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Is LLB alongwith CS must ??

The Harshit Aggarwal (B.Com(H) ,CS Final) (5263 Points)

24 July 2009  

Hi Friends !

I just gave my CS Foundation exams & waiting 4 result.

I am also doing B.com(h) 2nd yr frm DU ( Regular).

I am not interested in doing LLB.

Plz .tell me is it necessary to do LLB after CS 4 making a bright career in this field???

Also tell me is there any combination of CS with MBA ????

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BALU.... (CCI STUDENT....) (44614 Points)
Replied 24 July 2009

Not required, CS only enough to make career...its people interest to do LLB also,so that they can be more depth in subjects and knowledge...CS only more then enough..all the best

BALU.... (CCI STUDENT....) (44614 Points)
Replied 24 July 2009

IGNOU got mou with icsi for M.COM its gud with CS, mba also gud one...they done M.COM related subjects for CS only...if your interested just check out icsi site.....

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Mack... (N/A.) (175 Points)
Replied 24 July 2009

Depends on whether you want to go for practice or go in for employment after CS...If it is practice, then LLB will be a boon.For employment purpose, there are two widely prevalent options. The first one is CA along with CS.This has caught on heavily as many CFO positions require this combo. The other one is LLB..In fact for most compliance positions and corporate affairs posts, CS+LLB is needed. Answering your question about MBA along with CS, it is not so hot ,a combo, as with the above mentioned qualifications, but of course if done from reputed institutes can be quite good...CS+MBA needless to say is of no use in practise...Hope this helps..

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Deepika singh (CS & MBA) (46 Points)
Replied 25 July 2009


It is not compulsory to have LLB degree with CS. But it is always advisable to do so. This is because it gives you specialisation over the Laws and Stautes. However, if you are not interested then you may pursue for CA. It will also provide you a good career. The choice depends on your field of interest and the field in which you want to develop your profession. If you want to become CS then LLB is most preferable option.

All  the Best

Ankur Garg (Company Secretary and Compliance Officer)   (114659 Points)
Replied 25 July 2009

Agree with Balu but LL.B. is no doubt a very good combination with CS. 

nikita jain (final student) (77 Points)
Replied 25 July 2009

how iz d combo ca with llb..it it of any help in career upgradation??

CA Devanshi Gandhi (Ajani) (FCA DISA Mcom CIFRS & LLB)   (9058 Points)
Replied 25 July 2009

not necessary

BALU.... (CCI STUDENT....) (44614 Points)
Replied 25 July 2009

hi nikitha

Its gud, you will have deptha knowledge and you will have 2 diff ways of option for jobs....

CA. SUDHARSAN K G (Chartered Accountant) (472 Points)
Replied 25 July 2009


You selected for CS then why LLB? if you need you can pursue but it is good to do CA or CWA in my view. All the best



rakesh (Law & CS) (25 Points)
Replied 25 July 2009

Which is suitable for me other than MBA. I Finished LLB and CS inter...I am not interested in CA. Pls suggest


its upto you

Sangam (CA) (1329 Points)
Replied 26 July 2009

 see all courses r gud. after getting degrees wat u shud hv is confidence,

knowledge & good communication skills... 

v r not dng. courses for d sake of accumulating degrees.. 

wat matters in d end is knowledge.. 

degrees will just give us an edge over others, in an interview.

den its upto our potential to convert into our favour.

i hv seen many just running after d degrees & in d process not really caring abt real knowledge..

instead one shud do just one course & concentrate on in depth knowledge of subjects.. 

its not dat d more courses u do, d more knowledgeable one has.. though it shud b

but its not like that in real sense.. 




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CS. Bilu Balakrishnan (Company Secretary) (355 Points)
Replied 27 July 2009

Not necessary...Recently CS are not only looking legal matters. They are part of the top management. A degree in Management or specialised Diploma in IPR, Arbitration etc. is also welcomed

The Harshit Aggarwal (B.Com(H) ,CS Final) (5263 Points)
Replied 30 July 2009

Plz. tell me what is IPR and Arbitration ???

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