LLB full form
LLB full form is Legum Baccalaureus, or as it is commonly known, the Bachelor of Law. The LLB course is offered by several prominent law colleges according to the guidelines prescribed by the bar council of India also known as BCI. The bar council of India is the highest law body that regulates the legal profession in the country as well as all the legal education in India. LLB programs can either be 3 years in duration or 5 years in duration.
There are a lot of reasons to pursue the LLB course. Other than the obvious advantage of being paid a hefty fee, the LLB course allows law graduates to get jobs in several other fields within the confines of being a legal aid, such as in media, academia, commerce, the corporate sector, politics, social work, and so on. The skills and knowledge that students gain from studying law help them in analyzing both sides of situations that are complex and devising the best solution on the basis of critical thinking and strong reasoning. There are also different types of LLB courses such as BBA LLB, BA LLB, B.Com LLB, and so on.
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