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submitted by pragati (0 m) on 13 Jun 2011 11:13:03 IST
Hey Guys!!!!!!! How was your Delhi university Law entrance exam? Let us discuss here about the exam.....have you found the du law question paper a bit easy or moderate or difficult. Which section of paper you found tough and which paper was easy?  Have you attempted the whole paper within stipulated time frame? What you would like to  suggest to new aspirants who are preparing for next year exam.Please share your experience here with us. It will really help others   ...

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submitted by pragati (0 m) on 8 Jun 2011 18:18:55 IST
About University and ExamDelhi University  is one of the top universities in the world and  doesn’t need any kind of introduction  for it’s brand image . It has been offering variety of coursesin various disciplines. Among them programs in LLB & LLM are offered in law course. It sentrance exam takes place on 19 June this year Law exam is very popular among students because It provides various legal programs such as LLB, LLM, PhD, Doctor of Civil Law (D.C.L.) AND Master of Comparative Law (M.C.L.).Exam DetailsLaw exam is objective type and the duration of exam is for two hours . There are 175 total number of questions  of 700 marks   ...

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submitted by pragati (0 m) on 20 May 2011 18:04:35 IST
Common Law Admission Test  is the entrance exam conducted by National Law Universities  for admissions both in- undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes (LL.B & LL.M). Approx  24, 000 students appeared for the clat exam all across the nations. As there are 1100 seats are alloted in eleven different law schools in india. Alone 2000 students appeared for the test  in hyderabad in 15 centres.Nalsar  is one of the participating universities  in taking up admission of law students, has announced – number of students are increasing every year . The pattern of exam will remain same as it was of previous year with no negative   ...

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submitted by Swati (0 m) on 12 Dec 2009 13:06:28 IST
CLAT (Common Law Admission Test), a common entrance exam, is being conducted for admission  to the National Law Universities of India.  This entrance exam is an objective exam conducted all over India. This national level exam includes 200 questions with a total of 200 marks. For attempting this question paper, a student has two hours. CLAT Exam contains five subjects i.e. English, Maths up to class 10 level, General awareness, Legal Aptitude, Logical Reasoning. Subject  areas For CLAT with its weightage English including comprehension 40 Marks   ...

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submitted by Kshitiz Karjee (0 m) on 5 Jul 2009 20:17:04 IST
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) comprises the gathering of the parties to a contract, with a trained independent person – the mediator, to explore whether a mutually satisfactory elucidation can be found to the dispute that has stirred up between them. ADR is a locale of law where we dynamically seek to; improve the law, course of action and practice. It includes mediation, adjudication, arbitration, conciliation and ombudsman schemes. Most business owners in India are small business owners, contending in an ever more intense and flattening global milieu. As can be seen from the efforts of the current administration to reform the judicial structure,   ...

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submitted by Sapna (0 m) on 7 Jan 2009 13:17:52 IST
Distance learning or open universities offer integrated post graduation courses to make education more accessible to masses. This is the time of revolution in the arena of education as the traditional practice of classroom is being replaced by online teaching. Whether it’s IIT, IIM and any other institute, more and more universities today are launching distance learning as well as online flexible courses which can be pursued along with a job. In order to add another dimension to education and make it accessible to students lagging behind due to social or economic barriers, Indian government is taking initiatives to promote open learning. Globalization had a gr   ...

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submitted by Sapna (0 m) on 29 Dec 2008 23:04:59 IST
If you are planning to make a career in the field of law and are looking for some of the best colleges in US and Canada, then you need to know that it takes a lot of perseverance, knowledge, stamina and endeavor to learn to be a lawyer. But yes, the rewards after so much pain are well worth the effort. Even if you are imagining of holding an important position as a prosecutor or defense attorney in court or even if you specialize in any of aspect of law, that includes estate taxes, entertainment law, litigation, etc. And so it is to be concluded that a law degree will surely take you to the top. Law Schools in India are known for producing some of the best lawyers o   ...

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submitted by Sapna (0 m) on 29 Dec 2008 21:29:58 IST
Basic education in law studies can be earned at either a vocational school, university or a law school. Being a standard requisite to becoming a lawyer, students need to earn their law degree through an accredited law studies program. Planned for a wide range of legal professions, law schools offer essential training and skills necessary to begin a career in law and criminal justice.Varied in curriculum, the study of law involves various legal aspects of Administration, Business and Bankruptcy, Communications Law, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Contract Law, Criminal Law, Cyberspace Law, Education and Environmental Law, as well as Estates, Trusts and Wills. Other ar   ...

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