First Batch of Legal Studies Shines in Law Entrances

Shreya Singh – All India Rank 17 in IP University | Mansvini Jain – All India Rank 27 in CLAT and All India Rank 6 in AILET | Animesh Singh – Secured All India Rank 2 in CLAT | Dr. D. R. Saini (Principal) | Tapas Bhardwaj – Rank 1 in IP University in PWD | Owais Abbas – All India Rank 1 in IP University

6 students of Legal Studies got ranks in top 100 in various law entrance examinations through hard work and their parents’ blessings. The students worked under the guidance of the Principal, Dr. D.R Saini, who taught Legal Studies to the students in the school. He also constantly motivated the students to perform well in the field of law.

The Common Law Admission Test conducted for admissions to 16 National Law Universities (NLUs). CLAT 2015 was taken by around 40,000 students competing for around 1,700 undergraduate (UG) seats.

AILET 2015 – All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) is conducted by National Law University, Delhi for admissions into undergraduate and post graduate law programmes. The university has 80 seats for BA LLB.

Guru Gobind Singh University conducted IPUCET Law exam on May 9, 2015 to enroll candidates for as many as 1395 seats in various UG law programmes in around 9 affiliated colleges for BA LLB course

Animesh Singh has secured All India Rank 2 in CLAT.

Mansvini Jain scored All India rank 27 in CLAT. She has also scored All India rank 6 in AILET (All India law entrance test) which is conducted for National Law School Delhi.

Owais Abbas scored All India Rank 1 in IP University in the general category.

Shreya Singh and Akshat scored All India Rank 17 and 21 respectively in IP University in the general category.

Tapas Bhardwaj, who is a visually impaired student, and has been the Head Boy of the school scored Rank 1 in IP University in PWD category, all India Rank 35 in CLAT in PWD category.