Common Law Admission Test

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It is a centralized test for admission to famous National Law Universities in India one can give the test after the Higher secondary Examination or the 12th grade for admission in National Law Universities in their undergraduate Programmes in Law. Minimum marks which are required in 12th grade from the recognizing Board in order to give CLAT is 45% marks in aggregate. (40% in case of SC and ST candidates) and an age below 20 years as on 1st July of the year of Test (25 years in case of SC and ST candidates). Students whose results are awaited can also appear in the test.

Opting Law as a career option is best suited for those who wants to pursue following career options after completion of their LLB and LLM :-

1. Practicing as an advocate in the court of law.

2. Practicing with corporate firms.

3. Working as an legal advisor for various organization.

4. Working as an public prosecutor and in various government department and ministries

5. Working in bank and insurance companies

6. Most importantly one can join judicial services immediately after completion of his LLB.

There will be two hours admission test consists of objective type questions on English, general knowledge, basic mathematic, legal and logical reasoning. All the above subjects will be covered thoroughly and for each and every subject our approach to give full, conscience and important knowledge to the students. This pattern will take 50 to 60 days for the completion of each and every subject thoroughly, specially from the point of view of clearing the exam.

with in this (50 to 60 days) course duration regular tests will be conducted so that we know the improvement of students in each and every subject. Regular doubt sessions will be held after completion of each subject. Regular doubt sessions will help in understanding the things more clearly and practically.

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