LSAT-India 2013 (Law School Admission Test) is designed by USA based Law School Admission Council (LSAC) for use by law schools in India, and is conducted by Pearson VUE, LSAC's affiliate. It is perhaps the most dreaded amongst the Law tests, because unlike CLAT, AILET or other important law entrance exams in India, LSAT doesn't offer various sources or materials to prepare from. Nobody can predict the LSAT pattern as it is said to randomly change each year. LSAT was conducted yesterday, May 19, 2013 in various centres across India. Gyancentral's Ushnota Paul took a review of the exam from students walking out of the 2 hour 20 minutes long examination.
All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) 2012 results were declared today, on Wednesday, May 15, 2013 by National Law University (NLU), Delhi in their official website. This highly competitive national law entrance examination to get admission into NLU, Delhi was conducted in various cities in India on April 28, 2013.
At the outset, let me thank HNLU for (finally) preparing a not-so-controversial paper. Formalities aside, though going by the smart drafting of the notification which contained the paper pattern, it was pretty much certain that HNLU can draft any kind of a paper and they would not come in the firing ling (unlike CLAT 2012), they still deserve full credit for meticulous drafting (I'll come to the Mathematics questions later!) and quality of questions.
Common Law Admission Test (CLAT), one of the most important law entrance examinations in India, which helps law aspirants get into the prominent National Law Universities in the country, was conducted today. It is taken after the 12th grade, for admission into the Bachelors degree of Law, and many students across the country write this highly competitive examination every year. GyanCentral's Ushnota Paul spoke to various students across India to find out about their two-hour long CLAT experience.
Let’s cut to the chase right away, shall we? SET and AILET are over, but not entirely behind us. Continuing with the line I have maintained since the very beginning - that both these exams have immense learning potential, as far as CLAT (THE Exam!) is concerned, here I ask - what are the take-aways from these two, which shall stand you in good stead on D-Day?
Symbiosis Entrance Test (SET) 2013 conducted by Symbiosis Law School (SLS), Pune is one of the most coveted law entrance tests for students in India. Over the years, Symbiosis sure has become one of the top-notch brands to pass out from in the country. GyanCentral's Ushnota Paul spoke to various candidates who wrote SET today, and took a review of the exam from students across India, who walked out of the two and a half hour long examination.
"Life pushed him between the devil and deep blue sea. He threw the devil in the sea and crossed it on his back. He was after all an Entrepreneur!" Let's meet Apurva Sukant, a young entrepreneur, Hidayatullah National Law University (HNLU), Raipur pass-out, who along with his team, has developed the smallest android device - Androidly, which can be used as a wrist watch. The Andriod watch, named as "Androidly" will combine all the applications of a fully featured smartphone. You will be able to make calls, browse internet, check mails, click pictures. It will also be equipped with wi-fi, bluetooth and navigation facilities. Excerpts from the interview.