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Banking Law: Course Details, Admission, Fees, Eligibility, Syllabus, Jobs & Salary

Updated By Sukriti Vajpayee on 21 Oct, 2021
Average Duration
6 months-5 years
Average Fee
4 K-1.3 L INR semester
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About Banking Law

Diploma in banking law is a one-year programme and its objective is to enable aspirants to understand the banking system of India. The banking norms and rules in India keep changing with the changes in the economy and the stock market. Therefore, there is a requirement for candidates who understand the baking system and laws thoroughly.

The programme provides information and sessions regarding different aspects of banking through which a candidate can figure out the working of public, private and corporate banks. The programme can be very beneficial for candidates who want to foray into the baking, law and financial consultancy sector. However, candidates will have to pursue other courses along with this programme.

Banking Law Eligibility Criteria

  • Minimum Qualification Required: 10+2
  • Minimum Marks Required: Pass in class 12 Exams

Banking Law Course Admission Process:

  • Candidates can apply for this programme after passing the class 12 exams through the official website of the college or university offering the programme.
  • Admissions are conducted directly after verifying the original documents of the students, i.e. passing certificates, transfer certificate, class 10 and class 12 mark sheets.

Banking Law Syllabus

Popular Subjects:

Commercial Banking in India

Phone Banking


Narrow Banking

Corporate Governance

Deposit Insurance Scheme

Automated Teller Machine

Net Banking and Internet Banking

Repayment Method and Venture Capital

Management of NPA

Gold Deposit Scheme

Profitability and Productivity in Commercial Banks

Multi-Dimensional Development

Universal Banking

Privatization of Banks




Banking Law Career Options and Job Prospects

Diploma in Banking Law is a productive programme, however, it is essential that the programme is pursued along with LLB or with B.Com in Finance programme to get the best job opportunities after the programme. After pursuing a combination of these courses, the candidate can take up jobs in corporate banks, financial consultancies, corporate law firms, etc. Popular profiles in this field are

  • Financial Consultant
  • Investment Advisor
  • Cooperate Lawyer
  • Investment Banker

Salary packages can vary from Rs. 1.2 lakh to Rs. 3 lakh at the beginning of the career if the candidates pursue Diploma in Banking Law followed by B.A. LLB. The salaries can go up to Rs. 5 lakh after gaining experience in the Banking and Finance sector.

FAQs about Banking Law

What are the top colleges offering Banking Law courses ?

Following are some of the top colleges offering Law courses : Army institute of Law (Mohali) , Sinhgad Law College (Pune) , National University of Juridical Sciences (Kolkata) , National Law School of India University (Bangalore) , National Law University (Jodhpur). You can explore these colleges on our website to check if they offer Banking Law or not.

What is the average fee for the course Banking Law ?

The average fee for Banking Law is INR 10,000 per year.

What is the duration of the course Banking Law ?

Banking Law is a 1 year course.

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