Is it good to pursue B.Com+LLB?

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    Deepak Shroff | Contributor-Level 9

    8 years ago
    Yes akash, + LLB is a good approch but if you have recently completed 12th you should opt for BA.LLB integrated course it will save your precious 1 year. And if you have completed or are going to complete B.Com in this year go for LLB enterence exam.
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    Neda Ishtiaq | Contributor-Level 10

    8 years ago
    Hi,This course is a combination of Law and Commerce.Following are the Institutions offering 5 years B.Com, LLB Integrated program along with admission procedure:Amity Law School, NoidaCandidate must have scored a minimum of 60% aggregate marks in the +2 level of Examination from a recognized Board. The program offered has been approved by The Bar Council of India, New Delhi. Teerthanker Mahaveer College of Law and Legal StudiesCandidate must have passed the +2 level of Examination in Commerce or Science stream from a recognized Board. Admission is based on Merit of percentage of marks secured in qualifying Examination. The College is approved... view more
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    shubhi takkar | Contributor-Level 8

    8 years ago
    Yes friend it's a very promising course,you should surely go ahead with your choice.

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