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Maulik Dave
Hr Professional

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Can any one suggest me about DLL & LLB-in specialised labour law. which one is better for my career.. I have three years of experience in Hr generalist & compliance, currently Also working as Hr Compliance & statutory Ex, I want to explore my career. Senior's Request you to please Guide me Regarding.
Thanks
Sushil

From India, Mumbai
@ Sushil
Good Evening.....!!!!!
As such Both are almost equal.
But In my view DLL will be the better option if you want to work as a HR Generalist, Because it covers some part of HR practices.
In future If you are thinking to work as independent consultant LLB (With Specialization) will work more. As it covers broder prospective of Laws.
I hope this will help.

From India, Ahmedabad
Dear Sushil ji,
According to me both DLL and LLB are equally better / important. First one is a diploma whereas the second one is a bachelor degree.
DLL is a diploma in Labour Laws. You study all labour laws in this course. In LLB, you study labour laws along with criminal law, civil law, family law, contract law, property transfer law, taxation law, administrative law, company law, environmental law, Law of evidence, Indian constitution and many more. Only four labour laws you study in LLB.
To do specialization in labour laws, you need to do DLL but you should not ignore LLB. I mean to say, you need to do both but, HR compliance point of view, DLL is must.
Ultimately, what is important, is the KNOWLEDGE you have. The certificates / degrees are the entry pass to get in to employment. Your certificates / degrees should be seen on your face.
This week itself I came across one HR professional with many qualifications telling me PF is not applicable to labour class.

From India, Mumbai
Dear Senior
Thank you so much for your valuable feedback
But if I will go with LLB. Can I Work as Labour lawyer and labour law consultant, because I am looking next five to six years.to set myself in this role.Can I ?
what additional skills and knowledge Do I need to improve,( like Writing, speaking etc )
please give me your valuable Guidance/ Advise
regards
Sushil.

From India, Mumbai
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