LL.B is a practical subject, practising subject.
if one does this by correspondence then one will not attend the court then how will one learn to practice in the court.
other course similar as medicine and engineering are the same nature . one can not compare these to mba. ma course as theses are not practical subjects.
advocate nihita mathur
Why do people have to sensationalise everything? The title is misleading and will cause confusion & heartburn among the student community. As RASU SHARMA commented, the case is facts specific and not a general rule of law that has been set.
It is regular or distance education degree is awarded is degree that is recognized by the uniersity under U.G.C. Act, distance education degree holder are not eligible for LL.B. admission is in my respectful view is violation of article 14, 21 of the constitution of India.
The above judgment is facts specific and it should be applied only to the university concerned and title of this post is looks like the judgment is barring all distance education degrees which is not correct. It is advisable before writing any title in the article/post read the facts properly.
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