LLB

LLB, also known as Bachelor of Legislative Law, is an undergraduate law programme of 3-year duration that can be pursued after graduation.

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Eligibility

The eligibility criteria for LLB course is that one should have B.A/ B.Sc/ B.Com degree with minimum 40% marks in aggregate for general category and 35% in aggregate for SC/ST students.

Marks

minimum 40 % aggregate in graduation.

Duration

LLB, also known as Bachelor of Legislative Law, is an undergraduate law programme of 3-year duration that can be pursued after graduation. 


Why choose LLB

There is not one but innumerable reasons to prove the fact why should one pursue LLB course. Below mentioned are a few of them for your reference,

 Multitudes of Career Options: Law graduates are sought after individuals in a variety of industries, including media and law, academia, trade and industry, social work, politics, and more. You will discover that studying law can take you wherever you choose to go. Courses on Energy Law can be found here.

Financial Stability: Obtaining a legal degree does not guarantee instant success or a significant sum of money, but it comes close. When compared to others who do not have a professional qualification, you will have more work stability and a greater wage. Courses in Air and Space Law can be found here.

Master Critical Thinking, Strong Reasoning and Analytical Skills: Students can use their legal knowledge and skills to analyse both sides of difficult circumstances or problems and come up with the best answer based on strong reasoning and critical thinking.

Respect and Prestige: Many law graduates succeed in a variety of fields, and others go on to become highly regarded international leaders.

LLB Subjects

LLB course subjects can be divided into core and elective subjects. Students can choose from the elective LLB subject list based on their personal interests, career scopes, or future education goals. Core subjects are subjects that are considered to be essential for the learning of the students and therefore, tend to be the same in all colleges irrespective of the specialization.

 

LLB Core Subjects:

·        Labour Laws

·        Administrative Law

·        Jurisprudence

·        Taxation Law

·      Law of Evidence 

·        Family Law

·        Law of Contract


LLB Elective Subjects:

·        Women and Law

·        Comparative Laws

·        Conflict of Laws

·        Trust and Equity

·        Election Law

·        Law and Media

·        Healthcare Law

Who should do LLB

  •  Students who wish to pursue a career in law can choose LLB, LLB is just the stepping stone for this career. 

 Law promises a high profile job if you complete LLB, if you do LLM then the status would gradually increase. 

 Candidates need a lot of knowledge, patience and other rational qualities to proficiently do their job in law.


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Admission Process 

  • We helps you to get direct admission in LLB course, No Entrance Exam, No Merit List – it will be a direct admission if you choose Om Sai Krishna Polytechnic.

 Duration

LLB, also known as Bachelor of Legislative Law, is an undergraduate law programme of 3-year duration that can be pursued after graduation. 

 Eligibility

The eligibility criteria for LLB course is that one should have B.A/ B.Sc/ B.Com degree with minimum 40% marks in aggregate for general category and 35% in aggregate for SC/ST students.

 Time of exams

Exams usually take place in the month of June & admit cards can be downloaded a few weeks before the exams. The results are declared in the month of September every academic year.

Documents Required

Here is the list of all the mandatory documents required to submit/ upload while taking admission to LLB Course:

  • Here is the list of all the mandatory documents required to submit/ upload while taking admission to LLB Course:
  •  Higher Secondary Certificate (Class 10th) and Senior Secondary School Certificate (Class 12th)
  •  Identify Proof (Aadhar Card– Xerox copy)
  •  Original migration certificate
    •  6 colour photographs of the candidate.