Charles Pravin Paul’s Answer
Yes. In fact, there are certain specialties in patent law that require you to have an undergraduate degree in engineering or a related field.
However one cannot do it through distance education and should join a college.
Admission will be done on the basis of an entrance exam called CLAT.
There are two ways of getting law degree :
- 5 years integrated course in law after 10+2.
- 3 years integrated course in law after graduation in any field.
The syllabus for the entrance exam includes;
- Logical Reasoning
The eligibility criteria for LLB course after graduation are following:-
-The candidate must have completed graduation in any discipline from a recognized university.
-The duration for this LLB course is 3 years.
-There is no upper age-limit for admission. However a candidate must be at least 17 years of age on the date of application.
- A graduation degree with 45% marks (40% for reserved category) is the basic qualification required.
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