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what course should i take to do LLB in

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Shikha’s Answer

BALLB would be the recommended option from my side to you.

After completing your BA LLB, you'd become a lawyer but in case things go south, BA will give you more career options to look at.

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Shraddha’s Answer

In India, you can pursue LLB course right after your Intermediate or 12th standard. This would be a 5 year integrated programme in which you are required to choose among BA LLB, BBA LLB, BCom LLB, BSc LLB, etc. For this you need to appear for CLAt exam which is a common entrance test and basis the score, you get to choose the college from where you want to study the subject.

If you are looking to pursue a degree in Law post your graduation then you need to enroll for a 3 year programme. Many universities offer this programme.

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vijaykant’s Answer

you are eligible to pursue LLB course after the completion of your 12th standard/PUC. To join in LLB course, you should appear for CLAT(Common Law Admission Test ). If you can qualify CLAT exam, then you are eligible to get admission in LLB Undergraduate courses like BA LLB, B.Sc LLB, B Com LLB, BBA LLB, etc. These are five year integrated LAW courses, which you can do after the completion of your Pre-university.

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