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Teaching Methodologies:

  • The teaching methodologies followed by the colleges include multidisciplinary inquiry and practical appreciation of societal problems.
  • The teaching practices include didactic lectures, group discussions, case studies, Moot courts and project works. Most of the colleges in Bangalore follow cooperative teaching methodology wherein two or three well trained lecturers jointly offer a course program in the same class.
  • This promotes a multidisciplinary approach towards socio – legal issues.
  • Students and teachers are involved in interactive learning during classroom sessions. Students are also facilitated with huge volumes of study materials and reference books.
  • Classroom teaching is integrated with simulation exercises to give better understanding of the concepts to the students.
  • Students are exposed to realities of the court through extensive activities conducted by the college.
  • Each course offered by the legal colleges of Bangalore embraces a practical project work in which students are expected to involve themselves in literature survey and field investigations.
  • By the end of every project work, the students will find a considerable efficiency in the rise of their research skills, analytical abilities and communication skills.

Students seeking Law Admission may choose one among the below mentioned harmoniously developed courses that are recognized by the Bar Council of India and Government of Karnataka.

Undergraduate Courses

Law Courses in Bangalore
Course(s) Duration
BA, LLB 5 Years – Full Time
BBA, LLB 5 Years – Full Time
B.Com, LLB 5 Years – Full Time
LLB 3 Years – Full Time

Post Graduate Courses

Law Courses in Bangalore
Course(s) Duration
Master of Legislative Law (LLM) in Constitutional and Administrative Law 1 Year – Full Time
Master of Legislative Law (LLM) in Corporate and Commercial Law 1 Year – Full Time
Master of Legislative Law (LLM) in Intellectual Property and Trade Law 1 Year – Full Time

Doctoral Programs:

  • Master of Philosophy (M.Phil) in Law
  • Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) in Law

Diploma Courses

Law Courses in Bangalore
Course(s) Duration
Diploma in Taxation Law 1 Year – Full Time
Diploma in Labor Law and Labor Welfare 1 Year – Full Time
Diploma in Intellectual Property Law 1 Year – Full Time
Diploma in Arbitration, Conciliation and Alternate Dispute Resolution System 1 Year – Full Time
Diploma in International Business Laws and Corporate Laws in India 1 Year – Full Time
Diploma in Cyber Laws 1 Year – Full Time
Diploma in Human Resource Management and Labor Laws 1 Year – Full Time

Students can also choose to gain the benefit of additional certification courses offered by the Law Colleges in Bangalore that include the following:

  • Certificate course in Panchayat Law
  • Certificate course in Law and Medicine
  • Certificate course on Mediation and Negotiation
  • Certificate course on Contract Law and Management
  • Certificate course in Comparative Constitutional Law
  • Certificate course on Mergers and Acquisitions and Service Laws
  • Certificate course on general psychology

The course programs are well planned and catered to the students in sophisticated classrooms by excellent faculty team. The colleges in Bangalore are responsible leaders who can sky rocket the contribution of India in global welfare.

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  • • B.A LL.B, B.B.A LL.B, and B.Com LL.B: PUC / 10 + 2 or equivalent with 45% marks and 40% marks for SC / ST candidates only.
  • • Three Year LLB: Any degree or equivalent with 45% marks in aggregate and 40% marks for SC / ST candidates only.

Documents and Certificates Needed
For 5-Year B.A / B.B.A / B. Com LL.B and Certificate Course:

  • • SSLC / 10th grade Original Marks Card
  • • PUC I / 11th grade Original Marks Card
  • • PUC II / 12th grade Original Marks Card
  • • Transfer Certificate
  • • Migration Certificate (Only for CBSE/ ISC/ IB and Non-Karnataka Students)
  • • Aadhar Card
  • • Caste certificate and income certificate for SC/ ST/ OBC/ Cat-1 students
  • • One photocopy of all documents along with the originals

For 3-Year LL.B and PG Diploma Course:

  • • SSLC / 10th grade Original Marks Card
  • • PUC I / 11th grade Original Marks Card
  • • PUC II / 12th grade Original Marks Card
  • • Transfer Certificate
  • • Migration Certificate (Only for Non-Karnataka Students)
  • • Aadhar Card
  • • All semesters’ original marks card
  • • Provisional Degree Certificate/ Convocation Certificate
  • • Caste certificate and income certificate for SC/ ST/ OBC/ Cat-1 students
  • • One photocopy of all documents along with the originals

**Please keep in mind these criteria vary from college to college. So, for more detailed information please call us on 097432 77777

LLB is one of the most common and sought after courses offered by Indian universities having a duration of 3 years.

No.
The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is conducted by the National Law Universities (NLUs) for admissions to the 5 years integrated law programs at the NLUs. Some private universities take the CLAT score for admission as well.
However, it is not compulsory to appear for the CLAT. There are other entrance exams like the AILET, LSAT, SLAT, etc.
A few colleges do provide admissions on the basis of 12th board results. For more detailed information please call us on 097432 77777.

No.
You can get admitted in a 3 years LLB course without having to appear for an entrance exam. There are colleges that offer admission purely on the basis of merit.
However, you will need to acquire a good percentage to make the cut. Below are some colleges that offer admission through merit.

  • • Government Law College (Mumbai)
  • • Balaji Law College (Pune)
  • • ILS Law College (Pune)

These are just a few among many other colleges. In order to get a complete list of colleges providing admission on the basis of merit please call us on 097432 77777

For class 11/12 students or pass out: 5-year LLB program is better and should be preferred.
For undergraduate students of BA/BSc/BCom/ BTech /BPharma/ BDS/ MBBS programs, etc: 3-year LLB program is better and only option.
Actually, both 5-year and 3-year LLB programs are equally good in terms of all practical purposes. It all depends on the fact that how good the law school or faculty is and how an individual student makes the best use of it. CALL NOW on 097432 77777 and learn more.

LLB is considered as a highly professional course and has an amazing career prospect in India. At present there are more than 5, 00,000 advocates in India and the number is swelling with 15,000 new enrollments every year. Persons holding a law degree or other higher legal qualifications have ample employment opportunities in private as well as the public sector. It is their choice whether they opt for service or prefer to practice as a lawyer. To know more about the various opportunities you have after an LLB course in India CALL US TODAY on 097432 77777.

NLSIU is considered to be one of India's most prestigious law universities offering students undergraduate, postgraduate and research courses on legal education. Students can apply for UG & PG courses such as B.A., LL.B., LLM, and MA. NLSIU also offers advanced research-level courses like Ph.D., M.Phil. and LL.D.

  • • Admissions for UG and PG courses have been already announced by the university.
  • • Students have to give the CLAT exam (Common Law Admission Test) in order to apply for the desired course.
  • • Selection will be completely based on the marks obtained in the CLAT exam.

Apart from CLAT, NLSIU also conducts a separate entrance test, namely, Policy Aptitude Test (PAT) for MA in Public Policy & Research Entrance Test for M.Phil & Ph.D. program.
A few things to consider:

1. If you are among the top-ranked 10 students in, say, the 15th ranked law college, you are doing better than the bottom-ranked 20 students in the, say, the 1st-3rd ranked colleges.
By top and bottom-ranked students, I don't just mean with respect to the class ranks, but am talking about overall achievements.
So please don't stress over rankings too much. What you do in 5 years of law school will matter much more than what you did in 2 years of preparing for the law entrance exams.

2. Most of the newer NLUs have fared pretty badly. The argument 'give them time' has been going on for too long for comfort.
We'd advise people against joining these lower-ranked NLUs which are located in far-flung areas and instead join a good law college in Delhi, Mumbai & Bangalore.
Delhi, Mumbai & Bangalore gives you the option to do 'running internships' and be a part of tons of activities to build your contacts.

3. While you shouldn't stress over rankings too much, the 'name' of the law school does matter. Some top law firms hire only from the top 3-5 NLUs. The alumni network stays with you for life. The peer group you get in top colleges is priceless.
Again, in the long run (2-6 years), if you are smart and hard-working, you'll overcome any handicaps that a low ranked college affords you. In order to know more please CALL NOW on 097432 77777.

LLB Eligibility Criteria The minimum eligibility criteria for L.L.B. course are listed below:
  • • Successful completion of graduation in any discipline.
  • • Minimum 45% marks in graduation are required for the general category and 40% for reserved categories.
  • • There is also a criterion for minimum marks required in graduation which may vary from institute to institute.
  • • There is no age limit for taking admission in this course.
**Please keep in mind these criteria vary from college to college. So, for more detailed information please call us on 097432 77777

Purely in general terms, the hostel atmosphere is good quite better in Bangalore when compared to other metro cities.
However, here are some basic necessities required while staying in any hostel accommodation.

  • • your basic set of clothes, a few formal ones (both Indian and western)
  • • A laptop (if you have one would be quite useful to type projects and stuff)
  • • A multi-plug point.
  • • Few clean single bed sheets with pillow covers (2 would do actually) + some clean towels
  • • A single window curtain
  • • Vendors sell pillows, mattresses, and curtains on the first day right outside the campus so you can buy these things from there unless you have a need for a customized one.
  • • A basic set of cutlery plates, knife, bowl, spoon, etc) + a good lock would be handy. You can also choose to buy these things from the nearby market
  • • Table lamp and kettle are extra utilities but they are quite useful in a hostel
  • • A mosquito net is not really required even though the call letter would mention the same.
  • • Any other thing that you consider to be of basic utility otherwise most of the stuff can just be bought from around the campus market as and when the need arises.
The Bar Council Of India has withdrawn the age restriction to take admission in law courses. The students are allowed to take admissions in colleges/universities in LLB or LLM courses without any age limit.

LLB Eligibility Criteria
The minimum eligibility criteria for L.L.B. course are listed below:

  • • Successful completion of graduation in any discipline.
  • • Minimum 45% marks in graduation are required for the general category and 40% for reserved categories.
  • • There is also a criterion for minimum marks required in graduation which may vary from institute to institute.
  • • There is no age limit for taking admission in this course.

Yes.
LLB is one of the most commonly opted for law courses after 12th, and its duration is 3 years.

Integrated undergraduate degrees – B.A. LL.B., B.Sc. LL.B., BBA LLB, B.Com LL.B – 5 years
If you want to take up the integrated course, then you can get admission to the 5-year integrated program after the completion of 10+2 exams.

Here are a few opportunities you can opt for after completion of your law degree.

  • Litigation
  • Law Firms
  • National and Multinational Companies
  • Judiciary
  • Legal Advisor
  • Public Prosecutor
  • Teacher or Lecturer
  • Civil Services
  • Judge Advocate General
  • Legal Journalism

To learn about more amazing opportunities, CALL US on 097432 77777 TODAY.

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