The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is the key to enter one of the 20 National Law Universities (NLUs) in the country.The LL.M. Masters Course is provided in a variety of specialized disciplines such as Commercial Law, International Law, Intellectual Property Law, Business Law etc.
CLAT is currently the only way for seeking entry to these coveted programmes. The examination consists of 150 Marks and MCQ Type Questions. There is 1 Mark for every Correct Answer and 0.25 Negative Mark for every Wrong Answer.
To further that objective, CLATapult has created a set of study material, each module dedicated towards one of the disciplines of law that are covered under the examination.
1. 15 Study Modules covering all the subjects of Law.
2. 35 Mock Tests.
3. 25 Recent Judgment Analysis
4. 30+ Worksheets in the new Pattern
5. 3 Modules containing 70+ Model Answers for the Subjective Segment
The Modules includes Constitutional Law, Jurisprudence, Criminal Law (covering both the Indian Penal Code and the Code of Criminal Procedure), Law of Contracts, Law of Torts, Public International Law & Human Rights and Environmental Law. Of these, the first two, viz. Constitutional Law and Jurisprudence, form the bulk of the content, given the increased weightage these two disciplines are accorded in CLAT over the past years.
The CLATapult study material is not meant as a substitute for those books, but rather as a supplement, meant to hone the conceptual and analytical ability of a student and help him/her to brush up the more important and relevant aspects of a discipline, thus helping the candidate to ace the examination with relative ease.
Any student who subscribes to these study materials should find himself/herself in a much more confident and comfortable zone to answer anything and everything that the CLAT LL.M. 2020 paper can throw at him/her, come the day of May 2020. As the saying goes, proper preparation and planning prevents poor performance!
We are confident that any student who diligently goes through all these papers and replicates the instructions provided and prepares accordingly, will find it fairly easy facing the CLAT 2020 LL.M. Entrance Examination in the month of May, 2020.
• The CLAT- 2019 had seen participation of almost 60,000 students in the undergraduate level and over 6,000 students in the postgraduate level.
• This year, CLAT- 2020 is expected to witness tough in the postgraduate level too, especially since the total number of seats in the LL.M. programmes being offered across all the NLUs in 2019 came to a meagre six to seven hundred. Taking the expected increase in the number of applicants in 2019, that means a success rate of less than ten percent!
• Several leading public sector undertakings including Navaratna and Maharatna companies like Indian Oil Ltd. and others have been relying on the scores obtained in this examination in order to shortlist candidates for recruitment. Of course, in order to be privy to such an opportunity, candidates need to secure the very top ranks in the examination.
The most important factor that can make a difference in this examination is therefore continuous, repeated and regular practice –to the extent that when the candidate faces the final question paper, it seems to him/her to be a mere repetition of the ones he/she has solved before many a time.
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