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By : CA CS Prakash Somani (A helpin
On : 15 April 2009

Is it better to pursue CS or LLB??

Please give here your opinion??

 

By : Member (Account Deleted)
On : 08 May 2009

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i hope llb is to be pursued

 

By : siddu advocate
On : 29 December 2009

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Definitely LLB is to be pursued, but it doesn't mean not better to pursue in CS.  Legal is always vast n nt only restricted chamber r court practice, itz beyond that....

 

By : saurabh kaushik
On : 25 January 2010

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both r good but ll.b is better than cs

 

By : vida
On : 25 January 2010

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m sure llb is better because by pursuing it.a person can be well aware wit dh legal things n thereafter he can prsue cs...buh onli doin dh cs course dsnt give diz facilty..tanx..

 

By : Samapika Tripathy
On : 31 May 2010

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LLB is better..But its not dat CS is not good.the thing is if U r doing only ur prospective r being a bit restrictive..In my opinion its better to go for LLB and simultaneously for CS..M an LLB student and many of my batchmats n seniors r doing this..

 

By : yamini shivhare
On : 26 August 2010

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 A combination of both LL.B and CS is a very gud option .its  enhances ur CV nd gives an edge over others as u ve more options available to u.

 

By : Kiran kumar
On : 09 March 2011

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i think that combination of both LLB & CS will be the best option,as subject depth and updation are both important for successful lawyer and also cs.

 

By : Heaven 2011
On : 11 May 2011

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 LL.B is better...there is high demand of corporate lawyers.

 

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