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31st May 2011, 02:56 PM
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Which are the recognized LLB correspondence courses in India?


I would like to get info regarding recognized LLB correspondence course in India.
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16th September 2011, 12:15 AM
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There are so many Institutes for Law study.
1;ILS, Pune
2:Symbiosis, Pune
3:GNLU ,Gandhinagar
4:Balaji Law College, Pune
5:Bharati Vidyapeeth University, Pune

Besides Mumbai,there are o many institutions all over India

1:KIIT Law school, Bhubaneshwar
2:MATS Law School, Raipur
3:NALSAR ,Hyderabad
4:NLSIU, Bangalore
5:School of Law, Christ University (SLCU), Bangalore
6:NUALS ,Cochin
7:ULC, Bangalore
8:BILS, Bangalore
9:Kerala Law Academy, Thiruvananthapuram
10:TN Dr. Ambedkar School of Excellence, Chennai
11:NUJS ,Kolkata
12:HNLU ,Raipur


For any further details visit:http://www.lawentrance.com/

for more about the LLB admission visit:http://www.lawentrance.com
there is a list of top LLB colleges which provides 3 years LLB course :-

[B]Government Law College , Mumbai

ABMSP’s Yashwantrao Chavan Law College

National Law University, Delhi

K. A. Pandhi English Medium Law College

KLE Society’s Law College, Bangalore

RE Society’s Shriman Bhagojisheth Keer Law College

Institute of Law and Forensic Science

Bharati Vidyapeeth’s New Law College, Pune

Devanshu Samaj Kalyan Sewa Vidhi Mahavidyalaya

Prayag Citizen Law College
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30th March 2012, 08:13 PM
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i completed my graduation and i m b. com student but i have very less % in last year which is not saficient to take admission in law collage but i want to do llb plz... help me out
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i want to that can one pursue correspondence law or not and if yes then please suggest some good universities offering correspondence law....
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i have completed my graduation from B.A. psychology with 37% am i elligible to do LL.B. AS A CORRESPONDENCE OR AS A REGULAR.
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There is no LLB corresponding/ distance in india. Those guys doing regular LLB can only practice in court which is accepted by Bar council of India. There are many law courses instead of LLB like business law, intellectual property law, cyber law etc. which are available through corresponding/ distance mode. Hope this piece of information would help you guys. Best of luck. Regards, Sumeer
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Which are the recognised LLB

correspondence courses in Chennai and Bangaluru?
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CAN I JOIN THE COURSE AFTER MATRIC?
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10th June 2013, 09:35 AM
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Default Re: Which are the recognized LLB correspondence courses in India?

Unfortunately there are no recognized correspondence LLB courses in India. As a matter of fact, the LLB course is not even offered through correspondence. The course offered is different.

Correspondence courses are not valid as far as Bar Council of India is concerned. It will not accept your degree if completed from a distance education or correspondence mode.

You will have to complete LLB through regular mode and maintain 80 percent attendance to appear for the final examination. Bar Council of India is extremely serious about implementing the attendance rules in all law colleges in the country.

The problem you will have with correspondence courses is that Bar Council will not approve them. Since Bar Council of India does not approve these courses, it is practically impossible to practice in court as lawyer having completed correspondence law degree.

It leaves the course worthless if you can't even practice as lawyer. Therefore my suggestion is that you should apply for the LLB course through regular mode. I am afraid that this is the only option in front of you.


LLB Eligibility

1. You must have under graduate degree.

2. 45/50 percent marks depending on university.

3. The criteria for SC/ST varies from 5 percent relaxation to no percentage criteria.

4. Age limit is 30 years on the maximum side.

5. There is 5 years relaxation offered for SC/ST.
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I am 32 yrs old. Can i join LLB course
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I m working as teacher. Now I m keen to pursue law. Which course is best in law.
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