Law has always been one of the most important social institutions. It establishes the rules that define a person's rights and obligations and defines their enforcement. The more developed a legal order, the more demands and responsibilities are placed upon its legal professionals. Traditionally lawyers practice before judges in Subordinate Courts, Administrative Tribunals, High Courts and the Supreme Court.
In order to become a lawyer, students must clear the entrance test conducted by various Law Universities. The test is written, and includes subjective and objective questions, which examine the candidate's basic intelligence and aptitude for logical thinking. Verbal ability, quantitative aptitude, reasoning ability and general awareness are some of the areas which the tests cover.
Students can take the CLAT (Common Law Admission Test). The Institute provides training to students for these examinations. Legal vocabulary and legal reasoning are part of the curriculum. The students are provided with reference material, and tests and feedbacks help them to understand and correct their weaknesses.
For the Law Entrance Exams scheduled for the year 2010 - Scholarships and Financial Assistance up to 100% is available to deserving students.
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