TS PGLCET is a state level entrance exam. The Telangana Post Graduate Law Common Entrance Test (TS PGLCET) is conducted for admission to postgraduate law programmes (L.L.M) offered in the state of Telangana. Telangana State Post Graduate Law Common Entrance Test is conducted by Osmania University(OU). TS PGLCET 2020 is going to be announced and on the basis of the TS PGLCET 2021 rank, candidates will get admission into the LLM course offered by different universities. Candidates seeking admissions in LLM(Private) or LLM(Self-financing) will have to qualify the TS PGLCET 2021 exam. The exam will be conducted at different exam centres situated in different parts of the state. Those students who don't fulfil the eligibility criteria of TS PGLCET 2021 will not be allowed to take the entrance exam.
The official notification according to TS PGLCET , online certificate verification process is going till 22nd December, 2020. The second counselling 2020 has released after the first counselling is concluded, and the same begins from the month of October. Telangana State Council for Higher Education (TSCHE) releases the question paper and TS PGLCET answer key after conducting the examination.The question paper and answer keys are released, so that candidates can check cross-check their responses marked in the examination as well as raise objections on it. Download the previous year question papers with answer keys, prep guides and also practice mock test. Candidates who will successfully give the TS PGLCET 2020 exam will be able to see their result on the date announced by the TS PGLCET conducting authority.
TS PGLCET 2021 PREPARATION STRATEGY :
Preparation is the golden key to clear any examination. Firstly prepare a plan for your studies. You should divide your time equally for all the subjects this will help you to include the entire syllabus in your preparation. Never include topics which are other than the syllabus. Try to make a proper time-table and stick to it.
TS PGLCET Previous Years Papers:
Solving previous year question papers and mock test papers will help candidates in knowing more about the type of questions that can come for TS PGLCET 2021. It also helps in decreasing the exhaustion and making students ready for facing even the toughest tests. Candidates can get these papers from a number of websites. The official website of TS PGLCET also allows candidates to go through the mock test papers of each course. Practicing sample papers will also help candidates in checking and managing time, taken to solve the entire question paper.
Exams test both your content knowledge and your ability to manage your time effectively. Setting up an exam study timetable can be an effective time management strategy. To succeed in your exams, you should allocate enough study time to prepare effectively for all your subjects. Preparing a timetable will help candidates in solving the puzzle of what to study first and how much time should be allotted to one topic. This division of time will help candidates in giving equal time and weight to each topic
The more you practice the more confidence you gain. Practice the questions that you think are difficult and needs more attention. With more and more practice, topics that are hard to learn and memorize can also be accomplished.
The candidates must stay updated on the latest laws and amendments being introduced. Follow different sources of information such as newspapers, news websites etc. for the same.
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SYLLABUS FOR TS PGLCET-2021
A Single entrance test is conducted for all the courses of LL.M. It is of 90 minutes duration and consists of 120 questions of 1 mark each.
Part-A: It consists of total 40 questions 40 Marks
1. JURISPRUDENCE: 20 Questions - 20 marks
Rights and Duties – Ownership and Possession
Schools of Jurisprudence – Sources of Law
Custom Precedent and Legislation,
2. CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: 20 Questions - 20 marks
Directive Principles of State Policy
Executive Judiciary and Legislature
Nature of the constitution: Fundamental Rights
Amendments to the constitution
Part-B: It consists of total 80 questions: 80 Marks
1. PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW: 16 Questions - 16 marks
Subjects of International Law
Nationality and Statelessness
Air, Sea and outer space
2. MERCANTILE LAW: 16 Questions - 16 marks
General Principles of Contract (Sections 1-75, Indian Contract Act-1872).
3. LABOUR LAW: 16 Questions - 16 marks
Trade Union Act 1926
Industrial Disputes Act 1947
4. CRIMES and TORTS: 16 Questions - 16 marks
Indian Penal Code - General Principles & General Exceptions.
TORTS: General principles of Tort,
Defences, Joint liability, State liability for torts; Consumer Protection Act,1986
5. IPR & OTHER LAWS: 16 Questions - 16 marks
Copyright Act, 1957; Patents Act, 1970; Environment (Protection) Act, 1986; Human Rights, The Protection of Human Rights Act, 1993, Salient features of Information Technology Act, 2000 and Right to Information Act 2005.
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Exam Pattern Highlights of TS PGLCET 2021:
The candidates should go through the exam pattern before appearing for the test. This helps them get familiar with the type of questions in the exam and prepare themselves accordingly. We are providing exam pattern for TS PGLCET 2021 exam here, as per previous year.
Candidates must carry their TS PGLCET 2021 admit card and a ball point pen (Blue or Black) to the examination hall.
|Exam Mode||The exam takes place in online mode.|
|Language||The entrance exam questions will be asked in English.|
|Test duration:||TS PGLCET lasts for a total of 90 minutes.|
|Number of sections||2 (Part A and Part B)|
|Type of questions||The exam will have multiple choice questions with 4 options, out of which only 1 will be correct|
|No. of questions||120 questions|
Best Books for TS PGECET 2021:
The right study material matters a lot for good preparation and scoring well in any examination.
Name of the Book
|Indian Polity||M. Laxmikanth|
|Studies in Jurisprudence and Legal Theory||Dr. N.V. Paranjape|
|3.||Jurisprudence and Legal Theory||Dr. V.D. Mahajan|
|4.||Law of Torts,||Dr. R.K. Bangia|
|5.||Textbook on Indian Penal Code||K D Gaur|
Everyone has a different level of capacity for capturing, understanding, and perusing the information. So it is always better for a candidate to prepare their notes. You can prepare short notes on the major or important topics and revise them while there is less time remaining for the examination. Whenever you feel like giving up, just think once why you actually started it, that will keep you going.
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