Posted by: V K Singh | April 17, 2010

Online Training And Coaching For All-India Bar Entrance Examination

India is not providing qualitative and skilled legal education. As a result we are producing thousands of law graduates but not even hundreds of lawyers. Thanks to the techno-legal training, coaching and educational initiative by Perry4Law, now law graduates would be transformed into hard core legal professionals.

The initiative would also provide coaching and training for an all India Bar entrance examination very soon that is in the pipeline. From now onwards there would be an all India level entrance test for law graduates in India. The basic aim of the same is to maintain the quality of legal education in India as well as to have better lawyers and judges in the courts.

The importance of this initiative also spells from the fact that the Supreme Court of India in December 2009 directed for the conduct of an all India based Bar examination that would screen non-serious candidates and would allow only qualified law graduates to practice in the courts. The parameter of knowledge would be set through the entrance test and only successful law graduates would alone be allowed to practice in courts.

The best part about the initiative is that it would also provide training and skill development in the fields like cyber law, cyber security, cyber forensics, digital evidencing, etc. These fields are upcoming legal fields and they would definitely be included in the entrance test.

Since the seats at initiative managed by PTLB are limited, an early enrolment could be of beneficial, especially if the same also carries a “preferential treatment” for subsequent training and skill development courses conducted by it from time to time. Some of the techno-legal segments of Perry4Law supporting this initiative are Perry4Law Techno-Legal Base (PTLB), Perry4Law Techno-Legal ICT Training Centre (PTLITC), etc.



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