Common Law Admission Test [CLAT] is an all India based exam conducted every year for admission into the National Law Universities for their under graduate and post graduates courses. Since 2015, this exam is now being conducted online. Earlier, it used to be in the offline mode. Each year paper is set by the University in the serial order in which they were established. Following colleges conducted CLAT exam till now -
There are total 17 universities which shall be offering admission through CLAT 2016. The list of universities is as follows; -
Breakup of Marks
|1||English including Comprehension||40 Marks|
|2||General Knowledge and Current Affairs||50 Marks|
|3||Elementary Mathematics [Numerical Ability]||20 Marks|
|2||Legal Aptitude||50 Marks|
|5||Logical Reasoning||40 Marks|
ENGLISH INCLUDING COMPREHENSION – This section primarily consist of four major parts, Reading Comprehension, Grammar, Vocabulary and Miscellaneous. In Reading Comprehension part, focus is on testing candidates proficiency in English based on comprehension passages and grammar in the comprehension section. Candidates will be questioned on their understanding of the passage and its central theme, meanings of words used therein etc. The grammar section requires correction of incorrect grammatical sentences, filling of blanks in sentences with appropriate words, etc. Vocabulary part involves questions based on Synonyms, Antonyms etc. Under Miscellaneous part, candidate is tested on the variety of topics, like Para Jumbles, Foreign Words, Idioms and Phrases etc.
GENERAL KNOWLEDGE AND CURRENTS AFFAIRS – This section can be divided into two parts, i.e., Static GK and Current Affairs. Questions under Static GK portion will be from History [Ancient, Medieval and Modern], Geography, and Polity, Economics, Science and other miscellaneous part. Whereas Questions in Current Affairs section will test candidates on their knowledge of national and international current affairs.
MATHEMATICS – This section will test candidate’s knowledge on elementary mathematics, i.e. math’s taught up to 10th Standard. Topics like Number System, Average, Percentage, Simple Interest and Compound Interest, Time and Work, Time, Speed and Distance, Ratio and Proportion etc are tested frequently under this section.
LEGAL APTITUDE – This section can also be classified broadly into two parts i.e., Legal Aptitude and Legal GK. In legal aptitude section, questions will be based on legal propositions (described in the paper), and a set of facts to which the said proposition has to be applied. Some propositions may not be “true” in the real sense, candidates will have to assume the “truth” of these propositions and answer the questions accordingly. Major topics under this section are Law of Torts, Contracts Law, Criminal Law and Constitutional Law. Other important topics which are tested in the exam are Intellectual Property Rights Law [Patents, Copyrights, and Trademark etc.], Criminal Procedure Code, and Civil Procedure Code etc. No previous knowledge is required to solve these questions. Whereas in Legal GK section, questions are primarily based on Indian Constitution, Law of Torts, Contract Law, Criminal Law, Legal Maxims etc. To solve these questions, previous knowledge is required by the candidate.
LOGICAL REASONING – This section aims to test the candidate’s ability to identify patterns, logical links and rectify illogical arguments. This section includes a variety of logical reasoning questions such as syllogisms, logical sequences, analogies, arrangements, direction sense test, blood relation test etc. However, No visual reasoning is tested in this section.
All India law Entrance test is an all India law entrance test for admission into prestigious National Law University, Delhi for undergraduate and postgraduate courses. There are total 80 seats for undergraduate course in NLU, Delhi. It was established in the year 2008.
Breakup of Marks
|2||General Knowledge and Current Affairs||35 Marks|
|3||Elementary Mathematics [Numerical Ability]||10 Marks|
|2||Legal Aptitude||35 Marks|
|5||Logical Reasoning||35 Marks|
Syllabus of AILET and CLAT Exam is same. Static GK and Legal GK are tested frequently in AILET Exam. Generally, emphasis is given on Indian Constitution in Legal GK. Questions from Science, Economics, and History etc are very frequent under Static GK.
Symbiosis Entrance test is an all India law entrance examination for admission into 5 year of integrated law program offered by Symbiosis University. This exam has separate selection process. To get admission into Symbiosis law school, one has to pass entrance exam and interview.
Breakup of Marks
|1||Reading Comprehension||30 Marks|
|2||General Knowledge and Current Affairs||30 Marks|
|3||Logical Reasoning||30 Marks|
|4||Legal Aptitude||30 Marks|
|5||Analytical Reasoning||30 Marks|
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