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    B Tech LLB

    About B.Tech LL.B.

    Bachelor of Technology and Bachelor of Legislative Law, commonly known as B.Tech LL.B, is one of the common integrated courses of law. B.Tech LL.B is a course in law which is completed over a period of six years and aspirants can pursue this programme right after completing their higher secondary education. Some of the leading universities and colleges in the country offer the course of B.Tech LL.B as a part of its specialisations of law.

    In the course of B.Tech LL.B, engineering subjects are taught to the candidates in the first three years of the programme and it is followed by teaching law subjects in the remaining three years. Typically, a B.Tech LL.B course is covered in all colleges semester wise, where each semester is usually six months long.

    B.Tech LL.B gives students knowledge about law as well as the technical field. They are awarded a dual degree of both the courses, B.Tech as well as LL.B. While pursuing B.Tech LL.B, candidates are imparted education by the means of classroom teaching and are explained about the legal aspect of the course through case studies and moot courts. B.Tech LL.B is both a practical and theoretical programme.

    B.Tech LL.B. Eligibility Criteria

    • The candidate must have completed their education till the 10 + 2 level.
    • Candidates have to clear class 12th and receive passing marks in all the subjects.
    • It is mandatory for the candidate to have completed class 12th in the science stream with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics as compulsory subjects.
    • The aggregate marks obtained by the candidate at the 10 + 2 level must be about 50% to 60%.

    B.Tech LL.B. Syllabus

    First Year:

    Physics 1

    Physics 2

    Mathematics 1

    Mathematics 2

    Environmental Studies

    Basic Electronic Engineering

    Chemistry

    Problem Solving with ‘C’

    Data Structures using 'C'

    Electronic Devices and Circuits

    Engineering Graphics

    Fundamental of Moot Court

    Second Year:

    Mathematics 3

    Communication Workshop 1.2

    OOPs using C++ and UML

    Legal History of Courts

    Data Communication & Networks

    Computer Systems Architecture

    Legal Method + Legal Reasoning

    Operating Systems

    Microprocessor

    Industrial Management

    Theory of Automata & Computation

    Database Management System

    Third Year:

    Elective 1

    (Data Warehousing and Data Mining/ Natural Language Processing/ Artificial Neural Networks)

    Elective 2

    (Embedded Systems/ Human-Computer Interaction/ Real-Time Systems/ Law of Crime 2/ Company Law 1/ Information Technology Law)

    Communication Workshop 2.0

    Software Engineering

    Torts and Consumer Protection Law

    Law of Contracts 1

    Design and Analysis of Algorithms

    OOPs through Java

    Artificial Intelligence

    Law of Contracts 2

    Constitutional Law 1

    Family Law 1

    Fourth Year:

    IT for Forensic Science

    Storage Technology Foundations

    Web Technologies using .NET

    Compiler Design

    Constitutional Law 1

    Network Security and Cryptography

    Family Law 2

    Law of Crimes 1

    Civil Procedure Code and Law of Limitation

    Mobile Computing

    Foreign Language

    Communication Workshop 3.0

    Fifth Year:

    Property Law

    Company Law 2

    E-Commerce and M-Commerce law

    Administrative Law

    Labour Law 1

    Law of Evidence

    Environmental Law

    Digital Crime and Computer Law

    Right to Information

    Public International Law

    Professional Ethics, Accountancy for lawyers and Bar Bench Relation

    Arbitration and Conciliation and Alternative Dispute Resolution Mechanism

    Information Security Audit and Monitoring

    Internship

    Sixth Year:

    Private International Law

    Digital Copyright and Data Protection Law

    Intellectual Property Law

    Information Security Intelligence and Compliance Analytics

    Jurisprudence

    Labour Law 2

    Competition Law

    Drafting, Pleading and Conveyance

    IT Forensic and Electronic Evidence

    Law of Technology Transfer

    Moot Court and Internship

    Taxation Law

    Information Security Governance

    Law of Telecommunication convergence

    International Trade Law

    Internet Regulation and Jurisdiction

    B.Tech LL.B. Career Options and Job Prospects

    Several job opportunities await students after they complete the course of B.Tech LL.B. Candidates can pursue a career in the field of law and also have the option of going into the technical sector as they have studied the course of Bachelor of Technology as well. Some of the most popular job roles that are sought after by students who have a degree of B.Tech LL.B are provided here. Many organisations, private as well as public, recruit graduates who have this degree and offer lucrative salary packages to them.

    • Lawyer
    • Advocate
    • Solicitor
    • Lectures
    • Legal Advisor
    • Cyber Crime Specialist
    • Techno-legal Professional
    • Specialist in Cyber Arbitration
    • Specialist in IT Based Arbitration

    FAQs about B.Tech LL.B

    Do NLUs offer a B.Tech LLB course?

    No, at the moment NLUs do not offer a B.Tech LLB course. Aspirants can pursue the course from top recognised private universities of India.

    What integrated LLB courses are available in India, other than B.Tech LLB?

    Other than B.Tech LLB, the popular integrated LLB courses are BA LLB, B.Sc LLB, B.Com LLB, BBA LLB, BLS LLB and many more.

    What is taught in B.Tech LLB?

    The important topics that are included in the syllabus of B.Tech LLB are Basic Electronic Engineering, Data Structures using 'C', Fundamental of Moot Court, Legal Method + Legal Reasoning, Industrial Management, Theory of Automata & Computation, Network Security and Cryptography, Civil Procedure Code and Law of Limitation, Digital Crime and Computer Law, E-Commerce and M-Commerce law, Digital Copyright and Data Protection Law, IT Forensic and Electronic Evidence etc.

    What career options are available after completing a B.Tech LLB?

    The career options that are available in B.Tech LLB are Lawyer, Legal Advisor, Cyber Crime Specialist, Specialist in Cyber Arbitration, Techno-legal Professional, Specialist in IT-Based Arbitration and Professor.

    Can I be a lawyer after B.Tech LLB?

    Yes, after completing B.Tech LLB, an individual can be a lawyer.
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    Related Questions

    Can I pursue LLM in Criminal Law after B.tech LLB?
    -Gagan -Updated on Sep-01-20201 Answers
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    Samiksha Rautela, Student / Alumni

    Dear Student,

    After completing B.Tech LLB, you are eligible to pursue LLM in Criminal Law. Some of the best colleges that are offering LLM in Criminal Law are mentioned below.

    Check the entire list of the best LLM in Criminal Colleges here.

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