LL.B ( 3 Years )
LLB or Bachelor of Legislative Law is an undergraduate law degree which is a prerequisite for anyone who wants to enter the field of judiciary and law. The course is of 3 years, which helps to develop skills like problem-solving, communication and judgment.
LLB course syllabus includes subjects such as Criminal Law, Family Law, International Law, etc. Apart from theory studies, seminars, moot court sessions, and internships are also a major part of the course curriculum. Hence, LLB subjects are very interactive and interesting.
Eligibility Criteria for LL.B Course
The minimum eligibility to pursue LLB is to have a graduation degree and qualify the merit of basis. However, for pursuing a simple LLB course, you need to have completed your graduation from a recognized college. There is no age limit to pursue LLB courses in India.
The Bachelor of Arts - Bachelor of Legislative Law (BA LLB) course is an integrated law degree that the law aspirants can pursue right after qualifying their Class 12th examinations. The law degree is an integration of Arts and Law subjects and is of five-year duration. Therefore, as part of the BA LLB course, the candidates study subjects including Economics, History, Political Science, Sociology along with law subjects like Civil Law, Criminal Law, Labor Law, Tax Law, Administrative Law, Corporate Law, Patent Law etc. The course-curriculum of BA LLB degree is such that law, as well as, the arts subjects, is included in each semester. Moreover, candidates are taught about law case studies, moot courts, law internships, seminars and interactions with retired judges from High courts and the Supreme Court of India
BA LLB Eligibility Criteria
Educational qualification - For the study of BA LLB, the candidate must have completed the Class 12 from a recognized board.
Some colleges specify the minimum standard for admissions to BA LLB course, as per which, the candidate should have secured at least 45% marks in Class 12 examination.