• Location - GHRU Saikheda
  • Duration - 5 year
  • Course Type - Full time
  • Affiliated - UGC

Raisoni Group, being at the forefront in giving professional education, has set up an exceptional norm in the law fraternity. GHRU Law School is developing as one of the prominent and top universities for B.Sc LLB for law education. GHRU's B.Sc LLB integrated course makes students energetic about obtaining a degree in law and feel pleased with wearing a Lawyer's Black coat.

Law Education is all about furnishing the requirements of growing the law and order framework. G H Raisoni University’s Law School has set up the benchmark for having rich instructional methods. Our law school offers subject driven exercises for the best understanding of law educational plans. We like to ingrain intelligence and boldness into our law students to assist the society with their insight into the law.

B.Sc LLB integrated course in Raisoni University, Saikheda, is intended to help our students with an intriguing learning and practical experience to upgrade their true abilities to accomplish their ambition. The Bar Council of India directs B.Sc LLB courses. They set the rules and guidelines concerning legal practice in India.

Course Structure

The primary subject and content for the program are planned, understanding the immediate hands-on practice for the long-term job requirements of the young law experts. Adequate balance is kept up between the overall foundational part of the course and its specific segments.

Following areas are covered under the course:

  • Good judgment of situation/people
  • Persuasiveness
  • Hard-working
  • Confidence
  • Interest in Research
  • Integrity
  • Intellect
  • Ability to assimilate and analyses facts
  • Convincing power

Why choose BSc LLB

Choosing a B.Sc. LL.B. (Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Laws) program can be a strategic decision for individuals interested in combining the fields of science and law.

Here are some reasons why someone might choose to pursue a B.Sc. LL.B. program:

  • Interdisciplinary Approach: B.Sc. LL.B. programs typically integrate science and law courses, allowing students to develop a comprehensive understanding of both disciplines. This interdisciplinary approach can be appealing for those who wish to explore the intersection of science and legal principles.
  • Career Opportunities: The combination of a science background with a legal education can open up unique career opportunities. Graduates may find roles in areas such as environmental law, intellectual property law, biotechnology law, and other fields where scientific knowledge is crucial.
  • Specialization in Emerging Fields: As technology and scientific advancements continue to shape various industries, there is a growing demand for professionals who can navigate the legal aspects of emerging technologies. B.Sc. LL.B. graduates may have the skills to work in cutting-edge areas such as biotechnology, nanotechnology, or environmental science.
  • Problem-Solving Skills: The analytical and problem-solving skills developed through a science education can complement the critical thinking and legal reasoning skills honed in law school. This combination can be advantageous for addressing complex legal issues with a scientific component.
  • Research Opportunities: Students in B.Sc. LL.B. programs often have opportunities to engage in research projects that bridge the gap between science and law. This can be particularly beneficial for those interested in contributing to the development of legal frameworks in scientific or technological domains.
  • Diverse Career Paths: Graduates with a B.Sc. LL.B. degree may have the flexibility to pursue diverse career paths. They can choose to work as lawyers, legal consultants, policy analysts, or in roles that require expertise in both scientific and legal matters.
  • Preparation for Specialized Areas: For individuals interested in practicing law in specialized areas like patent law or environmental law, a B.Sc. LL.B. program can provide a strong foundation by combining legal principles with a deep understanding of the scientific concepts involved.


  • For B.Sc LLB (5 years) after H.S.S.C (10 + 2), students Securing minimum 45% for general category & 40% for SC/St Category in H.S.S.C. are eligible for admission.
  • Students in the order of merit will be admitted for a B.Sc LLB Integrated five (5) years course.

Study at GHRU for a successful future & drive your career in the right direction with our Bsc LLB programs


After completion of B.Sc LLB, the student will learn:

  • To impart basic knowledge & understanding of concepts, theories, and hands-on practice in the respective field.
  • Create Law expertise for comprehensive communication and case development
  • Learn to acquired skills to lead the team for achieving the goal
  • Understand Law complexities to emerge as a good Law Expert
  • Comprehend all Law problems thoroughly and solve them effectively

Admission Procedure

  • The University will publish admission notification in papers, the University's site, the notice board of the University, and other media before the beginning of each cycle.
  • List of provisional candidates chosen for admission / shortlisted dependent on merit will be shown on the notification board of the University/University's site/or the students will be notified directly of their admission after the last date of made application.The admitted candidate will need to produce a mark sheet of the passing exam within a month of the due date of affirmation.
  • The students can also apply whose results of the required exam are about to declare. They will get provisional seats. These students, nonetheless, should produce the previous year mark sheet/School/College certificate as proof for required qualification criteria before the due date. If a candidate failed to do so, the provisional admission of the student would not be confirmed. The provisional admission will be forfeit.
  • If an applicant admitted under provisional admission (by point (c) above) couldn't acquire the necessary mark to satisfy the requirement and qualification, then the temporary entry stands cancelled.
  • The application made by the student might be dismissed because of any of the accompanying reasons:
    1. The student does not satisfy the qualification conditions.
    2. The required fees aren't paid.
    3. The application form isn't completed or signed by the candidate and their parent, guardian, wherever required.
    4. Necessary documents for admission are not submitted.
  • Enrolment /Registration number will be allotted to the student by the University after confirmation and prepayment of several actual charges.
  • Admission rules as outlined by the University will be applicable for all admission procedures occasionally.


Further Studies:

Numerous students prefer to go for higher studies in the wake of finishing the B.Sc LLB. Since it is an all-around perceived five-year college education course, it permits students to search for higher course alternatives in numerous fields. Here is a portion of the mainstream courses to consider after finishing B.Sc LLB Students can opt for:

  1. M.A. Human Rights
  2. M.A. Human Rights and Duties Education
  3. M.Phil. Law
  4. Master of Comparative Laws (MCL)
  5. Master of Law (LLM)
  6. P.G Diploma in Women’s Rights and Human Rights
  7. PhD. Law
Job Opportunities

Completion of B.Sc LLB opens the door in various private as well as government sectors. Students who finish their degree are bestowed Law expertise and can consequently pursue the same profession.

Given underneath are some everyday spaces of work after B.Sc LLB:

  1. Litigation Lawyer
  2. Join the Corporate Industries
  3. Judge or Judiciary Exams
  4. Legal Advisor
  5. Company Secretary
  6. Masters of Law (LLM)