*CLAT (COMMON LAW ADMISSION TEST) is a centralized admission test to 21 National universities in India and 43 other educational institutes and two public sector institutes are also eligible to use these scores. The test
*CLAT (COMMON LAW ADMISSION TEST) is a centralized admission test to 21 National universities in India and 43 other educational institutes and two public sector institutes are also eligible to use these scores. The test is conducted by the 21 participating law schools in rotation, in the order of their establishment for LL.B & LL.M
*LSAT: The Law School admission Test is a half day standardized test administered six times each year at designated testing centers throughout the world. The Law school Admission Council administers the LSAT for prospective law school candidates for LLB & LL.M
*ALL INDIA ENTRANCE TEST: It is a University level law entrance exam conducted by national Law University, Delhi for LL.B & LL.M.
*ARMY INSTITUTE OF LAW: Army Institute of Law is a private law school in Mohali, Punjab, India. The institute is affiliated to Punjabi University, Patiala, and is run by the Army Welfare Education Society.The institute has a moderately sized campus in sector 68,Mohali. The hostels can house 400 students for LL.B & LLM
*SYMBIOSIS ENTRANCE TEST: Symbiosis Law School is a law school located in Pune, India. It was established in 1977 under the banner of Symbiosis Society under the patronage of S.B.Mujumdar, President & Founder Director. It is registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 and the Bombay Public Trust Act, 1950 LL.B & LL.M
*DELHI UNIVERSITY LAW ENTRANCE EXAM: It is a university level test conducted annually by the Faculty of Law. The examination is conducted to shortlist aspirants for admission in 3-year LL.B
*Aligarh MuslimUniversity (AMU) AMU is offering admission to the 5 years integrated LL.B course on the basis of the marks scored in the AMU Law Entrance Exam. At AMU the Undergraduate Law course is managed by the Faculty of Law. B.A., LL.B
*CUSAT: For the aspirants of LLB law
programme, CUSAT CAT LL.B will be conducted in the district headquarters of Kerala. The University will conduct exam for LL.B & LL.M
*KEREALA LAW ENTRANCE EXAM(KLEE): It is a state level law entrance exam for integrated 5 year and 3 year LLB &LL.M courses in any Government law college in Kerala and self financing colleges in Kerala
*Kerala Law Academy : The Kerala Law Academy Law College is the first private law college in Trivandrum, Kerala. The college is affiliated to University of Kerala and accredited by the Bar Council of India. The college offers UG level courses in the field of Legal Studies like BA LL.B, B.Com LL.B and LLB. Along with undergraduate programmes, the college provides LLM and MBL courses at the postgraduate level.
*SCHOOL OF LEGAL THOUGHT : It offers
entrance examination for LL.B & LL.M
UGC NET Exam is a gateway to lectureship & research career. The students holding up post-graduation degree can apply for this exam for the same or related subject of their PG. After qualifying this exam, they receive a certificate by UGC which helps them in getting a successful career as a lecturer or researcher in India's Top Universitie
UGC NET Exam is a gateway to lectureship & research career. The students holding up post-graduation degree can apply for this exam for the same or related subject of their PG. After qualifying this exam, they receive a certificate by UGC which helps them in getting a successful career as a lecturer or researcher in India's Top Universities.
The students having a valid PG degree passed with 50% marks (ST/SE/OBC/PWD Transgender) or 55% marks (General) are eligible to appear in UGC NET Exam. Even the candidates pursuing their PG degree while being in the final year can also apply for the NTA NET Exam under Result-awaited category. As per the UGC NET Eligibility Criteria, the candidates must choose only the subjects which are same or related to their PG degree subjects.
UGC NET Paper- I is common to all. It will be primarily designed to test the general awareness, comprehension divergent thinking and reasoning ability of the aspirant.
UGC NET Paper - II will be based on the selected subject by
In the Union of India, most states have their own state Judicial service. Each of these state Judicial Service conduct their own recruitment usually through examinations and interviews. The patterns and exam process for each state is different
In each state there are two entry levels to the judicial service and higher judicial system.