Master of Laws, sometimes known as an LLM, is a postgraduate degree in law. The programme is intended for recent law graduates who desire to specialise in a particular area of the law or get in-depth expertise in a certain area of the law.
Although certain programmes may be longer or shorter depending on the school and the area of specialty, LLM programmes normally run one year. An LLM program’s curriculum is often more narrowly focused and specialised than a traditional legal degree. International law, business law, human rights law, intellectual property law, environmental law, and many more concentration options are available to students.
Compared to a regular legal degree, the coursework in an LLM programme is often more research-focused. Independent research projects, essays, reports, and participation in class discussions and debates are all expected of the students. Students must also complete a thesis or dissertation on a particular legal topic as part of many LLM programmes.
Graduates of LLM programmes have a wide range of job options, including employment at academic institutions, government offices, international organisations, and law firms. They may opt to become judges or law professors, or they may choose to work as legal consultants, advisors, or researchers.
In general, an LLM degree offers recent law graduates the chance to expand their legal skills, improve their employment opportunities, and broaden their legal knowledge.
Entrance Exam Details
Maximum Marks: 200
Total Questions: 140
Negative Marking: Yes, 0.25 marks deduction for every wrong answer.
Total Seats: 60
Course Fee: ₹8,700 per year.
Morning/Regular: ₹8,700 per year.
Evening/Self-financed: ₹62,500 per year.
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