LL.B 3 Yr


  • Location - GHRU Amravati
  • Duration - 3 year
  • Program Type - Full time
  • Approved by - UGC

Bachelor of Legislative Law, i.e. LLB Degree, is a 3-year undergraduate course suitable for aspiring students to become experts in law and judiciary. This course helps students to develop skills like problem-solving, effective communication, logical thinking and judgement.

Subjects like Criminal Law, Family Law, International Law are included in the LLB syllabus. Furthermore, the curriculum entails theory studies, guest lectures and seminars, moot court sessions etc. Not only this but internships are also a significant part of the curriculum. LLB is one of the most in-demand fields out there. The interactive and engaging activities and subjects in the LLB course make it the top choice for students.

Course Structure

Graduation Degree Semester Plan


Graduates need to have at least 45% passing marks for the open category, 42% for obc category, and 40% for SC category.

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Admission Procedure

  • Before starting every admission cycle, the University issues a notification on the University website, notice board and other public domains like newspapers, etc.
  • After the last date of application is over, a list of shortlisted students is put up on the University website, notice board, or the students are informed directly about their admission.
  • You are eligible to apply even if you're awaiting the results of your qualifying examination(s). Such candidates are offered provisional admissions and have to submit their previous years' mark sheet to confirm that they fall into the eligibility criteria. You must submit your mark sheet before the due date of applying for admissions. Once the provisional admission is approved, the candidate will have one month to provide the mark sheet for the qualifying examination. Subsequently, failing to do so will result in the cancellation of provisional admission.
  • If a candidate is granted provisional admission under the above-mentioned conditions and the said candidate fails to meet the eligibility criteria or has failed to obtain the required marks. In that case, the provisional admission is cancelled.
  • An application form is rejected for the following reasons:
    1. The candidate fails to fulfil the eligibility criteria provided by the University.
    2. The admission is cancelled if the candidate fails to enclose the prescribed fee.
    3. Provisional admission is cancelled if the application form does not contain the signature of the candidate and their parents/guardian, wherever applicable.
    4. The candidate fails to submit the supporting documents in time for admission
  • After submitting all the necessary documents and fees, the student will be assigned an enrollment number by the University.
  • Rules set by the University for the process of admission will be applicable from time to time.


LLB Course offers a wide range of subjects to study and specialize in. Jobs like lawyers, Lecturers, law associates, Junior lawyers, legal advisors, private practice advocates etc., are offered to LLB Graduates.

Further Studies

LLB graduates aspiring to study more in law can study LLM 1 year or LLM 2-year courses.

Job Opportunities

LLB is a booming field that offers excellent job opportunities. Students who wish to build a career in law can become Lecturers, Law Officers, Legal Associates, Junior Lawyers, Legal Analysts, Legal Experts, Judges, Start their practice, Legal Adviser or pursue higher studies in this field.

  • Lecturer: Lecturers put together and teach Law subjects in college or University. They teach students about the Indian legal and judicial system.
  • Law Officer: A Law Officer regulates all the legal dealings and aspects of an organization. Their main job is to solve the legal problems of clients and their company.
  • Legal Associate: A legal associate must communicate directly with clients and understand their worries and complaints. They are to formulate the plans legally.
  • Junior Lawyer: Recently graduated law students are called Junior Lawyers. They work under senior advocates or big firms and assist in legal matters.
  • Legal Expert Adviser: Legal Advisers must understand, research and explain complicated legal terms to clients and companies. They are expected to provide legal advice. Their job is to draft, negotiate and give counsel to clients regarding legal matters.
  • Corporate: Lawyers skilled in commercial law counsel client companies on trade, legal matters, and dealings and contracts.
  • Litigator: Litigators are trial lawyers who manage all segments of litigation from discovery, pleadings, investigations etc. They handle the trial, settlement, pre-trial, appeal processes before a high court or a district court. With a good amount of experience, Litigators can apply to become civil court or high court judges.
  • Private Practice: Lawyers wishing to make their firm can start with establishing their practice.
  • Advocate: Legal representative or a client, company, organization or firm is an advocate. Their job is to solve any legal problem their client's faces and resolve them with their legal expertise.
  • Legal Counsel: A company's counsel helps the company understand different terms and conditions and legal necessities. It also helps them avoid fraud, legal issues.
  • Paralegal: A paralegal is a law graduate that works in a law firm. They assist in documenting, filing, interviewing clients, copywriting etc.
  • Government Lawyer: A Government Lawyer assists in central government and state's legal affairs.Jobs like formulating, researching, drafting documents, studying legalities and making sure all the legal procedures are carefully done are in a government lawyers job profile. With rich experience and after qualifying entrance examinations, one can get a job as a Government Attorney or a Public Prosecutor etc.
  • Magistrate: Cases and concerns of a local court are handled by a Magistrate. A magistrate works to resolve local as well as regional issues that are introduced in the lower court.
  • Notary: Proofreading and verifying legal documents as well as agreements is the job of a Notary.