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16th December 2012, 09:14 PM
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How to do LLB course through correspondence


I am Aman +2 Pass I want to LLB Course Correspondnce




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17th December 2012, 08:37 AM
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LLB is not offered through correspondence, therefore if you want to become lawyer, start considering law course through regular mode. While there are law courses that are offered through correspondence, they are not accepted by the Bar Council of India.

Therefore what you really need to do is apply for the integrated law course since you have completed 12th standard. The integrated law course is same as LLB in terms of merit. The only difference is that while LLB is 3 years long, the duration of integrated law course like BA LLB is 5 years.

This is because while LLB can only be pursued after completing graduation. Integrated courses like BA LLB include course of bachelor degree. Thus in five years you complete a bachelor degree as well LLB. On the other hand, first doing graduation and then LLB will take 6 years.

Therefore you should apply for the BA LLB or any other integrated law course. You can appear for the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) which is conducted for candidates having completed 12th standard. It is important that you have completed 12th to apply for it. At the time of applying, you will have to submit all the documents verfiying that you actually have completed 12th.


Eligibility

1. You must have completed 12th in any stream.

2. Minimum of 50 percent marks are required.

3. SC/ST candidates require 45 percent marks.

4. The age limit is 20 years to apply.

5. SC/ST candidates get 2 years relaxation.

6. You must have completed 12th to apply.
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17th December 2012, 02:01 PM
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I am Aman +2 Pass I want to LLB Course Correspondnce
Dear,

LLB is bachelor of laws. In this you will study all about Indian laws and Indian Panel Code. LLB qualification is needed to practice as lawyer in civil courts.

Correspondence course is for those candidates who wants to complete their studies while working or are unable to attend the regular classes because of certain conditions.

It is a 3 year degree program and you need to have completed your graduation before it. Thus after your 12th you can go for B.A , B.Com or any other graduation course according to your interest and then your can apply to LLB course either distance or regular mode.

However the best universities that provides LLB course through distance mode are:
1. Annamalai University
2. University of Jammu
3. Kakatitya University
4. School of Open Learning
5. Continuing Education
6. University of Kashmir
7. Madhurai Kamraj University
8. Pondicherry University

Best of luck!
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29th May 2013, 01:53 PM
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Hello sir, i m CA-IPCC and b.com 1st year student..
I want to do llb with my CA course..
So how can i do dis??
Plz suggest me asap... :)
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11th June 2013, 11:09 AM
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Hello...
Ri8 now i'm doin CA-IPCC and i hav completed my graduation...plz suggest me can i do llb???
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I am arun 2 Pass in 1987, I want to LLB Course Correspondnce ,plz suggest me
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7th July 2013, 04:42 PM
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I have completed my BSL degree from ILS law College Pune but unable to complete my LLB degree because of two subjects of 5th BSL. Can I take admission to 3 years law course on the basis of this BSL degree of mine. And if at all permitted for this 3 years law course will i get SANAD to practice.
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hi...

i am 29years ,i had done PGDA -Finance & Marketing and having almost 5years work experience i want to do LLB through correspondence is it possible.if yes please tell me the whole procedure including fee structure.
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Anu
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12th September 2013, 12:04 PM
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Hi,

There is no procedure to do LLB through correspondence. This is because LLB is not offered through distance education or correspondence. It has been barred from offering by the Bar Council of India.

There are however some Law degrees that are offered through correspondence. But unfortunately Bar Council of India has refused to recognize them. Therefore pursuing such degrees is completely useless.

You can not practice in any Indian court through such degree. Neither you will find any government job with such degree. It is better to apply for the LLB through regular mode. There are some universities that offer LLB course.


Eligibility

1. You should have graduation degree.

2. At least 45 percent marks in graduation.

3. SC/ST need 40 percent marks in graduation.

4. The maximum age limit is 30 years.

5. The age limit is relaxed by 5 years for OBC.

6. Criteria for OBC is same as General.

All the best......................
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12th September 2013, 03:08 PM
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Hi friend...........



Bachelor degree Course is the Basic Qualification to apply for LLB Course .

**The Minimum Percentage of marks is differ from College to College .

**Every LLB Institution requires Minimum 50% Percentage of marks . So, If you score more than 50% Percentage of marks than definitely you may get admission for LLB Course .

LLB Course Eligibility :

B.A LLB :This is a five years course & the students can pursue this course after 12th stands

LLB :This is a three years course , it can do after Graduates

LLM :This is a postgraduate course in Law . it is two years course , Students can pursue this course after completing BA LLB or LLB in addition to LLB

Exam Pattern :


Exam consists of objective type paper
Reasoning
General Awareness
Legal Aptitude
Numerical Aptitude
Political Science

Law Colleges :

**NLSIU , Bangalore

**Symbiosis Law School , Pune

**National Law Institute University , Bhopal

**Law College , Pune

**Govt Law College , Mumbai

**Army Institute of Law , Mohali

**National Law University , Delhi

**Amity of Law School , Delhi

**Gujarat National Law University , Gandhinagar


All the best...........
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24th September 2013, 04:53 AM
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l have complete llb part1 in national university .gajipur.but at the my final year examine for admition time over than now any scope in form filup final year Bangladesh any institute
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8th October 2013, 12:25 PM
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Sir,

I am a Central Government Servant aged 55 years. I am MSc. in Statistics. I want to do LLB through correspondence/online. Please suggest me the best option.
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21st November 2013, 09:03 PM
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Sir i am constable in crpf and 33 year old graduate from punjab univirsty with 52 per i want to do law
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10th December 2013, 11:42 AM
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sir i am a teacher and i want to apply pcdj.for it i should have llb degree and i have not thay.so please suggest me how can i get that with my government job.
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16th December 2013, 07:00 PM
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Madam/ Sir please provides the address and phone numbers of the Open University Centres at Surat or nearby area for the engineering graduate candidate to do correspondence course in law.
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3rd July 2014, 08:00 PM
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My age 41 now i completed my graduation in 1997, can i elgible to doa LLB, if yes which college you offer...
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24th July 2014, 09:41 AM
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M a 2nd year b.com hons student. N m doing my b.com from distance learning of patna university..
So after my graduation will i be eligible to do llb 3year programme from any recognised institute??
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What is the max age to obtain sanad if I will take admission in LLB at the age of 39 years thn whether BCI wi issue me sanad or not?
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