The word “law” signifies one of the most significant aspects of our constitution. And the law is India’s sole legal education, with all graduates gaining the title of lawyer. The Bar Council of India regulates law degree requirements, which allow students to enrol in one of two types of graduate courses:
three years of study following graduation from an undergraduate law programme or five years of integrated course study, which eventually earns the student a degree “with honours” and a prestigious degree in law.
Many law graduates choose to work in litigation or for corporate firms, while others choose to take Public Service Commission tests and become judges.
Furthermore, there are numerous chances to participate in policy creation and regulation in both government and non-governmental organizations.
However, the industry requires you to think clearly and logically while working under pressure and with meticulous planning.
Aside from that, you have the opportunity to work for yourself and play a vital role in the fight for justice.
Diploma: Class 10/12
UG: Class 12 along with entrance examination
PG: 3 year or 5-year graduation in Law
|National Law School of India University||Bengaluru|
|National Law University||New Delhi|
|Nalsar University of Law||Hyderabad|
|The West Bengal National University of Juridicial Sciences||Kolkata|
|Jamia Millia Islamia,New Delhi||New Delhi|
|Symbiosis Law School||Pune|
|Gujarat National Law University||Gandhinagar|
|Siksha `O` Anusandhan||Bhubaneswar|
|Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur||Kharagpur|
|Babasheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University||Lucknow|
|Saveetha Institute of Medical and Technical Sciences||Chennai|
|Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology||Bhubaneswar|
|Aligarh Muslim University||Aligarh|
|Shanmugha Arts Science Technology & Research Academy||Thanjavur|
|Lovely Professional University||Phagwara|
|Indian Law Institute||New Delhi|
|National Law Institute University||Bhopal|
|Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University||New Delhi|
|The Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law||Patiala|