Nowadays, there are number of universities and institutes which are providing this course. They are providing different facilities but make sure you choose that institute which will help you in your growth. A good institute would be which will provide placement, infrastructure, good faculty, extra curriculum etc. So whatever university you are going to choose, once go through all the above mentioned features. I can enlist some institutes for your help:
Modi Law College-Laxmangarh, Rajasthan
Lovely Professional University, Jalandhar
School of Law, Gujarat University-Ahmadabad
These are the prime names offering all these assets to their students. These universities provides extensive learning programs and exposure to the students. They also provide worthy scholarships to its students depending upon the entrance test taken of the university or board result.
Yes,After LL.b you can appear for Civil and Judicial services in your respective States. IAS Services, JAGS, services in Army, Corporate Lawyer, Legal Advisors in MNC’s and Company’s, Legal Processing outsourcing, Practice in Criminal, Civil or Income Tax as an Advocate.It will be advisable if you do your degree from a well known university and that provides prime placement opportunity, outstanding exposure and professional enhancement training.Yes, you can pursue career in law after b. Com. The general requirement for pursuing LL.B in most of the top universities is pass with 50% in graduation degree and you might have to clear some entrance test with it. (depending upon the university you choose)After the liberalization of India’s economy there is a huge demand for highly skilled lawyers who are adept in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, banking and finance, infrastructure contracts, debt restructuring, FEMA regulations, IPRs, corporate governance, private equity deals, WTO law etc. Law firms, both international as well as domestic, regularly recruit such lawyers in large numbers. Same is the case with big companies like TATA, Reliance, Infosys, Wipro, TCS, ICICI Bank, etc.After LL.b you can appear for Civil and Judicial services in your respective States. IAS Services, JAGS, services in Army, Corporate Lawyer, Legal Advisors in MNC’s and Company’s, Legal Processing outsourcing, Practice in Criminal, Civil or Income Tax as an Advocate.It will be advisable if you do your degree from a well known university and that provides prime placement opportunity, outstanding exposure and professional enhancement training.
I am enlisting some universities for your help-
Lovely Professional University- Punjab,
School of Law, Gujarat University-Ahmedabad
South Calcutta Law College - Kolkata
Unitedworld School of Law, Karnavati University-Gandhinagar
University College of Law, Bangalore University - Bangalore,
Christ University etc
Hope,this information helpful for you.Goodluck.
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Yes, you can surely apply for admission in BA LLB course if you are an arts stream student. Admission in top colleges is based on merit through entrance exam. You can apply for CLAT which is the best option for you.
Lawyers are in great demand in every organisation. Most of the companies hire lawyers for legal issues and if you are a good lawyers then you will definitely make a great career.
Mostly all the companies tend to pay thier salary once in a month.But when people tell you their salary,they tell you the total amount of money which they receive per annum.For example an employee earns 50000INR per month,he would tell that his salary is 6 lakh per annum.Hope your doubt has been clarified.Thank You.
The answer to your query is YES, and at the same time it may vary depending in various factors. Factors such as from which college you are graduating can alter it and how is your approach .
Otherwise you can start your own practise or else apply for various Indian based MNCs.
all the best!
You need to take up LLM course by appearing for exams like CLATPG, AILET PG, ILI CAT, IPUCET depending in which college you are preferring
Each college will haveits own examand need not require all exam scores.
List of all Law Exams shared for reference.
After completing your LLB course(CLAT), you become a lawyer(commercial or public). However, you are still not an advocate. To become an advocate, you will have to enroll yourself with any State Bar Council and clear the All India Bar Examination (AIBE).
for more info:https://www.learnpick.in/blog/become-a-lawyer-in-india
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