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    LLB (Bachelor of Legislative Law) Admissions, Eligibility, Course Syllabus, Colleges, Career Prospects 2020-21

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    LLB or Bachelor of Legislative Law is an undergraduate law degree which is a prerequisite for anyone who wants to enter the field of judiciary and law. The course is of 3 years, which helps to develop skills like  problem-solving, communication and judgment.

    There are more than 1200 colleges offering LLB  in India, which include many top national universities like Delhi University, BHU, Symbiosis Law School, etc.

    LLB course syllabus includes subjects such as Criminal Law, Family Law, International Law, etc. Apart from theory studies, seminars, moot court sessions, and internships are also a major part of the course curriculum. Hence, LLB subjects are very interactive and interesting.

    For students willing to pursue LLB right after completing their higher secondary education, they need to choose among BA LLB, BBA LLB, BCom LLB, BSc LLB, etc.. These are integrated courses and take 5 years to complete. However, graduates from any stream can get admitted to LLB for a 3 year course duration.

    LLB: Key Highlights

    • LLB is a 3 year Undergraduate course that can be pursued by students willing to make a career in the field of legal research and law.
    • The basic eligibility is to have a graduation degree from a recognized college.
    • The general method of admission to LLB courses is through entrances, but few universities like SRM University, etc also offer admission based on merit .
    • Core subjects of this course are Criminal Law, Family Law, International Law, Cyber Law, Corporate Law, etc., 
    • LLB holders are open to explore various industries like Law firms, MNCs, Government Agencies, Judicial Bodies etc.
    • The job roles offered to these candidates are  lawyer, an advocate, a paralegal, law officer, Legal Associate, Corporate Lawyer, lecturer, etc
    • The average annual salary of LLB aspirants ranges from INR 4 to 6 LPA.
    • Some of the top legal recruiters are Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co., Trilegal India, Khaitan & Co., DSK Legal, Anand & Anand, Desai & Diwanji,  Luthra and Luthra, etc

    The minimum eligibility to pursue LLB is to have a graduation degree and qualify the entrance test. Admission to LLB courses is usually offered through entrance examinations. However, few colleges like SRM University and few more provide admission to this course on the basis of merit.

    Tabulate below are the Top  LLB colleges in India according to NIRF Ranking:

    NIRF RankingName of CollegeAdmission ProcessAverage Fees (INR)Average Salary (INR)
    1National Law School of India University, BangaloreEntrance-based1,97,1256-7.5 LPA
    2National Law University, New DelhiEntrance-based1,33,0005-7 LPA
    3National Academy of Legal Studies and Research, HyderabadEntrance-based2,42,0006-7 LPA
    5The West Bengal National University Of Juridical Sciences, KolkataEntrance-based2,43,6005-8 LPA
    6National Law University, JodhpurEntrance-based2,54,0005.6-8 LPA

    Average LLB course fees ranges from INR 1 to 2 LPA. However, the fees vary  depending upon the colleges. You can study LLB in less than INR 20,000 from Faculty of Law, Delhi University and under INR 7 Lakhs from Symbiosis Law College, Pune.

    More than 3.75 lakhs students are pursuing this course to enter the respected profession of law and order. Some of the sectors offering job opportunities to LLB graduates are Law firms, MNCs, Government Agencies, Judicial Bodies etc.

    Alert:  The last date to register for CLAT 2020 has been extended till July 1 due to COVID 19 outbreak. The new dates of examinations will be notified soon.

    You can become a lawyer, an advocate, a paralegal, a law officer, lecturer, etc. after doing LLB. The average salary offered to these degree holders ranges from INR 4 to  6 LPA. However, the salary depends upon the position and the practice. 

    After successfully completing the course, you can go ahead with courses like LLM (Master of Laws), MPhil in Law, MBA in Business Law or even several Diploma, PG Diploma and Certificate courses in Law.

    LLB Admission Process

    LLB Admission Process

    LLB Admission usually takes place through entrance exams. But in rare cases, some universities offer admission on the basis of merit as well.

    • Merit-Based: Colleges like SRM University and few more generate their cut off list, and if one has scored within the asked criteria, then he or she becomes eligible to take admission in LLB course.
    • Entrance-Based: All the top LLB colleges like Delhi University, Sri Krishnadevaraya University, Symbiosis International, Osmania University, etc organise LLB entrances like TS LAWCET, AP LAWCET, SET SLAT, DU LLB, etc.

    Here are the steps to follow for the LLB admission process through entrance exams.

    Step 1- Students must register themselves by their email id, mobile number, and password after which login credentials will be created.

    Step 2- After the login credentials are generated, candidates have to fill the online application form of the entrance exam  by providing personal and academic details. 

    Step 3- In the next step students need to submit all the scanned documents like Photograph, Signature, Photo ID Proof, Class 10th and 12th Certificate, Caste Certificate, etc.

    Step 4-  The application fee needs to be paid using a Credit Card, Debit Card or Net Banking. 

    Step 5- Once all the above steps are done, save and download the form for future references. 

    Step 6- After successfully submitting the form, admit cards will be issued to the eligible candidates.

    Step 7- After the admit cards are issued the exam dates are released, one needs to sit for the exam and crack it to get admission in one of the top LLB colleges.

    Step 8-  This is the final stage, where the results of entrances given comes out followed by the process of interview and counselling.

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    LLB Eligibility

    Following are the eligibility criteria that are needed to be fulfilled by the aspirants.

    • If you want to pursue law after Class XII, then you need to go for a course like BA LLB, BSc LLB, etc. For that you should have scored at least  45% in Class XII and qualify the entrance test required for admission in LLB courses.
    • However, for pursuing simply LLB course, you need to have completed your graduation from a recognized college.
    • If you are already a graduate (any stream and any course), then you simply can pursue LLB for 3 years through qualifying the required entrance exams. 
    • There is no age limit to pursue LLB courses in India.

    LLB Entrance Exams

    There are a number of entrance exams for LLB courses which are given below:

    • CLAT 2020: Conducted by Consortium of NLUs, this exam is conducted to grant admission to students in LLB and LLM programs offered by 21 NLUs, 53 private colleges and other participating colleges in India.
    • TS LAWCET 2020: This exam is conducted by Osmania University for admission into LLB and integrated LLB courses across Telangana.
    • AP LAWCET 2020: This exam is conducted by Sri Krishnadevaraya University for admission into LLB and integrated LLB courses across Andhra Pradesh.
    • SET SLAT 2020: SET  is Symbiosis Entrance Test conducted by Symbiosis International for admissions in various UG and PG courses, including law.
    • DU LLB Entrance Exam 2020: This exam is conducted by Delhi University for admission in Dept. of Law.
    • MHT CET 2020: MHT CET 2020 is conducted by State Common Entrance Test Cell on behalf of Directorate of Technical Education for admission into various law courses including LLB across Maharashtra.

    Tabulated below are the important notifications related to LLB entrances 2020.

    Exam NameApplication PeriodExam DateExam Mode
    CLAT 2020July 1, 2020To be notifiedOnline
    TS LAWCET 2020May 31, 2020 (Extended)Third week of June 2020Offline
    AP LAWCET 2020June 15, 2020 (Extended)August 06, 2020 (Revised)Computer-Based
    MHT CET 2020February 29, 2020July 04 to 31, 2020 and August 03 to 05, 2020Online
    SET SLAT 2020May 20, 2020May 31, 2020 (Revised)Offline and Online
    DU LLB Entrance Exam(Delayed)June 2, 2020 – June 9, 2020Computer-Based

    How to prepare for LLB Entrance Exams?

    In order to get a seat in a reputed college of LLB in India, one needs to prepare for the entrance exams in advance. Here are a few tips to help you crack LLB entrances.

    • Preparation Time: It is important that you start preparing for these entrance exams at least one year in advance as they are not very easy.
    • Section-wise preparation by making a Study Plan: There are mainly three main sections in law exams: English Comprehension, General Knowledge and Current Affairs, Maths, Legal Aptitude, and Logical Reasoning. Prepare for these sections individually by making a time table, so that you can cover all the syllabus on time, and practice well before the actual exam.
    • Mock Tests: Solving Mock Tests is very important as by this you get familiar with the type of questions and the exam pattern.
    • Study Material: It is important that you have the best study material with you. Ask your fellow friends and teachers about the latest books and materials. Some of the best reference books available both online and offline are: Pradnya’s MH-CET: Law for L.L.B, Pearson’s Legal Awareness & Legal Reasoning, Self Study Guide for LLB Entrance Examination 2020 by Arihant Experts, etc. 
    • Healthy mind and body: It is important that you enjoy preparing for these entrance exams. Give time to leisure activities also. Go out and play, Go for a walk. Eat healthy. Try to sleep for 8 hours a day.

    How to get admission in a good LLB college?

    Follow the below mentioned points to get admission in a good LLB college.

    • To get admission in a good law college, you should know its requirements and eligibility.
    • Keep a track of important dates and study well for the entrance exams.
    • After giving the entrance exam, keep checking the merit list generated and enroll timely for the counselling session.
    • Follow the counseling procedure properly, and fulfill all the formalities for a smooth and hassle-free admission process. Carry the required documents with you at that time.
    LLB: What is it About?

    LLB: What is it About?

    If you want to become a lawyer, advocate, law officer, law lecturer, or enter the judiciary system, then you should pursue LLB full time only, as preferred by the Bar Council of India.

    Check the mentioned below points to know more about LLB course details.

    • LLB qualification is Bachelor of Laws. This 3 years course is pursued by students who want to enter the rewarding field of law and judicial system. This course is divided into 6 semesters and includes subjects such as Family Law, International Law, Taxation Law, Torts Law, Constitutional Law, Banking and Insurance Law, Human Rights Law, International Economic Law etc. 
    • LLB should be pursued full time only, as per  Bar Council of India. However, you can also study the course  part-time and through distance education, but you won’t be eligible to argue in the court.
    • LLB Syllabus is formulated in a manner in most of the Indian Universities comprising Seminars, Tutorial Work, Moot Courts, Practical Training Programs and Internships. Students are also given an opportunity to opt for their preferred specialization later during the course.
    • Various Law Specializations after doing LLB are Criminal Law, Civil Law, Corporate or business Law, Cyber Law, Administrative Law, Labour Law, Intellectual and Patent Law, Constitutional Law, Constitutional Law, International Law, etc.
    • Major job options after LLB are Lecturer, Law Officer, Paralegal, Junior Lawyer, Legal Advisor, etc.
    • All India Bar Examination (AIBE) is compulsory to clear to practice law in India. It occurs annually and 15th September 2020 is the tentative date for this exam. You cannot argue in court if you have not cleared this exam.

    LLB: Course Highlights

    Mentioned below are some of the major highlights of LLB course.

    Course LevelGraduation
    Full FormBachelor of Laws
    Duration3 years
    Examination TypeSemester
    Admission ProcessEntrance
    Course FeeINR 1-2 LPA
    Average SalaryINR 4 to 6 LPA
    Top Recruiting AreasLaw firms, MNCs, Government Agencies, Judicial Bodies, Banks, Litigation, etc.
    Top Law FirmsShardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co., Trilegal India, Khaitan & Co., DSK Legal, Anand & Anand, Desai & Diwanji, Luthra and Luthra, Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan, Platinum Partners
    Job OptionsAdvocate, Paralegal, private Practice, legal Administrator, Junior Lawyer, Law Lecturer, Law Officer, Law Associate, etc.
    Why pursue LLB?

    Why pursue LLB?

    To know why LLB is worth studying, have a look at the below mentioned points.

    • LLB is a prestigious and one of the most rewarding professions in India. More than 3.5 lakhs students pursue LLB every year to fulfill their dream of becoming a lawyer or enter the field of law and order by being a legal advisor, lecturer, paralegal, etc. 
    • Skills developed during LLB are hard work, good judgment of people, self-confidence, personality development, oratory skills, persuasiveness, etc.
    • There is a huge earning potential in both government and private sectors. Many reputed and senior lawyers in India get to earn more than 1 crore. 
    • Respect and stability can be earned by being a government lawyer. There are mainly three types of govt. lawyers in India: Assistant Public Prosecutor(APP), Public Prosecutor(PP) and Government Pleader(GP). Starting salary is around INR 2.5 LPA, but the pay increases with time and practice.
    • You can help people who are in need of legal assistance and spread legal awareness in the country.
    • You become eligible to contribute to the legal aspect of the country, either directly or indirectly.

    Four Reasons To Pursue LLB

    Course Comparison

    The table below shows the comparison between various LLB courses like BA LLB, BBA LLB, BCom LLB and BSc LLB.

    ParametersLLBBA LLBBBA LLB
    QualificationBachelor of Legislative LawBachelor of Arts, Bachelor of LawsBachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Laws
    OverviewBachelor of Legislative Law revolves completely around the various aspects related to legal studies and research throughout the duration of the course.Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Laws is a professional integrated law course which is suitable for students who want to study the subjects of arts, as well as want to make a career in the field of law.Bachelor of Business Administration and  Bachelor of Laws is an integrated program that focuses on subjects related to both business administration and law
    DisciplineLawArts and LawBusiness and Law
    SubjectsCriminal Law, Family Law, Legal Writing, Constitutional Law, Legal Methods, Jurisprudence, etcGeneral English, General Sociology, General Philosophy, etc. with core law subjects.General English, Managerial Accounting, Principles of Management, Business Communications etc. with core law subjects.
    Examination TypeSemesterSemesterSemester 
    Average Annual Fees INR 1-2 LPA INR 1.5-2 LPAINR 3-5 LPA
    Duration3 years5 years5 years
    Eligibility45% in the higher secondary level of education.Minimum 45% in Class XII from a recognized board10+2 with Commerce stream
    Admission ProcessEntrance ExamsEntrance Exams and Merit-BasedEntrance test/ Cut -off
    Top Colleges  Symbiosis Law School, National Law School of India University,  ILS Law College, Faculty of Law, Delhi University, etcILS Law College, Bharati Vidyapeeth New Law College, MS Ramaiah College of Law, KIIT School of Law, Lloyd Law College, etcSymbiosis Law School, Pune,  New Law College, Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University, GGSIPU - Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University,  K.L.E. Society's Law College, Bangalore, etc.
    Average Salary  INR 4-6 LPA  INR 2.5-4 LPA  INR 4.5-8 LPA
    LLB Courses_ Fees and Salary

    Source: University websites and Payscale

    LLB Colleges in India

    LLB Colleges in India

    The following list shows top law colleges offering LLB degrees in India according to India Today Ranking.

    India Today RankingName of CollegeLocationAverage Fees (INR)Average Salary (INR)
    1National Law School of India University, Bangalore1,97,1256-7.5 LPA
    2The West Bengal National University Of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata2,43,6005-8 LPA
    3Symbiosis Law SchoolPune5,00,0007-12 LPA
    4ILS Law CollegePune2,50,005-6 LPA
    5Faculty of Law, Banaras Hindu UniversityVaranasi2,2061-2 LPA
    6Faculty of Law, Delhi UniversityNew Delhi17,000- 20,0008-12 LPA
    7Bharati Vidyapeeth New Law CollegePune60,0004-12 LPA
    12Faculty of Law, Jamia Millia Islamia UniversityNew Delhi10,4003-5 LPA
    14University College of Law, Bangalore UniversityBangalore 82,0004-9 LPA
    17Lloyd Law CollegeGreater Noida3, 00,0003-12 LPA
    19CMR Law SchoolBengaluru2, 30,003-5 LPA

    LLB College Comparison

    The table below shows the comparison between the top LLB Colleges in India according to ranking, fees, salary and other factors.

    ParametersILS Law College Symbiosis Law SchoolLloyd College
    OverviewIndian Law Society’s Law School or ILS Law College is situated in Pune and veterans such as Vilasrao Deshmukh, Mohan Dharia, etc. are notable alumni of this college.Symbiosis Law School was established in 1977 under the name of Symbiosis Society. It is considered one of the best law schools in India.Lloyd College was established in 2003, and is affiliated with CCS University, Meerut. It offers LLB and BA LLB, apart from other undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
    IndiaToday Ranking4317
    LocationPunePuneGreater Noida
    Eligibility  Higher Secondary certificate with a decent percentage  from a recognized board.   Minimum 50% in Class XII from a recognized boardThe eligibility criteria is that one should have passed 10+2 with a minimum of 55% marks in aggregate
    Admission ProcessEntrance ExamsEntrance ExamsEntrance Exams
    EntranceMAHA CET 2020SLAT 2020Lloyd Entrance Test 2020
    Average FeesINR 2- 2.5  LPAINR 5-6  LPAINR 3 LPA
    Average SalaryINR 5-6 LPAINR 7-12 LPAINR 3-12 LPA
    Placement Companies and FirmsICICI, HDFC, Syska, Bajaj, Punjab National Bank, AZB & Partners, JSA Law, SAM Law Financial, etc.Wipro, L&T, ACC Cement, CIPLA, TATA AIG, TCS, Tech Mahindra, Vodafone, Wipro, HDFC Ergo, Seth Dua & Associates, AZB & Partners, Bharucha & Partners, etc.Anand and Anand, Khaitan and Co., Luthra and Luthra Law Offices, India Bulls, Vaish and Associates, etc.
    LLB College Comparison _ Fees and Salary

    Source: University websites and Payscale

    LLB Syllabus

    LLB Syllabus

    Law being a vast course, covers ample topics from several LLB subjects like Labour and Industrial Law, Law of Taxation, Administrative Law, Criminal law, Jurisprudence, etc. Aspirants need to experience several seminars, court sessions and internships throughout the duration of the course.

    Tabulated below is the yearly LLB syllabus followed commonly  by top colleges offering  LLB in India.

    Year 1Year 2Year 3
    Labor LawLaw of EvidenceCode of Criminal Procedure
    Family Law IProperty Law including the transfer of Property ActCompany Law
    CrimeArbitration, Conciliation & AlternativeCivil Procedure Code (CPC)
    Family Laws IIJurisprudenceInterpretation of Statutes
    Law of Tort & Consumer Protection ActPractical Training - Legal AidLegal Writing
    Constitutional LawHuman Rights & International LawLand Laws including ceiling and other local laws
    Professional EthicsEnvironmental LawAdministrative Law
    Women & LawInternational Economics LawPractical Training - Moot Court and Drafting

    LLB Subjects

    The table below shows few of the core LLB subjects taught during the entire course duration.

    Legal MethodsConstitutional Law
    JurisprudenceCriminal law
    Family LawCorporate Law
    Contract LawCivil Procedure Code and Limitation Act
    Labour and Industrial LawAdministrative Law and Property Law
    Law of TaxationDrafting Skills (Law of Pleadings in Civil Matters)

    Recommended LLB Books

    Following books can be considered to study LLB courses and to understand analytical LLB subjects like Concepts in Law and Economics, Taxation Law, Criminal Law, etc.

    Name of the BookAuthor
    The Politics of International Economic Relations, Routledge, London, 4th Edition, 1990Joan Edelm Spero
    Concepts in Law and Economics: A Guide for the Curious Jim Leitzel
    Constitutional Law of India, LexisNexis D.D. Basu
    An Introduction to Tort Law, 2nd ed, 2006, Oxford University Press.Tony Weir
    The Anarchical Society: A Study of Order in World Politics, Columbia University Press, New York, 1977Hedley Bull

    Read More: LLB Syllabus & Course Structure

    LLB Jobs and Career Options

    LLB Jobs and Career Options

    There are a number of prospects that law students can go for after completing their course. From becoming a lawyer or an advocate to  a paralegal, a law officer, lecturer,  and more, there are various legal roles offered to these graduates.

    With an average annual salary offered of INR 4 to 6 Lakhs, these professionals are open to work in different industries like Law firms, MNCs, Government Agencies, Judicial Bodies, Banks, Litigation, etc.

    Some of the top legal recruiters are as follows:

    • Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co.
    • Trilegal India, Khaitan & Co.
    • DSK Legal
    •  Anand & Anand
    •  Desai & Diwanji
    •  Luthra and Luthra
    • Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan
    • Platinum Partners

    Following table shows some of the common job profiles, along with the respective salary scale and description of the job role.

    Job ProfileJob DescriptionAverage Salary (INR)
    Legal CounselA Legal Counsel guides the important people of the company about different legal terms and conditions and helps to save the company from any legal damage.10 LPA
    Legal Expert AdvisorA Legal Advisor develops and presents content in a large forum geared to inform internal and external clients and consultants on unique legal issues and other regulatory developments affecting plans and programs, providing advice on strategy and design of the company.5.5 LPA
    Legal AdministratorA Legal Administrator usually helps lawyers in the documentation process and other activities related to a case or a client.6 LPA
    Corporate LawyerThey are the experts in commercial law and are responsible for ensuring that the company’s transactions comply with corporate laws and regulations.5 LPA
    Law OfficerA Law Officer is responsible to regulate all the legal aspects of the organization. Their main job is to keep the organization out of legal trouble.4.8 LPA
    Legal AssociateA legal associate is responsible to coordinate with the clients and understand their legal requirements and formulate them. They usually work under a lawyer or in some firm.4.5 LPA
    LecturerA lecturer will generate and take lessons and lectures to cover the law course syllabus in a college or a university.4 LPA
    Government LawyerA government lawyer assists the government in all the legal aspects, from formulating to applying to regulating.3 LPA
    LLB Salary Trends

    Source: Payscale 

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    LLB Scope

    LLB Scope

    Currently, there are more than 20 lakhs lawyers in India, still our legal system needs more legal advisors and experts. Therefore, many students out of interest and high scope, pursue LLB to enter the field of law and judicial system

    Apart from getting into a professional career, these graduates can also choose to study further in the same field to have a bright career in terms of both a higher pay and recognition.

    Following are some of the courses for higher studies after LLB:

    • LLM (Master of Laws): After successfully completing LLB, one can go ahead withLLMin various specializations like Criminal Law,Corporate Law, Cyber Law, Constitutional Law, Intellectual and Patent Law, Labour Law, etc. This course will help the students in having a more developing and better understanding of LLB subjects.

    Various LLM specializatons are as follows:

    LLM Criminal LawLLM Corporate Law
    LLM Cyber LawLLM Constitutional Law
    LLM Intellectual and Patent LawLLM Labour Law
    • MBA in Business Law : If not LLM, one also has the scope of studying MBA in Business Law after completing LLB. This course will help to understand the functioning of law and legal procedures in the field of business administration and management.
    • Professional Diploma and Certificate courses: There are many professional Diploma, PG Diploma and Certificate courses in Law of 6 months to 1 year, which you can pursue to enhance your legal knowledge and to have an immediate professional career in that field.

    Some of the Professional Diploma and Certificate courses are tabulated below.

    Diploma in Cyber LawDiploma in Taxation Law
    Diploma in Labour Laws and Labour WelfarePG Diploma in Human Rights Law
    Certificate Course in Human RightsCertificate Course in Intellectual Property

    After LLB, you can also find employment in government sectors, legal outsourcing, writing journals, reports, articles, etc.

    LLB FAQs

    LLB FAQs

    Ques. What is an LLB degree in Law?

    Ans. LLB is a professional law degree which is considered the basic eligibility for anyone who wants to pursue the prestigious profession of a lawyer or advocate in India. It’s full form is Bachelor of Law, and a minimum of Bachelor’s degree is required to enroll in an LLB course, therefore there are several degrees like BA LLB, BBA LLB, BCom LLB, BSc LLB and simple LLB. Former ones are of 5 years duration and LLB is simply 3 years.

    Ques. What is  LLB full form ?

    Ans. LLB full form stands for Bachelor of Legislative Law.

    Ques. What are the four types of laws?

    Ans. The four types of laws are common, civil, criminal and statute.

    Ques. How can I get admission in LLB?

    Ans. Admission to LLB in India is offered generally on the basis of various entrances exams like CLAT, AILET, etc. However, SRM University is one university offering admission to this course on the basis of merit.

    Ques. How many years does it take to complete LLB?

    Ans. It takes 3 years to complete the LLB program.

    Ques. Can I pursue LLB from IGNOU?

    Ans. No, IGNOU does not offer LLB courses in their distance education.

    Ques. What are LLB subjects?

    Ans. Main LLB subjects are Family Law, Constitutional Law, Banking and Insurance Law, Human Right Law, Private International Law, International Economic Law, Environmental Law, Election Law, etc. are some of the major subjects taught in LLB.

    Ques. What is the difference between CLAT and AILET?

    Ans. Both these exams are for law admissions in top universities in India. The basic difference between them is in the difference of exam pattern. In CLAT, aspirants need to attempt a total of 200 multiple choice questions in two hours whereas in AILET, aspirants need to attempt 150 questions in one and a half hour duration. 

    Ques. What is the update on CLAT examination 2020 due to Covid 19 outbreak?

    Ans. Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, CLAT 2020 registration window has been further extended till July 1, 2020.

    Bachelor of Laws [L.L.B.] Fee Structure in India

    3.08 K (Minimum Fee)PUBLIC COLLEGES18 L (Maximum Fee)
    1.46 L (Average Fee)
    3.87 K (Minimum Fee)PRIVATE COLLEGES18 L (Maximum Fee)
    1.42 L (Average Fee)

    Bachelor of Laws [L.L.B.] Fee Structure by State

    Uttar Pradesh

    34.23 K
    1.16 L


    1.7 L
    99.79 K

    Delhi NCR

    4.42 L
    2.27 L


    28 K
    1.37 L


    92.88 K
    1.42 L

    Madhya Pradesh

    1.03 L
    81.73 K


    1.47 L
    1.13 L

    Andhra Pradesh

    4.82 L
    1.39 L


    4.72 L
    3.9 L


    1.66 L
    2.05 L


    1.44 L
    1.47 L


    4.73 KPUBLIC COLLEGES53.37 K
    29.05 K
    1.41 L


    5.17 KPUBLIC COLLEGES43.45 K
    21.24 K
    54 K

    West Bengal

    94.81 K
    3.7 L


    1.18 L
    1.88 L


    78.59 K
    37.21 K


    66 K
    92.92 K

    Himachal Pradesh

    1.79 L
    2.27 L


    22.75 K
    6.43 L


    39 K
    1.06 L



    Mohd shameem

    Hi, my age 42. I am interested in LLB. Can I do. I had 50% mark from graduation.

    12 Mar, 2020 02:15
    Shobhna Chaturvedi

    Hi Shameem, this depends on the college/university in which you are applying because as per educational qualification, you are eligible for LLB. However, percentage criteria and upper age limit may vary as per the college.

    12 Mar, 2020 10:45
    home decore sharma

    kya sar me mcom llb dono saat me kar. Skta hu

    01 Dec, 2019 16:03
    Shobhna Chaturvedi

    Hi Sharma, no two courses can be pursued simultaneously from a single university or another university.

    02 Dec, 2019 12:39
    Beemu Birakabbi

    I am 22 year old now can I elegibal to llb

    28 Nov, 2019 09:41
    Shobhna Chaturvedi

    Hi Beemu, yes, you are eligible as candidates above 17 years of age are considered eligible and there is no upper age limit to apply for admission in LLB. However, you must satisfy the percentage criteria of the concerned college/university.

    28 Nov, 2019 10:38
    Rishiraj Paul

    I have 46.25% in graduation can I do LLB from any Recognized college.

    21 Nov, 2019 19:53
    Shobhna Chaturvedi

    Hi Rishiraj, as your score is moderate, kindly mention the college/university so that we can provide you its admission procedure and eligibility criteria for the concerned course.

    22 Nov, 2019 12:46
    Vipul Kumar

    Sir fee three year total

    27 Oct, 2019 12:44
    Shobhna Chaturvedi

    Hi Vipul, fee structure will vary as per the college/university you are applying for. Thus, kindly mention the concerned college in which you want to take admission.

    01 Nov, 2019 13:19
    Neema Gariyal

    i hve recieved 43.14% in TYBCOM. Can i get admission in LLB 3 years course in mumbai

    10 Oct, 2019 13:43
    Shobhna Chaturvedi

    Hi Neema, this depends on the college/university in which you are applying for admission as the percentage criteria varies from college to college. However, you may check the list of LLB Colleges in Mumbai from here.

    10 Oct, 2019 14:36
    avnsatya a

    Hi, one of my friend regular xth class passed. Then he did 3 years degree BA from B R Ambedkar open University, Hyderabad Can that person can do LLB 3 years and later can enroll as advocate

    16 Sep, 2019 01:14
    Shobhna Chaturvedi

    Hi Avnsatya, it totally depends on the college/university in which you are applying for admission as in some of the colleges, score in intermediate is given preference at the time of admission while others conduct an entrance exam. Generally, for admission in LLB, graduation marks are not considered.

    16 Sep, 2019 11:02
    saswati dattabanik

    As a 40 yrs old lady , can i start LLBcourse

    28 Aug, 2019 15:25
    Shobhna Chaturvedi

    Hi Saswati, this depends on the college/university in which you are applying for admission as some of the colleges have age criteria while others don't have.

    28 Aug, 2019 15:47

    Can i persue LLB via distance learning??

    16 Aug, 2019 05:32
    Shobhna Chaturvedi

    Hi, generally, LLB is offered as a regular course only. This depends on the college/university in which you are applying for admission as colleges that are recognized by BCI do not support LLB course through distance learning. However, from the colleges that are not BCI-recognized, you may pursue LLB as a correspondence course and it will held same value. 

    16 Aug, 2019 12:41
    Mriganka Mahour

    can one pursue LLB at age of 40 ?

    01 Aug, 2019 18:40

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