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    Best LLB colleges in Delhi for a graduate(45%)?

    hi.. i hav done my graduation with 45% marks from the delhi university through correspondence.. and i am searching for a good llb college in delhi which can offer me the course at this %..kinndly suggest some colleges..





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    hi.. i hav done my graduation with 45% marks from the delhi university through correspondence.. and i am searching for a good llb college in delhi which can offer me the course at this %..kinndly suggest some colleges..

    LLB stands for Bachelor of Law . It's an Professional course . The duration of the course is for three years and the course is divided into six semester . LLB Course having good scope in both the government as well as private sectors .

    Eligibility Criteria :-

    You should be complete Bachelor degree or equivalent examination in any discipline from recognized university . You should score minimum 50% percentage of marks and relaxation is given for 45% percentage of marks in bachelor degree . You should qualified in CLAT Examination .

    CLAT :- ( Common Law Admission Test ) . This Examination is conducted by 11 National Law Universities which is conducted for the purpose of get admission for LLB Course in reputed colleges in our country . If your interested to apply for this Examination then you should complete 12th standard in any discipline from recognized university . You should score minimum 55% percentage of marks in 12th board Examination .

    Syllabus for CLAT Examination :-

    -English including Comprehension
    -General Knowledge/ Current Affairs
    -Mathematics
    -Logical Reasoning
    -Legal Aptitude/Legal Awareness

    Best Law Colleges in India :-


    -The Indian Law institute
    -Faculty of Law
    -Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies
    -Amity Law School
    -Indian Academy of International Law
    -Department of Law
    -National Law Schools
    -Harlal School of Law
    -Modern College of Law
    -Integrated Academy of Management & Technology
    -BS Anangpuria Institute of Law
    -ICFAI University
    -Delhi Institute of Rural Development
    -IME Institute of Management Education
    -Mewar Law Institute
    -Modern College of Professional Studies




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    LLB collage in Delhi:


    duration of course:The course may be of 5 years, 3 years or of 2 years of duration.

    the following specializations are offered by Indian universities:

    Civil law
    Criminal law
    Company or Corporate law
    Taxation laws like income tax law and Excise law etc
    Labour law
    International law
    Family law
    Constitutional law
    Administration law
    Trade mark, copyright and IP rights or patent law etc.


    List of law collages in Delhi:
    1.university of delhi
    course duration: 3 year.
    site:www.du.ac.in

    2.Guru Gobind Singh Indra Prastha University
    Courses: L.L.B. and L.L.M
    Website: http://ggsipu.nic.in/

    3. The Indian Law institute
    Website: www.ilidelhi.org

    4. Global Institute of Intellectual Property
    Website: http://www.giipinfo.com

    5. Indian Academy of International Law
    Website: http://www.isil-aca.org
    Courses: One year Post-Graduate Diploma Courses in International Law and Diplomacy; Human Rights, International Humanitarian and Refugee Laws; and International Trade and Business Law.

    6. Law Centre NO - I, University Campus
    Course: LL.B 3 Year
    Website: www.du.ac.in

    7. Law Centre NO - II, A.R.S.D College
    Course: LL.B 3 year
    Website: www.du.ac.in

    8. Amity Law School
    Website: www.amity.edu
    Courses: LLB (Hons)

    9. Faculty of Law ( University of Delhi)
    Courses: LL.B., LL.M
    Website: www.du.ac.in

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    Re: Best LLB colleges in Delhi for a graduate(45%)?

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    hi.. i hav done my graduation with 45% marks from the delhi university through correspondence.. and i am searching for a good llb college in delhi which can offer me the course at this %..kinndly suggest some colleges..
    Bachelor of Laws (LLB) an undergraduate course offered by many law collages and universities across the nation for the graduate in any discipline. It is a 3 year course deals with the various aspects of Law and the Indian Penal Code (IPC).

    Eligibility Criteria for LLB

    The minimum eligibility for joining LLB course is graduation with 40% in the qualifying examination (35% for SC / ST). For postgraduate there is a 2% weightage in mark. Some collages and universities like National Law School in Bangalore conduct entrance exam followed by personal interview for the law aspirants. The questions mainly cover the areas like Reasoning, Mathematics, English and General Knowledge.

    LLB Entrance exams in India
    • Common Law Admission Test (CLAT)
    • Kerala Law Entrance Examination
    • Law School Admission Test—India (LSAT)
    • NALSAR Entrance Test
    • NLU Delhi Exam Notification
    • National Law School of India University (NLSIU) Entrance Test
    • Rajasthan University LLB Entrance Test or RULET exam
    • NUALS BA LLB entrance Exam
    • GGSIPU-CET 2011 BA LLB Entrance Exam

    Top 10 LLB Colleges in India
    • Amity Law School (ALS)
    • Faculty of Law of the University of Delhi
    • ILS Law College
    • Indian Law Institute (ILI)
    • NALSAR University of Law
    • National Law School of India University
    • National University of Advanced Legal Studies (NUALS)
    • Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law
    • Symbiosis Law School
    • The Army Institute of Law (AIL)

    Other Reputed Colleges/ Universities offering LLB program
    • Dr. Anushka Vidhi Mahavidyalaya
    • Faculty of Law Jai Narain Vyas University
    • Faculty of Law Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapeeth
    • Government Law College Chennai
    • Government Law College Garhwal
    • Government Law College Thirunelveli
    • Gramyanchal Law College
    • H. S. Law College
    • Hari Shanker Prasad Law College
    • Hooghly Mohsin College Law
    • IMS Law College
    • Islamia College of Law
    • Jodhpur Law College and Research Centre
    • Kamla Nehru Vidhi Sansthan
    • Kisan Vidhi Mahavidyalaya
    • Lincoln College of Law
    • Lord Mahavira College of Law
    • Mahila Vidhi Mahavidyalaya
    • Manu Law College
    • Mewar Law Institute
    • Model Public Law College
    • Moradabad College of Law
    • Parsandi Devi College of Law
    • Pt. Surya Narayan Chaturvedi Law Degree College
    • Radiant College of Law
    • Rajasthan Law College Jhunjhunu
    • Rajiv Gandhi Vidhi Mahavidyalaya
    • Rajputana Vidhi Mahavidyalaya
    • Ravindra Nath Tagore Law College
    • Reliable Institute of Law
    • Sanjivnie College of Law
    • Sankalp Institute of Law
    • Seth Rajnarayan Gupta Law College for Women
    • Shaheed Bhagat Singh Vidhi Mahavidyalaya
    • Shree Bhawani Niketan Law College
    • Shree Narheji Law College
    • Shri Jagdamba Law College
    • Siddhi Vinayak College of Law
    • SS Law College
    • St. Mother Teresa Law Degree College
    • Swami Keshwanand Vidhi Mahavidyalaya
    • Teju Singh Memorial Law College
    • University College of Law Mohanlala Sukhadia University
    • Vardhman Law College
    • Virendra Kumar Singhal Law College
    • Vivekananda College of Law

    good luck !!!

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    Re: Best LLB colleges in Delhi for a graduate(45%)?

    although the %age of marks secured is not so good....
    But still dont loose hope there are colleges in india where you can get addmission...
    and yes aparr from the college it is the indevidual potential that matters....
    here is the list of top 10 Law colleges in DELHI..
    Different colleges have different criterias you can directoly go to there website and get abetter detail...

    Guru Gobind Singh Indra Prastha University
    The Indian Law institute
    Global Institute of Intellectual Property
    Indian Academy of International Law
    Law Centre NO - I, University Campus
    Law Centre NO - II, A.R.S.D College
    Amity Law School
    Faculty of Law ( University of Delhi)
    Faculty of Law, Jamia Millia Islamia
    Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies

    Hope this will help you...

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    THE BEST LLB COLLEGE IN DELHI

    Guru Gobind Singh Indra Prastha University

    The Indian Law institute

    Global Institute of Intellectual Property

    Indian Academy of International Law

    Law Centre NO - I, University Campus

    Law Centre NO - II, A.R.S.D College

    Amity Law School

    Faculty of Law ( University of Delhi)

    Faculty of Law, Jamia Millia Islamia

    Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies

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    cThe Indian Law institute
    -Faculty of Law
    -Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies
    -Amity Law School
    -Indian Academy of International Law
    -Department of Law
    -National Law Schools
    -Harlal School of Law
    -Modern College of Law
    -Integrated Academy of Management & Technology
    -BS Anangpuria Institute of Law
    -ICFAI University
    -Delhi Institute of Rural Development
    -IME Institute of Management Education
    -Mewar Law Institute
    -Modern College of Professional Studies


    Read: Best LLB colleges in Delhi for a graduate(45%)? 2012 Best LLB colleges in Delhi for a graduate(45%)? Indian Law institute
    -Faculty of Law
    -Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies
    -Amity Law School
    -Indian Academy of International Law
    -Department of Law
    -National Law Schools
    -Harlal School of Law
    -Modern College of Law
    -Integrated Academy of Management & Technology
    -BS Anangpuria Institute of Law
    -ICFAI University
    -Delhi Institute of Rural Development
    -IME Institute of Management Education
    -Mewar Law Institute
    -Modern College of Professional Studies


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    dear friend,

    LIST OF TOP 5 COLLEGES OFFERING L.L.B. IN INDIA :-



    1.Aligarh Muslim University , Aligarh , Uttar Pradesh
    2.Barkatullah Vishwavidyalaya University , Bhopal , Madhya Pradesh
    3.Bundelkhand University , Jhansi , Uttar Pradesh
    4.Dibrugarh University , Dibrugarh , Assam
    5.Dr. Ambedkar Goverment Law Colleges , Chennai , Tamil Nadu


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    Re: Best LLB colleges in Delhi for a graduate(45%)?

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    hi.. i hav done my graduation with 45% marks from the delhi university through correspondence.. and i am searching for a good llb college in delhi which can offer me the course at this %..kinndly suggest some colleges..
    Hello friend...



    -LLB (Bachelor of Law)

    -LLB is one of the professional career option which is having many job opportunities


    Structure Of LLB course

    -->The duration of the course is for three years and the course is divided into six semester

    --> LLB Course having good scope in both the government as well as private sectors there are many job opportunities in both the sectors


    Eligibility Criteria

    -->You should be complete Bachelor degree with 50% marks recognized university


    Entrance examination


    -->You have to write CLAT( Common Law Admission Test )Examination .

    -->This Examination is conducted by 11 National Law Universities which is conducted for the purpose of get admission for LLB Course in reputed colleges in our country .

    --> If your interested to apply for this Examination then you should complete 12th standard in any discipline from recognized university

    -->You should score minimum 55% percentage of marks in 12th board Examination .


    Best LLB Colleges in India

    -Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies

    -Amity Law School

    -Indian Academy of International Law

    -Department of Law

    -National Law Schools

    -Harlal School of Law

    -Modern College of Law

    -Integrated Academy of Management & Technology

    -BS Anangpuria Institute of Law

    -ICFAI University

    -Delhi Institute of Rural Development

    -IME Institute of Management Education



    *So you have to write the entrance examination so if you get good score then you will get admission in the best college


    good luck

    all the best

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    Dear friend,

    You can get any LLB college with 45% marks

    below is the list of top 20 LLB colleges in India with their details:

    1)NLSIU, Bangalore (Est: 1988)

    Post Bag No. 7201, Nagarbhavi, Bangalore-560072
    Tel: 080-23213160
    Website: www.nls.ac.in
    E-mail:registrar@nls.ac.in
    Seats: 80
    Cut-off: Entrance test.

    2)NALSAR, Hyderabad(Est: 1998)

    3-4, 761, Barkatpura, Hyderabad-500027
    Tel: 040-27567955
    Website: www.nalsaruniv.org
    Seats: 80
    Cut-off: Entrance test
    Info: Apart from the routine courses, its post-graduate programs in human rights law, medical law and ethics and environmental law are very popular

    3)NLIU, Bhopal(Est: 1997)

    Bhadbhada Road, Barkheri Kalan, Bhopal-462002
    Tel: 0755-2696965
    Website: www.nliu.edu
    Seats: 80
    Cut-off: Entrance test
    Info: Has a huge sylvan campus. A cyber law centre funded by the Union HRD Ministry, the only one of its kind in Asia, is coming up soon.

    4)Symbiosis Law College, Pune(Est: 1977)

    Senapati Bapat Road, Pune-411004
    Tel: 020-25655114
    Website: www.symlaw.ac.in
    Seats: 200
    Cut-off: Entrance exam
    The students moved the Bombay High Court to make helmets compulsory for two-wheeler riders in Maharashtra and have brought to the court’s attention the state of the Consumer Protection Forum in Pune.

    5)ILS Law College, Pune(Est: 1924)

    Law College Road, Pune-411004
    Tel: 020-25656775
    Website: www.ilslaw.edu
    Seats: 240 for a three-year course and 400 for a five-year course
    Cut-off: Merit
    Emphasis is equally on academics and sports. Besides the regular Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in law, the college offers six diploma courses in subjects like intellectual property rights, cyber law and medical jurisprudence.

    6)Faculty of Law, BHU, Banaras(Est: 1916)

    Varanasi-221005
    Tel: 0542-2369018
    Website: www.bhu.ac.in
    Seats: 275
    Cut-off: Entrance test
    It was the first college in the region to have started environmental law courses which has held it in good stead.

    7)Faculty of Law, DU, Delhi(Est: 1924)

    Delhi-110007
    Tel: 011-27667765
    Website: www.du.ac.in
    E-mail: lawfaculty@vsnl.net
    Seats: 1,500
    Cut-off: Entrance test
    The present chief justice of India is an alumnus of this institute. Three-quarters of high court judges are also alumni of this institute.

    8)Government Law College, Mumbai

    Mumbai

    9)Faculty of Law, Chandigarh Univ.(Est: 1976)

    Sector-14, Chandigarh
    Tel: 0172-2541577
    Website: www.puchd.ac.in
    E-mail: regr@pu.ac.in
    Seats: 360
    Cut-off: Entrance test
    A recognized institution for aspiring lawyers, it offers post-graduate and doctoral programs as well.

    10)Amity Law School, Delhi (Est: 1999)

    Yasho Bhawan, Okhla Road, Delhi-110025
    Tel: 011-26325901
    Website: www.amity.edu
    Seats: 80
    Cut-off: 60 per cent
    Its credibility received a boost with its affiliation to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University. Job offers for its students come as far a field as Singapore and Dubai.

    11)University Law College, Bangalore Univ., Bangalore(Est: 1948)

    Palace Road, Bangalore-560001
    Tel: 080-22262137
    Seats: 80
    Cut-off: 85 per cent
    Five student teams have represented India in the Jessup International Law moot court competitions in the US and Vienna in Europe. This college has also entered into a MoU with Nanterre University, Paris, France, for a student-and-faculty exchange program.

    12)University Institute of Legal Studies, Chandigarh(Est: 1956)

    Sector-14, Chandigarh-160014
    Tel: 0172-2534158
    Website: http://uils.puchd.ac.in
    Seats: 150
    Cut-off: Entrance exam
    Regular visits to district courts, high courts and the Supreme Court are part of the curriculum. Moot court competitions are also held within the institute.

    13)Bharati Vidyapeeth’s New Law College, Pune(Est: 1983)

    Katraj-Dhankawadi Campus, Pune-Satara Road, Pune-411043.
    Tel: 020-24360572
    Website: www.engg.bharatividyapeeth.edu
    Seats: 40
    Cut-off: Entrance exam
    It is one of the largest engineering colleges in Maharashtra with a hostel to accommodate over 1,200 students. Special training is imparted in communication skills.

    14)KLE Society’s Law College, Bangalore(Est: 1976)

    PB-1059, 2nd Block, Rajajinagar, Bangalore-560010
    Tel: 080-23324529
    Website: www.klesociety.org/law/banlc.htm
    Seats: 115 for a three-year course, 65 for a five-year course
    Cut-off: Written test
    Its plus points include above-average results, good hostel accommodation and a well-equipped library.

    15)Faculty of Law, Lucknow Univ., Lucknow(Est: 1921)

    2nd Campus, Lucknow University, Sitapur Road, Lucknow
    Tel: 0522-2363113
    Seats: 320
    Cut-off: Entrance test
    A committed law institution, the graduates it produces are a competent lot.

    16)University College of Law, Hyderabad(Est: 1918)

    Hyderabad-500007
    Tel: 040-27098928
    Seats: 160
    Cut-off: Written exam
    A tried and tested institution where law is concerned. Its library is a storehouse of the latest information.

    17)Army Institute of Law, Mohali(Est: 1999)

    Sec-68, Mohali-160062
    Tel: 0172-5095336-38
    Website: www.armyinstituteoflaw.org
    Seats: 80
    Cut-off: Entrance exam
    The learning process is interactive and participative.

    18)Gopaldas Jamatmal Advani Law College, Mumbai(Est: 1977)

    32nd Road, Bandra, Mumbai-400050
    Tel: 022-26497484
    Seats: 320
    Cut-off: Entrance test
    The college offers tutorials to students at its own cost. National and state-level seminars are organized periodically which are presided over by a Supreme Court judge. Library is available for current students as well as the alumni.

    19)MS Ramaiah College of Law, Bangalore(Est: 1995)

    M.S. Ramaiah Road, MSRIT Post, Bangalore-560054
    Tel: 080-57708015
    E-mail: info@msrcl.org
    Seats: 70
    Cut-off: 55 per cent
    A relatively new entrant, it has managed to carve a niche for itself in the highly competitive field of law education.

    20)Bangalore Institute of Legal Studies, Bangalore(Est: 1993)

    Vijaya College Campus, Basavanagudi, Bangalore-560004
    Tel: 080-2656107
    Seats: 80
    Cut-off: 60-70 per cent
    The college has an active legal aid clinic and special lectures are delivered by eminent personalities.


    Good luck.

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    FRIEND,



    LLB stands for BACHELOR IN LAW and this course is of duration 3 years and you can pursue following graduate degrees in LAW.
    • B.A LL.B
    • B.B.A LL.B
    • B.Sc LL.B.

    Diploma courses in law
    • Diploma in Cyber law
    • Diploma in law of taxation
    • Diploma in labor law
    • PG Diploma in Human Rights Law
    • PG Diploma in Medical Law and Ethics
    • PG Diploma in Environmental Law
    • PG Diploma in Intellectual Property Rights Law.

    Undergraduate courses in law is Bachelor of Laws (LLB)

    Postgraduate courses in law
    • Master of Business Laws (MBL)
    • Master of Law - Business Law (LLM)
    • Master of Law - Human Rights Law (LLM)

    Various LAW Entrance exams conducted in the INDIA for the admission of students for the LAW Courses are:
    • Gujarat National Law University Entrance Examination
    • Chanakya National Law University Entrance Exam
    • Government of Kerala Law Entrance Examination
    • Aligarh Muslim University
    • Christ College of Law Entrance Test
    • Government Law College Maharashtra
    • Indian Law Institute Common Admission Test
    • National University of Advanced Legal Studies
    • W. Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences exam
    • Symbiosis Law School Entrance Exam
    • Common Law Admission Test (CLAT)
    • National Law Institute University Entrance Examination
    • National Law University (NLU) Entrance Test

    ELIGIBILITY FOR THE UNDERGRADUATE COURSE is that you must have done graduation in the B.A / B.Sc / B.com degree with atleast 40% marks and 35% for candidates of the SC/ST category.

    ELIGIBILITY FOR THE POSTGRADUATE COURSE is that you should be a graduate or post- graduate with a minimum of 50% marks. Those who wish to join the LLM course should have a LLB degree.

    ELIGIBILITY FOR THE DIPLOMA COURSE is that you must be graduate.

    TOP LAW COLLEGES IN INDIA:
    • National Law School of India Univ, Bangalore
    • NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad
    • National Law Institute University, Bhopal
    • National Law University, Jodhpur
    • Campus Law Center, Delhi University, Delhi
    • WB National Univ of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata
    • Symbiosis Society's Law college, Pune
    • ILS Law College, Pune
    • Government Law College, Mumbai
    • Amity Law School, Delhi
    • Faculty of Law, AMU, Aligarh
    • University Law College, Bangalore Univ., Bangalore
    • Faculty of Law Mumbai University, Mumbai
    • Faculty of Law BHU, Varanasi
    • Deptt of Laws, Punjab University, Chandigarh
    • Bangalore Institute of Legal Studies, Bangalore
    • School of Law, Gujarat University, Ahmedabad
    • Tamil Nadu Dr Ambedkar Law Univ., Chennai
    • Army Institute of Law, Mohali
    • Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar
    • DES Law College, Pune
    • Deptt of Law Calcutta University, Kolkata
    • Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur
    • Govt Law College, Kerala Univ, Thiruvananthapuram
    • Faculty of Law, Allahabad University Allahabad

    GOOD LUCK.

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    FRIEND,



    The LAW Entrance exams conducted in the INDIA for the admission of students for the LAW Courses are:
    • Gujarat National Law University Entrance Examination
    • Chanakya National Law University Entrance Exam
    • Government of Kerala Law Entrance Examination
    • Aligarh Muslim University
    • Christ College of Law Entrance Test
    • Government Law College Maharashtra
    • Indian Law Institute Common Admission Test
    • National University of Advanced Legal Studies
    • W. Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences exam
    • Symbiosis Law School Entrance Exam
    • Common Law Admission Test (CLAT)
    • National Law Institute University Entrance Examination
    • National Law University (NLU) Entrance Test

    ELIGIBILITY FOR THE UNDERGRADUATE COURSE is that you must have done graduation in the B.A / B.Sc / B.com degree with atleast 40% marks and 35% for candidates of the SC/ST category.

    ELIGIBILITY FOR THE POSTGRADUATE COURSE is that you should be a graduate or post- graduate with a minimum of 50% marks. Those who wish to join the LLM course should have a LLB degree.

    ELIGIBILITY FOR THE DIPLOMA COURSE is that you must be graduate.

    TOP LAW COLLEGES IN INDIA:
    • National Law School of India Univ, Bangalore
    • NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad
    • National Law Institute University, Bhopal
    • National Law University, Jodhpur
    • Campus Law Center, Delhi University, Delhi
    • WB National Univ of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata
    • Symbiosis Society's Law college, Pune
    • ILS Law College, Pune
    • Government Law College, Mumbai
    • Amity Law School, Delhi
    • Faculty of Law, AMU, Aligarh
    • University Law College, Bangalore Univ., Bangalore
    • Faculty of Law Mumbai University, Mumbai
    • Faculty of Law BHU, Varanasi
    • Deptt of Laws, Punjab University, Chandigarh
    • Bangalore Institute of Legal Studies, Bangalore
    • School of Law, Gujarat University, Ahmedabad
    • Tamil Nadu Dr Ambedkar Law Univ., Chennai
    • Army Institute of Law, Mohali
    • Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar
    • DES Law College, Pune
    • Deptt of Law Calcutta University, Kolkata
    • Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur
    • Govt Law College, Kerala Univ, Thiruvananthapuram
    • Faculty of Law, Allahabad University Allahabad

    GOOD LUCK.

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    Hi Dude......

    Law Course:
    LLB Course is of Under Graduation and also the post graduation course.The LLB courses in Post graduation offers ethical thinking in the field of Law and enhances the career in the Law.There are different types of Law courses such as....
    Medical Law
    Environmental Law
    Human Rights Law
    these are some of the Post graduation Law courses offered.....
    There are many universities and colleges in Delhi which offer LLB course with the quality of Education and provides good knowledge......

    Some of the Best colleges of LLB in Delhi are....
    >>Guru Gobindh Singh Indira Prastha University
    >>The Indian Law Institute
    >>Global Institute of Intellectual Property
    >>Indian Academy of International Law
    >>Amity Law School
    >>University of Delhi
    >>Vivekananda Institute of Professional Study
    >>Campus Law Centre
    These are some of the top colleges or universities in Delhi which offer LLB in under graduation and also the Post Graduation......

    There are many specializations involved in the Law course,some of them are....
    >>Criminal Law
    >>Civil Law
    >>Company or Corporate Law
    >>Taxation Laws
    >>Labour Law
    >>International Law
    >>Family Law
    >>Constitutional Law
    >>Administration Law
    >>Patent Law
    These are the specializations available in Law course......
    REGARDS:

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    Hi,

    LLB stands for Bachelor of Law which is offered by many law colleges and Universities across the Nation. The Duration of the course is 3 years. You have a choice in Specializing in civil or criminal Law stream. For Practicing it Legally you need to have LLB degree.

    You can practice Law after completing your LLB.

    Top LLB colleges in Delhi are:

    Guru Gobind Singh Indra Prastha University
    The Indian Law institute
    Global Institute of Intellectual Property
    Indian Academy of International Law
    Law Centre NO - I, University Campus
    Law Centre NO - II, A.R.S.D College
    Amity Law School
    Faculty of Law ( University of Delhi)
    Faculty of Law, Jamia Millia Islamia
    Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies

    To pursue the LLB course you need to Complete your Graduation with 40% in the Qualifying examination (35% for SC/ST). Some Colleges In india Conduct Entrance exams to admit students into their colleges. Syllabus for LLB include Reasoning, Mathematics , English and General Knowledge.

    LLB Entrance exams:

    Common Law Admission Test (CLAT)
    Law School Admission Test—India (LSAT)
    NALSAR Entrance Test
    National Law School of India University (NLSIU) Entrance Test

    Good Luck

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    Re: Best LLB colleges in Delhi for a graduate(45%)?



    LLB course which is actually 3 years law course which is a bachelors course of law for which all the graduates from different streams are eligible to get admissions.

    So by this you are also eligible after completing you B.Tech and also MBA.

    there are various entry schemes for this course.

    In the course of LLB(Bachelors of Law) the students will get trained under different categories for example like about Indian Penal Code and other law aspects .

    At the end of this law course they will be given a chance to select the stream or specialization like Civil or Crime or Law and order .

    According to their choice they will be given a certificate to practice law.

    They can do practice individually or under a senior lawyer.

    Okay I have said you the details about the course but I also need to tell you about the best colleges which are offering this course.



    Here is the list of Institutes which are offering this course.

    Have a look upon it.

    ->Government Autonomous PG College Datia,

    ->Vivekananda College of law

    ->Teju Singh Memorial Law college.

    ->Swami Keshwanand Vidhi Mahavidyalaya.

    ->Siddi Vinayaka College of law.

    ->Ravindra Nath Tagore Law college.

    ->Moradabad College of Law.

    ->Manu Law college.

    good luck . . .

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    Hello friend,

    LLB stands for Bachelor of Law.The duration of the course is 3 years with each year divided into 2 semesters.It is a Graduate course in Law.

    Eligibility for LLB course:

    • You must have completed your 12Th in any field from a recognized Education board with a minimum of 40% marks.(Under this condition,your LLB duration will be 5 years.)


    or

    • You must have completed your Graduation degree in any field from a recognized University.(Under this condition,your LLB duration will be 3 years.)



    Entrance Tests for LLB admissions:

    • CLAT(Common Law Admission Test)
    • LSAT(Law School Admission Test)
    • KLEE(Kerala Law Entrance Examination)
    • NALSAR Entrance Test.
    • Christ University Law Entrance Test.



    You need to clear the respective Entrance exam for the University in which you want to pursue your LLB course.


    Specializations available in Law courses:

    • Business Law.
    • Civil Law.
    • Criminal Law.
    • Corporate Law.
    • Administration Law.
    • Cyber Law.
    • Labour Law.
    • Patent Law.
    • Constitutional Law.
    • Family Law.
    • International Law.



    Most prestigious Law Colleges in Delhi:


    Campus Law Center,University of Delhi.

    Guru Gobind Singh Indra Prastha University.

    The Indian Law Institute.

    Global Institute of Intellectual Property.

    Indian Academy of International Law.

    Law Center,Delhi University.

    Amity Law School.

    Faculty of Law,Jamia Milia Islamia University.



    Most prestigious Law Colleges of India for LLB course:



    NLSUI,Bangalore.

    NALSAR,Hyderabad.

    NLUI,Bhopal.

    Symbiosis Law College,Pune.

    ILS Law College,Pune.

    Faculty of Law,Banaras Hindu University,Varanasi.

    Faculty of Law,Delhi University,Delhi.

    Government Law College,Delhi.

    Faculty of Law,Punjab University,Chandigarh.

    Amity Law School,Delhi.

    University Law College,Bangalore University,Bangalore.

    University Institute of Legal Studies,Chandigarh.

    Bharati Vidyapeeth's Law College,Pune.

    KLE Society's Law College,Bangalore.

    Faculty of Law,Lucknow University,Lucknow.

    University College of Law,Hyderabad.

    Army Institute of Law,Mohali.

    Gopaldas Jamatlal Advani Law College,Mumbai.

    MS Ramaiah College of Law,Bangalore.

    Bangalore Institute of Legal Studies,Bangalore.




    All the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    hi.. i hav done my graduation with 45% marks from the delhi university through correspondence.. and i am searching for a good llb college in delhi which can offer me the course at this %..kinndly suggest some colleges..
    well,friend;..

    LLB stand for Bachelor of Law :

    This is conducted by the law of indian and this course duration is three years divided into six semester.

    If you want admission in this course you need to write the entrance exams and for theses exams required educational qualifications are you must completed the bachelor degree with minimum pass percentage of marks and here relaxation is available for reserved category candidates i.e relaxed by 5% of marks.

    Following Specializations :

    Civil law
    Criminal law
    Company or Corporate law
    Taxation laws like income tax law and Excise law etc
    Labour law
    International law
    Family law
    Constitutional law
    Administration law.

    LLB Institutes in Delhi :

    Campus Law Centre, Univ, of Delhi
    www.du.ac.in

    Guru Gobind Singh Indra Prastha University
    http://ggsipu.nic.in/

    The Indian Law institute
    www.ilidelhi.org

    Global Institute of Intellectual Property
    http://www.giipinfo.com

    Indian Academy of International Law
    ttp://www.isil-aca.org

    Law Centre NO - I, University Campus
    www.du.ac.in

    Law Centre NO - II, A.R.S.D College
    www.du.ac.in

    Amity Law School
    www.amity.edu

    Faculty of Law ( University of Delhi)
    www.du.ac.in

    Faculty of Law, Jamia Millia Islamia
    http://jmi.nic.in/

    Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies
    Website: www.vips.edu

    all the best;...

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    Re: Best LLB colleges in Delhi for a graduate(45%)?

    Yes, you are eligible for LLB having 45% in your degree. But you need to have good score in the entrance exams.. Here are the details

    Top LLB colleges in Delhi:

    National Law University, Delhi, New Delhi
    Faculty of Law of the University of Delhi Delhi/NCR, India
    Amity Law School (ALS) Noida - Delhi/NCR, India
    Indian Law Institute (ILI) Delhi/NCR, India

    Eligibility:

    You must have completed bachelor's degree from a recognized University

    You must secure at least 40% aggregate marks in following mentioned examination
    5% relaxation is given to other reserved categories

    Few LLB (TOP) entrance exams are:

    Common Law Admission Test (CLAT)
    Law School Admission Test (LSAT)
    NALSAR Entrance Test

    Top LLB colleges across India are:

    National Law University, Orissa, Cuttack
    Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar
    Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur
    National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi
    Faculty of Law, Allahabad University Allahabad, India
    Department of Law, Panjab University Chandigarh, India
    National Law School of India University Bangalore, India
    New law Academy Pune, India
    National Law University Jodhpur, India
    NALSAR University of Law Hyderabad, India
    National University for Study and Research in Law, Ranchi
    ILS Law College Pune, India
    The Army Institute of Law (AIL) Mohali, India
    Bangalore Institute of Legal Studies Bangalore, India
    M.S.Ramaiah College of Law Bangalore, India
    Faculty of Law, Gujarat University Ahmedabad, India
    Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia National Law University, Lucknow
    Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala
    Chanakya National Law University, Patna
    Government Law College - (GLC) Mumbai, India
    Faculty of Law, Aligarh Muslim University Aligarh, India
    Faculty of Law, University of Kolkata Kolkata, India
    Symbiosis Law School Pune, India

    LLB Exam pattern:

    English Language Comprehension
    Analytical Abilities
    Legal Awareness
    Aptitude
    General
    Knowledge

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    Re: Best LLB colleges in Delhi for a graduate(45%)?

    hi friend,

    llb or master of law is a good career option.

    list of law institutes in delhi:

    1.campus law centre,university of delhi
    2.guru gobind singh indra prastha university
    3.the indian law institute
    4.global institute of intellectual property
    5.indian academy of international law
    6.amity law school
    7.faculty of law
    8.vivekananda institute of professional studies

    all the best

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