After completing 10+2, candidates are open to opt for an education in law and then to go for the integrated course in law is undoubtedly a great choice to begin with for the education and a career in law ahead. The integrated course in law such as BA/B.Com/BBA LLB will be for 5-years duration. Since this is an integrated course, the topics covered will be an amalgam of both LLB and the Bachelors degree. The course covers some of the specialized fields in law. They are as given under:-
- Constitutional Law
- Administrative Law
- International Law
- Labor Laws
- Tax Laws
- Corporate Laws
- Civil Law
- Criminal Law
- Patent Law
- Property Law
The five years integrated program for law is an undergraduate Law professional degree course in which LL.B. stands for Legum Baccalaureus. The course work includes not only classroom study but also includes mock court drills, case studies, internships, etc. After having completed the course, there are various career options available such as private practice, government jobs, corporate sector jobs, teaching, etc. Given below are the eligibility conditions for appearing for the law after +2 entrance exams such as CLAT, SLAT, PU BA-LLB etc.
Law after +2 Eligibility
For integrated undergraduate degrees such as BA LLB, B.Sc. LLB, BBA LLB, B.Com LLB etc. (for the 5-year law course)
- Required Academic Qualification- Those candidates who have passed their or H.S.C. (12th class) examination from a recognized board in any stream or Intermediate are eligible for this course.
- Minimum Marks- Having 50% marks in H.S.C. (12th class) examination or Intermediate are eligible. The general and OBC category students should have 45% marks in 12th. For the SC/ST candidates to appear in the law after +2 entrance exams, the minimum marks required are 40%.
- Age Limit- Twenty (20) years of age for the candidates belonging to unreserved categories. Twenty-Two (22) years of age as for candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC/Specially-abled Persons/Persons with disabilities (SAP/PWD) categories.
- The law after +2 aspirants should have qualified 12th in their single attempt. Candidates with compartment or have previously appeared in the compartment exam, are not eligible to appear in the law entrances after +2.
- Candidates who have completed their 12th exam from distance learning or open school are not eligible to appear in the law after +2 entrance exams.
- Law after +2 aspirants must keep their documents ready as they are highly required during the admission to the graduation programme in law and need to be produced during the counselling, therefore the documents are also a determinant of their eligibility condition.