LLB Course - Bachelor of Laws Course Admission

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LLB course - Bachelor of Laws Course Admission

After completing 10+2 the big question arises, What to do, where to go, every time to get the Answer to this Question is not so easy. You know what the main Problem is that we want to get everything name, fame, money but we don't know How? So, now we are going to talk about an immense career option. At this time it is one of the most prestigious career options and that one is LLB course [Bachelor of Laws]. If you have the desire to be a successful person so this one is the best option for you but yeah! remember nothing is easy to get, for this you have to make yourself stronger with your determination. And keep this point in your mind, to fly in the sky we don't need to have wings it needs courage. Be a courageous person.


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Introduction of LLB Course 

The Bachelor of Laws {LLB} is an undergraduate 3 years Degree Course. Its really full form is Legum Baccalaureates which is a Latin word. Nowadays the popularity of LLB Course is growing very rapidly since the society is moving very fast. LLB is one of the most prestigious course, for this, there are several career options available in both private and public sectors. In India Law Education started from 1987, The Bar Council of India{BCI} is a regularity authority for Laws Education in India. There are two ways by anyone can become a lawyer and pursue LLB first one is a 3 years Course which can be pursued only after completing graduation with any discipline and the second one is 5 years integrated course for undergraduate students. After competing LLB aspirants have many options to work they can work as a lawyer, teacher in colleges, reporter for news agencies, they can also work for NGOs, MNC and for a lot of others.


Eligibility for LLB Course

To get Admission in LLB you should have to take a look at minimum eligibility criteria so that you can prepare yourself according to criteria.

Step1: you should have to complete your graduation in any discipline.

Step2: In graduation, aspirants should have to score minimum required marks. For general category, it required 50% marks and for the reserved categories, it's a 45% marks.

Step3: There are no age limit criteria so you can apply for LLB according to your wish.

Bachelor of Laws Admission Process

Colleges take Admission in LLB through normally two ways first on the basis of minimum Marks score by the aspirant in their graduation and the second one is by conducting CET [Common Entrance Test]. There are various CET conducted for LLB admission in India. A list of CET are given below:-

CLAT- Common Law Entrance Test is Conducted by National Law Universities for LLB admission.
LAWCET:-Law Common Entrance Test
LSAT:-Law School Admission Test
AILET:-All India Law Entrance Test

Syllabus for LLB Course details

The Whole course of Bachelor of Laws is divided into 6 semesters. so the syllabus of LLB course is also divided according to the semesters.

Syllabus of LLB Course is given below:-

Semester I

Labour Law
Family Law I
Crime
Woman&Law/Trust/Contract/Criminology[anyone]

Semester II

Family Laws II
Law of Tort & Consumer Protection Act
Professional Ethics
Constitutional Law

Semester III

Environment Law
Human Rights &International Law
Law of Evidence
Arbitration,Conciliation&Alternative

Semester IV
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Property Law including the transfer of Property Act
Practical Training-Legal Aid
Jurisprudence
Comparative Law/Law of Insurance/Intellectual property Law/Conflict of Laws[anyone]
Law of Contract II

Semester V

Civil Procedure Code
Administrative Law
Interpretation of Statutes
Legal Writing
Land Laws including ceiling and other local laws

Semester VI

Code of Criminal Procedure
Company Law
Practical Training
Practical Training II
Investment & Securities Law/Law of Taxation/Co-operative Law/Banking Law[anyone]

Top 10 Law colleges in India

National Law School of India University, Bangalore 
Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh 
The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata 
Amity Law School, Delhi 
School of Law Christ University, Bangalore 
New Law College, Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University, Pune 
Symbiosis Law School, Pune 
ILS Law College, Pune 
Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar 
Army Institute of Law, Mohali 

Career after LLB course

There are a lot of career options available after completing LLB. You just need to choose any one option according to your desire.

Advocate
Legal Advisor
Teacher
Legal Services Chief
Journalist
Notary
Magistrate
District & Sessions Judge
Trustee
Solicitor
Attorney General
Public Prosecutor
Law firms
MNCs
Bank[Legal department]

Salary

In a Legal profession, Salary is good enough, for the starter, in the beginning, they can earn up to Rs. 15,000 to Rs. 25,000. And After getting experience their salary also improve well. Actually earning in the legal field is depends on the name, fame in the market. There are lot Advocates who earn almost Rs. 10,00,000 to Rs. 15,00,000 per appearances. So, the scope of earning in this field is very huge.

This is all about Bachelor of law [LLB] if you have any query and suggestions so feel free to write us.

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