Program Overview

The post-graduate course in law is aimed at providing advanced education and training to law graduates. The curriculum is diligently designed to cater to the needs of the students. Currently, School of Law is running LL.M. in three different streams i.e. Corporate Law, Criminal Law and Constitutional Law.


All About LLM Course

A law graduate can either start a career or specialise their career into a specific law subject. With an LLM degree, one can study a law specialisation such as Criminal Law, Business Law, Administrative Law, Environmental Law, Cyber Law and many more. LLM degree gives an aligned direction to one's career objectives. Know here all about an LLM degree in detail including syllabus, skill set, and job prospects.

Who Can Pursue LLM?

  • Those candidates who have completed either three-year or five-year LLB programme can apply for LLM. Before pursuing this course, they must do research on the various colleges and the specialisations they have to offer. Those who wish to pursue a career in academia must compulsorily pursue LLM.

    • Types of LLM courses?

      LLM is a full-time course of 2 years spread across four semesters. Students need to complete the required number of credit courses and also submit dissertations at the end of the final semester. LLM is also offered in Executive mode, which is generally offered only to working professionals.

      Benefits of LLM!

      After pursuing LLM, candidates can start their independent practice in the desired area of law. They will develop strong legal research and writing skills and also get unique job prospects. Professionals can pursue this course to cater to the market demands of specialised legal consultancy services.

      Eligibility Criteria for LLM Course!

      Candidates are eligible to apply for admission in an LLM course if they have completed their graduation in law, that is, if the aspirant has secured his/ her LLB/ Bachelor of Law/ Five Year Integrated LLM course from a recognized university/ college.

      • Apart from this, some colleges also fix a minimum percentage requirement for the LLM course offered by them.

      • As part of the eligibility criteria shared by such colleges, candidates need secure at least 55% aggregate marks at the graduation level in order to be eligible to secure admission in the LLM course offered by them.