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Having a patent is beneficial in making both a good name as well as to earn a lot of money. Owning a patent to an object essentially means that no one in the world can make the same product as yours legally and can make money off of it without your concern. You can grant your patent rights to someone too. This is usually done for a lot of money if your idea is really good. There is no specific field of education that you need to pursue in order to get a patent for an idea. Rather you do not need to have a formal education too to have a patent to your name.
For example, Steve Jobs
Hi Rahul. Are you pursuing Law or wish to pursue the same? If you are passionate about this degree and determined to pursue this of course there is a great number of options.
All you need is strong dedication and patience and of course you need to learn to be tricky .
:). All the best.
Our India is well known for its diversities in culture and freedom for thoughts all over the world. That's why it has become mandatory to minimize the inequalities among the citizens to keep peace in the nation. After independence, there seems a tremendous rise in the Legal profession to oversee the constitution systematically. Studying in Law studies is one of the best things to choose such a noble profession. The demand of holistic lawyers and judges is always sought at various positions of the legal profession.
The key role of a legal profession is to fulfill all the objectives
National Green Law Tribunal is a statutory body, established on 18th Oct 2010 under the National Green Tribunal Act, to adjudicate the cases pertaining to environment protection and conservation of forests and other natural resources including enforcement of legal rights relating to environment and grant of appropriate compensation and damages, to persons and property in matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.
The National Green Tribunal proposes to engage Law Clerks to be provided at its Zonal Bench functioning at Chennai. The candidates desirous of applying for the engagement as L
National Law University is the best.
Well, there are various exams conducted by IBPS and IBPS specialised officer is one of those exams wherein various specialised officers are selected by them. One among those specialised officers is law officers for the banks. Thus IBPS specialised officer recruitment for Public Sector Banks is done through this recruitment method of IBPS Specialised Officer Examination, in addition to this, some of the banks such as SBI, NABARD, SIDBI conduct their own examinations time to time for such posts. All a candidate needs is to be qualified for the post to apply for the examination to a law officer.
You can pursue a 3 years LLB course from any Institute recognised by the Bar Council of India.
Eligibility is any Graduate with minimum 50% and one needs to clear an entrance exam. Check with the Institute you are intetested in.
You can select a specialization only in the 3rd year.
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Well, law forms a vital component in the successful integration of people; it can impress a person with its inbuilt readiness to change itself in accordance with society. One can choose law for this reason amongst several other reasons. One very convincible reason for choosing law is that with the power of knowing law a lawyer can practice law independently without having to listen to any boss and his earning capacity can be defined to ‘Sky’s Limit’.
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