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Eligibility

Bachelor’s Degree in Law from a recognized University/Institute.

Timeline

The exams are mostly held in the first quarter of any year, from March to April. The interview is conducted accordingly, post the written exams.

Pattern

Phase 1-

Paper 1 (common for all streams)-  Multiple choice questions on General Awareness (including some questions related to financial Sector), English Language, Quantitative aptitude and Test of Reasoning.

Time limit- 60 mins 

Maximum marks- 100

Cut off- 30%

Paper 2 (specialized, legal)-

This will contain multiple-choice questions from the following topics- Constitution of India, Law of Contracts, Criminal law, Evidence Act, CPC, Administrative Law, Jurisprudence, Latin Maxims, Torts, Arbitration & Reconciliation Act, Transfer of Properties Act, Companies Act 2013, and Securities Law.

Phase 2

Paper 1 (Common for all streams)- English (Descriptive Test).

Time limit- 60 mins 

Maximum Marks- 100 

Cut off- 30%

Weightage- 1/3rd 

Paper 2 (specialized, Legal)-

Multiple choice questions are from the following topics- Constitution of India, Law of Contracts, Criminal law, Evidence Act, CPC, Administrative Law, Jurisprudence, Latin Maxims, Torts, Law of Trusts,  Arbitration & conciliation Act, Transfer of Properties Act, Corporate Law (including companies act, insolvency, and limited liability), Taxation and Securities Law.

Time Limit- 40 mins

Maximum Marks- 100

Cut off- 40%

Weightage- 2/3rd 

Negative Marking- There shall be a negative marking of 1/4th of marks assigned to a question in both papers of phase 1 and paper 2 of phase 2.


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