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Pranav Raj

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First of all make a perfect routine and try it for 21 days. After following that you will definitely going to SEE a drastic change in your studies.

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Anurag katyal

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No it is bad it must be an open book format. Basically it wrong to have exams for practices. Is there is any exams for getting practice Certificate for doctors, engineers, architects. So it must be discontinue.

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Hemilda Theodore

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Not at all. We need more time to solve the questions and nothing comes from their syllabus. The older pattern was much better.

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FOR NlU Bangalore 95+ is a safe score
For top 5 above 90.

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Arima Singh

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Yes, it should be postponed.

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Aakansha Aneja

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Hi, Students who complete B.A. , L. B. Degree Course have a lot of employment opportunities in administration, planning, management, banking, and industrial sector in addition to legal profession and judiciary. Some of the diverse areas of job opportunities for a BBA LL.B. Graduate are as follows:Working as a Business Development Manager with various law firms of the country; Working as an associate at law firms, such as in some of the top law firms in the country, like Amarchand Mangaldas, Khaitan & Co, AZB &Partners, J Sagar Associates, Luthra & Luthra, and Trilegal, etc. Working as a general counsel in the legal departments of companies (I... View More

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Mandeep singhLaw student • cinephile •

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Amity law school admission is basis on IPU CET from now it is merge into CLAT as per 2019 notification start preparing for entrance to get admission. LL. Bligibility:Graduation min 50% for Non Sponsored & min 45% for Sponsored category
Duration:3 year (s)
1st Year Non Sponsored Semester Fee (Rs. In Lacs):1.10
1st Year Sponsored Semester Fee (Rs. In Lacs): 1.65
Total fees approximately 6 lacs.

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Mandeep singhLaw student • cinephile •

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Opportunities arer limited because of the system of horizontal entry into higher grades. Detectives, Detectives and Criminal Investigators, Correctional Officers, Jailers, Sheriffs Security Guards, Private Detectives and Investigators, and various other protective service professionals. Candidates in the law enforcement sector differs according to the level of the position and direct recruitment is also done. The educational qualification requirement differs according to the level of position. Superintendents of Police are recruited by the Union Public Service Commission and this is an extremely competitive examination to get into Indian Poli... View More

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Mandeep singhLaw student • cinephile •

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The main advantage of five year LL.B. Course over three year LL.B. Course is that the candidates can save one year. They can select either B.com ,B.A. LLb Or B. S.c LL.B. According to their interest. They need not pursue the concerned undergraduate course and then join LL.B. As an additional course. Integrated course will give them an opportunity to complete their law course in a continuous stretch without any break. It is better for those who have taken a decision to pursue a legal profession after 12th. If the candidates are interested to pursue LL.B. As an additional course after graduation, then three year course is better for them. All t... View More

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