Bachelor of Legislative Law
LLB, also known as Bachelor of Legislative Law, is an undergraduate law program of 3-year or 5-year duration that can be pursued after graduation and 10+2 respectively. The Bachelor of Legislative Law is a foundational course in law that teaches students about legal procedures followed in the profession. The course helps the student develop a logical, analytical and critical understanding of legal affairs and teaches him/her how to use these skills for resolving social, legal issues of the society.
Highlights of the course
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Note: The course fee structure varies on several factors, so please contact our Admissions Office for full details.
₹ 40,000 (per year)
- An LLB graduate with training experience as Law associate and paralegal, interested in working with a reputed law firm to apply my knowledge for intensive judiciary cases and to increase my experience and skills as a lawyer.
- Highly motivated experienced lawyer with 2 years of working experience in state court, seeking a suitable role at a law firm to utilize my expertise in law cases for assisting the aggrieved clients.
- Have Passed Graduation (10+2+3 pattern) in any discipline from a recognised College/University, having secured minimum 45% marks in aggregate for general category and , 42% for OBC category* and 40% of the total marks in case of SC and ST applicants, aggregate marks or equivalent grade.
- Candidate whose have minimum eligibility can contact to admission cell directly.