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    srinivas ch

    2010-09-22 09:49:50
    LLB has originated from latin word legal. it stands for legam baclarus, as there is no plural for the word legal in latin, they used twice the word legal.hence it became LLB(legam baclarus.L used twice to represent plural of legal).it is bacheloe qualification only, You have to register in BARCOUNSIL after completion of LLB. you can represent precedings on behalf of ur clients in courts.LLM is master course for LLB, LLD is doctorate course for Legall field.
    Hope u r doubt clear now
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    shiksha | Contributor-Level 10

    2010-01-28 18:40:11
    No LLB is not a Masters level but a Bachelors level degree. L.L.M. is the postgraduate course in Law. The duration of the course is 2 years. Students can pursue this course after completing B.A. L.L.B. or L.L.B. Hope this helps. All the Best!
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    2009-11-26 20:27:20
    no ll.b is not a master cources.
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    Priya Saxena | Guide-Level 11

    2009-11-25 15:35:48
    Hi Jyotish,
    LLB stands for Bachelors of law is a undergraduate, or bachelor course. It is not equivalent to the Masters course.To know about the institutes offering this course, open the link below:
    And if you are interested in pursuing a career in Law, then the following information will be helpful:
    Hope this will help!
    All the Best!

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