Last updated: 20 Aug 2020
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A law comprises a system of rules that is recognised by a particular country, society or community as regulating the actions of its members with enforceability mechanisms such as the imposition of penalties.
The B.Com LLB is a 5-year integrated course that is divided into 10 semesters. The course is the combination of the study of law and commerce. Law is a set of categorised rules and regulations under which any society or country is governed.
The students who have finished their PUC or 10+2 with commerce, social science or humanities with 45% aggregate in all subjects from recognised board are eligible to apply for B.Com LLB course.
The students can join the B.Com LLB course by two modes of admission. The first one is merit- based admission and second one is direct admission. Let’s discuss in detail
There are many reputed colleges and universities that conduct entrance exams for B.Com LLB course, such mode of admissions are called merit-based admission. The students can get admission to merit seats by qualifying the entrance exams. The main idea for institution-based entrance exams is to select the right students from the non-deserving students. The fees are also nominal for merit-based admission.
The students can also get admission to B.Com LLB by another mode called direct admission. Under this mode of admission, the students are given direct admission to 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 admission. Another advantage is that the students can choose their desired colleges and book their seats in advance even before the college starts. The interested students can contact the educational advisory centres for more details about direct admissions.
The students of B.Com LLB course will be studying the following subjects during their course duration.
|Sl. No.||Subjects of Study|
|4||Law of Contract|
|5||Women, Child and the Law|
|8||History of Courts, Logistics & Legal Profession in India|
|9||Consumer Protection Law|
|14||Law of Crimes|
|16||Interpretation of Statues|
|17||Law of Crimes|
|18||Law of Evidence|
|19||Law of Torts|
|22||Civil Procedure Code|
|25||Criminal Procedure Code|
|26||Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing|
|28||Public International Law|
|31||Human Rights & Humanitarian Law|
|32||Private International Law|
|33||Land Laws including Ceiling|
|34||Intellectual Property Rights|
|35||Arbitration, Conciliation and Alternate Dispute Resolution Systems|
|36||Banking & Financial Institutions including Negotiable Instruments|
|37||Criminology & Penology|
|39||Public Interest Lawyering, Legal Aid and Para Legal Services|
The B.Com LLB students enjoy a combined degree course and have ample job opportunities. They are hired in corporate companies, law firms, taxation firms and many more. The interested students can pursue LLM for further study. They can even join as lecturers in different law colleges after the completion after their LLM course. They can take up research in Law by doing a PhD in law after LLM.
Some of the job roles are:
The fresh B.Com LLB students will earn around 4 lakhs to 6 lakhs per annum. The experienced professionals will be earning 5 lakhs to 10 lakhs per annum.
Some of the top organisations hiring B.Com LLB students are:
The demand for B.Com LLB students is majorly available in MNC companies and corporate firms. Since they have dual degrees the job opportunities are more for them. The students with passion towards law and interested to work in corporate firms can join the B.Com LLB course and earn a decent salary with excellent career growth.