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31st March 2011, 03:05 AM
shweta bhat
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M.Com and 3 years law after completing B.Com?


after bcom is it possible 2 pursue mcom and law (3yrs) 2 different professional degreez @ the same time???




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16th July 2011, 01:55 AM
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No you cannot pursue both the degrees at the same time being a regular student. You can pursue one through correspondence and other as a regular.

Burden will be a lot and it will be hectic but if you can manage then you should go for it.

Career prospects for law: Lawyers can find employment opportunities in public and private sector organizations.

Most Lawyers prefer to become an advocate and practice law as a profession. For that they have to enroll with the Local/State/Central Bar Council. Central/State Government jobs are also open to Lawyers. They can be appointed as Judges of various courts, as Attorney and Solicitor General, as Public Prosecutor and also in Defense, Tax and Labour departments.




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16th July 2011, 02:08 AM
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No you cannot pursue both the degrees at the same time being a regular student. You can pursue one through correspondence and other as a regular.

Most Lawyers prefer to become an advocate and practice law as a profession. For that they have to enroll with the Local/State/Central Bar Council. Central/State Government jobs are also open to Lawyers.




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16th July 2011, 02:10 AM
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after bcom is it possible 2 pursue mcom and law (3yrs) 2 different professional degreez @ the same time???
Hi Shweta, well i am also in the same condition as you are , But we can't study two different regular courses at one time. M.Com or Law its a choice you must make, But a way is there, if you study M.Com from distance education, you can get what you desire.

Feel free to ask anything- [email protected]

Best of luck. Feel free to ask if doubts remain.
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16th July 2011, 07:58 PM
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mene %u2022 Ayodhya Prasad Memorial College, Ujjani, Badaun se b.com3 year k exam diye hai par is time me mathura me hu meri friend ne mujhe bataya tha k hamara result aa gaya hai mene yaha university ki site par result dekha to baha par Roll.no. ka coloum to hai par jab bhi me aapna roll.no. 2900962 dalti hu to mujhe reslt me roll.no. not found Show hota hai plz sir help me mujhe bataye k me aapna result kis site par dek sakti hu plz mujhe aage bhi addmission bhi lena hai
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16th July 2011, 11:11 PM
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hello
look you may do degrees at the same time but you will have to do one with correspondence and other regular or both by correspondence...
make sure that you can give time to both of your courses otherwise you won't be able to do even 1 with good score
all the best
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17th July 2011, 11:20 PM
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hi dear

you can not do two degree at a time.
first you do one then another.

for this you go for mind set up.for M.COM you apply some good college
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18th July 2011, 12:13 AM
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After Bcom it is possible . but you do not do both the degree as regular student . one of these degree you have to done as a correspondence student . For law you have two options one is B.A.L not LLB and Other is LLB if you choose BAL you cannot do professional practise in Courts. But you are elgible in practise for Income tax & Sale Tax which is also related with your subjects . The Best university in law for correspondece is Jammu University . if you chhose LLB then You are eligible in all the courts as a advocate and you are able to do your M.COM as Regular student . Its your choice to handle the pressure of study and how you effectively manage your study and how you gets your study material . You have to do the work hard . You can also select the both as correspondence study . Becuse they also send the study material . As per your subject the more oppurtunity in the field of accounts . As per my opininon i prefer you to do the BAL not LLB . This degree makes you self gernated employments .



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5th August 2011, 03:23 PM
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I am in t.y.bcom and will appear in 2012.Is it possible to do m.com and law (3 year course) from same university?
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5th August 2011, 06:30 PM
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after bcom is it possible 2 pursue mcom and law (3yrs) 2 different professional degreez @ the same time???
Look if you have done bcom and you are good and have interest in management and acccounts and finance then go for M.com you would be having good options.
If you have the capability of expressing yourself, can always speak with confidence and always win even if you are not right at times, then go for law.
Nowadays everything has modernised so much that in each and every feild there is need of those people who can help them to win or to become successsful. It means speacialised people are required no matter what you have done. So there is not shortage of anything but you decide in which feild your confidence will stand and you win. Both the feilds have goods career options.
Don't go for both, this will only confuse you.
Best of Luck.
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17th October 2012, 09:31 AM
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those people are doing law are bounded to doing practice of that state where they doing law?
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1st March 2013, 01:14 PM
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how i can become a corporate lawyer? do i have to do m.com & l.l.b for that?
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6th March 2013, 04:06 PM
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I had ATKT in Bcom which I cleared in 2007 and I m a bcom graduate now..Can I get admission in 3 Yrs LLB course...I am from open category...In which college can I get admission for LLB...
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6th March 2013, 04:16 PM
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I had ATKT in Bcom which I cleared in 2007 and I m a bcom graduate now..Can I get admission in 3 Yrs LLB course...I am from open category...In which college can I get admission for LLB...
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30th June 2013, 09:38 PM
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hi dear

you can not do two degree at a time.
first you do one then another.

for this you go for mind set up.for M.COM you apply some good college
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30th June 2013, 09:42 PM
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Sir,
mene %u2022 Ayodhya Prasad Memorial College, Ujjani, Badaun se b.com3 year k exam diye hai par is time me mathura me hu meri friend ne mujhe bataya tha k hamara result aa gaya hai mene yaha university ki site par result dekha to baha par Roll.no. ka coloum to hai par jab bhi me aapna roll.no. 2900962 dalti hu to mujhe reslt me roll.no. not found Show hota hai plz sir help me mujhe bataye k me aapna result kis site par dek sakti hu plz mujhe aage bhi addmission bhi lena hai
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31st May 2014, 09:24 PM
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Hello sir,

Sir, I have completed both B.com and M.com through distance in Karnataka State Open University,is it possible to work in abroad, with Higher Studies.
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20th August 2014, 01:16 PM
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Dear sir,
I have completed my bcom with 92% and doing mcom ( corresponce / distance) and want to do LLB ( regular) from collage.
My query is that in my case , can I do both courses together at same time & at same university in the same year.Is it allowed as per law.
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Contact : 9076810185

Please suggest me.

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27th May 2017, 10:55 PM
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Can I do llb regular and ma private simultaneously from mjp University. Is there any special process for this.
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31st May 2018, 03:52 PM
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Can I do llb regular and ma private simultaneously from mjp University. Is there any special process for this.
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