Statutory Councils In India

Statutory Councils of India are responsible for recognition of courses, promotion of professional institutions and providing grants to different ​programmes and various awards. 1. All India Council of Technical Education - AICTE 2. Medical Council of India - MCI 3. National Council for Teacher Education - NCTE 4. Dental Council of India – DCI 5. Pharmacy Council… Continue reading Statutory Councils In India

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The Serampore College Act, 1918 [ West Bengal ]

Bengal Act 4 of 1918 [1st May, 1918] An Act to supplement, and in certain matters to supersede, the Royal Charter of Incorporation and the Statute and Regulation of the Serampore College. Whereas on the 23rd day of February, 1827, the institution established in Serampore, Bengal, and known as the Serampore College, was incorporated by Royal… Continue reading The Serampore College Act, 1918 [ West Bengal ]

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University Codes in India

UNIVERSITY GRANT COMMISSION Aligarh Muslim University Act, 1920 All India Council For Technical Education Act,1987 All India Institute of Medical Science Act,1956 Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University Act, 1994 Banaras Hindu University Act, 1915 Central Agricultural University Act, 1992 Central Educational Institutions (Reservation In Admission) Act, 2006 Central Universities Act,2009 Delhi University Act, 1922 Delivery of… Continue reading University Codes in India


T.M.A. Pai Foundation and others vs State of Karnataka and others[ALL SC 2002 OCTOBER]

KEYWORDS:- Establishment of educational institutions-Fundamental right- DATE:-31-10-2002 Supreme Court not to create substantive Constitutional rights in the name of guaranteeing equal protection The only interplay between Articles 29(2) and 30(1) is that once State aid is taken, then students of all communities must be admitted. In other words, no citizen can be refused admission on… Continue reading T.M.A. Pai Foundation and others vs State of Karnataka and others[ALL SC 2002 OCTOBER]



Law Library Clat for Under Graduate Students 2017 PATTERN OF QUESTION PAPERS FOR ADMISSION TO UG COURSE IN CLAT-2017 (a) Maximum Marks : 200 (b) Duration of CLAT-2017 Exam : 02:00 Hours (c) Multiple-Choice Questions : 200 questions of one mark each (d) Subject areas with weightage: 1. English including Comprehension : 40 Marks 2.… Continue reading CLAT