How to become a Successful lawyer in India

How to become a lawyer? Before answering this question, let’s understand who a lawyer is. A lawyer is a person who is qualified to practice law by either providing legal advice to a company/individual or by representing them in legal matters. One cannot practice law without having a license. In countries like Mexico, anyone who has a valid law degree can practice law, however, in many countries, passing the ‘Bar Examination’ is necessary. In India as well, one has to pass the bar examination called the ‘All India Bar Examination (AIBE)’ to become a certified lawyer.  The government of India made AIBE mandatory for all law students from the academic year 2015-2016 onwards. But before giving the AIBE, having a law degree (LLB) is mandatory. Note:- To join LLB CLAT Coaching in Chandigarh Send us a Call Back request. LLB The bachelor of Legislative law is often called LLB after the Latin term Legum Baccalaureus. LLB is an undergraduate law course. You have a choice between two courses if you want to be a lawyer. One is the 3-year course for which graduation is necessary. Another is the 5-year integrated BA LLB (Hons.) course for those without graduation. There are other types […]

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Staff Selection Commission (SSC)

Staff Selection Commission (SSC CGL ) Coaching Every year thousands of Grade B and Non-technical Grade C job vacancies are announced. Staff Selection Commission is a government organization which is given the responsibility of recruiting staff in various posts in the ministry and various departments of the government and their subordinate offices. SSC conducts many exams for the selection of students for various posts. Note:- To join SSC CGL Coaching in Chandigarh Send us a Call Back request. SSC CGL: Staff Selection Commission – Combined Graduate Level exam (SSC CGL) is conducted by SSC to fill the posts of officers, assistants, Junior Statistical officer, Auditor for CAG (Comptroller and Auditor general of India), Inspectors, Sub-Inspectors, Central Service Secretariat, Ministry of Railway, Ministry of External Affairs CBI, etc. SSC CHSL: Staff Selection Commission – Combined Higher Secondary Level exam (SSC CHSL) is conducted by SSC to fill the posts of Lower division clerks (LDC), Data entry operators (DEO), Postal Assistant (PA)/Sorting Assistant (SA). SSC MTS: Staff Selection Commission – Multitasking Staff exam (SSC MTS) is conducted by SSC to fill Grade C level posts. The jobs involved will be that of a peon, waterman, watchman etc. Basically the job will be to assist […]

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What is Hotel Management?

What is Hotel management and Coaching Guidance Hotel Management, as the name suggests, is the art of managing a hotel. It is one of the fastest growing industries in the world. With people spending more and more money on their comfort, hospitality sector is soon to become the next big thing. Note:- To join Hotel Management Coaching in Chandigarh Send us a Call Back request. Hotel Management is mainly divided into these four main functions: Food Production Food and Beverage Service(F&B) Front Office Housekeeping Food Production Food production includes preparing food and designing dishes. Which in turn has three main parts: Bakery– which deals with breads, cakes, chocolates and confectionary items like candies. Specialty Kitchen- It includes the making of exclusive cuisines like Japanese, Thai, South Indian etc. Cold Section- It includes salads and delicatessen. No one compromises on the quality and taste of their food especially the rich folks, thus chefs are paid a lot now-a-days. So if a person has an interest in cooking food then hemay have a bright future in Hotel Management. Food and Beverage Service (F&B) It involves the art of serving the guests with food and drinks. When it comes to serving the food, it is […]

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Scope of Bank PO

Bank PO or bank probationary office is a lucrative job for the graduates of today’s India and why not, it is one of the best career option that you can choose. One of the many reasons which makes this job a dream of many students is that from a commerce graduate to an engineering graduate, anyone can become a bank PO and here are some reasons, why you can consider Bank PO as your career option. GOOD SALARY: The starting in hand salary of a Bank PO can be somewhat around 23 to 24 thousand per month (even more for certain banks) and that is not including the additional benefits, which if added could take up the number to around  INR 5,50,000 per year(Cost to company). GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES: Apart from a lucrative salary benefit, you get a fast track career growth. A Bank PO is eligible for promotion after every 3-5 years and most of the high ranking officials in the banking sector start their careeras aBank PO. JOB SECURITY: The job of a Bank PO is regulated by IBA rules which makes it a secure job. Moreover, most of the participating banks are government banks, so this brings in […]

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What is bank PO?

The Question: Bank PO or bank probationary officer post is an entry level position at which a bank officer starts working after being posted. Now a Bank PO undergoes a 2 years of training also called as a probation period. After the training you are given a post of Assistant manager or deputy manager. As it is a lucrative career option and a white collar job, loads and loads of students contest for bank PO exams like IBPS PO or SBI PO. Another way of becoming a bank PO in many govt. and private banks is through Post Graduate Diploma in Banking and Finance Program. Through PGDFB you will be given 12 months of training after which you are appointed as Assistant Manager in the bank. Now during the 12 months the first 9 months will include an exhaustive curriculum of PG diploma program followed by 3 months on the job training. Eligibility: Now before you go on and apply for the post let’s check your eligibility criteria. You must be 21-30 years of age while applying for Bank PO exam. Age relaxation of 5 years will be given to you if you are a SC,ST or hold the ex-servicemen […]

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IBPS Specialist Officer Recruitment For 2017

A total of 6 posts are available for recruitment of specialist officer under IBPS exam I.T. Officer (Scale-I) Agricultural Field Officer (Scale I) Rajbhasha Adhikari (Scale I) Law Officer (Scale I) HR/Personnel Officer (Scale I) Marketing Officer (Scale I) REGISTRATION DATE 7th – 27th November 2017. TOTAL VACANCIES A total vacancies of 1315 under various posts.   Sl.No. Post SC ST OBC GEN PWD TOTAL 1. I.T. Officer (Scale-I) 18 9 31 62 4 120 2. Agricultural Field Officer (Scale I) 129 64 235 447 16 875 3. Rajbhasha Adhikari (Scale I) 5 1 8 16 2 30 4. Law Officer (Scale I) 9 4 15 32 1 60 5. HR/Personnel Officer (Scale I) 4 1 9 21 2 35 6. Marketing Officer (Scale I) 27 12 52 104 1 195 Exam Date Prelims Exam are  30th and 31st December 2017 Mains Exam is       28th January 2018 Structure/ of the exam (Online for both pre and mains) Preliminary Exam For the post of Law Officer and Rajbhasha Adhikari Sr. No. Name of Tests No. of Questions Maximum Marks Medium of Exam Duration 1 English Language 50 25 English 2 Hours 2 Reasoning 50 50 English and Hindi 3 General Awareness with […]

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General Knowledge Notes Making and Shortcut for SSC CGL 2017 In continuance with previous article, we will now discuss in detail the strategy of notes making and learning General Knowledge for SSC CGl 2017   Phase-4-  This is the real work, Now make notes not like  school going kids, but only in following ways Mind Map:-  In various researches on memory has found that our brain easily remember things which are neatly organized. Mind Map is technique which will help us to make notes which can be learned easily and it’s very easy to revise also. COMPARISON:-   Most of Polity questions are tricky as they confuse students because of certain similarities. In the following way of comparison notes we can minimize the error and can increase our score OFFICE OATH RESIGNATION OFFICE OATH RESIGNATION President Chief Justice of India or in his absence the senior most Judge of Supreme Court Vice-President Chairman Public Service Commission President President Vice President President or Some person appointed in that behalf by the President President Governor RBI President President Prime Minister President President Chief Minister Governor Governor Lok Sabha Speaker President Deputy Speaker of Lok Sabha Chief Justice of High Court Governor President Deputy […]

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SSC Bank PO Exam fear & the Anxiety syndrome

SSC Exams and Bank po fear

We all fear taking the Bank PO or SSC Exams SSC Coaching exams crack it without fear – After all the articles regarding UGC Net exams and SSC CGL, Bank PO prep, you are deep in you routine of waking up fresh to a cup of tea, sitting down with your books and your laptop, checking your time table for what class and subject you are going to gulp in today. All the time spent in group discussions and scoring good in your mock test and the many hours scrolling the internet for more and more knowledge, here you are all ready and confidant for the D Day, The arrival of the exam date. Gearing to go and eat up the question paper. Yes you are confidant and why not. All the information is stored well and locked up in your well oiled machine called your brain.   So here We go – Exam Time You wake up, well to start with you are starting to get a bit stressed up, After all so much is at stake here. A good well paying job, career and growth and not to mention success means a good personal life, affluent lifestyle, a […]

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Tips to Cracking the UGC NET Exams

UGC NET exams

What is UGC NET & UGC NET coaching exams UGC NET stands for University Grants Commission. National Eligibility Test is one of the most important and popular entrance test the UGC NET coaching exams in India which is taken by a large number of eligible candidates who appear for the UGC Net exams every year and try to crack and score high in order to get a good job offer.  In 2013 the UGC announced that the UGC NET score of a candidate will be good enough to grade him or her in order to get a job offer in many of the public sector undertakings, Government offices, universities and colleges and this announcement has made the UGC NET exams one of the most sought after entrance test in India now. As the syllabus of UGC NET is kept at high standards, The exam pattern is also tough and the questions are prepared in such a way that the best prepared student qualify. In order to get the best out there are some points you have to keep in mind in order to score high in the exams. Cracking the UGC NET Exams To crack the exams a few tips that you […]

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