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26th September 2011, 10:38 AM
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Which college to prefer to pursue correspondence law course of bachelor level?


dear sir/ madam, my mother is interested in doing a correspondence law course of the bachelor level. Can you suggest a college? Exam centre should be mumbai only. I will appreciate if you reply asap as it is urgent. Thank you




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17th February 2012, 02:32 PM
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As per my knowledge LLB in distance is not worthy if u pursue LLB through distance learning, that degree is not eligible for "legal practice in a court of law".To pursue a degree in law, one has to pass his 10+2 examination or an examination equivalent to that. There are several institution which offer the course of LLB through distance learning. And according to the Bar Council of India,it has imposed age restrictions for LLB courses. The amended rules on age limit is as follows, maximum age for admission for five years LLB course is 20 and the maximum age for the three years LLB courses is 30.

Some of the institutions is listed below.

Dr ambedkar college of law, tilak road

Jitendra chauhan college of law, vileparle west

Government Law College,Churchgate Railway Station

Kishinchand Chellaram Law College,Churchgate

Gopaldas Jhamatmal Advani Law College, Bandra West

Siddharth college of law, anand bhawan, d.n. road

New law college, senapati bapat mardg, matunga.
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Working person wanted to complete LLB three year course in that condition what about the age limit relaxation?
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I am Central Govt. Employee having aged 43 years. I intend to get admission in LLB(Regular or Distance or Correspondence). I do not required to practice in court in future. Please give me the name of law colleges so that I could got admission especially in eastern region.
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I am a central government employee in northern railway age 22 years. I am appearing for B.com final year from IGNOU and wish to pursue LLB. Please guide me which college can i pursue law from in Lucknow. Please help me.
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I am a central Govt. employee and my educational qualification is B.Sc Phy. Horns. I want to get LLB of 3 years
degree through correspondece course though Ranchi University. Please advise me.
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i am graduate in b.com degree. i wish to pursue LLB. i live in Pune so ,which collega to prefer to LLB.
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14th May 2013, 08:20 PM
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dear friend,,,,


college to prefer to pursue correspondence law course of bachelor level
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1.Jitendra chauhan college of law, vileparle west

2.Gopaldas Jhamatmal Advani Law College, Bandra West
3.New law college, senapati bapat mardg, matunga.
4.Kishinchand Chellaram Law College,Churchgate
5.Dr ambedkar college of law, tilak road
6.Gopaldas Jhamatmal Advani Law College, Bandra West
7.Siddharth college of law, anand bhawan, d.n. road
8.Government Law College,Churchgate Railway Station
9.Gopaldas Jhamatmal Advani Law College, Bandra West
10.Jitendra chauhan college of law, vileparle west
11.Siddharth college of law, anand bhawan, d.n. road
12.Dr ambedkar college of law, tilak road
13.New law college, senapati bapat mardg, matunga.
14.Gopaldas Jhamatmal Advani Law College, Bandra West
15.Government Law College,Churchgate Railway Station
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14th May 2013, 11:44 PM
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List of colleges for law through distance
National Law School of India University Bangalore, India

New law Academy Pune, India

National Law University Jodhpur, India

NALSAR University of Law Hyderabad, India

ILS Law College Pune, India

Faculty of Law of the University of Delhi Delhi/NCR, India

National Law Institute University (NLIU) Bhopal, India

Jadavpur University-Faculty of Engineering, Kolkata (JUFOE-K) Kolkata, India

Symbiosis Societys Law College Pune, India

Amity Law School (ALS) Noida - Delhi/NCR, India
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15th May 2013, 04:32 PM
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I am not sure whether your mom would be able to pursue LLB. Firstly I would like to know if your mother is serious about pursuing law as the career. If she is then correspondence degree is worthless.

I will not advice you correspondence degree if your mother is planning to become lawyer. The simple reason is that LLB is not offered under correspondence and the course which is offered, Bar Council of India does not recognize it.

To make it simple, if your mother completes law through correspondence, she will not be able to enroll with Bar Council and therefore it will be impossible to practice as lawyer for her.

The problem she will face with regular degree is the age limit. I am not sure whether she will be able to apply since the age limit is 30 years for the course. If you has crossed this age limit then there is no way to do LLB.

In that case the correspondence is only option but I have already mentioned the disadvantage of the course. Unless she want to pursue Law just for fun, there is no reason to pursue it through correspondence.

In the end, your mother may have to consider some other option. She can pursue post graduation and then apply for NET since there is no upper age limit to become lecturer.


LLB Eligibility

1. Your mother should have graduation degree.

2. Must have secured 45-50 percent marks in graduation.

3. There is 5 percent relaxation for SC/ST.

4. The upper age limit is 30 years.

5. Five years relaxation for SC/ST.
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16th May 2013, 12:02 AM
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HI,

Some college to prefer to pursue correspondence law course of bachelor level--------

Dr ambedkar college of law, tilak road

Jitendra chauhan college of law, vileparle west

Government Law College,Churchgate Railway Station

Kishinchand Chellaram Law College,Churchgate

Gopaldas Jhamatmal Advani Law College, Bandra West

Siddharth college of law, anand bhawan, d.n. road


Wish you good luck................
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can an employee with five years experience and with sslc get a degree through correspondannce in two years
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