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I am B.tech(Electrical Hons) from NIT, Kurukshetra and MBA IT from SMU(Distance Learning). Curently I am working in TCS as software Engineer. I want to do LLB from Punjab Univesity, Chandigarh or from Kurukshetra University. My first preference is any distance learning course for the same. But even after a lots of research I couldn't find whether these two universities offer distance learning course for LLB or not. Could you please suggest somethng for the same. If in case distance learning course is not there can I do it as a part time course from any of these two?(Chandigarh is my first preference). My mail ID is .
Looking forward for your response.
Thanks and Regards,
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 in Chandigarh city.
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