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    Will diploma in corporate law help or should i go for MBA hr or should i do CS after doing LLB?

    i am llb graduate and want to do course ahead, will diploma in corporate law help me or should i go for mba hr or cs ? plzz advise.

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    Re: Will diploma in corporate law help or should i go for MBA hr or should i do CS after doing LLB?

    Rather than a Diploma in Corporate Law , LLM course in Corporate Law will hold you in a lot better stead in the corporate sector.

    Between MBA in HR and CS, I would suggest you to go for Company Secretaryship(CS).

    The CS course will help you in optimum utilization of your Law background. On the other hand , after MBA HR you will start as a fresher in corporate circle with virtually no connection with law.

    So, go for CS . This course can sky rocket your earnings and also help you to reach the peak of Corporate ladder much faster.

    Details of CS course-

    After completing Graduation one is directly admitted to the Executive Program of CS course exempting the Foundation Program.

    So ,you can directly take admission in Executive Programme as you are a LLB graduate.

    The Student who would like to join the Course after passing the Graduation has to undergo two stages of the Company Secretaryship namely-

    Executive Programme
    Professional Programme

    Besides, the student has to undergo Practical Training for about 15 months.

    Cost of Prospectus for the Executive Programme : Rs. 300/- by cash payment while
    Rs.350/- by Post or courier

    Fee for Executive Programme - Rs. 7000/- for Commerce Graduates while
    - Rs. 7750/- for Non Commerce Students
    Good Luck

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