Since 2015, a new era has ushered in CLAT LLM history so far as its syllabus is concerned. Subjective questions have been substituted by objective questions in 2015. Constitution carries 50 marks out of total 150 marks.
As we all know that this time, Chanakya National Law University, Patna will conduct Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) for post graduate law programmes for admissions to LLM programme(PG) for 19 National Law Universities (NLUs). CLAT PG is the most desired law entrance exam for post graduate law programme admissions in NLUs.
In CLAT LLM 2018, the syllabus of other law subjects consist of Jurisprudence, Constitution, Contracts, Criminal Law, Torts, International Law, IPR etc.
Tackling Constitution in Cracking CLAT LLM is not that tough. But, if we are able to channelize our priority & focus, we can be able to score more marks in that section. It has to be kept in our mind that we can score 40-45 in Constitution with little effort.
For the students of final year, we have dissected the 50 marks Questions of CLAT LLM 2016 in several parts and looked into the details of numbers of Questions. By that we can prioritize that portion of the Constitution and strategize according to that.
Under the following table, we have compartmentalized the whole Constitution into several parts (first column). In the second column, we have kept the number of questions that has come in CLAT LLM 2016.
Parts of the Constitution
Numbers of Questions out of 50 Questions
Directive Principles of State Policy
Union & State Executive
Parliament & State Legislature
Union & State Judiciary
Centre- State Relation
Amendment of Constitution
In the abovementioned table, we can observe that Fundamental Rights, Union of State & Executive, Parliament and State Legislature and Amendment of the Constitution carry 37 of total 50 marks. Hence, We can focus on those parts more to score more marks.
In coming article, we will analyse the the question paper of CLAT LLM 2015.