What to know about part time law in India


The main motive behind turning on to a part time course in any stream is basically the convenience factor. The part time courses have now being started regarded as a usual phenomenon. For many students, who may not be in a position to opt for a full time course in Law will definitely go in for the part time courses in Law.  Nowadays, many government and private law colleges offer the part time courses in Law. The part time courses in Law are recognized by the Bar Council in India which is the highest authority. The whole course is about 4 year’s duration. The candidates can start their practice in this profession after successful completion of this course in Law.

Institutes offering part time law in India

  • Bharati Vidyapeth University
  • Chanakya National Law University
  • Cochin University
  • Delhi University
  • Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University
  • Kurushetra University
  • National law school Delhi
  • National Law School in Bangalore
  • The Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University
  • Symbiosis Society Law College Pune
  • IMS law College, Noida
  • Amity Law school

Most of the Institutes which are reputed and recognized in India do offer part time law course to the students. There is no legal restriction on the candidates for entering directly in to this profession after the completion of the courses related to Law. The individuals who have completed the courses related to Law on part time basis can directly get themselves enrolled as the advocates in any courts of law. In order to get in to this course of law, the candidates should have completed their graduation in any discipline. Many reputed and recognized universities/institutes conduct separate entrance examinations for entry in to the part time programs in this field. The candidates who score high rankings in the entrance are selected for the various programs. The fee structure of the course if taken as a part time has huge difference when compared to a full time course. There are no age specifications regarding those candidates who pursue the part time courses in Law. This helps them to opt for this course even after completing their studies or while they are employed.

Career Prospects

The career opportunities after the completion of this course are certainly high. The candidates can apply for the jobs in banking sector, public administration, Police, judiciary etc. There may be specialized positions in various companies which may be government as well as in the private sector related to Law. Regarding the fee structure for this course, it may vary from one university to another. This course is being opted by the individuals in large number as the candidates can enter in to positions in various companies in the private and public sector in the post of Law officers and all.



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2 Responses to “What to know about part time law in India”

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    I want to do a part time LLB from Delhi University, but I am residing in Gurgaon, want to attend evening classes in Gurgaon College if there is any colleg only in Gurgaon.
    Pls. provide me information on my email id I want to to take admission this year and sit in examination at least 1 semester.
    Is there any college in Gurgaon?

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    U K Jena:

    Please inform me the name, address and phone nos of the institutes in Delhi and NCR , which impart part time law courses ?