What is the full form of LLB?
The full form of LLB is Legum Baccalaureus. Three years following high school graduation, students can enroll in the Juris Doctor (LLB) program. Many prestigious universities in India offer the required LLB course in accordance with regulations set by the (BCI).
The Bar Council of India (BCI) serves as India’s supreme governing body for the legal sector. There are both 3-year & 5-year options for introductory-level law degrees.
After completing the requirements of the 10+2 program, students interested in law and the Constitution should consider enrolling in the LLB program.
All students with even a passing interest in Indian Constitution & criminal law should take this course. Students who are able to remember and articulate all of the course material should apply.
- The candidate needs to have completed graduate-level coursework at an accredited institution.
- The majority of universities have entrance exam cutoffs at a specific percentage. As an example, Delhi University requires a minimum of 50 percent in order to graduate.
- Note: When compared to private universities, which tend to have more flexible admissions requirements, public universities will provide SC/ST applicants with a higher threshold for admissions eligibility based on their cumulative grade point average.
The tuition at a good legal school usually ranges between INR 20,000 to 2,000,000 per year.