Eligibility – A Master’s degree from a recognized Indian University or any other equivalent degree to the satisfaction of the Academic Council of the University, in the relevant field, with not less than 55% marks in aggregate or 6.0 CGPA on a 10 point scale or equivalent. Or VGU Ph.D Entance Exam.
Course Duration – 3-6 years
Fees Details –
|Yearly Fee||70000 -/ INR|
|Semester Fee||35000 -/ INR|
|Criteria||Scholarship amount (per year)|
|75% or above aggregate marks in Masters||25% of Programme Fee|
|60% or above aggregate marks in Masters||10% of Programme Fee|
Fee After Scholarship –
|Applicable Fee after Scholarship
|75% or above aggregate marks in Masters|| 17500
(i.e. 25% of Programme Fee)
|60% aggregate marks in Masters||7000
(i.e. 10% of Programme Fee)
After completing PhD(Law) course candidates have many career options before them. Aspirants can either get into academic work or they can even opt to join the industry after successful completion of their PhD(Law) course. Some popular job profiles that candidates can pursue after completing their PhD(Law) course are listed below:
Judge: In this job profile one has to ensure that justice is administered and legal rights of all the involved parties are safeguarded. A Judge presides over trials/ hearings wherein they listen to the case presented by lawyers.
Oath Commissioners: Anyone who works under this job profile is authorised to verify affidavits. An Oath Commissioner is appointed by the Chief Justice and is usually (though not always) a solicitor.
Professor: Candidates can join the academic field on completion of their PhD(Law) course. As a law professor one needs to teach prospective lawyers about the nitty-gritties of the profession.
Apart from this, candidates can also pursue other Law Job Profiles after completing their PhD (Law) course from a reputed college/ university.