For all the aspiring class 12 students who wish to pursue law, should have a look at the top colleges for law in India with their details.
1.National Law School of India University, Bangalore.
NLSIU, Bangalore offers various law courses to students at the undergraduate, postgraduate and doctorate (PhD) level. Students can also look for law programmes in distance mode from NLSIU.
For admission in UG course, students should have basic qualification of HSC/Intermediate (10+2) or any other equivalent exam from any recognised board. The eligibility criteria for the PG course are that students shoul
Warm welcome to our readers. We at CareerGuide.com provide the budding minds with ample information. This article is basically for all the students interested to join the line of judiciary and want to know about the earning capacity of lawyers.
Law is one such thing that has to be followed by everyone once passed. This makes judiciary an evergreen job. The Indian judiciary is never going to come to an end because we live in a democratic country.
People have the right to say whatever they wish to while some others won’t always agree to what one says. They will have different a
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
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.
Good career choice. Both LAW and finance are strong positions in any organization.
But my question to you is which role would you be playing in an organization. Lawyer or finance manager. Agreed that as a lawyer financial knowledge is a must, but for that is an MBA required.
Rather I feel you could opt for a Company secretary course. This would expose you to financial knowledge, knowledge in taxation and budgeting and at the sametime laws supporting the above domains.
In-case you are keen on management studies, I would suggest an MBA in industrial relations is a better
If you are in the 12th std, you can choose five year integrated course in Law by doing BA LLB / BCom LLB, BBA LLB, etc. You can appear for CLAT exam and aim for doing this from the top law schools in India.
If you are a graduate, you can get admission to three year LLB course. Ensure that the college is approved by Bar Council of India and is affiliated to a good University.
LLB degree is a minimum requirement for getting a law profile job or to do your own advocacy.
With LLB you can get job in secretarial department, law departments of companies. Corporate Lawyer you can defini
To study Constitutional Law and practice as a Lawyer, you first need to become a Law graduate from a recognised Univeristy and an Institute approved by Bar Council of India.
In which education level are you currently in? Please let me know.
1. If you are in 12th or passed 12th any stream, you can choose to go for BA LLB or BBA LLB. This would be a five years integrated course where you will become a graduate as well as law graduate. For this you may have to appear for an entrance test conducted by the concerned university or institute approved by Bar Council of India. You can al
Nice to know your aspiration to study Law. However please let me know which education level you are in? Whether 12th or graduate?
To study Law and practice as a Lawyer, you first need to become a Law graduate from a recognised Univeristy and an Institute approved by Bar Council of India.
1. If you are in 12th or passed 12th any stream, you can choose to go for BA LLB or BBA LLB. This would be a five years integrated course where you will become a graduate as well as law graduate. For this you may have to appear for an entrance test conducted by the concerned university or instit
Please note that once fear crops in, half the battle is lost.
Instead of fearing the subject and making it a mess, best would be to positively motivate self by saying, " I know my subject well and will give in my best"
At the sametime no last minute revision. Especially not discussing with friends before entering the exam hall.
Wish you good luck