One of the most rewarding careers in terms of a great challenge and monetary benefits is considered to be Law. Law as a career is open for all students inspire of belonging to different streams in their 10+2. Only the thing that is required is the passion for understanding the legal system of the country and who are looking for challenging and exciting opportunities at the work front. Interesting opportunities await for law graduates in areas such as Legal Journalism and with NGOs, international organizations centers for policy- making and legal research and government departments. There are three categories of the university where one an study law, Government Law Colleges where entry is based on the board examination marks. Then we have private law colleges where entry is again based on the board examination marks and some of the private colleges also conduct their own entrance test and few colleges use CLAT scores. Finally, the last option is the National Law Schools where entry is based on CLAT EXAMS.
What is CLAT?
CLAT: Common Law Admission Test is an all India entrance examination, conducted on rotation by 17 National Law Universities. This entrance test is conducted to provide a list of the candidate on the basis of “merit cum preference” to each University for admission to their UG/PG program, as per the eligibility, reservation and other criteria laid down under the respective statutes of the participating Universities.
Basic information for CLAT Exams
If you’re preparing for CLAT in CLAT coaching center in Nagpur, then make sure that the experts who are hired to teach the students for the exams prepare you with the multiple choice questions on areas such as English, Basic Arithmetic, General Knowledge, Logic, and Legal Reasoning. The time allotted to an individual for completing the exam is two hours. Each question carries one mark and there is a negative marking of 0.25 marks for every incorrect answer.