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Pursuit Career Managers was started in the year 2014 by Prof. Harshit Shah with the vision of bridging the gap between the theoretical knowledge and the practical application in the field of commerce. As a professor he found that most of the students have no clue about why they are doing a course and how are they going to go about it till they graduate. Only attending lectures and doing nothing else in the 3-4 years of graduation will make them lethargic and in no way ready for the cut throat competition. He believes that a person can be successful in any career stream if he is passionate about that stream and his career is managed well.
Broadly, a person's career would include What stream he chooses, Why he chose it and How does he go about with it! A normal career counselor helps in deciding What stream to choose, but we go some steps ahead and stress equally on the Why and How too. Harshit Shah, Owner at Pursuit Career Managers, is a career counsellor based at Mumbai, Maharashtra area. View all career counsellors from Mumbai
Basically there are two types of LLB (Bachelor of legislative law) offered on the basis of educational qualification and the duration of same course. One of the LLB course offered for three years for students having a bachelor's degree and other is the LLB course is offered for five year for students having senior secondary degree. So being done your 12th you are eligible for the LLB five course for which there is no provision of minimum percentage marks required in the 12th to pursue the same course from many private universities with low rating. But for pursuing of this course
To become a judge first of all you will have to be a graduate in LLB. The students from any stream can take up the LLB course. After completing your 10+2 class from any stream you’ll have to give CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) entrance exams for doing the LLB. For appearing in the CLAT entrance exam you must have completed 10+2 class with a minimum of 50% marks and the age of the aspirant should be more than 20 years. In CLAT examination questions will be asked from Legal aptitude, logical reasoning, English, elementary mathematics and General Knowledge. After completing gr