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Bachelor of laws is an undergrad degree or a degree in law, covering all the pros and cons of jurisdiction. It originally derived from the Latin word, Legum Baccalaureus. It is a first professional degree in jurisdiction originating in England. It also offered the most common of law jurisdictions.
The central aim of this course is to bring to light the various scenarios in law making and understanding each and every inch of law. It provides an insight to the world of ‘law’ arousing interest and knowledge among the students to the potential ways of working under the law.

LLB is merely of two types:
Regular LLB consisting of a three year law course which could be done after graduation.
The second type comprises of Integrated LLB which could be done after 12th, which counts as a total of five years devoted to studying LLB.
First and foremost, one needs to clear CLAT (Common Law Admission test) which counts as an entrance exam to LLB. Also, one needs to clear graduation on the grounds of 45%, at least. The five very famous multiple choice questions (MCQ’s) in CLAT are:
• English
• General Knowledge (GK)
• Elementary Mathematics
• Legal Aptitude
• Logical Reasoning
The eligibility of an LLB candidate should comprise of the following qualities:
• The candidate must have completed graduation.
• 45% of marks are expected out of the candidate.
• SC and ST candidates are required to score 40% of marks.
• The max age limit for a person to enrol for this course is 30 years.
• There is a five year relaxation scheme for candidates belonging to the category of SC and ST.
• However, no relaxation is given to students belonging to OBC section.
LLB course comprises of six semesters which a candidate must pass with flying colours in order to become a lawyer or someone working under the law.
This degree offers a wide insight to the various sections of law which provides benefits to students the exposure to explore the field of law in depth. Here is a list to the various fields of law:
• Criminal law
• Civil law
• Administration law
• Corporate law
• Cyber law
• Labour law
• Constitutional law
• Patent law
• Minor law
• Environment law
• Income tax law
This course provides an advantage of understanding Arts subjects along with Law subjects. Following are the various subjects that could be studied within the confinements of this course: English, Sociology, Political Science, Economics, History, etc. Along with an additional benefit of learning constitutional rights, learning of acts, codes and much more about the Indian Penal Code.
This degree benefits you with the privilege of working as an Advocate, Government Servant, Legal Adviser, Public Prosecutor, Defence Servicemen and much more. Also, if you’re gifted with niche teaching skills, you might opt to teaching students in a law school.
List of colleges providing LLB:
• MS Ramaiah college of law, Bangalore
• Karnataka state law university, Hubli
• Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar law university, Chennai
• DR.K.N Modi University, Rajasthan
• Amity law college.

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