Legum Baccalaureus (LLB) in Distance Education / Correspondence
LLB Distance Education is a three-year professional law degree program that leads aspirants to a career in legal profession. Aspirants who want to make a career in law field can either pursue LLB or take BA LLB. Law is one of the oldest field of studies, still very popular and highly desired by many students, even, in this age of technology. LLB Degree promises a career in law field and hard work can bring tremendous legal knowledge and fame. Bar Council of India (BAR) is the statutory body which regulates the legal education and legal profession, in India. Distance LLB imparts comprehensive knowledge of laws persisting in the country, law makers, law executors’, law implementors, and procedure followed in making, executing and implementing laws. Being a professional course, it is sought by huge number of aspirants in distance mode. There are several, UGC-AIU-BCI approved, universities in India offering Regular LLB Degree delivered using Distance/ Correspondence/ Online education techniques.
University Grants Commission
Association of Indian Universities
Bar Council Of India
Bar Council of India (BCI) regulates the legal education and legal profession in India. In order, to ensure quality law education and to monitor the standard of aspirants entering legal profession, BCI doesn’t recognize distance/ correspondence LLB. Thus, no university is allowed to offer LLB through Distance Education. However, there are several universities in India, utilizing distance education techniques in delivering Regular mode LLB Degree.
Candidates having Graduation or Post-Graduation degree in any discipline are eligible for taking admission into LLB.
Aspirants who have obtained graduation in open mode without having basic 10+2 qualification are not eligible for taking admission into LLB.
Aspirants who have completed graduation in 10+2+3 scheme are only eligible for taking admission to this course.
50K – 80K Per Year (As fees varies according to universities)
There is no upper age limit to apply for admission in LLB.
To facilitate aspirants, not able attend colleges, in pursuing LLB degree.
To enable aspirants to understand laws of the land, legal issues and other aspects related to law.
To equip students, from various background, with legal knowledge, so that they can start their career in legal world.
To equip students with analytical, research and reasoning skills for a better understanding of legal education and legal profession.
To make candidates capable of understanding the law through various perspectives.
To introduce aspirants with the techniques, old & modern, used in legal profession.
After successfully completing the course, aspirants can practice as lawyers in any Indian court. In order to be a licenced lawyer who can practice in any Indian court, the candidate have to acquire “Certificate of Practice”, which is awarded by Bar Council of India (BCI) after passing “All India Bar Examination’” held and regulated by the BCI itself. Apart from, being a lawyer, there are wide range of career options available to the aspirants completing LLB Degree: