Bachelor of Arts + Bachelor of Law (BA + LLB) - Course Overview

Duration: 5.0 yrs | Mode: Regular| Avg. Fees: 2,00,000 / Year

254 courses | 305 colleges

About Bachelor of Arts + Bachelor of Law (BA + LLB)

Bachelor of Arts + Bachelor of Law (BA+ LLB) is a five-year dual degree course in the field of administrative law. The students during the five-year course cover various arts subjects from different areas such as Indian History, Political Science, English/ Hindi, Economics, Sociology, World History, and Sociopolitical Issues along with specialized courses in administrative law and legislature of the country.

The students mainly focus on different laws namely Criminal law, Labor Law, Civil Law, Tax Law, Administrative Law, Corporate Laws, Patents Law and others that form an indispensable part in maintaining law and order of the country.

B.A.+ LLB degree not only focuses on the classroom teaching but also conducts various training sessions, case studies, mock drills, and interactive sessions for students. The main aim of the dual degree is just not to focus on the theoretical knowledge but also for students to understand the practical application of the law in the real world and its dynamics.

B.A.+ LLB graduates are in demand across the country and can easily find jobs in both government and the private sector. 

Bachelor of Arts + Bachelor of Law (BA + LLB) Eligiblity Criteria

  • Minimum Qualification Required: 10+2
  • Minimum Marks Required: 50% to 60% in class 12th or equivalent examination. The percentage may vary from college to college
  • Age Limit: Few colleges have an age limit as their admission criteria. The age limit for the admission varies from college to college.

B.A. + LLB Admission Process:

  • Admission to the B.A.+ LLB integrated course is on the basis of entrance test conducted by various colleges and universities.
  • To seek admission in government/ state universities candidates have to sit for government and state-level entrance test.

Here’s a list of popular B.A.+ LLB Entrance Exams

  • CLAT Entrance Test
  • LSAT Entrance Exam
  • AILET Entrance Exam

There are various colleges which offer admission to the B.A. + LLB course on the basis of merit list.

Bachelor of Arts + Bachelor of Law (BA + LLB) Syllabus

First Year:

Administrative Law

Banking& Insurance Law

Corporate Law

Business Law

Code of Civil Procedure

Code of Criminal Procedure

Constitutional Law

Advocacy Skill

Criminology

 

Second Year:

Comparative Law

Environmental Law

Forensic Law

Economics

Dissertation

Foreign Language

Election Law

Drafting & Pleading

English & Legal Language

 

Third Year:

Healthcare Laws

International Trade Law

International Refugee Law

Indirect Taxes

Indian/ World History

Land Laws

Human Rights Law

Labour Laws

Law & Technology

Law of Crimes

Law of Evidence

Political Science

Poverty Law

Women & Law

Property & Security Law

 

Fourth Year:

Law of Crimes 4&5

Method of Proof of Facts

Public Finance

Supreme Court Visits 

Emerging Areas in the law of Evidence

Liberalization and Related Issues

 

Fifth Year:

Interim Orders

Concept of ADR

International Perspective

Initial Steps in a Suit

Negotiation & Meditation

Arbitration and Conciliation

Career Options and Job Prospects

B.A.+ LLB is one of the widely popular courses across the country as it opens various employment opportunities in both government and the private sector. The graduates after pursuing the dual degree course are also eligible for Indian Civil Services, State Legal Services, and Public Service Commission Entrance exams.

Since it is one of the most lucrative profession all over the globe, the popular job areas for the graduates are banks, consultancies, Judiciary, MNCs, Sale Tax & Excise Departments, and others. The average salary package of a B.A. + LLB student at the start of their career in a corporate firm is Rs. 7 lakh to Rs. 9 lakh whereas the starting salary while working as an adviser is between Rs. 3 lakh to Rs. 4 lakh. The salary package varies and largely depends upon professional experience and the college one has studied from.