- 03/04/2017 at 12:00 am #2246Rakesh varmaMember
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- 03/04/2017 at 12:00 am #8190ManikantaMember
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The journey of Indian law schools from ‘institutionalised mediocrity’ (a term used by our former Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh) at a major conference on legal education some years back) to becoming centres of excellence in professional higher education has been fast. In just a decade or so, law has emerged as a sought after career.
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Universities, law school network
We have law schools, which are universities in themselves; like the premier National Law Universities or State Law Universities set up by Governments of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka, each set up under a separate Act of State Legislature. We also have Departments or Faculties or Schools of Law in the Central, State, Deemed or Private Universities. Further, there are hundreds of aided and unaided, government and private law colleges affiliated to these universities.
Increase in test-takers
Law entrance exams are becoming increasingly popular and competitive with the passing of each year. The number of applicants for Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) rose from 10,773 in 2008 to 25,769 in 2012. The number of applicants for the three-year LLB course by Delhi University’s (DU) Faculty of Law doubled from 6127 in 2008 to 11,384 students in 2012.