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CLAT PG (LLM) 2025- The Ultimate Preparation Course

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About Course

Given the evolving landscape of the legal profession, an LLM is now a necessity rather than an option. Pursuing an LLM not only qualifies you for exams like the UGC NET but also allows you to specialize in a legal field that excites you, unlocking new career opportunities. With PSUs directly recruiting through CLAT PG scores and prestigious law universities expanding, clearing the LLM examination can significantly shape your career. Don’t miss this opportunity—enroll now!

Syllabus Overview

The CLAT PG 2025 syllabus focuses on the core areas of law that are crucial for postgraduate legal studies. The syllabus is divided into several modules, each covering different subjects and topics. The key areas include:

  1. Constitutional Law
  2. Jurisprudence
  3. Administrative Law
  4. Law of Contracts
  5. Law of Torts
  6. Criminal Law
  7. International Law
  8. Intellectual Property Law
  9. Miscellaneous Subjects (Family Law, Environmental Law, etc.)

Batch Start Date: 20th June, 2024
Class Timings: 7:30 to 9 pm (1.5 hours)

Class Schedule and Breakdown

Total Classes: 72

Each week will have 3 classes, spanning over 24 weeks. Here’s a detailed breakdown of the classes per module:

Module 1: Introduction and Overview

  • Week 1: 3 Classes
    • Class 1: Understanding CLAT PG 2025
    • Class 2: Overview of the Exam Pattern and Scoring
    • Class 3: Setting Up a Study Plan

Module 2: Constitutional Law

  • Weeks 2-4: 9 Classes
    • Classes 4-6: Core Concepts of Constitutional Law (Basic Structure, Amendments, Fundamental Rights, Duties, Directive Principles)
    • Classes 7-9: Advanced Topics in Constitutional Law (Landmark Judgments, Recent Developments)

Module 3: Jurisprudence

  • Weeks 5-6: 6 Classes
    • Classes 10-12: Basic Concepts in Jurisprudence (Schools of Jurisprudence, Legal Theories)
    • Classes 13-15: Advanced Jurisprudence (Analytical, Historical, Sociological Jurisprudence, Critical Legal Studies)

Module 4: Administrative Law

  • Weeks 7-8: 6 Classes
    • Classes 16-18: Principles of Administrative Law, Delegated Legislation
    • Classes 19-21: Administrative Tribunals, Judicial Review of Administrative Action

Module 5: Law of Contracts

  • Weeks 9-10: 6 Classes
    • Classes 22-24: Formation, Performance, and Discharge of Contracts
    • Classes 25-27: Remedies for Breach of Contract, Specific Contracts (Indemnity, Guarantee, Agency)

Module 6: Law of Torts

  • Weeks 11-13: 9 Classes
    • Classes 28-30: General Principles of Tort Liability
    • Classes 31-33: Specific Torts (Negligence, Nuisance, Defamation)
    • Classes 34-36: Advanced Tort Law (Consumer Protection Act, Motor Vehicles Act)

Module 7: Criminal Law

  • Weeks 14-16: 9 Classes
    • Classes 37-39: General Principles of Criminal Law, IPC Key Sections
    • Classes 40-42: Advanced Criminal Law (Recent Amendments, Landmark Judgments)

Module 8: International Law

  • Weeks 17-19: 9 Classes
    • Classes 43-45: Introduction to International Law (Sources, Subjects, Treaties)
    • Classes 46-48: Advanced International Law (Human Rights, Humanitarian Law)

Module 9: Intellectual Property Law

  • Weeks 20-21: 6 Classes
    • Classes 49-51: Basics of Intellectual Property Law (Types, Registration, Enforcement)
    • Classes 52-54: Advanced IP Law (Landmark Cases, Recent Trends)

Module 10: Miscellaneous Subjects

  • Week 22-23: 6 Classes
    • Classes 55-57: Family Law (Marriage, Divorce, Maintenance, Succession)
    • Classes 58-60: Environmental Law (Key Legislation, Important Case Laws)

Module 11: Revision and Mock Tests

  • Week 24: 3 Classes
    • Classes 61-63: Comprehensive Revision
    • Classes 64-66: Full-Length Mock Tests
    • Classes 67-69: Analysis of Mock Test Results
    • Classes 70-72: Last-Minute Tips and Strategies

Study Materials and Resources

  • Core textbooks and supplementary readings for each subject.
  • Compilation of recent landmark judgments.
  • Access to CLAT PG previous year papers and sample questions.
  • Daily Practice Questions & Peer Group access
  • Subject-Wise Mock Tests
  • Weekly quizzes and assignments to reinforce learning.

Enrollment Information

To enroll in this comprehensive preparation course for CLAT PG 2025, please visit our website or contact our admissions office. Early enrollment is recommended to gain access to preparatory materials and resources ahead of time.

This detailed syllabus and class schedule is designed to provide a structured and thorough preparation for the CLAT PG 2025 exam, ensuring you are well-equipped to succeed.

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