On one hand, everyone keeps bragging about India being the youngest nation in the world and how the youth-power can help change the destiny of the country but on the other hand, when someone is genuinely trying to make a difference, he/she has to meet with such brutal words?
Needless to say the vision expressed in the Will of the founder is paramount. Thus, literary and scholastic attainments; fondness of and success in outdoor sports; exhibition of moral force of character and leadership qualities - all need to be reasonably demonstrated in an application. More importantly I have been very thoughtful about my choices
#When life throws lemons at you, throw some eggs back and then make lemonade. #People in college love spike busters! (They love them enough to steal them). #The world's favourite exercise is jumping to conclusions. #Rumors are food for thought and air for life.
CLAT 2011 will most likely be held on May 15. Lawctopus will help you throughout the journey. Stick with us. We are expert drivers. We'll soon come with detailed write-ups for each section of CLAT: English, GK, Legal Aptitude, Logic Reasoning and Maths. For starters, here are six books and resources which are a must
The Times of India has reported the announcement of CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) 2011 here. The CLAT 2011, to be organised by the National University of Juridical Sciences (NUJS), Kolkata will be held on May 15, 2011.
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