Subscribe to this list via RSS Blog posts tagged in clat
CLAT 2015 Organizing Committee has openly and brashly refused to accept the most obvious errors in the Question Paper for one simple reason – they know from experience that human beings, including the youth, are by nature laid-back and lazy. They know they can count upon this laziness of today’s youth – which will never go beyond a few sporadic expressions of their frustration scattered over Facebook and Twitter. If even a handful of ‘law’ aspirants this year truly have the fire in their belly to fight against injustice, and prove the CLAT organizers wrong, this is their moment of opportunity. Sit on a ‘Dharna’ in your City The world’s largest fires begin with the burning of a single match-stick....
Continue reading
Recent comment in this post - Show all comments
  • justiceforclatapplicants2015
    justiceforclatapplicants2015 says #
    It is fine to exhort a young student cheated out of a place in a national law schools to sit on dharna.Will someone also plead wit
CLATastrophe- HOW MUCH DOES YOUR EGO COST? The year 2015 will always be remembered as the one when Indian exams suffered a huge blow to their credibility. From PU results to AIPMT, JEE and CLAT, there is a general consensus among students that if you can go abroad even for UG then forget patriotism, just flee.  The Common Law Admission Test is one such exam, notorious for its botch ups (2012, 2014 and now 2015) which go largely unchecked. Yet, given how law is increasingly becoming a sought after profession in India with a record 39772 aspirants this year it was reasonable to hope that the online CLAT 2015 would go by without a hitch.  However the convener, RML NLU- Lucknow...
Continue reading
Recent comment in this post - Show all comments
  • Tejaswa Mishra
    Tejaswa Mishra says #
    A country can never progress under such pathetic circumstances. India accounts for nothing among the best in the world, and to be
The reviews for Calcutta Chronicles' were not only unexpected - they were elating and above all humbling - I always thought of myself as someone who could draw sad faces better than happy ones (I actually can!). So for my readers (at least the 400 of them who seem to have read the previous one - and for the others - Justice Sen, Protik Da, Sourav Sengupta, Shumi, Shomdeep Ghosh, Abhijan, Dippy Ghosh and all of them who took their precious time out to comment and encourage) here is a list of my other writings that I have written over the last two years, which might just help or even make you happier. With Love, Subhro Sengupta (and forgive them for...
Continue reading
This blog is with respect to a question that baffles many a law aspirants. Each year thousands of students give the CLAT and AILET exams. Even though CLAT has 12 colleges under its ambit, it all comes down to Bangalore and Hyderabad. Every appearing candidate hopes to make it through these two colleges. These colleges help you get a handsome package, they say. Others say that the faculty is at par with Oxford. But hey, there is NLU-D too, the candidate asks. "NLU-D? It isnt tested beta." pat comes the reply. NLU-D, established in 2007 is a toddler whereas NLSIU has already reached its 20's. The former is full of hopes, while the latter is tried and tested. NLU-D has a...
Continue reading
Recent comment in this post - Show all comments
  • ULNG
    ULNG says #
    Last sentence of the blog s fair and true
This poem is a modification of my favorite poem by Alfred Lord Tennyson ‘Charge of the Light Brigade’.After CLAT 2011,I thought this was apt and finally got the time to modify it today.Hope you all enjoy it! Half a league, half a league, Half a league onwardAll in the valley of CLAT Rode the twenty four thousand.‘Forward, the Law Brigade! Charge for the comprehension!’ he said: Into the valley of CLAT Rode the twenty four thousand. ‘Forward the Law Brigade!’ Was there a student dismay’d? Not tho’ NUJS knew Someone had blunder’d: Their’s not to argue why, Their’s not to raise a cry, Into the valley of death Rode the twenty four thousand. Logic to right of them,Legal to left of...
Continue reading
Recent comment in this post - Show all comments
  • Ashish0205
    Ashish0205 says #
    Nice Poem.........but many lines were explicit to me.!

0-minute read
Now when CLAT 2011 is finally over and so does exam of other prestigious law school. It is high times one should make his/her mind clear on which law school to go for. Apparently CLAT this year has introduced centralized counseling system i.e., students them self have a say in choosing their Alma mater according to their performance. We therefore make sure you don’t miss the best for yourself. Underneath are the Top Law School Rankings, which certainly is not arbitrary as those published in weekly magazines.[..Read more]...
Continue reading
Recent comment in this post - Show all comments
  • says #
    surprised....!!! there is no delhi university ?
  So, you made it to Gujarat National Law University (GNLU) ? Or thinking of joining it next year ?   Well there are a lot of things (good/bad) that you might have heard about it. All the NLU's have merits and demerits. All the non-NLU colleges will detest the NLU's (generally) for one reason or the other and the NLU's will always think that they are better, in more ways than one.  GNLU is no different. It will complete 7 years this July. It has definitely grown from strength to strength but has it grown enough ? I will definitely not tell you the rank of GNLU amoung the NLUs. One very big reason for that is that I don't...
Continue reading
Recent comment in this post - Show all comments
  • ANNI
    ANNI says #
    the hostel rooms have bathrooms inside the room or its common?? plz ans soon & what was the cut off GNLU last year..? how is the p
NoNal Nagar, Madhya Pradesh A 17 year old young lad who was seen jumping on a road crying “Yay! I am a NALSAR-ian” has been put in a mental asylum after a good citizen, Niak Zang saved him from a being lynched by a mob. Naik Zang is a citizen of UK. It is believed that people of the region who nearly lynched the boy consider Nal Sur, as the three headed demon who has according to the legend  is responsible for the water scarcity in the village. Nal in Hindi means a ‘Tap’ and ‘Sur’ means a ‘Demon’ The 17 year old boy, identified as Nikhil Gupta from Delhi had taken CLAT (common law admission test) and had got an...
Continue reading
Recent comment in this post - Show all comments
  • says #
    NALSAR is a world class institution.... It more that NLSIU
aThe times when news channels are taking interview of IIT topper and newspapers flooded with coaching centres advertisment claiming the first ranker, parents of CLAT ( Common Law Admission Test !! , if you dont know ) topper were telling their neighbours " you know there is an exam called CLAT and my daughter has topped it". The reaction from other side was " oh she didn't get into engineering !! " . Unfortunately legal education in India has always been neglected post independence, thanks to Mr Nehru. Cancellation of BAR exam in 1961 further detioriated the legal proffession in India. It was a perception that only those students opted law who could not get admission in other courses. Even...
Continue reading
Recent comment in this post - Show all comments
  • amritansh
    amritansh says #
    well its noticeable tht are ;less employed thn lawyers ..

Latest comments