UG Question Paper Format


Maximum Marks 150 Duration of CLAT 2020 Exam 02:00 Hours Multiple-Choice Questions 150 questions of one mark each Negative Marking 0.25 Mark for each wrong answer Subject Areas with weightage: (approximate number of questions) English Language 28-32 questions, or roughly 20% of the paper Current Affairs, including General Knowledge 35-39 questions, or roughly 25% of the paper Legal Reasoning 35-39 questions, or roughly 25% of the paper Logical Reasoning 28-32 questions, or roughly 20% of the paper Quantitative Techniques 13-17 questions, or roughly 10% of the paper Source : Click here for Sample Question Paper

UG Question Paper Format2020-01-07T12:14:55+00:00



GUIDE TO THE UG-CLAT 2020 The Consortium of National Law Universities (the “Consortium”) announced certain modifications in the pattern of the Common Law Admission Test (the “CLAT”), 2020 in its Press Release of November 21, 2019. This note describes the proposed pattern of questions for each of the five specified areas that the Undergraduate-CLAT 2020 (the "UG-CLAT 2020") would comprise. Introduction and Overview The UG-CLAT 2020 would focus on evaluating the comprehension and reasoning skills and abilities of candidates. Overall, it is designed to be a test of aptitude and skills that are necessary for a legal education rather than prior [...]

GUIDE TO THE UG-CLAT 20202020-01-07T11:50:52+00:00

Provisinal CLAT calander 2020


01 Jan, 2020 Applications Open 31 Mar, 2020 Application Deadline 10 May, 2020 CLAT 2020 Examination 11 May, 2020 Uploading of Answer Keys 12 May, 2020 Inviting Objections 15 May, 2020 Last date for Objections 18 May, 2020 Notification of Final Answer Key 24 May, 2020 Declaration of Final Results

Provisinal CLAT calander 20202019-12-28T12:45:40+00:00

CLAT 2020 declare its pattern


The pattern of Question Paper for the UG Courses in CLAT 2020 Maximum Marks 150 Duration of CLAT 2020 Exam 02:00 Hours Multiple-Choice Questions 150 questions of one mark each Subject areas with weight-age: English Language Current Affairs, including General Knowledge Legal Reasoning Logical Reasoning Quantitative Techniques Negative Marking 0.25 Mark for each wrong answer For more info visit this link :

CLAT 2020 declare its pattern2019-12-28T12:43:34+00:00

Christ University BA LLB Admissions 2020


Important Dates for Selection Process Click on the following link for more information :

Christ University BA LLB Admissions 20202019-12-28T12:41:40+00:00

AILET 2020 Notification


The National Law University, Delhi will conduct '?ll India Law Entrance Test - 2020 (AIIET - 2O2O)" for admission to Five Year B.A.LL.B. (Hons.), LL.M. and Ph.D Programme on Sunday, May 3, 2O2O trom 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM at various test centres across the country. The admission notice will be issued in the first week of fanuary 2020 andthe Online Application Forms will be available on the University website from first week of fanuary 2O2O. For more information visit this link :

AILET 2020 Notification2019-12-27T03:50:04+00:00

NLU DELHI – AILET 2020 Syllabus


B.A.LL.B.(Hons.) Eligibility All candidates, other than those applying under the Foreign Nationals category, should appear for the All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) and selection shall be solely on that basis. Have passed the Higher Secondary School Examination (10+2) system or an equivalent examination thereto securing in the aggregate not less than 50% of the total marks. The Eligibility condition for admission of students under the Foreign Nationals Category shall be 65% marks in the Higher Secondary School Examination of (10+2) system or an equivalent examination. They are exempted from taking the admission test. The other regulations regarding the eligibility for [...]

NLU DELHI – AILET 2020 Syllabus2019-12-27T03:48:30+00:00



1. Ignorentia juris non exusat – ignorantia legis neminem exusat- ignorance of law is no excuse. 2. Ignorentia facti excusaf – ignorance of fact is excused. 3. Nemo judex in causa sua – judex non potestesse testis in propria cause- a judge cannot be a witness his own cause. 4. Audi alteram partem – listen to other side. 5. Damnum sine injuria – damage without legal injury. 6. Injuria sine damnum – legal damage without actual loss. 7. Volenti non fit injuria – voluntarily taking of risk. 8. Ex nudo pacto action oritur – no action arises on a contract without [...]

MOST USED LEAGAL MAXIMS2019-04-16T07:59:47+00:00

Nirma University – Institute of law


WHY INSTITUTE OF LAW - NIRMA UNIVERSITY INLU focuses on offering a basal shift in the delivery of legal education in the country. It aims to add new dimensions in legal education that would incorporate international standards. Thereby, providing an environment which would enhance freedom and innovation in the dynamic pursuit of thoughts and civil society engagement to advance the law of the land. We also look forward to enhancing research inputs in the education module thereby connecting students and faculty to the larger platform involving other national and international agencies and playing a pivotal role in framing socially relevant policies [...]

Nirma University – Institute of law2019-03-07T10:52:34+00:00
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