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( Bachelor of Legislative Law)



3 Years



Total Intake

Eligibility Criteria

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The Bachelor of Laws (LLB) is a professional graduate degree in law, providing students with a comprehensive understanding of legal principles, systems, and practices. This program prepares students for a career in the legal profession, equipping them with the knowledge and skills needed to navigate the complexities of the law.

Programme Objectives

Programme Outcome


The LLB program employs a multidimensional approach to legal education, blending lectures, seminars, case studies, moot court exercises, and legal clinics. This pedagogical strategy is designed to provide students with both theoretical knowledge and practical skills. Engaging with real-world legal issues, students learn to apply legal principles effectively, develop strong analytical and problem-solving abilities, and enhance their advocacy and research skills. The curriculum encourages active participation and collaboration, fostering a comprehensive understanding of the law and its application.

Programme Educational Objectives


  1. Comprehensive coverage of national and international legal principles.
  2. Development of critical thinking, analytical, and argumentative skills.
  3. Training in legal research, writing, and advocacy.
  4. Opportunities for practical experience through moot courts, internships, and clinics.

Value Proposition

Opens pathways to diverse careers within the legal profession and beyond.

Equips graduates with a versatile skill set, applicable in various sectors.

Fosters a deep understanding of the law, promoting justice and societal well-being.

Provides a foundation for further studies and specialization in law.

Career Prospects

Graduates of the LLB program can pursue a range of career opportunities, including:

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