For law Education, you can take admission in courses like LLB, BA LLB, BSc LLB, BBA LLB, LLM. For this you have to give entrance examinations like CLAT, IPU CET, AILET.
LAW Education after 12th: 12th board results have been announced. Now the preparation for admission in college-university is going on. Many students have decided that in which course and where to take admission, while this question still remains in front of many students. There are also some of these people who want to study law but are confused about course and college selection. To clear your confusion, we have brought answers to some of your questions. Today we talk about the profession of law.
Courses offered in LAW Education
Talking about the courses offered in the field of law, there are many specialized courses in this field ranging from bachelors, masters.
- LLB (Legum Baccalaureus popularly known as Bachelor of Law): This is a 3 years undergraduate course. In this, the law and its related procedures are taught. Admission can be taken in LLB after graduation.
- BA LLB (Bachelor of Arts- Bachelors of legislative law): It is a 5 years integrated course. In which along with law, arts are also taught. In this admission can be taken after 12th.
- BSc LLB (Bachelors of Science and Legislative Law): This is also an integrated course of 5 years. In this, science subjects such as physics, chemistry, bio and biotechnology along with law are taught and taught. This is a good option for students who have passed 12th with Bio or Maths. In this also admission can be taken after 12th.
- BCom LLB (Bachelor of Commerce and Legislative Law): This is also an integrated professional law course of 5 years duration. In this, both commerce and law subjects are taught to the students.
- BBA LLB: It is a total integrated specialized course of 5 years. It is considered a professional degree in the field of law. In this, subjects related to law are taught along with business administration.
- LLM (Masters of Law): This is a postgraduate degree in the field of law. These courses are taken by many practicing lawyers to enhance their knowledge as well as to study a specific area of law and gain international qualifications.
- PhD. in LAW: Those who have done masters in law can do PhD for more in-depth study and analytical study in this field. After PhD, you become expert in any field and you can serve as a lecturer in academic field from writing books on it.
There is tremendous scope in the field of law. For this it is not necessary that what subject you have taken after 10th. People from all streams can apply for the entrance exam for law. It is only necessary that you are passionate to make a career in this field.
How to get admission (Law education entrance examinations)
To study law, you have to crack entrance exams first. These exams are:
- CLAT (Common Law Admission Test): This is the most important and well-known exam for law. Just as IITs are considered to be premium institutes for engineering, similarly NLU ie National Law University is considered to be the best institute for law studies. At present there are 23 NLUs across the country and admission in these is available only to the students who clear the CLAT with good marks. However, apart from the National Law Universities, many top institutes of the country give admission to the law courses offered by them through CLAT only.
- IPU CET Law (IndraPrastha University Common entrance test): This is a very prestigous exam, it is conducted by Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University. Through this you can do Bachelors and Masters as well as integrated course of BBA LLB in Indraprastha University. Apart from this, a master’s degree in Cyber Law and Intelectual Property Rights is also offered here as a weekend course.
- MH C.E.T (Maharashtra Common Entrance Test): Through this exam, admission is given in top law colleges of Maharashtra like Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University (BAMU), Government Law College Mumbai.
- AP LAWCET (Andhra Pradesh Common LAW Entrance Test): Through this, admission is given in the universities of Andhra Pradesh and their law courses. It is organized every year by Sri Padmavati Mahila Vishwavidyalaya, Tirupati on behalf of Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education (APSCHE).
- AILET (All India law entrance test): This test is conducted by the National Law University, Delhi. Through this, admission is given in UG, PG and PhD law courses of NLU Delhi. It is a national level entrance exam which is conducted only for admission in law programs at NLU Delhi.
- CUET (Common University Entrance Exam): Through CUET, admission is available in many universities of the country including all central universities. Through CUET, students of different streams can take admission in the courses of their choice in colleges across the country. In which law courses are also included.
Options apart from becoming a lawyer
If you do law after 12th then you have many career options. It is obvious that from District Courts to Supreme Court there are options of Lawyers, Advocates, Barristers, Public Prosecutors, apart from this you can also go into the profession of Legal Advisor, Civil Judge, Officers, Attorney General, Criminal Profilers, Legal Expert etc. can.
It has become a matter of entrance exams and courses. Talking about the criteria, for admission in Bachelor courses, most of the colleges keep the criteria of 50 to 60 percent marks in 12th, apart from this it is necessary that you have passed the entrance test for admission with sufficient numbers. Apart from this, you can see the criteria of any college by visiting the official website of the college.
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