Law means rules of conduct and is enforced by the state in the administration of justice. There are many institutions in India that offer Bachelor's degree in Law.
You can opt for BA LLB course after completing your 10+2. BA LL B is an integrated double degree course that combines Bachelors’ degree course in Arts together with the Bachelors’ degree course in Law. The five-year degree programme provides a foundation in social sciences and humanities.
Eligibility for BA LLB five-year programme: -
- You should have passed 10+2 with minimum 45% marks from any recognised board.
- Admission will be based on UPES Law Studies Aptitude Test (UL-SAT)/ Board Merit/Common Law Admission Test- CLAT Merit/ Law School Admission Test- LSAT Merit followed by Group Discussion & Interview.Click here to get details on colleges offering law courses.
There are plenty of opportunities in government service and private industry. A fresh advocate begins as a junior assistant to an advocate, does file and research work, and assists his senior in the court. You can be appointed as a Judge, as an Attorney, as a Solicitor General, as Public Prosecutor and in Defense, Tax and Labour departments.
Apart from the above, law professionals are also in demand by the public sector companies, multinationals and banks.
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