Neena ShettyFeb 06, 2012
Sir, I done my graduation B.com in Mumbai University in the year 2005 and also completed my diploma ...
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YoungBuzz Counselor - Hi Neena. Many universities provide a bachelor’s degree in law through correspondence course. Candidates, who are willing to do their graduation through distance education need to choose a university of their choice and can join the nearest study centre. A profession in the field of law brings in reputation and dignity and this attracts many candidates towards this field. Lawyers also have lot of job opportunities and the pay they get is also good.

Following are some of the universities/colleges offering distance education in Law:
1.National Law School of India University (NlSIU), Bangalore
2.Govt College of Law, University of Mumbai
3.Faculty of Law, BHU, Varanasi
4.University College of Law, Bangalore
5.Symbosis Society's Law College, Pune
6.Faculty of Law, AMU, Aligarh
7.Bangalore University for Legal Studies, Bangalore
8.Faculty of Law, University of Delhi, Delhi
9.Faculty of Law, Univ of Madras, Chennai
10.I L S Law College, Pune

They all usually require you to have a graduation with atleast 55%. This is a basic requirement. For more details on the course and fee etc. its advisable that you log on to their individual web-sites.

Hope this helps.

Feel free to write back for further queries.

Wishing you all the best, Neena!
Feb 07, 2012

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