In India, you can go through Legal education in two ways. The traditional Way is going through a 3 or 4 year Graduation program after 12th and then enrolling oneself with LL.B. program which is typically a three year program. The newer way is to pursue a 5 year integrated law program directly after 12th.
In the 3 year LL.B. Program one goes for studying 28 subjects in law wherein a 5 year program student studies 52 different subjects in law along with getting opportunity to do multiple internships during the 5 year legal study period.
Law has been one of the most respected professions in India and worldwide since centuries. In litigant societies like the US and other western countries, legal career is one of the most sought after careers and only the brightest minds get admission in the top law schools. This trend is fast catching up in India too and law career options are opening up fast. Legal education in India has undergone a sea change since the pre and post-independence decades when brilliant Indian student used to go to the US and the UK to pursue legal education. The establishment of the first National Law School in Bangalore (NLSIU) has given a tremendous impetus to the legal education in India. Since then, many National Law Schools have come up. Also there has been a monumental increase in the number of private Institutes/Universities offering 5 year Law programmes.
|iQue Training Programs for Professional Careers after 12th (Open for All streams)|
|Name||Duration||Suitable for||Deliverables||Batch Starting Dates (Tentative)|
|2 Year Program||10th Passout Students||450+ hours of classroom training + common deliverables||During the months of April, May, June, July, August|
|1 Year Program||11th / 12th Passout Students||320+ hours of classroom training + common deliverables||During the months of April, May, June, July, August|
|Crash Extended Program||12th Appearing / Passout Students||200+ hours of classroom training + common deliverables||During the months of October, November and December|
|Crash Program||12th Appeared / Passout Students||160+ hours of classroom training + common deliverables||End of March (after 12th board exams)|
|Online Learning Program||Anyone||Live sessions, videos, notes, quizzes, exercises and tests||Anytime|
|Distance Learning Program||Anyone||Videos, notes, quizzes, exercises and tests||Anytime|
One can go for a 3 year degree after graduation or a 5 year/6 year integrated degree course after 12th in Law. After graduation one can pursue 1 year/ 2 year LL.M. degree or any Post Graduate Diploma Program in any specialized field of Law. Further one can pursue M.Phil or Ph.D. in Law. Click for more information
After going through basic study in law, one can choose to be part of active litigation or be a partner at a law firm or may also plan to be a legal consultant with any corporate. Also one may plan to go for higher studies in the areas of Legal, Management and Communication Etc. One may also plan to join any government job in administrative, banking, defense, railways or legal services. Click for more information
In the Pre Final or Final year of Graduation in law, many institutes/colleges offer different electives. A student may require choosing few subjects depending upon one’s interest and comfort from a bouquet of subjects. Commonly we hear candidates wanting to practice in the areas of criminal Law, civil law, taxation law, corporate law, Intellectual Property Law Etc. All these fall under the purview of various specializations in Law. Click for more information
CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) is known as the mother exam for entry in National Law Universities in India after 12th. Only one among all, National Law University-Delhi takes its own exam by the name of AILET (All India Law Entrance Test). Then there are many private universities which take their own exams including Symbiosis University, Christ University, Bharti Vidyapeeth University, Delhi University Etc. for both 3 year LL.B. and 5 Year Integrated Law Program. Click for more information
The top league National Law Universities being Bangalore, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Jodhpur, Gandhinagar, Bhopal and Raipur, as per the latest admission cycle there are 23 National Law Universities. The ranking of the universities along with their admission processes are given below. Click for more information
Today there are more than 1000 law colleges providing 5 Year law program but not all of them are good in terms of their reputation, subject delivery, faculties, infrastructure, alumni base Etc. We have listed some top Law schools along with their admission processes. Click for more information
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