LL.B is a three years programme for having bachelor’s degree in any discipline.
LLB is one of the most liked professional course and now a days the bludgeoning no. of colleges and universities offering the course is an indicator of it’s increasing popularity.
This programme is offered in all six constituent campuses and one affiliated campus named Rajendra Khetan College. There is no entrance exam for getting admission in this programme. Currently, more than 6000 students in three years have got admission. The largest number of students has been getting admission in Nepal Law Campus, Kathmandu.
After LLB you can have too much to handle options in your plate.
Law has a unique selling proposition. There are multiple options after LLB course. As a profession law is not limited to the legislature, Executive and the judiciary, either. It is covering the whole range of financial activities in the country, including industry, media, Intellectual Property Rights, Information Technology, Data Protection etc. After completing the most demanded course, you have a professional coverage. Hereby, I am helping you with some brilliant options after LLB.
1. Advocate; Being an advocate after completing LLB is the most common choice. Fresher’s start their own practice rights. However, it is advised to take proper experience and guidance under some senior lawyer. The salary you get is 15-20k yet after the good experience you may get 1lac per month.
2. A lubricated career option is preparing for judiciary exams. You can start your career as a magistrate, who hears criminal cases, or sub-judge, who presides over civil cases, and later rise through the ranks becoming a District and Sessions Judge through promotions.
3. Government Jobs: All central as well as state government departments, ministries and undertaking need legal representatives, legal advisors and law officers. Other posts such as members of Law Commission, Attorney General, Advocate General, Public Prosecutors, tribunal judges, and legal secretaries in legislative assemblies are also open for law professionals; however, a certain amount of experience is required to hold these positions.
The above mentioned list is not exhaustive and you can sit for N number of exams after graduation, for eg. going for LLM and there after in academics.
It is however going to be your choice and make the best out of it.
Hope this helps.