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Please provide information about LLB After Graduation

Discussion in 'Top Engineering Colleges' started by hemant kumar, Oct 17, 2017.

  1. hemant kumar

    hemant kumar Member

    Three Year LLB programme is specifically for candidates who have completed graduation. There are several options for studying LLB in top rated Amity Law Schools. The admission is through an entrance test and applicants must fulfil all eligibility condition with respect to educational qualification to secure admission in the institute’s prestigious LLB program.
  2. jyoti das

    jyoti das Member


    LLB stands for Bachelor of Law which is 3 years long graduation degree for those who wish to become lawyer. LLB can only be pursued after completiong graduation. You can pursue LLB after completing graduation in any stream.

    However it should be remembered that you must pursue LLB through regular mode. A distance education degree will not be recognized by the Bar Council of India which will not let you practice in the court as lawyer.

    Now coming to your question, yes commerce graduates can apply for the LLB but if your percentage is less than 45 percent in graduation then it is not possible to puruse LLB course. You need at least 45 percent marks in graduation to apply for LLB. If you belong to SC/ST, then its still possible for you to apply, otherwise you can not apply for LLB course.

    • A graduation degree in any stream.
    • At least 45 percent marks in graduation.
    • SC/ST need 40 percent marks in graduation.
    • The age limit to pursue LLB is 30 years.
    • There is 5 years relaxation for SC/ST candidates.

    Read also here : Top Law Colleges/Universities in India

    Hope this answer will help you
    Good luck!

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