CLAT PG 2022 Exam Analysis: Subject-wise Analysis & Expected Cut-off
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CLAT PG 2022 Exam Analysis: Subject-wise Analysis & Expected Cut-off

On 19th June, around 10,000 students all over the country appeared for CLAT PG 2022 exam with a motto “Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning & studying”; that too after much waiting with an immense amount of hard work invested by them obviously! Even this year the exam was pen and paper-based. Previously, a total of 70, 277 students registered for CLAT 2021 (Both UG and PG). In this article, we will do a quick and detailed analysis of the CLAT 2022 PG Exam. The analysis will include:

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AILET PG 2022 : New Exam Pattern
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AILET PG 2022 : New Exam Pattern

All India Law Entrance Test is a national level law entrance exam, conducted all over the country for admissions to the LL.M programme at the National Law University, Delhi. This year, it shall be held on June 26th, 2022, from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM. Recently, NLU-D has changed the Exam pattern for AILET. This year the paper will contain both objective and subjective questions. Therefore, it is necessary for the candidates to go through the updated pattern, to prepare accordingly.

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5 Things you must know about CLAT PG 2021
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5 Things you must know about CLAT PG 2021

After a long wait and delay due to the present scenario, CLAT PG 2021 was ultimately conducted offline on 23rd July 2021. More than 10,000 students appeared for CLAT PG Programme. Analysis of the examination is as important as the exam itself.

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What are the Career Opportunities after LLM in India?
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What are the Career Opportunities after LLM in India?

Law is one of the most promising careers in every country. A student pursing law has the option to either start practising or pursue Masters of Law on completion of LLB. A Master degree in Law is a post graduate degree in the field of law, offering specializations such as International Law, Criminal Law, Corporate Law among many others. The graduates enjoy the luxury of applying for jobs in numerous sectors that are related to there are of specialization. After the completion of LLM, equal opportunities open up in both, government and private sectors. Students pursuing LLM can build a career as a lawyer/advocate, legal advisor, law officer etc. With so many options, students are often caught in dilemmas regarding what to do after LLM.

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House Arrest: A Relief or A New Concern?
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House Arrest: A Relief or A New Concern?

Human rights are the most basic rights available to any human being right from birth. Today, with the changing dynamics of the society, the mould of human rights is becoming more and more symmetrical. Human rights is a subject, the content of which keeps adding more chapters in human lives. Recently, a new pragmatic effort has been laid down by Supreme Court in Gautam Navlakha’s case.

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Difference between Act, Bill, Ordinances, Rules & Regulations
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Difference between Act, Bill, Ordinances, Rules & Regulations

Can we refer to the Specific Relief Act, Transfer of Property Act, Companies Act, Contract Act as a bill? Wait! Before refuting this question, always remember that an Act was obviously a bill once, but as these Acts have been passed in both the Houses and assented by the President so, they will not be referred to as a ‘bill’.  Presidential assent distinguishes a bill from an Act. We frequently come across terms like a bill being introduced, a law being enacted, an ordinance that is being passed, and an Act coming into force. So, what's the difference? Read this article to know more in detail.

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Unusual Tax Cases in the World!
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Unusual Tax Cases in the World!

Have you ever wondered about some of the most unusual tax disputes in the world or the weirdest taxes that once existed? If not, then these cases and taxes will surely surprise you! One of the weirdest taxes that emerged in Ancient Rome was none other than Bachelor tax, yes you heard it right! This was broadly practiced in the year 1821 in Missouri in the USA. The bachelors had to pay a tax of $1 but it never became a law. 

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What are the Rights of an Arrested Person?
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What are the Rights of an Arrested Person?

“Innocent until proven guilty”, in context to this phrase, it’s very obvious that in India the burden of proof to prove any allegation lies upon the prosecution. Until and unless, an accused is proved guilty, he or she cannot be considered as a criminal. An accused who is sent behind the bars and undergoing trial is considered as an undertrial prisoner, people often mistook an accused person for a criminal. In reality, an accused person is an entity who has been alleged to have committed an offence.

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Government Jobs for LLB Graduate
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Government Jobs for LLB Graduate

When we talk about law as a career option, the only choices we could think of is getting into litigation, or entering the corporate sector or appearing for the judiciary. But what if we tell you that there are handful of options for a law student after graduation! We have come up with some of the most respectable and lesser-known examinations/ job, a law student can apply for after law school. Some of the available options could be-  1. RBI Grade B One of the best options available is to appear for the exams conducted by RBI to appoint Grade B officers. The post for the Grade B officer is the most sought for positions related to banking jobs. The job of a Grade B officer is to handle the currency issues and the manners in which it is regulated, also to ensure if the financial stability of the system is intact and also to handle the accounts of the Government and Central Banks. 

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Priya Ramani Defamation case
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Priya Ramani Defamation case

After the landmark judgment made in the Vishaka’s case, in the year 1997 the Supreme Court came up with the Vishakha guidelines which was a redressal of all types of sexual harassment complaints that covered all the workplaces whether it be public or private and was mandated by the court to be followed. The Vishaka guidelines gave rise to several movements and initiatives to address the sexual assaults taking place at work and the trauma it creates for the women. The popular #metoo movement was also one of the initiatives in this regard. So many women availed the opportunity and came up with their stories. Lately, there has been one more improvement made in that regard i.e. after the pronouncement made by the Delhi High Court in the Priya Ramani’s case.

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Tips and Tricks to remember Indian constitution
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Tips and Tricks to remember Indian constitution

How can I memorize the articles of the constitution? What are the easy ways to remember all the Fundamental Rights? What are the tricks to remember Parts of the Constitution? These are some of the question every law students seeks answers for!

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Whatsapp Privacy Policy: How secure are your whatsapp chats?
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Whatsapp Privacy Policy: How secure are your whatsapp chats?

Lately, Whatsapp has been creating headlines and outcry amongst the technology experts or the billionaires, government organizations and specially the privacy advocates. All the Whatsapp users would have come across a pop-up screen a few days back that asked them to accept the terms and policies whatsoever presented to them by the application company. Some might have agreed without reading while others found it too vulnerable to their privacy. On one hand Whatsapp tells that the changes are significant ones to integrate better with the other Facebook products and on the other, it was made to push the deadline for the same to the month of May. But before that, let’s know why it is updated as a controversial one.

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CLAT Preparation Guide
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CLAT Preparation Guide

CLAT is the focal point of all the exams related to law admissions for the students who have just passed their 12th standard. At this time the major concern is for the preparation of the exams. You may have started your preparations for CLAT when you are in 11th standard or 12th standard so that you are able to cover all the syllabus.

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CLAT 2021: Application Forms, Revised Exam Dates, Cut-Offs & Eligibility Criteria
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CLAT 2021: Application Forms, Revised Exam Dates, Cut-Offs & Eligibility Criteria

CLAT UG 2021 exam dates have been revised and it is going to be conducted on the 13th of June, 2021. The test is conducted on a rotational basis by twenty- two National Law Universities of India every year.

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How to Prepare for CLAT 2021?
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How to Prepare for CLAT 2021?

Holidays are round the corner and so is the CLAT entrance exam that’s all set to gift anxiety, pressure, tension and loads of topics that are still required to be covered. CLAT has always been a topic of great discussion in India either for its unpredictable changes in the syllabus or for the level of difficulty that they put into setting the question paper for a 12th pass out. In spite of that, it never restrains the determined minds to come up with flying colors. So what capacitates them in doing so? It takes strategy, consistency and a lot of hard work. Let’s look into some of these. 

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How to Prepare For CLAT PG Exam
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How to Prepare For CLAT PG Exam

CLAT PG is one of the most popular law exams in India. With over 8000 candidates appearing in this exam, its difficulty level is constantly increasing. The CLAT PG exam is conducted every year for admitting eligible candidates to the LLM program offered by the 22 participating NLU's and only the top 5% of the total candidates are selected for various national law schools so, in order to be on this list, a student must have the right attitude towards the exam and its preparation. So, it gets necessary to strategise for the exam accordingly. Read this article to get well-versed with some interesting strategies to crack this exam!

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