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    LLB or MBA Finance after graduation?

    m persuing my cs final year n have completed my graduation from du..
    i want to go for llb , which university would b a good option for it?
    as i dont want to go for any law profession, its just an add on to my cs course..
    n also mba in finance would b suitable or llb??

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    Re: LLB or MBA Finance after graduation?

    Hello dear

    first of all i will tell about the importanc eof both the courses and threafter i will tell which is the best:


    bachelor of law is the full form of LLB It will be of 3 or 5 years for integrated course.The eligibility required for the LLB course is 12th marks getting aggreagte of 45%and for sc/st it is 40% and for the candidates who want to do LLB 5 year integrated course is the eligibility is they should do 10+2 in any stream with aggregate of 45% and for the sc/st it is 40% relaxation is there and the fee structure for every year will be based upon the college in which they are going to take the course generally it will be in the rang of 26000.And for the students who want to pursue their graduation with any stream of aggregate of 45% and for the sc/st it is 40% we can aslso do LLB course by writing the entrance test CLAT exam and getting good score in that to get good colleges.

    The number of good universities in india:

    WB national university of judicial sciences
    ILS Law college-pune
    Government law college-mumbai
    New law academy
    DES law college
    Jindal global law school
    Banaras hindu university
    National law school of university-bangalore
    National academy of research and institutions
    campus law center
    symbiosis law center
    gujarat law university
    Rajiv gandhi school of intellectual property
    Amity university
    Faculty of law banaras hindu university
    government law college
    army institute of law college

    Above mentioned colleges offer excellent coaching in law college.so do your course LLB in these colleges and get better coaching from them.


    master of business administration under finance stream.It is a 2 year course .The eligibility of this course is that they should get the graduatio done with an aggregate of 50% and for the sc/st it is 45% .They should be belong to an college or university of center or state .They can take any stream in their graduation.Even finak years also can write the entrance test such as CAT,MAT,XAT,SNAP,GMAT etc for writing these test they will get admission in MBA institutions.If they write CAT and if they get good percentile then among all the B schools IIM's offer the top B SChool and it can be attained only by writing the entrance test such as CAT and for the other B school we can get by writing the entrance exam that i had listed above.

    So in my view it depends upon your interest and the demand of the courses in the present trend for doing MBA we have to acquire skills such as communication,leadership,team work,social,project management,risk management,administerial ,managerial skills etc should be there where as for the candidates who take LLB should have grip on the course they had taken about laws and sections .There are more job opportunities for MBA when compared to LLB.In LLB we will get opportunities such as Adivisor,public prosecutor,solicitor general,work under governments and work under ministries ,work as NGO's,teaching in college,working as a reporter in news paper etc.the starting salaries for the graduate in LLB usually range from the 5000 to 15000 based upon the experience and the level of post and talent that he/she will have the salary will increasing form 20000 to 50000 and above.For MBA also there aremany job opportunites in finance stream .They are accountant manager,corporate councilors,finance manager,chief financial officers,cash managers,risk managers,credit managers and specials,investment sales asspciates and trade.And the salary for MBA graduate range from 30000 to 50000 and above based upon the experience and talent.So it is based upon your interest to choose course i had given the eligibility and career prospect so in that which ever course you want to choose take it and get benefits from and it and improve career as both are good courses for candidtes who want to do management and LLB course.

    Best of luck.........

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