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FAQ’S – Master of Business Law

FAQ’S – Master of Business Law

 

  • Is MBL equivalent to LL.B.?

No, Degreewise it is not but contentwise it is more than LL.B., minus the Court practical’s.

  • Is MBL equivalent to LL.M.?

No, Degreewise it is not. All Laws required to be known by a business law consultant / Advisor / Officer, are included in the curriculum.

  • What are the job opportunities after MBL?

An MBL is always preferred over any other graduate, as he specializes in as many as ten areas which are very pertinent to the business community. She / He can do all the tasks which an LL.B. graduate can do, except appearing in Courts of Law. MBL graduate can be a Law Officer / Legal Assistant / Legal Advisor in all the areas of business requirement.

  • Is there a time limit for completion of course?

The duration of the course shall be for a period of two academic years.

MBL: M.B.L. is a two year course. Every candidate admitted to the course shall pay the prescribed fees at the time of admission. If a candidate is required to continue the course beyond the second academic year because of his/her non-fulfilment of the prescribed requirements for the award of the degree, he/she will be permitted to continue for the subsequent three academic years or till all the requirements are completed whichever is earlier by paying a continuation fee as prescribed for each year (prevailing fee Rs.2,500/-).

After a period of five years if the candidate is still not able to clear the course s/he may be given an extension of another 3yrs by paying Rs.5,000/- per year for the subsequent three years as extension fee provided, s/he should have cleared 50% of the papers (out of total number of Papers prescribed) from MBL I & IIyr.

At the end of the eighth academic year, if the candidate fails to fulfil all the requirements for the award of the degree, the admission stands automatically cancelled.

  • Can Part-I and Part-II M.B.L. be taken all together?

Candidates admitted to First Year programme are eligible for promotion to second year even if she/he fails or does not appear for any or all the papers of First year.  However at the end of the 1st academic year a candidate has to remit the II year fee prescribed (to be paid between 01st June-31st August) and can continue studies in II MBL.  At the end of second year the candidate can appear for First year as well as the Second year Examinations.

  • What if the candidate does not complete the course in 5 years ?

After a period of five years if the candidate is still not able to clear the course s/he may be given an extension of another 3yrs by paying Rs.5,000/- per year for the subsequent three years as extension fee provided, s/he should have cleared 50% of the papers (out of total number of Papers prescribed) from MBL I & IIyr. At the end of the eighth academic year, if the candidate fails to fulfil all the requirements for the award of the degree, the admission stands automatically cancelled. His performance at the earlier exams is not carried forward. He will have to redo the entire academic exercise prescribed, in the syllabus.

  • What is Scheme of Examination?

A candidate is expected write the theory Papers (FIVE), each carrying 100 marks (duration 3 hours) in each year.