Law Colleges in Godda, LLB Institutes 2018: Rank, Fees, Placement

Law Colleges in Godda

Law Colleges in Godda are chosen by students, who have great interest towards a profession as a lawyer. At the UG level, the law course in Godda is called as LLB. The duration of Law Course in Godda is generally three years and only after graduation, you can take admission in LLB course. Most of the top law institutes in Godda follow seminars, moot courts, practical training programs and tutorial work as part of the course. These classes are conducted to provide better practical experience to aspiring lawyers in Godda. In the case of 3-year course, candidates must possess a degree from a recognised institution along with law entrance exam score in Godda.

LLB Institutes in Godda

When it comes to admission to Integrated LLB courses in Godda, most colleges consider the CLAT Score of applicants. If a student takes up the CLAT examination and applying to CLAT colleges in Godda he should be 12th Passed with 45%-55%. After that he should apply to the law colleges in Godda that accept CLAT score. If a candidate wants to do Graduation and LLB, he/she can choose a 5-year integrated BA-LLB or BBA-LLB course in Godda. In the case of 5-year course, admission is generally based on merit secured in higher secondary along with entrance exam score. When it comes to the career in law in Godda, Mr Mukesh Maheshwari, a career expert suggests that law degree holders can practice on their own by setting up a small home office in Godda. Otherwise, they can also apply to top corporates, who are in need of legal help in Godda.

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0 # Vivaan Older than three months
Can I directly join a UG course in law after my higher secondary, also suggest law colleges in Godda?
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0 # Pallavi Older than three months
'If you have such an aim, you can choose integrated law courses like B.A. LL.B/B. Com- LL. B, etc. These are five-year courses and CLAT is mainly conducted for admission to this integrated course and for PG law course, You can be a candidate with higher secondary in any stream, some good law colleges in Godda are , '
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0 # Nishith Older than three months
Hii, I am from Godda, let me know Can I take up certificate courses and online courses in any branch of law?
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0 # Mukesh Older than three months
'Yes, there are institutions in India including Godda offering online and regular certificate courses in different legal specializations, The course duration of certificate courses will also be lower, so as the fee.'
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0 # Tushar Older than three months
Hello, I am from Godda, plz tell me Is there are separate entrance examination for law courses in any state in India?
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0 # Shruti Older than three months
'Most schools in India including Godda take the CLAT Score, However, some law schools like GLC or Government Law College, Mumbai and ILS Law College, Pune admit students based on Common Entrance Test conducted by Government of Maharashtra for an admission to different law courses.'
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0 # Nishith Older than three months
I am interested in cyber law and want to practice in this law, Which course should I take up, and also suggest some colleges in Godda for it?
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0 # Jagan Older than three months
'Some institutions offer one-year Post Graduate Diploma courses in different legal specializations, This means that you can take up Post Graduate Diploma in cyber law to specialize in this particular branch of law, It is not that you should be a UG law holder to apply to this course, law colleges in Godda are , '
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0 # Rohan Older than three months
Hii, I am from Godda, want to know What is the eligibility requirement to be met to apply for CLAT for PG admission?
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0 # Shruti Older than three months
'Candidates must be LL.B/B.L degree holders from Godda or any other place or they can hold an equivalent qualification from a recognized university with at least 55% of marks, which is 50% for reserved category candidates, Candidates, who are yet to complete or just have taken the final examination, can apply, but they will have to submit the proof of course completion.'
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