Law education as a stepping stone for great career options!

A career in law is a rewarding experience both in terms of financial benefits and the sense of fulfilment in helping the citizens of the society, by making them aware and understanding about basic human rights it gives.

Apart from Litigation, students after their law education can foray into variety of professions such as :

Journalism Teaching Content Wroter or a LAW Blogger
Legal Relation and Policy Analyst Entrepreneur Goverment Service
Legal Outsourcing Indian Army Public Service and Administration

Law Education after High School:

Integrated LLB: It is primarily a 5 year integrated course in Law. It is in combination with either Arts, science or commerce Stream with. LLB, on the other hand, is a 3 year simple Bachelor of Laws program which you can pursue after you have completed your graduation in the field of study you prefer.

Course BA LLb BSc LLB Bcom LLB
Duration 5 Year 5 Year 5 Year
Duration Arts Stream Science Stream Commerce Stream

after you have completed your graduation in the field of study you prefer.

Benefits of Studying Integrated Law Programme

  • The 5-years integrated model envisages integration of two primary streams, one being law and the other stream could be Arts, Management, Science or Commerce
  • interdisciplinary course curriculum and development of diverse future-ready competencies
  • Saving of one crucial year of the aspirant, Since LLB (3 years program) done after graduation (3 years degree), consumes total 6 years to get law degree, as compared to 5 years in case of an integrated law degree program after your 12th standard.

You could study law after 12th by taking admission in the 5-year integrated Law programs, viz, BA LL.B, BBA LL.B and B.Com LL.B. Admission to these under-graduate law courses is generally made on the basis of entrance exams such as national-level Common Law Admission Test (CLAT), or, Law School Admission Test (LSAT), or, other university/college specific entrance test/criteria, in addition to recognizing CLAT and LSAT scores for admission purposes

About CLAT

Major Competitive Examination in India

Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) CLAT is an all India entrance examination conducted on rotation by18 national law universities (NLUs) for admissions to their undergraduate and post graduate degree programmes (LL.B & LL.M)
All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) AILET - All India Law Entrance Test is an exam conducted exclusively for National Law University (NLU) Delhi BA-LLB, LLM, Ph.D Admissions
LSAT India- Law School Admission Test Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is a standardized test of reading and verbal reasoning skills conducted four times every year specially designed for LLB and LLM admissions. LAT scores are accepted by top institutes like Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law, IIT Kharagpur Law School, Galgotia University Law School, The Jindal Global Law School, UPES Dehradun, SRM University, Amity Law School and many more..
Delhi University Law Entrance Exam Delhi University Law Entrance Test is conducted by Delhi University for admissions to various law programs run by the Faculty of Law Department of Delhi university for PG admissions to LLB and LLM
Symbiosis Entrance Test (SET) Symbiosis Entrance Test (SET) is a common written entrance test for Under Graduate law admissions into Symbiosis Law school, situated in Pune and Noida

About CLAT

Exam name Common Law Admission Test (CLAT)
Conducting body Consortium of NLUs (aka the CLAT Consortium)
Exam frequency Twice a Year
-CLAT 2022 will be conducted on May 8, 2022
-CLAT 2023 will be conducted on December 18, 2022
Exam mode Pen and Paper exam
Exam duration 2 hours
Number of applications 70,277 (2021)
Number of test takers 62,106 (2021)
Number of seats UG courses- 3,012 (2021)
Accepting colleges There are 22 members NLUs of the consortium that accepts CLAT scores for admission to 5 year LLB and LLM courses
In addition, there are 61 affiliates, which are private universities that have signed MOUs with the consortium to use CLAT scores.

Subjects and Exam Pattern

English including Comprehension 28-32 20%
General Knowledge and Current Affairs 35-39 25%
Legal Reasoning 35-39 25%
Logical Reasoning 28-32 20%
Quantitative Techniques 13-17 10%
  • Total Questions : 150
  • 1 Marks –each question.
  • Each wrong answer carries -.25 marks

Cut-off Marks: for CLAT 2021

  • Cut-off : for top 3 NLU – 150 (CLAT 2021)
  • For others: 130-150 (CLAT 2021

CLAT Exam Pattern

  • Passage-based questions - The question paper, not including the Quantitative Techniques section, will have passages of 300-400 words each. Questions will be asked from these passages.
  • Quantitative section: Instead of passages, this section will have questions based on "short sets of facts or propositions, graphs, or other textual, pictorial, or diagrammatic representations of numerical information."
  • Standard of questions: The undergraduate exam will be of 10+2 standard.
  • Skills tested - The paper will test the candidate on a number of parameters, including their ability to read, think critically, and do analytical thinking.
  • Total number of questions and marking scheme - CLAT UG will have 150 objective-type questions, while LLM paper will have 120 questions. Each question will be of one mark, while for an incorrect answer, 0.25 marks will be deducted

Comparison of major Examinations:

  • of two primary streams, one being law and the other stream could be Arts, Management, Science or Commerce
  • interdisciplinary course curriculum and development of diverse future-ready competencies
  • Saving of one crucial year of the aspirant, Since LLB (3 years program) done after graduation (3 years degree), consumes total 6
Duration 2 Hours (120 Minutes) 1 Hour 30 Minutes 2 Hours 20 Minutes
Mode of Exam Online Mode Paper Pencil Mode Paper Pencil Mode
Level of Entrance UG & PG UG UG & PG
Number of Questions CLAT UG- 150 Questions
CLAT PG- 102 Questions
150 Questions 92-100
Exam Sections


• English Language

• Legal Reasoning

• Current Affairs, Including

General Knowledge

• Logical Reasoning

• Quantitative Techniques


• Constitutional Law

• Other Law subjects

Objective Type MCQ's (100 Questions)

• General Knowledge

• Numerical Ability

• Legal Aptitude

• Logical Reasoning

• Analytical Reasoning (24 to 25 Questions)

• 1st Logical Reasoning (24 to 25 questions)

• 2nd Logical Reasoning (24 to 25 questions)

• Reading Comprehension (24 to 25 questions)

CLAT Coaching Module

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CLAT : Program Features

Features Crack CLAT 1 Year Regular Master CLAT 2 Year Regular Course
Target CLAT Year Target CLAT 2023(scheduled for Dec 2022) Target CLAT 2024
Suitable for students Student entering 12th class on 2022 Student entering 11th class on 2022
Classroom Study Hours (Total) 300 420
Topic Test 6 76
Module Test & Discussion 40 71
Doubt/Revision Sessions 45 66
Mock Test( Nos.)  + Discussions ( hours ) 30 50
Total Dedicated Hours 506 733
Class schedule Weekdays/Weekend Classes Weekdays/Weekend Classes
Classes Mode Hybrid Mode Hybrid Mode
Batch Starting From February 2022 May-June 2022



“Work smart, not just hard!”

Be smart, carefully workout weightage for different topics (note: all topics do not carry equal weightage). Realising this and evolving a strategy that will help ensure high scores.

Distinguished Faculty at AICE: The head of each department is a senior member of the academic world with core expertise and decades of experience in the respective fields

Unique teaching methodology: At AICE, our aim is to maximise the potential of an average student through the comprehensive training for exam-oriented course curriculum. The unique learning methodology coupled with a practical competitive exam-based skill building strategy makes learning interesting at AICE.

Counselling by Experts: Expert counselling sessions are arranged to help students make the most crucial decisions of their lives. The expert counselling sessions are addressed by the senior members of the academic world with core expertise and decades of experience in their respective fields.

Comprehensive study material: It is prepared by a team of highly educated, experienced & dedicated academicians with proven track record & ability. The subject matter is precise, crisp & clear. The entire material is specially designed by our experts and faculties at AICE to develop an in-depth understanding of the subjects.

Individual attention: Students are given sufficient individual time to interact freely with the faculty. Each and every problem by the students is systematically explained till they are satisfied. No room for confusion is left as the queries are promptly answered.

Doubt clearing sessions: Each test is followed by a discussion, which includes a doubt clearing & technique imparting session. The student is facilitated by teachers for individual interaction related to clearing of the doubts.

Comprehensive worksheets: Additional questions given to the students are in the form of worksheets, based on the topics covered in the classes. The worksheets are provided more effectively on regular basis to help students grasp the concepts.

Regular Parents Interaction: AICE understands the value of the parents’ interaction with the teaching faculty and management. We at AICE keep in mind that Parents are regularly updated about the progress of their child and keep organising interactive sessions not only with the child but also with the parents at regular intervals.