The continuous extensions in the exam dates during lockdown is a boon for students. DR KANU PRIYA tells you how aspirants can make the best use of this extra time and ace the exam
The outbreak of COVID-19 has drastically changed everything around us. Social distancing is the norm now and there would definitely be a new normal. Looking at the positive side, we now have a world that is safe and healthier and in a much better prepared to deal with — if something like this ever re-ignites. Digital is the future post-COVID-19. What would have happened in a decade in terms of advancement of technology, may now happen in two years because technology has taken over our lives completely in such a short duration. The education sector is also seen coping up well with the change and the sudden lockdown. This is the time to re-think and re-define the ways to educate Generation Z, Alpha and beyond.
Law is one of the popular career choices in our country from a very long time especially for those whose families have been into this profession for generations but this ideology is changing and those who do not have a family of lawyers are opting for law because of the wide career option gates that law has opened. The diverse career options that a law degree offers are unmatched by any other professional degree. The National Law Universities have brought in a considerable change in the preference of the people and intriguing students to pursue the career.
Furthermore, the Bar Council of India, not only regulates legal education but also legal practice in the country and a higher degree in law is recognised by the University Grant Commission (UGC). There are many Law Colleges in Delhi NCR recognised by the Bar Council of India offering five years integrated BA LLB/BBA LLB/BSc LLB/BCom LLB. A candidate can start preparing for the entrance exam either in Class XI or Class XII. Students aspiring to pursue law from National Law Schools have to appear for CLAT (Combined Law Admission Test), to be held on June […]