FAQs - Frequently Asked Questions

There are different eligibility criteria for the various program i.e. it depends on courses.

University offers academic programms in Diploma, Degree, PG Diploma, Masters and Research Courses.

Download the AU Application Form and send the filled form, along with all the relevant documents to the university.

  1. Matriculation Certificate (Self Attested Photocopy).
  2. 10+2 Certificate/Diploma/ITI (Self Attested Photocopy).
  3. Graduation Certificate (PG Courses) Final DMC (Self Attested Photocopy).
  4. Original Leaving certificate/Migration Certificate.
  5. Gap Certificate (if applicable) (Undertaking).

Yes, The University offers both option to apply admission form by Online or Offline mode.

The prospectus is available in website under download section.

Payment can be made in the form of Digital Mode/Bank Draft/ Cheques. Fee for every semester/Year is to be paid before the commencement of that semester/Session.

Arunodaya University recognizes self-attested copies of documents/papers presented by the students. It is made lucid that if any false attestation/falsified records are detected, the student will be debarred from attending any course.

University campus is located at Lekhi Village, Naharlagun, Itanagar, Dist. Papum Pare, Arunachal Pradesh- 791110.

Ans: Allotment is on the first cum first serve basis, usually, when the number of applicants are more than the number of  seats, a waiting list is drawn up and allocation is as per the list and availability arising.

Yes, we have summer & winter vacation breaks.

The nominal strength of the class is 60 or as per the Guideline of the Regulatory Body.

Yes, it is a ragging free campus, we have Anti Ragging cells who keeps on monitoring the activities of students and ensure University Campus is a ragging free campus.

A student doing a programme has to register himself/ herself for each semester to become eligible to appear for the University examinations. The terms ‘Fresh Admission’ and Re-registration’ are explained below: –

  1. Fresh Admission – New candidates seeking admission are required to fill up Fresh Admission form.
  2. Re-registration – existing students who get promoted to subsequent higher semesters have to Re-register at the beginning of a session and it is termed as Re-registration.
  3. Re-registration to the higher semester is mandatory to become eligible to appear for the University term end examination for existing students.

If a student fails to clear any of the paper (s) or all subjects of a semester, he/ she has to re-appear for the relevant paper (s) or semester by applying and filling up the re-sitting form along with relevant examination fee. The form will be made available at least three months before the university examinations along with necessary instructions.

The medium of examination and assignments shall be in English.

Changes of programme is not permitted.

  1. You can apply for Convocation certificate after completion of one year of your course.
  2. You need to download AU Certificate Application Form.
  3. The Certificate Fees is available in Other Fees.
  4. Application form received with incomplete information filled, pending documents, pending fees & original leaving/migration certificate will be rejected. Application form with documents & fees should be sent to University.
  1. You can apply for Migration certificate once you have obtained your Convocation certificate.
  2. You need to download AU Certificate Application Form.
  3. The Certificate Fees is available in Other Fees.
  4. Application form received without original leaving/Migration certificate from the last institution will be rejected. Application form with documents & fees should be sent to University.

Transcript is a record of student’s marks or grades achieved during their studies by educational institutions. It is officially signed and sealed by concerned education institute authorities. Note: Transcript is not a consolidate statement of mark sheet. Delivery period depends on the processing time by university to university. The processing also includes the application evaluation time and processing duration at university. Normally, it takes one week to four weeks to get from university.

You need to Download  and fill the Application for issue of Transcript Form.

  • Documents required along with Application form:
  1. Self-attested copy of mark sheet and degree certificate.
  2. Self-attested copy of request letter of transcripts.
  3. Self-attested copy of photo ID proof.
  4. Original Leaving/migration Certificate of Last qualification.
  • Can it be shipped internationally?

Yes, Just mention recipient address in the “Recipient Address” on the apply page and we will ship it to that address. In case of WES, specify the WES reference# in the instruction section. Shipment charges will be borne by applicant.

  • Can I change the mode of delivery to my transcript order?

No, Once an order has been placed, the Controller of Examination’s Office cannot provide refunds nor change the type of transcript requested. Students are responsible for following the instructions of their recipient as well as sending the acceptable transcript type (paper).

No, University will not process request for Degree/Migration/Transcripts via Phone or email. Applicant needs to send written request along with Application form, Documents and Charges to university office at Arrunodaya University Lekhi Village, Naharlagun, Itanagar, Distt. Papum Pare, Arunachal Pradesh- 791110.

The request for Degree/Migration/Transcripts can be rejected if the documents sent by you are as follows:

  • Document which are not eligible to obtain Degree/Migration/Transcripts.
  • Scan copies which are unreadable/blurred.
  • Documents with cut off edges.
  • Scan copies which are small/large in size compared to Original (A4 size).
  • Truncated unclear or missing of university seal and authorized seal.
  • Shadow or shiny patch on the documents.
  • Kindly be cautions and vigilant before submitting the documents. Otherwise, it will be loss of time.
  • In Case of Scanned copies submission.
  1. The Request for verification should come from registered verifying firms / government department
  2. Click on Verification Procedure and fill the form.
  3. Application form received without proper documents & fees will be rejected.

Application form with documents & fees should be sent to University OR Sent to Email ID: verification@arunodayauniversity.ac.in.

  1. All documents should be clear and legible.
  2. All sides and edges should be properly captured without any cuts or missing borders.
  3. We advise to use professional scanners only and avoid camera/phone clicks.
  4. All documents should be Self-attested.

Legum Baccalaureus or LLB is a three-year Bachelor of Laws degree that candidates can pursue after their graduation degree. The LLB course is different from the five-year integrated LLB courses such as BA LLB, BBA LLB, BSc LLB, BCom LLB etc. The three-year law course is structured in such a way that the curriculum is divided into six semesters. Candidates are awarded the degree only when they complete all the semesters of this three-year LLB course. As part of an LLB degree, candidates need to take part in regular theory classes, moot courts, internships as well as  tutorial work.

  • Candidates need to be graduates (under 10+2+3 system) in any subject/ discipline in order to pursue an LLB course.
  • The (minimum) percentage requirement for General category candidates is 45%, for OBC Candidate 42% and for SC/ST category candidates 40%.

Mostly Universities offer admission to candidates on the basis of merit, some of the universities in India offer admission to aspirants on the basis of either national-level law entrance exams or on the basis of an entrance exam conducted by them.


No, CLAT exam is conducted only for admissions to five-years LLB courses and LLM course.


No, the three-year LLB course can be pursued only after completing graduation.


LLB is a popular course offered as part of the law stream. Law as a career choice is extremely demanding and requires aspirants to be thorough with their subject and be willing to work long hours. Thus, candidates planning to join this field need to  possess the below-mentioned skill set.

Fluency and clarity of speech



Interest in Research



Convincing power

Ability to assimilate as well as analyse facts

Ability to argue on a topic

Interest in detail


Good judgement of situation/people

Mental and physical stamina

Good presentation skills

The syllabus taught as part of an LLB course varies from University to University. Some common topics that are taught in an LLB course are listed below:

Labour Law

Family Law

Criminal Law

Professional Ethics

Law of Torts & Consumer Protection Act

Constitutional Law

Law of Evidence

Arbitration, Conciliation & Alternative

Human Rights & International Law

Environmental Law

Property Law


Legal Aids

Law of Contract

Civil Procedure Code

Interpretation of Statutes

Legal Writing

Administrative Law

Code of Criminal Procedure

Company Law

Land Laws (including ceiling and other local laws)

Investment & Securities Law/ Law of Taxation/ Co-operative Law/ Banking Law including the Negotiable Instruments Act

Optional Papers- Contract/ Trust/ Women & Law/ Criminology/ International Economics Law

Comparative Law/ Law of Insurance/ Conflict of Laws/ Intellectual Property Law

There are a plethora of job opportunities available to candidates after they complete an LLB degree. Candidates looking forward to practising law in India, need to clear All India Bar Exam (AIBE) that is conducted by BCI. On clearing, AIBE exam lawyers are awarded a ‘Certificate of Practice’ which is mandatory for practising the profession as an advocate in India.
Some popular job profiles that candidates can pursue after securing an LLB degree are mentioned below:

  • Lawyer: In this job profile, one needs to advise and represent clients in civil as well as criminal cases. Lawyers present cases in the court of law and take part in all proceedings and hearings.
  • Legal Advisor: Candidates opting to work in such a job profile are also lawyers who specialise in a specific field of law. Legal advisors are usually hired by government as well as large organisations/ companies. The main task of a legal advisor is to protect their clients from any legal implication or consequence.
  • Advocate: In such a job profile, one needs to do a lot of research work to gather factual data as well as physical evidence to support their claim. Apart from this, other responsibilities allocated to advocates include scrutinising and drafting contracts.
  • Solicitor: A solicitor is an individual who is specialised in a specific area of law like tax, litigation, family or property. Solicitors offer legal advice to private as well as commercial clients.
  • Teacher or Lecturer: After completing an LLB degree, candidates can also teach law at the college or university level

Candidates completing their LLB degree have to appear for the All India Bar Examination (AIBE) by BCI. To clear the bar examination is mandatory for all law graduates to be able to practice law. All state bar councils in India have made it mandatory for advocates graduated after 2010 to clear this examination.

The BA LLB can be pursued right after Class 12th, however, for admission to an LLB degree, candidates should hold a bachelor degree. Both the degrees are valued for their own curriculum. An LLB degree has all the law subjects, whereas, BA LLB  degree, as the name suggests, includes Arts subjects along with law subjects.

To be eligible for pursuing a 2 years Master of Laws (LLM) program, candidates must have completed their Bachelor’s degree in Law from a recognized university with a minimum aggregate score of 50%. Additionally, they need to clear law entrance exam conducted by university or exams like CLAT, LSAT, AILET, etc.

LLM study is often known to be cramped with demanding seminars, weekly tutorials, mock tests and assignment deadlines leaving no room for that weekend hangover… However, take comfort in the fact that student’s party harder after finishing work especially if it is well before deadlines.

Given that, there is no age limit for LLB course, BCI has relaxed age limit for LLM course admission as well. Therefore, there is no upper age limit to apply for the LLM Program.

A Master of Law (LLM) degree is a prestigious qualification that holds immense value for individuals seeking a career in the legal field. In India, LLM programs have gained popularity due to their affordability, diverse offerings and relevance to the country’s legal landscape.

Constitutional Law, IPR Law, International Law, Corporate Law, Business Law, Human Rights Law, Technology/Cyber Laws and Criminal Law are the specialisations offered in Master of Laws degree programmes.

It usually depends on the interest of the students to opt for a particular specialization.  These days candidates prefer Technology law as the most relevant LLM specialization.

Some of the best specialization in law includes civil law, criminal law, constitutional law, IPR law, cyber law.

More Opportunities: LLM graduates have access to a wide range of career options in corporate, public, and international sectors.

Higher Earnings: An LLM often leads to better-paying jobs compared to LLB holders, especially in private firms.

Career Prospects after LLM

  • Law Clerk.
  • Law Assistant.
  • Legal Researcher.
  • Legal Officer.
  • Public Prosecutor.
  • Legal Executive.
  • Corporate Lawyer.

The Hostels for Students is available.  Rooms are spacious, well ventilated, illuminated & well furnished, with Bathroom Gallery, Hot Water Geyser.

A basic bed, study table, chair, cupboard, cloth dryer stand is assured to every boarder Common facility as opted for.

  • Security Guard: The entire campus is highly secured, so are the hostels. Nobody can enter the hostel without permission as we have deputed 24*7 professional security guards to avoid any untoward incidence.
  • Electronic Surveillance: The entire campus is under the surveillance of CCTV cameras round the clock.
  • Visit of Hostel: There are regular rounds of hostel warden in morning and evening sessions. The absentees are followed up and anyone found ill is taken to doctor, if need be and special care is taken including his/ her meals.
  • Night attendance: There is Night attendance of all inmates, just before retiring to bed; we have a provision to take attendance of hostellers. Anybody, found missing in the hostel, is immediately brought to the attention of the parents over phone.