Admissions are based on securing of a rank in the LAWCET qualifying exam. The LAWCET is conducted in every academic year by a university to which the job is entrusted to by the Andhra Pradesh Commission of Higher Education. LAWCET qualifying exam is conducted separately for five year B.A., LL.B. and three year LL.B course in every academic year usually in the month of June and for which notification is given in the month of May. Students qualifying in the LWCET may opt for a seat in a law college chosen by him/her. However, a few management seats are available under “B” category and for which even non-LAWCET candidates are eligible to seek admission exclusively on merit basis.
All the Candidates for admission must produce and deliver Transfer Certificate from the college in which they have last studied and must further satisfy the Principal that their conduct and character is satisfactory. She/he must submit Original Certificates of SSC, Intermediate and Degree Marks Memos, Provisional Certificate & Transfer Certificate.
A new student shall in no case be allowed to attend to class work pending his/her formal admission and enrollment on the rolls.
Any candidate, who is found to have obtained admission by false representation, will be summarily dismissed along with forfeiture of whatever fees s/he may have paid.
A candidate who secured degree directly by private study without 10+2 is not eligible for admission.
A candidate who secured his/her degree under the system of single Sitting exam is also not eligible.
As per BCI Regulations, age limit for admission into 3 year course is 30 years in all cases and 35 years in case of SC, ST, BC. For five year B.A., LL.B., the age limit is 20 years in all cases and 22 for SC, ST & BC but the subject matter is presently sub-judice.