SCHOOL OF LEGAL STUDIES “CLAT REVISION CLASSES- CUM- INDUCTION PROGRAMME”





SCHOOL OF LEGAL STUDIES “CLAT REVISION CLASSES- CUM- INDUCTION PROGRAMME”

05-13 June 2020
Gurugram


School of Legal Studies (SOLS) organised a seven days CLAT revision -cum- Induction programme from 05th June 2020 to 13th June 2020 via MS Teams App. The programme was attended by Students who are preparing for CLAT/ AILET/any other UG Law entrance exam, Students who want to pursue law courses but who have not applied for any of the above-mentioned exams, anyone who has taken or is willing to take admission in any of the UG courses offered by SOLS.

The first day started with the orientation session by the School Coordinator, Dr. Kaveri Sharma, where she discussed the fundamental features of choosing law as a profession. In her session she quoted that students opting for law courses after school, are not much aware about the importance of law, the career options available, the eligibility or the basic difference between the various integrated programmes.

It was followed by 2 hours session per day focussing on CLAT/AILET revision. Dr Inderpreet and Ms. Palki faculty members of SOLS took the classes and discussed the basic statutory provisions of the Indian Constitution, Indian Penal Code, Law of Torts, Indian Contract Act. In addition, legal maxims were also discussed with the students on which many of the legal provisions are based. The sessions were also conducted on legal reasoning classes, sessions for Mathematics, Logical reasoning and General Knowledge were also held.

On the last day of the programme, a session with SOLS alumni was held wherein the students from both 5-year integrated law programme and 3-year LLB programme interacted with the law aspirants and shared their experiences and the do’s and don’ts which they must keep in their mind while pursuing a law degree. The session ended with an interactive session of the School Coordinator with the participantsas well as their parents where all the doubts related to legal education were cleared.