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Best Universities offering LLM through correspondence

 

Universities offering LLM through correspondence

 
 
LL.M. is an abbreviation of the Latin Legum Magister, which means Master of Laws. LL.M degree is an internationally recognized postgraduate law degree. It is usually obtained by completing a one-year full-time program. An LLM in India is an ideal location for advanced education in law in a country with increasing prominence and one of the world’s fastest growing economies.

 
 

It is a country of massive contrasts, such as wealth and poverty, and traditional and modern. An advanced law degree in India is a unique opportunity for more than an education, but also for an experience that can foster cultural, intellectual, and professional growth. Law studies can be done through Best Universities offering LLM through correspondence.
 
 
Distance education programs (Law) are designed to provide an excellent opportunity to those who want to update their knowledge and skills through the process of continuous learning while earning.  It provides flexibility to learn according to own time schedule. The Universities offering LLM through correspondence makes it possible for many aspiring students to study law from distance.
 
 
Distance Learning programs provide students with high quality and interactive education through web conferencing, direct broadcast satellites, message boards, chat rooms, video, and email.
 
 
Scroll through the list of Universities offering LLM through correspondence.
 
 

  • Kurukshetra University, Department of Distance Education, Kurukshetra-132119; LL.M (2 yrs); eligibility: LLB (50 pc) http://kuk.ernet.in.
  • Bundelkhand University, Campus of Open Learning, Jhansi-284128. LLM (2-yrs).
  • National Law University, NH-65, Nagaur Rd, Mandore, Jodhpur-342001 (PG programme in trade laws and WTO/ criminal law, criminology and forensic science) (www.nlujodhpur.ac.in).
  • Institute of Advanced Studies in Education, Directorate of Distance Education, Gandhi Vidya Mandir, Sardarshahr-331401 (Raj); LLM (2-yrs).
  • National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bangalore (www.nls.ac.in). Master of Business Laws (2-yr) PG Diploma.
  • Acharya Nagarjuna University, Nagarjuna Nagar-522510; LLM (2-yrs).
  • Annamalai University, Directorate of Distance Education, Annamalainagar-608002. Course: Master of Law (ML). Duration: 2 yrs (www.annamalai.ac.in).

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34 Responses to “Best Universities offering LLM through correspondence”

  1. Santosh Kumar Jha says:

    Hello sir and well wishers I am Santosh Kumar Jha pursuing full time M.B.A. and completed my B.Com in the year 2006 I also want to do LLB.what is the procedure and which are the valid institute in India Who provide the degree through distance learning.Pls help with fair and appropriate information.
    With lots of Regards.
    Santosh Kumar Jha.

  2. admin says:

    Hello Santosh,

    As per the BCI laws and guidelines, You cannot practice law if you do LLB through Distance Education.

    However you can do diploma courses in Legal issues like Human Rights, IPR, Trade mark and others.

  3. aftab says:

    Is there any provision of LLM through distance mode on the basis of LLB degree through distance Is there any univiersity/ college offering courses which enables a distance mode LLB degree holder to become eligible for practicing in courts as per the BCI norms. What are other options.

  4. manish says:

    I got below 50% in LLB from DU.I want to take admission in LLM through correspondence,plz suggest me the universities where i am eligible for admission as most of the university demand more than 50%.

  5. RAJNEESH SHARMA says:

    Hello sir and well wishers I am RAJNEESH SHARMA i have done full time M.B.A. in 2004 and completed my B.Com in the year 2002 I also want to do LLB which should approved from university and BAR COINCIAL OF INDIA.what is the procedure and which are the valid institute in India Who provide the degree through distance learning.Pls help with fair and appropriate information AND MY EMAIL ID [email protected]
    With lots of Regards.
    RAJNEESH SHARMA.

  6. Manas Santra says:

    Wheather the LL.M. Degree through the Distance & Correspondence Mode is eligible for UGC NET ?

  7. Shruthi says:

    Good Morning Sir,

    Greetings for the Day!!!

    I have done my BHRD in the year 2008 and got 3+ years of work expirience and now planning to do MHRM through distance education and I am basically from Mangalore(Karnataka).I would like to know which are the institutions offering MHRM and which institutions has Mangalore as one of the exam centres.

    Thanks and Regards

    Shruthi

  8. Raj says:

    Hello sir,

    I have done my B.A.LLB from Agra university in the year 2009 with 55% marks. I am a govt. employee ,plz suggest me the universities where i am eligible for admission
    in LLM

    Thanks

    RAJ

  9. M.Sarkar says:

    Is LL.M through Correspondence Course eligible for Government Jobs?

  10. dia says:

    thnks for such importnt information… tell the detail of last dates of kurukshetra university for LLM… pleasesese

  11. AJIT KUMAR SATAPATHY says:

    Dear Sir,

    Kindly guide me regarding the correspondent course of LLM offered by the universities.

    Thanks & Regards

    ajit kumar satapathy

  12. Anupama says:

    Dear Sir,

    Kindly let me know that am I disqualified by any college of Indraprastha University/any recognized University for lecturership inspite of clearing NET b’cz of doing LL.M from Kurukshetra University Distance learning Course.

    Did Bar Council of India recently issued any formal guidelines regarding this? Plz help me sir.

  13. divya says:

    Hello sir,

    Is LLM through correspondence course eligible for government and other jobs?

  14. rashmi says:

    hello sir, i m pursuing MBA. i want to do LL M correspondence course. plz give information. when I can write and which university is best. 59%in LLb

  15. kuldeep says:

    hello sir, i am a govt servant in haryana, i want to do llm through correspondence.can you tell me from where to do and can i do in 1 year as ugc has decreased its time.

  16. Asha Arora says:

    Sir,
    I have filled form for LLM Ist semester through distance from KU university. at the time of filling the form there was a option for Hindi and English. I fill the option in Hindi but when I recd the books all the books are in English. Now I want to know whether I can write in Hindi In Exams or not because I am remaining a Hindi Medium student all the time.

  17. Asha Arora says:

    Sir, can i get some help from the net for LLM

  18. RANGOLI says:

    LLM from correspondence is how many years. which are the universities offered this course……what is the method of exam… where the student have to right their exam

  19. G Hemalatha says:

    Is LLM through correspondence is eligible for government jobs

  20. G Hemalatha says:

    hello sir, i want to take admission in LLM through correspondence,which are the best universities offered this course and how many years because in some of the news papers i read that LLM studies for 1 year. what is the method and whether correspondence course is eligible for government and other jobs? pls give me an appropriate information

  21. S Mohammed Riaz says:

    Sir, I am a practising Advocate and my qualification is BA, LLB, and now I want to study LLM through correspondence… which college is near or in Hyderabad, AP

  22. S Mohammed Riaz says:

    Sir, I am a practising Advocate and my qualification is BA, LLB, and now I want to study LLM through corresponce… kindly suggest which college is near or in Hyderabad, AP and also inform me the details of the course and fees…

  23. kumar says:

    @Santosh Kumar Jha No institute/uiversity can offer LLB course thru Distance mode. If anyone offer, then if is not valid. One has to pursue LLB fulltime regular course from recognised university and approved by Bar Coucil of India. Further since you are pursuing MBA (if from any university), you can not apply simulteneously for another university course like LLB. After completion of MBA, you may pursue for LLB in regular and after LLB you can pursue LLM in distance mode

  24. Amit Dey says:

    Sir,
    I want to study LL.M in Criminology and Forensic Sciences.I already completed my B.A.LL.B.(Hons.).presently I am a practicing Advocate and very much eager to pursue LL.M. course.Is now-a-days LL.M. in correspondence course treated at par with regular LL.M course?If I pursue in Correspondence Mode will I have to face any discrimination?
    Kindly guide me.
    Regards,
    Amit Dey

  25. noel says:

    Sir,
    I want to study LL.M in Criminology and Forensic Sciences.I already completed my B.A.LL.B.(Hons.).presently I am a practicing Advocate and very much eager to pursue LL.M. course.Is now-a-days LL.M. in correspondence course.

  26. noel says:

    Sir,
    I want to study LL.M in Criminology and Forensic Sciences.I already completed my B.A.LL.B.presently I am a practicing Advocate and very much eager to pursue LL.M. course.

  27. noel says:

    noel :
    Sir,
    I want to study LL.M in Criminology and Forensic Sciences.I already completed my B.A.LL.B.(Hons.).presently I am a practicing Advocate and very much eager to pursue LL.M. course.Is now-a-days LL.M. in correspondence course.

    noel :
    Sir,
    I want to study LL.M in Criminology and Forensic Sciences.I already completed my B.A.LL.B.presently I am a practicing Advocate and very much eager to pursue LL.M. course.

  28. SACHCHIDANAND says:

    sir, i would like to know that which college or university in Mumbai provide LLB course which is affiliated to bar council of India?

  29. alpana krishnatrey says:

    Sir,i would like to know, is LL.M degree through distance education is valid for NET exam??

  30. MD MAJID KHAN says:

    Bar Council of India (BCI) – Legal Education Committee’s resolution on disqualifying of Faculty members with LLM Qualification from Distance Education- recognized by DEC-IGNOU-UGC/ Government of India from teaching Law in centre of Legal Education in India – this ill-designed drive-Puts the fate of lakhs of Government teachers and Private colleges teachers in the country to hang in balance-beside making them permanently unemployed – Request yours kind concern to please probe into the matter and do needful to CANCEL such order immediately please_regarding.

    REF: 1. Bar Council of India / Legal Education Committee letter Circular No-9/2012 (2283/2012)
    dated: 30-11-2012 & Circular No: BCI:D:1661/2012 dated: 21-08-2012.

    2. Shri. Asaduddin Owaisi the Hon’ able M.P (Lok Sabha, Hyderabad-A.P.) representation on the subject matter with the Chairman, University Grant Commission, New Delhi dated: 06-01-2014.
    3. Other representations made by the various Government & Private Teachers Associations in India, to the Chairman/UGC, New Delhi, the Chairman/Bar Council of India, New Delhi, and to the Director/DEB/ IGNOU/UGC/ New Delhi etc

  31. MD MAJID KHAN says:

    Bar Council of India (BCI) – Legal Education Committee’s resolution on disqualifying of Faculty members with LLM Qualification from Distance Education- recognized by DEC-IGNOU-UGC/ Government of India from teaching Law in centre of Legal Education in India – this ill-designed drive-Puts the fate of lakhs of Government teachers and Private colleges teachers in the country to hang in balance-beside making them permanently unemployed – Request yours kind concern to please probe into the matter and do needful to CANCEL such order immediately please_regarding.
    REF: 1. Bar Council of India / Legal Education Committee letter Circular No-9/2012 (2283/2012)
    dated: 30-11-2012 & Circular No: BCI:D:1661/2012 dated: 21-08-2012.
    2. Shri. Asaduddin Owaisi the Hon’ able M.P (Lok Sabha, Hyderabad-A.P.) representation on the subject matter with the Chairman, University Grant Commission, New Delhi dated: 06-01-2014.
    3. Other representations made by the various Government & Private Teachers Associations in India, to the Chairman/UGC, New Delhi, the Chairman/Bar Council of India, New Delhi, and to the Director/DEB/ IGNOU/UGC/ New Delhi etc

  32. Dr Satish Chandramadhav Legal Psychologist (Forensic Hypno-medical Psychologist) says:

    Hi There Aspirants of Legal Profession,

    Where there is will There is Way…… this maxim fits to all those who are serious about making LAW as career. A LEGAL PRACTITIONER NEVER RETIRES. Before finding the Course, you may look at following:
    1- What is your specific requirement from a degree in LAW
    2- What is your basic Degree (subject/specialization)

    Then, join Regular LLB / Part Time Evening Regular Classes and become eligible under Advocates Act 1961 as per BCI.

    Then look for a specialization concurrently, Certificate/diploma in your interest area like WTO/Forensic/IPR/Cyber Laws…..etc BEST WISHES

  33. Devendra Durge Ramesh says:

    Hello sir myself Devendra R Durge i hve completed 12th and now completing Bcom through distance education which is approved by UGC and DEB plz tell me whether this result is valid for UPSC or any equivalent exams.

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