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GNDU CET 2016 - Exam Pattern
Exam Paper Type : Online | Exam Duration : 2.0 Hr
|Part -I Objective Question (Legal and Constitutional History, Jurisprudence, Law of Contract, Family Law, Law of Torts and Consumer Protection, Public International Law, Company Law, Environmental Law, Criminal Law, Constitutional Law)||60 Minutes||50||50|
|Part - II (Subjective Questions)||60 Minutes||50||10|
- Objective Questions: 50 Marks
- Subjective Questions: 50 Marks
- Total Marks - 100 marks
- Total Questions - 60
- Test Duration- 2 hours
- Marking System – There is 1 mark for every correct answer for Objective type questions and 5 marks for every Subjective type question. There will be no negative marking.
GNDU CET 2016 Syllabus
- Prospectus — Members — Shareholder
- Modes of winding up of companies
- Definition and attributes of Company
- Director, Manager and Secretary
- Promoters and Registration
- Definition, Nature, Scope and Importance of International Law
- International Organizations
- Position of Individual in International Law
- The Legal Regime of the Seas
- State Recognition
- Meaning and Definition of Jurisprudence
- Nature of Obligation
- Definition and kinds of Ownership
- Nature of personality
- Sources of Law
- General exceptions
- Concept of crime
- Offences by or relating to public servants
- Offences affecting human body (offences affecting human life) Culpable Homicide and Murder
- Offences affecting the public health
- Capacity of the parties
- Indemnity and Guarante
- Contract of Partnership
- Quasi Contract
- Property - Possession and Rules relating to passing of property
- Contract of Agency
- Discharge of Contracts
- Specific Relief
- Definition and essentials of a valid Contract
- Marriage - Definition
- Concept of Adoption
- Waqf _ Definition - Essentials of Waqf
- Matrimonial Remedies under the Hindu Marriage Act
- Divorce - Classification of divorce
- Succession – Intestate succession
- Sources of Hindu Law
- Origin and development of Muslim Law
- The law relating to the preservation, conservation and protection of forests
- Common Law remedies against pollution
- The Constitution of India
- The meaning and definition of environment
- International Environmental Regime
- Rights against Exploitation
- Nature and Salient Features of Indian Constitution
- Constitutional -Meaning and Significance
- Directive Principles of State Policy
- Right to Equality and Freedoms or Restrictions
- Common Law and the Consumer
- Defamation - Negligence
- General Defenses to an action in Torts
- Malicious Prosecution
- Nature of Law of Torts
GNDU CET Exam Prepartions FAQ
1) What are the eligibility criteria for taking GNDU CET LLM ?
L.L.B (Professional) Degree of Guru nanak Dev University or any other University/Institution recognized as equivalent with at least 55% marks in aggregate of all the three years/five years as the case may be.
2) Am I eligible with 54.99 % in LLB? (Candidate Category - General)
No, refer official website for minimum percentage and/or CGPA requirement.
3) I have secured an eligible rank in the GNDU LLM entrance examination. My aggregate percentage is 54% in qualifying examination. Can I attend counselling?
No. For admission to LLM, the eligibility is "minimum aggregate of 55% in the qualifying examination".
4) While entering the 12th exam marks, should I include the practical marks also? Can I include 11th and 12th year marks?
The subject-wise and aggregate marks are to be given for the 12th year examination only. Don't include the 11th year exam marks. For practical marks, use the method used by your board to calculate the subject-wise marks.
5) If I complete my exam before two hours, can I leave early?
No. even if you complete the exam before the scheduled end time, you will not be allowed to leave the exam hall. You are allowed to leave the exam only after the scheduled two hours of exam are over. You cannot leave in between the exam even if you finish the exam early.
6) Is it possible to alter the sequence of answering the sections?
No. Sections are taken in the order that they appear in the test book. Candidates are allowed to work only on the section being timed by the invigilators, at any given point of time. Candidates are not permitted to go back to an earlier section or go forward to a later section, even if they finish before the section time is called.