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9th January 2018, 10:07 PM
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Which stream to choose in 11th to study Law in future?


Which stream should I choose whether Commerce, Science or Arts in 11th in order to become a Lawyer? I want to become a successful lawyer, so pick me relevant subjects please.





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11th January 2018, 05:12 PM
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Default Re: Which stream to choose in 11th to study Law in future?

There is no limitation on discipline of 111th, 12th, bachelor degree and other academic qualification to pursue Law course.

The eligibility to get admission in Law course is as :-

B.A LLB ( 5 years ) - 12th or equivalent with any steam.

LLB ( 3 years ) - Bachelor degree in any discipline.

You will become eligible to pursue master degree in law only after completion of bachelor degree in law.

So, you can pursue any stream in which you have interest.




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11th January 2018, 05:38 PM
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Default Re: Which stream to choose in 11th to study Law in future?

There is no limitation on discipline of 111th, 12th, bachelor degree and other academic qualification to pursue Law course.

The eligibility to get admission in Law course is as :-

B.A LLB ( 5 years ) - 12th or equivalent with any steam.

LLB ( 3 years ) - Bachelor degree in any discipline.

You will become eligible to pursue master degree in law only after completion of bachelor degree in law.

So, you can pursue any stream in which you have interest.




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11th January 2018, 07:43 PM
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Default Re: Which stream to choose in 11th to study Law in future?

First thing I would like to let you know that is that to be a lawyer you need to hold LLB ( Bachelor of Legislative law ) from a recognized university.

Further the minimum educational qualification required for pursuing a LLB degree course of five years is a Class 12th in any stream from a recognized board of education.

So as far as you are worried the selection of stream for pursuing LLB degree course for becoming a lawyer then for that you just not have to be worried as you can opt for any stream of academics as per your interest and strength.

Further for pursuing LLB course from top law universities like NLUs ( National Law Universities), DU ( Delhi University ), BHU ( Banaras Hindu University ), etc. you need to qualify their respective entrance examinations which are CLAT, DU LLB entrance test, BHU UET . Also for details regarding these examinations you can refer to their respective official links.
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11th January 2018, 10:23 PM
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Default Re: Which stream to choose in 11th to study Law in future?

Candidates from all stream are eligible for Bachelor's degree in law after 10+2.

You can apply for Common Law Admission after 12th to get admission in Bachelor of Law course. The eligibility criteria for exam:

1. You must have passed all subjects of 10+2.

2. Minimum of 45% in case of general and OBC candidates is required. It is 40% for other SC/ST candidates.

This examination is conducted by National Law University.
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12th January 2018, 12:12 AM
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Default Re: Which stream to choose in 11th to study Law in future?

If you want to become a lawyer than you can study any stream in class 11th and class 12th.

To study LAW you should appear in the CLAT exams after passing class 12th.
CLAT exam is Common LAW entrance Test.

Minimum educational qualifications to appear in the CLAT exams is 12th pass in any stream.
Minimum marks required in class 12th is 45 % for Gen and OBC candidates
Minimum marks required for SC/ST candidates is 40%.
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12th January 2018, 08:35 AM
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Default Re: Which stream to choose in 11th to study Law in future?

You can choose any stream in class 11 . In order to study B.A in LLB , you need to qualify class 12 in any stream.after that, you can study master degree in Law also.
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