TS LAWCET 2020 PATTERN & SYLLABUS
NATIONAL LEVEL OFFLINE TEST
TS LAWCET Exam Pattern: Exam for both the papers will be carried out in computer-based mode. This year, Osmania University has scheduled the papers for May 27, 2020 across 12 cities in the state of Telangana.
Latest Update: TSCHE has released TS LAWCET Application Form on March 6, 2020. Interested candidates can Apply Here
|Conducting Body||Osmania University on behalf of TSCHE|
|Mode of Examination||Computer Based Test i.e. Online|
|Number of Sections||3 sections|
|Nature of Questions||Objective Type|
|Duration of Exam||1 hour 30 minutes|
|Medium of Exam||Telugu, Urdu and English|
|Number of Questions||120|
|TS LAWCET Marking Scheme||1 mark for each question|
No provision of negative marking
Osmania University will hold the exam on behalf of TSCHE (Telangana State Council of Higher Education). There are three sections in the paper:
Part A: General Knowledge and Mental Ability
Part B: Current Affairs
Part C: Aptitude for the Study of Law
Telangana Law CET offers two programs. Both the papers have same sections but the difficulty level varies. Tabulated below is the section-wise distribution:
|General Knowledge and Mental Ability||30|
|Aptitude for the Study of Law||60|
The law entrance examination will be a Computer Based Test. Each candidate will be appointed a computer at TS LAWCET Exam Center only. It is suggested that each test taker must practice through ‘Online Test Series’ only (available shortly).
The examination tests the following abilities of candidates:
Courses offered under 3 Year and 5 Year LLB programs are tabulated below:
|3-year LLB Program||5-year LLB Program|
|LLB (Hons.)||BA LLB (Hons.)|
In case of more than one candidate obtaining same marks, the following criteria will be followed:
There is no official syllabus set for TS LAWCET 2020. The exam will have three parts and will evaluate candidates across various parameters.
The section is divided into two subsections namely general knowledge and mental ability. General knowledge means Static knowledge/ facts that have happened before. It could be related to people/ places/ things etc.
Some of the frequently asked topics are:
Preparation Tip(s): To score better, read Lucent’s GK book or GK book by GK Pub. Mental Ability, regularly practice logical and analytical questions related to verbal/non-verbal series, blood relationships, analytical reasoning, linear arrangements, etc.
Answer questions that are formulated on the basis of ongoing news topics and current affairs. This implies that candidates must remain up-to-date with the significant and essential events and occurrences taking place across the world.
Preparation Tip(s): Regularly read newspapers and magazines.
Candidates appearing for exam will be tested on the basis of their elementary knowledge regarding the basic principles of the Law and Constitution of India.
This section will cover the following topics:
Preparation Tip(s): It is suggested to go through various elementary level Social Studies books.
CheckTS LAWCET Syllabus
Tabulated below are books to prepare better for the law entrance examination:
|A Complete Self Study Guide for LLB Entrance Exam||Arihant Experts|
|Study Package for CLAT & LLB||AP Bhardwaj|
|Constitution of India||Bakshi P.M|
|Guide to judicial service examinations||Universal|
|Legal Awareness/ Legal Reasoning||Bhardwaj|
|Objective General English 1st edition||R.S. Agarwal|
|Analytical Reasoning||M.K. Pandey|
|Legal aptitude for CLAT and other law entrance exam||A.P. Bhardwaj|
|The Ultimate Guide to the LLB Entrance Examination||M A Rashid|
|The Pearson Guide to the LLB Entrance Exam||Thorpe|
|LLB Entrance Examination Guide||Pankaj Kr. Jaiswal|
|LAWCET Study Material with Previous Papers (Paperback)||Vikram Editorial Board|
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College
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