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    National Law Universities (NLU) or National Law Schools are public law schools in India, founded pursuant to the second-generation reforms for legal education sought to be implemented by the India.

    The first NLU was the National Law School of India University (NLSIU), located at Bangalore, which admitted its first batch in 1988. Since then, most of the states in India have established an NLU. Currently there are 23 NLUs across the country. Since their inception, these law schools have continuously been ranked as India's most prestigious and premier law schools by various agencies and have been ranked amongst the best law schools globally by leading agencies like Quacquarelli Symonds (QS).

    In contrast with the existing pattern of legal education in India, the proposed autonomous law schools varied in structural design and in various other respects. Some of these can be identified through the characteristics they carry:

    Autonomous status of the law schools

    This implied that the law schools carried either a ‘deemed university’ or a ‘university’ status, which empowered them to grant their own degree and which was recognized by other institutions in terms of the University Grants Commission

    Intensive legal education

    These law schools were given autonomy to devise the imparting of the curriculum in a manner which would best suit the candidate’s ability to understand legal concepts and ability to appreciate various issues involved in legal setting and instil in them the merit and reasoning standards required for a high professional conduct. A standout feature of these institutions is that they are single subject universities where the main thrust of education is on law with other complementary social sciences

    National status of law schools

    These Schools are recognized by the university grants commission as “state universities” and are affiliated to the Bar Council of India. Each of these law schools were to be established under a specific legislation, to be passed by the State legislature of the Statedesirous of establishing a law school. In terms of these legislation, these law schools were required to establish and practice excellent and high standards, at par with other national level institutions imparting education in other wakes of social life. The conferment of national status also make admittance to these law schools at a prestigious choice and thus inviting meritorious students to get inclined to join legal profession.

    Involvement of legal luminaries

    To improve standards of legal education and ensure education imparted in these institutions met desired standards, the Bar Council of India involved various prestigious and talented individuals with these law schools. The most notable of these was the involvement of highly placed constitutional functionaries, such as the Chief Justice of Indiaor the Chief Justice of various High Courts as the “Visitors” and often “Chancellors” of these law schools, which implied a constant involvement and supervision of elite figures of legal profession in India with these law schools.

    Tycoon offers world-class training

    Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is a national level entrance exam conducted for admission to 21 prominent National Law Universities in India and other private universities. One who qualifies in CLAT- PG can seek admission in LLM programme. The CLAT exam is conducted once in a year by the National Law University (NLU) among the 21 members NLUs of the CLAT Committee. Tycoon offers world-class training to CLAT-PG aspirants who are presently studying LLB course/ Practising. The training and course material is designed by founders who are titans in their respective Professions. Tycoon CLAT-PG is a unique course in the entire India where two PhD holding Legal professionals are engaging themselves to teach and mentor CLAT -PG aspirants.

    Do not miss the chance to train under the top-notch professionals in India!

    Frequently Asked Question

    CLAT UG and CLAT PG are both the entrance for admission to LAW courses. CLAT stands for Common Law Admission Test. with CLAT UG you can get admission to undergraduate law courses- LLB or BA, LLB or even BBA, LLB. With CLAT PG you can get admission into the postgraduate law course i.e., LLM.

    An LLB Degree or an equivalent examination with a minimum of Fifty percent (50%) of marks or its equivalent grade in case of candidates belonging to General/OBC/PWD/NRI/PIO/OCI categories and Forty-Five percent (45%) of marks or its equivalent grade in case of candidates belonging to SC/ST categories.

    The following are the subjects for CLAT -PG


    1.Constitutional Law


    3.Administrative Law,

    4.Law of Contract,


    6.Family Law,

    7.Criminal Law,

    8.Property Law,

    9.Company Law,

    10.Public International Law,

    11.Tax Law,

    12.Environmental Law,

    13.Labour & Industrial Law.

    The pattern of CLAT LLM Exam

    A. The first section would include 100 objective-type questions carrying 1 mark each. There shall be a negative marking of 0.25 marks for every wrong answer.

    B. The second section would require candidates to write 2 descriptive essays.

    C. Candidates who secure 40% (35% in case of SC, ST, and PWD) marks in the objective section will qualify for the evaluation of their answers in the descriptive section.

    D. Maximum Marks: 150

    E. Duration of CLAT-2019 Exam: 02:00 Hours

    F. Multiple-Choice Questions: 100 questions of one mark each

    G. Subjective Questions: 50 Marks (Two Essay type questions each of 25 Marks, 800 words per essay) on the topics of law and contemporary issues.

    H. Negative Marking: 0.25 mark will be deducted for each wrong answer.

    After completing your LLM degree, you can take legal positions as a vigilance officer in various PSUs like ONGC, IOCL, BHEL, NTPC, etc. PSUs also provide lucrative pay scales, accommodation, and amazing other incentives. The selection process for PSU via CLAT will include three stages: Shortlisting of Students

    PSUs are commercial enterprises with tens of thousands of employees and a diverse range of economic interests across the country. A competent legal staff, as well as capable administrators and other professionals from diverse fields, is required to govern such a large organisation worth crore of rupees. Members of these PSUs’ legal teams are recruited based on their CLAT 2021 merit rank; shortlisted candidates may additionally be subjected to personal interviews as part of the selection process. CLAT is used by PSUs to recruit Law Officers, Legal Advisors, and Legal Executives. For PSU selection, only the current year’s CLAT LLM score is accepted.


    According to the present trend, approximately six public sector organisations (PSUs) express interest in hiring persons based on CLAT scores each year. Legal advisor posts are advertised by PSUs, and CLAT results are used to choose candidates for these positions. Here’s how public-sector utilities operate:


    1. Candidates must apply for open vacancies in each PSU separately, following which the organisations will release their merit list based on CLAT LLM exam scores.
    2. Candidates in the top 50 are usually contacted. So, stay alert; getting an NLU is simple, but getting a call letter from a PSU is difficult.
    3. Each PSU will have its unique qualifying standards; candidates should read each PSUs notification to learn about the prerequisites that must be met before applying for legal adviser positions. (Some PSUs require experience, while others do not.)
    4. The CLAT selection process for executive legal trainees in PSUs will be based on the test takers’ scores.
    5. Candidates will be invited in for subsequent selection phases, which include an interview and a group discussion procedure, based on their CLAT scores. Furthermore, candidates should be aware that while some PSUs accept last year’s CLAT score, others may not; as a result, candidates should examine each PSUs selection procedure.


    The grand total number of LLM seats (PG Law Courses) is 852.

    There is no upper age limit for taking CLAT 2023, according to the authorities. The exam is open to candidates of any age.

    The grand total number of LLM seats (PG Law Courses) is 852.