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L.L.B., Bachelor of Legislative Law, Syllabus, Eligibility, Duration, Degree Course

L.L.B., Bachelor of Legislative Law, Syllabus, Eligibility, Duration, Degree Course

Admission to L.L.B., Bachelor of Legislative Law, Syllabus, Eligibility, Duration, Degree Course, MPhil, Ph.D Law, Phd Doctorate Degree Programme Full-time/Part-time Ph.D. Programme in the disciplines of Arts , Sciences , Humanities , Management , Law , Medical , Engineering , Lingustics ,Commerce ,Computers , IT ,Finance and other areas relevant to master Degree from UGC recognised University

LLB Course Duration :Three Years

Eligibility Criteria for LLB

Minimum Eligibility:

  1. Bachelor’s degree in Science/ Humanities/ Management or equivalent in relevant discipline with 45% marks in aggregate for general category.
  2. L.L.B. Eligibility

    • Generally, eligibility for LLB is on the basis of marks scored at the graduation examinations. The person should be a graduate like B.A. or B.Com. or B.Sc. degree with minimum 45% marks (40% for SC/ST).
    • Percentage and other criteria may vary depending upon the institute.
    • Those who have done post graduation will get an extra 2% weight age. However, there are some Universities that conduct entrance tests too. The Entrance Exam is written test where questions are based on Reasoning, Mathematics, English and General Knowledge. Certain institutions like National Law School in Bangalore conduct an All India Entrance examination. To get admission for this course, the students have to give an entrance test and a personal interview.

    Some of L.L.B Entrance Tests

    • CLAT - Common Law Admission Test is an All India Entrance Examination conducted by 11 National Law Universities for admissions to their under-graduate and post graduate degree programs (L.L.B & L.L.M).
    • LAWCET - Law Common Entrance Test is conducted by Colleges and Universities in Andhra Pradesh for admission into 3 year and 5 year LLB programs.

    Selection basis: Written test and interview

    Some of Bachelor of Law Subjects

    • Legal Methods
    • Contracts
    • Jurisprudence
    • Code of Civil Procedure
    • Litigation Advocacy
    • Political Science
    • L.L.B. Syllabus

      Syllabus of L.L.B. as prescribed by various Universities and Colleges.

      Year I of LL.B. 

      a)

      Sem. I (June / October)

      b)

      Sem. II (November/April)

      1)

      Labor Law

      1)

      Family Laws II

      2)

      Family Law I

      2)

      Law of Tort & Consumer Protection Act

      3)

      Crime

      3)

      Constitutional Law

      4)

      Optional Papers (Any One)

      4)

      Professional Ethics

       

      a) Contract

         
       

      b) Trust

         
       

      c) Women & Law

         
       

      d) Criminology

         
       

      e) International Economics Law

         
             

       Year II of LL.B. 

      a)

      Sem. III (June / October)

      b)

      Sem. IV (November / April)

      1)

      Law of Evidence

      1)

      Property Law including transfer of Property Act

      2)

      Arbitration, Conciliation & Alternative

      2)

      Jurisprudence

      3)

      Human Rights & International Law

      3)

      Practical Training - Legal Aid

      4)

      Environmental Law

      4)

      Optional Papers (Any one)

           

      a) Comparative Law

           

      b) Law of Insurance

           

      c) Conflict of Laws

           

      d) Intellectual Property Law

         

      5)

      Law of Contract II

             

       Year III of LL.B. 

      a)

      Sem. V (June / October)

      b)

      Sem. VI (November / April)

      1)

      Civil Procedure Code (CPC)

      1)

      Code of Criminal  Procedure

      2)

      Interpretation of Statutes

      2)

      Company Law

      3)

      Legal Writing

      3)

      Practical Training - Moot Court

      4)

      Land Laws including ceiling and other local laws

      4)

      Practical Training II - Drafting

      5)

      Administrative Law

      5)

      Optional Papers (Any one)

           

      a) Investment & Securities Law

           

      b) Law of Taxation

           

      d) Co-operative Law

           

      c) Banking Law including Negotiable Instruments Act

       

      L.L.B . Course Suitability

      • People who have good presence of mind and those who are extrovert are the most suited for this profession.
      • A lawyer should also have brilliant communication skills and presentation skills.
      • They have to cross check the observer and set up facts before the court. The skills related to analysis are extremely important to a successful Lawyer.

      How is L.L.B. Course Beneficial?

      • Degree in Law not only offers just employment but it also provides a person an instrument to fight against inequality and wrong deeds of all types in the society.
      • There is certain amount of prestige with this profession as Law is the base of the society and a vital weapon of social change. Nobody messes with a Lawyer because that person himself deals with Lawlessness.
      • Lawyers can find employment opportunities in both public and private sector organizations. Most Lawyers prefer to become an advocate and practice law as a profession. Central/State Government jobs are also open to Lawyers. They can be appointed as Judges of various courts, as Attorney and Solicitor General, as Public Prosecutor and also in Defence, Tax and Labour departments. Moreover Lawyer can also work as legal counsel and legal advisers for firms, organizations and families.

      L.L.B. Employment Areas

      • Colleges & Universities
      • Courts & Judiciary
      • Law Firms
      • MNCs
      • Bank (Legal dept.)

      L.L.B . Job Types

      • Attorney General
      • District & Sessions Judge
      • Munsifs (Sub-Magistrate)
      • Advocate
      • Notary
      • Public Prosecutor
      • Solicitor
      • Legal Advisor
      • Trustee
      • Teacher & Lecturer
      • Law Reporter
      • Magistrate
      • Legal Expert

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