courses offered

B.A., LL.B (5 Year Integrated Course)

INTAKE: The total intake is 120 seats


LL.B (3 Year Course)

INTAKE: The total intake is 60 seats


B.A., LL.B (5 Year Integrated Course)

Qualification: The candidate should have passed XII (10+2) examination from any recognized Board with minimum 60% marks . Students who have appeared for their Standard XII final examination and awaiting results are also eligible to apply.

LL.B (3 Year Course)

Qualification: The candidate should be graduate from any recognized university with minimum 60% marks. Students who have appeared for their final examination and awaiting results are also eligible to apply.

key features

1) Curriculum for building legal skills.
2) Language Lab.
3) Guest lectures by Leading Luminaries from Law firms, Judiciary, Lawyers.
4) Interactive learning.
5) National and International E-Journals like Manupatra , West Law and various IP Online Resources.
6) Wi-Fi campus and Hostel.
7) Qualified & experienced faculties from academia.
8) Regular interaction with Law firms, judiciary, legends from field of Law industry.
9) Planned and focused internship.
10) Placement cell with tie-up with renowned law firms across India.


Q) Why should one study law?
LAW has a unique selling proposition. Only Law graduates can adorn the offices in all the three organs of the Government; namely the Legislature, Executive and the Judiciary. Other graduates may occupy the high offices of Legislature and Executive, but not in the Judiciary. This is precisely the reason why it is often said that a Law degree can open the door to a wide variety of careers.

Q) Why should you take admission in Disha Law College?
Disha Law College is only one private institute in Raipur which is affiliated to Pt.Ravi Shankar Shukla University which is a state university and hence giving more authenticity to the degree. Disha Law College makes the students academically strong as well as a complete lawyer who is equipped with academic knowledge, personality and spirit for justice in and outside legal world. This is the reason why from first semester itself, we introduce clinical legal education and internship in various Non-governmental organization, Legal Department, Government organization ect. Competitions, moot courts and workshops are a regular feature for sharpening the personality of students and provide them a platform to discuss various recent emerging social-legal issues. Legal trips to various places are organized to make students aware about the real situation in society. The aim is always to brush up the advocacy skills of students according to working strategies of real law world.
• The mooting culture, which is an inherent part of any law school life, is developing at a very fast pace as our students are consistently performing brilliantly in several moots and conferences throughout the country.
• Our college has an active Debating, Cultural and Sports Committee.
• All faculties belong to prestigious law school across India.
• The Senior-Junior relationship in this college is unmatchable. Teachers and seniors are extremely helpful.

Q) What are the opportunities after law degree?
Law is a course which you can explore in any field or career you wish to join. Law is an integral part of any profession like companies, corporate sectors, government and private sector, academics, hospitals, banks ect .As these sectors have post of law officer looking after the various legal affairs of the respective sector. It has a wide scope for research and also you can work as freelancer. With the liberalization of India’s economy there is a huge demand for highly skilled lawyers in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, banking and finance, infrastructure contracts, debt restructuring, FEMA regulations, IPRs, corporate governance, private equity deals, WTO law etc. Law firms, both international as well as domestic, regularly recruit such lawyers in large numbers. Same is the case with big companies like TATA, Reliance, Infosys, Wipro, TCS, ICICI Bank, etc.

Q) Who are eligible to study law?
Any person of any stream who has passed 12th or a graduate can pursue law, subjected to minimum required academic qualification and within prescribed age limit.

Q) What are the courses which offered in Law?
B.A.LL.B. ( 5 years integrated ) and LL.B. ( 3 years)

Q) What are the difference between B.A, L.L.B (5 years) And L.L.B (3 years)?
There is no difference between B.A, L.L.B ( 5 years) and L.L.B ( 3 years) except the time period and some subjects, In LLB only law subjects are the key focus where as law and social science subjects are included in B.A.LLB.

Q) Is there any impact on job opportunity while choosing any course in between the two?
No, Not as such.

Q) Is there any age restriction to take admission on BA. LLB and LLB courses?
Yes, In BA, LL.B age limit less than 21 years and LLB the age should be less than 30 as on 1st July.

Q) Who can study 5 years Law course?
A person with approved/recognized board intermediate or 10+2 with the University prescribed minimum percentage of marks.

Q) Who can study 3 years Law course?
A person with approved/recognized university graduate degree with the university prescribed minimum percentage of marks.

Q) What is 5 years Law Course?
The college currently offers B.A. LL.B (Integrated) Course. It is of 5 years duration with, conferment of double degree of LLB and B.A.

Q) What is 3 year Law Course?
This course is of 3 years duration ending with, conferment of LLB. In general a 3 year LLB course is pursued by someone who has already completed Degree. The College currently offers 3 year as L.L.B.

Q) What is immediate Prospect of Law course?
A person with LLB degree can litigate as an advocate after enrolment all over India.

Q) What are other prospects of LLB/BA.LLB?
There are a plethora of opportunities for a law graduate. One can either practice as an advocate in a court of law or work with corporate firms. By clearing exams conducted by Public Service Commissions, a law graduate can become a judge. After gaining experience, a law graduate can aim to become Solicitor General, a Public Prosecutor or offer services to government departments and ministries. One can also work as a legal adviser for various organizations. Teaching in colleges, working with NGOs and working as a reporter for newspapers and television channels are other attractive option.

Q) Is Law degree valid internationally?
Yes, this degree is valid Pan India and also internationally subject to local laws.

Q) Is one can have law degree through distance education?