 3:00PM to 5:00PM

At Lloyd College, both Written Test and Personal Interview are given equal weightage and the final selection of candidates is done based on the merit list prepared on the grand total of Lloyd Entrance Test and Personal Interview rounds. It is imperative for students to appear in both the rounds of the examination and students' absence in any of the rounds will result into cancelation of candidature.

Personal Interview round would be conducted as per the SLOT BOOKING done by the candidates through the window on the official website of Lloyd College.

Test Centers for LET 2020




Greater Noida





















Documents Required at the time of Interview:-

  • Aadhar Card (Internet duplicate adequate) 
  • Marksheet - Class - X, XII (Internet duplicate adequate) 
  • Date of birth authentication (If DOB isn't mentioned in class X mark sheet) 
  • Residence Proof 
  • Category certificate - SC, ST (if pertinent) 
  • Differently abled declaration/reports (if pertinent) 
  • Two Passport size photos (most recent)
  • Personal Id Proof (any, in photocopy)

Note* The Written Test and Persona Interview rounds conducted by the college are given equal weightage. The final shortlisting of candidates is done based on the merit list prepared according to the grand total of Lloyd Entrance Test along with Personal Interview round. Candidates must note that their absence in the personal interview round would result into the cancellation of their candidature hence it is imperative to appear in both the levels of admission procedure.

The Personal Interview rounds would be organized according to the slot booking done by candidates through the application window available on the official website of the college.

Lloyd Law College - Admission Reviews

2 years ago

Juhi LLB Student

Overview 1/5

Lloyd law college is not good college because they don't have a good professor.and after this when student not attend the class they misguide the student and stop him to giving the exam and for the completion of attendance not give the class just take the Assignment and then through it is in the dustbin they have no proper rules and regulation just for the sake they tease the student...
2 years ago

Aman Banka Integrated Law Student

Best college along with best faculty. I feel privileged to be the student of Lloyd law college 5/5

I heard the name of this college from my senior when I was in class 12th. Then, I fill up the LET form and qualify the LET exam with good marks. Then I decide to take the admission in this college

Selection Procedure: First, you have to go through the written paper followed by an interview and your class 12th marks
2 years ago

Sonu Singh Integrated Law Student

Overview 5/5

This is the best college for the law aspirants if you want to be get placed than choose Lloyd for the placement and the great education.

Selection Procedure: You can take admission by the way of the interview which is taken by the faculty of the college.
2 years ago

Mukesh Singh LLB Student

Overview 5/5

Generally, if I say, not everyone scores much to get admission in NLU. So what after that, if you are not getting admission in NLU or national colleges. You can opt Lloyd law college, reason being. Starting from academic, infrastructure, Renowned faculty, National International Moot Courts, Sports, Hostel as your 2nd home, National- International Workshops, Internship, etc everything I found here. What else a law student needs. I am in the LLB 4th Semester, from my point of view. Lloyd law college is the best private law college in India. It gives ample opportunities to develop the skills required for the legal profession. I find the college has one of the best skill development centers and the achievements of the college says it all. Thanks, Lloyd

Selection Procedure: I applied for a LET Test in 2017. I scored on it, after that PI and documentation part.
2 years ago

Shubham Mishra Integrated Law Student

Best private college to pursue law as a carreer 5/5

Lloyd Law College is one of the best private institution situated in Greater Noida. The best part of my college is that it provides enough opportunity to participate in extra curriculum and academic program's.

Selection Procedure: It used to organise its own test exam and also takes admissions through CLAT
2 years ago

Rishav Ranjan Integrated Law Student

You wont regret and then gradually feel fortunate that you joined. 5/5

In the era of NLU fascination, Lloyd Law College gives ample of opportunities to develop your skills. Be it any other college, the way our faculty gives 'personal attention' is something very rare.

Selection Procedure: LET (Lloyd Entrance Test) is the internal written exam with the interview.
2 years ago

Himanshu Gupta Integrated Law Student

Era of practical experience 5/5

Lloyd Law College is a place where you can practically feel the studies by so much of exposure, one of the best private colleges in this modern legal era.

Selection Procedure: A special exam is being conducted named LET "Lloyd Entrance Test"
2 years ago

Vaibhav Shahi Integrated Law Student

Best College for any First Generation Law Student 5/5

The best thing about this College is that the faculties are very Cooperative they work on Your overall development. Moreover, we have a rich atmosphere for Moot Courts and research work.

Selection Procedure: You have to either score well in CLAT exam of Lloyd Entrance Test
4 years ago

Nakul LLB Student

College experience was excellent 5/5

College experience was good Leactures given by the teachers was good various moot competitions were held in the college students were allowed to participate those moot court for gaining better knowledge Attenndace must be compulsory 75 % must be there for appearing in the university exam . The Lloyd law college was affiliated by Chaudhary Charan Singh University Merrut
Admission Admission Difficulty: Medium

Selection Procedure: Based on School / 12th Class Result

Admission Criteria: I got 75 % in CBSE board . I selected Lloyd law college because for LLB course the college was good and have good faculty of teachers . Lloyd law college provide better knowledge to students and have various rules and regulations. College provide placements for students in various companies

2 years ago

Abhinav Bhardwaj Integrated Law Student

Best college in Delhi NCR 5/5

Lloyd Law College is full with opportunities for the students who can show dedication towards their work and resources are vast in every concern. You can give a shot

Selection Procedure: Entrance exam and Personal interview
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