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
Posted 2nd October 2007 From India, Gurgaon
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
Posted 2nd October 2007 From India, Mumbai
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.
Posted 2nd October 2007 From India, Bangalore
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
Posted 2nd October 2007 From India, Mumbai
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.
Posted 2nd October 2007 From India, Bangalore
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
Posted 3rd October 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
Posted 3rd October 2007 From India, Mumbai
ranass 
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
Posted 4th October 2007 From India, Jaipur
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
Posted 6th October 2007 From India, Madras
Dear Ms. Poornima ji, Your better to choose ANNAMALAI UNIVERSITY (Distence Learning). The adv. is published in the leading news papers. Regards, :) PBS KUMAR
Posted 8th October 2007 From India, Kakinada
hi you can do BGL from Annamalai univeersity in distance modes. This is equivalent to LLB. Thanks Rohit
Posted 8th October 2007 From India, Delhi
Hello Poornima,

Symbiosis Institute provides a correspondence as well as Full time course and it is highly aapreciated Globally, as their course is highly intensive.

for more details u may log on www.symlaw.com

Warm regards
Shriya Karve.
Posted 8th October 2007 From India, Mumbai
Friends you join the regular college for LLB and then submit a letter to the principal saying that you are working. Most colleges allows this and so without daily attendance you can complete your course.

But you have to attend practicals and prelims on time.
Posted 9th October 2007 From India, Mumbai
Hi,

I am Gopal Batra, a PG in commerce. I want to do Distance Learning PG degree/ diploma cource in Operation Research from a recognised Indian University. Is there any Indian University providing this course? Also Is a PG commerce degree eligible qualification for the same.


Regards,
Gopal Hari Batra
Posted 7th August 2008 From India, Gurgaon
Hi ...

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I found this site that i think that may be of use
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just sharing .. cheers
Posted 28th October 2008 From Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur
ranass 
Hi You can persue P.G.Diploma in Labour Law & IR from Kota Open University admission are going on for one year course. Sam
Posted 28th December 2008 From India, Jaipur
HI guys

If you are looking for distance learning - there are not many that i know of - if you are looking at the law related subjects , why dont you consider the LLB from University of London (external)

I think you should be able to sit for the exams in your country and still do it on part time basis

One of my sites also provides for free materials on LLB - please feel free to use the free materials (Welcome to Online Legal Coach (OLC) | Online Legal Coach)

Alternatively - see if the university can offer you something more specific to your needs

Cheers
Posted 29th December 2008 From Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur
Hi Guys, If anyone interested to do LLB course (Regular, part time) please contact me. Fees Structure First year: 25000 Second year 12000 and Third year: 13000. Thanks Siva B email: hrsivas@yahoo.com
Posted 4th May 2009
Hi Folks,

If anyone wanna do L.L.B.(Regular - Classes not compulsory) Course in Karnataka based university with Bar council approved college. Please contact 09884123715/hrsiva@hotmail.com

This is year the last chance, from next year no one can do the course above 30 yrs.

Regards,
Siva
Mobile : 09884123715
Posted 5th May 2009 From India, Madras
Sunilk 
Dear Octavious,

With reference to your above quote, I seek guidence.
I have done my MBA in HR and wish to do couse in LAW, options I hve are LLB, Masters in Business LAW, CS.
Pls guide as to which of the above study would add value to my professional carrer.
Awaiting your reply at the earliest.....as admissions to the above courses are getting closed.
YOu may mail me at

Regards,
SunilK
Posted 20th May 2009 From India
There are various universities,collleges offering Diploma/Master's Degree in Labour law or Business law.

For two yr distance learning,MLL programme

1)Symbiosis-MLL(part time 2 yr)
2)XLRI-(part time 2 yr through Reliance centres)
3)IGNOU
4)KOTA OPEN UNIV
5)National law School,PUNE-Mas. in Business law

For 1 yr Dis. learning Diploma courses,
1)Symb-Dip in labour law
2)AIIMAS-Dip in labour law

There may be a few more,but found them relevant.

However since all these are distance learning courses,can anyone here in forum tell me if there are any regular programmes in law being offered by colleges,where attendance is not must.

Mahima

Posted 25th May 2009 From India, Jaipur
hi, I am an MBA with HR and Marketing, can you tell me if there is any online course for business law or any other online law courses available. Regards Shanu
Posted 3rd December 2009 From India, Bhubaneswar
Hi Poornima,

You can do in bangalore/andhra there are some colleges regular (course Bar Counsil approved). But it is not distance mode. Attendances not nessary and can attend the exams and get the degree after that you can go for practice.

If you wanna more details, mail me to

Cheers,
Siva
Posted 4th December 2009 From India, Madras
hi,

I am IT professional. and want to know regarding MBA course suitable for me.
I want a part time course in mumbai. even distance learning will do.
Even suggest me is there any same for LLB. I can do full time for LLB if its required.
Even suggest me is there any same for psychology . I can do full time for psychology if its required.

I am from mumbai.

Please suggest me or send a mail if possible



thanx
Posted 13th January 2010 From India, Ahmadabad
ranass 
Hi Guys,

If anyone interested to do LL.B course (Regular) from University of Rajasthan , Jaipur please contact me.

Fees Structure around Rs. 12000/- per year
Thanks
Samarjeet
email:
Posted 13th January 2010 From India, Jaipur
I've completed PGDMHR in 2009. But didn't get satisfactory job. So i want do labour law from distance learning. So suggest me it is a good decision or not. or what subject should be taken with Human Resource.
my email id is .

Looking your valuable reply.

Regards
Alka
Posted 23rd April 2010 From India, Mumbai
I have completed PGDMHR in 2009 and didn't get relevant job. So I want to do Labour Law from distance learning. Please suggest me it is a right decision or not.
Email Id-

Looking for your valuable reply

Regards

alkaroy
Posted 23rd April 2010 From India, Mumbai
Hi, one co. in Bangalore, they have affiliation with UK universitirs. Courses like, Masters in law, Psychology, Project Management through distance and full time. You can try out there at 9449026204
Posted 24th April 2010 From India, Kochi
DEar All Can Any one tell me what would be best university/ institute for doing MLW in part time. Regards, AShish
Posted 22nd August 2010 From United States, Santa Clara
Hi all, Can anyone tell me is there any option for distance learning for doing LLB (including Bar Council Approved) Looking for your valuable reply. Regards Bharathi
Posted 23rd August 2010 From India, Coimbatore






 
 
 
 







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