BA LLB (Hons)

LLB (Hons): 3 Years


Welcome to Our LLB(Hons) Program: Unveiling the Path to Legal Excellence

Embark on a journey towards a fulfilling legal career with our comprehensive LLB(Hons) (Bachelor of Laws) program. At Indus University, we offer an exceptional educational experience designed to equip students with the knowledge, skills, and ethical foundation necessary to succeed in the dynamic field of law.

Program Overview:

Our LLB program is meticulously crafted to provide students with a well-rounded understanding of legal principles, theories, and practical applications. Our curriculum delves into various areas of law, including constitutional law, contract law, criminal law, tort law, property law, and more. Through engaging lectures, interactive seminars, and hands-on exercises, students gain a deep insight into the intricacies of the legal system.

FRC Approval : Fees Rs. 1,00,000/- Yearly  

ELIGIBILITY

All the students who are graduates from any discipline from recognized universities having 45 % or equivalent grade for General and EWS category, 42 %  or  equivalent grade for SEBC Candidates and 40 % or equivalent grade for SC and ST candidates are eligible to apply by admission process.

Course Duration: 3 Years (06 Semesters)

As Three Years’ LL.B. Programme is a professional Programme, the structure of the programme will depend upon the circulars and instructions published by the Bar Council of India time to time. At present this programme is divided into six semesters. However, the Bar Council of India may change the structure of this programme pursuant to New Education Policy 2020. In such circumstances, this programme structure may be changed by the Indus University Such changes, if done shall be binding to the students  admitted in Indus University.

  • To prepare students to respond to government, administration, and human behaviour, law, should be studied in the context of humanities and social sciences.
  • To guide and shape public and private organisations, including the government, community groups, and social businesses.
  • To gain a thorough understanding of the law in response to modern developments, as well as practical experience in legal knowledge and abilities within a moral framework in a rapidly modernising India.
  • Develop the capacity to evaluate the law in light of current trends on a national and international level.
  • Show that you are knowledgeable about the norms of professional ethics and how they apply to the legal profession.
  • Students will comprehend the fundamental ideas of management. Students will learn about the development of public policy and public administration as well as the need for it.
  • Students will learn about the significant Indian economic sectors. The students who are focused on the analysis of the Indian economy will be given analytical skills training.
  • This course's major goal is to instil human values and concern in law students by exposing them to literary materials.
  • Through the use of literature, this course also aims to improve the student's listening, speaking, reading, and writing abilities, as well as their ability to analyse case law from a linguistic standpoint.
  • This course's goal is to familiarise students with Colonial India's expanding administrative, judicial, and legislative institutions, and it will assist students in gaining a proper understanding of the current legal system.
  • Learn the skills necessary to conduct doctrinal and empirical research, including the use of a variety of research methods and procedures.
  • To evaluate, examine, and attempt to apply rules and regulations to social and legal issues in an effort to discover answers.

Course Scope in India

After graduating from college, many people choose to pursue careers in law since it is seen as a secure career path. The individual may pursue a career as an advocate or an attorney if they successfully complete the LLB (Hons) programme. A person with an LLB (Hons) degree from top Indian law college can choose between working for the government and as a private attorney. To work in the public sector, an applicant often needs to pass an entrance exam administered by the Public Service Commission.

Then, some people might additionally choose to pursue LLM or even a Ph.D in higher education. One can choose to specialise at the master's level, which can help their career prospects and resume. Again, others may choose to enter the increasingly popular field of teaching.

Workshops, Skill development programmes

Indian National Bar Association (INBA) takes the opportunity to present an integrated certificate course developing the soft skills of law students, lawyers and legal. The course sensitizes the need of effective soft skills in legal professionals, providing proper attribution to soft skills.

Highlights of course

  • Acclaimed professionals on the subject as faculty
  • Interactive sessions of International professors through projectors
  • Emphasis on practical aspect than theory
  • Certificate Course
  • Sponsored and recommended by Law Firms
  • Interactive sessions and workshops
  • Scholarships
  • Weekend classes

Law officer: A law officer is in charge of policing all legal matters pertaining to the organisation. Their principal responsibility is to keep the company out of difficulties with the law.

Junior Lawyer: In essence, junior lawyers are recent graduates who have just begun their professions. They should work for a supporter to obtain experience and develop the necessary abilities.

Advocate: An advocate is a person who manages and resolves a client's legal issues from beginning to end. Advocates operate as clients' legal representatives.

Trial lawyer: Trial lawyers are another name for litigators. They are in charge of overseeing every stage of the litigation, including the preliminary hearing, pleadings, discovery, trial, settlement, and appeal procedures.

Private Practice: They are private attorneys who may work out of their homes or offices for a firm or practice.

Lecturer: In a college or university, a lecturer will create and deliver lessons and lectures to cover the material for the legal degree syllabus.

Indus University has an autonomous vertical - Training & Placement Department (T & P Dept.) - that connects two vital ends: education and the industry. It exemplifies a link between schools and university constituent associations (entry-level input) and the sector (output-end at the finishing level).

The Training and Placement Department was established in 2006. It was previously affiliated with the Indus Institute of Technology & Engineering until becoming a part of the Indus University in 2012.

The Training and Placement Department is the hub for career assistance for students from all programmes and streams at the university. It provides students with overall career solutions by encouraging them to choose and pursue their ideal vocations.

ELIGIBILITY

All the students who are graduates from any discipline from recognized universities having 45 % or equivalent grade for General and EWS category, 42 %  or  equivalent grade for SEBC Candidates and 40 % or equivalent grade for SC and ST candidates are eligible to apply by admission process.

Course Duration: 3 Years (06 Semesters)

As Three Years’ LL.B. Programme is a professional Programme, the structure of the programme will depend upon the circulars and instructions published by the Bar Council of India time to time. At present this programme is divided into six semesters. However, the Bar Council of India may change the structure of this programme pursuant to New Education Policy 2020. In such circumstances, this programme structure may be changed by the Indus University Such changes, if done shall be binding to the students  admitted in Indus University.

The Objective of the Course

  • To prepare students to respond to government, administration, and human behaviour, law, should be studied in the context of humanities and social sciences.
  • To guide and shape public and private organisations, including the government, community groups, and social businesses.
  • To gain a thorough understanding of the law in response to modern developments, as well as practical experience in legal knowledge and abilities within a moral framework in a rapidly modernising India.
  • Develop the capacity to evaluate the law in light of current trends on a national and international level.
  • Show that you are knowledgeable about the norms of professional ethics and how they apply to the legal profession.

Course Outcomes at Indus University

  • Students will comprehend the fundamental ideas of management. Students will learn about the development of public policy and public administration as well as the need for it.
  • Students will learn about the significant Indian economic sectors. The students who are focused on the analysis of the Indian economy will be given analytical skills training.
  • This course's major goal is to instil human values and concern in law students by exposing them to literary materials.
  • Through the use of literature, this course also aims to improve the student's listening, speaking, reading, and writing abilities, as well as their ability to analyse case law from a linguistic standpoint.
  • This course's goal is to familiarise students with Colonial India's expanding administrative, judicial, and legislative institutions, and it will assist students in gaining a proper understanding of the current legal system.
  • Learn the skills necessary to conduct doctrinal and empirical research, including the use of a variety of research methods and procedures.
  • To evaluate, examine, and attempt to apply rules and regulations to social and legal issues in an effort to discover answers.

Course Scope in India

After graduating from college, many people choose to pursue careers in law since it is seen as a secure career path. The individual may pursue a career as an advocate or an attorney if they successfully complete the LLB (Hons) programme. A person with an LLB (Hons) degree from top Indian law college can choose between working for the government and as a private attorney. To work in the public sector, an applicant often needs to pass an entrance exam administered by the Public Service Commission.

Then, some people might additionally choose to pursue LLM or even a Ph.D in higher education. One can choose to specialise at the master's level, which can help their career prospects and resume. Again, others may choose to enter the increasingly popular field of teaching.

Workshops, Skill development programmes

Indian National Bar Association (INBA) takes the opportunity to present an integrated certificate course developing the soft skills of law students, lawyers and legal. The course sensitizes the need of effective soft skills in legal professionals, providing proper attribution to soft skills.

Highlights of course

  • Acclaimed professionals on the subject as faculty
  • Interactive sessions of International professors through projectors
  • Emphasis on practical aspect than theory
  • Certificate Course
  • Sponsored and recommended by Law Firms
  • Interactive sessions and workshops
  • Scholarships
  • Weekend classes

Job Prospects in Future

Law officer: A law officer is in charge of policing all legal matters pertaining to the organisation. Their principal responsibility is to keep the company out of difficulties with the law.

Junior Lawyer: In essence, junior lawyers are recent graduates who have just begun their professions. They should work for a supporter to obtain experience and develop the necessary abilities.

Advocate: An advocate is a person who manages and resolves a client's legal issues from beginning to end. Advocates operate as clients' legal representatives.

Trial lawyer: Trial lawyers are another name for litigators. They are in charge of overseeing every stage of the litigation, including the preliminary hearing, pleadings, discovery, trial, settlement, and appeal procedures.

Private Practice: They are private attorneys who may work out of their homes or offices for a firm or practice.

Lecturer: In a college or university, a lecturer will create and deliver lessons and lectures to cover the material for the legal degree syllabus.

Placement Cell at Indus

Indus University has an autonomous vertical - Training & Placement Department (T & P Dept.) - that connects two vital ends: education and the industry. It exemplifies a link between schools and university constituent associations (entry-level input) and the sector (output-end at the finishing level).

The Training and Placement Department was established in 2006. It was previously affiliated with the Indus Institute of Technology & Engineering until becoming a part of the Indus University in 2012.

The Training and Placement Department is the hub for career assistance for students from all programmes and streams at the university. It provides students with overall career solutions by encouraging them to choose and pursue their ideal vocations.



Key Features:

Expert Faculty: Learn from distinguished faculty members who are renowned experts in their respective fields, bringing a wealth of knowledge and real-world experience to the classroom.

Practical Training: Enhance your legal skills through practical training opportunities, including moot court competitions, legal clinics, internships, and simulations of legal proceedings.

Ethical Education: Develop a strong ethical framework and understanding of professional responsibility through dedicated courses and discussions on legal ethics, integrity, and moral dilemmas.

Specialization Options: Tailor your learning experience with elective courses that allow you to explore specific areas of law, such as environmental law, intellectual property law, human rights law, or corporate law.

Research Opportunities: Engage in cutting-edge legal research and scholarship, culminating in a final year project or dissertation that showcases your analytical prowess and critical thinking abilities.

Extracurricular Activities: Immerse yourself in a vibrant legal community by participating in extracurricular activities such as student-run law journals, moot court teams, legal aid clinics, and student organizations focused on advocacy and social justice.

Career Prospects:

Upon successful completion of our LLB program, you will be well-prepared to embark on a rewarding legal career. Whether you aspire to become a solicitor, barrister, legal advisor, corporate counsel, or pursue further education in law or related fields, our program will provide you with the foundation you need to succeed.

Join Us:

Experience the transformative power of legal education at Indus University. Apply now and embark on a journey towards legal excellence with our LLB(Hons) program. For more information, visit our website or contact our admissions office today.

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FAQs

What careers are open to LLB (Hons) graduates?

The candidate may work as a lawyer or advocate, a corporate advisor, or in a variety of other professions after completing the programme.

What is the application process for the LLB (Hons) programme?

You can either apply immediately based on the results of the qualifying exam or take an entrance exam to be considered for admission to LLB (Hons) programmes in the best law college in India.

How is the LLB (Hons) entrance exam structured?

There are admission exams for law, such as the CLAT, AILET, and SET, with a course that includes logical reasoning, general knowledge, and legal aptitude.

Can I practise law once I get an LLB (Hons) degree?

Candidates who have earned their LLB degree from top Indian law college are required to show up for the BCI's All India Bar Examination (AIBE). For all law graduates to be able to practise law, they must pass the bar test. Advocates who graduated after 2010 are required by all Indian state bar bodies to pass this test.

Department Activities

Field Visit & Survey

With a view to gaining insight into the awareness, perception, and experiences of the residents of nearby villages of Indus University, law students from the Indian Institute of Law, Indus University, conducted a field survey on fundamental rights as enshrined in the Constitution of India under the guidance of Dr. Priya Khandivar and CS Vihasi Shah. The survey aimed to assess the awareness, access, and protection of these fundamental rights within the community.

Group Discussion on "Legal Aspects of Contract Drafting"

Indus Institute of Law organized a group discussion on "Legal Aspects of Contract Drafting" on October 05, 2023, bringing together students from various law programs for a valuable exchange of ideas and insights. The discussion aimed to enhance participants' understanding of contract drafting's legal intricacies, foster critical thinking and communication skills, and divided students into groups to discuss specific aspects of contract drafting. These discussions were crucial for shaping future legal professionals and advancing their expertise in the dynamic field of contract law.

Induction & Student Empowerment Program - 2023

Indus Institute of Law, in conjunction with the Institute of Sciences, Humanities, and Liberal Studies (IISHLS), organized an Induction & Student Empowerment Program - 2023 on July 27, 2023.The program covered a wide array of Topics, including Expert Talks by Mr. B.N. Dastoor, University Rules and Regulations, Examination Pattern, Information Session on ERP/IT, details about the Students Activity Cell, Career Guidance and Placement Activities. The Orientation Program also provided aspiring law students with a comprehensive introduction to legal education, familiarizing them with the legal profession, the structure of the law school and the various academic and extracurricular opportunities available to them.