Bachelore Degree

B.A. ( Bachelore of Arts)

Bachelor of Arts (BA) is an undergraduate program of 3 years and considered one of the most pursued courses in India, accounting to more than 9 million students.

For students to pursue Bachelor of Arts, all they need is a minimum passing mark in Class XII from a recognized board.

B.B.A. ( Bachelore of Business Administration)

B.C.A. ( Bachelore of Computer Application )

B.SC. ( Bachelore of Science) PCM / PCB

B.SC. ( Bachelore of Science) IT / Computer Science

B.Libs ( Bachelore of Library Science )

 

About Bachelor of Law (LLB)

LLB or Bachelor of Legislative Law is an undergraduate law degree which is a prerequisite for anyone who wants to enter the field of judiciary and law. The programme targets various fields of law including labour law, criminal law, contractual law, family law, legal writing and many others.

In order to apply for this programme, candidates have to complete their graduation. The 3-year LLB programme is mandatory for those who want to practice law and also for the candidates who want to pursue LL.M or Masters of Law programmes.

The course offers a broad understanding of constitutional law and it different sections to enable law aspirants in understanding the various case studies in the legal history of India. Classroom learning and internships are a part of the programme to impart elaborate education.

Bachelor of Law (LLB) Eligibility Criteria

  • Minimum Qualification Required: Graduation (any discipline)
  • Minimum Marks Required (Aggregate): 45%

LLB Admission Process:

  • Counselling by Infowave College
  • Send Documents Copy
  • Fees and Admission formalities.

 

Career Options and Job Prospects

Law is one of the fields that are hardly affected by recession or economic downfall. Skilled lawyers are always in demand in every country to guide individuals, organisations as well as governments to make legal decisions and actions. Candidates who have completed LLB can practice law after registering themselves at the Bar Council of India (BCI).

There are various government jobs that are available after this course including government law posts as well as posts at magistrate levels. In order to apply for higher judiciary jobs, candidates will have to pursue LL.M. Those seeking academic jobs can teach at law institutes and universities. Following are some job profiles for candidates with an LLB degree:

  • Notary
  • Trustee
  • Solicitor
  • Law Reporter
  • Legal Counsellor
  • Legal Consultant
  • Legal Expert
  • Sub-Magistrate
  • Public Prosecutor
  • Sessions Judge
  • Law Professor