Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Legislative Law Honours is an undergraduate professional integrated course which is a combination of the study of Law and Commerce. B.Com. stands for Bachelor of Commerce, while LLB stands for Bachelor of Law. By Honours, it is meant that it is a Higher Academic Standard Course requiring in-depth study of the subject matter studied. It is ranked above the Simple, Pass, General or Ordinary Bachelors Course. B.Com. LL.B. with Honours is a 5 Years Course with 10 Semesters.
The difference between Regular B.Com. LL.B. and one with Honours is the number of subjects which one need to study; Honour requires study of additional subjects. The maximum duration to clear the course is a period of 8 (eight) years from the date of admission to the First Semester Course. It is called an Integrated Course because its course curriculum involves the study of Commerce along with the in-depth study of law and legislature. The medium of instruction is English unless specified.
Students aspiring to pursue LLB courses should score at least 45% in Class XII and qualify the entrance test required for admission in LLB courses. However, for pursuing a simple LLB course, you need to have completed your graduation with minimum 45% aggregate marks or equivalent CGPA from a recognized college. Also, there is no age limit for pursuing LLB in India.
After the successful completion of the course, students can either choose the professional side or can also choose to study further with courses like LLM or PhD in Law. From becoming a lawyer or an advocate to a paralegal, a law officer, lecturer, and more, there are various legal roles offered to these graduates.
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