CLAT Syllabus

It has been decided by CLAT Organizing body that CLAT 2019 will be conducted in offline mode. However it is still under consideration. The paper will have 200 questions from five different subjects including English (Comprehension), General Knowledge & Current Affairs, Elementary Mathematics (Numerical Ability), Legal Aptitude and Logical Reasoning. Scope and coverage of questions under different subject areas: UG Programme Scope and coverage of questions under different subject areas: English including comprehension: The English section will test the candidate’s proficiency in English based on comprehension passages and grammar. In the comprehension section, candidates will be assessed on their understanding of the passage and its central theme, meanings of words… Read More

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HOW CLAT 2019 GOING OFFLINE CAN BENEFIT YOU ?

The announcement that CLAT 2019 is going to be conducted in the conventional paper-pencil mode has come as a shocker to many students as it sounds like a throwback to the olden days of competitive exams. But, this could be a blessing in disguise for many of you as an offline test carries a lot of benefits as compared to an online test. Listed below are some of them: 1. EASE OF BROWSING THROUGH : In an offline test, it is easy to move to any page and question of the test, hence enabling you to score more as compared to an online test. 2. ZERO TECHNICAL GLITCHES: CLAT 18… Read More

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DAILY CURRENT AFFAIRS SEPTEMBER 20, 2018

ICAP: India first country in world to develop document on cooling action plan Union Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change (MoEFCC) on eve of World Ozone Day (16th September) released draft India Cooling Action Plan (ICAP). It makes India first country in world to develop such document. The draft was prepared by Ozone Cell  of MoEFC.  It aims to provide sustainable cooling while keeping in mind, at the same time, the need to protect the ozone layer from substances that can deplete it. It provides a 20-year perspective, with projections for cooling needs in 2037-38. NITI Aayog calls for clear policy on shifting cultivation NITI Aayog in its recently… Read More

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18 Sept 2018, CURRENT AFFAIRS

Public sector banking reforms: Unification of state-owned banks In news Public sector banking reforms The Centre proposed the unification of state-owned banks – Bank of Baroda, Dena Bank and Vijaya Bank – to create India’s third largest bank. Merger to provide total business of more than ₹14.82 trillion. After getting in-principle approval, the banks will take steps in accordance with the law and SEBI requirements. The final scheme will be notified by the Central government in consultation with the Reserve Bank of India. The merger will be based purely on commercial considerations. Why was the decision taken? India aspiring to be the fastest growing economy has to be supported by stronger and globally competitive… Read More

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CLAT Online Test Series | Fools Den | Law Entrance

Fools’ Den is an E-learning Company and it provides Online Test Series and video courses for different competitive exams like Law entrance exams (CLAT, AILET, MHCET, SLAT, CULEE, etc.), BBA / B.Com Entrance Exams (DU JAT, NPAT, IPM, SET BBA, etc.). Apart from Law and BBA Entrance we also provide Test Series for Hotel Management and NIFT exam. Some of the salient feature of our Online Test Series are: In-depth analysis and report card Detailed analysis of each mock along with section-wise analysis helps to improve your score in the next one and eventually in the actual exam. Daily Mini Mocks Practice does indeed make perfect. Fools Den’s Mini Mocks… Read More

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CLAT 2019 Exam Pattern & Syllabus

CLAT 2019 Exam Pattern Candidates should check this section to know about CLAT exam pattern details of UG & PG courses including mode, duration, marking scheme, negative marking, etc. Exam Date: The examination will be held on 12th May 2019. Mode: The examination will be conducted in online mode (computer-based test). Duration: The exam duration will be two hours. Type of Questions: Multiple choice/Objective type questions will be asked in the exam. Number of Questions: Total 200 questions (for UG) & 150 questions (for PG) will be asked in the examination. Total Marks: The question paper will be of 200 marks (for UG) & 150 marks (for PG). Marking Scheme: In correct response, one mark will be allotted to the candidates. Negative Marking: For the incorrect answer, 0.25… Read More

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CLAT 2019: Application Form, Exam Dates, Eligibility & Syllabus

CLAT 2019 Exam Dates have been released now. The exam will be conducted for admission to undergraduate & postgraduate law programmes. This year, CLAT Exam will be managed by the National Law University Odisha, Cuttack (NLUO). It is a national level entrance examination. It is managed by the 19 Indian National Law Universities (NLUs) on a rotation basis. On the basis of CLAT scores, candidates can also get admission into various government & private law colleges across the country. Check here complete information about CLAT 2019 exam dates, application form, eligibility, exam pattern, syllabus, etc. CLAT 2019 Exam Dates In this section, we are providing a tentative schedule of CLAT 2019 Exam Dates. Whenever the… Read More

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Law Colleges in Pune

Pune is one of the popular destinations for law students in India. FoolsDen will help you to decide which institutions you should be targeting for law admissions in Pune Have a look at the top Law Colleges in Pune: Symbiosis Law School, Pune (Rank: 3) ILS Law College (Rank: 4) New Law College, Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University (Rank: 8) P.E.S. Modern Law College (Rank: 34) Sinhgad Law College (Rank: 37)

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DETAILED ANALYSIS: FAADU MOCK #06

First of all we would like to congratulate you for taking our first ALL INDIA MOCK and taking the first step towards cracking CLAT 2018. We are glad to present the complete analysis of this test to passionate aspirants like you. Let’s go !! Total number of questions : 200 Marks per question: 1 Negative marking : 0.25 Highest score: 87 Average score: 62 Cut off for top 3 NLUs : 139 Cut off for next 5 NLUS : 125 Cut off for lower NLUs : 108 SECTIONWISE ANALYSIS: NAME OF THE SECTION HIGHEST SCORE IN THE SECTION TEST TOPPER’S SCORE IN THE SECTION AVERAGE SCORE IN THE SECTION Numerical… Read More

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DETAILED ANALYSIS: FAADU MOCK # 04

First of all we would like to congratulate you for taking our first ALL INDIA MOCK and taking the first step towards cracking CLAT 2018. We are glad to present the complete analysis of this test to passionate aspirants like you. Let’s go !! Total number of questions : 200 Marks per question: 1 Negative marking : 0.25 Highest score: 113.5 Average score: 73 Cut off for top 3 NLUs : 146 Cut off for next 5 NLUS : 135 Cut off for lower NLUs : 112 SECTIONWISE ANALYSIS: NAME OF THE SECTION HIGHEST SCORE IN THE SECTION TEST TOPPER’S SCORE IN THE SECTION AVERAGE SCORE IN THE SECTION Numerical… Read More

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DETAILED ANALYSIS: FAADU MOCK # 03

  First of all we would like to congratulate you for taking our first ALL INDIA MOCK and taking the first step towards cracking CLAT 2018. We are glad to present the complete analysis of this test to passionate aspirants like you. Let’s go !! Total number of questions : 200 Marks per question: 1 Negative marking : 0.25 Highest score: 174.75 Average score: 74.5 Cut off for top 3 NLUs : 155 Cut off for next 5 NLUS : 139 Cut off for lower NLUs : 120 SECTIONWISE ANALYSIS: NAME OF THE SECTION HIGHEST SCORE IN THE SECTION TEST TOPPER’S SCORE IN THE SECTION AVERAGE SCORE IN THE SECTION… Read More

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