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CLAT COACHING IN CHANDIGARH BY KRISHNA LAW ACADEMY ( A TEAM OF TOP FACULTY IN INDIA ) CLAT Achievers Course - (Long Term Classroom Program) 1. Duration of this program is one year. 2. It starts in the first week of April. 3. Face to face guidance by a team of experts. 4. 3000+ pages Study Material. 5. Study Material includes 5 Basic Study Modules, CLAT FOCUS Current Affairs monthly online magazine, Practice exercises, class notes, hand outs designed & developed according to the revised pattern of CLAT. 6.Test Series of more than 100+ Mock CLAT Tests. 7.The tests have been designed keeping in mind the changing pattern of CLAT. 8. A/c classroom. 9. Paying Guest Facility separate for boys & girls (arranged). 10.Seminar on ‘Paper Attempting Strategy’. 11.Workshop for ‘Test Taking Techniques’. 12.Practice sessions for speed building with accuracy. 13.Regular Problem Solving Sessions (PSS) along with completion of each topic. 14.Online Test and Tutorials 15.Course Fee - Please contact our student helpline number , 99880-03622, 94171-93622 Target Course - (Crash Course) 1.Duration of this program is 30 days. 2.It starts in the first week of April. 3.Face to face guidance by a team of experts. 4.3000+ pages Study Material. 5.Study Material includes 5 Basic Study Modules, CLAT FOCUS Current Affairs monthly online magazine, Practice exercises, class notes, hand outs designed & developed according to the revised pattern of CLAT. 6.Test Series of more than 100+ Mock CLAT Tests. 7.The tests have been designed keeping in mind the changing pattern of CLAT. 8.AC classrooms. 9.Paying Guest Facility separate for boys & girls (arranged). 10.Seminar on ‘Paper Attempting Strategy’. 11.Workshop for ‘Test Taking Techniques’. 12.Practice sessions for speed building with accuracy. 13.Regular Problem Solving Sessions (PSS) along with completion of each topic. 14.Online Test and Tutorials 15.Course Fee - Please contact our student helpline number 94171-93622, 99880-03622. Postal / Correspondence / Online CLAT Course 1.This Course is Suitable for the students who are unable to attend the classroom contact Program but are determined to beat the competition & need study material and practice papers for CLAT preparation. 2.Study Material includes 5 Basic Study Modules, CLAT FOCUS Current Affairs monthly online magazine, 3.20+ Solved Papers(CLAT, NLSIU, NALSAR, NUJS) guide, practice exercises + handouts + newsletters + regular Email support 4.Test series containing more than 100 Mock CLAT Tests. 5.The tests have been designed keeping in mind the changing pattern of CLAT. 6.Newsletters which will not only have the information of latest changes in entrance test papers over the years but also have the topics like how to attempt test, test taking strategies, speed enhancement techniques , etc. 7.Course Material will be Delivered Quickly to your door step through Speed post services and online also. 8.Course Fee - Please contact our student helpline number 94171-93622, 99880-03622. KSA Span Our flagship 2 year program, KSA Span offers students comprehensive preparation for the CLAT and other major law exams. The program is ideal for the students who are in class XI, or who have just passed Class X. Program Highlights: 66 + 148 teaching hours - 2 classes of 2 hours each every week 18 mock tests Top law schools alumni as mentors for all Legal Aptitude classes In - class and post - class material for diagnostics, customized online exercises and progressive tests In the first year, students are provided a separate account containing legal knowledge, GK supplements and quizzes. Second year onwards, all the features of Regular Batch will be available. CLAT Test series KSA's immensely popular CLAT Test Series offers a comprehensive preparation program consisting of our custom designed Mock tests and assisted by a top-of-the-line e-learning platform to prepare students for the law schools entrance exams. The program features are: A total of 18 Mock tests (proctored and un-proctored) Performance tracking and analysis tools, designed to help streamline preparation and increase focus on weak areas. Mock tests based on pattern of past years' question papers, keeping in mind the pattern announced by CLAT in current year. Study material/quizzes for vocabulary, GK and Legal Awareness, periodically updated online. For more details visit - www.krishnastudyacademy.com © All rights reserved krishna ias academy, sco 161, sector 34, chandigarh.
[10/21, 19:57] Sachin: Schedule of lectures this weekend - Saturday - 22nd October 2016 8 AM to 10 AM- Evidence Act by Anjali Mam- in regular batch-second last lecture 10 AM to 2 PM- Evidence Act by Mamta Mam- In weekend batch- Last lecture- Subject ending 2:30 PM onwards- Muslim Law by Suman Mam- In weekend batch- New subject starting [10/23, 22:44] Sachin: Schedule of lectures -on Monday - 24th October 2016 9 AM to 11 AM- IPC - New subject starting 11:30 AM to 2 PM- Contract Act- New subject starting 2:30 PM to 5:30 PM-Hindu Adoption and maintenance Act- New subject starting 5:30 PM to 7 PM- Sale of Goods Act- New subject starting
One Liners- 1.) Which is the first university of the world-Taxila University 2.) Who was the first woman president of UN General Assembly-Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit(1953) 3.) Who was the first person to step on the moon-Neil Armstrong(USA) 4.) Name the first European to visit China-Marco Polo 5.) Who was the first person to hit double century in One Day International Match-Sachin Tendulkar 6.) Which was the first country to make a constitution-USA 7.) Which was the first country to sign to a nuclear deal with India-France 8.) Name the country which had started Civil Services Competition for the first time-China 9.) Name the first religion of the World-Sanatan Dharma 10.) world's first cloned human baby-Eve 11.) Which is the longest mountain range-Andes, South America 12.) Which is the highest mountain range-Himalayas 13.) Name the largest sea port of the world-Shanghai(China) 14.) Name the most intelligent animal-Chimpanzee 15.) Which is the deepest and the biggest ocean of the world-The Pacific Ocean 16.) Longest river of the world-Nile 17.) Tallest building of the world-Burj Khalifa, Dubai(828m) 18.) Lightest gas on the Earth-Hydrogen 19.) Lightest metal on Earth-Lithium 20.) Element which has the highest melting point-Tungstan, 34100 Degree Celsius 21.) Name the Capital of Israel-Jerusalem 22.) Old name of Myanmar-Burma 23.) Capital of Greece-Athens 24.) Currency of Bangladesh-Taka 25.) Capital of Bangladesh-Dhaka 26.)Capital Of Lakshadweep island-Kavaratti 27.) Which state in the country India provides for dual citizenship-Jammu and Kashmir 28.) National Emblem of the country Pakistan -Crescent and Star 🌟 29.) Legislature name of the country Japan-Diet 30.) Symbol of ' Flag down at half must'-Symbol of National mourning 31.) Who was the father of Indian Nuclear Science-Homi Jahangir Bhabha 32.) Who was the father of computers-Charles Babbage 33.) Name the detective agency of the country Iraq-General Security Directorate 34.) Father of Sociology-Auguste Comte 35.) How many Judges sits in the supreme court-31(1-CJI, 30-Judges) 36.) Where is Machu Picchu located-Peru 37.) Where is Chicken Itza located-Mexico 38.) Who was the first prime minister of India who resigned before the full term-Morarji Desai 39.) Who was the first home minister of India-Sardar Vallabhai Patel 40.) Who was the first and the last Indian Governer-General of Free India-C.Rajagopalachari 41.) What is the salary of the governer of a state-₹110, 000 42.)Who is the Vice-President of India-Mohammad Hamid Ansari 43.) Who is the Chief Minister of Delhi-Arving Kejrival 44.) Name the first satellite of India-Aryabhatta 45.) First Indian to swim across the English Channel-Mihir Sen 46.) First Indian woman to recurrence Bharat Ratna-Indira Gandhi 47.) Governer of RBI-Urjit Patel 48.)Chief Of Indian Army-General Dalbir Singh Suhag 49.) World Aids Day is celebrated on-1st December 50.) World science Day is celebrated on-28th February
Details for Judicial and ADA Coaching:- ★ Best Coaching under the guidance of the most experienced Mentors- Dr. Anjali Goyal (Gold Medallist) and Mr. Sachin Goyal (Director) ★ Toppers always from Krishna ★ Approximately 10 to 12 months duration (Including Test Series) ★ 5 to 6 hrs per day ★ Teaching through Slideshows, Diagrams and Flowcharts ★ Special Emphasis on Latest Judgements and Case laws ★ 3 batches running parallel- Morning, Evening and Weekend ★ Special Evening batches for Advocates and Government employees ★ Covering all 3 stages- Preliminary, Mains and Interview ★ Booklets, Notes, Assignments, Worksheets and Handouts ★ Special Emphasis on Language Classes - English, Hindi and Punjabi ★ Daily GK and Current Affairs update ★ Daily Newspaper Analysis and free copy of Newspaper to read ★ Personality Development and English Speaking ★ Guest lectures by Specialists- Retired Judges, Professors & Bureaucrats ★ Motivation and Counselling sessions ★ Daily updates of Schedule of lectures & Classes ★ WRITE RIGHT- Handwriting improvement classes ★ Previous papers Analysis ★ Special Emphasis on Essay writing and Judgement writing ★ Regular updates on Fresh Notifications and Advertisements ★ Online Tests ★ Revision lectures & Doubt Clearing sessions ★ Regular Tests and Mock Tests ★ WORD OF THE DAY- Exercise for Vocabulary enrichment ★ Stress, Anxiety and Time Management Sessions ★ Earn when you learn- Scholarship program ★ e learning ★ Monthly Magazine ★ The course runs subject by subject in a circular motion where a student can start preparing from any of the subjects any time and will be able to complete whole of the syllabus with numerous revisions in a span of 10-12 months ★ Success Assured Visit: Krishna SCO 161 Corner Showroom Sector 24D CHANDIGARH 9988003622 9417193622 WEBSITE : www.krishnastudyacademy.com For GK & Current Affairs visit and like us at : www.facebook.com/CLATHelpline
PLAYWAY CLASSES FOR IAS Tina Dabi All India IAS Topper (AIR-1 UPSC-CSE) 2015-16 shared her Secrets of Success. Here are some facts: 1. She planned at the right stage. She started preparing for Civil Services right after her 10th Class Exams. 2. She said, "Patience, Focus, Discipline and Family Support is my Success Mantra" 3. She used to study for 8-10 hours a day. 4. She chose Haryana Cadre 5. She is 22 years of age and it was her first attempt. 6. She was a student of Political Science and appeared in Civil Services Exam with the same. ⬛ A student must set the goal timely and then work hard as per a Systematic and Strategic Plan. ⬛ Parents must help their children in goal setting and then in execution of the plan to achieve the goal. ⬛ Timely guidance by expert mentors make the path/ study easy and interesting Krishna IAS offers a wide range of courses -( Both long and short tenure) for students who are determined to become a Civil or a Judicial Servant by means of Playway Classes and Regular courses. Krishna IAS SCO 161 CORNER SHOWROOM sector 24 D Chandigarh 9988003622
PLAYWAY CLASSES FOR IAS for SCHOOL STUDENTS Tina Dabi- All India IAS Topper (AIR-1 UPSC-CSE) 2015-16 shared her Secrets of Success. Here are some facts: 1. She planned at the right stage. She started preparing for Civil Services right after her 10th Class Exams. 2. She said, "Patience, Focus, Discipline and Family Support is my Success Mantra" 🔲 Start preparing for CIVIL/ JUDICIAL Services Exams after 10th or after +2 with us under the guidance of the Best Faculty. 🔲 Best Coaching for CLAT-LAW ENTRANCE (3 yrs and 5 yrs) 🔲 Krishna IAS offers a wide range of courses for School Students -( Both long and short tenure) for students who are determined to become a Civil or a Judicial Servant by means of Playway Classes and Regular courses. Krishna IAS SCO 161 CORNER SHOWROOM sector 24 D Chandigarh 9988003622
Current Affairs Dose 1. When did supermoon appeared (largest in 68 years)? 14TH NOV (ALSO DUBBED AS 'BEAVER MOON') 2. HRD Minister Prakash Javedkar will reintroduce which board examination ? 10TH BOARD EXAMINATION FOR CBSE SCHOOLS 3. How much salary wil Donald Trump take as President of USA ? USD 1 (ALSO NO VACATION) 4. Which country contributes the most in CO2 emissions in the world ? CHINA (USA RANKED SECOND) 5. Which country govt. has warned international schools from marking holidays on non-islamic occasions ? SAUDI ARABIA 6. Who was UK's 1st ethnic minority judge and also the 1st to sit on English bench wearing turban instead of horse hair wig ? MOTA SINGH (DIED AT THE AGE OF 86) 7. Bhakra Beas Management Board has given nod to start mini cruise at which reservoir ? PONG DAM RESERVOIR IN KANGRA
Landmark judicial decisions changed the Constitution as well as everyday life. Their impact still echoes. 1. Jury decision overturned by High Court (KM Nanavati v State of Maharashtra) - 1961 Hardly an open-and-shut case, the nature of the crime garnered media attention. This case is notable for being the last case when a jury trial was held in India. KM Nanavati, a naval officer, murdered his wife's lover, Prem Ahuja. The jury ruled in favour of Nanavati and declared him "not guilty" which was eventually set aside by the Bombay High Court. 2. Amendment masquerades as law (IC Golaknath v State of Punjab) - 1967 Parliament's prevented from taking away individual rights. In the highly famous case of Golaknath V State of Punjab in 1967 the Supreme Court ruled that Parliament could not curtail any of the Fundamental Rights of individuals mentioned in the Constitution. Parliament's overarching ambitions nipped in the bud (Keshavananda Bharti vs State of Kerala) 1973. 3. Elected representatives cannot be given the benefit of doubt A highly notable case which introduced the concept of "basic structure" of the constitution of India and declared that those points decided as basic structure could not be amended by the Parliament. The case was triggered by the 42nd Amendment Act. 4. Beginning of the fall of Indira Gandhi (Indira Gandhi v Raj Narain) - 1975 The trigger that led to the imposition of emergency. In this landmark case regarding election disputes, the primary issue was the validity of clause 4 of the 39th Amendment Act. The Supreme Court held clause 4 as unconstitutional and void on the ground that it was outright denial of the right to equality enshrined in Article 14. The Supreme Court also added the following features as “basic features” laid down in Keshavananda Bharti case – democracy, judicial review, rule of law and jurisdiction of Supreme Court under Article 32. 5. A step backward for India (ADM Jabalpur v Shivakant Shukla Case) - 1976 Widely considered a violation of Fundamental Rights. In this landmark judgment, the Supreme Court declared that the rights of citizens to move the court for violation of Articles 14, 21 and 22 would remain suspended during emergencies. Triumph of individual liberty (Maneka Gandhi vs UOI) 1978. 6. Overlapping zones of laws rectified thanks to a writ petition The case caused a huge uproar over the definition of Freedom of Speech. The court ruled that the procedure must be fair and the law must not violate other Fundamental Rights. 7. Parliament limited by itself (Minerva Mills v Union of India) - 1980 In this landmark judgment, the Supreme Court of India in 1980 strengthened the doctrine of the basic structure which was propounded earlier in the Keshavananda Bharti Case. Two changes which were made earlier by the 42nd Amendment Act were declared as null and void by the Supreme Court in this particular case. 8. Constitutional validity of individual rights upheld (Waman Rao v Union of India) - 1981 SC ruled that Parliament had transgressed its power of constitutional amendment. This case was a landmark decision in the constitutional jurisprudence of India. This case has helped in determining a satisfactory method of addressing grievances pertaining to the violation of fundamental rights by creating a fine line of determination between the Acts prior to and after the Keshavananda Bharati case. 9. Maintenance lawsuit sets precedent (Mohd Ahmed Khan v Shah Bano Begum) - 1985 Shah Bano won the right to get alimony from her husband. The petitioner challenged the Muslim personal law. The Supreme Court ruled in favour of Shah Bano and granted her alimony. Most favoured it as a secular judgment but it also invoked a strong reaction from the Muslim community, which felt that the judgment was an encroachment on Muslim Sharia law and hence led to the formation of the All India Muslim Personal Law Board in 1973. 10. MC Mehta v Union Of India - 1986 Mounting environment-related concerns. A PIL filed by MC Mehta in 1986 enlarged the scope and ambit of Article 21 and Article 32 to include the right to healthy and pollution-free environment. 11. Reservation in central government jobs (Indra Sawhney v UOI November) - 1992 Attempt to correct historic injustices constitutionally. The constitutional bench of the Supreme Court held in this matter that caste could be a factor for identifying backward classes. 12. Wrangle over Supreme Court judge appointments (Supreme Court Advocates-on-Record - Association and another versus Union of India) - 1993 The National Judicial Appointments Commission Act and Constitutional amendment Act passed in 2014 aimed at replacing the collegium system of appointing Supreme Court judges. The act was struck down as unconstitutionalby the Supreme Court in October 2015. 13. Power of President's Rule curtailed (SR Bommai v Union of India) - 1994 Persecution of state governments stalled. This landmark case had major implications on Center-State relations. Post this case the Supreme Court clearly detailed the limitations within which Article 356 has to function. 14. Scam-tainted politicians - 1997 The Jain Hawala case exposed bigwigs. The Hawala scandal was an Indian political scandal involving payments allegedly received by politicians through four hawala brokers, the Jain brothers. In 1991, an arrest linked to militants in Kashmir led to a raid on hawala brokers, revealing evidence of large-scale payments to national politicians. The prosecution that followed was partly prompted by a public interest litigation. Many were acquitted, partly because the hawala records (including diaries) were judged in court to be inadequate as the main evidence. The high court decreed that the CBI had not brought on record any material which could be converted into legally admissible evidence. 15. Foundation for a female workforce (Vishaka v State of
What is an Escrow Account? Definition: An escrow account is a temporary pass through account held by a third party during the process of a transaction between two parties. This is a temporary account as it operates until the completion of a transaction process, which is implemented after all the conditions between the buyer and the seller are settled. Description: In real estate, the fund flows for the development of the project from any source is kept in the escrow account and the funds utilised for the same are also generated from the escrow account. Even the buyers of the housing units in a project transfer the home price to the escrow account and the amount is not transferred to the seller until the project is completed. Sometimes the construction linked payments are disbursed to the seller from the escrow account so that the builder has sufficient funds for completion of the project. Sellers also benefit from the prioritization mechanism, also called waterfall mechanism, wherein the priority based payments are made to the concerned parties. Fresh Batches for IAS- PCS Coaching starting from 10 January 2017 Best Coaching for CLAT -LAW ENTRANCE and Judicial Services Exams also available. KRISHNA IAS SCO 161 Sector 24 D Chandigarh 9988003622
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