One of the most popular courses in the field of Law is LLB or Legum Baccalaureus or Bachelor of Legislative Law offered to law aspirants. This degree of graduation is offered at all law colleges in India and the syllabus is regulated by the Bar Council of India (BCI).

With an all-time high demand, an LLB course allows the student to leverage from a range of job opportunities in both governments, privates as well as non-profit sectors. Adding to that, any student who is aspiring for higher education has an option to go for LL.M or Masters of Law Programmes.

Program Details

This 3-year law program is structured in a way to educate the students on the legal laws included in the constitution like Criminal Laws, Family Laws, Contractual Laws, Labour Laws, Civil laws, Legal Writing, and so on. The entire program schedule is divided into 6 semesters imparting a deeper knowledge and elaborate experience in understanding all the constitutional laws.


First Year


Labour Law

Family Laws

International Economics Law

Constitutional Law

Women and Law

Professional Ethics

Contractual Law

Law of Tort and Consumer Protection Act


Second Year:

Law of Evidence


Environmental Law

Law of Insurance

Comparative Law


Property Law and transfer of Property Act

Human Rights and International Law

Arbitration, Conciliation, and Alternative

Intellectual Property Law


Third Year:

Training in Moot Court

Interpretation of Statutes

Civil Procedure Court (CPC)

Code of Criminal Procedure

Land Laws including Ceiling and other Local News

Legal Writing


Training in Drafting

Company Law

Administrative Law

Cooperative Law

Banking Law and Negotiable Instruments Act

Law of Taxation

Eligibility Criteria

Every LLB admission into 3 years is based on qualifying entrance exams as conducted by the colleges and law schools. Although there are some private colleges that take direct admissions as well. Here are some popular entrance exams for honors in LLB;

  • LSAT
  • AP Law CET
  • BHU UET Law
  • LPU NEST Law

DU LLB Entrance Test

Future Scope

Law is one such field of study that is hardly impacted by any sort of economic downfall. The need for skilled and talented lawyers or attorneys will always keep trending. Not only for the general public or as a public prosecutor, but today lawyers are also needed for corporate legal dealings, legal handlings for NGOs, and many many other places. But the lucrative salary structure and career opportunities the government sector provides attracts the majority of the graduates.  However, there is always an option for higher studies in your hand.

Top Colleges for LLB

  • Symbiosis Law School, Pune

Fees: 7 Lakhs (approx)    Exams: Any

  • GNLU Gandhinagar (NLU) –  Gujrat National Law University

Fees: 10 lakhs (approx)   Exams: CLAT

  • Punjab University (PUCHD)

Fees: Exams: PU LLB Entrance, PU CET(UG)

  • ILS Law College, Pune

Fees: 1.2 lakhs (approx)  Exams: MH CET Law

  • BHU – Baranras Hindu University

Fees:  Exams: BHU UET

  • Chandigarh University

Fees: 2.8 lakhs (approx)

  • Government Law College, Mumbai

Fees: 21 lakhs (approx)   Exam: MHCET Law

  • SAGE University, Indore

Fees: 1.4 lakhs,   Exams: CLAT, AILET, LSAT India, SEE

  • ALC – Asian Law College, Noida

Fees: 3.5 – 5.3 lakhs,    Exams: CLAT, LSAT


In order to apply for a Bachelors’s degree in LLB or rather sit for most of the entrance exams, a candidate must have scored 50% -55% aggregate percentage in 10+2 education.

Once you have completed you can continue as;

    1. Lawyer
    2. Advocate
    3. Legal Advisor
    4. Solicitor
    5. Teacher or Lecturer

The top companies recruiting for graduates in LLB includes;

    1. Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A Shroff & Co.
    2. Khaitan & CO
    3. AZB & Partners
    4. Luthra & Luthra Law Offices
    5. J Sagar Associates
    6.  S&R Associates
    7. Talwar Thakore & Associates
    8. Desai & Diwanji
    9.  Economic Laws Practice