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Clat 2019 Rescheduled: Boon or Bane For aspirants? The CLAT has been postponed by two weeks’ time and we are left wondering if that is beneficial for the students. Some of us have read and revised our course material a number of times to regurgitate it right out of our palate. Others have not been through ingesting, but had already set up a timeline to suit an exam on the second Sunday of May. Polls have ruined the obvious and we, like always, cannot blame Modiji for that! Everyone hates spoiled plans. But, as I grew up, I realized, the screwed up ones are the best of plans. And I won’t abandon this topic here on a half-cooked positive note. I prefer to weigh it a ton. Lame jokes apart, the benefits of this ‘deferment’ are as debatable as another political decision that starts with ‘D’. And, I for sure…

Yesterday is not ours to recover but tomorrow is ours to win or lose. -Lyndon B. Johnson CLAT Preparation- Power of Positivity! Once you have started with your CLAT preparation, there will be times when you don’t feel like doing anything, there will be times when your heart will tell you to give up and just go with the flow. These times are the real test of your patience and your hunger to achieve something good in life. Always remember, only dead fish go with the flow! This journey of your life is the most crucial part of your life as it will either make or break the bridge which you need to cross in order to be a successful lawyer or more importantly, a humble, equanimous and rational human being. This article will help you understand the various phases which any law aspirant has to face and the steps…

MH CET- An Overview. The Maharashtra Common Entrance for Law or the MHCET exam is conducted by the Directorate of Higher Education, Maharashtra. The test is organized for admission to undergraduate law courses like BA LLB and LLB offered in law institutes of Maharashtra. The exam will be conducted in 18 cities of Maharashtra and aspirants have to choose three exam centers according to their own preferences. This is a national level law entrance examination which is conducted only in online mode. The duration of the exam is 120 minutes and this is a favorite among the students as there is no negative marking in the test. MH CET Eligibility Unlike AILET, all the candidates applying for this test need to be citizens of India. Moreover, aspirants are required to fulfill the eligibility criteria given below to appear for the exam and to get admission in five-year integrated law programmes…

The All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) is conducted every year by the National Law University (NLU), New Delhi. The notice for AILET has been released by NLU, New Delhi on its official website and the exam is usually held on the first Sunday of May. Based on their performance and marks in AILET 2019, law aspirants can get admission to BA LLB (Hons) in NLU, New Delhi. Candidates are shortlisted for admission to fill 83 seats in the BA LLB (Hons) course. In BA LLB program, there are 73 seats and the remaining 10 seats are open for direct admission to Foreign Nationals. AILET 2019 Eligibility (as per the official site) In order to be eligible to take this test, the law aspirants should have passed the 10+2 examination with a minimum of 50% marks. The students appearing for 10+2 examinations at the time of the AILET can also…

This month is very important for the purpose of Form Filling and Application process of various colleges and exams that you are preparing for. Here is the list and detailed Date Sheet of colleges and exams. MAJOR LAW ENTRANCE EXAMS: CLAT 2019 Application: Last Date is 31st March 2019 Exam Date: 12th May 2019 Website: www. clatconsortiumofnlu.ac.in Colleges: National Law Universities AILET 2019 Application: Last Date is 8th April 2019 Exam Date: 05th May 2019 Website: www.nludelhi.ac.in College: National Law University, Delhi SET 2019 Application: Last Date is 15th April 2019 Exam Date: 4th May 2019 Website: www.set-test.org Colleges: Symbiosis International University LSAT 2019 Application: Last Date is 15th May 2019 Exam Date: 26th May 2019 Website: http://www.pearsonvueindia.com/lsatindia/ Colleges: 1.    Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat 2.    UPES Dehradun 3.    KLE Bangalore 4.    VIT Law School 5.    Amity Law School CET 2019 Application: Yet to be announced.…

How to crack CLAT Credits- Shipra Verma Time is running out for CLAT 2019. With hardly any time left to prepare, aspirants look for a winning strategy to crack the coveted law entrance exam. Several issues bother candidates. How to prepare for CLAT 2019 is the leading worry assailing candidates, making them twitch with anxiety. This article addresses their rising concerns with effective solutions. The article helps you understand how to study effectively and the areas to cover thoroughly in the remaining time frame. Preparation tips from experts have been given to guide candidates, to make them focus on the important sections and chapters. English: The English section in CLAT contains 40 marks. Being well-versed in English is crucial for a lawyer therefore it becomes all the more critical for any CLAT aspirant to have a good hold over the language and basic concepts of grammar. Reading eclectically is a…

CLAT Exam Pattern 2019  Credits – Shipra Verma CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) is an all India level entrance test which is regulated by the Consortium of National Law Universities. The CLAT exam is conducted for admission to undergraduate & postgraduate law programmes. On the basis of CLAT scores, candidates can get admission into various government & private law colleges across the country. In this article, we are providing the detailed information about CLAT 2019 Exam Pattern. CLAT Exam pattern: CLAT paper comprises 200 questions which are distributed into 5 sections namely English, Maths, GK/Current affairs, Logical reasoning and Legal reasoning. There is also negative marking of 0.25 marks i.e. for every four wrong answers 1 mark is deducted. Therefore, it is very important for law aspirants to carefully attempt the paper. The break-up of the questions is as follows: Subject/Section No. of Questions English/Verbal Ability 40 Mathematics/Quantitative Aptitude 20…