Commercial Law

Commercial Law

Degrees offered: Diploma, L.L.M, M.A., M.Phil., M.Sc., Other Bachelors, P.G.D

What is Commercial Law

Commercial Law is a business law which is applied in business activities including trade and commerce. The study of commercial law deals with the law undertaken in a business which regulates corporate contracts, rules and regulations related to manufacturing and sales of consumer goods. The course focuses on the operation of the commercial law on international and national business taking place in the country like in the case of exports and imports. Students pursuing the course are taught through internships with commercial lawyers.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Graduates in law course from a recognised University affiliated by Bar Council of India.

Scope of Commercial Law

  • Commercial Law can explore opportunities as legal officers.

  • The course has wide scope in various organisations like KPO, LPO and other law firms.

  • The scope of commercial law course widens in the field of taxation in private organisations and government organisations.

Course Fee for Commercial Law

Minimum Fees Maximum Fees
Private Government Private Government
PG
43.00 K
L.L.M in Commercial Law at MJRP Academy of Law, MJRP University, Jaipur
4.27 K
M.Com in Commercial Law at Shivaji University, Kolhapur
6.00 Lakhs
M.A. in Commercial Law at Jindal School of International Affairs, Sonipat
1.75 Lakhs
L.L.M in Commercial Law at University School of Law and Legal Studies, New Delhi
DIPLOMA
28.00 K
Diploma in Commercial Law at Sardar Patel Subharti Institute of Law, Meerut
3.48 K
Diploma in Commercial Law at Government Womens Polytechnic, Gulbarga
28.00 K
Diploma in Commercial Law at Sardar Patel Subharti Institute of Law, Meerut
9.00 K
M.Sc. in Commercial Law at Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, Tirunelveli

Questions related to Commercial Law

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best colleges for commercial law in India

SAKSHI KULSHRESHTHA 12th Jan, 2020

Kushagra, some commercial law colleges in India have been listed here:

  • Maharashtra National Law University, Mumbai
  • University School of Law and Legal Studies, New Delhi
  • National Law University, Cuttack
  • Manikchand Pahade Law College, Aurangabad
  • Kirit P Mehta School of Law, Mumbai
  • Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law University, Visakhapatnam
  • CRM University School of Legal Studies, Bangalore

For more details on the fee structure, courses, admission process, etc you can visit the given link: https://law.careers360.com/colleges/list-of-commercial-law-colleges-in-india?sort=popularity&page=1

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Commercial law up ki kis university se hota hai.

Oishik_1553142611 Student Expert 19th May, 2019

Hello Sir. Commercial Law is a business law which is applied in business activities including trade and commerce. The study of commercial law deals with the law undertaken in a business which regulates corporate contracts, rules and regulations related to manufacturing and sales of consumer goods. The course focuses on the operation of the commercial law on international and national business taking place in the country like in the case of exports and imports. Students pursuing the course are taught through internships with commercial lawyers. The universities offering this course are: 

Amity University

Shobhit University

Monad University

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Mujhe Commercial Law Up ke kaun si University/Institute se karna chahiye.

Naman Modi 25th Dec, 2018

Hello Akhil.

Below are some good and reputedlaw institutes in UP which you can choose depending upon your rank in the entrance -

1) Faculty of Law, BHU

2) RMLNLU, Lucknow

3) Shri Ram College of Law, Muzaffarpur

4) University of Lucknow

5) Amity Law School

6) Bhimrao Ambedkar Law College, Lucknow.


You can choose any of the above but RMLNLU And BHU are the best .

Thank You

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After graduate how i study law

Azim S 23rd Nov, 2018
The LLB course is for 3 years, so which you can pursue post your degree in B.A, B. Com or even B.E with a score of marks above 40%. The other option is B.A. LLB which is a 5 year integrated course, that you can pursue post your PUC or 12th Standard. BA LLB is 3 years course, where is integrated course is of 5 years.you can apply forLLB after 12th. You may either choose BALLBor BBALLBfive year integrated undergraduate program. You need to give the entrance examination for getting admission. Every college conducts their own entrance examination.

Thanks,
Azim
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I m B. E. In Civil engineering i want to do LLB pls guide me in which stream i should go and have scope with civil my engineering

mahimadogra_6929406 Student Expert 21st Nov, 2018

Hey Mitesh.

As you have already completed your Undergraduation in Engineering and now you want to pursue Law further, you should go for a 3 year LLB course from any recognised University. LLB is a general degree in Law there is no scope or requirement  of specialisation in any area of law the LLB degree itself. If you wish to specialise further you can pursue a 1 year or 2 year LLM course after that.

For admission in LLB there are separate entrance tests or admission procedures in different universities. The most sought after entrances are- DU LLb, MHCET, SLAT, PULLB, BHULLB, BVP LLb TSLAWCET etc.

Best of luck!

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