Lawctopus Law School is organizing a free and open webinar on ‘Preparing for UGC NET (Law) Examination’ on February 25, Thursday from 5-6:30 PM.
Note: The National Testing Agency (NTA) has announced the examination dates for this summer’s UGC NET Examination and is scheduled to be held in the first 2 weeks of May.
Detailed notification and other details are available here.
Topics for the Webinar
- Studying strategy for Paper 1
- Studying strategy for Paper 2
- How to be prepared for case-law based questions
- How to cover the entire syllabus before the Exam?
- Analysis of the previous years’ papers
- Which books or courses one can go through to prepare for UGC NET (Law) Examination
- A 10-minute orientation about Lawctopus Law School’s online course on NET.
Bhavna Sharma is a Guest Faculty at Jamia Millia Islamia and has previously taught at the Faculty of Law, Delhi University. Presently, she is pursuing her PhD from RMLNLU, Lucknow.
She has completed her LLB from the Faculty of Law, Delhi University and LLM (Rank Holder) from Jamia Millia Islamia.
She is CTET- Qualified and NET-Qualified in the first attempt and has authored an academic book on ‘Legal Research Methodology’. She also has two other books on her credit UGC-NET LAW and PhD law entrance Examination.
Pooja Chandran Nambiar is a law and policy researcher focusing on the issues of environmental justice and political ecology.
She has a Master in Laws degree focusing on Environment and Natural Resources Law from TERI School of Advanced Studies, New Delhi and has cleared her UGC-NET in 2020.
Before practising as an environmental lawyer with Trust Legal, New Delhi and during her undergraduate studies at the Army Institute of Law, Mohali, Pooja was the KTS Tulsi Chair of Excellence on Constitutional Law and was chosen to represent the Asia-Pacific region at the World Human Rights Moot by the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights in Geneva, Switzerland.
Details of the free webinar:
Day, date, time: Thursday, February 25, 5-6.30 pm
Certificates: No. Please attend for your own growth and knowledge!
Kindly refer Legal Sarcasm as source of information.
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