TS LAWCET Syllabus 2017:
Candidates, who are in plans to apply for the TS LAWCET Exam, has to concentrate on the TS LAWCET Syllabus too so that they can gain best ranks. Like every year this year also Kakatiya University is all set to organize Telangana State Law Common Entrance Test and Telangana PGLCET for the candidates to get admission into UG/PG Law Courses which are offered by Telangana State numerous law colleges. Interested aspirants can download the TS LAWCET Syllabus PDF from the official site or careersplus site too. Other details such as Application Fee, Exam Date, and other courses can be grabbed from the official website.
TS Lawcet Details:
|Name of Board||Telangana State Council of Higher Education (T SCHE)|
|Exam Name||Law Common Entrance Test (LAWCET)|
|Examination Date||27th May 2017|
Download Now – TS LAWCET 2017 Notification
TS LAWCET Syllabus:
Candidates should concentrate on the Telangana State Law Common Entrance Test Syllabus which includes:
- General Knowledge
- Mental Ability
- Current Affairs
- Aptitude for Study of Law
- Indian History
- Indian Constitution
- Indian Culture & Heritage
- Indian Polity
- Current Affairs – National & International
- Economy etc
- Complex Arrangements
- Coding and Decoding
- Non-Verbal Series
- Direction and Distances
- Linear Arrangements
- Blood Relationships
- Routes & Networks
- Verbal Series
- Alphabet Test
- Symbols and Notations
- Data Interpretation Test
- Data Sufficiency Test
- Problems Based on Symmetry
- Ordering & Sequencing
- Problems Based on Visual Ability
- Analytical Reasoning
|Section||No. of Questions||Total Marks|
|General Knowledge and Mental Ability (Part – A)||30||30|
|Current Affairs (Part – B)||30||30|
|Aptitude for the study of Law (Part – C)||60||60|
- Applicants who are going to appear for the TS LAWCET Exams should note that the question paper will be available in English and Telugu languages.
- The examination will be conducted in 90 minutes with 120 objective type questions.
- Coming to the type of the question paper sections it has General Knowledge, Mental Ability, Aptitude and Current Affairs for the Law Students.
- It is to be mentioned that there will be no negative marking for the wrong questions in the exam.
- Candidates who had completed their Intermediate should appear for 5 years Law course while it is 3 years for the Degree passed candidates.
TS PGLCET Syllabus:
Candidates who are appearing for the TS LAWCET Examinations should have an eye on the Telangana State LLM Syllabus which has been divided into two parts. Have a look on the below mentioned details to get clear idea.
The Syllabus is divided into Part-I and Part-II.
The Part-I consists of
Jurisprudence, which has the following sub headings:
- Schools of Jurisprudence: Sources of Law
- Custom Precedent /Legislation
- Rights and duties: Ownership and Possession
- Person’s, Liability, Property, Obligation, Legal Sanctions
Constitutional Law, with
- Nature of the Constitution: Fundamental Rights
- State Policy Directive Principles
- Executive Judiciary and Legislature
- Center-State Relations
- Emergency provisions and
- Amendments to the constitution
Part-II consists of
Public International Law:
- International Law and Municipal Law
- Subjects, Air, State Territory, outer space and Sea.
- Nationality and Statelessness
- State Jurisdiction
- United Nations
Mercantile Law, with subheadings as
- General Principles of Contract.
- Sections. 1-75
- Indian Contract Act-1872
Trade Union Act 1926 Industrial Disputes Act 1947
- Indian Penal Code-General Principles & General Exceptions
- TORTS, General Principles of Tort
- State liability for torts: Consumer Protection Act, 1986
- Joint liability
IPR and Other Laws:
- Copy right Act 1957: Patents Act 1970
- Environmental Protection Act 1986
- The Protection of Human Rights Act, 1993: Human Rights
- Salient features of Information Technology Act, 2000
- The Right to Information Act 2005
Examination Pattern for LL.M:
- It is the single Entrance Test which is conducted to select the candidates for the LL. M.
- Duration of the test is 90 minutes with 120 questions and each question contains one mark.
- There is no negative marking in the Entrance test.
|Notification release||15th March 2017|
|Online application starts||18th March 2017|
|Last date to submit application (without late fee)||18th April 2017|
|Last date to submit application (with Rs. 250 late fee)||28th April 2017|
|Last date to submit application (with Rs. 500 late fee)||6th May 2017|
|Last date to submit application (with Rs. 1000 late fee)||12th May 2017|
|Last date to submit application (with Rs. 1500 late fee)||15th May 2017|
|Admit card download||17th May 2017|
|Exam date||27th May 2017|
|Release of Preliminary Key||30th May 2017|
|Last Date for Submission of Objections on Preliminary Key||2nd June 2017|
|Result announcement & final answer key release||
10th June 2017