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As per the National Portal of India, “The Constitution of India guarantees protection of life and personal liberty to one and all. It provides adequate safeguards to fundamental rights against arbitrary decisions”. To ensure that each individual is protected against all sorts of crime, the Constitution of India has established a set of rules and regulations, which made the Legal system of India, take birth.
It takes people to keep the system alive, and therefore, aspiring candidates who wish to serve the country as lawyers try their luck at various entrance exams at Graduate and Post-graduate levels. A few of these exams are listed below:
The CLAT is an All-India entrance exam which is conducted by one of the 18 National Law Universities (NLUs) all over India. These exams are held for under-graduation and post-graduation degrees.
The AILET is conducted by the National Law University of Delhi. The exam is conducted annually to admit students to the five-year integrated BA. LL.B programme. A number of students aspire every year to crack this exam to enter the prestigious National Law University of Delhi, the one of its kind in India.
The Army Institute of Law conducts the AIL Entrance Test every year to admit students to its five years integrated BA. LL.B and one year LLM courses.
The Faculty of Law, Delhi University conducts the Law Entrance Exam every year to induct students for its LLB and LLM courses. The exams are usually held in June and the admission process takes about 5 months to complete, with the courses starting in mid-August.
The JMI BA LLB exam is conducted by the Faculty of Law, Jamia Milia Islamia University every year to admit students for their five-year integrated law programme (Undergraduate). The examination is conducted to admit 120 students.
The Symbiosis Law Schools, which are a part of the Symbiosis University, Pune, conduct the SET to admit 60 students for their three-year undergraduate and approximately 300 students for their five-year integrated LLB programme every year for their campuses in Noida and Pune.
LSAT is an entrance exam that is designed to check the abilities of a person aspiring to become a lawyer. It is an internationally accepted exam and is especially taken by students who wish to study in various law schools in the United States of America or Canada and various other countries. This score is also accepted by Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law, IIT Kharagpur Law School, Amity Law School to name a few.
This is not an entrance exam but an exam conducted by the Bar Council of India to test an advocate’s ability to practice the profession of Law. Once the lawyer clears this exam, s/he is awarded the “Certificate of Practice” by the Bar Council of India.