Marwadi University is a private university located in Rajkot, Gujarat, India. It was established in 2016 by the Marwadi Education Foundation through The Gujarat Private Universities Act, 2016.
About the Webinar
The pattern for CLAT 2020 has changed this year and a lot of students are in utter confusion related to the pattern as well as the marking criteria. Marwadi University has taken the initiative to organise a webinar on 9th May 2020 for all CLAT 2020 aspirants to join this webinar and get valuable guidance and expert tips on the entrance test.
Renowned professionals in the field of law such as Dr. S. Santhakumar, Director, Gujarat National Law University, Dr. Purvi Pokhariyal, Director, Institute of Law, Nirma University, Mr. Rajneesh Singh, Founder and Chief Mentor at CLAT Essentials, The Do-Zen, Clat Guru and Mentor and lastly, Dr. Rishikesh Dave, Dean, Faculty of Law, Marwadi University will be joining us as expert speakers for the webinar.
This will be a platform where you can understand the new pattern as well as clear your doubts about CLAT 2020.
CLAT Aspirants appearing for CLAT in 2020 can participate in the webinar. It will be an opportunity to interact with experts who has huge experience in the CLAT process and also Directors and Deans of premier Law Schools who can also help you in clearing your doubts about selecting the best law school for you.
Once you register, you will be sent a link to join the webinar to registered participants on the day of the webinar.
Fee Details: There is no registration fee.
The webinar will be on 9th May 2020 at 12:00 PM
Marwadi University encourages students to ask their questions while registering for the event. There are limited slots available for the webinar due to constraints of the online app, therefore encourage participants to register at the earliest.
E-mail ID: law[at]marwadiuniversity.ac.in
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