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6th October 2012, 12:53 AM
tarun.maity
 
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Am I eligible to pursue Law through distance mode? I am pursuing PG in Human Right Course from IIHR in Delhi through distance mode


Hi Sir,
I am pursuing PG in Human Rights course from IIHR in Delhi through distance mode.Am I eligible to pursue law through distance mode? Is distance law course valid for practicing law in court?

Thanks & Regards

Tarun Maity




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1st December 2012, 10:25 PM
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Default Re: Am I eligible to pursue Law through distance mode? I am pursuing PG in Human Right Course from IIHR in Delhi through distance mode

who is better course Human right or LLB
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2nd December 2012, 10:27 AM
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Default Re: Am I eligible to pursue Law through distance mode? I am pursuing PG in Human Right Course from IIHR in Delhi through distance mode

Law degree through distance education will not allow you to practice in court. You can work as legal advisor for any firm but will never be allowed to step in a court as lawyer. This is the major con of the law degree through distance education.

The Bar Council of India does not recognize any distance education degree. Since BCI does not recognize it, you won't be able to practice in the court. If you really want to practice in court then LLB, 3 years course through regular mode is your only option.

I can understand that since you are doing course on Human Rights, it makes sense to become laywer as well. This way you will be able to represent victims in court as well. But that is only possible if you have LLB degree. With distance education degree, you can help out people by guiding them about the law but can't represent them in the court.

So now the choice is truly yours. Below is the criteria required to apply for llb course.


Eligibility LLB

1. A graduation degree in any discipline.

2. 45 percent marks in graduation.

3. SC/ST need 40 percent marks.

4. The age limit to apply is 30 years.

5. There is 5 years relaxation for SC/ST candidates.
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28th September 2014, 07:08 PM
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Default Re: Am I eligible to pursue Law through distance mode? I am pursuing PG in Human Right Course from IIHR in Delhi through distance mode

Sir ,
Please can I know weather diploma will be considered as an degree to be eligible for persuing law??
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