Bachelor of Business Administration, LLB (BBA, LLB)
The rapid changes in the economy and society, the balance between business and regulations, and emerging market dynamics and policy measures have made law and legal strategy important like never before. It also demands a new approach to teaching and understanding law that works towards creating solutions for maintaining order and handling disagreements that confront business and society. PES University aims to set new standards of excellence and relevance in legal education.
This integrated program is spread over Ten (10) semesters with well balanced curriculum of Business Administration and Law verticals. The curriculum is designed with the blend of Theory and Practical components which creates a platform to enhance the Knowledge, Skill and Ability of candidates and prepares them for matching global competency. This program of study has been designed keeping in view the demand in the market for professionals in Government, Non-government and Corporate sectors
The candidates interested in seeking admission to this program study shall follow the steps given below:
- Register the candidature for PESSAT by paying the prescribed fee i.e., Rs.1050
- Appear for PESSAT – 2017 or CLAT-2017 to secure a rank
- Apply to PES University with PESSAT – 2017 rank or CLAT-2017 rank
- PES University shall announce the list of provisionally selected candidates along with the waitlisted candidates
- The provisionally selected candidates shall be required to appear for personal interview and complete the admission process by paying prescribed fee as well as submitting copies of relevant certificates on or before the specified date
- If any of the selected candidates does not complete the admission process by due date, the waitlisted candidates will be invited to join the program of study.
For admissions to first year of the 5 year BBA, LLB integrated course, the candidate…
- Has to be successfully qualified in the examination of 10+2 or equivalent pattern
- Shall have secured minimum marks of 45% (44.5% and above shall be treated as 45%) of total marks in qualifying examination, in case of general category applicants and 40% (39.5% and above shall be treated as 40%) of total marks in case of SC and ST applicants
- Has to be successfully qualified in the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) or PESSAT-2017 entrance Exam
- Shall be less than twenty (20) years in case of general category and less than twenty two (22) years in the case of SC, ST and OBC as on 1st June of every academic year.
Intake: The intake for this program of study shall be 60.
Selection: Admission is strictly based on merit.
Fee Structure: Candidate seeking admission to the 5-year BBA, LLB (Hons) degree program shall pay the tuition and other fees as prescribed by the University from time to time. For more info, please visit http://pes.edu/pessat/fee-structure/
PES University has a unique advantage of a successful track record in research in multiple disciplines. The focus on research will help our students in understanding various dimensions of law to enable the application of principles of law intelligently and effectively.
Our Faculty is our most precious resource and one of the four pillars on which PES University rests (the other three being Management, Students and Infrastructure). Our Faculty members develop and deliver the educational programs that bring excellent students to PES University in the first place.
All our campuses incorporate infrastructure that matches the best in the country – ensuring that students have everything they need for a stimulating campus life. Students have access to the latest computing and research facilities. The PES University campus sprawls over 25 lush acres. PESIT South Campus will be a part of multi disciplinary University Campus. The University has well equipped Hostel for students and a furnished Guest House for visitors.
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