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Eligibility, scope in the law field? Which are the colleges for Law?


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i m a fy CA student n completed my gdar. in b com (P),corres.
i want to pursue law..
pls suggest me the eligibilty,scope n colleges for law




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i was complete my 12th in 2004(arts).after 12th i was married.now i m single mother.after 8yrs i want to do B.A.L.L.B.Can i do that???
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which stream is required for persuing career in law
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which is required to do law
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can i get admission in L.L.B through distance education at ranchi
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what is the difference of doing llb from a national university and from a law college of respective state???pls reply soon
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30th March 2012, 08:40 AM
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Hi,
I want to join Law degree.
My educational qualification
I am 30 yrs old have complied 10th then i directly joined BBA through distance education program.
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Hi,
I have completed my 12th and i want to take admission in law college.
please suggest me some best colleges of law.
also what kind of jobs are available after completing law?
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12th June 2012, 10:47 PM
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in amity university how much years take to complete law
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12th June 2012, 11:33 PM
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is it difficult for students of north india to settle in collleges of south in terms living conditions prevailing there
No its not difficult but it takes time in terms of cultural, language and behavoural variations.
The weather is bit dry and in summers goes around 35-40 Degrees wheres in winters its less than 10 degrees.

The food: you will get delicious, natural south indian food like idly, dosa, bara etc at economical prices but if you look for north indian/punjabi dhaba food, then you might not get the same taste.

The living conditions: the system of living is quite smooth because of good literacy rate and people are co-operative. but still , you need to pro-actively remain in touch with people from your city and the community/clubs and particiapte in festivals/ get together because many students are there like you.

There are no issues when you are inside your college, but when you are outside, local language is a problem somewhere but most of the people can speak english fluently (though they can understand hindi also).

Except the cultural and climate issue, the living condition are almost similar and south india is known for IT, literacy,discipline and co-operation.

It just takes time to settle down. do not worry !!
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12th June 2012, 11:41 PM
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what is the difference of doing llb from a national university and from a law college of respective state???pls reply soon
For getting into NLU, you have to pass an exam called CLAT (common law admission test) in which 24000 (or around ) students compete ever year.

The best ranking students get into NLSIU bangalore, NALSAR hyderabad, and other 12 participating universities.
If you go for law from law college , there is a difference.

1. The NLUs are like a brand as IIT is for engineering and IIM for management students.
2. they have the state-of-the-art faculty and thus have an edge.
3. the big firms like Amarchand mangaldas, Khaitan hire /prefer students from NLUs first.
4. the ministries give preference to NLU students.
5. they take students for international moots etc. so they give you a better exposure.


AT THE END, if you have capability, and you well in non-NLU even then your future is bright, you need not worry.
Whether in NLU or not, it depends on how good you have studied and applied in law field.
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12th June 2012, 11:49 PM
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in amity university how much years take to complete law
In amity law school (under amity univerisity),
You have:

1. graduate::
BALLB, B.com LLB, BBALLB-- each of them is Honours course of 5 years.

2. post graduate:
LLM (international trade and economic law) ,LLM (internationl environment law)-- each of them 2 years.

3. M. Phil law is 1 years course
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hw much is the scope of law in mumbai?? how many years are required to complete the entire course?? whats the pay ?
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i m in class 11 and further i wanted to study law pls suggest me some collages in delhi
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Legal education from Maharashtra:

The state of Maharashtra has a number of law colleges offering legal education at the UG and PG level. Some of the colleges offer LL. B course alone and some colleges offer B.A – LLB/B. Com – LLB/BBA-LLB as integrated courses and some colleges offer both integrated and general LLB Course. When it comes to Masters of Law course, law colleges in Maharashtra offer this course with specialization indifferent subjects.

Admission Eligibility in law colleges in Maharashtra:

When it comes to admission to LL. B course, candidates must have completed their degree course in any discipline from a recognized university and when it comes to integrated LL. B course, candidates must have completed their higher secondary in any stream of education from the state of Maharashtra. Even though, most of the seats in law colleges in the state of Maharashtra are meant for Maharashtra candidates, some percentage of seats are reserved for other state candidates as well.

List of Law colleges in Maharashtra:

A.K.K. New Law Academy, Pune

Abhinav Education Societys Law College, Pune

Abms Parishad’s Yashwantrao Chavan Law College, Pune

Advocate Datta Patil College of Law, Raigad

Advocate Ramakrishnaji Rathi Law College, Washim

Amolakchand Mahavidyalayam, Yavatmal

B.B.S.P. Mandals Sant Tukaram Law College, Latur

Balaji Law College, Pune

Bharati Vidyapeeths New Law College, Pune

Central India College of Law, Nagpur

D.E.S. Law College, Pune

D.G.B. Dayanand Evening Law College, Sholapur

Daynand Law College, Latur

Dr. Ambedkar Law College, Aurangabad

Dr. Ambedkar College of Law, Nagpur

Dr. Ambedkar College of Law, Mumbai

Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar Memorial Law College, Dhule

Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar College of Law, Bhandara

Dr. Panjabrao Deshmukh College of Law, Amravati

Dr. Ulhas Patil Law College, Jalgaon

G.H. Raisoni Law School, Nagpur

Gopaldas Jhamatmal Advani Law College, Bhandara

Govt. Law College, Mumbai

Hyderabad (Sind) National Collegiate Boards Navi Gursahani Law College, Thane

I.L.S. Law College, Pune

Ismail Saheb Mulla Law College, Satara

Jai Mahakali Shikshan Sanstha Law College, Wardha

Jitendra Chauhan College of Law, Mumbai

K.B.H. Law College, Nashi

K.C. Law College, Mumbai

K.C.S. Societys S.S. Maniyar Law College, Jalgaon

K.E. Societys Law College, Jalgaon

Karamveer Audumbar Patil Law College, Sholapur

Khasdur Shri Govindrao Adik Law College, Ahmednagar

Kishanchand Chellaram Law College, Mumbai

Lala Lajpat Rai College of Law, Mumbai

M.B. Patel Degree College of Law, Bhandara

M.P. Law College, Aurangabad

Mahatma Gandhi Missions College of Law, Mumbai

Marathwada Mitra Mandal’s Shankarrao Chavan Law College, Pune

Mukul Wasnik College of Law, Buldana
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what are nlu participating universities?
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I am waiting for result in b.a. in last year in simple b.a. but I am interested in law kya muheja law ma admission milagaya please reply me
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