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    Is it possible to do law course after completing B.Com?

    i have gone through the sites of top colleges like nls banglore and nalsar hyderabad ,but there academic porgramms donot include ll.b;dy only offer ba.ll.b and ll.m .....and people cracking cat are admitted for these courses only!
    so what are my options if iwant to do law after b.com??





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    Re: Is it possible to do law course after completing B.Com?

    Yes, you can do LLB course after completing B.Com. To pursue this course, you must have completed graduation in any discipline with at least 40% marks from a recognized university. If you join LLB after completing M.Com, then you will get a 2% weightage in mark. You can join law course only after qualifying in any LLB entrance exam. Some of the LLB entrance exams in India are Kerala Law Entrance Examination, NLU Delhi Exam Notification, NALSAR Entrance Test, Common Law Admission Test (CLAT), etc. The duration of the course is 3 years. You can obtain the application form for the entrance exam from the concerned centers.




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    Re: Is it possible to do law course after completing B.Com?

    i have done my graduation with b.com (general) and now i want to do law but m lilltle confused dat which field should i go for,,,,,,,,shud i go for corporate law or income tax law...

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    Re: Is it possible to do law course after completing B.Com?

    Quote Originally Posted by help seeker View Post
    i have gone through the sites of top colleges like nls banglore and nalsar hyderabad ,but there academic porgramms donot include ll.b;dy only offer ba.ll.b and ll.m .....and people cracking cat are admitted for these courses only!
    so what are my options if iwant to do law after b.com??
    Yes you may apply for LLB course after B.com course . The Basic Eligibility criteria for LLB course you have to qualified in bachelor degree then only your eligible for LLB course .

    LLB stands for Bachelor of Law . LLB course having good scope in both the private as well as public sectors . The duration of the course is for three years and the course is divided into six semester .

    Specialization in LLB course :- Criminal Law / Corporation Law / Patent Law / Civil Law etc.. You may choose any specialization in which you have interest .

    Eligibility criteria for LLB course :-

    The aspirant should be complete bachelor degree in any stream from recognized university . The aspirant should score minimum 60% percentage of marks in bachelor degree .

    You should be qualified in CLAT Examination with good percentage of marks .

    CLAT :- Common Law Admission Test . This Examination conducted by 11 National Law Universities in our country . If your interested to apply for this entrance examination then you should complete 12th standard in any stream from recognized university . You should score minimum 50% percentage of marks and relaxation is given for 45% percentage of marks in 12th board examination . Final year candidates are also eligible to apply for CLAT Examination .

    Syllabus for CLAT Examination :-

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

    LLB Colleges Accepting CLAT Score Card :-

    -National University of Advanced Legal Studies
    -Hidayatullah National Law University
    -National Law Institute University
    -NALSAR University of Law
    -Gujarat National Law University

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    Re: Is it possible to do law course after completing B.Com?

    Can a 2 year dropper graduate with 50% can also apply??

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    Re: Is it possible to do law course after completing B.Com?

    Yes, you can do LLB course after completing B.Com. To pursue this course, you must have completed graduation in any discipline with at least 40% marks from a recognized university. If you join LLB after completing M.Com, then you will get a 2% weightage in mark. You can join law course only after qualifying in any LLB entrance exam.

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