LLB Full Form is a Bachelor of Legislative Law. Bachelor of Legislative Law (LLB) is the most popular career for a student and it is a very respected career because the law is a very popular career option in India for a long time.
Law helps to develop skills communication, problem-solving, and judgment and this course are 3 years. India has more than 1200 LLB colleges and these colleges include many national universities.
In India Bar Council Of India(BCI) does not permit to complete the LLB course in Distance, online, or correspondence mode. For admission in law in having top college like
- NATIONAL LAW SCHOOL OF INDIA UNIVERSITY-(NLSIU)
- BANGALORE, NALSAR UNIVERSITY OF LAW([NALSAR), HYDERABAD
- INDIAN LAW SOCIETY LAW COLLEGE([ILS), PUNE, LOVELY PROFESSIONAL UNIVERSITY-(LPU), JALANDHAR
- NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY DELHI-(NLUD), NEW DELHI
- FACULTY OF LAW JAMIA MILLIA ISLAMIA, NEW DELHI
- ARMY INSTITUTE OF LAW-(AIL), MOHALI, etc.
What are the course criteria of LLB?
LLB course duration 3-year and integrated 5-year course and course read-only semester system. Those students are enrolled in a 5-year course who completed (B.A. LL.B. or B.B.A.LL.B.) courses and to join this course students need to clear an entrance Examination such as CLAT, AILET, etc.
In India, top colleges and universities for their admission process vary on the National level law entrance exam which entrance exam conduct by these universities like, Allahabad University LAT Exam, Andhra Pradesh Law Common Entrance Test, BHU Undergraduate Entrance Test. Law School Admission Test India, DU LLB Entrance Exam, Panjab University LLB Entrance Exam and etc.
For an LLB (Bachelor of Legislative Law)these skills must be a need in a candidate.
- Intellect, confidence
- Interest in Research
- Ability to argue a topic
- Good judgment of situation or people
- Good presentation skills
- Mental and physical stamina
- convincing power
For LLB course in India, top colleges and university have a common subject that is
- Labour Law
- Law of Evidence
- Constitutional Law
- Human Rights & International Law
- Legal Aids, Property Law
- Code of Criminal Procedure
- Arbitration, Conciliation & Alternative
- Law of Torts & Consumer Protection Act
- Environmental Law, Interpretation of Statutes
Take admission in the LLB course first, of a candidate qualify in CLAT (Common Law Entrance Test) which is conduct by National Law University and the second entrance exam is LSAT (Law School Admission
Test) which is all India entrance exams and many universities consider its score for the Admission LLB course.
National Law University, While conduct entrance exam that is AILET (All India Law Entrance Test) for Admission in LLB and for University in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana conduct an Entrance Exam that is LAWCET (Law Common Entrance Test).
What is the Eligibility required?
For a three-year LLB, course candidates must have a minimum of 45% to 55% mark for General category students and SC/ST candidates must have a minimum of 35% to 45%, and a candidate must be citizens of India.
Age should be below 20 years for a General category and 22 years for an SC/ST candidate which is mention by the Bar Council Of India(BCI).
The candidate must be completed the 12th standard in any stream and achieve the 50% mark then these candidates are eligible for joining the LLB course.