As LLB has assumed a great importance these days, there is a blind run to get admission to this course. To get admission to the top class ( Quality ) LLB institute, the aspirants have to cross a big hurdle called entrance test. This time there is the provision /name the test called CLAT. This test is a bit of tough. It requires big hard work to get the desired cut off. After clearing this test, the students can get admission in a regular mode. The course runs for 3 or 5 years. Three years after graduation and five years after senior secondary.
However, there are some students who can't pursue this dream of doing LLB regularly due to various reasons. So they have only one scope to opt the second option - doing it in private or correspondence mode. Reluctantly, they keep searching/ asking about the universities that can make them Lawyer without their attending the class.
Is there possibility to do LLB in a Private or Correspondence Mode ?
There is only question to your question and that is " No ". First of all, the universities/ councils must be recognized under Bar Council of India ( BCI ). And after getting the degree, these candidates will have to register their degrees Under Advocates Act ( UAA ). This Act is compulsory and if not, you can not be a lawyer.
Warning :- There are some universities that offer LLB in correspondence mode. But these degrees are not valid. These degrees are only for namesake, not for work. If you just want to get these degrees, you can search for them. Obviously, they will not help you in you career.
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So it is crystal clear that you can't do LLB course in correspondence or private mode. Though some universities offer this law course in the distance mode, there is no value of it. Therefore it is advisable to do it regularly.