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DU LLB preparation tips


  Updated on : 09/03/2017

 by : Admin

If you are all set to take up the DU LLB course then you need to hunt down some of the easy step to prepare and crack the exam. If you are gearing up for the DU LLB Entrance Exam which is likely to be conducted in 2017 then you need to get smart and ready from now.  There are more than 15,000 aspirants who sit for the exam every year and this i considered to be one of the most competitive exams in law. The law colleges of India give preference to the candidates who appear for this exam and crack it successfully. They are eligible for any courses they take in the law colleges of India. If you look up to the DU LLB syllabus, you will find that the DU LLB 2017 Entrance Exam has some major areas that you can expect to perform and for that you need to prepare with a plan ahead of everything.Legal Aptitude, Indian Constitution, GK and Current AffairsNow let us discuss the common tips that you need to follow while preparing for the DU LLB Entrance Exam. We will analyze the common tips that help users to excel in every aspects of the law exams from the beginning.1.       Focus more on the legal aptitude and Indian Constitution section - DU LLB 2017 Entrance Exam and the exams that are going to happen in the upcoming, all will be putting more stress on this section. As the Constitution deals with the laws followed in India we need develop a good understanding of constitution, how supreme and lower courts work, good overview of CPC etc.2.       Current affairs are another section you need to stay prepared - This does not have a defined syllabus but this is the most scoring section. If you know your environment well, then you are surely going to make it easily. 3.       Stay prepared with the basic arithmetic knowledge - Though it hardly has 5 to 7 question from math in DU LLB 2017 Entrance Exam, so study the Class X NCERT Math books to keep yourself updated.4.       Take up 5 to 6 mock tests - Before you sit for the DU LLB Entrance Exam make sure that you appear for few mock tests. May be 5 or 6 online mock tests could work easily for you and can help you to stay much ahead of your plans. Prepare well and crack the exam with these few preparation tips!demo

List of Top Law Entrance Exams for UG and PG courses


  Updated on : 09/03/2017

 by : Admin

So, you have decided that you will jumpstart a career in Law. You are interested to take up the challenging job of dealing with reasoning and analytical details in a sphere of life that is different from the normal lifestyle.  However, to fill up the seats in any of the law colleges in India the students has to appear for the law entrance exams. In India, a number of entrance exams take place for admission to both undergraduate and postgraduate law courses. Students who are aspiring for a growing a career in law needs to check out the Law Entrance Exams 2017-18 and read out all the necessary information available online to crack the exams easily.Without any confusion, let us straight get into the discussion on possible number of law entrance exams that actually happens. Common Law Admission Test - CLATMore than 16 national Law Universities of India allows the candidates to seek admission to under-graduate & post-graduate degree programs across all over India if they pass the law entrance exams.AILET (All India Law Entrance Test)AILET is an exam that is exclusively conducted for the National Law University, Delhi. Law School Admission Test (LSAT)Well, this is the basic law entrance exams to test the skill set such as reading and verbal skills. This is conducted every year prior to the LLB & LLM admissions. Well, the top universities that accepts the LSAT score are - ·         IIT Kharagpur Law School·         The Jindal Global Law School·         Galgotia University Law School·         UPES DehradunSET (Symbiosis Entrance Test) This is a common written test for seeking admission to undergraduate courses to seek admission to Symbiosis Law Schools in Pune & Noida.BVP CET (Bharati Vidyapeeth Common Entrance Test)Law entrance exam 2017-18 also include one of the popular entrance test that allows seeking admission to LLB, BA LLB & BBA LLB courses into the Deemed Bharati Vidyapeeth affiliated colleges.DU Law Entrance Exam Well, this law entrance exam 2017-18 is conducted by the Delhi Univ. for admissions to the law department run by the Law Department of Delhi University.BHU UET (Banaras Hindu University UG Entrance TestWell, you will find the Law entrance exams for those who seek admission to undergraduate courses in law. For the eligibility criteria, application process & important dates for this law entrance exam 2017-18 look up to their website. This list is surely going to help you a lot ademo

Expert speak on career in Corporate Law vs Cyber Law


  Updated on : 19/12/2016

 by : Admin

What is the current prospect of both Cyber Law and Corporate Law? Well, with the development of the technology and the innovation in the Internet there are immense cyberspace laws that has evolved to use the cyberspace with certain rules and avoid misuse. As for the Corporate Law has been leaping to a high scale due to the globalization of the economy and the rapid growth of the various cities has led to the phenomenal growth of the Corporate Law. In the law, both these careers are some of the aspiring and are meant to be the pool of knowledge. With the drastic increase in the cyber crimes committed in the country in recent times, more and more students are interested to study Cyber Law today. Talking of Corporate Law, the students are increasing in demand and numbers since the new age office are different from the traditional offices, which a business used to run. Now the students with clear analytical sense and attention to all type of details can become a corporate lawyer successfully.How the IT Act influenced the Cyber Law education?The amendment gave birth to the new field and became a special branch of the law. Since Information Technology Act, 2000 allows us to handle with the issues or seek legal help against – “Legal Recognition of Electronic Documents and Digital Signature, Offenses and Contraventions, Justice Dispensation Systems for Cyberspace Crimes and more.”If you secure a "Masters in Computer Science” then you could easily move for a Cyber Law degree any time. All you need is the eye for details and intellectualizes to predict the happenings in the cyberspace. The scope and career in Cyber law is abundant compared to that of Corporate Law.  Is Corporate Law Having Better Salary Potential Compared To Cyber Law?Well, the Corporate Law allows high earning potential as compared to other professions that includes litigation, such as Cyber Law. It comes with some lucrative remuneration options as well. As for the Cyber Lawyers, if one is working in some solicitor’s firm then they can earn Rs. 15000 to Rs. 20000 as for a law firm the salary becomes around from Rs. 20000 to a handsome amount of Rs. 40000. See what makes you more interested a Cyber Crime investigation or a Corporate world reasoning and analytical aspects.demo

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