For students willing to pursue LLB right after completing their higher secondary education, they need to choose among BA LLB, BBA LLB, BCom LLB, BSc LLB, etc.. These are integrated courses and take 5 years to complete. However, graduates from any stream can get admitted to LLB for a 3-year course duration.
Most law colleges in India offer the course in an integrated format. The bachelor's degree in Law is known as LLB. Most institutes in India merge the LLB course with BA, BBA, B.Com courses and add LLB afterwards which becomes a 5 year-long law course. Studying law requires a lot of patience, perseverance, passion for the profession, credibility, etc. The job of a lawyer is a respected one and one of the highest-earning professions and the law graduates can get maximum independence in his/her profession.
Eligibility Criteria for LLB 2021
The student who is an integrated LLB aspirant has to pass the 12th level education in any stream with a minimum of 35% marks from any recognised state or central board of secondary education. For pursuing a 3 year long LLB, an individual must have completed a Bachelor's programme in any discipline.