After completing your LLB, you can become a legal advisor or join law firms, Private Companies, Corporate firms, or Banks. You can provide advice on various legal matters. Furthermore, your legal expertise could also be used in NGOs. These provide their clients with legal advisory services.
Eligibility – Pass with 60% aggregated marks in 10+2 or Intermediate (with English, Physics, Chemistry, and Maths )
For a candidate, who has not studied English as a subject, the condition of English may be waived off provided the candidate in his qualifying exam has studied in English medium.
Fees Details –
|Yearly Fee||40000 -/ INR|
|Semester Fee||20000 -/ INR|
|Criteria||Scholarship amount (per semester)|
|75% or above aggregate marks in 12th||25% of Programme Fee|
|60% or above aggregate marks in 12th||10% of Programme Fee|
Fee After Scholarship –
|Applicable Fee after Scholarship
|75% or above aggregate marks in 12th|| 10000
(i.e. 25% of Programme Fee)
|60% aggregate marks in 12th||4000
(i.e. 10% of Programme Fee)
Bachelor of law are in huge demand and this demand is expected to get a boost as all the countries are upgrading its infrastructure with growing economic and political influence. This outset opens a lot of opportunities for bachelor of law in numerous private sector firms and government departments. One can also pursue teaching as a profession or can set up its own engineering consultancy as well.
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