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India is regarded as the hub of Top Arts Colleges in Asia, home to some of the most famous Foreign Language Institutes that provide training across nearly every foreign language and various art forms. India also boasts of Asia's Top Law Colleges, with many of its Top Law Schools counted among the best in the world.
A lawyer or often called an 'advocate' is a person who is licensed by the government to practice law and advocates legal matters of clients. Our laws are very complex so the work of professionals practicing law becomes very important. As our society is getting more conscious to law and order, there is a huge job market for law graduates. A law graduate can work as a lawyer and also as the legal advisor in public sector or private sector.
There are various courses available in law and legal studies, depending on the qualification. You can choose a three-year law course leading to Bachelor of Law called LLB after passing graduation in any discipline or a five-year course after (10+2), leading to a BA LLB (Hons). The LLB covers practical and theoretical training like court attendance, legal aid centres and research projects including a one year internship.
Students seeking admission in the top 10 law colleges in India should be prepared to qualify through a demanding admission test which is often combined with an interview. However, you can also go for diploma courses offered in by various universities in different streams of law. There are number of specialization offered in law like corporate law, cyber law, criminal, civil law, international law, labour law, constitutional law, patent law, income tax law etc. The admission criterion to most law institutes and courses in India is quite similar. Eligibility for admission to LLB is generally on the basis of your score at the graduation level. Universities like National Law School in Bangalore conduct entrance examinations for admission to LLB.
In the recent past, language institutes in India have sprung-up at an unbelievable pace, in the metropolitan centres and smaller towns. This is largely due to the fact that the global demand for Indian professionals qualified in foreign languages has seen an unprecedented spurt. Language is one of best means communication available to an individual. Almost every organization requires a person with good communications skills.
Knowing more than one language means more opportunities. Apart from professional qualification, if you are expert in any of the foreign languages like, English, French, Spanish, Persian, Japanese, Arabic, Russian, Turkish, than you stand a great chance to land in your dream job. There are number of public sector and private sector organizations that are looking for translators. The best thing about learning multiple foreign languages is that you can work in different countries.
Another good thing in pursuing language courses in India is that, they are mostly short-term and does not need formal educational qualification. However, if someone wants to pursue degree course in any foreign language, than s/ he should have appropriate educational qualification. Students searching for the best foreign language institutes in India should verify the overall credibility of the institution in terms of its market recognition and the past record in terms of helping students find employment (recruitment assistance). There are a number of institutes and universities offering both short-term and long-term courses in foreign languages. Options in language courses range from certificate to PhD levels.
• B.A. (Hons) Drawing & Painting
• B.F.A. Sculpture
• BPA—Bachelor of Performing Arts
• BVA—Bachelor of Visual Arts
• Bachelor of Music (B. Music)
• Bachelor of Drama
• B.A. (Hons) Dance
• B.A. (Hons) Music
• B.A. Drama
• B.A. Fine Arts
• B.A. Music
• B.A. Painting
• B.F.A. Dance
• B.F.A. Painting
• B.A. Sculpture
• Bachelor of Fine Arts Courses
• B.F.A. Commercial Arts
• B.F.A. Applied Arts
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