Law College Admissions 2019 – KLE Law College Bangalore

Gone are the times when pursuing a career in law was a legacy affair. Today, law has opened up umpteen avenues and hence students are quite willing to foray into law as a career choice after 12th. These days there are a lot of opportunities in giant corporate houses knocking doors. It has also increased the influx in admission in law courses. Moreover there are colleges that offer integrated courses in law, viz. the benefit of two degrees under one single course. For example BA LLB BCOM LLB BBA LLB. These are 5 year integrated courses that offer undergraduate degrees in Arts, Commerce and Business alongside a degree in Law as well. It also includes an internship program of 20 weeks

Thus multiplying the opportunities as well as scope of work.

To get yourself a seat in a law colleges you need to crack the codes called LSAT and CLAT. After you clear the entrance is when you are eligible for a Law seat as per your scores in a law college. All the government and state based colleges organize these entrance exams.

Selecting a good college with state of the art infrastructure is a preliminary and important task. There are many colleges in India and Karnataka that offer courses in Law. But, do check for the infrastructure of the college, the amenities and facilities, the ranking on a national and state level basis as well as the placement assistance they offer. It’s always a good idea to short list and try and visit the colleges personally to check them out yourself rather than relying on a word of mouth. For people looking to study away from their natives, need to also look at commuting and residence provisions. Also, take into account the needs of the future as in what is your ultimate goal viz if you are going to look for a job after the course or opt for higher education in India or abroad. While deciding or narrowing down upon the college keep these points in mind.

Ultimately, before you choose law as a career make sure that you are really passionate about it and not taking it up under any kind of influence or pressure because you can only excel in your career or a field you choose, only if you are really passionate about it.

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Stringent Implementation of Cyber Laws in India – The Need of the Hour

Cyber laws deal with cybercrime viz. the relationship of the internet with electronic and technological elements like computers, hardware, software, and related information’s systems. The law is devised to control and stop cyber crimes like online frauds and scams, hacking, computer system attacks, identity thefts, prohibited or illegal content. Cybercrime can not only cause financial issues but also upset victims extremely on a mental level. There are two types of cyber crimes one is with the computer as a target and the other using the computer as a weapon. Cyber laws include copyright, defamation, freedom of Speech as well as harassment and stalking, contracts and employment, trade secrets and more.

Here are a few examples of cyber crimes in India.
For example, Google and other online search engines spend a great deal of time developing algorithms for search results. They also spend a lot of time and resource on developing maps, intelligent assistance and more. Cyber laws help these companies protect their trade secrets and take legal action with the help of cyber lawyers against cybercrime.

Online eCommerce scams are not new. There are many cases coming to light where people ask for transferring an amount of money against the transfer fee for winning a big lottery amount. Many people fall prey to the high lottery prizes and transfer. Once the money is transferred by the victim, they receive nothing. Now, you can take help of the cyber law to trace such frauds. In 2012 a 32-year-old man was arrested by the Cyber cell for duping a student from Kandivali for Rs 1.2 lacs through a lottery scam. The Mumbai cyber cell cracked this scam.

There have been many instances popping out in the media about leakage of personal Aadhar card details and more. It’s not that India does not have any cyber law. The law is very much there and comes under the Information technology Act, 2000 or IT act as they call it. Though the internet has brought forth a lot of complex legal issues while the existing laws could be old school. The notorious cyber hackers hence try to tweak these laws taking disadvantage of the glitches and use it to their own benefit. Even today with millions of Internet users in India, don’t have an email ID that is considered to be a legal email ID. There is not legalization done for email IDS even today as there is no law to do so. As the times are changing rapidly and the country is digitizing, enabling of a legal support substructure to fit the current times is absolutely necessary.

The rate at which Cyber-crimes are increasing in India, it is high time that stringent cyber laws are brought into effect to control the further rise and even the existing rate of Cyber-crimes like online frauds, scams, hacks and more.

 

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