LLB - Bachelor of Legislative Law

Overview

The LLB is the most common law degree offered and conferred by Indian universities which has a duration of three years. Almost all law universities follow a standard LL.B. curriculum, wherein students are exposed to the required bar subjects. You can do it after 10+2 also, we call it Integrated undergraduate degrees (BA-LLB, BSc-LLB, BBA-LLB, BCom-LLB). These degrees are mostly offered in the autonomous law schools having a duration of five years. 
This is perfect choice for those who wants to make a career in law

Admission: To get admission you must pass in any of the following entrance exam:

1. CLAT - Common Law Admission Test
2. LSAT - Law School Admission Test
3. NALSAR :- National Academy for Legal Studies and Research Test

Most of the institutes demands your ranking in the merit list of the above exams followed by a Personal Interview.


Further Study:  
You can opt to do LLM or Master of Legislative Law after this degree.

Eligibility:

For 3 years course you have to be a graduate with at least 55% and for five years you should pass 10+2 with at least 55% marks. Your age should be below 30 years.

Course Fee:

The fee structure of LLB varies from institute to institute and also depends upon the UGC grant provided to the particular college. In general in order to study LLB in India, the annual fee including hostel expenses can be anywhere from 1 lakh INR to 2 lakh INR, depending upon the college and university in which the student opts to study LLB.

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Bachelor Degree Law

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