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Mukta Das worked in Human Resource Consulting and taught for the CLAT at IMS on the weekends. After reasonable successes with students cracking the top NLUs she gave up her lucrative career to teach full time at home. She has an exacting self-designed course and works with small batches in Kolkata. She also has a CLAT help group on Facebook called éclat to help her online students which basically focuses on teaching the correct…Continue
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Debajyoti is an alumnus of HNLU Raipur, who in spite of getting through to NLSIU Bangalore, chose to stay back at HNLU, and graduated with flying colours. He was a recipient of the prestigious Microsoft Intellectual Property Scholarship in 2009-10. Not just content to shine in academics, he was also an avid debater and a star mooter. He was with CLAT Possible in their building stages and went on to join one of India’s most prestigious law firms, Amarchand…Continue
Surabhi is part of the team of CLAT Possible and the face of Team Satyam Lucknow. She is an alumnus of Hindu College, and also got the Fulbright Scholarship to the University of California. She has been mentoring aspirants in non-science fields, and is an expert at the English section of entrance examinations.…Continue
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Nishant Prasad is a fourth year student of NALSAR Hyderabad and has been an editor of the logical reasoning section at CLAT Gyan. He now offers one-on-one assistance to CLAT aspirants and is a specialist in cracking reasoning questions.…Continue
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Popularly known as Asad, Mohammad Asadulla Shareef is the founder and managing editor of the immensely popular CLATGyan, the seeds for which were sown during his own preparation for CLAT when he was anxious to…
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Adheer Som is a freelance logician. He is an alumnus of St. Stephen’s College, Delhi, and is currently associated with CLAT Possible as a tutor in logical reasoning.
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Adheer: An average grasp of the English language is all that is…Continue
Since it is now very common for most law entrances to ask questions on legal GK and legal history, it will be a great idea to read up on the following subjects:
Development Under British East India Company
The Regulating Act for India, 1773
By 1773 the…
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