MBL from NLSIU,Bangalore


paromita
hi there,
anyone who has joined this MBL program from NLSIU,Bangalore and has good information about its job maket value pls answer to this question.

i have completed my BA LLB and recently joined the Kolkata high Court.but i\'m not interested to continue in practice and prefer to work in any MNC or organisation as a legal advisor or law officer.i\'m planning to join this MBL program next year (2010).but one friend of mine told me that will not help me much to get a good job.is that true?i made my mind to persue this degree. but now i\'m confused.
hi there,
anyone who has joined this MBL program from NLSIU,Bangalore and has good information about its job maket value pls answer to this question.

i have completed my BA LLB and recently joined the Kolkata high Court.but i\'m not interested to continue in practice and prefer to work in any MNC or organisation as a legal advisor or law officer.i\'m planning to join this MBL program next year (2010).but one friend of mine told me that will not help me much to get a good job.is that true?i made my mind to persue this degree. but now i\'m confused.
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jsd
An MBL certainly can't hurt your chances, especially when its from NLS.

Having said that, this particular program is unlikely to contribute much to your chances of a private sector job. The really good companies look for either a pedigreed undergrad degree (any of the top 5-7 law schools) or work experiance in lieu. A distance education degree such as this one won't improve your chances much.

On the other hand, a masters' degree may turn out to your advantage if you apply for a job in a government company. The course material is very good and will definitely improve your understanding of law if you are sincere - particularly for those who took it easy during their graduation.

Keep in mind the cost and more importantly, the time investment.
An MBL certainly can't hurt your chances, especially when its from NLS.

Having said that, this particular program is unlikely to contribute much to your chances of a private sector job. The really good companies look for either a pedigreed undergrad degree (any of the top 5-7 law schools) or work experiance in lieu. A distance education degree such as this one won't improve your chances much.

On the other hand, a masters' degree may turn out to your advantage if you apply for a job in a government company. The course material is very good and will definitely improve your understanding of law if you are sincere - particularly for those who took it easy during their graduation.

Keep in mind the cost and more importantly, the time investment.

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Aliasgar
Hi, i think jsd has succintly put across the facts. Whilst its true that an MBL will certainly not make you very 'marketable' but it will surely help in terms of knowledge. As i understand, you do not intend to practice in a court of law and ur already an LLB, so you may consider enrolling for this one. I have enrolled for the year 2009-2011.
Hi, i think jsd has succintly put across the facts. Whilst its true that an MBL will certainly not make you very 'marketable' but it will surely help in terms of knowledge. As i understand, you do not intend to practice in a court of law and ur already an LLB, so you may consider enrolling for this one. I have enrolled for the year 2009-2011.
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anirban
hi i am a law graduate from kolkata i am planning for doing MBL you just tell me when admission starts?and give me some guideline i am very much thankful if you help me out. Anirban you can send me to my id. anirbangope@rocketmail.com plz treat this urgent . I have completed my BA LLB and recently joined the Kolkata high Court.but i\'m not interested to continue in practice and prefer to work in any MNC or organisation as a legal advisor or law officer.i\'m planning to join this MBL program next year (2010).
hi i am a law graduate from kolkata i am planning for doing MBL you just tell me when admission starts?and give me some guideline i am very much thankful if you help me out. Anirban you can send me to my id. anirbangope@rocketmail.com plz treat this urgent . I have completed my BA LLB and recently joined the Kolkata high Court.but i\'m not interested to continue in practice and prefer to work in any MNC or organisation as a legal advisor or law officer.i\'m planning to join this MBL program next year (2010).
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jsd
Anirban - you will find information at http://www.nls.ac.in/academic_programmes_distance_education_courses.html
Anirban - you will find information at http://www.nls.ac.in/academic_programmes_distance_education_courses.html
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puny.m
Hi guys it seems like there are couple more who knows about this course of NLS's. Anyways the point here is I have done my Masters in Acc and Fin Mgt from UK and currently working for a Wealth Mgt firm in B'lore. I'm 22 years old and I have got a passion of having as many as qualifications as suffix to my name :P.

Well that doesn't not mean I want to pursue only for that sake. I would also like to enhance my knowledge in the mean time. Along with working, I have taken up Company Secretary from ICSI and I'm also planning to taken up this MBL programme from NLSIU.

What do you say guys? Anyone who has seen the syllabus would agree to the fact that LL.M. has a narrow specialization when compared with MBL. The thing I'm concerned here is that will it be recognizable as its a distance learning programme? Please let me know if you are aware of it. Thank you for your patience and I would really appreciate if anyone could reply for this.
Hi guys it seems like there are couple more who knows about this course of NLS's. Anyways the point here is I have done my Masters in Acc and Fin Mgt from UK and currently working for a Wealth Mgt firm in B'lore. I'm 22 years old and I have got a passion of having as many as qualifications as suffix to my name :P.

Well that doesn't not mean I want to pursue only for that sake. I would also like to enhance my knowledge in the mean time. Along with working, I have taken up Company Secretary from ICSI and I'm also planning to taken up this MBL programme from NLSIU.

What do you say guys? Anyone who has seen the syllabus would agree to the fact that LL.M. has a narrow specialization when compared with MBL. The thing I'm concerned here is that will it be recognizable as its a distance learning programme? Please let me know if you are aware of it. Thank you for your patience and I would really appreciate if anyone could reply for this.
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Hello, If anyone has access to the MBL question papers,
Request you to send at my mail id kajsood@gmail.com or kajal.sud@ril.com
1] MBL 2 question papers for the years June 2010, June 2011 and Dec 2011
2] MBL 1 question papers for the years Dec 2011
Thanking you in advance
Regards,
Kajal Sood
9867325373
Hello, If anyone has access to the MBL question papers,
Request you to send at my mail id kajsood@gmail.com or kajal.sud@ril.com
1] MBL 2 question papers for the years June 2010, June 2011 and Dec 2011
2] MBL 1 question papers for the years Dec 2011
Thanking you in advance
Regards,
Kajal Sood
9867325373
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Hello everyone

I am btech graduate .Passed out in 2011.So i joined in nlsiu for mbl.I am goin to join mba for 2012-2014.
Because of all cat mat and etc exams and interviews for mba,i couldnt attend classes conducted by the college.i dont know anything about the course.Please can you enlighten me about the course ,the pattern of questions and any previous question papers and anything and evrything about the course.Please do reply to my mail i.e souravikiran@gmail.com
Hello everyone

I am btech graduate .Passed out in 2011.So i joined in nlsiu for mbl.I am goin to join mba for 2012-2014.
Because of all cat mat and etc exams and interviews for mba,i couldnt attend classes conducted by the college.i dont know anything about the course.Please can you enlighten me about the course ,the pattern of questions and any previous question papers and anything and evrything about the course.Please do reply to my mail i.e souravikiran@gmail.com
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