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     Suju Bhattarai updated 2 years, 2 months ago 3 Members · 3 Posts
  • Rojina shrestha

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    July 4, 2017 at 8:06 am

    Hey guys, need help!!!can anyone give info about bachelor course in law?best law campus in country? Admission process? Any scholarship? Time of entrance? And any quotas?anything you know about it ?how is it studying law?would be a lot of help.

  • Aarush Guragain

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    February 24, 2018 at 11:14 am

    BALLB is the one

  • Suju Bhattarai

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    May 14, 2018 at 4:08 am

    An undergraduate program in law, Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) is a three years program designed for the individuals aspiring to a make a successful career in the field of law. The course provides students with the comprehensive knowledge about the national and international law. It focuses on enhancing student’s analytical and critical thinking, research and communication skills. Under this program, the student will learn about the core concept of law and its application. The course incorporates both classroom learning and practical sessions. Students get the opportunity to work on the real problem of the people and provide them with solutions. This helps students to learn practically and built confidence.

    The 3-years long bachelors program offered by the educational institutions in Nepal provides students with the knowledge about the concept, values, policies, and principle of law in the nation. Some of the major subjects covered by this program are Banking Law, Law of Taxation, Human Right and International Law, Legal Methods, and Criminology. Apart from this, students will be studying Law of Contract, Comparative Law and Nepalese Legal System, Constitutional Law, Procedural Law, Jurisprudence, Evidence Law, Method of Legal Research and Writing, Property Law, Public International Law, Company and Corporation Law, Professional Ethics and Lawyering Skills and Interpretation of Statutes among others.

    Teaching pedagogy includes lectures, classroom discussion, case study, research, workshop, seminar, research, and self-study. Students with a bachelor degree in any program are eligible to enroll in this program. If the subject carries 100 marks there will be six classes of fifty minutes each. Examinations are held annually.

    Here I have listed the institutions offering Bachelor of Laws in Nepal:

    Prithvi Narayan Multiple Campus, located in Pokhara
    Hari Khetan Multiple Campus, located in Birjung
    Nepal Law Campus, located in Kathmandu
    Mahendra Multiple Campus, located in Nepalgunj
    Kathmandu School of Law, located in Anantalingeshwar
    Chakrabarti Habi Education Trust, located in Madhyapur, Thimi

    Admission Requirements:
    Students willing to pursue Bachelors in Laws must fulfill the following criteria:
    Applicant must have passed bachelor level in any discipline
    Copy of academic certificates (SLC onwards)
    Copy of character certificate
    Copy of Citizenship
    2 Recent Passport sized photograph
    Complete and signed application form along with the application fee

    Scope and Career Prospects:
    Graduates with this degree can find a job in an array of institutions from courts of law to government service to business firms. If you choose to serve as a legal advisor, you will find lucrative career opportunities in various reputed companies. If you want to be self-employed you have the option to be a barrister.

    Furthermore, this degree prepares you to work as a solicitor, paralegal, licensed conveyance, detective, company secretary, chartered legal executive, barrister’s clerk.

    Talking about the salary, it depends on the firm or organization you are working. However, graduated with this degree are capable to make decent money. Since a lot of employers seek for experienced and trained professionals, it will be wise to take some internship or work under the established legal professionals before starting the real job.

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