To become Lawyer, you should be L.L.B. pass. L.L.B. should be from UGC recognized University recognized and recognized by Bar Council of India. There are two types of courses offered for Law degree in India. One is a five-year course after HSC or 12th and other one is a three-year course after any graduation.
Three year course
There are concession in eligibility criteria for students belonging to SC and ST category.
For undergraduate program, there are eleven National Law University that conduct a common entrance test for Bachelors in Law known as Common Law Admission Test (CLAT). Some other universities conduct their own admissions tests.
Many universities offer a 3 year course. They conduct their own entrance examination. Some colleges accept students based purely on merit.
Exams test students on English, general knowledge, numerical ability, legal aptitude and logical reasoning.
There are a variety of career options available to law graduates.