“Law forms the foundation of Legal Studies and Advancement in a Country. Only a person who knows the law can bring transformation to society.”
In order to pursue this subject, one has to take admission to the LLB course as the first step. This is a 3 years degree. The curriculum is designed in such a way that it trains students in such a way that they are taught in a step by step fashion, starting from the very basics. Students are provided with a conducive environment to polish their skills in this subject. They are trained through moot camps and internships. This not only helps them gain academic exposure but also provides them with practical experience.
LLB Admissions Overview
LLB Admission 2020 has started. Students will be shortlisted on the basis of various parameters.
The first important criterion is to abide by the eligibility guidelines which are laid by the respective colleges and universities. In order to take admission in LLB course, one must hold a graduation degree. Every college shares its own minimum marks criteria. One has to fulfil this condition in order to take the next step.
List of National Law Test
Maximum numbers of prominent law institute base their admission process on one’s performance in National Law Tests. The list is major law examinations in India is described below:-
a. Common Law Admission Test (CLAT 2020)
b. LAW School Admission Test (LSAT)
c. All India Law Entrance Test (AILET)
d. TS LAWCET
Career Prospects After Completing 3 Year LLB Course
There are wide-ranging options for the students to pursue after accomplishing their 2 year LLB course. Some important career prospects are described below:-
1. Advocate- Students can take the Bar Council of India, examination, and become a certified advocate.
2. Lawyer- After undergoing rigorous practical training/internship under experienced professionals, students can take up this job opportunity as their career options. Lawyers are required in both public as well as private areas. LLB course provides enough exposure through moot camps and court practice so that students can confidently undertake this job without any hassle.
3. Legal Advisor- LLB professionals can also extend their services as legal advisors and consultants. They provide practical solutions in legal issues for various organizations and individuals.
4. Lecturer- This is yet again an important career option for the LLB graduates. They can take up the job teaching as a lecturer. They get the chance to impart legal training to the future aspirants in colleges and universities.
5. Higher Studies- LLB graduates can also apply for higher studies, i.e, LLM. Each university shares its own selection process. Students are assessed based on their academic as well as practical skills.
6. Judiciary- Students aspiring to become judge will have to appear for the judiciary examinations well. For that, they will have to secure a certain percentage of marks to be able to sit for the test.
7. Special Officer Law- After completing LLB course students can take up this career opportunity as well. For that, they will have to IBPS (Institute of Banking Personnel Selection) examination for the same. This opportunity helps them in providing advocacy services to the legal segments of the bank.
A Bachelors in law course truly provides a firm grounding to its students so that they can be changemakers and value creative professional in whichever area they opt to work.