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CLAT PG (LLM) 2022 CRASH COURSE

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Course Outline

CLAT PG (LLM) 2022 exam is a gateway for admissions to Master of Laws (LLM) programs in the National Law Universities (NLUs). The CLAT PG (LLM) 2022 scores are used by other private law colleges across the country and Public Sector Undertakings for admissions and recruitment respectively. Unlike any other enterprise in the market, we are the only ones who are singularly and individually focussing on CLAT PG (LLM) 2022 entrance examination. Instead of following the traditional method of teaching and learning, we will be following a unique pedagogy of teaching which will be based on training the students on the exact demands of the CLAT PG (LLM) 2022 examination. With the change in the CLAT PG (LLM) 2022 syllabus, it’s the need of the hour to adopt new practices and methodologies which are more suitable to the contemporary demand of the CLAT PG (LLM) 2022 examination. This course of ours is a combination of intensive classroom training, full-length mock tests for advanced CLAT PG (LLM) 2022 coaching programs, and doubt clearing for advanced CLAT PG (LLM) 2022 coaching programs and counselling sessions, all aimed at providing an effective preparation to students standing at this crucial juncture for advanced CLAT PG (LLM) 2022 coaching programs. 

Course Overview

The pattern of CLAT PG (LLM) 2022 has evolved over the years and after the CLAT PG 2021 and CLAT PG 2020 examinations, it is clear that to crack this CLAT PG (LLM) 2022 exam, a student has to adopt an analytical approach towards cracking the CLAT PG (LLM) 2022 exam. Our CLAT PG (LLM) 2022 crash course is designed to prepare the student to study all the major subjects which are important CLAT PG (LLM) 2022, AILET PG (LLM) 2022, DU PG(LLM) 2022 & BHU PG(LLM) 2022 entrance examinations. This CLAT PG (LLM) 2022 crash course is based on the rationale of preparing for the examination through case laws. The CLAT PG (LLM) 2022 crash course will be based on the mandatory subjects of the undergraduate program and include Constitutional Law, Jurisprudence, Administrative Law, Law of Contract, Torts, Family Law, Criminal Law, Property Law, Company Law, Public International Law, Tax Law, Environmental Law, and Labour & Industrial Law.

What are we offering in our course?

  • 400+ hrs Live/Recorded Online Lecture
  • Socratic Style of teaching
  • Weekly guest lectures on various topics
  • 13 subjects with modules
  • 100+ Detailed Case laws discussion
  • A simplified manner for understanding
  • 25+ Full length mocks on the new pattern of CLAT PG (LLM) 2022
  • Answer Writing session for a subjective answer
  • One to One Mentoring Sessions

Course Syllabus

  1. CLAT PG(LLM) 2022 Crash Course Daily Class Routine
  2. Case List
  3. Subjective Topics and Questions
  4. Most Important Cases for CLAT PG(LLM) 2022
  5. CLAT PG(LLM) 2022 Strategy
  6. Guidelines to Use Dashboard in Details
  1. Primary concepts, Salient features
  2. Salient features (Contd.), Federalism
  3. Preamble and Citizenship
  4. Art 12 , Art 13, concept of waiver, eclipse and severability
  5. Fundamental Rights
  6. Fundamental Rights (Contd.)
  7. Fundamental (Contd.),
  8. Fundamental Rights
  9. Fundamental Rights
  10. DPSP, Fundamental Duties
  11. DPSP, Fundamental Duties
  12. Union and State Legislature
  13. Union and State Legislature
  14. Union and State Executive
  15. Union and State Executive
  16. Judiciary
  17. Centre and State relationship
  18. Services under the union, Constitutional bodies
  19. Constitutional Amendments
  20. Emergency provisions, Schedules to constitution
  21. Ordinance power of executive
  22. Important constitutional Amendments (GST, EWS, National commission for backward classes, 73rd Amendment)
  23. Special provisions, Art 370 etc.
  24. Miscellaneous topics and doubt clearance
  25. Constitutional Amendments
  1. Introduction to IPC
  2. General Defenses/Exceptions
  3. Right of Private Defence
  4. Punishment & Solitary Confinement
  5. Inchoate Crimes
  6. Criminal Conspiracy
  7. Offence against Human Body : Murder and Culpable Homicide
  8. Thug, Miscarriage, Hurt, Grievous Hurt
  9. Wrongful Restraint, Wrongful Confinement, Criminal Force
  10. Sexual Offences : Kidnapping
  11. Offences against Property
  12. Criminal Breach of Trust, Cheating
  13. Offences Related to Marriage : Bigamy and Adultery
  14. Defamation
  15. Criminal Intimidation
  16. Offences Against State
  17. False Evidence and Offences against Public Justice
  18. Miscellaneous
  1. Schools of jurisprudence ( Analytical, Historical)
  2. Schools of jurisprudence (Philosophical, Sociological)
  3. School s of jurisprudence (, Realistic, Natural law theory)
  4. School of jurisprudence ( Modern theories )
  5. State and Sovereignty
  6. Concept of Justice
  7. Sources of law
  8. Ownership and possession,
  9. Legal personality
  10. Concepts of Jurals
  1. Nature, Types and Basic Elements of Contract, Offer Acceptance
  2. Communication of Offer, Acceptance, Revocation
  3. Consent under Indian Contract Act
  4. Consent under Indian Contract Act Contd.
  5. Consideration & Concept of Privity of Contract
  6. Wagering Agreements and Contingent Contracts
  7. Wagering Agreements and Contingent Contracts contd.
  8. Quasi Contract and other Important topics
  9. Discharge of Contract
  10. Remedies for Breach of Contract
  11. Indian Contract Act and The English Contract Law
  12. Specific Contracts : Contract of Bailment & Contract of Pledge
  13. Contract of Indemnity and Contract of Guarantee
  14. Nature, Types and Basic Elements of Contract, Offer Acceptance
  15. Communication of Offer, Acceptance, Revocation
  16. Consent under Indian Contract Act
  17. Consent under Indian Contract Act Contd.
  18. Consideration & Concept of Privity of Contract
  19. Wagering Agreements and Contingent Contracts
  20. Wagering Agreements and Contingent Contracts contd.
  21. Quasi Contract and other Important topics
  22. Discharge of Contract
  23. Remedies for Breach of Contract
  24. Indian Contract Act and The English Contract Law
  25. Specific Contracts : Contract of Bailment & Contract of Pledge
  26. Contract of Indemnity and Contract of Guarantee
  1. Introduction & Concept of Section 8
  2. Evidence Act Section 11 to Section 17
  3. Section 17 to Section 31
  4. Section 32 to Section 65 (Secondary Evidence)
  5. Section 65 (Secondary Evidence) to Section 112
  6. Section 113 to Section 117 (ESTOPPEL)
  7. Introduction & Concept of Section 8
  8. Evidence Act Section 11 to Section 17
  9. Section 17 to Section 31
  10. Section 32 to Section 65 (Secondary Evidence)
  11. Section 65 (Secondary Evidence) to Section 112
  12. Section 113 to Section 117 (ESTOPPEL)
  1. Introduction and Preliminary
  2. Functions of Police Officer
  3. Information to Police and Investigation by Police
  4. Joinder of Charges
  5. Appeal Revision
  6. CRPC Overall
  1. Nature of Personal Law ; connection with Constitution Law
  2. Difference between Personal Law and other law
  3. Application of Personal Law- who is Hindu, Christian, Parsi and Muslim Law
  4. Law of Marriage- Hindu, Christian, Parsi
  5. Law of Marriage under Special Marriage Act
  6. Validity of Marriage
  7. Law of Marriage- under Muslim Law
  8. Concept of Dower
  9. Matrimonial Relief ? Restitution of Conjugal rights, Judicial Separation, Divorce- Alternative remedy
  10. Law of Maintenance, Law of Guardianship, Custody, parantage and Adoption
  11. Law of Succession: Christian, Parsi
  12. Wakf, Hiba, Shuffa
  13. Will under Muslim and Hindu Law, Doctrine of Election, Rule against perpetuity, Death bed gift
  14. Law of Succession: Muslim Law
  15. Law of Succession : Hindu Male,
  16. Law of Succession : Hindu Female, HUF-Coparcenary, Law of inheritance,
  17. Problem Solving
  1. Nature, Definition & Subjects of International Law
  2. Sources of International Law, Relationship Between Municipal & International law
  3. State Recognition
  4. Law of Sea
  5. State Succession
  6. International organization
  7. Human Rights
  8. International Criminal Court
  1. Understanding Basics of Environment Law
  2. Environment Protection Act 1986
  3. National Green Tribunal
  4. International Environment Law
  1. Introduction to Administrative Law
  2. Reasons for the Growth of Administrative Process & Law
  3. Scope of Administrative Law
  4. Separation of Power
  5. Delegated Legislation
  6. Principles of Natural Justice
  7. Administrative Tribunals
  1. Introduction to Insolvency Law, Historical Background, Previous Legislations, Objective and Preliminary Definitions, Important Concepts, Need for IBC, Features of IBC, Pillars of IBC
  2. Process under IBC, Initiation of CIRP, Flowchart, Timelines- Admission and Withdrawal , Overriding effect of IBC
  3. Moratorium, Effect of it, IRP- Appointment, power and duties, Duty to cooperate
  4. Committee of Creditors - Composition, voting, barred members, meetings. Appointment of resolution professional, duties, powers, cost of CIPR
  5. Liquidation- Initiation and process, Liquidator, Realization of assets, liquidation of assets, timelines under liquidation, voluntary liquidation
  6. Offences, penalties, avoidance transactions, special courts, reference by courts under Companies Act
  7. Recent bills and amendments with Cases
  1. Introduction & Residential Status and Income from Various Sources
  2. Types of Losses and Impact
  3. Direct Taxes and Indirect Taxes
  4. Tax Law Cases
  1. Dharmesh/Dharmendra/Dhamo Jagdishbhai/Jagabhai Bhagubhai Ratadia & Anr. Versus The State of Gujarat
  2. Gurmeet Singh v. State of Punjab, Fakhrey Alam v. State of Uttar Pradesh, New Okhla Industrial Development Authority and others v. BD Singhal and others,
  3. State of Kerala v. K.Ajith
  4. Sunil Kumar @ Sudhir Kumar v State of UPIN RE: INHUMAN CONDITION AT QUARANTINE CENTRES AND FOR PROVIDING BETTER TREATMENT TO CORONA POSITIVEIN RE: CONTAGION OF COVID 19 VIRUS IN PRISONSSATBIR SINGH & ANOTHER v STATE OF HARYANA
  5. V. Senthur and another v. M. Vijayakumar IAS and others; Citation: LL 2021 SC 526, Ashok Kumar v. Raj Gupta and others, Vipan Kumar Dhir v. State of Punjab; Citation: LL 2021 SC 537
  6. Placido Francisco Pinto (D) by LRs & Anr v Jose Francisco Pinto & Anr; Citation: LL 2021 SC 528], National Insurance Company v. Chamundeswari & Ors; Citation: LL 2021 SC 529]
  7. Reepak Kansal v. Union of India and others
  8. Jigya Yadav thru her father v. C.B.S.E. (2021) , Vinod Dua vs Union Of India on 3 June, 2021: Case Analysis
  9. Central Bureau of Investigation v. Thommandru Hannah Vijayalakshmi; Citation: LL 2021 SC 551
  10. "Kamlesh Chaudhary v. State of Rajasthan"
  11. Prem Shankar Prasad v. State Of Bihar; Citation: LL 2021 SC 579, Mitesh Kumar J. Shah v. State of Karnataka; Citation: LL 2021 SC 592
  12. Siddharth Vs State Of UP (2021): The Word Custody In S. 170 Of The CrPC
  13. Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai v. Ankita Sinha and Others; Citation: LL 2021 SC 549
  14. Satish Ragade v. State of Maharastra, attorney General v. Satish & Ors., Aparna Bhat v. Madhya Pradesh
  15. Ajit Mohan v. Legislative Assembly, National Capital Territory of Delhi
  16. Manohar Lal Sharma v. Union of India and connected cases; Citation: LL 2021 SC 600
  17. V Anantha Raju & Anr v T.M.Narasimhan & Or, Jitul Jentilal Kotecha v. State of Gujarat; Citation: LL 2021 SC 642
  18. Gautam Navlakha vs. National Investigation Agency
  19. Rishipal Singh Solanki v. State of UP& Ors; Citation: LL 2021 SC 667
  20. Hari v. State of Uttar Pradesh; Citation: LL 2021 SC 685, The State of Jammu and Kashmir v. Dr Saleem ur Rehman; Citation: LL 2021 SC 618, Irappa Siddappa Murgannavar v. State of Karnataka; Citation: LL 2021 SC 632
  21. State of Haryana v. Rajkumar @ Bittu, South Eastern Coalfields Ltd v. S. Kumar's Associates AKM (JV), Pichra Warg Kalyan Mahasabha Haryana v. State of Haryana
  22. Arunachala Gounder (Dead) Vs Ponnusamy order dated 21.01.2009
  23. The Chairman, State Bank of India and another v. MJ James; Citation: LL 2021 SC 654, Common Cause (A Registered Society) v. Union of India ; WP(C) 1374 of 2020
  24. Union of India & Ors v. Mudrika Singh; Citation: LL 2021 SC 705], Amazon.com NV Investment Holdings LLC v. Future Retail Ltd & Ors, M/s. Magadh Sugar & Energy Ltd. vs. State of Bihar
  25. Kirti vs Oriental Insurance Company on 5 January, 2021
  26. Association of Private Universities, Madhya Pradesh v. State of M.P.
  27. Neil Aurelio Nunes v. Union of India
  28. " Jarnail Singh v. Lachhmi Narain Gupta, 2022 SCC Online SC 96, decided on 28-01-2022 Tek Chand v. Bhakra Beas Management Board"
  29. Banka Sneha Sheela v. State of Telangana
  30. "Vasudha Sethi v. Kiran V. Bhaskar, 2022 SCC Online SC 43, decided on 12-01-2022 Union of India v. Rajendra N. Shah, 2021 SCC OnLine SC 474, decided on 20-7-2021"
  31. Arnab Goswami vs State of Maharashtra
  32. Sushila Aggarwal vs State(NCT Delhi)
  33. Navtej Singh Johar Case
  34. Chebrolu Leela Prasad vs State of AP
  35. B.K Pavitra vs UOI 1
  36. Mukesh Singh vs State(Narcotic Branch of Delhi)
  37. B.K Pavitra vs UOI 2
  38. B.K Pavitra vs UOI 3
  39. Jarnail Singh vs. Laxmi Narain Gupta and Ors.
  40. Kashid M. Siddique vs. Mahant Suresh Das(Ayodhya Judgement)
  41. The Facets of Contemporary Bail Orders
  42. Mukesh Kumar v State of Uttarakhand
  43. Indore Development Authority v Manoharlal
  44. VIKAS KISHANRAO GAWALI vs. STATE OF MAHARASHTRA & ORS.
  45. NEET Christian Medical College vs Union of India
  46. Keisham Meghachandra Singh vs The Honble Speaker Manipur
  47. Shyam Narayan Chouksi vs UOI
  48. O J Raja vs Tejraj Surana
  49. Surinder Singh Deswal vs Virender Gandhi
  50. Union of India vs. K.A. Najeeb
  51. Swiss Ribbon IBC Amendment, 2020
  52. Tata Group - Cyrus Mistry Case
  53. Santini vs Vijaya Venkatesh
  54. Rajeev Suri vs Union Of India
  55. Lt Nitisha vs UOI + Lt Col Annie Nagraj vs UOI
  56. Tamilnadu Medical College Case
  57. Vidya Drolia Case
  58. Hanuman Laxman Aroskar v. Union of India (2019 and 2020) + Tata Power Delhi ditribution vs Manoj Mishra
  59. Tata Housing vs Aalok Jagga +Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board v. Sterlite Industries
  60. Maratha Reservation-Dr. Jaishri Laxmanrao Patil Versus The Chief Minister
  61. Foundation For Media vs Union Territory Of Jammu
  62. Tofan Singh vs The State Of Tamil Nadu
  63. Consumer Protection Act and Cases
  64. Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 and Cases
  65. West U.P. Sugar Mills Association vs The State Of Uttar Pradesh
  66. Gimpex Private Limited v. Manoj Goel; Citation: LL 2021 SC 553 & Gemini Bay Transcription Pvt. Ltd. v. Integrated Sales Service Ltd
  67. Gemini Bay Transcription Pvt. Ltd. v. Integrated Sales Service Ltd & Government of Maharashtra v. Borse Brothers Engineers and Contractors Pvt Ltd.
  68. I Pay Clearing Services Pvt. Ltd. Vs. ICICI Bank Ltd. AND UOI Vs. Manju Arora
  69. Mahendra Vs Maheshwari And Small industries Development Bank of India Vs. Sibco Investement Pvt Ltd, And Ellora Papers Mills Ltd. State of MP
  70. State of Kerala and Ors v. Leesamma Joseph
  71. Ashish Shelar v Maharashtra State Legislative Assembly
  72. Garg Builders v. Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited; Citation: LL 2021 SC 535
  73. Nitaben Dinesh Patel v. Dinesh Dahyabhai Patel; and Garg Builders v. Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited; & Korukonda Chalapathi Rao & Ors v. Korukonda Annapurna Sampath Kumar; Citation: LL 2021 SC 530
  74. N.N. GLOBAL MERCANTILE PVT. LTD VS. INDO UNIQUE FLAME LTD
  75. G Mohan Rao & Ors. V. State of Tamil Nadu & Ors
  76. RENAISSANCE HOTEL HOLDINGS INC. vs B. VIJAYA SAI
  77. Project Director, National Highways v. M. Hakeem and Pratap Technocrats (P) Ltd. v. Monitoring Committee of Reliance Infratel Ltd
  78. STATE OF UP THROUGH SECRETARY (EXCISE) & ORS. v M:S MCDOWELL AND COMPANY LIMITED
  79. Umesh Chandra vs State Of Uttarakhand
  80. Fakhrey Alam vs. State of Uttar Pradesh [CrA 319 OF 2021] , LAKHVIR SINGH VS. STATE OF PUNJAB, Manno Lal Jaiswal vs State of Uttar Pradesh
  81. Union of India v. Alapan Bandyopadhyay AND The Punjab State Cooperative Agricultural Development Bank Ltd. Versus The Registrar, Cooperative Societies And Others
  82. LOOP TELECOM V. UNION OF INDIA, G.T. GIRISH V. Y SUBHAHA RAJU, Luckose Zachariah @ Zak Nedumchira Luke and Others v. Joseph Joseph and Other
  83. Bhadar Ram (D) vs Jassa Ram AND In Re Children in Street Situations
  84. Registrar General, High Court Of Judicature At Madras v. The State, R. Kalai Selvi vs. Bheemappa ; CrA 747 OF 2021, Sanghar Zuber Ismail vs. Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change ; CA 4543 of 2021, Amway India v. Ravindranath Rao and another
  85. SMT RESHAM AND ANOTHER VS. STATE OF KARNATAKA AND OTHERS
  86. In Re: The Berubari Union And ... vs Unknown on 14 March, 1960
  87. COMMISSIONER OF INCOME TAX, CHENNAI V. MOHAMMED MEERAN SHAHUL HAMEED, MOHAMMAD SALIMULLAH AND ANR. VERSUS UNION OF INDIA AND ORS. INTERLOCUTORY APPLICATION NO. 38048 OF 2021 IN WRIT PETITION (CIVIL) NO. 793 OF 2017,
  88. Judicial Impact Assessment and Madras Bar Association vs Union of India
  89. Enrica Lexie case
  90. M/S PAHWA PLASTICS PVT. LTD. V. DASTAK NGO & ORS (2022) and SWARNALATHA & ORS. V. KALAVATHY & ORS
  91. PRATAP TECHNOCRATS v. MONITORING COMMITTEE
  92. MUKIS V. STATE OF U.P. Criminal Revision No. 452 of 2022.
  93. State of Rajasthan v. Banwari Lal, State of Karnataka v. Umesh, Bar Council of India v. Twinkle Rahul Mangaonkar
  1. Theory and Concepts of Industrial Relations
  2. Collective Bargaining & Conflict Management
  3. Contemporary Labour Code & Legislation
  4. Industrial Dispute Act
  5. The Factories Act 1948& The standing orders Act
  1. CLAT PG(LLM) MOCK TEST-1
  2. CLAT PG(LLM) MOCK TEST-2
  3. CLAT PG(LLM) MOCK TEST-3
  4. CLAT PG(LLM) MOCK TEST-4
  5. CLAT PG(LLM) MOCK TEST-5
  6. CLAT PG(LLM) MOCK TEST-6
  7. CLAT PG(LLM) MOCK TEST-7
  8. CLAT PG(LLM) MOCK TEST-8
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  10. CLAT PG(LLM) MOCK TEST-10
  11. CLAT PG(LLM) MOCK TEST-11
  12. CLAT PG(LLM) MOCK TEST-12
  13. CLAT PG(LLM) MOCK TEST-13
  14. CLAT PG(LLM) MOCK TEST-14(LEX TEMPLUM CLAT PG(LLM) 7th ALL INDIA MOCK TEST)
  15. CLAT PG(LLM) MOCK TEST-15 or LEX TEMPLUM CLAT PG(LLM) 8th ALL INDIA MOCK TEST
  16. CLAT PG(LLM) MOCK TEST-16 or LEX TEMPLUM CLAT PG(LLM) 9th ALL INDIA MOCK TEST
  17. CLAT PG(LLM) MOCK TEST-17 or LEX TEMPLUM CLAT PG(LLM) 10th ALL INDIA MOCK TEST
  18. CLAT PG(LLM) MOCK TEST-18 or LEX TEMPLUM CLAT PG(LLM) 11th ALL INDIA MOCK TEST
  19. CLAT PG(LLM) MOCK TEST-19 or LEX TEMPLUM CLAT PG(LLM) ALL INDIA 12th MOCK TEST
  20. CLAT PG(LLM) MOCK TEST-20

Why this course?

Why should we enroll ourselves in this LEX TEMPLUM CLAT PG (LLM) 2022 Crash Course? Is coaching sine qua non for success in CLAT PG (LLM) 2022?

No, we certainly do not espouse and buttress the fact that coaching is a sine qua non for success in CLAT PG (LLM) 2022. However, that being said, after the recent changes made in the pattern and syllabus of CLAT PG (LLM) 2022 entrance examinations, it is practically becoming impossible for an individual aspirant to read, understand, dissect and analyse dozens and scores of lengthy and gigantum judgments on his/her own. In such a scenario, our team of dedicated experts will streamline the entire conspectus of cases at hand with chiselled case discussions, meticulous analysis and perfect planning. We here at Lex Templum have done it in the past and are extremely confident of doing it this year too.

Considering the changes made in the CLAT PG (LLM) 2022 syllabus, can an aspirant prepare for the examination in a period of 5 months (basically from now on)?

Certainly! Cracking CLAT PG (LLM) 2022 is still very much possible provided one is able to utilise the time judiciously by calibrating a well structure strategy to cover all the important cases and concepts. Many in the last year have done so with us (cracked CLAT PG (LLM) 2022 with 3 to 4 months of intense preparation) and certainly will do in this year too.

How is Team Lex Templum different from the other entities in the market?

Our faculties in Lex Templum have themselves qualified CLAT PG(LLM) examinations in the last years and so. Many of them possess years of training CLAT PG(LLM) aspirants. Relatively, we have a young team which basically understands the demands of the CLAT PG(LLM) examination. We have tried to maintain a fine balance of youth and experience to give the best recipe of success to all the aspirants who join us.

What is the uniqueness of this course? Can you elucidate it’s intricacies in detail?

Ours is the only course in entire India which has been designed meticulously with great craft, caution and care to specifically meet the demands of the CLAT PG (LLM) 2022 examination.