Overview

Five-year certification in Bachelor of Arts & Bachelor of Laws [B.A.L.L.B.] is a double degree proficient course in regulatory law.

It covers subjects identified with Arts field, for example, Economics, History, Sociology and Political Science and so on close by specific fields of law like Criminal Law, Corporate Law, Patent Law, Administrative Law, Tax Law, International Law and Labor Law. B.A.L.L.B. calls for the candidates with attention to detail, reasoning and critical judgment skills.

This professional course covers subjects of Arts like History, Economics, Sociology etc. also law fields such as Tax Laws, Criminal Laws, Corporate Laws etc.

Courses & Eligibility

The minimum eligibility criteria for B.A.L.L.B. is not very typical. The requirements for the course are given below:

  • 12th passed with min 50% marks
  • Student of any stream can apply for admission in B.A.L.L.B.
  • Also through Entrance Exams

Course Curriculum

The syllabus of the course of Bachelor of Arts & Bachelor of Laws [B.A.L.L.B.] may differ from college to college, but the structure is the same. A definite syllabus of the same is as per the following:


Year-I

Legal System
History (Indian History)
History (Legal History)
Political Science
Legal Contracts
English and legal language
Sociology (Introduction to Sociology)
Economics (Micro Economics)
Sociology (Indian Society)
Economics (Macro Economics)
Environmental Studies
Techniques of Communication, Client Interviewing and counseling

Year-II


Business Law
Family Law
Constitutional Law
Law of crimes
Administrative Law
Advocacy Skills
History
Law of Torts and consumer crimes
Sociology(Sociology and law)
Economics (Economic development and policy)

Year-III


Code of Civil procedure
Code of Criminal procedure
Law of Evidence
Corporate Law
Jurisprudence
Public International law
Human right Law
Property Law
Summer Training Project
Investment and competition Law


Year-IV

Land Laws
Land and technology
Intellectual Property Rights
Labor Law
Environmental Law
Tax law
Interpretation of Statutes
Law, property, and development
International Trade Law

Optional Subjects (Any one of the following):
a. Women and Law
b. Air and Space Law
c. Election Law d. International Commercial Law

Year-V

Legal Ethics and Court Craft
Drafting, Pleading, and Conveyancing
Legal Writing and Research (Seminars and Research paper)
Dissertation
Internship


Optional Subjects (Any two of the following):
a. Banking and Insurance Law
b. International Humanitarian Law
c. Indirect Taxes
d. International Refugee Law
e. Criminology
f. Socio-Economic Offences
g. International Economic Law
h. Private International Law
i. Law of International Organisations
j. Health Care Law
k. Security Law
l. Forensic Sciences
m. Comparative Law


Career Prospect

After Completion of B.A.L.L.B., a person can get the following designations:

  • Assistant Legal Advisor
  • Company Secretary
  • Advocate
  • Deputy Legal Advisor
  • Legal Advisor
  • Law Reporter
  • Notary
  • Trustee
  • Oath Commissioner
  • Teacher
  • Law Officer

Pay & Remuneration

Graduates of B.A.L.L.B can expect a salary of about Rs. 25,000 - 40,000/- per month as a fresher.

The earnings in this career may also depend on your skills and experience, job position and position of the company you are working with. Salary increases with time and performance of the employee.

Famous Personalities

Famous personalities in the field of Law are as follows:

  • Soli Sorabjee (9 March 1930)
  • Fali Sam Nariman (10 January 1929)
  • Ram Jethmalani (14 September 1923)
  • Mukul Rohtagi
  • Ashok Desai (24 June 1942)
  • Alladi Krishnaswamy Iyer (14 May 1883 - 3 October 1953)
  • Amrit Singh (1969)
  • Azizul Huque (27 November 1892 - 23 March 1947)

Top Colleges in India

There are various colleges available for the course of B.A.L.L.B. across India. Some of the famous and top colleges are as follows:


Top Colleges for B.A.L.L.B.
Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat 
Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur
Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University, Pune
Chanakya National Law University (CNLU), Patna
ICFAI Law School, Hyderabad
National Law University, Delhi
KIIT School of Law, Bhubaneswar
Singhad Law College, Pune
Christ University, Bangalore
Faculty of Law, University of Calcutta
MS Ramaiah College of Law, Bangalore
Balaji Law College, Pune
Nirma University, Ahmedabad
National Law Institute, Bhopal
Symbiosis Law School, Pune
Government Law College, Mumbai
Indian Law Society Law College, Pune
National Law School of India, NLSIU, Bangalore
Faculty of Law, Punjab University, Chandigarh
University Institute of Legal Studies, Punjab University, Chandigarh
Amity Law School, New Delhi
Army Institute Of Law, Mohali
Dr. Rizvi College of Law, Kaushambi
Banaras Law School, Varanasi
M.S Ramaiah College of Law, Karnataka
Bangalore University, Bangalore


Other Details

B.A.L.L.B. Entrance Exams:

  • CLAT- Common Law Entrance Test is conducted by National Law Universities for admissions to B.A.L.L.B. course
  • LSAT- Law School Admission Test is a globalized entrance test and many Indian universities consider its score for B.A.L.L.B. admission.
  • AILET- All India Law Entrance Test is conducted by National Law University, Delhi
  • LAWCET- Law Common Entrance Test is conducted by colleges and universities in Andhra Pradesh for admission to B.A.L.L.B. programs

More Information

Benefits of B.A.L.L.B. course:

  • B.A.L.L.B. provides a person with an instrument to fight against inequality.
  • Lawyers can get employment in Public as well as Private Sectors.