What is the MAXIMUM age limit for admission to 5 year BA-LLB course? Can I do B.A. LLB. 5 years Course in the age of 45?

0 8.9k Views | Posted 2011-09-14 14:02:44
Asked by bhupinder

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    Priya Saxena | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-21 14:02:52
    Hi Bhupinder,
    As per my knowledge, the maximum age limit to apply for the five year BA LLB is 20 years, but for a 45 year old, one can search for the related courses through the correspondence mode as that would be the only way to be eligible but then it should well be known that there is less relevancy after pursuing and one cannot pursue a career in law full time as the BCI does not acknowledges distance/ correspondence mode of study a legal way.
    All the Best!
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    Manmeet Kaur | Guide-Level 12

    2011-09-16 17:34:24
    Hi, as far as I know, The Bar Council of India (BCI), which governs standards of legal education in India, introduced a 20 years age limit for the five-year LLB course and a 30 years age bar for the three-year LLB course from this year. But, still I would advice you to check the site or contact them personally for more detailed idea. I am even sending you some links of institutes and articles regarding your query.

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