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Reviews of Law Colleges India

A college’s review is dependent on several parameters most commonly infrastructure, faculties, student community, extra curricular activities and Success stories amongst a handful of other factors.

Infrastructure:

Most of the colleges have excellent state of art infrastructure. Each department have their own buildingandare well ventilated having excellent resources.

Faculties:

Most of the colleges have excellent faculties welcoming outstanding faculties nationally as well as internationally to conduct several workshops and seminars.

Moot Court:

All most all the law colleges have their own moot court. It is nothing but a practicing place for future lawyers. Moot Court practices will allow students to understand real life scenarios.

Extracurricular Activities:

Many colleges are known to have extra curricular activities to enhance student’s personalities and communication skills.

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Some of the common examinations to get into Top law schools are as follows:

  • The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT): This is an examination conducted by nearly 14 National Law schools/universities for their UG and PG programs.
  • Symbiosis Entrance Test (SET): This is the mode of examination conducted by the vastly popular Symbiosis International University. It is to be noted that each Symbiosis peripheral conducts their separate mode of examination.
  • All India Law Entrance Test (AILET): The National Law University, Delhi screens their applicants based on the results for this examination.
  • LSAT India: Over 30 prestigious Law colleges in India prefer this examination.
  • A few colleges like GLC Mumbai and ILS Pune admit students purely based on their performance in the qualifying exams (10+2 or its equivalent).

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The eligibility criteria are as follows:

  • Students must sit for CLAT
  • A student can be from any stream in grade XII
  • Depending on the college they might have their own selection examinations which the students have to successfully clear in-order to be invited for Group discussion or Personal Interview rounds.

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A student is only eligible to give the entrance tests in the same year she or he are sitting for their board examinations or in some cases until they reach the age limit(which varies based on different colleges)

Correspondence courses are not really recognized by the bar Council of India so a student would ideally need to check if the course they are considering is eligible.

There are quite a few colleges such as ILS Pune and Government Law College Mumbai which accept admissions on their courses based on a candidate’s Class XII results.

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Class X level mathematics questions are asked in the law entrance exams which to be honest is quite simple.

It is mandatory for any candidate to appear for CLAT in order to pursue a BA LLB course, however there is no such requirement present for LLB.

For Class XI/XII pass outs the 5 year integrated LLB program and is widely preferred.

For undergraduate students of courses such as BA/BSc/BCom/ BTech /BPharma/ BDS/ MBBS the 3 years LLB program is the only option.

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As of now there seems to be no upper age limit for the widely popular CLAT exams. In order to appear for CLAT exams however a candidate must have passed 10+2 or any other equivalent. Candidates appearing in their qualifying examination in April/May 2020 are also eligible to appear in CLAT exam.

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