LLB 3 Years Course

LLB 3 Years Course

Program Mode Regular
Duration 3 Years
No. of Seats 120
Eligibility Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in any discipline from Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra or equivalent with 45% marks in aggregate.


Courses Offered
⇨ LLB 3 years course

⇨ LLB 5 years course


Fee Structure

Total Fee 35,000 /-


Swami Devi Dyal College of Law

Program Objectives
The College has highly qualified, experienced and vibrant teaching faculty which provides an excellent blend of rigor and relevance in teaching. Students touch the lives of wide cross section of the society by visiting old age home and villages. Students and faculty actively participate in outreach programs, where they contribute their knowledge and provide technical expertise to community by visiting various schools and colleges. College encourages and propels graduates to imbibe the qualities of leadership and thereby instills in them a level of trust and confidence.

College is having well equipped library, innovative pedagogy comprising case based, interactive teaching and experimental learning. Extensive interaction with legal luminaries (Judges/Advocates/Professors). Teaching is done through text books, projectors and online Journals. Regular visits are organized to the High Court and District Courts. Moot Courts and debates are conducted by qualified teachers and advocates to enhance the legal aptitude of law students. Through the determined strategic and committed efforts and endeavors, we are building the careers of law students by providing plethora of co-curricular activities, in conjunction with practical aspects.
Scope of LLB and BALLB
Law is a very popular career choice and certainly one of the most respected profession with a wide range of career possibilities. Legal education in India has undergone a plethora of change in the last twenty years.
Law is an attractive profession with lots of money and wide scope but it requires a good amount of hard work with no shortcuts. To become a successful lawyer one must possess good oratory skills and a strong command of language. Lawyers are required to communicate effectively on the negotiation table so as to convince the judge on his/her side. A career in law is not only limited to courts but various corporate houses, law firms, administrative and judicial firms are open for a very lucrative legal career .
Why choose this course
Reasons to study a Law degree:
1. Law degrees combine theory with practice
Behind the law of the land lies an awful lot of theory and there's no doubt that students will have to rigorously learn it, but remember law is a fairly defined profession and its tuition has to also be vocational in nature. Some unis go so far as having a mock courtroom, and running moot competitions and pro bono societies, giving students a real taster of what it's like to practice law.
2. Law and case-based learning goes hand in hand
Even when learning the theory law students will spend a lot of time trawling through cases. Law schools use real-life examples to demonstrate how the theory is applied. Students are left in no doubt as to whether the content they're learning will have real-life application.
3. Studying law equips students with a variety of skills
Learning to become a lawyer rather neatly means you'll graduate university equipped with the skills for a whole host of professional paths. Here's a few of those skills:

  • Research – through analysis of case studies.
  • Critical analysis – students read primary sources and make up their own mind.
  • Synthesis of complex ideas – law students will have to get to grips with a whole new language but they'll also need to be able to communicate in layman's terms.
  • Presentation – student's often partake in mooting competitions and pro bono societies, offering legal advice to real people.
  • Writing – you'll have to communicate all of the above – on paper!

These skills are highly transferable to a number of other industries and sectors, commercial or otherwise.
4. Law graduates are well respected by employers
The variety of skills provided by a law degree puts these type of graduates at the forefront of employer's minds. Add to this the fact that law is one of the world's oldest fields of study, professions, human endeavour – you get the picture – and it's no surprise to see that graduates enjoy such good career prospects.
5. Law students can look forward to good graduate prospects
Check out our Law subject table, look down the Graduate Prospects column and you'll notice that students of law stand a decent chance of being in further study or professional-level employment within 6 months of leaving uni.
6. Clear postgraduate options
Those who leave their undergraduate studies with hearts set on a career in law have a number of clearly defined options for the next step:

  • LLM – some students may wish to develop their learning via a Master of Laws degree.
  • Legal Practice Course (LPC) – for solicitors.
  • Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) – for solicitors.

7. Status
Law is one of the world's traditional professions, pursue it and be prepared for a life of comfortable respectability.

What you will Study
A Law degree will provide you with the skills required to practice in law, for example through mooting (a mock legal hearing where students argue points of law), and pro bono work. Depending on the course, you may study law in relation to specific areas, such as the family, commerce, or finance. General skills include the research, interpretation and explanation of complex subjects, analytical thinking and practical problem solving, good oral communication, negotiation, teamwork, attention to detail, and the ability to draft formal documents. In law you will make a study in different fields such as Civil/Criminal Law, Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, Human Rights Law, Family Law, Taxation, Corporate Law, Business Law, International Law, Labour Law, Real Estate Law, Intellectual property /Patent Law.

Career Opportunities for a law graduate a legal practitioner:

  1. 1.Litigation: A litigating lawyer hears out the case, drafts it for the client and either by himself/herself or assisted with a team, fights the case in a court of law or tribunal. Also, there has been a trend towards specializing in areas like Intellectual property Lawyers, Tax Lawyers, Arbitrary Lawyers and Constitutional Lawyers.
    To practice law in the court one should enroll with State Central Bar Council as per provisions contained in the Advocates Act, 1961. S/he is also required to qualify the Bar Council of India examination. An application for admission as an advocate is made in a prescribed form to the State Bar Council within the jurisdiction the applicant proposes to practice.
  2. 2.Indian Legal Service: There is also an option of legal service in Department of Legal Affairs and Legislative Council in Legislative Department. Law officers and legal advisors are appointed in almost all the ministries/department/undertakings of the government of India and state Government.All these posts are generally filled up by law graduates who have to qualify the Union Public Service Commission or State Public Service Commission examination.
  3. 3.Besides legal advisors; members of law commission, government advocates, public prosecutors, solicitors, Attorney General of India, legal secretaries in assemblies, judicial members in CAT, sales tax, income tax excise and other tribunals are also appointed as per the guidelines. They are also recruited as commission officers in the legal branches in Indian Army, Navy and Air force to conduct court martial proceedings.
  4.  4.In the judiciary, lowest judicial cadre posts of magistrate or sub judge are filled by those who hold a law degree and qualify the public service examination or otherwise under the guidelines of the High Court. They can further be promoted to district and sessions judge and further as a judge of High Court or Supreme Court subject to their seniority.
  5. 5.Teaching & Writing:There is a wide scope for law graduates to become professors and guest lecturers in prestigious universities. If s/he have a flair for writing and are capable of understanding the intricate details of any case they can write reports, journals, books and thesis.
  6. 6.Legal journalism is also in vogue these days. Additionally you can also become counselors, work with NGOs, international organizations like the United Nations and its agencies as well.

7. Law firms: It is usually a joint organization between lawyers who have come together to offer their expertise to clients under one name. Working at a law firm involves dealing with a wide variety of problems that may or may not be restricted to a particular area of the law. There are many benefits of working in a law firm as it involves a very high salary; large, diverse client base; extensive firm resources; luxurious offices; global perspective; prestige and networking opportunities.

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