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is b.s.c llb course available in andhra university

Priyaanka Sarkar Student Expert 17th Oct, 2019

Dear Darshit, Andhra University doesn't have B.Sc LLB. It has 5 years LLB in Self finance and 3 years LLB as the law courses offered in undergraduate programmes. You can check the list of courses that AU offers at: https://andhrauniversity.edu.in/college/college-of-law/law-courses . Infact, there are 14 Government and 22 Private law colleges in AP but none of them offer B.Sc LLB. You can check the complete list of Law Colleges in AP at our page: https://law.careers360.com/colleges/list-of-government-law-colleges-in-andhra-pradesh?ownership=Private

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syllabus for M.A. English bangalore university

Vishwaksen Gouda Student Expert 17th Oct, 2019

Hello Rushikesh,

The M.A English syllabus in the Bangalore University can be found clearly in the official website of Bangalore University

Here is the syllabus

1.british literacy

2.literacy criticism

3.gender studies

4.world/indian literature

5.european classics

This is syllabus but clearly you can find PDF file in official website

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is there any medical courses without entrance exam

Priyaanka Sarkar Student Expert 17th Oct, 2019

Dear Kavyanjali, the main stream medical courses in India are MBBS, BDS, Ayush and Veterinary Courses. And NEET is the entrance examination for admission in any of these courses. In some States even admissions in Physiotherapy and Occupational therapy are conducted through NEET scores. Now theses are Para medical courses. But if we are strictly speaking about Medical courses where you can be called a Doctor, NEET is mandatory and there is no exception to that fact. Your State might have Pharmacy entrance examinations too.

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define focal length of a spherical mirror find out the relation between u,v,and f for spherical mirror

Vishwaksen Gouda Student Expert 17th Oct, 2019

Hello shubash,

The focal length is the length between the pole and focal point(f). Coming to the spherical mirror focal length is the half the it's radius of curvature.

Here focal length is f= r/2 . And the spherical mirror is used in the wide range of applications

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