BA LLB stands for Bachelor of Arts & Bachelor of Legislative Law is an integrated law degree which students can pursue after the completion of class 12th examination. The course is a mixture of degree in art and law studies. The duration of this course is of five years.
Students are taught art subjects such as Economics, History, Political Science, Sociology etc as part of the course. Henceforth, students are trained in law specialisations like human rights, constitution, legal system, Civil Law, Criminal Law, Labour Law, Tax Law, Administrative Law, Corporate Law, Patent Law and so on. Students are given dynamic exposure as part of the course, pupils are trained with practical exposure such as internships in court, moot courts, presentation, projects and more.
BA LLB Eligibility Criteria
Before delving into the know-how of course it is crucial that the candidates are well informed with the eligibility criteria of BA LLB programme.
The eligibility criteria lays down the sets of guidelines which are required to be conformed in order to take the admission in the programme. Students are required to complete their 12 years education or r 10+2 from a recognised university. Apart from this, candidates are required to meet the marking criteria of the law course. It varies as per the college, and according to different category holds a different criteria towards the admission selection procedure. Students falling in the general category are required to bag a minimum of 45 – 50% to meet the eligibility criteria. Candidates falling in reserved category are required to bag a percentage from 40-45% depending on the college. There is no age limit criteria that candidates need to fulfill in order to apply for BA LLB course admissions.
Importance of an Experienced Faculty
The faculty of any institute plays the role of an anchor in a student’s life. It is under the mentorship of a true teacher that students are nurtured into professionals of tomorrow. A teacher is that coach in a student’s life who imparts skills like legal knowledge, developing competence,soft skills, professionalism, providing motivation for engaging with the moral dimensions of professional life. Only a person who has undergone the unknown path of life can lead the way for the lot paving the same way. A teacher acts like a torch bearer in the seemingly dark tunnel (law education) to its students who are yet to be shown the path towards the light (Completion of law) beyond it.
About Jindal Law School Faculty:-
Jindal law school is one of the finest education centres in the country imparting training law programme under the guidance of experienced faculty. A team of professionals are continually striving to enhance the educational experience of law students.
Pedagogue from prestigious universities such as Harvard University, University of Delhi, Cambridge University, and more are a part of Jindal law school, and conduct dynamic sessions to groom into professionals of tomorrow.
In a student’s journey, a teacher is the one with whom he/ she spends maximum time with, learns lessons of the specialization and more importantly lessons of life.