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LLB Coaching CLAT Coaching in Chandigarh

How to become a lawyer?

Before answering this question, let’s understand who a lawyer is. A lawyer is a person who is qualified to practice law by either providing legal advice to a company/individual or by representing them in legal matters. One cannot practice law without having a license. In countries like Mexico, anyone who has a valid law degree can practice law, however, in many countries, passing the 'Bar Examination' is necessary. In India as well, one has to pass the bar examination called the 'All India Bar Examination (AIBE)' to become a certified lawyer.  The government of India made AIBE mandatory for all law students from the academic year 2015-2016 onwards. But before giving the AIBE, having a law degree (LLB) is mandatory.

LLB

The bachelor of Legislative law is often called LLB after the Latin term Legum Baccalaureus. LLB is an undergraduate law course. You have a choice between two courses if you want to be a lawyer. One is the 3-year course for which graduation is necessary. Another is the 5-year integrated BA LLB (Hons.) course for those without graduation. There are other types of integrated courses as well such as BSc. LLB and BBA LLB. The candidates applying for an LLB or LLM (a postgraduate law degree) must pass an entrance exam. There are many entrance exams for different colleges such as CLAT, LSAT, AILET, LAWCET, etc.

CLAT

CLAT - Common Law Admission Test is an all India entrance exam for admission in LLB or LLM in some of the top universities in India.

The institutes giving admission on the basis of CLAT are:

  • National Law School of India  (Bangalore)
  • Nalsar University of Law  (Hyderabad)
  • The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences (Kolkata)
  • National Law University, Jodhpur  (Jodhpur)
  • National Law Institute University (Bhopal)
  • Gujarat National Law University (Gandhinagar)
  • Maharashtra National Law University (Mumbai)
  • Hidayatullah National Law University (Raipur)
  • Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia National Law University (Lucknow)
  • Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (Patiala)
  • Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (Kochi)
  • Chanakya National Law University (Patna)
  • National Law University, Orissa (Cuttack)
  • National University of Study and Research in Law (Ranchi)
  • National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam (Guwahati)
  • Maharashtra National Law University (Nagpur)
  • Tamil Nadu National Law School (Tiruchirappalli)
  • Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law University (Visakhapatnam)

Top Five Colleges for Legal Studies

Law is one of the most popular career option all around the world. Lawyers are highly paid professionals and work for the protection of their client’s legal interest. Working in the field of law has a lot of scope but only if you take your first step right. There are a number of colleges in India that offer a degree in Law, some are good and some are not. From the list of all the good colleges in India we have managed to pick up the five best colleges that students prefer. 

National Law School of India University (NLSUI), Bangalore

The faculty of NLSUI Bangalore consist of many senior advocates and retired High and Supreme Court judges.

Rating - AAAAA

Courses:

  • B.A.  L.L.B. (Hons.)
  • LLM in Business law
  • Master in Business law
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Medical Law and Ethics
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Intellectual Property Rights Law

Entrance Exams: CLAT, CLAT PG

National Law University, New Delhi   

NLUD is one of the many law colleges in India to be built on the five year law Degree Model implemented by the Bar Council of India.

Rating – AAAA+

Courses:

  • B.A.  L.L.B (Hons.)
  • LLM
  • Postgraduate Diploma Program in Urban Environmental Management, IPR and Patent Law and Judging and Court Management.

Entrance Exams: AILET, AILET PG

National Academy of Legal Studies and Research University (NALSAR), Hyderabad

NALSAR, Hyderabad was established in 1998 and it was the second national law university to be instituted in India.

Rating: AAAA+

Courses:

  • B.A. L.L.B (Hons.)
  • LL.M. in Corporate and Commercial Law
  • LL.M. in Intellectual Property Rights
  • LL.M. in International Trade and Business Law
  • LL.M. in Public Law and Legal Theory
  • LL.M. in Legal Consumer Law and Practice
  • LL.M. in Legal Pedagogy
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Cyber Law
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Patent Law
  • Post Graduate Diploma in International Humanitarian Law
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Media Laws
  • Post Graduate Diploma in GIS and Remote Sensing Law
  • PhD in Law

Entrance Exam: CLAT, CLAT PG

National Law University, Jodhpur

NLU, Jodhpur was set up in 1999 and since has been a benchmark of law education in India.

Rating: AAAA+

Courses:

  • B.A. L.L.B (Hons.)
  • B.B.A.  L.L.B (Hons.)
  • LL.M. in Corporate and Commercial Law
  • LL.M. in Intellectual Property Rights
  • LL.M. in International Trade and Business Law
  • LL.M. in Banking and Finance
  • LL.M. in Cyber Law and Cyber Security.
  • MBA Insurance
  • MS Insurance
  • PhD in Law

Entrance Exams: CLAT, CLAT PG

West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata

The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences was set up under WBNUJS act of 1999.

Rating – AAAA+

Courses:

  • B.B.A.  L.L.B.
  • BSc  L.L.B
  • LLM
  • M Phil
  • PhD

Entrance Exams: CLAT, CLAT PG

Every year more and more students are opting for Law but the no of good colleges remains the same so it is really important for a Law Aspirant to get the best coaching to crack the entrance exams like CLAT and AILET. WE here at AAA Bright Academy make sure that our students get admission in some of the top Universities of India by giving them the best education, guidance and mentorship. We understand that the need of each and every one is different and that is why we give each of the student proper attention and time to clear their doubts.

 

Other exams for LAW

As it is known that the 18 national law schools in India give students admission on the basis of CLAT, but CLAT is not the only entrance test out there. Some other entrance tests for admission in major universities in India are LSAT, AILET, AIL Entrance test, BLAT-BHU.

 LSAT

If one wants to study in one of the top law institution of the world like Harvard Law School then you have to give LSAT. The Law School Admission Test is conducted by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) four times in a year for admission into some of the top law schools all around the world. In India alone more than 60 law schools consider LSAT scores for the admission of students. Some of them include:

1.       Jindal Global Law school, Sonipat

2.       Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur

3.       KLE Society’s Law College, Bangalore

4.       School of Law, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun

5.       Alliance School of Law, Bangalore

6.       JSS Law College, Mysore

7.       ICFAI University, Dehradun

LSAT Exam Pattern:

The questions asked in LSAT will be multiple choice (MCQ).

The no of questions will be around 92-100

The test has to be completed in 140 minutes with 35 minutes given to each of the 4 sections.

There is no negative marking in the exam and the final test score will be on a percentile basis.

Sections in LSAT

No. of Question

Time Given

Analytical Reasoning

24(Approx.)

35 minutes

Reading Comprehension

24(Approx.)

35 minutes

1st Logical Reasoning

24(Approx.)

35 minutes

2nd Logical Reasoning

24(Approx.)

35 minutes

TOTAL

92-100

140 minutes

 

AILET

All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) is the entrance test for admission into National Law University, Delhi. There are only 80 seats in the BA LLB course and 20 seats in LLM.

AILET Exam Pattern

The exam will be conducted offline and will only consist of objective type questions (MCQ).

The exam will consist of 150 questions and has to be completed in 90 minutes (1 hour 30 minutes)

1 mark will be provided for every right answer and there is no negative marking.

SUBJECT

No. of Questions

Marks

English

35

35

Legal Aptitude

35

35

Reasoning

35

35

General Knowledge

35

35

Elementary Mathematics

10

10

TOTAL

150

150

 

Army institiute of Law (AIL), Mohali –Entrance Test

Army institute of Law (AIL) situated in Mohali, Punjab conducts its separate entrance test for admission in their law programs.

AIL Test Pattern

The exam will be conducted offline and will only consist of objective type questions (MCQ).

The exam will consist of 200 questions and has to be completed in 120 minutes (2 hours)

1 mark will be provided for every right answer and there is no negative marking.

Subjects

Questions

Marks

Mental Ability

50

50

General English

50

50

Law Aptitude

50

50

Current Affairs and General Knowledge

50

50

TOTAL

200

200

 

BLAT- BHU

Bharat Hindu University (BHU) conducts its Law Admission Test (BHU-BLAT) for admission into law courses of the University.

BLAT-BHU Exam Pattern

The exam will be conducted offline and will only consist of objective type questions (MCQ).

The exam will consist of 150 questions and has to be completed in 120 minutes (2 hours)

3 marks will be provided for every right answer and 1 mark will be deduced from total marks for every wrong answer. (+3 and -1)

The question will come from the following topics:

1.       English Comprehension

2.       Legal Aptitude

3.       Mental Ability

4.       General Awareness and current affairs

The maximum marks awarded to a candidate will be 450.

There are a lot of good law Universities both in India and abroad. Law being a very high paid profession is highly in demand among students. Students pursuing law from colleges like Harvard Law School are placed almost 10 months of finishing their degree at an average package of about $143,000 which is around 90 lakhs INR.

CLAT Exam Eligibility

  • The candidate appearing for CLAT must have passed his/her 10+2 or any equivalent examination with at least 50% marks in total (5% relaxation is given to SC/ST/OBC/PWD category holders).
  • The maximum age of the applicant must be 20 years (2 years of relaxation is given to SC/ST/OBC/PWD category holders) .
  • The candidate appearing for his/her 10+2 or any equivalent exam is also eligible to give CLAT but has to submit the DMC (Detail Mark Sheet) in order to prove that he/she passed the qualifying examination.

CLAT Exam Pattern

The exam consists of 200 questions including a timeframe of 2 hours.

1 mark is awarded for every right answer and 0.25 marks are deducted for every wrong answer (+1  and  -0.25).

Subject

No of Questions

Marks

Time Duration

Logical Reasoning

40

40

2 Hours

(120 minutes)

Legal Reasoning

50

50

General Knowledge/ Current Affairs

50

50

English

40

40

Elementary Mathematics (10th level)

20

20

TOTAL

200

200

Every year millions of students give CLAT but only a few thousands of them get selected in the top law institutions of India, leaving the other students heartbroken. Here at AAA Bright Academy, we provide students with the best coaching to make sure that they get into their dream college.

Tips to Prepare for CLAT

CLAT is the exam that one has to give for admissions in the top 18 colleges for legal studies in India. Every year more and more people are giving CLAT exams owing to its increasing popularity as a potential career among students. Law gives you a lot of career opportunities and growth possibilities but all of that, doesn’t come without hard work. A lawyer must have good oratory skills and a great command over language. A lawyer is required to have great negotiating and convincing skills. All of that will help you in the long run but to give your career an early start it is important to have a law degree from a good University and for that you have to perform well in CLAT. So to help you with that, AAA Bright Academy brings some tips that might give you an edge in your preparation over the other candidates.

Make a Schedule

Discipline is the most important factor when it comes to achieving your goals. You need to make a time and study schedule because self-study is really important. Divide your time among topics and give more time to the topics that you are weak in.

Make Notes

You should make notes of topics that you have studied because when it comes to revising those topics it would be easier if you read those notes instead of reading that whole topic from the textbook. Note writing is the easiest way to learn to learn something you read.

Section Wise Tips

General Knowledge:

General Knowledge is the make or break section because if it is prepared for in a nice way it usually takes lesser time than any other section.

You will be asked 50 questions from this section and the latest CLAT pattern has suggested that more no of current affair questions come rather that static GK, so make, reading a newspaper a daily habit.

 

Legal Aptitude:

It is one of the interesting sections and will ask you 50 questions based on legal areas of the law of Torts, Legal GK, Law of Contracts and Criminal Law. It is not required from you to have a detailed understanding of the subject matter as it exists only to test your aptitude. To score more in this section try analyzing and solving past papers. Scoring in this section will be beneficial as marks of Legal Aptitude are considered in terms of a tie breaker.

English

A total of 40 questions will be asked from this section and will test your English proficiency. This section is all about comprehension, Grammar and Vocabulary. Although the vocabulary and grammar part requires long and consistent efforts but with the help of proper guidance and studying methods they sufficient skills can be obtained in lesser time. The grammar section includes filling in appropriate words, finding errors etc. and practice is the key so practice as much as you can.

Logical Reasoning

This section has 40 questions and includes questions from analogies, odd man out, statement and assumptions, logical sequences, deduction or syllogism etc. This section is one of the easiest and can make a large difference in the final score. You need to practice this section because if practiced properly it won’t take a lot of time.

Mathematics

This section consist of 20 questions of the topic like percentage, simple interest, compound interest and mainly all the tenth level mathematics topics. You should take this section seriously and prepare for it accordingly. Although the questions are lesser in compared to other sections but it is vital in improving the overall score.

Mock Tests

If you are in your preparation journey then you should be well aware of your current preparation level and that can be done by solving mock tests. Mock Tests help you understand your strengths and weaknesses. At the end of your preparations, mock tests help you get the required confidence to face the final exam, so take as many practice tests as you can and try to score above the required cut off, just to gain some confidence.

Always be motivated

Every preparation journey is tough, somedays you might want to give up but you have to keep yourself motivated in every way possible. Motivation makes a lot of difference, mostly people are motivated at first but slowly they lose that spirit and that effects their preparation and thereby the final result.

Final Words:

Always trust your teachers, guides, mentors or whoever is helping you with the preparation. If you doubt your teachers or coaching institutes then it would lead you nowhere. Lastly I would say that hard work is the key because a teacher might provide you with the knowledge, but it is up to you to absorb that knowledge. We here at AAA Bright Academy provide students with all the guidance and support needed to clear CLAT exam and if the students is willing to work hard, we make exams just a piece of cake for them.

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Point AAA-BRIGHT ACADEMY OTHER INSTITUTE
Infrastructure Sprawling 3 Acre Campus with 50 seater spacious air conditioned  class rooms all filled to capacity. Run from small showroom SCO floors with cramped seating and classrooms made from aluminium partitions with AC's that dont run most of the time..
Expert Faculty Best & Expert permanent faculty  who are with us for many the last many years that is why our  students get the best teaching environment. Part time faculty who are hired on hourly basis with no commitment , who come & leave as fast thus leaving students in the lurch as they have to adapt to different teaching styles of different teachers.
Course Duration 120 - 150 days 45 days
Fresh/New Batch Fresh Batch Only in AAA Bright Academy Make new students sit in old batches and make fool of them that syllabus is covered in blocks or in circle.
No. of Days in week 7 days a week, No Holiday, This Show's our dedication, even extra classes on Sunday 5 days a week teaching class and make a fool of students by telling them Saturdays & Sundays are for conducting test or doubt session.
No. of Hours per day 3 to 3.5 hours and extra classes on Sunday+2 hr Test 2 hour
No. of hours per week 30-32 hours 14-15 Hours
Director Classes Director Himself Take classes Students Don’t know who is director.
Doubt Session Separate SSC Coaching in Chandigarh classes daily 10-5 PM is include in class timings
Mock test 5 Times a week apart from coaching 1- in a week including classes
Green Card Life time support till job and are given fresh batch No Life time support and different old batches
Full Study Material Comprises Class Assignments and Drill/Practice books (18-Books) No proper Study Material
(7-8 unorganized Books)
Strategy/Notes Given by Us No such Service
Success Rate More than 95% in Six Months Ranging About 15%-50% even in one year.
Feed Back Form Feed Back is filled by students fortnightly and required changes are introduced in a week No Such System.
Faculty Expert Faculty Four/Five teachers per Section.
Total-30 permanent
18 Part Time
Total: 3-5 Teacher.Some are teaching more than one section.
Classroom Fully Air Conditioned rooms with Mike and Projector Facility. Running in Shambles.
Demo Class No Demo Class As our Result and Quality Education speak for us. They have demo class, Because they have to prove themselves. For Two three days they make fool by hiring part time experts & not regulars who  teaching simple topics.
Personal Attention Given not only by teachers but by Director Himself. Director Don’t Know their students or is mostly absent as old students are always up his neck for reporting issues or refund.
Fixed  Discounting System We has Fixed Discount System. Students Given admission without any prejudice. They take fees on basis of person to person. It varies as it creates business in atmosphere.

 

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