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Entrance Exams for Law Aspirants

1. Integrated Law Course:

It is a 5 year long program. Integrated law course can be pursued by students who have completed Class 12. This program will give rise to one to two degrees- A Bachelor’s Degree (based on the program) and LL.B, after the completion of course. Few of the well-known integrated law programs available in India are BA LL.B, B.Com. LL.B, BSc. LL.B and BBA LL.B. Based on one’s interest, a student may opt for any of the above discussed law programs.

Duration of the course: 5 years

Eligibility criteria: Students who have cleared Class 12 or PU2 in any stream are eligible to pursue this course. Minimum marks criteria may exist in case of several institutions. Generally, minimum aggregate marks needed are about 45 to 50%. After completing the integrated law program, one can enrol with Bar Council of India and start practicing as a Lawyer.

2. LL.B. after graduation:

LL.B. is a PG course which can be pursued after completing the graduation. It is the traditional law course. If you are not interested in pursuing law directly after PU2, you may go for any 3 or 4 years graduation program, complete it and then pursue LL.B.

Duration: 3 years