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Law Entrance Exams in India 2017-2018

 

 

There are a great number of students who want to take law as the profession. They are deeply fascinated with the glamour of the profession and are ready to accept it with a deliberate challenge to prove their worth. Keeping this view a large number of students each year appear in different Law Entrance Examinations to be honed as successful lawyers and go through the judicial systems.

In India if you want to taste the essence of law examinations you are to be aware of the fact that brooding over the matter of deep interest in that particular subject who aspire to take 5 year courses of LLB in our country seven top law institutes of India have come forward with an united effort to facilitate the students with a Common Law Entrance examination so that the aspirants can shrug off the burden of different test examinations taken in different pats of India in different times.

The Law Entrance Exams was initiated in the year 2008.In the year 2010 too the CLAT would be held simultaneously for he third time keeping in close foot heels of other top notch admission tests in India like the CAT, MAT and JEE etc. Last year the Law Entrance Exams was held in India initiated by National Law School of India University of Bangalore. Next year that is in 2010 the same examination would be conducted by the Nalsar University of Law of Hyderabad. It is expected that the examination is to be held in the last week of the month of May in he year 2010. The application forms may be had from the last week of the first month of the year 2010. What the students have to do is to fill in the specified form and submit them within the given period in the month of April, 2010.

The test is of 2 hour duration, held in the afternoon of that specific date. The questions are of objective type in English Language, general awareness, basic mathematics and general reasoning. If the students fare well in the examinations they would be regarded eligible to seek admission in different law colleges in India.

 

 

 

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