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Can a B.Tech graduate pursue law degree also ?


Date: 18 Jun 2016   Posted By: neelam joshi     Group: Career Guidance    Category: Other Jobs   

If a technical student is interested in law and constitution and want to pursue career in this area is it possible to become a lawyer ?
While doing a job can a B.Tech graduate also give exam for law? If yes, what course that student can the follow?
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Author: Kailash Kumar    19 Jun 2016      Member Level: Platinum     Points : 3  (Rs 3)    Voting Score: 0

Since B.Tech. program is a graduate degree, the students having B.Tech. degree are eligible to get admission in L.L.B. program which is a graduate program in law. However in case the individuals wish to pursue career of lawyer i.e. practice law in a court, then they have to register themselves with the Bar Council of India and in such cases the Bar Council of India Rules, chapter IV applies which provides for 'Standards of Legal Education and Recognition of Degrees in Law for admission as advocates'. According to these rules, the candidates have to pursue only a regular class room program for completing L.L.B. degree. Acquiring degree through a distance learning program is not envisaged under these rules. Therefore correspondence courses in law are not available. The only option available for students who wish to complete L.L.B. program wile working is to look for some some evening classes regular programs.

Author: Mahesh    20 Jun 2016      Member Level: Gold     Points : 1  (Rs 1)    Voting Score: 0

B.Tech graduates are eligible for the law degree. You have to go through the process depending on the university to get the admission. There are part time and full time courses. Depending on how you wish to approach them, things are going to be different.

As far as the practice for the law is concerned you have to either work for some lawyer agency or work under another lawyer. You can learn the cases and learn how to fight them. It is often more of freelance work or in some cases free work that you have to do. But you can get opportunities via those ways. You have to also register with bar council of India.






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