LLB known as Bachelor of Legislative Law is an undergraduate law program of 3-year duration that can be pursued after graduation and 12th class. The Bachelor of Legislative Law is a fundamental course to study the basis of law that deals with teaching students about legal procedures followed in this profession. The course helps the student to develop a logical, analytical and critical understanding of legal affairs and teaches them to use these skills for solving social and legal issues of the society.
The full form of LLB is bachelor of law. Candidates who have completed their graduation in any discipline are eligible to pursue 3-year LLB whereas the 5-year LLB is an integrated law program that is pursued after intermediate.
National Testing Agency (NTA) will organize the DU LLB 2022 entrance exam tentatively in May – June 2022. The application form for LLB entrance exam will release in the month of March at the official website of du.ac.in. The LLB entrance exam will be conducted offline across the country. The exam will be held probably in the month of May. The question paper of DU LLB 2022, will have 100 questions which has to answered in 120 minutes. The syllabus of DU LLB entrance exam 2022 comprises of English comprehension, analytical abilities, general knowledge/ current affairs and Legal awareness and aptitude.
This course is offered by colleges that are approved by the Bar Council of India (BCI). The 3-year Bachelor of Legislative Law typically is divided into 6 semesters and students start with the basics of law before gradually moving into the other subjects like constitution law, family law, jurisdiction, state laws, IPC, law of contracts, etc. As part of the course, students also have to undertake internships and training programs at law firms, corporate organizations and courts to enhance their knowledge and gain real-life experience of the legal profession.