1. Select the States You Wish to Appear For
2. See Question Paper of Previous Years
3. Read Bare Acts Several Times
4. In Bare Acts Focus on ‘May’ and ‘Shall’
5. Know Where to Give Less Time
6. Understand Where to Focus More
7. Go Through Landmark Judgements
8. Do Not Burden Yourself With Fat Reference Books
9. Make Synopsis of All Topics
10. Use Charts, Diagrams, and Pictorial Representation
11. Speak Orally What You Studied
12. Do Not Panic and Get Disheartened
13. Revise Everyday
When it comes to law, this institute is a very famous name in Mukherjee Nagar, New Delhi. The fees is around 1 lakh 50 thousand.
On 4th October 2019, I accompanied my friend to her coaching. She has been attending this coaching since April 2019. Before her, two of my college friends had also passed out from this same coaching.
1. Make Sure You Understand the Question
2. Stick to the Word Limit
3. Keep Your Answers Simple
4. Write Short Sentences
5. Break the Answer in Paragraphs
6. Make Ample Use of Legal Terms
7. Mention Important Case Laws
8. Follow Proper Judgement Writing Format
9. Avoid Using Many Abbreviations
10. Have a Synopsis in Mind
11. Set an Estimated Time Limit for a Question
12. Allot the Last 15 Minutes for Revision
10 Career Options After Law:
1. Go into Litigation
2. Become a Legal Adviser
3. Practice as a Legal Assistant
4. Law Professor or Teacher
5. Join Government Services
6. Enter Judicial Services
7. Become a Public Prosecutor
8. Be an Assistant Prosecution Officer
9. Become a Legal Journalist
10. Be a Legal Researcher
Section 144 of the Criminal Procedure Code is a technical tool to maintain security and peace in the society.
Section 144 of CrPC is imposed in urgent cases of apprehended danger of nuisance or disturbance in peace.
It is frequently in the news. Let us look at some leading questions and confusion related to section 144 of CrPC.
The Indian Majority Act, 1875
An Act to amend the law respecting the age of majority.
WHEREAS, in the case of persons domiciled in India it is expedient to specify the age of Majority;
It is hereby enacted as follows-
1. Short title.
This Act may be called the Indian Majority Act, 1875.
National girl child day is observed on 24th January every year, which tends to promote the rights of every girl child.
The theme for this year is- “Empowering Girls for a Brighter Tomorrow.”
The initiative taken by the current government to spread awareness among people about girl child is appreciable.