Graduates of this course are known as “lawyers” and must do so before entering judicial activity and practice.
LLB, otherwise called Bachelor of Legislative Law, is an undergrad law program of 3-year or 5-year term that can be pursued after graduation and 10+2 respectively.
The Bachelor of Legislative Law is a fundamental course in law that shows students lawful techniques continued in the profession.
The course assists the students with fostering an intelligent, scientific, and basic comprehension of lawful issues. And shows him/her how to utilize these abilities for settling social, lawful issues of the general public.
This course offered by a college recognized by the Bar Association of India (BCI). Also, keep in mind that LLB degree holders must also qualify for the. All India Bar Examination (AIBE) conducted by BCI to practice as a barrister in India. Possession of an LLB degree allows one to register as a member of a bar association in India and practice as a barrister.
Eligibility for LLB
- Qualifying exam: Since 3-year LLB law course offered after graduation, candidates aspiring for a law degree must have passed graduation from a recognized institute in any discipline like BA , B.Com, B.Sc, BBA, BCA, etc.
- Minimum marks in qualifying exam: The minimum marks may vary, as some colleges demand 50%, while others require only 45%. Further, in the case of public law colleges, there is relaxation in minimum marks for reserved category candidates.
- Age limit: There is no upper age limit for the course
- Other cases: Such candidates who are appearing in the final year/semester exam of their graduation course may also apply for the law degree. But they need to meet the other eligibility requirements postulated by the college which the candidate is seeking admission to.