LLB Course Eligibility:

The basic Bachelor of Law [LLB] course eligibility criteria for candidates is that they should have completed graduation from any stream i.e should hold a bachelor’s degree with at least 45% marks in aggregate from a recognized institute or university. There is a 5% relaxation in the aggregate marks for the candidates who belong from SC/ST/OBC/PWD categories. There is no age bar to appear in PU LLB.

Some Universities demand a minimum criterion of 50-55% before securing admission. Admissions are granted either on the basis of marks in qualifying degree or through some entrance test like CLAT.

LLB Course Admission:

Bachelor of Laws [LLB] course duration after 12th is 3 years with under-graduation. Admission to the BA LLB course requires a Bachelor's Degree from all aspirants. Each college requires a minimum cut-off. Candidates who fulfill these criteria are eligible to apply. Preference is given to those candidates with a higher score.

Universities conduct entrance exams and selection is based on an aggregate and entrance exam. Candidates have to purchase the forms from the college office or download it online if available. Go through the instructions meticulously and then fill the form. It is necessary to remember or note the application form number. Candidates have to make sure they have the following documents with them during the LLB Admission process.

  1. Passport size photograph according to the requirement of the college
  2. Education qualification i.e 10th and 12th board certificates
  3. School Leaving Certificate
  4. Extra-curriculum Certificates
  5. Domicile Certificate
  6. Candidates with Certificate of Caste i.e. SC/ST can apply. Even those from the OBC category can apply.
  7. Physical Disability certificate, if any, should be authorized by the Medical Officer.

LLB Specializations:

A graduate in LLB is offered a list of specializations which he or she may choose to pursue:

  1. Civil Law
  2. Tax Law
  3. Criminal Law
  4. International Law
  5. Corporate Law
  6. Real Estate Law
  7. Labour Law
  8. Patent Law
  9. Media Law
  10. Competition Law
  11. Intellectual Property Law
  12. Mergers and Acquisitions Law
  13. Constitutional Law
  14. Environmental Law

LLB Job Opportunities:

Bachelor of Laws [LLB] is not only considered in the aspect of getting a job but also helps a person to fight against the inequality and wrong deeds that affect society. It is also considered as a prestigious profession. Job opportunities after LLB are abundant in both private and public sector organizations. LLB job scope allows aspirants to gain more exposure for employment in key areas like Law firms, Courts & Judiciary, Legal consultancies, Sales tax, and Excise Departments, etc

Career opportunities for LLB graduates allow for a variety of prestigious job roles such as Public Prosecutor, Solicitor, District & Sessions Judge, Legal Advisor, Oath Commissioner, Teacher, and Lecturer. LLB course, after graduation, can be further continued with higher education by opting for courses like MA or Diploma in Human Rights, Master of Law, Diploma in Intellectual Property Rights, Diploma in Labor Laws, P.G Diploma in Women’s Rights and Human Rights among several others

Sl. No. Job Opportunities
1 Public Prosecutor
2 Solicitor
3 District & Sessions Judge
4 Legal Advisor
5 Oath Commissioner
6 Teacher
7 Lecturer
8 Attorney General
9 Munsifs (Sub-Magistrate)
10 Advocate
11 Trustee
12 Lawyer
13 Magistrate/Judge
14 Notary
15 Law Reporter
16 Magistrate
17 Legal Expert

LLB Course Salary:

The average course salary offered to a graduate of LLB is INR 3 lakhs - 1 crore per annum. This may vary from institution to institution depending on the sector of employment, seniority, experience, and diligence.