Online Course on UGC NET (Law) Examination by Lawctopus [March 15 – April 30]; Developed by 3 NET Qualified People: Register by Feb 28

About the Course

UGC Net (Law) Examination is perhaps the most important exam after students complete their LLM if they wish to pursue a career in academics in India.

Qualifying UGC NET (Law) Examination is a mandatory requirement for the grant of Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) to pursue a PhD and for appointment as Assistant Professors in Law Colleges and Universities across the country.

This Examination tests the Research, Teaching and Legal Aptitude of young postgraduates to certify whether they are fit to teach students of Law.

National Testing Agency (NTA) conducts this examination twice a year on behalf of the University Grants Commission (UGC).

The syllabus and the structure of the examination has been designed by the UGC.

NTA has announced the examination dates for this summer’s UGC NET Examination and is scheduled to be held in the first two weeks of May.

Detailed notification and other details are available here.

The Exam is completely objective (MCQ based Questions) and is conducted at Physical Centres across the country and is Computer Based.

There are 2 Papers during the Exam where Paper 1 intends to assess the teaching/ research aptitude of the candidate. It will primarily be designed to test reasoning ability, reading comprehension, divergent thinking and general awareness of the candidate.

Paper 1 has 50 questions and carries 100 marks.

Paper 2 is based on the subject selected by the candidate and will assess domain knowledge.

Paper 2 has 100 questions and carries 200 marks.

Lawctopus Law School’s Course is specifically designed to help students of law who wish to appear for this examination.

This 45 days comprehensive course on Paper 2 (Law) covers all the 10 subjects and over 18 Acts which are part of the Syllabus for this Examination. 


About Lawctopus Law School

Lawctopus Law School’s courses have been done by 3000 law students, young lawyers, professionals, academicians, and business people in the last 10 months.

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We were also shortlisted for the Agami Prize 2020 and have been covered in the leading education magazine Careers360.

We value your trust and we are confident that our newest offering will prove immensely beneficial in your education and your career!


How will this course on UGC NET (Law) help you?

  1. Prepare for the Examination in a holistic manner and cover all the subjects comprehensively within 45 days. 
  2. Get guidance by 3 UGC NET Qualified professionals through 20 Live Sessions and more than 100 recorded lectures.
  3. Evaluate your performance through 10 subject-based practice-tests having at least 100 questions each and 4 Mock Tests on Paper 2.
  4. Know the Studying Strategy and types of questions asked for each subject through our Live Sessions. 

To register for the UGC NET (Law) Examination Course, click here.


Key Elements of the Course

Over 10 detailed, comprehensive and to-the-point Reading Resources for all the subjects.

Over 100 Recorded Lectures by subject matters on all the subjects which are part of the Syllabus of Paper 2 of the Examination. 

Over 20 Live Sessions during the 45 days course (2 Live sessions per week) to discuss the following for each Subject: Types of Questions asked; Studying Strategy; Doubts and Queries on the basis of Readings, Recorded Lectures and Mock-Tests.

Over 10 Quick Reference Documents (1 or 2 pages) for Case Laws on each subject; for terms, definitions and important sections or theories. 

Over 10 Subject Based Practice-Tests (Min. 100 questions each; overall 1000+) to help you evaluate your understanding and predict your performance in the Examination.

4 Complete Mock-Tests on Paper 2 (100 questions each; 2 marks and 2 hours duration) conducted online through Computer in the same format as actual Examination (you will be to see the rank in your batch as well).

To register for the UGC NET (Law) Examination Course, click here.


Syllabus

The course has been designed to help you comprehensively cover all the 10 subjects of Paper 2 which covers over 20 Acts.

Each Module has 7-10 Recorded Lectures, 1 Reading Resource, 1-2 Quick Reference Manuals, 2 Live Sessions (1 for Studying Strategy and 2nd for Resolution of Doubts around Practice Test and Module Content) and 1 Practice Test of 100 Questions.

The course contains 11 modules:

Module 1 – Approaching Paper 2 of UGC NET (Law) Examination

  • What and How to Study for Paper 2 of Law?
  • Video Experiences by Course Faculty – Qualifying UGC Net
  • Recordings of 2 Webinars on Preparing for UGC NET in Law
  • Previous 3 Years Paper Analysis for Paper 2

Module 2 – Jurisprudence

  • Reading Resource
  • Quick Reference – Key Thinkers and Theories
  • 2 Live Sessions – Studying Strategy, Kinds of Questions asked, Doubts and Queries 
  • Recorded Lectures – Theory of Law, Law and Morality, Concept of Rights, Persons and Property
  • Practice Test (100 Questions)

Module 3 – Constitutional and Administrative Law

  • Reading Resource
  • Quick Reference – Key Case Laws
  • 2 Live Sessions – Studying Strategy, Kinds of Questions asked, Doubts and Queries 
  • Recorded Lectures – Preamble, Fundamental Rights, Distribution of Powers, Judiciary and Judiciary Law, Administrative Law, Concept of Natural Justice
  • Practice Test (100 Questions)

Module 4 – Public International Law and International Humanitarian Law

  • Reading Resource
  • Quick Reference – Key Case Laws, Terms and Definitions
  • 2 Live Sessions – Studying Strategy, Kinds of Questions asked, Doubts and Queries 
  • Recorded Lectures – Sources of International Law, Concept of State, United Nations, WTO and Trade Law, IHL
  • Practice Test (100 Questions)

Module 5 – Law of Crimes

  • Reading Resource
  • Quick Reference – Key Case Laws
  • 2 Live Sessions – Studying Strategy, Kinds of Questions asked, Doubts and Queries 
  • Recorded Lectures – Concept of Criminal Liability, General Exceptions, Private Defences, Offences Against State, Human Body, Women, Punishments and Victim Compensation
  • Practice Test (100 Questions)

To register for the UGC NET (Law) Examination Course, click here.

Module 6 – Law of Torts and Consumer Protection

  • Reading Resource
  • Quick Reference – Key Case Laws on Law of Torts
  • 2 Live Sessions – Studying Strategy, Kinds of Questions asked, Doubts and Queries 
  • Recorded Lectures – Law of Torts, Consumer Protection, Competition Act, Motor Vehicles Act
  • Practice Test (100 Questions)

Module 7 – Commercial Law

  • Reading Resource
  • Quick Reference – Key Case Laws on Law of Contracts
  • 2 Live Sessions – Studying Strategy, Kinds of Questions asked, Doubts and Queries 
  • Recorded Lectures – Law of Contracts, Sale of Goods Act, Negotiable Instrument Act, Partnership Act, LLP Act, Incorporation of Companies, Meetings and Directors, Shares and Debentures, Corporate Social Responsibility 
  • Practice Test (100 Questions)

Module 8 – Family Law

  • Reading Resource
  • Quick Reference – Key Case Laws
  • 2 Live Sessions – Studying Strategy, Kinds of Questions asked, Doubts and Queries 
  • Recorded Lectures – Sources and Schools, Marriages, Divorce and Maintenance, Adoption and Guardianship, Succession and Inheritance, Wills and Gifts, Uniform Civil Code
  • Practice Test (100 Questions)

Module 9 – Environment and Human Rights Law 

  • Reading Resource
  • Quick Reference – Key Case Law on Environmental Law
  • 2 Live Sessions – Studying Strategy, Kinds of Questions asked, Doubts and Queries 
  • Recorded Lectures – UN Conferences and International Environmental Law, Constitutional Framework, EIA, NGT, International Bill of Rights, Human Rights Protection in India through National Commissions
  • Practice Test (100 Questions)

Module 10 – Intellectual Property Laws and Information Technology Act

  • Reading Resource
  • 2 Live Sessions – Studying Strategy, Kinds of Questions asked, Doubts and Queries 
  • Recorded Lectures – Intellectual Property, Law of Patents, Copyrights, Trademarks, GI, Traditional Knowledge, Information Technology Act, Cyber Crimes
  • Practice Test (100 Questions)

Module 11 – Comparative Public Law and Governance Systems

  • Reading Resource
  • 2 Live Sessions – Studying Strategy, Kinds of Questions asked, Doubts and Queries 
  • Recorded Lectures – Comparative Public Law, Governments, Federalism, Rule of Law, Constitutional Review and Amendments, Right to Informations – Comparison between India, UK, USA, France and Sweden
  • Practice Test (100 Questions)

To check the detailed course coverage, click here.


Course Developers

Pooja Chandran Nambiar is a law and policy researcher focusing on the issues of environmental justice and political ecology.

She has a Master in Laws degree focusing on Environment and Natural Resources Law from TERI School of Advanced Studies, New Delhi and has cleared her UGC-NET in 2020.

Before practising as an environmental lawyer with Trust Legal, New Delhi and during her undergraduate studies at the Army Institute of Law, Mohali, Pooja was the KTS Tulsi Chair of Excellence on Constitutional Law and was chosen to represent the Asia-Pacific region at the World Human Rights Moot by the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights in Geneva, Switzerland.

Jatin Garg has completed the Bachelors in Law from RGNUL, Punjab and has done his post-graduation (LLM) in Trade and Investment Laws from NLU Jodhpur.

He has qualified for UGC NET (Law) in 2017 and has worked with IIM Ranchi as Legal Manager, Indian School of Public Policy as an Executive Manager and has taught Corporate Laws at IIM Ranchi and Amity Law School, Delhi.

Presently, he is the CEO at Lawctopus Law School and the CFO at Lawctopus.

Bhavna Sharma is a Guest Faculty at Jamia Millia Islamia and has previously taught at the Faculty of Law, Delhi University. Presently, she is pursuing her PhD from RMLNLU, Lucknow.

She has completed her LLB from the Faculty of Law, Delhi University and LLM (Rank Holder) from Jamia Millia Islamia.

She is CTET- Qualified and NET-Qualified in the first attempt and has authored an academic book on ‘Legal Research Methodology’. She also has two other books on her credit UGC-NET LAW and PhD law entrance Examination. 

Vershika Sharma graduated from NLU Jodhpur and completed her LLM from HPNLU, Shimla, where she secured a Gold Medal. She has been a topper throughout her academic career.

Immensely invested in and passionate about education, Vershika has been an academic mentor at IDIA, Rajasthan.

Vershika has taught over 300 students the intricacies of legal research and writing. To enhance her online teaching skills, Vershika also completed an intensive online course on ‘The Art of Facilitation‘ from Colab.x.

Her students loved her classes before that, now they love the classes even more!

To register for the UGC NET (Law) Examination Course, click here.


Who is this course for?

  • Postgraduate Students of Law
  • Academicians

Duration: 6 weeks (45 days)

Available Seats: 50 

Course Fee: INR 7000 inclusive of GST


Contact 

If you have any questions, please leave a comment on this post or email at courses@lawctopus.com.

To register for the UGC NET (Law) Examination Course, click here.

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