I am in Xllth ,let me know for UPSC, B.Adegree 3yrs or B.A.LLB 5yrs(which is after 12th) which course frm two will help me score good marks

Currently i am in Xllth prepaing for my boards i'll appear for my exams in feb 2012, after my Xllth, want to know should i take admision for B.A. DEGREE 3yrs course or take admision for B.A.LLB 5yrs course (afterXll th) FROM Goverment law College,mumbai which completes your B.A with law studies.

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    Pooja Kohli | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-08 00:08:21
    Hi Shraddha,As you are planning for Civil Services I would also suggest something similar to Govind ji, Whether or not you opt for BA Civil Services but yes you can definitely save on time by going for simple BA rather than going for BA LLB of 5 years this will save you on time and money both. Coming to civil service Examination, although you still have three years in hand but you can always start your preparation at early stages by concentrating on the subjects you are studying as later if you feel that you choose the same subjects, you would be in a better position to perform on those subjects.Hope this resolves your query. Feel free to put... view more
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    Govind Sharma HR, startup entrepreneurs, career blogger | Guide-Level 14

    2011-10-05 12:44:53
    Hi Shraddha,It is nice to hear that you are planning for Civil Services exam right away.both of the courses are good but I suggest when you have option to Study entire syllabus of civil services as graduation degree, why to waste time in other degree.Yes, in India, 2 universities offer BA (Civil Services). The syllabus completely focus on preparing students for Civil Services exam.The universities are:1. Kavi Kulguru Kalidas Sanskrit Vishwabidyalaya, Nagpur, Maharashtra2. Bharthidasan University, TamilNaduYou should enroll there. It will save your lot of time and energy as thw whole 3 years you will study the subjects related to Civil Service... view more
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    Bhupesh | Contributor-Level 9

    2011-10-05 12:22:54
    If you are interested in law you should appear for CLAT and Join integrated course in law.

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