Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) Prep Course

India’s Most Comprehensive CLAT 2017 Classroom Coaching Program to help you embark on a glorious career journey in Law

  • 360+ hours
  • 200 Learners
  • Intermediate
  • 24x7 Online LMS

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  • Mon, 04/03/2017

Quick Stats

According to a report, India has huge potential in legal outsourcing, with number of jobs in field increasing to 79,000 by 2015.

CLAT is a single unified entrance test for reputed law schools.  

A fresh lawyer earn nearly ₹15,000 in a small town, while renowned SC advocate can earn upto 5 lakhs INR or more per appearance. 


Expert Faculty

Expert faculty members with years of teaching experience are selected through a rigorous 3 phase centralized selection process.

Tables and Formula Sheets

Tables and Formula Sheets to refer to as a ready reckoner of multiple topics, bundled as part of the reading material. 

Practice Exercises

More than 4,000 questions spread across all topics to help students practice at home or in classroom. 

Curriculum as per IBPS syllabus

Reading Material to understand the various concepts as per the IBPS syllabus.

Regular Updates

Flash cards, quizzes are sent on the mobile app as regular update to keep you updated on most recent happenings. 

Program Highlights:

Program Highlights

10000+ Mock & Practice Tests
Multiple mock tests covering the entire gamut of questions & provides ample practice and tips & tricks to clear exam easily.
Learning Platform & Mobile App
Books in downloadable ebook format to help brush concepts anywhere on any android device or desktop computer.
Comprehensive Study Material
5 books, 1350 pages, 100 chapters across all subjects & 2,000 solved examples covering concepts from basic to advanced level.

Who Should Attend


  • Twenty (20) Years of age as on 1st July 2017 in case of all Unreserved/NRIs/NRI Sponsored categories candidates.
  • Twenty Two (22) years of age as on 1st July 2017 in case of SC/ST/ OBC/Specially Abled Persons (SAP) category candidates

Qualifying Exam

  • 10+2 Pass
  • Appearing candidates have to submit results at the time of admission

Minimum Percentage Requirement

  • 45% for Unreserved /OBC /Specially Abled Persons (SAP)
  • 40% for SC/ST categories