The date for All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) this year is on April 28, 2013. This has not been declared on the official National Law University (NLU), Delhi website yet, but GyanCentral has confirmed the news from the Registrar of NLU, Prof. Srikrishna Deva Rao.
The date for Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) this year is on May 12, 2013. This has not been officially declared on the CLAT website yet, but has been mentioned on the tender issued by Hidayatullah National Law University (HNLU), for providing comprehensive information technology and support services for the conduct of CLAT 2013. It is interesting to note that the Indian Institutes of Management (IIMS)s had tried similar online payments for Common Admission Test (CAT) forms in the past.
Continuing with our series of videos on CLAT topics (on student demand), we present a video on Coding and Decoding. Questions on coding and decoding can be tricky and many students had requested a video on this topic. So, here it is.
GyanCentral's Ushnota Paul finally met up with the well-known CLAT Guru Rajneesh Singh in Kolkata. Singh, who holds a degree in MA Economics, MBA, and is currently pursuing LLB, is the national product manager for Law, BBA, CSAT, Bank Exams and CA-CPT courses at IMS coaching centre. He has an experience of more than 12 years in training students for various entrance tests. He has been running successful online forums like RSCM for CLAT Prep since six years. He has authored a book on CSAT for Cengage/Thompson Publications. More books will be coming up in 2013. In this freewheeling chat, he talks about CLAT 2013 preparation in detail, how to strategise, plan and bell the CLAT! Excerpts.
IIT Madras: A student initiative, MITR, reaches out to issues concerning academics and personal lifeBy Guest Author
College academic life thrives on a routine of time tables and scheduled classes. Professors take lectures, according to the syllabus. There is the usual everyday grind. Very few have the time to address each and every query of each and every student. In such a situation, it is essential that someone takes up the responsibility of addressing queries of students at all times. Not just issues related to academics but even personal. Mentoring for Individual Transformation (MITR) is an on-campus club of sorts started by the students of IIT Madras for the same. Nanadita Vadal, a fourth-year Civil engineering student and student coordinator of MITR tells Ashish Korada more about this.
What do you have to say about an institute that has Arun Jaitley, Kapil Sibal, Rohintan F. Nariman, Gopal Subramaniam, Mukul Rohatgi, Kiran Bedi, Meira Kumar and the likes on its alumni list? The list doesn't end here. More than eighty percent of the sitting judges in the High Court of Delhi are said to be alumni of this institute. Yes! We are talking about the Campus Law Centre (CLC), Faculty of Law, University of Delhi which has stuck to its three-year LL.B. course with conviction although the focus of the Indian legal education system these days is perhaps on the relatively new 5-year law schools. Let's have a look at the pros and cons of this college and the admission process.
Continuing with our series of videos on CLAT topics (on student demand), we present a video on number series. Questions on number series can be tricky and many students had requested a video on this topic. So, here it is.