By: IDIA 12 Jun 2019 10:03 AM GMT All India Law Entrance Test ("AILET") is the admission test for National Law University, Delhi ("NLU-D") that is organised by it every year for admission into its various courses. This year, for the first time, AILET has come under severe scrutiny due to plagiarism in its papers for B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) course. This post closely examines plagiarism in AILET 2019. Currently, the Common Law Admission Test ("CLAT") has been under the scanner due to the numerous blunders in the conduct of the exam through the years. A petition filed by Prof. Shamnad Basheer is pending before the Supreme Court to reform the manner in which CLAT is conducted and establish a permanent body that conducts the test in a professional and competent manner. This is the first time that AILET has come under scrutiny too.On the first Sunday of May 2019, tens of thousands of students pinned their hopes on AILET 2019, the entrance test for the prestigious law college NLU-D. They … [Read more...] about Plagiarism In AILET (NLU-Delhi Entrance Test) 2019
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By: Manu Sebastian 20 Feb 2019 11:52 AM GMT In a significant judgment, the Supreme Court struck down Rule 5A of the Bihar Civil Service(Judicial Branch)(Recruitment) Rules 1995, as per which only 10% of the candidates who appear in the preliminary examination will be selected for mains. The Court found that this rule was contrary to the dictum in Malik Mazhar Sultan v UPPSC (2008) 17 SCC 703, which held that candidates should be selected for main judicial service examination after preliminary examination in the ratio 1 : 10 with respect to advertised vacancies. The judgment was delivered in a writ petition filed before the Supreme Court under Article 32 of the Constitution of India by 13 contestants. Based on the said rule, only 1843 candidates out of nearly 17000 contestants were called for main examination as against 349 advertised vacancies. Applying the dictum in Malik Mazhar, 3490 candidates ought to have been called. The Division Bench of Justice Arun Mishra and Naveen … [Read more...] about Candidates For Main Judicial Exam To Be Selected From Prelims In 1: 10 Ratio Of Vacancies; SC Strikes Down Rule 5A Bihar Rules.
NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court has released the revised result for Delhi Judicial Service Preliminary Exam. The examination was conducted on January 13 and January 17, 2019. The exam was conducted to fill the vacancies for 147 posts. The Court annulled the results later and released a revised merit list. A total of 12415 candidates appeared for the exam. 675 candidates out of the total who appeared, have been shortlisted for the main exam. The court has released the admit cards for the main exam. Check Delhi Judicial Service Preliminary Exam Revised Results here As per the official statement, the Delhi Judicial service prelims revised result follows after revising the final answer key,"02 questions have been deleted and answer keys of 02 questions have been revised. As regards deleted questions, 01 mark each has been awarded to all such candidates who appeared in the Delhi Judicial Service Preliminary Examination held on 13.01.2019.” The exam comprised questions from General … [Read more...] about Delhi High Court Judial Service revised result released @delhihighcourt.nic.in; here’s the direct link
NEW DELHI: The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (IBBI), has published the syllabus, format, and frequency of the valuation examination for the Asset Class of ‘Securities or Financial Assets’. The exam is to be conducted on April 1, 2019, for the asset classes as under: (a) Plant and Machinery: Annexure I; (b) Land and Building: Annexure II; (c) Securities or Financial Assets: Annexure III. The candidate may choose the time and the date for the Examination Center of her/his choice for taking the Examination at valuationregistration.bsebti.com Syllabus of Valuation Examination for Asset Class- Plant and Machinery, Land and Building: Annexure with effect from 1st April 2019- The above-mentioned assets cover the following Units: 1. Principles of Economics Microeconomics Macroeconomics Parallel Economy 2. Book Keeping and Accountancy 3. Law-General 4.Introduction to Statistics 5. Environmental Issues in Valuation 6. Professional Ethics and Standards 7. Valuation of … [Read more...] about IBBI Exam 2019 : Syllabus for valuer course and exam details released at ibbi.gov.in
Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: manav malhotra December 27, 2018 10:08 pm Change Font Size Rajasthan High Court, Jodhpur invites online applications are invited for 197 posts of Civil Judges. Name of the Post: Civil Judge No. of Post: 197 Pay Scale: 27700-770-33090-920-40450-1080-44770 Age: Between 23 and 35 years of age as on Jan 1, 2020. Qualifications: Degree of Bachelor of Laws (Professional) of any University established by Law in India and recognised as such under the Advocates Act, 1961) Knowledge of Hindi with Devanagari script and Rajasthani Dialects and Social Customs of Rajasthan. Candidates who have appeared for their final semester examsare eligible to apply, but they need to provide proof of passing the course before the main written exam. How to apply? Online applications may be submitted at the Rajasthan High Court website from November 26, 2018 to January 5, 2019. Applications may also be submitted via the … [Read more...] about 197 Civil Judge Vacancies In Rajasthan