LLB is a three years degree programme divided in six semesters. The school has well defined learning outcomes. The vision and a mission of the school emphasizes on promoting value education through motivated trained faculty to prepare the students to accept the challenges of globalization. Maharaja Agrasen University, School of Law recognizes the need to educate students holistically, fostering a strong basis of knowledge in the law, a command of skills such as writing and advocacy, a passion for serving clients, and a portfolio of met cognitive skills (including leadership, determination, self-awareness, and relationship building). With these goals in mind, the School of Law has implemented learning outcomes,performance criteria, and an assessment plan geared towards developing exceptional lawyers. Each learning outcome is important in the formation of well-rounded attorneys. When students graduate, they will show competency in all areas,including integrity and professionalism, knowledge of the law, research skills, analysis and counseling, communication,ethics and metacognitive skills, an understanding of the business behind the profession.
The students after graduating have a wide array of options as below:
a). Law Officer: In private companies and in Government sector (Banks, Insurance companies etc).
b). Legal Adviser:In private companies and in Government sector (Banks, Insurance companies etc).
c.) Public Prosecutor: After graduation students can opt the profession of public prosecutor in the court of Law.
d.) Judicial Services: After graduation students apply for Judicial Services Examination. In the judiciary,lowest judicial cadre post of magistrate or sub judge a fill by these judicial services examination or otherwise under the guidelines of the high court. There can be further promotion as district and sessions Judge and further as a judge of High Court or Supreme Court subject to seniority.
e.) Judge Advocate General:The post of Judge Advocate General in India is held by a major general who is the legal and judicial chief of the Army.
a) Litigation: To practice Law in the court After Graduation one should enroll with State Bar Council as per Advocates Act, 1961. Student is also required to qualify the Bar Council of India Examination to obtain the License to start practice in the respective courts.
Students after BALLB, B.COM LLB & LLB can pursue Masters in Law (LLM) to find job opportunities in research, managerial and advisory options in Law industry or academic institutions.
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