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    mukesh
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    Is it possible to do Law course after completing B.Tech from Delhi university?

    hiii all
    Is it possible to do Law course after completing B.Tech from Delhi university?





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    titan121
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    Re: Is it possible to do Law course after completing B.Tech from Delhi university?

    Yes it is possible to do LAW course after completing B.Tech from Delhi university. for that you have to apply for LLB entrance test.




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    Re: Is it possible to do Law course after completing B.Tech from Delhi university?

    yes you can do Law course after completing B.Tech from any university not only Delhi university.
    so you can go for it and take entrance exam for law and you can admit in a law coll.

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    Re: Is it possible to do Law course after completing B.Tech from Delhi university?

    Yes it is possible to apply for LAW course after completing your B.Tech .
    Many universities are applying LAW course these days.
    The scope of LAW is tremendous as various options are open up after completing this. You can apply for PCS(Judge) after successfully completing your course.
    Many MNCs are also hiring law professionals to handle their legal matters.

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    Re: Is it possible to do Law course after completing B.Tech from Delhi university?

    after completion of my b.tech i want to take up law course by that i'm going to be of 21 yrs old but i have seen in one website that people who are below 20 yrs are eligible ?so,how i get into this course?

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    Re: Is it possible to do Law course after completing B.Tech from Delhi university?

    can u plz tell me the colleges which provide law course after btech? whats the scope of doing law after btech

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