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What Will You Get:

  • Discussion on Recent Legal and Contemporary Issues
  • Video and Text Support
  • Quick Revision
  • Subject Based Assessments
  • Practice on Essay type Answers
  • 5 Previous Year Question Paper
  • 5 Mock Tests
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Crash Course CLAT PG LLM

A perfect guide that will help you clear CLAT PG LLM & other LLM entrance exams. The difficulty of CLAT LLM preparation & cracking this exam with lesser time left is quite understandable and, in this situation, this crash course is just what you need.Now, you don’t need to break your head with the updated syllabus of CLAT PG course, analyze previous years’ question papers and predict the probability of important topics being asked this year. Because we’ve already done all this for you!

 15 Modules  Certificate  Assessment
₹ 19999.00 ₹ 9999.00 Enroll Now

What Will You Get:

  • Discussion on Recent Legal and Contemporary Issues
  • Video and Text Support
  • Quick Revision
  • Subject Based Assessments
  • Practice on Essay type Answers
  • 5 Previous Year Question Paper
  • 5 Mock Tests

Course covering updated Syllabus

Landmark and Recent Cases Coverage

Interactive Videos, Text Support and MCQs

Course Outline

The course syllabus covers all the important topics for CLAT LLM preparation in an easy to understand manner. This CLAT PG course (crash course), all important topics have been covered in an interactive & intuitive way, so that you can learn more while spending lesser time.
Besides the exam syllabus, this course strategically covers the other requirements as well for cracking this exam and helps you gain a competitive edge over others. Here’s how:

 Exam pattern of CLAT PG 2020 (Total 150 Marks) 

The PG-CLAT 2020 will feature an emphasis on the comprehension abilities of the students. It shall be of 120 minutes duration, with two sections:

  • The first section would include 100 objective-type questions carrying 1 mark each. There shall be a negative marking of 0.25 marks for every wrong answer. 
  • The second section would require candidates to write 2 descriptive essays. 
  • Candidates who secure 40% (35% in case of SC, ST, and PWD) marks in the objective section will qualify for the evaluation of their answers in the descriptive section.

The paper will be based on the mandatory subjects of the undergraduate program and include Constitutional Law, Jurisprudence, Administrative Law, Law of Contract, Torts, Family Law, Criminal Law, Property Law, Company Law, Public International Law, Tax Law, Environmental Law, and Labour & Industrial Law.

Why this Course?

This crash course is an online LLM course specially designed for the aspirants of CLAT PG LLM who wish to prepare in a smarter way. With a result-oriented approach, this CLAT PG course comprises.

  • Based on the New CLAT 2020 Pattern
  • Video and Text Support
  • Complete and Detailed Understanding of the Subject
  • Detailed Assessments on all subjects
  • Accurate & Smart Visualization of Concepts
  • Enhances the value of your preparation
  • De-coding Recent Amendments and Enactments
  • Landmark and Recent Case Studies
  • Relevant and Up-to-date Information
  • All this and much more

Course Syllabus

  1. Overview
  2. MODULE 1
  3. MODULE 2
  4. MODULE 3: Essay Questions
  5. MODULE 4
  1. Company Law and IBC Cases
  2. Criminal Law Cases
  3. Tax Law Cases
  4. Miscellaneous Important Judgments
  1. Basic and Salient Features of Indian Constitution
  2. Fundamental Rights
  3. DPSP & Fundamental Duties
  4. Important Amendments
  5. Supreme Court
  6. Parliament
  7. Executive
  8. Emergency Provisions
  9. Committee & Commissions
  1. Definition of Jurisprudence & Sources of law
  2. Schools of Jurisprudence
  3. Rights & Duties
  4. Person & Liabilities
  5. Ownership & Possession
  6. Theories of Punishment
  7. Law and Morals
  8. Maxims
  1. Introduction to Companies Act
  2. Doctrines under Companies Act, 2013
  3. Directors
  4. Shareholder Meeting
  5. Winding Up
  1. Essentials of a valid contract
  2. Offer, acceptance and consideration
  3. Privity of Contract and Capacity to Contract
  4. Elements vitiating Contract
  5. Wagering and Contingent Contracts
  6. Bailment and Pledge
  7. Indemnity, Guarantee and Agency
  8. Frustration of Contract
  9. Breach of Contract
  1. Nature and Definition of Tort
  2. General Principle of Tortious Liability
  3. General Defenses
  4. Vicarious Liability
  5. Negligence, Nuisance and Defamation
  6. Absolute and Strict Liability
  7. Consumer Protection
  1. Introduction
  2. General Principles of Criminal Liability
  3. General Exceptions
  4. Criminal conspiracy
  5. Abetment
  6. Joint and Constructive Liability
  7. Offences against body
  8. Offences against property
  9. Adultery
  10. Defamation
  1. Meaning, Definition. Scope & Growth of Administrative Law
  2. Basic Constitutional Principles
  3. Delegated Legislation
  4. Natural Justice
  5. Judicial Control or Review of Administrative Discretion
  6. Locus Standi and Public Interest Litigation
  1. Introduction to International Law
  2. Sources of International
  3. International Law vis a vis Municipal Law
  4. Treaties
  5. Important International Organizations
  6. State Recognition
  7. Human Rights & International Law
  8. Settlement of Disputes
  9. Law of Sea, Air and Space
  1. Introduction
  2. Residential Status
  3. Income from Salary
  4. Income which do not form part of Total Income
  5. Income from House Property
  6. Income from Business & Profession
  7. Income from Capital Gains
  8. Income from Other Sources
  9. Set off & Carry Forward of Losses
  10. Indirect Tax
  1. Constitutional and Legal Framework for Protection of environment in India
  2. Important UN Conference and international law around environmental law
  3. Protection and Enforcement of Human Rights in India
  1. Constitution and Labour Laws
  2. International Labour Organization
  3. Law of Welfare & Working Condition
  4. Law of Industrial Relations
  5. Code on Wages
  6. Social Security Legislations
  1. Schools/Sources of Hindu and Muslim Law
  2. Hindu Marriage Act, 1955
  3. Restitution of Conjugal Rights
  4. Judicial Separation and Divorce
  5. Maintenance
  6. Adoption
  7. Guardianship
  1. Copyright Act, 1957
  2. Overview of Patent Act in India

Who should take this course?

If you’re one of the serious aspirants of CLAT PG LLM, AILET LLM, DU LLM or LSAT LLM besides CLAT LLM preparation, this crash course is a perfect match for you.