UGC NET (Law) Paper 1 and 2 Combined Preparation Course it includes Subject Wise Test Series, 5 full Fledged Mock test starting on 15th February 2024
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UGC NET (Law) Paper 1 and 2 Combined Preparation Course for June 2024

"Unlock Success with Comprehensive UGC NET (Law) Paper 1 and 2 Preparation - Master Subjects, Ace Tests!"

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  • 40+Subject-wise test series
  • Paper 1 and Paper 2 (Law) Notes
  • 100+ Interactive Live Classes
  • 5 full-fledged mock tests

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About LegalStix Law School

LegalStix Law School offers top-tier UGC NET JRF Exam preparation, led by a team of seasoned lawyers, judges, and legal scholars. Our faculty provides comprehensive coverage of the curriculum, blending practical insights with academic rigor. Our user-friendly online platform prioritizes flexibility, enabling students to access courses at their convenience, while personalized support ensures they receive guidance tailored to their needs. Join us at LegalStix to benefit from a holistic approach that equips you for success in the UGC NET JRF Exam.

Course Description:

This 6-month UGC NET (Law) Paper 1 and 2 Combined Preparation Course is meticulously crafted to empower aspirants with comprehensive knowledge and effective strategies to excel in the UGC NET exam in the field of Law. Tailored to meet the specific requirements of the exam, the course integrates subject-wise test series, detailed study notes, interactive live classes, and full-fledged mock tests to ensure a thorough and well-rounded preparation experience.

About Faculty Teaching UGC NET/JRF Course

  1. Mr. Sanjeev Ghanghash: BALLB, LLM, PG Diploma in Medical Law, UGC NET 2020, PhD. (Pursuing)
  2. Ms. Akansha Vajpayee: BALLB, LLM, UGC NET 2021, Ph.D. Pursuing
  3. Mr. Kasif Khan: BALLB, LLM UGC NET/JRF (TWICE), Ph.D. Pursuing
  4.  Ms. Aditi Vinod Arya: Founder of Learning to Learn Youtube Channel, Faculty for Paper 1, UGC NET / JRF 

Course Details: 

This is a 6 Month course which is going to start on 15th February 2024, The Time of the class shall be shared 24 Hours before the scheduled Course

Course Structure:

Paper I: Teaching and Research Aptitude

Paper I is a common paper for all UGC NET aspirants and aims to assess candidates' teaching and research aptitude. It consists of 50 multiple-choice questions and carries a total of 100 marks. The duration of the exam is 3 hours, and there is no negative marking.

The topics covered in Paper I include:

  • Teaching Aptitude: Concepts, objectives, levels of teaching, learner's characteristics, and teaching support system.
  • Research Aptitude: Research methods, thesis and article writing, research ethics, and ICT in research.
  • Comprehension: Passage-based questions to test reading comprehension skills.
  • Communication: Principles of effective communication, barriers to communication, and mass media.
  • Mathematical Reasoning and Aptitude: Reasoning, number series, and mathematical aptitude.
  • Logical Reasoning: Understanding arguments, analogies, Venn diagrams, and Indian logic.
  • Data Interpretation: Sources and interpretation of quantitative and qualitative data.
  • Information and Communication Technology (ICT): Basics of the internet, digital initiatives in higher education, and ICT in governance.
  • People, Development, and Environment: Development and environment, environmental issues, and natural and energy resources.
  • Higher Education System: Institutions of higher learning, value education, and policies, governance, and administration.

Paper II: Subject-Specific Questions

Paper II focuses on the subject-specific knowledge of the candidates. It consists of 100 multiple-choice questions, carrying a total of 200 marks. The duration of the exam is 3 hours, and there is no negative marking.

The syllabus for Paper II of the UGC NET Law exam covers the following topics:

  1. Jurisprudence: Nature and sources of law, schools of jurisprudence, law and morality, concept of rights and duties, legal personality, and more.
  2. Constitutional and Administrative Law: Preamble, fundamental rights and duties, directive principles of state policy, union and state executives and legislatures, judiciary, and administrative law.
  3. Public International Law and IHL: International law, sources of international law, recognition of states and governments, United Nations, settlement of international disputes, and international humanitarian law.
  4. Law of Crimes: General principles of criminal liability, stages of crime, inchoate crimes, offences against the human body, offences against property, and drug trafficking.
  5. Law of Torts and Consumer Protection: Nature and definition of tort, tortious liability, specific torts, strict and absolute liability, Consumer Protection Act, and the Motor Vehicles Act.
  6. Commercial Law: Essential elements of contract, breach of contract, specific contracts, sale of goods, partnership, negotiable instruments, and company law.
  7. Family Law: Marriage and dissolution of marriage, matrimonial remedies, changing dimensions of marriage, adoption and guardianship, succession and inheritance, and uniform civil code.
  8. Environment and Human Rights Law: Meaning and concept of environment, international environmental law, constitutional and legal framework for environmental protection, human rights, and information technology law.
  9. Intellectual Property Rights and Information Technology Law: Concept of intellectual property, international conventions, copyright and neighbouring rights, law of patents and trademarks, protection of geographical indications, and information technology law.
  10. Comparative Public Law and Systems of Governance: Comparative law, forms of government, models of federalism, rule of law, separation of powers, independence of judiciary, and open government.

In this course, All the Topics Paper 1 and Paper 2 will be covered in detail. 

Eligibilty:

To be eligible for the UGC NET Law 2024 exam, candidates must fulfill certain criteria related to their educational qualification, age, and relaxation for reserved categories.

  1. Educational Qualification: Candidates should have completed their Master's degree in Law (LLM) from a recognized university or institute with a minimum aggregate of 55% marks (50% for candidates belonging to reserved categories).
  2. Age Limit: There is no upper age limit to apply for the UGC NET Law exam. However, for candidates applying for the Junior Research Fellowship (JRF), the maximum age limit is 30 years (relaxation for reserved categories and candidates with a Ph.D. degree).
  3. Relaxation for Reserved Categories: Candidates belonging to reserved categories such as SC/ST/OBC/PWD/Transgender are eligible for relaxation in terms of the qualifying marks and age limit as per the government rules and regulations.

What You'll Learn:

  • In-depth knowledge of Paper 1 and Paper 2 (Law) syllabus.
  • Effective exam strategies and time management techniques.
  • Enhanced understanding of key legal concepts and principles.
  • Practical application of legal reasoning and problem-solving skills.

Key Highlights:

  1. 40+ Subject-wise Test Series: Dive deep into each subject with our comprehensive subject-wise test series, designed to evaluate and enhance your understanding of key concepts.
  2. Paper 1 and Paper 2 (Law) Notes: Access detailed and well-organized study notes for both Paper 1 and Paper 2, providing you with a solid foundation and aiding in effective revision.
  3. 100+ Interactive Live Classes: Engage in over 100 live classes led by experienced instructors, fostering an interactive learning environment and addressing queries in real-time.
  4. 5 Full-fledged Mock Tests: Simulate the actual exam scenario with five full-length mock tests, allowing you to assess your preparation, identify areas of improvement, and fine-tune your exam strategy.
  5. Course Commencement: The course kicks off on 15th February 2024, providing ample time for aspirants to delve into the study material, attend live classes, and undertake mock tests for a well-rounded preparation.

Refund Policy:

We understand that choosing the right course is crucial for your success. If, for any reason, you are dissatisfied with our classes within the first two weeks of the course commencement, we offer a 100% refund. Please refer to the terms and conditions for details regarding the refund policy.

Note: Terms and conditions apply to the refund policy, and it is applicable only within the specified time frame mentioned above

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