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Poornima278 Started The Discussion:

Hi all, Can anyone tell me is there any option for distance learning for doing LLB in Labour Law, as i m MBA in HR. Looking for your valuable reply. Regards Poornima

octavious -  Member Since: Feb 2007
HI,

THERE AIN'T ANY COURSE FOR DISTANCE LLB, AND EVEN IF YOU GET SUCH COURSE FROM SOME INSTITUTE THAN THE SAME IS NOT VALUED.

IF YOU WISH TO PURSUE,MLW THAN YOU CAN DO THE SAME FROM MUMBAI OR MADRAS UNIVERSITY.

YOU CAN TRY FOR PG IN MERCANTILE LAW, OR BUSINESS LAWS FROM NLS OR ICFAI VIA CORRESPONDENCE OR PART TIME.

YOU MAY ALSO GO FOR SHORT TERM LAW COURSE OF SIX MONTHS IN ANY OF LAW INSTITUTE IN MUMBAI AND BANGALORE AND PUNE.

THANK YOU
OCTAVIOUS

Amith R Murthy -  Member Since: Sep 2007
Hi octavious,

Thanks a lot for the Information. I would like to make it clear for you about what actually i am looking forward for, i want to either do this Law course or Psyhcology course so which would you suggest me to do. An also clarify me about the MLW that whether it is a correspondence or regular.

I would prefer to do either of this through correspondence only, so suggest on the universities that offer this course and also which one would be better.

Looking forward for your reply..............

Regards
Amith R.

octavious -  Member Since: Feb 2007
HI,

MLW IS A FULL TIME COURSE. THE OTHER COURSE YOU MENTIONED CAN BE DONE VIA CORRESPONDENCE.

IF YOU ASK ME, I WOULD NOT BE ABLE TO SUGGEST WHICH COURSE TO DO, AS I DONT KNOW WHAT YOU AIM TO DO,IF YOU PLAN TO ENTER INTO INDUSTRIAL HR, THEN MLW IS BEST,BUT IF PLAN TO GO FOR OD AND OB THEN GO FOR PSYCHOLOGY AS THATS MORE IMPORTANT IN OB AND OD.

BUT IF PLAN TO WORK IN FACTORY SET UP OR PRODUCTION SIDE THEN GO FOR MLW.

KAMRAJ AND ANNAMALAI ARE TO WHO WILL GIVE YOU CORRESPONDENCE DEGREE IN PSYCHOLOGY.

THANK YOU
OCTAVIOUS

Amith R Murthy -  Member Since: Sep 2007
Hi Octavious/Peer,


Thanks a lot for the information. I have infact checked out the details about the Psychology course from University of Madras and also from Karnataka Open University. And about Law course i have checked out the details from aiimas. Anyways thanks again for you suggestion.

Regards
Amith R.

mitali36 -  Member Since: Sep 2007
Hi octavious,

have been reading your mails and the guidelines you have been giving.

Please help me draft a campus recruitment elearning for internal education to HR team as what should be the process how we have to do it and the requisites so on can you???????????

I would be obliged. thanks

octavious -  Member Since: Feb 2007
HI,

I WOULD CONSIDER MYSELF HAPPY IF I COULD BE OF ANT HELP TO YOU. GIVE ME SOME TIME AND I WILL GET BACK TO YOU WITH RELEVANT DATA, I NEED SO PROPER RESEARCH TO BE DONE PRIOR I SAY ANYTHING TO YOU.

I THINK I HAVE SOME DATA, LET ME COLLECT MORE AND WILL SEND U AS A PERSONAL MAIL.

THANK YOU
OCTAVIOUS

ranass -  Member Since: Nov 2006
Hi ,

I am MBA(HR) from IGNOU and LL.B from Rajasthan University.For your information LL.B is professional course and can not be persued through distance learning mode anywhere in India, you can do Bachelor of General law/Academic Law (BGL/BAL) from Madurai Kamaraj or Annamalai University but with that you can not practice in the court of law. Those interested in persuing LL.B from any university will have to do it regularly or evening classes.Look for any evening law college in your city.Moreover you can do PG Diploma in Labour Law & Ind. relations from Kota open University & H.P. University

S. Singh
ssrana12gmail.com

Indra Priyadharshini -  Member Since: Jun 2007
Dear Ms.Poornima,

In Madurai Kamaraj university Diploma in Labour laws and Administrative law is available. Its a correspondence 1 year course. You can check it out in Madras University also.

regards
Indra Priyadharshini

pbskumar2006 -  Member Since: Mar 2006
Dear Ms. Poornima ji, Your better to choose ANNAMALAI UNIVERSITY (Distence Learning). The adv. is published in the leading news papers. Regards, :) PBS KUMAR




 
 
 
 





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