LLB (Hons.) Overview

LLB (Hons.) is a 3-years undergraduate program that provides students with an in-depth understanding of the legal system, its principles, and its application in society. LLB programs cover a range of legal topics, including contract law, tort law, criminal law, constitutional law, and international law. Through a combination of theoretical study and practical training, students develop analytical and critical thinking skills, research and writing abilities, and a thorough knowledge of the legal system. The program is designed to prepare graduates for a career in law, as well as for a range of careers in fields that require legal knowledge, such as business, politics, and government.

LLB programs vary by country and institution, but most require students to complete a combination of core and elective courses. In addition to classroom instruction, LLB programs typically include moot court competitions, clinical legal education, and internships with law firms, courts, or government agencies. Graduates of LLB programs are eligible to pursue further legal education, such as a Juris Doctor (JD) degree, and to take the bar exam to become licensed attorneys. LLB graduates are also highly sought after in a variety of other professions, including consulting, finance, and journalism, due to their strong analytical skills and knowledge of the legal system.

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Course Key Features

  • Course Name:LLB (Hons.)
  • Course Type: LLB (Hons.)
  • Course Duration: 3 Years
  • Eligibility: Graduation in any stream
  • Examination Type: Semester wise
  • Course Fees: INR 25,000 per semester
  • Admission Process:CLAT / Direct (Merit Basis)
  • Employment Sector: Government & Private Both
  • Higher Education: LLM

Skills Covered

  • Legal Research
  • Analytical Thinking
  • Critical Thinking
  • Time Management
  • Professionalism
  • Teamwork
  • Leadership

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Career

A Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree opens up a wide range of career opportunities in the legal profession and beyond. Graduates can pursue careers as lawyers, judges, or legal advisors in law firms, corporations, government agencies, and non-profit organizations. Other career paths include academia, journalism, politics, and consulting. LLB graduates may also choose to pursue further legal education, such as a Juris Doctor (JD) degree, or specialize in a particular area of law, such as environmental law, human rights law, or intellectual property law.

Career Areas

A career in law offers a diverse range of opportunities in various specialized areas. Aspiring legal professionals can choose to venture into corporate law, tackling complex business transactions and contracts. Criminal law offers a chance to defend the accused or prosecute offenders. For those passionate about the environment, environmental law presents opportunities to advocate for sustainability and conservation. Intellectual property law involves protecting creative works and innovations.

Organizations

  • Bar Council of India (BCI)
  • Supreme Court of India
  • High Courts of various Indian states
  • National Human Rights Commission (NHRC)
  • National Green Tribunal (NGT)
  • Indian Council of Legal Aid and Advice (ICLAA)
  • National Legal Services Authority (NALSA)
  • Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS)
  • Consumer Education and Research Centre (CERC)
  • Centre for Social Justice (CSJ)

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Syllabus

The Bachelor of Laws (LLB) program at Puran Murti College of Law is structured over 6 semesters. The course is conducted on a semester-wise basis, and successful completion of all examinations held during these semesters leads to the award of the LLB degree.

Prospective candidates interested in pursuing this course should ensure they have a thorough understanding of the entire syllabus. The detailed syllabus is available below:

Subjects

  • Constitutional Law - I
  • Law of Contracts - I
  • Legal Methods
  • Legal English and Communication Skills
  • Legal History

Subjects

  • Constitutional Law - II
  • Law of Contracts - II
  • Law of Torts
  • Family Law - I
  • Legal Writing

Subjects

  • Criminal Law - I
  • Family Law - II
  • Property Law
  • Labour Law - I
  • Alternate Dispute Resolution

Subjects

  • Criminal Law - II
  • Company Law
  • Environmental Law
  • Jurisprudence
  • Law of Evidence

Subjects

  • Administrative Law
  • Civil Procedure Code
  • Interpretation of Statutes
  • Intellectual Property Law
  • Public International Law

Subjects

  • Banking and Insurance Law
  • Labour Law - II
  • Taxation Law
  • Professional Ethics and Professional Accounting System
  • Dissertation/Project Work

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Eligibility Criteria

Students who have successfully completed Graduation in any stream are eligible. To pursue this course, students should satisfy the following eligibility criteria :-

Following Eligibility should be fulfilled before taking admission in this course :-

  • Students must have qualified his/ her 1Graduation in any stream.
  • Students do not have any disability.
  • The candidates should have a good catching power.
  • Students should have an excellent knowledge about everything.

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Admission Process

To get admission to the most trusted institute Puran Murti Campus a candidate has to follow the following admission process such as:-

Merit & Management Quota

Puran Murti Campus offer 30% seats to meritorious students. There are some reserves seats for quota students as per government policies. Quota are in following fields such as Defence Service, BPL, SC & ST, Girls Students, Single Girl Child, Physical Challenged, Kashmiri Migrant, OBC, EWS in General.

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MBA Master in Business Administration (MBA)
Specialsation: Aviation Management
Financial Management
Human Resource Management
Marketing Management
Operation Management
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FAQs

What is LLB, and what does it stand for?

LLB stands for "Bachelor of Laws." It is an undergraduate degree in law that prepares students for a career in the legal profession.

The LLB course is typically of three years' duration for students who have completed their bachelor's degree in any discipline. However, in some countries, it may be a five-year course directly after high school.

Students who have successfully completed their 12th standard or equivalent with any stream and have secured a minimum percentage as required by the university or college are eligible for the LLB course.

The LLB curriculum usually covers a wide range of subjects related to law, including Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Civil Law, Administrative Law, Contract Law, and more. Additionally, legal research, moot court sessions, and internships are also part of the program.

After completing the LLB degree, graduates may need to clear a bar examination (such as the Bar Council Examination) to practice law as an advocate or attorney, depending on the country or state's regulations.

Graduates with an LLB degree can pursue various career paths, including practicing as advocates or lawyers, working in corporate legal departments, becoming legal advisors, joining the judiciary, or pursuing further studies to specialize in specific areas of law.

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