LLB, or Bachelor of Legislative Legal, is a three-year or five-year undergraduate law programme that may be pursued following graduation or 10+2 accordingly. The Bachelor of Legislative Law is an introductory law course that teaches students about the legal procedures used in the profession. The course teaches the student how to acquire a logical, analytical, and critical knowledge of legal affairs, as well as how to apply these abilities to societal social and legal challenges.
National Law School of India University, National Law University, The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, and other prominent law schools provide LLB programmes. Admissions to LLB programmes are based on merit as well as other admission examinations like as CLAT, AILET, LSAT, DUET, and others.
The average cost of an LLB course is between INR 2.5 and 4 LPA. In India, legal companies provide salaries ranging from 25 to 30 lakh rupees per annum (LPA). Even for lawyers who have recently graduated from law school, the potential ranges from 5 to 10 LPA to 18 to 20 LPA. By 2021, the Indian legal market is expected to rise to INR 8,400 crore. Around INR 2500 crore of this market value may be attributable to contentious legal activity, which includes complicated litigation and arbitration.
Prior to the introduction of the 5-year integrated law programme, law students had to choose between a 3-year LLB and a 5-year integrated legal programme. In addition, since the 5-year course has grown in popularity, the Bachelor of Legislative Law has lost some of its charm.When it comes to other sorts of LLBs, or legal courses after graduation, there is the standard 3-year LLB programme, which is practically universal, since it is provided by almost all prestigious and not-so-prestigious colleges. However, in recent years, the course has faced competition from the 5-year integrated programme, which is rapidly gaining recognition.
After graduation, one can apply for admission to the LLB legal degree programme. Admission to LLB programmes can be obtained in one of two ways: 1) by entrance examinations such as the PU LLB, DU LLB, and MH CET Law, or 2) through qualifying exams. The candidate can select an entrance test based on the college to which they wish to apply; for example, to be admitted to Delhi University, a candidate must pass the DU LLB 2021 entrance exam. Make it a point to review the qualifying requirements before applying for an exam. Merit lists for counselling and seat allocation will be produced based on candidates’ test scores.