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    In which Institute can I pursue LLM course after B.Com Hons with 65% at the age of 26?

    Age-26 years
    Qualification-Bcom(Hons.) with 65%
    please suggest,give details of institute from where i persue this course.





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    sriharsha
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    Re: In which Institute can I pursue LLM course after B.Com Hons with 65% at the age of 26?

    hello sir/madam
    A candidate for admission to the LL.M. course should have passed the LL.B. Degree or its equivalent from a recognised University and should have secured not less than 55% of marks in the aggregate of the maximum marks prescribed.




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    Re: In which Institute can I pursue LLM course after B.Com Hons with 65% at the age of 26?

    U CAN DO LLM ONLY AFTER DOING LL.B.SO FIRST DO LL.B.THEN TRY FOR LLM.

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    Re: In which Institute can I pursue LLM course after B.Com Hons with 65% at the age of 26?

    There are colleges that provide LLM courses in India. So, on this page we have listed those colleges in India that provide LLM courses. These LLM colleges may be spread across various cities of India.
    * LLM Colleges in Andhra Pradesh
    * LLM Colleges in Assam
    * LLM Colleges in Bihar
    * LLM Colleges in Chandigarh
    * LLM Colleges in Chhatisgarh
    * LLM Colleges in Delhi
    * LLM Colleges in Goa
    * LLM Colleges in Gujarat
    * LLM Colleges in Haryana
    * LLM Colleges in Himachal Pradesh
    * LLM Colleges in Karnataka

    for more detail visit the following link:
    http://www.indiaedu.com/llm-colleges/

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    Re: In which Institute can I pursue LLM course after B.Com Hons with 65% at the age of 26?

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    Re: In which Institute can I pursue LLM course after B.Com Hons with 65% at the age of 26?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Age-26 years
    Qualification-Bcom(Hons.) with 65%
    please suggest,give details of institute from where i persue this course.
    Hello,
    You are not eligible for doing LLM course,
    It can be only done after doing LLB,
    As you are from B.Com you can do M.com in your PG or
    if you really interested in doing LAW.
    Do another degree (dual degree), one already done now take LLB.
    Many good colleges are there in our country in different states.
    Google search that one and find colleges in your state.
    Good LUCK...!!

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    Re: In which Institute can I pursue LLM course after B.Com Hons with 65% at the age of 26?

    Yes you can do LLM course after B.com hons. with 65% at age 26.
    But firstly you have to do LLB of 3 or 5 years duration.
    LLB is of 3 yrs after graduation in any field, While it is of 5 years after 12th class.
    So First complete LLB of 3 years, Then Go for LLM degree.
    LLM is master degree in law.
    it can be done from any institute in india recognized by the aicte & affiliated to any recognized university by the UGC.
    The institutes are Delhi University,
    Jamia millia islamia,
    Kurukshetra University,
    Punjabi university,
    Rajasthan technical university,
    Lovely professional university.

    All the best

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    Re: In which Institute can I pursue LLM course after B.Com Hons with 65% at the age of 26?

    Yes you can do LLM course after B.com hons. with 65% at age 26.
    But firstly you have to do LLB of 3 or 5 years duration.
    LLB is of 3 yrs after graduation in any field, While it is of 5 years after 12th class.
    So First complete LLB of 3 years, Then Go for LLM degree.
    LLM is master degree in law.
    it can be done from any institute in india recognized by the aicte & affiliated to any recognized university by the UGC.
    The institutes are Delhi University,
    Jamia millia islamia,
    Kurukshetra University,
    Punjabi university,
    Rajasthan technical university,

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    nickibharadwaj
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    Re: In which Institute can I pursue LLM course after B.Com Hons with 65% at the age of 26?

    Hello friend,You are eligible to do LLM only if you have completed LLB course.

    As you have completed B.Com hons with good academic performance you are eligible to pursue LLB.Many institites in india conducts entrance exams for the admission of it.

    Some of the best colleges in India for law studies are


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    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.


    Hope this list helps you seeking admission in Top Indian Law colleges. I wish you all the best !

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    nickibharadwaj
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    Re: In which Institute can I pursue LLM course after B.Com Hons with 65% at the age of 26?

    Hello friend,You are eligible to do LLM only if you have completed LLB course.

    As you have completed B.Com hons with good academic performance you are eligible to pursue LLB.Many institites in india conducts entrance exams for the admission of it.

    Some of the best colleges in India for law studies are


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    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.


    Hope this list helps you seeking admission in Top Indian Law colleges. I wish you all the best !

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