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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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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CLAT 2018 Analysis | Topic wise Distribution | Level of Difficulty

Finally the wait is over. This year’s CLAT was finally conducted with lot of technical glitches & haphazard. Many of the students are complaining regarding the mismanagement of this year’s exam. Our review of CLAT – 2018 : In English section, the level of difficulty was moderate. But RC & cloze passage section was slightly tough which shows that examiners went to check the comprehending knowledge of students.Rest was simple. In General Knowledge section,majority of questions were from national & International Current Affairs questions were also from Sports, Awards, Books & Authors, Economics Development etc. Logical Reasoning was slightly tougher than the previous year paper. Maximum number of questions were… Read More

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LEGAL WORDS STARTING WITH ‘W’

1) Ward of court – a person who is protected by the High Court, such as a minor. 2) Warrant – is: a certificate which gives the person holding it the right to buy shares at a given price; a magistrate’s written instruction to arrest someone;or a magistrate’s written instruction to search a 3) Warranty – a term in a contract. If the term is not complied with damages can be claimed by the injured party. 4) Way leave – a right of way through or over a piece of land often for a particular purpose, such as for a pipeline to go through a piece of land or for… Read More

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LEGAL WORDS STARTING WITH ‘V’

1) Vendee – a person who buys something. 2) Vendor – a person who sells something. 3) Verdict – the jury’s decision at the end of a case. 4) Vesting order – away the High Court transfers land without the need for a conveyance. 5) Vexatious litigant – a person who regularly brings court cases which have little chance of succeeding. 6) Vicarious liability – a situation where someone becomes responsible under the law for wrongs done by someone else. This often happens when an employee does something wrong while at work which becomes the employer’s responsibility (such as an employee working negligently and causing someone else to be hurt because… Read More

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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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LEGAL WORDS STARTING WITH ‘U’

1) Uberrimae fidei – of the utmost good faith.In certain contracts (such as insurance policies) one party must disclose (reveal) any material facts to the other party. If they are not disclosed the contract can be cancelled or become unenforceable. (This term is Latin.) 2) Ultra vires – beyond one’s powers. If an organisation does something ultra vires,what it has done is invalid. 3) Under lease – the lease of a property by a tenant of the property to someone else. 4) Undertaking – a promise which can been forced by law such as a promise made by one of the parties or by their counsel during legal proceedings. 5) Unfair… Read More

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LEGAL WORDS STARTING WITH ‘T’

1) Tangible asset – an asset which can be physically touched. 2) Tangible property – property that physically exists. 3) Tax – money raised by the Government to pay for the services it provides. Some taxes are called indirect because they are part of the price we pay for goods and services, such as VAT. Other tax is called direct because the individual taxpayer pays it. Income tax and corporation tax are examples of direct taxes. 4) Taxable supply – a term for supplying goods and services on which value added tax can be charged. This applies even if the tax rate is 0% at present, because it can be increased if… Read More

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LEGAL WORDS STARTING WITH ‘S’

1) Sale or return – an arrangement under which goods can be kept by the potential buyer for a period while their resale is attempted.Unsold goods can be returned if the conditions of the contract have been kept to and the buyer pays for the goods used. 2) Salvage – compensation paid by the owners for saving ships, aircraft and property from the sea. 3)Satisfaction is: Scheme of paying a debt; settling an obligation by an act;or settling an obligation by substituting something satisfactory for what was 4) Arrangement – an agreement between a person with debts, who cannot pay them when they are due, and the creditors. The creditors share… Read More

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