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BA LLB (Hons)

School: JLU School of Law
Course length: 5 Years

Fee Structure (In ):

Tuition Fee
(Per Annum)
Exam Fee
(Per Annum)
Alumni Fee
(One – Time)
Caution Money
(One – Time)
Digitalization Fee
(Per Annum)
Admission Fee
(One – Time)
120,000 12,000 10,000 5,000 3,000 20,000

Course Objectives:

The objective of the course is to impart an integrated knowledge of law and other disciplines including History, Political Science, English, etc. The students get a strong footing for undertaking professional legal education and to have a competitive acumen. It provides for compulsory practical training and mandatory Moot Court practice.

About the course:

It is a five year course comprising of ten semesters on completion of which a student earns a graduate degree in law. This course is designed to acquaint a student with the conceptual and operational parameters of general principles of law and its operation in the society. These courses help to understand how central and state governments function and how legislations are enacted and enforced. Apart from the traditional ways like lecture, assignments etc teaching pedagogy will cover up most up-to-date methods such as research, case studies, presentations and discussions.

Career Path:

One can choose from various options such as practice, judicial services, administrative services, legal associate in law firms, legal consultancy services, etc.

Eligibility Criteria: Admission to a 5 year integrated undergraduate degree at School of Law; JLU Bhopal requires a Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) qualification with a minimum of 50% or an equivalent qualification in any discipline from a recognized school under ICSE, CBSE, IB or any of the State Boards. Admission will be on the basis of CLAT/LSAT score card and a Personal Interview. For students who have not appeared for the CLAT/LSAT examination, a separate University entrance exam shall be conducted. Students will be required to either clear the CLAT/LSAT exam or the University entrance exam followed by a Personal Interview round. However, a separate University form will have to be submitted.