Welcome to Law Bridge Academy
The Introduction to Law course from Career Bridge Academy is the perfect programme for any student considering a career in Law. During one year of interactive study and discussion, students on the course will be introduced to a variety of different fields within the discipline. Students will be given an early insight into life as a Law student at academy. The overall aim of this academy is to provide aspirants with an initial advantage as they start their journey towards becoming a Judge/ Public Prosecutor/ IAS/ Lawyer.
Students will be introduced to multiple legal disciplines including jurisprudence, constitutional law, criminal law, civil law and other areas besides. They will also explore the skills and tasks most required of multiple legal professions, in order to assess whether they themselves would be suited to such a career in the future.
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At Career Bridge Academy we are committed to providing our students with the most qualified and high-calibre teaching faculty available. Faculty are passionate about their subjects, and are looking forward to passing their knowledge on to their students.
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DU LL.B ENTRANCE Candidates would get the DU LLB Entrance Exam Application Form 2017 through online mode. Candidates can fill the application form from the fourth week of April 2017. Last date to fill the application form will be the last week of May 2017 Eligibility for Admission: The eligibility criteria for General, Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe (SC/ST) candidates are as given in the Ordinance. i. The eligibility criteria* for admission to LL.B. Degree course is as follows:- a. For General and Other Backward Classes (OBC) candidates, Graduate/Post-Graduate Degree from the University of Delhi or any other Indian or Foreign University recognized as equivalent by the University of Delhi with at least 50% marks or an equivalent grade point in the aggregate in either of them. However, the cut off marks for admission of OBC candidates shall be up to 10% less than the marks notified for general candidates in the Entrance Test. b. Relaxation of 5% marks in the minimum eligibility prescribed for general candidates will be allowed to Other Backward Classes (OBC) category. (In compliance of the judgement of the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India in P.V. Indiresan v. Union of India and Others). c. Relaxation of 5% marks in the minimum eligibility prescribed for general candidates will be allowed to widows/wards of defense personnel (CW) category. d. Relaxation of up to 5% marks in the minimum eligibility prescribed for general candidates will be allowed to the candidates belonging to physically handicapped (PH) category on the recommendations of the Medical Board as per the prescribed procedure. DU LLB Entrance Exam 2017 Application Form . Application Fee Candidates have to pay Rs. 500 (for unreserved/OBC category) &Rs. 250 (For SC/ST/PwD category). The fee can be paid via online or offline mode. Eligibility Criteria · Candidates have to complete the graduation degree in any discipline. · Candidates have to secure minimum 50% marks (for general), 45% marks (for OBC) & 40% marks (for SC/ST). · There is 5% relaxation in the qualifying marks for widows/wards of ex-servicemen/serving personal (CW) & Physically Handicapped (PH). DU LLB Entrance Exam Pattern a. The Exam pattern is mentioned below: b. Mode of Exam: The exam will be held through offline mode (Pen Paper mode). c. Type of Questions: The question will be the objective type. d. Exam Duration: The duration of entrance test will be two hours. e. Language: The question paper will come in English language. f. No. of Questions: Total 100 question will be asked in the examination. g. Marking Scheme: For correct response, 4 marks will be allotted to the candidates. h. Negative Marks: For incorrect response, 1 mark will be deducted. DU LLB Entrance Exam Syllabus The Delhi University LLB Entrance Exam syllabus will consist of the following topics: General Knowledge & Current Affairs, English Language Comprehension, Reasoning & Analytical Abilities and Legal Awareness and Aptitude. Career in law You could study corporate law mediation and negation intellectual property law envornmental law women’s law, human rights law labour law just to name a few alternatives. You could study further do our LL.M and PH.D. in international law, and work with the united nation and you could become a teacher in various universities in India. You could start practice in courts after graduate, Legal work: You can opt to work in law firm or in the legal department of multinational organization firm or companies’ government department, PSU etc and your salaries can be very high. Become a Judge It has become a new craze for young law students where they are flag bearer of justice which is itself a great service to nation and humanity and anybody can take pride in performing this kind of sovereign function. Career Bridge Has a unique teaching technique developed by highly experienced and dedicated team of experts. This methodology has been developed through extensive interaction with renowned and reverent faculty members who have given their valuable input. Our course to prepare DU LL.B · 8 months of intensive classroom training · 5000+pages comprehensive training material · 300+practice test and 50+rehearsal test · Practice session for speed building and accuracy · Paper attempting strategy · Home assignments. · Student performance analysis for every student. 2018-01-15T17:00:07
Overview A Public Prosecutor (PP) is an advocate who represents the state or the people of the state in a criminal trial. The present criminal justice system of our state is based on the principle that any crime committed by an individual or groups against others are deemed to have been committed against the society. The prosecution and punishment for the crime is, therefore, the responsibility of the state and not that victim of crime. Such prosecution, on behalf of the state, is performed by the Public Prosecutor. A Public Prosecutor can be described as a Minister of Justice who plays a critical role in maintaining purity and impartiality in the field of administration of criminal justice. The chief function of a Public Prosecutor is to protect the citizens. A Public Prosecutor’s duties also include instituting, undertaking, or carrying on criminal proceedings in any case against the Government and for the Government. 1. Course Duration 08 Months 2. Class Duration 2 and half Hours 3. Days (Weekly) 5 Days Weekly (Monday to Friday) 4. Test Saturday 5. Demo Classes 3 Free Demo Classes 6. Batch Size 25 Exam Pattern The test will be of two hours’ duration and will carry a maximum of 100 marks. The test will be objective type questions with multiple choices of answers. There will be penalty for wrong answers. Every wrong answer will carry a deduction of one-third of the marks assigned to that question. If no answer is marked for a question, there will be no penalty for that question Syllabus The syllabus of the question paper for the post of Public Prosecutor comprises the following major topics/broad areas. The level of the question paper will be that of L.L.B. programme of recognized Indian Universities. The medium of the test will be English only. Criminal Law including IPC and Cr. PC Constitutional Law Evidence Law Prevention of Corruption Act Delhi Special Police Establishment Act Information Technology Act (IT Act) Central Vigilance Commission Act (CVC Act) 2018-01-11T04:59:30
Advantages of Law Optional Law is a very basic thing. Everybody (and especially if you are preparing for UPSC) has some understanding of the fundamentals of law, like what is right, what is wrong, etc. · UPSC doesn’t expect you to be experts in law. You don’t need to be a law graduate to opt for the law optional in the IAS mains. · It is a scoring subject. · It is interesting and you can learn a lot about the law by reading newspapers and following cases in the news. · The two papers are application-based and so you don’t have to do a lot of mugging up. · There is a lot of overlap with the General Studies paper, especially in polity and constitution. · Topics like governance issues, RTI, citizen-official interface, exercise of discretion, relationship between organs of state, etc. have significance for the GS papers. · The UPSC syllabus for law optional is limited and can be covered in a relatively short time. · Many social and economic issues should be viewed from the legal angle as well and law students find this easy. So, studying law helps in general studies, essay paper, ethics paper and also in the IAS interview. · The questions are predictable and have been repeated too. · UPSC avoids tough portions of the law like taxation laws and FEMA. Overview Law is one of the optional subjects that the UPSC offers its candidates in the IAS mains exam. It is sometimes seen as an unpopular optional but this is far from true. Many candidates take up this optional and it also has a very high success rate. It is perhaps because of this that even non-law graduates now opt for the law optional in the mains exam. “No man is above the law and no man is below it; nor do we ask any man’s permission when we require him to obey it.” – Theodore Roosevelt First of all, let us look at some interesting statistics about the law optional. According to information released by the UPSC, in 2013 civil services mains exam, 144 candidates chose to take the law as their optional subject and out of them, 35 people were recommended for the UPSC interview. This gives a success rate of 24.3% which is higher than all other optional subjects. 1. Course Duration 09 Months 2. Class Duration 2:30 Hours 3. Days (Weekly) 5 Days Weekly (Monday to Friday) 4. Test Saturday 5. Demo Classes 3 Free Demo Classes 6. Batch Size 25 Who can take Law Optional? Some people might feel that law, much like medical science is a highly specialized subject and it should be taken only if you are a lawyer. However, this is not true. Off late, even non-law graduates have taken the law optional with flying colors in the IAS exam. For instance, Munish Sharma who secured an astounding AIR of 2 in the UPSC CSE 2013 is an MBA who had taken Law optional. Points To Remember for Law Optional • In Paper I, the important parts are Constitutional and Administrative Law. You may get up to three questions on this. You can expect a question on International Law. • In Paper II, it is recommended that you give examples of recent cases. • Don’t forget to give the legal point of view with legal terminology in each question. Cite relevant case examples. But, to differentiate your answers also give the philosophy behind every law.2018-01-11T05:03:13
Overview For those of you with an inclination towards public service and/or the trappings of state authority, the judiciary can be a worthwhile option. Not only is it a way to remain closely connected with the law throughout your professional life, but also one that offers the satisfaction of working for the good of society-an intellectually stimulating profession where you shall command the respect of the common man. There are two avenues open to become a member of the judiciary. The first and better-known one is to start a litigation practice and hope to get elevated to the bench. The other option is to participate in the competitive process for the judicial services. 1.Course Duration-14 Months 2.Class Duration-3 Hours 3.Days (Weekly)-5 Days Weekly (Monday to Friday) 4.Test-Saturday 5.Demo Classes-3 Free Demo Classes 6.Batch Size-25 Delhi Judicial Service Examination Uttar Pradesh Judicial Service Rajasthan Judicial Service Haryana Judicial Service Syllabus Bihar Judicial Service Examination2018-01-09T15:59:16