The Bachelor of Arts – Bachelor of Legislative Law (BA LLB) course is an integrated law degree that the law aspirants can pursue right after qualifying their Class 12th examinations. The law degree is an integration of Arts and Law subjects and is of five-years duration. Therefore, as part of the BA LLB course, the candidates study subjects including Economics, History, Political Science, Sociology along with law subjects like Civil Law, Criminal Law, Labour Law, Tax Law, Administrative Law, Corporate Law, Patent Law etc. The course-curriculum of BA LLB degree is such that law, as well as, the arts subjects, are included in each semester. Moreover, candidates are taught about law case studies, moot courts, law internships, seminars and interactions with retired judges from High courts and the Supreme Court of India. 


Legum Baccalaureus or LLB is a three-year Bachelor of Law degree that is offered to aspirants by many renowned colleges in India. However, candidates can pursue this law course only if they possess a graduation degree. The three-year LLB course offered at all law colleges of India is regulated and closely supervised by the Bar Council of India (BCI).

The three-year law course is structured in such a way that the curriculum is divided into six semesters. Candidates are awarded the degree only when they complete all the semesters of this three-year LLB course.

As part of an LLB degree offered at most popular law colleges in India, candidates need to take part in regular theory classes, moot courts, internships as well as tutorial work.


L.L.M. in Labor Law is a post graduate course themed on the legal system of the country. The course explores on an advanced level, the purview of the judiciary and its reach, covering both individual- based and social angles, aspects of customary law, and sacred and statutory issues, and ways to establish harmony between representative assurance and financial productivity.

The curriculum is designed to instruct enrolled students in the concept, scope and capacity of work- related law, the modern enactment system, examination and investigation of customary law, business essentials, statutory and non-statutory debate determination and work- related ethics and their intricacies.