Faiz Ayat Ansari is organizing an Online Course on UGC-NET/SET (Law) Examination.
About the Course
The course shall focus on the strategic aspects required to clear the UGC-NET/SET (Law) examination. Rather than simply focusing on the theoretical aspects and the materials, which are easily available in the market, the course shall primarily focus on the strategy and planning required for different subjects to clear the UGC-NET/SET (Law) examination.
The course shall be conducted on Saturdays and Sundays. Sundays shall be dedicated for the classes (usually of one hour) and the Mock Tests shall be conducted on Saturdays. A detailed time table shall be shared with the students before the commencement of the course.
Strategy to clear UGC-NET Paper I as a law background person.
Guidance on PhD application and planning.
Career guidance in academics.
About the Resource Person
Mr. Faiz Ayat Ansari is a PhD Research Scholar at the National Law School of India University, Bengaluru and an Assistant Professor of Law at Parul University, Vadodara. He is also an alumnus of Gujarat National Law University. He has cleared the UGC-NET (Law) examination twice and the Gujarat SET (Law) examination, all while he was still pursuing his LL.M.
He has also authored a book titled ‘Law and Justice in the Era of Globalization’. He has a keen interest in bridging the gap between academia, policymaking and the industry in the legal field. His areas of interest include Constitutional law, Comparative Public Law, Sports Law, Media law, etc.
The maximum benefits of the course shall be reaped by professionals, LL.M. students and final year LL.B. students who intend to appear for the UGC-NET/SET (Law) examination. However, anyone having an interest in strategizing for various competitive examinations pertaining to law may enrol for the course.
The course shall be conducted online through the Zoom platform.
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