Universal Institute of Legal Studies has modeled its ‘Long Term’ Programme on the principle that strong roots result in better trees and sweet fruits. Accordingly, UILS ‘Long Term’ programme is specifically targeted at students of class XI aiming to join one of the following premier law schools of the country after class XII:
- National Law School of India University, Bangalore
- NALSAR, Hyderabad
- National Law University, Delhi
- National University of Judicial Science (NUJS), Kolkata
- National Law Institute University, Bhopal
- National Law University, Jodhpur
- Gujarat National Law University
- Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur
- Symbiosis Law College, Pune
The entrance tests of top Law Schools attract thousands of candidates and as such, competition is tough. There is a Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) for all major National Law Schools like NLSIU Bangalore, NALSAR Hyderabad, NUJS Kolkata and other National Law Schools. However there shall be separate entrance exams for Symbiosis Pune, IP University Delhi and other Institutes and Universities offering 5 years LL.B. courses. UILS has designed a specific comprehensive postal as well as classroom course keeping in view the changed scenario.
It has been observed that Law as a career attracts students of all streams (Sciences, Commerce, Humanities & others), therefore, making it obvious that LL.B. education academically has got nothing to do with the choice of subjects in Class XI. Thus, UILS has come up with a unique package to meet the ever growing intellectual needs of law entrance applicants.
Our preparatory course has been conceptualized and designed by a team of experienced professors of law schools and experts in the education field. The course takes care of the minute details of each and every entrance test and highlights the special attention required in different areas for different entrance tests.
Components of UILS Long Term Programme - Class XI
A comprehensive study material package of 15 Books provides an indepth coverage of various concepts based on the past question papers of various law schools. The effort is to provide balanced coverage to all sections and there is no lop sided coaching.
A complete list of books provided to the students is as follows:
- English – I
- English – II
- General Studies – I
- General Studies – II
- Legal Aptitude
- Legal G.K
- Legal Reasoning-I
- Legal Reasoning-II
- Logical Reasoning-I
- Logical Reasoning-II
- Mathematical Aptitude
- Multiple Choice Questions
- Constitution & Polity
- Question Bank on Constitution & Polity
- Solved Papers
n addition to all the features of UILS – Postal, UILS – Classroom programme consists of tutorials by experienced faculty and alumni.
The Classroom Programme has two main terms :
Term 1: Term 1 consists of more than 60 hours of lectures on weekends from July to December 2017.
Term 2: Term 2 consists of more than 60 hours of lectures on weekends from July to December 2018.
Term 3: Term 3 consists of more than 80 hours of intensive classroom session from March end- May 2019 just before the Entrance Exams.
In both the terms the full course is comprehensively covered separately. The students can opt for both the terms or individual terms.
A number of Mock Tests are provided on the pattern of CLAT, NLU-Delhi, IP University and others to gauge personal preparation of individual students.
The Mock Tests are undertaken on replicated Optimal Mark Recognition (OMR) papers by students. These Mock Tests provide a real feel of the exam environment and an element of healthy competition among the students. The faculty undertakes constructive analysis of the students’ performance in these tests to identify the areas which need further focus.
Additionally, to all the candidates enrolled with the UILS, materials dwelling upon the burning legal issues of the day and the crucial judgments pronounced by the law courts are dispatched at regular intervals to keep them updated about the goings-on in the legal world. Besides, a copy of the monthly legal magazine published by the Universal Group, Lawyers Update, is also supplied in order to help the students keep themselves informed about the current legal issues and other things that concern students, lawyers and legal fraternity at large. For the same reason Newsline, which is a small leaflet covering current affairs, legal news and legal facts and figures, is also supplied to the students fortnightly in addition to Lawyers Update. Newsline has been designed by the UILS as a current affairs chronicle specifically for its students.
Trial Mock Examination is accessible to all on the UILS website while the online Mock Examinations based on entrance tests conducted by top law schools can be taken by the registered UILS students.
Students of the UILS have the liberty to approach the institution for any queries or clarification that they might need through phone as well as through e-mail. All queries are responded to forthwith.