The study of law is no longer limited to the general graduate students. Rather, apart from doctors, engineers, IAS, IPS are also becoming students, they are studying law. Officers of various government departments, employed and working in different sectors are also doing LLB.
Due to this the demand for LLB has increased in the last few years. This time applications were received up to 5 times as compared to seats. This situation regarding admission in LLB was not there till a few years back. The seats used to remain vacant then, but the trend has increased recently. According to experts, this has happened due to the removal of age bar and there has been a tough competition for admission.
There are 160 LLB seats in Chhattisgarh College, Raipur. This time around 1000 students’ applications were received for admission. Similarly, a large number of applications were received for LLB in other colleges like Kusum Tai Dabke, Disha Law College and other law colleges affiliated to Ravi. Officials of various colleges said that there are many people who are doing LLB even after retiring.
within the ambit of the law
Dr. Rajiv Chaudhary, President of the School of Law of Pt. Ravi Shankar Shukla University, says that today every field is under the purview of law. Legal advisors are needed to resolve legal issues in the medical profession, insurance companies, engineering firms. Opportunities are more in the field of law, so the interest of students has increased. BA.LLB and LLM courses are offered in Ravi Vidhyashala. This time also a large number of students not only got applications for BA.LLB, but they also gave the entrance exam.
Lots of possibilities, so trends
After studying law, there are many possibilities, so the trend is high. After graduation, there is an option of civil judge and public prosecution in the field of law. To understand these nuances, students take the help of the college. Along with this, they are taking admission in law for the purpose of advocating, becoming a legal advisor, becoming a spokesperson, having comprehensive knowledge and using law in their field of work. Law is an important subject in Civil Services examination also. In this, general questions are asked about some Acts. These include Human Rights Protection Act, CrPC, Civil Rights Protection Act, SC-ST Act, Right to Information, Environment Protection, Consumer Protection, Information Technology, Corruption Act etc.
There are more than 1000 applications for 160 LLB seats in our college. Due to being a professional course, all classes like students, employed, housewife, retired officers-employees want to take admission.
-Dr. Bhupendra Karwande, Assistant Professor-Chhattisgarh College
Engineering, PhD, pass out students from NIT are taking admission in law. People want to do law knowing their rights and duties. The college has 320 seats, more than 700 applications have been received.
-Dr. Preeti Satpathy, Assistant Professor-Kusumatai Dabke Law College