Common Law Admission Test
CLAT or Common Law Admission Test is conducted by National Law Universities all around India for law aspirants who want to pursue it from the best institutes around the country. It has many opportunities in various sectors as law graduates are in high demand in today's world and their work varies from workplace to workplace.
The career opportunities you can consider after CLAT therefore are:
1) Indian Corporate Law Services
ICLS is a test under Central Civil Services Exam, so to have a job here, the candidate needs to clear Civil Services exam help by UPSC. This career option is highly respectable and in demand when it comes to graduates in law. There are many such services in law available at the state level and which have a similar pattern of examination though conducted at a state level.
2) Law Firms
These are formed through partnerships between lawyers who wish to offer legal advice to their clients under a brand name. This business is one of the highest-grossing at the moment in India due to its appeal to the clients and sincere partnerships. These firms are also involved in a lot of college placements opportunities which a candidate can seek. The packages offered here are pretty good and the skills of all individuals are thoroughly assessed due to the same. This is literally like a dream job for law students.
This is one of the most respected professions in any field. Since the demand for law practitioners is increasing, so is for those who can give them the correct guidance. The salary for this job is fairly good and if you have taste for this kind of work which requires you to have a passion for knowledge and imparting it as well, this might be the job for you.
4) Corporate Sector Jobs
Corporate is the biggest job-providing groups. With the growth of these giants, there has emerged a need for a legal department in each one of them which deals with the regular legal affairs within and outside the company. A lot of public sector jobs like those in PSUs and banks are also a viable option.
From lawyer to judge, it is a pretty strong job that requires great decision-making skills and a lot of experience with a great deal of honesty. There are State Level Judiciary Exams for the same.
So, CLAT can give you a bright future. Choose your career wisely.
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The entrance exam will be conducted via offline mode.The number of questions will be 150 and the exam will be for 150 marks.The standard of entrance test for CLAT - IG will be of 12th standard and the Quantitative aptitude will be of class 10th standard.Other question of the paper will cover the topics Comprehension-based questions English, Current Affairs, Deductive Reasoning and Logical Reasoning
To know more about the weightage and mark distribution,visit the below given website:
CLAT exam is for 21 NLU,s all over India .CLAT 2020, the caste certificate needed to be scanned and submited. Sc/St candidates can give the scanned copy , the certificate can be from state goverment , it is not noticed that you need a central government caste certificate.
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Pallavi, if you are in your 12th, you can appear for CLAT 2020. Your admission will be provisional and subjective to clearing your 12th and meeting the eligibility criteria for CLAT. The online applications for CLAT 2020 have been released and the last date to fill up the online application until March 31st. For more information, please visit our page at:
The below mentioned books are some of the best books that can be used for your CLAT exam preparation:
To get a properly scheduled timetable for your CAT preparation,visit the below given website.The study timetable will ensure that you will stay focused and you will be able to complete the CLAT syllabus within time.All the best!!
CLAT, also known as the Common Law Admission Test will be held on May 10, 2020. The paper will be a two hour paper in the offline mode, i.e., a pen-paper test will have multiple-choice questions. The number of questions for BA LLB will be 150 in number and total marks will also be 150. Therefore, each correct answer will fetch you 1 mark and each there will be a negative marking of 0.25 marks for every wrong answer.
There will be 5 sections in the paper:
Knowing this will make will help with your speed for the exam and will also save time while writing it. To get more prepared regarding the exam pattern and the exam as a whole, check previous year question papers. There have been changes in the paper pattern which include a change in the number of questions from 200 to 150 and addition of comprehension-based questions in English and other sections like Deductive Reasoning, Quantitative Techniques, Current Affairs and Logical Reasoning as well. Due to this, your inferential reasoning will be thoroughly tested as part of the course. The quantitative aptitude required is that of 10th class. The minimum cut off for the paper is 40%.
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