MBA in Law is a postgraduate business management course involving concepts of commercial laws associated with an organization, firm or industry. The covers a study of the various lawsuits that form part of the legal machinery of the corporate world besides covering advanced concepts in both public and private law. This is a 2- year-long course that follows the basic rules of a management course, spread over 4 semesters.
The average fees charged in India for pursuing this course ranges between INR 3 to 8 Lacs, varying according to the difference in institutes providing it.
As a minimum criterion of eligibility for pursuing this course, the candidate must be a graduate in any disciple from a recognized college with a minimum aggregate score of 50%, with preference given to a bachelor’s degree in Business Law. Additionally, candidates need to qualify any of the relevant exams for admission, namely CAT, MAT, XAT, SNAP etc. A college may also have its own exam conducted on the State level.
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