CLAT 2018: Application Form, Registration, Exam Dates, Syllabus
CLAT 2018 Application Form has been released from 1st January 2018.
A noted personality described lawyer as someone who circumvent the law. Ironically, the job of a lawyer is to find loop holes in the system so as to safeguard the interest of his client. From freedom fighters to politicians to writers, lawyers have donned various hats. Abraham Lincoln, Mahatma Gandhi and Franz Kafta were all lawyers.
Five Year and Three Year Course
Students willing to make a career in law can either opt for 5 years course after 12th class or go for three year law course after graduating in any discipline. The 5 year course is considered as a better option. 3 year course is designed for students who graduated in something other than law.The rules and regulations for LLB course is set by the Bar Council of India.
Before you can take the course, you have to prove your mettle and show that you have got what it takes to be a lawyer. You need to clear an entrance exam before you can take this course. An aspiring lawyer has to show his or her competency in logical reasoning, legal aptitude, mathematics, general knowledge and Basic English language.
200 Marks Hurdle
This entrance examination or CLAT is conducted by National Law Universities. Aspirants have to attempt the 200 marks entrance exam in order to start the training. Clearing the exam, although not impossible, but it is certainly not easy. Proper planning and dedicated learning and practise are required to clear this starting hurdle.
Achiever Compitech – a reputed CLAT Coaching institute in Chandigarh has enabled numerous aspirants to clear this entrance examination with flying colours. There is no substitute for dedication and hard work on the part of candidates, but proper guidance and training can certainly make a big difference.