How does it feel to wear a Black Coat with a White shirt and fight for justice? Did you ever want to be a lawyer looking at the court scene on TV? LLB commonly known as Bachelor of Law is a prospective career choice. It is a 3-year full-time course that makes you eligible to argue in the court. If one will pursue part-time or through distance education then one is not eligible to argue in the court. Here are some facts and information for prospective Law students. 

SCOPE

  • Many of the students in our country choose to be a part of the judiciary system. They pursue LLB after graduation as it is one of the prospective fields for having a bright career.

  • One can have a worthy income either in the Government sector or by practicing privately.

  • One will gain immense respect in the society and this profession gives you stability. Although with time, there is an increase in income and personal growth.

  • Some of the people work for the betterment of society by spreading legal awareness because it gives them satisfaction.

  • One may have to practice as an assistant in the beginning but with time private practice can lead to better income.

ELIGIBILITY

If you want to pursue a degree of Law then you should keep an eye on its eligibility criteria. Though there is no age limit to pursue Law, there are certain factors to be considered before seeking admission.

  • If you want to pursue Law after 12th then you should secure at least 45% and get ready for the entrance exam. You must prepare thoroughly for the entrance exam to get admission in Law. It’s a 5-year course after 12th.

  • Law can be pursued after graduation from any stream. One will have to give an entrance exam to get admission in LLB which is a 3-year course.

ENTRANCE EXAM & ADMISSION

It is advisable to prepare for the entrance exam well in advance because they are not very easy. There are usually 3 sections for the examination and if prepared section-wise then it’s a bit easy. The three parts of the paper are:

  1. English, Comprehension, General Knowledge and Current Affairs

  2. Math

  3. Legal Aptitude and Logical Reasoning

Mocks tests are conducted hence it is better to be prepared or the same.

To seek admission for the year 2020 in LLB, here’s the list of exams that you need to know

Exam Name

Application Period

Exam Date

Exam Mode

TS LAWCET 2020

March-15 to April 15, 2020

May 27, 2020

Offline

AP LAWCET 2020

3rd week of March – 3rd Week of April 2020

May 8, 2020

Computer-based

MHT CET 2020

Jan 7 – Feb 29, 2020

April 13 – 18, 2020

April 20 – 23, 2020

Online

SET SLAT 2020

Until 14th April 2020

May 3, 2020

Offline and Online

DU LLB Entrance Exam

March 2 – March 31, 2020

June 2- June 9, 2020

Computer-based

If you want a potential career, then you will have to work accordingly. You must keep track of these dates so that you don’t miss any of them. You should be well prepared for the exams so that you can get through easily. Studying Law requires a lot of effort but then if you look in the longer terms then it is all worth it. 

 


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