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What career options does one have in teaching line in schools (not colleges) if one has done B.A.LL.B Honors (5 year integrated course)? Can anybody tell me about b.ed?
To be honest with you, LLB alone cannot get you a teaching job. Even if it is an Integrated Law course, you will still need LLM or Ph.D to teach in Law Schools and atleast a B.Ed if you want to teach in Schools. Now B.Ed is a Professional course that one can pursue after Graduation to take up Teaching as a profession. You can teach in Schools after your B.Ed.
Hello Everyone I am a Final Year Student at IP University (IITM JANAKPURI) pursuing BBA. I want to know am I eligible to apply for DU-LLB entrance examination for admission in Llb at Faculty of Law, Delhi.
The eligibility criteria for DU LLB is that a candidate must have passed bachelor's degree from a recognized board or university.Candidates belonging to general category must have passed with atleast 50% aggregate, candidates belonging to OBC, PwD and CW category must have passed with atleast 45% aggregate and the candidates belonging to SC/ST must have passed with atleast 40% aggregate.There is no age limit.So you will be eligible if you fulfill the above eligibility criteria.
what is the process of taking the admission and how we can apply for the admission
To get admission in Law Centre 1, Delhi you must give DU LLB entrance exam.There are 3 participating colleges Law centre, Law Centre 1, Law centre 2. The total strength is 2658. The admission based on merit in entrance exam. To be eligible a candidate must have passed bachelor's degree/master's degree with atleast 50% aggregate. Candidates who are currently in final year are also eligible to apply. The application process will start from 2nd March, 2020. You can refer the article for details of entrance exam by clicking the link below
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