LL.B. is a bachelor degree in Law. The expansion of LL.B. is Legum Baccalaureus (latin). The bachelor degree started at University of Paris. In India The Bar Council of India regulates the LL.B. degree. Originally LL.B. was a 3 year degree to be pursued upon completion of graduation. L.L.B. on the other hand Bachelor of Legislative Law is the graduate law degree offered by Indian colleges. The course span for L.L.B. is by and large three years. However there are two alternatives to seek after an undergrad law degree. One is 3 years course whose qualification is graduation and the other is coordinated which is five year span course for 10+2 pass understudies. Moves on from any field can settle on the LLB course. The course is partitioned into six semesters in the vast majority of the law colleges. LLB course is viewed as prestigious and an attorney is loved in the public eye as he has the information of laws that are extremely basic part in numerous parts of life. Aside from this element Law degree holders can discover openings for work in both private and open areas. Albeit the vast majority of the legal advisors want to end up supporter and specialize in legal matters as calling. Law instruction in India was begun in 1987. The BCI (Bar Council of India) is the principle administrative group of Law training in India. The main law University in India was set up in Bangalore named as "National Law School of India University".