University of Chicago Law School

Applicants have the option of submitting the Law School Admission Test (LSAT), Graduate Record Examination (GRE), or Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) (if applicable – see below for details) as part of the Law School’s pilot program. You must have a current LSAT, GRE, or GMAT score (earned within the last five years) on file before the Admissions Committee will evaluate your application.

The application fee is $85 (U.S. funds only), and you must pay the application fee by credit card when you submit your application through LSAC.

Student Body at a Glance (as of September 2019)

Total J.D. Student Body, 2018-19 600

Men 53.0%
Women 47.0%
African American (32) 5.3%
Asian American (57) 9.5%
Latino/a (76) 12.7%
Two or More Ethnicities Reported (31) 5.2%
Foreign National (12) 2.0%

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Master Degree in Astronomy and Astrophysics – University of Rome

Faculty of Mathematical, Physical and Natural Sciences

Programme

The Master’s Degree Programme in Astronomy and Astrophysics has a two-year duration and awards 120 ECTS. Admission to this programme is not restricted and takes place by means of the assessment of the student’s curricular requisites and personal skills.

The learning outcomes of the Master’s Degree Programme in Astronomy and Astrophysics depend on the relating class (LM-58, Science of the Universe).

Masters graduates in Astronomy and Astrophysics have achieved the following learning outcomes:

• a mastery of the scientific research method, based on a sound background in classical and modern physics and the necessary expertise in the use of mathematical methodologies and IT tools;

• an excellent knowledge of modern astronomy and astrophysics, with wide scientific, operational, observation and theoretical skills in the issues relating to the class;

• advanced skills in modern instrumentation and observation techniques, in the data collection and analysis procedures as well as in model building.

Thanks to this degree programme, masters graduates can be admitted to PhD schools, 2nd level professional masters and can hold technical and managerial duties in Civil Service and in the private sector.

In particular, masters graduates may become laboratory technicians, scientific programmers, data analysts, software developers for scientific and industrial applications, commercial technicians for customer support (for example, in case of instrumentation manufacturers). By taking advantage of their cross-curricular mathematical and technical skills, masters graduates may successfully cooperate with other professionals such as engineers, managers and IT specialists.

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Curriculum of Darul Uloom Deoband India

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FIRST YEAR

SubjectBooks
Bio Graph of Prophet (syrat)Syrat-e-Khatimul Anbiya (By: Mufti Md. Shafi)
Conjugation-Grammar (Sarf)Arabic Primer; Mizanus-Sarf and Munsha’ib

(complete); Panj Ganj (complete

Syntax (NahvMemorizing of Nahv-e-Mir (complete); Sharh-e- Mi’ata A’mil (complete).
Arabic LiteratureMiftahul Arabia Part 1,2, & Alqira’atul Waziha (1)
LogicTaiseer al-Mantiq
Chirography

 (Khush-navisi)

Correct writing and Dictation
Cantillation: (Tajvid)Exercise in cant illation in the first quarter of the Para-e-Amm
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Master of Laws (LLM) in Common Law: The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK)

Master of Laws (LLM) in Common Law

 

The common law is a dynamic and exciting legal system which unites millions of people across the world, in such varied cultures as Hong Kong, Singapore, England, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, India, and across the United States. This course will furnish students with substantive knowledge of Hong Kong law in some core common law subjects, and further develop the skills necessary to engage with the common law tradition more widely. Through the electives, students are given an opportunity to deepen their knowledge of the common law, or complement it with the study of new subjects.

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Doing a Master of Law 1 year course from Manchester University

Degree awarded: Master of Laws (LLM)

Duration: 1 year (full-time)

Cost: £10000/

Entry requirements: A minimum Upper Second class honours degree, or the equivalent, in law.

One can apply Four times in a year :

  • 1 November (decision by 8 December; accept offer by 15 January);
  • 7 January (decision by 14 February, accept offer by 16 March);
  • 2 March (decision by 8 April, accept offer by 8 May);
  • 1 May (decision by 1 June, accept offer by 1 July).

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UGC NET Syllabus in International and Area Studies

INTERNATIONAL LAW

UGC NET/JRF/SET/SLET Syllabus for International and Area Studies, Politics including International Relations/International Studies including Defence/Strategic Studies, West Asian Studies, South East Asian Studies, African Studies, South Asian Studies, Soviet Studies, American Studies.

Code No: 90 is given below

UGC NET Paper-2 Syllabus

The following part of the UGC NET syllabus were previously under UGC NET Paper-2 and Paper-3 (Part-A) syllabus in International and Area Studies, however, as UGC has now only two papers i.e. UGC NET Paper-1 which is general and compulsory for all subjects and UGC NET Paper-2 on the specific subject (including all electives, without options) instead of previous three papers i.e. UGC NET Paper-1 which was general and compulsory for all subjects and UGC NET Paper-2 and Paper-3 on the specific subject, so, now-a-days, the following part is also considered as part of the UGC NET Paper-2 syllabus.

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UGC NET Syllabus in Environmental Sciences

 UGC NET/JRF/SET/SLET Syllabus for Environmental Sciences

Code No: 89 is given below

UGC NET Paper-2 Syllabus

The following part of the UGC NET syllabus were previously under UGC NET Paper-2 and Paper-3 (Part-A and Part-B), however, as UGC has now only two papers i.e. UGC NET Paper-1 which is general and compulsory for all subjects and UGC NET Paper-2 on the specific subject (including all electives, without options) instead of previous three papers i.e. UGC NET Paper-1 which was general and compulsory for all subjects and UGC NET Paper-2 and Paper-3 on the specific subject, so, now-a-days, the following part is also considered as part of the UGC NET Paper-2 syllabus.

Unit – I

Definition, principles and scope of Environmental Science.

Earth, Man and Environment. Ecosystems, Pathways in Ecosystems.

Physico-chemical and Biological factors in the Environment.

Geographical classification and zones.

Structure and composition of atmosphere, hydrosphere, lithosphere and biosphere. Mass and Energy transfer across the various interfaces, material balance. First and Second law of thermodynamics, heat transfer processes. Scale of Meteorology, pressure, temperature, precipitation, humidity, radiation and wind. Atmospheric stability, inversions and mixing heights, windroses.

Natural resources, conservation and sustainable development.

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UGC NET Syllabus in Defence and Strategic Studies

NTA UGC NET/JRF/SET/SLET Syllabus for Defence and Strategic Studies

Code No: 11 is given below

UGC NET Paper-2 Syllabus

The following part of the UGC NET syllabus were previously under UGC NET Paper-2 and Paper-3 (Part-A and Part-B), however, as UGC has now only two papers i.e. UGC NET Paper-1 which is general and compulsory for all subjects and UGC NET Paper-2 on the specific subject (including all electives, without options) instead of previous three papers i.e. UGC NET Paper-1 which was general and compulsory for all subjects and UGC NET Paper-2 and Paper-3 on the specific subject, so, now-a-days, the following part is also considered as part of the UGC NET Paper-2 syllabus.

Unit – A

Theories and Concepts

Defence and Strategic Studies: Assumptions and Approaches.

The Concepts of Nation:

State and Nation – State

Theories and Elements of State

National Power and its Components

Key Concepts of Security: National Security, Regional Security, Comprehensive Security, Common Security, Equal Security

National Security Objectives: Core Values, National Interests.

Challenges to Security: Individual, Sub – National; National, Regional and International Levels.

Non – Alignment, Balance of Power, Collective Security and Balance of Terror – Concept, Development and Relevance.

Concepts of Geopolitics and Geo – Strategy: Theories of Halford Mackinder and Carl Haushofer.

Defence and Security Policies: Concept, Formulation, Objectives and Linkages.

National Security Organizations in India:

Higher Defence Structure in India

National Security Council

Para – Military and Civil Defence

Civil – Military Relations

Deterrence and Detente : Concept, Theories of nuclear deterrence and their current relevance.

Contribution to Strategic thought by Kautilya, Mao, Jomini, Clausewitz, Douhet and Alfred Mahan.

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UGC NET Syllabus in Comparative Study of Religions

NTA UGC NET/JRF/SET/SLET Syllabus for Comparative Study of Religions

Code No: 62 is given below

UGC NET Paper-2 Syllabus

The following part of the UGC NET syllabus were previously under UGC NET Paper-2 and Paper-3 (Part-A and Part-B), however, as UGC has now only two papers i.e. UGC NET Paper-1 which is general and compulsory for all subjects and UGC NET Paper-2 on the specific subject (including all electives, without options) instead of previous three papers i.e. UGC NET Paper-1 which was general and compulsory for all subjects and UGC NET Paper-2 and Paper-3 on the specific subject, so, now-a-days, the following part is also considered as part of the UGC NET Paper-2 syllabus [this part was previously Paper-2 and Paper-3 (Part-A and Part-B)]

Unit I: Nature and Scope of Religion

Concept of Religion.

Significance of and Approaches to the Study of Religions (Historical, Anthropological, Sociological, Philosophical, Phenomenological so on).

Founders and Propounders of Religions.

Major Scriptures (Veda – s, Jaina Agama – s,Tripitake, Bible, Quran, Guru Granth Saheb, Avesta etc).

Individual and Social Aspects of Religion.

Harmony of Religions and Interfaith Dialogue.

Modern Challenges to Religions (Materialism, Rationalism, Agnosticism, Atheism and so on).

Some basic concepts common to most of the Tribal Religions :

Unified concept encompassing the whole universe and all grades of existence.

The ideas behind in various primitive societies : Manaism, Totemism, Tabooism, Animism, Magic, etc.

Manifestations of Tribal Religions in individual and social life of Adivasi People.

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Criminology UGC NET Syllabus for Paper-2

Unit-I

Crime as a Legal, Social and PsychologicalConstruct; Deviance and Crime; Traditional Crimes: Crimes against Property and Person(Children, Women, Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ), Marginalized, Men). Victimless Crimes: Alcoholism, Drug Addiction, Beggary, Commercial Sex, Suicide; Family-centred Crimes: Dowry, Domestic Violence, Child Abuse; Community Problems: Inter-religion and Inter-caste tensions and conflicts.Modern Crimes: Organized Crimes, Economic Crimes, Corruption, Corporate Crimes, Development induced Crime, Environmental Crimes, Hate Crimes, Cyber Crimes and Cyber assisted Crimes.Terrorism and Insurgency; Crime and Politics.Media, Technology and Crime.Transnational Crimes.

Unit–II

Criminology: Definition and Scope; Criminology and other Social Sciences; Criminology vs. Criminal Justice. Structure of Criminal Justice System in India; Role of LegislatureandLaw making; Coordination among criminal justice system. Participation of Victims and Witnesses in the Criminal Justice Process.Crime Prevention: Neighbourhood Involvement, Situational Crime Prevention, Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED), Electronic Monitoring.

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