CLAT SYLLABUS

CLAT Legal Aptitude Syllabus:

  1. Law, its nature and classification
  2. Legal term
  3. Important Indian act
  4. Legal G.K
  5. Criminal law
  6. Contract law
  7. Tort
  8. Legal maxim
  9. Important treaties and convention

CLAT Indian Constitution Syllabus:

  1. Constitutionof India: historical back ground
  2. Feature of the Indian constitution
  3. Preamble
  4. Fundamental rights
  5. Citizenship
  6. DPSP
  7. Emergency and Special provision of Indian constitution
  8. Constitutional and non-constitutional bodies of India
  9. Indian parliaments
  10. President and v-p
  11. Prime minister
  12. Supreme court of India
  13. Distribution of power b/w centre and states
  14. Indian federalism and centre state relation

CLAT Logical Reasoning Syllabus:

  1. Analogy
  2. Series
  3. Syllogism
  4. Coding –decoding
  5. Blood relation
  6. Direction sense test
  7. Odd one out
  8. Sitting arrangements
  9. Statements and conclusion
  10. Statements and assumption
  11. Statements and arguments
  12. Statements and course of action
  13. Cause and fact situation
  14. Principle and fact situation
  15. Passage and conclusion

CLAT English Syllabus:

  1. Synonyms and antonyms
  2. Idiom and phrases
  3. One word substitution
  4. Fill in the blanks & cloze test
  5. Spotting the error
  6. Comprehension
  7. Sentence improvements
  8. Ordering of words sentence

CLAT Mathematics Syllabus:

  1. Number system
  2. Simplification
  3. Equation
  4. Percentage
  5. Ration and proportion
  6. Average
  7. Profit and loss
  8. Simple & compound interest
  9. Trigonometry
  10. Geometry
  11. Probability
  12. Work, time & speed
  13. Volume and surface area of solid figure
  14. Taxation

CLAT General Knowledge Syllabus:

  1. Indian economy
  2. General science
  3. History
  4. Geography
  5. Miscellaneous general knowledge

DU LLB Entrance Exam Syllabus

English Language & Comprehension – This section tests a candidate’s knowledge and understanding of basic grammar like passive voice, active voice, antonyms, synonyms etc. The questions are of Class 12 level. Topics for English Language & Comprehension etc.

Jumbled words/ Sentences Fill in the blanks
Incorrect sentences Unseen passages
Essay-writing Reading comprehension

Weightage of Topics

Topics Weightage
Synonyms & Antonyms 22%
Word Meaning 5%
Fill in the blanks 28%
Reading Comprehension 19%
Spelling Error 3%
Sentence Correction 4%
Idiom and Phrases 6%
Odd Man Out 4%
One Word Substitution 8%
Para jumbles 1%

Analytical Abilities –This section assess a candidate’s ability to think logically and apply that while answering the questions. The topics that candidates should study in this sections are given below.

Series Blood Relations
Directions Critical Reasoning
Syllogism Analogy

Weightage of Topics

Topics Weightage
Syllogism 3%
Series 13%
Analogies 20%
Blood Relations 6%
Coding-Decoding 9%
Direction Problems 5%
Logical Puzzles 22%
Logical Reasoning 22%

Mathematics – Candidates will also get questions from Mathematics. Questions will be simple and of Class 10 level. The topics that candidates should prepare are given below.

Average Basic Arithmetics
Data Interpretation Number system
Percentage Profit and Loss
Ratio and Proportion Series
Time & Distance Time and Work

Weightage of Topics

Topics Weightage
Time and Work 2%
Average 8%
Time and Distance 7%
Series 2%
Ratio & Proportion 8%
Profit & Loss 7%
Percentage 10%
Number System 11%
Data Interpretation 18%
Basic Arithmetic 27%

General Knowledge & Current Affairs – This paper has no defined syllabus. The paper tests a candidate’s awareness regarding the recent happening in and around the world. Candidates should keep themselves abreast with the recent events to score well in this section. Candidates should cover important awards (Science, Sports, and Literatureetc.), UN bodies and their functions, knowledge of the Constitution or the Judicial System, Indian Geography and History. Candidates can prepare the following topics.

Books and Authors Current Affairs
Economics Environment
General Studies Geography
History Science
Sports Word Meanings

Legal Awareness & Aptitude

Maximum number of questions are asked from this section. Candidates can check the topics for this section below.

Constitution Contract Act
Criminal Law Hindu Marriage Act
Law of Torts Legal GK

Weightage of Topics

Topics Weightage
Constitution 30%
Legal GK 46%
Law of Torts 11%
Criminal Law 5%
Contract Act 5%