Last updated: 20 Aug 2020
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Law is a binding custom or practice of a community, a rule of conduct or action prescribed by the authorities. Law is formally recognised as binding or enforced by a controlling authority on the society by the law enforcement agencies.
BBA LLB is a 5-year integrated course that imbibed both experience and study of business administration and law. The course is divided into 10-semesters. The course curriculum involves the study of commerce, business administration along with in-depth study of law and legislature. The integrated understanding of the inter-relationship of management studies and law in their entirely than in specified areas.
The course broadens one’s area of expertise and one can work as a specialist in one field and part-time in another. Business requires legal services and if a person is proficient in both business and law, he can acquire extra perks on account of holding two posts at one time.
The students who have passed their PUC or 10+2 with commerce, social sciences, humanities and management streams with 45% aggregate in all the subjects from recognised board are eligible to apply for BBA LLB course.
The students can join the BBA LLB course by two modes of admission. The first one is merit- admission and second one is direct admission.
Let’s discuss in detail
There are some reputed colleges that conduct institution-based entrance exams for admission to BBA LLB course, such mode of admission is called merit-based admission. All the colleges merit seats and students interested in merit-seats are required to appear the institution-based entrance exam. The qualified students are allotted merit-seats. The main reason for institution- based entrance exams is to select the serious candidates from non-serious ones. The fees are also nominal for merit-seats.
The students can get admission to the course by another mode called direct admissions. Under this mode of admission, the students are given admission to their desired colleges under management quota. The main advantage of this mode of admission is that the students are not required to appear for any institution-based entrance exams for getting admission, because the students of direct admission are given special privileges. Another advantage of this mode of admission is that the students can choose their desired colleges and book their seats even before the college starts. The students interested in direct admission are required to contact Galaxy Educational Services for more details.
The students of BBA LLB will be studying the following subjects during their course duration
|Sl. No.||Subjects of Study|
|1||Consumer Protection Laws|
|3||Fundamentals of Business Organisation|
|5||Principles of Management|
|7||Law of Torts|
|8||Law of Crime Paper|
|12||Law of Evidence|
|13||Civil Procedure Code|
|17||General Agreement on Tariff & Code|
|19||Public International Law|
|21||Professional Accounting Systems|
|22||Financial & System Fraud|
|26||Macro and Micro Economics|
|27||Projects & Presentation|
|28||Services & Trade Emigration|
Candidates with BBA LLB degree have various career options such as banking management, industrial sector, legal profession and administration. The employment areas for BBA LLB students are Revenue Departments, Banks, Consultancies, Sales Tax, Law firms, etc. The students who are interested in higher studies can join the LLM course. They can join as lecturers after LLB in various law colleges.
Some of the job roles are:
The fresh BBA LLB students can easily earn around 5 lakhs to 6 lakhs per annum. The experienced and senior professionals will be earning around 6 lakhs to 8 lakhs per annum.
Some of the top organisations hiring BBA LLB students are:
The BBA LLB students are hired in MNCs as legal advisors. The demand for BBA LLB graduates is getting increased day by day. The students who have passion towards study of law and intend to work in corporate companies can join the BBA LLB course to earn a decent salary and better career growth opportunities.