Bachelor of Arts + Bachelor of Laws [B.A.L.L.B.] - Course Overview


Bachelor of Arts + Bachelor of Laws [B.A.L.L.B.] is a dual degree professional course in administrative law.  Bachelor of Arts + Bachelor of Laws [B.A.L.L.B.] is a five year long course. Having passed 10+2 or equivalent exam from a recognized board with a recommended minimum of 50% on aggregate, a candidate may apply for this course. Admission to most of the law schools/universitiesis done through national level or university level entrance test.

The tuition fee for Bachelor of Arts + Bachelor of Laws [B.A.L.L.B.] ranges from INR 1 lakhs to INR 10 lakhs depending on colleges. Also there are some colleges which offer this course at a minimal fee like Singhad Law College Pune offers entire course in just 90000 rupees.

Usually, candidates can seek an entry to this course through entrance exams. At some institutes, direct admissions are also taken. The entrance mode in this course is entrance test. The tests for admission are held on all India level as well as state.

This professional course covers Art subjects like History, Economics, Sociology etc. as well as specialized law fields such as Tax Laws, Criminal Laws and Corporate Laws etc.

Eligibility Of the Bachelor of Arts + Bachelor of Laws [B.A.L.L.B.]

The eligibility conditions for Bachelor of Arts + Bachelor of Laws [B.A.L.L.B.] is a recommended score of 50 % in senior secondary examination or equivalent examination from a recognized board.

The general entry route to this program is through an entrance exam.

Since entrance exam is the preferred mode, the candidates with their results awaited in senior secondary examination are permitted to apply for the course.

In some institutes, direct admission is another entrance route offered to this course. 

How to Get Admission in Bachelor of Arts + Bachelor of Laws [B.A.L.L.B.]

The common entry to Bachelor of Arts + Bachelor of Laws [B.A.L.L.B.] goes through entrance exam. The entrance tests for this purpose are CLAT, LSAT, and AILET.

After entrance, some institutes also conduct personal interviews for final selection.

There are a few institutes like C. Bhimasen Rao National College of Law, Karnataka which offer direct admission in this course on the basis of merit list.