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All about LLB Degree


All about LLB Degree

Last updated: 20 Aug 2020

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What is Law?

Law is the principles and regulations established in a community by some authority and applicable to its people, whether in the form of legislation or of customer and policies recognised and enforced by judicial decision.

Law is any written or positive rule or collection of rules prescribed under the authority of the state or nation as by the people in its constitution and controlling influence of such roles. The laws are a set of rules and regulations that are prepared to maintain peace in the society by maintaining the law and order in the society.

Few lines of Bachelor of Law (LLB)

Bachelor of Law (LLB) is the 3-years law degree that is divided into 6-semesters and is offered by various universities. The LLB course is considered as prestigious and a lawyer is revered in society as he has the knowledge of laws that are very essential. The course is designed in order to allow the intrinsic understanding and comparison of the Indian Legal System.

The course trains the students on comprehensive understanding of the balance between the legislation, execution and judiciary. The course gives a detailed understanding of the Legal System of India to the students.

Eligibility for LLB

The students who have completed their Bachelor degree in any stream with 45% aggregate from the recognised university are eligible to apply for LLB course.

Admission Procedure

There are two types of admission procedures available for admission to LLB Course. The first one is merit-based and the second one is direct admission.

1. Merit Based Admission

The students interested in taking merit seats are required to appear for entrance exams such as CLAT or LSAT entrance exams. The students who qualify these entrance exams are required to undergo counselling sessions in order to get their admission in different law colleges. All the colleges have merit-seats and students who successfully qualify these entrance exams and counselling sessions are allotted merit seats. The fees for merit seats are fixed by the government.

2. Direct Admission

The students can also get admission to LLB courses by another mode called direct admission. Under this mode of admission the students are given direct admission to their desired colleges under management quota. The main advantage of this mode of admission is that the students are given special privileges, where they are not required to appear for any entrance exams and are even not required to undergo counselling sessions for getting admissions. The second advantage of this mode is that the students can choose their desired colleges and book their seats in advance even before the college starts. The students interested in direct admission can contact Galaxy Educational Services for more details.

Course Curriculum for LLB

The students of LLB will be studying the following subjects in their course duration

Sl. No. Subjects of Study
1 Labour Law
2 Family Law
3 Crime
4 Women & Law
5 Law of Tort and Consumer Protection Act
6 Constitutional Law
7 Professional Ethics
8 Law of Evidence
9 Human Rights & International Law
10 Environmental Law
11 Arbitration, Conclusion & Alternative
12 Jurisprudence
13 Practical Training-Legal Aid
14 Property Law Including the Transfer of Property Act
15 International Economics Law
16 Civil Procedure Code (CPC)
17 Interpretation of Statutes
18 Legal Writing
19 Lane Laws including ceiling and other local laws
20 Administrative Law
21 Code of Criminal Procedure
22 Company Law
23 Criminology
24 Contract Law
25 Trust Law

Career and Scope

The demand for law graduates is very much increasing. Today, law graduates are not limited to only practicing in courts, but they are hired as legal advisers by various top MNC companies. The students interested in higher studies can join the LLM course. The students who are interested in taking up research in law, can join a PhD programme and have an in-depth study of the law subject.

They can start practicing as advocates in courts, they can join as legal advisers to various companies and many more. They can even join colleges as lecturers after completing their masters. The demand for law graduates is available everywhere.

Job Roles available for LLB students

Some of the job roles available are:

  • Advocate
  • Lawyer
  • Legal Adviser
  • Sessions Judge
  • Public Prosecutor
  • Trustee
  • Attorney General
  • Oath Commissioner
  • Law Reporter
  • Legal Expert

Salary and Emoluments

The average fresh LLB graduate will be earning around 8 lakhs to 10 lakhs per annum. The professional and experienced legal experts are given salary which ranges from 15 lakhs to 25 lakhs per annum.

Top Companies hiring Law Graduates

Some of the top organizations hiring LLB graduates are:

  • Infosys
  • Wipro
  • Reliance
  • Tata Group
  • ITC Group
  • Dabour
  • Biocon
  • TCS
  • Nestel
  • Sobha Developers
  • Prestige Developers

Concluding Lines

The law degree is considered as the best professional degree after medical and engineering. The law is becoming very popular among the students these days. The last decade saw a steep increase in students joining law degrees. The law graduates are given a lot of respect in society.

Many top MNCs are hiring law graduates into their legal expert teams and are providing excellent salary packages. The students with passion towards law can join the course and earn a decent salary and also experience excellent growth in their careers.

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