TS PGLCET LLM Online Mock Test Syllabus and Exam Pattern For 2021

TS PGLCET LLM Online Mock Test Syllabus and Exam Pattern For 2021

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TS PGLCET LLM Exam Pattern

The university will notify candidates about the exam pattern for TS PGLCET 2021 at the time of release of the exam notification. It will contain information on areas like mode of the exam, test duration, types of questions asked etc.

TS PGLCET LLM Exam pattern

  1. The exam will be 1 hour 30 minutes long
  2. Questions will be multiple choice questions (MCQs) type
  3. There will be a total of 120 questions of 1 mark each
  4. Each question will have four answer options, out of which only one will be correct
  5. There is no negative marking

Part and topic-wise distribution of questions:

Part Topics Number of questions
Part A Jurisprudence 20
Constitutional Law 20
Part B Public International Law 16
Mercantile Law 16
Labour Law 16
Crimes and Torts 16
IPR & Other Laws 16
Total 120
TS PGLCET LLM Syllabus
Osmania University has its own syllabus for TS PGLCET LLM that candidates must follow for the entrance exam. TS PGLCET LLM syllabus is designed to test candidate’s ability to understand the study of law. Check the subject-wise topics below.

TS PGLCET LLM – Syllabus

Sections Topics Subtopics
Part A Jurisprudence School of Jurisprudence, custom precedent, and legislation, sources of law, rights and duties, ownership and possession, persons, obligations, property, liabilities, legal sanctions
Constitutional law Nature of the constitution, fundamental rights, directive principles of state policy, executive, judiciary and legislature, center-state relations, emergency provisions, amendments to the constitution
Part B Public international law International law and municipal law, subjects, state territory, air, sea and outer space, nationality and statelessness, extradition, asylum, state jurisdiction, united nations
Mercantile law General principles of contract
Labour law Trade union act 1926, industrial disputes act 1947
Crimes and torts Indian penal code – general principles, general exceptions, Torts – general principles, defense, joint liabilities, state liabilities of torts, consumer protection act, 1986
IPR and other laws Copyright act, 1957, patents act, 2005,

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