Established on 16th June 1975, Bansilal Ramnath Agarwal Charitable Trust (BRACT) is engaged in various educational, social and religious activities through its educational institutes, publication house, retail stores, and a temple. Vishwakarma University is a natural culmination of visionary academic initiatives taken by BRACT during the last 40 years.
Vishwakarma University is established as a State Private University under the Government of Maharashtra Act Number XXXVIII dated 3rd May 2017 and is recognized and regulated by the University Grants Commission (UGC). The law programs are recognized by the Bar Council of India (BCI).
About Vishwakarma University’s BBA LLB (5 Years Integrated Course)
BBA LLB is a Five years integrated undergraduate degree programme in Law enabling the students to get requisite knowledge of business administration and fundamental laws, both substantive and procedural laws, enabling the students to be professional.
The students can practice in any specific field of law or in multiple areas. The students can work in the public sector or in the private sector.
The programme curriculum, through elective papers offered, enables the students to acquire a certain extent of specialization in Constitutional Law, Business and International Trade Laws, Criminology and Cyber Law, International Law and IPR.
The Curriculum is designed in such a way to include contemporary trends and issues in cyber-crimes, media laws, agricultural industries etc. The students will develop critical thinking which will enhance their research capabilities and transform them into a good lawyer.
Class 12 from any stream of any recognized board or equivalent recognized by Bar Council of India.
How to apply?
Option 1 – In Person
Visit Vishwakarma University, Pune Campus
Visit Counselling and Admissions Office
Get detail information about the programme, curriculum, syllabus, infrastructure, facilities etc.
Apply in person for provisional admission by filling up provisional admission form along with a photocopy of required documents at the admissions office.
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