BA.LLB – Full Form (Bachelor of Arts & Bachelor of Legislative Law) is an integrated law degree that aspirants can pursue right after their Class 12. The duration of BA LLB course is five years. As part of a Bachelor of Arts in legislative law (BA.LLB) course aspirants are first taught Arts subjects such as Economics, History, Political Science, Sociology etc. Thereafter, aspirants are taught about law specialisations like Civil Law, Criminal Law, Labour Law, Tax Law, Administrative Law, Corporate Law, Patent Law and the likes.
As part of an integrated BA.LLB course, candidates are imparted education not only through classroom teaching methods but also by means of case studies and moot courts.
BA.LLB course requires aspirants to be hardworking and extremely thorough in their subject. Some key skills that aspirants should possess in order to perform well in BA.LLB course are listed below:
Fluency, Ability to assimilate and analyse facts
|Ability to work long hours||Objectivity|
|Good judgment of situation/people||Persuasiveness|
|Interest in Research||Integrity|
Candidates are eligible to pursue a BA.LLB course if they have completed their 10+2 from a recognised board. Apart from this, most popular law colleges also fix a minimum marks requirement in order to be eligible to apply for BA.LLB course offered by them. By means of this criteria, candidates belonging to General/ OBC/ Specially abled persons categories need to secure at least 45% marks at their 10+2 level in order to pursue a BA.LLB course and the percentage fixed for SC/ ST category is 40%.
There is no age limit criteria that candidates need to fulfill in order to apply for BA.LLB course admissions.