LLB

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What is LL. B.?

 

LL. B. generally stands for Legum Baccalaureus which is also known as Bachelor of Legislative Law. Bachelor of Legislative Law i.e. LL. B. is an undergraduate program of 3 years of duration offered to aspirants willing to pursue their career in the field of Law and Judiciary. The main objective of the program is to help students grow skills such as problem-solving techniques, ability to communicate, and judgement. There are various renowned law colleges offering several law programs at the undergraduate and postgraduate level. One of the most important factors considered here is the colleges offering law program must be regulated and closely supervised by the Bar Council of India (BCI).

 

India has more than 1200 law colleges recognized by the Bar Council of India (BCI). These colleges offer law program at the undergraduate as well as postgraduate level. Various top national universities such as Delhi University (DU), Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Symbiosis Law School, and many more.

 

LL. B. Eligibility

 

The basic eligibility for admission to the LL. B. program is to possess a graduation degree in any field from a recognized university. Since there are various law programs such as LL. B., BA LL. B., B. Com LL. B., BBA LL. B. and LLM, the eligibility criteria for admission to each program vary from one another. BA LL. B., B. Com LL. B., and BBA LL. B. programs are the integrated ones.

 

Below mentioned are the eligibility criteria for admission to LL. B. program as defined by the Bar Council of India (BCI):

 

  • Candidates seeking admission must possess a bachelor's degree in any field of at least 3 years from a recognized university.
     
  • There are some colleges that accept a minimum percentage in graduation. In order to get admission, candidates must fulfil the requirement defined by the colleges.
     
  • Candidates must have secured at least 45% to 55% marks in aggregate in graduation while the minimum marks for students belonging to reserved categories ranges from 35% to 45%.

 

Law Colleges

 

It has always been a matter of fact to be a part of one of the best institutions. The colleges are considered best as per their ranking. The law colleges in the country are generally ranked by various government and private ranking agencies such as NIRF, India Today, The Week, Outlook, etc. Some of the most popular law colleges include Delhi University (Faculty of Law), Symbiosis Law School, etc. but the main question is if these renowned colleges make it to the list of best ranked colleges in the country.

 

Below mentioned is the list of Top 10 Law Colleges in the country ranked by NIRF:

 

NIRF 2020 Rank

Law College

1

NLSIU Bangalore

2

NLU Delhi

3

NLU Hyderabad

4

IIT Kharagpur

5

NLU Jodhpur

6

The West Bengal National University of Judicial Sciences – NUJS Kolkata

7

GNLU Gandhinagar

8

Symbiosis Law School, Pune

9

Faculty of Law, Jamia Milia Islamia, Delhi

10

RGNUL, Patiala

 

Law Entrance Examinations

 

The admission procedure of LL. B. program is done based on candidates' performance in the entrance examinations conducted at the national or state level. Though there are some universities or law school which offer admission based on the merit and shortlist candidates according to it but most of the popular law colleges select students according to their performance in the state or national level law entrance examinations.

 

Below mentioned are some of the important exams that students can consider taking in order to secure themselves a seat in their desired law school:

 

Law Entrance Exams in India

Common Law Admission Test (CLAT)

All India Law Entrance Test (AILET)

Law School Admission Test India (LSAT)

DU LLB Entrance Exam

Allahabad University LAT Exam

Maharashtra Common Entrance Test for Law

Punjab University LLB Entrance Exam

Telangana State Law Common Entrance Test

Andhra Pradesh Law Common Entrance Test

BHU Undergraduate Entrance Test

 

Law Specializations

 

The program is offered under various specializations. This was to create a pool of options for students, seeking admission to law programs, to choose from. Below given are some popular specializations offered under Law:

 

Civil Law

Criminal Law

Cyber Law

Business Law

Corporate Law

Tax law

Constitutional Law

Labor and Employment Law

Real Estate Law

Competition Law

Media Law

Banking Law

Intellectual Property Law

Environmental law

International law

Mergers and Acquisition Law

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Above 45 % Marks

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