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Is it possible doing LLB along with B.Com? Colleges in Goa offering LLB?


can llb be done along with Bcom ? is llb just a seperate course ? is it self study ? which colleges in goa provide llb education ?




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can llb be done along with Bcom ? is llb just a seperate course ? is it self study ? which colleges in goa provide llb education ?
Sorry that you can't do LLB along with B.Com. Only those candidates who have completed their Graduation are eligible to apply. So, you need to complete Graduation or equivalent qualification to be eligible for LLB course. The applicant must appear and qualify in the CLAT entrance in order to get LLB admission.

Bachelor of Law (LLB) is three years Professional course which is divided into six semesters. Those candidates who are interested to become Lawyer, can pursue for LLB.

1) National Academy of Legal Studies and Research University (NALSAR)
Justice City,Shameerpet, R.R. District,, Hyderabad
040-23498104/ 23498115

2) National Law School of India University(NLSIU)
Nagarbhavi, Bangalore
080-23160532/23492646

3) Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi
Chhatra Marg, University of Delhi, Delhi
011-27667483/27940296/27667483

4) The W.B. National University of Juridical Sciences(NUJS)
12 LB Block,Salt Lake, Kolkata
033-23357379

5) National Law Institute University(NLIU)
Kerwa Dam Road, Bhopal
0755-2696717




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12th June 2015, 09:32 AM
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No, it is not possible to do LLB along with B.com .LLB stands for Bachelor in Law which is a Graduate course but to do this course one has to be a graduate from other stream i.e B.com , B. Sc , BBA , B.tech .

Yes you can go for Integrated Law which is a 5 years course which can be done after +2 . but LLB is a 3 years course duration.

The list of best college offering LLB course in GOA:

Vidya Vikas Mandal's Govind Ramnath Kare

V.M.Salgaocar Colleges of law




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13th June 2015, 01:02 AM
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Default Re: Is it possible doing LLB along with B.Com? Colleges in Goa offering LLB?

You can only do LLB after the completion of your graduation in any stream from a recognized University to be eligible to apply for LLB course.

However, below I am enumerating the eligibility criteria for LLB.

Kindly have a look;

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA for LLB:

> Applicant should have completed graduation in any stream from a recognized university.

> Applicant should have scored a minimum of 55% of marks in graduation.

> For sc/st candidates it is fixed at 45%.

> Admission for LLB course is done on the basis on merit list of CLAT examination.

> CLAT stands for common Law Admission Test.

It is the entrance examination for Law course.

> Candidate should be citizen of India.

> Candidate should have qualified in 12th standard with 50% of marks any discipline from recognized university.

> Age of the candidate should not be more than 20 years and relaxation is applicable for SC/ST and OBC candidates.

Colleges for LLB in Goa:

> Vidya Vikas Mandal's Govind Ramnath Kare
Address: p.o.box.777, G.R.Kare Road, Tansor, Comba, Margao Pin: 403601
Phone: 2715510, 2732661

> V.M.Salgaocar Colleges of law
Address: Miramar, Panaji, Goa 403001
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