Monday, 18 September 2017

Friday, 15 September 2017

How To Study And Prepare For Judiciary Exam In A Smart Way? Pahuja Law Academy

How To Study And Prepare For Judiciary Exam In A Smart Way?

The burden of making career, getting yourself educated and acquiring an esteemed degree makes every one nervous. Students now a day are in a cut throat competition to over power each other and get the best whatever they could. Students usually drag and slog themselves while studying for several hours yet not making a powerful impact. Hence the need arises to study in a smart way in order to efficiently decrease time and manual power. Here are some tips on how to study smart rather studying hard:

1.Be regular and crisp with your studies: mugging and cramming all that you’ve read in one session doesn’t make you a hard worker. You don’t get the desired results as what you have read gets jammed up allowing decimated interest in other topics.
Give a structure to your studies: studying anything out of blue wont fetch you good results. Hence divide your topics according to hours and subjects according to days. This allows you to manage your work load and helps you to review your progress.
Goal orientation: direction less study is not advised. Set a time goal for each topic. Manage your study pattern and skills to yield better results. Be clear with what you have to accomplish.

2.Don’t procrastinate: procrastination fills you with beaming confidence which hinders your day to day goals in the name of that you will do it later, because you can. This thought directly and seriously affect the effectiveness of the planned study.
Start and finish: don’t rush to next topic without completing the previous one. This harms the effectiveness of both the current, previous and next topic. Spend quality time on a topic with focus for better understanding.

3.Make notes: revising the whole textual knowledge wont be possible due to time constraints. Hence make it a habit to make notes in the first go only to reduce time consumption.
Distract yourself from ‘distraction’: fix a quite place in your surroundings for your exam preparation. Keep anything which distracts you at bay allowing you to fully focus on what you are currently studying. Same goes for when you are on a break, don’t think about studies, rather just let your mind rest and become fresh.
Study in groups: two head are better then one. Group studies increases study level a lot. On the spot discussions and doubt clearing saves time and doesn't break your focus.



We at Pahuja Law Academy, being one of the best judicial services exams coaching institute in Delhi makes the best out of you. With our extensive study routine and experienced faculty makes every candidate a potential future Law expert.


212, D-1, 2nd Floor, Virat Bhawan, Mukherjee Nagar,New Delhi - 110009
Contact Numbers - 9821593226 / 27





E Learning : Myths Busted

E Learning: Myths Busted

Today's life has become so engaged in our day to day events leaving little time for us to relax. And on top of that if you wish to opt for a career in the judiciary, then the work may seem as an up hill task. The World is hooked on their mobile phones and internet, hence efforts have been made to ease out the process pf learning and to impart the knowledge through various mediums encapsulating mass audience. E-learning is the answer for the aspirants who wish to learn while on a go. 


Here are some myths associated with E-learning.

It isn't much interactive: people tend to think that since there is no such physical communication between the student and the teacher, hence the lecture may seem a lot boring. But with the advent of technology and newer teaching methodologies being adopted, this issue has been resolved well. Nowadays teachers use various engaging software's or voice over modules in order to leave a better impact. They also organize webinars or live one to one session in order to bridge the physical gap hence yielding better results.
Physical unavailability of teachers: this is one of the prime reason why some people don’t opt for E-learning. Since you have limited physical interaction with your teacher, people tend to lose interest. Live sessions are organized by teachers in order to communicate efficiently. They hold regular doubt clearing sessions in order to ease out your preparation.
We have to be our own teachers: just because the two parties lack physical communication, then that doesn’t mean that the teaching would be boring. You don’t have to be your own teacher for that. The online modules are very much interactive in order to create a better learning experience.

How To Clear Judiciary Exam?

How To Clear Judiciary Exam?


Judiciary  Exam is one the most famous competitive exams in India. The candidates who wish to make their career in the field of academics and research mostly opt for this particular competitive exam. Since both, the fields have been the most sought after fields hence there is a large group of students who opt for this exam. Upon a successful clearance of exam, the filtered candidates can opt for a profession of research scholar or a lecturer or a reputed career in legal sphere in various government recognized or private institutions. Hence we lay before you some useful tips to clear your judiciary exam in one go.

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The ideal time for preparation: a lot of time devise various strategies on how to Prepare for the exam but Lack the very basis of preparation, that is when to start. Ideally, a candidate should start his preparation depending upon his/her own capabilities. On an average at least three months before is the averages time to start your preparations. This much time is adequate for a thorough study and revision.
Quality, not quantity: don’t go for brisk study pattern, rather draw a timetable and adhere to it. Plan your study hours on the basis of your personal capability. But rigorously follow your time table to get the best output for your dedicated inputs.
Systematic mode of study: don't busy yourself with a load of all subjects, rather divide your time period into all the subjects. Dedicate more time on weaker subjects. Study in a flow and study according to the set timetable which allows better understanding.
Timely completion: plan out what you are going to study in a day and then rigorously stick to that. Complete your study within the set hours and don’t drag them for the next day.
Self-study: with the advent of coaching institutes, most of the students tend to heavily rely only on their expertise and decrease their own study time. We all should remember, there is nothing better than our own self-study. Hence we should devote our time to our individual study and make it a habit of timely completion and numerous revision. All these will allow you to have a stronger command over the topics and will benefit for.


Pahuja Law Academy is one of the best institutes for the preparation of your judiciary exam. With years of experience and interactive methodology, the institute gets the top spot for your preparation of Judiciary.

Thursday, 14 September 2017

Got Some First Exam Blues? Pahuja Law Academy

Got Some First Exam Blues? 

If you have decided and made your mind that you want to create a career out of law, then opting for a law entrance exam is a must for you. Cracking such competitive exams seems difficult to some, but if you finely blend and structure your discipline then it is not that much difficult to crack. Applying few tips in your study routine helps you to better in exams. Hence are few points to apply in your study routine if you are giving your first ever law entrance exam.
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Get in the habit of reading a lot : law entrance exam’s syllabus is huge hence a regular reading of your topics is must. Law includes study of various case studies hence studying them on a regular base is very much required. If not the whole article, then students can also opt for brief case studies available on internet. Reading on a regular base increases your knowledge many folds and makes you more aware in terms of recent ongoing which in turn widen your perspective.
Law entrance ‘s subjects: one should be well aware of the subjects for law entrance exam. Very known subjects includes English, general knowledge and current affairs, maths or numerical ability, legal aptitude, and logical reasoning which are the core subjects. Be thorough with your syllabus. These subjects are common to CLAT,AILET,SET,LSAT etc.
Use study aids efficiently :  vast syllabus requires vast knowledge. Since law entrance exam requires extensive study, opting for study aids helps you reduce your burden. Getting into the habit of solving mock papers, keeping yourself updated by current affairs etc helps you boost your confidence. They allow you to find easy and less time consuming solutions of even the hardest problems.
Habit of practicing various tests: studying from textual knowledge is not gonna be enough hence one needs to constantly challenge themselves to upgrade their knowledge and get an extra edge. Taking tests series helps you to critically analyse yourself and work on your core and weak areas.
Taking guidance from graduates and mentors: talking to someone who has already gone through this phase helps you understand about a lot of things. It helps you to contemplate about your future. One can also expect some good tips for your preparation which will benefit you.

We at Pahuja Law Academy, being one of the best judicial services exams coaching institute in Delhi makes the best out of you. With our extensive study routine and experienced faculty makes every candidate a potential future Law expert.

212, D-1, 2nd Floor, Virat Bhawan, Mukherjee Nagar,New Delhi - 110009
Contact Numbers - 9821593226 / 27

Thursday, 3 August 2017

Free Demo Class for Judiciary on Sunday 06th Aug

Pahuja Law Academy (PLA) Announces Free Demo Class for Judiciary on Sunday 06th Aug, 10:00 Am at 212, D-1, 2nd Floor, Virat Bhawan, Mukherjee Nagar, Delhi. Call Now - 9821593226 / 9821593227.


Thursday, 29 June 2017

Tips to write a good answer for CPC-1

Law entrance exams are becoming competitive day by day. The competition is increasing seemingly hence making a lot of aspirants nervous. Most of the candidates opt for rhetorical textual knowledge and hope to clear the exam. The exam doesn’t only test your knowledge rather tests your overall personality as a potential law expert. The need of the hour is to become smart and manage your exam time efficiently in order to yield the best results. Writing long answers in your exams won't fetch you good marks rather it’s the content that matters. Writing small but content full answers is what will give you an extra edge over other candidates. Here are few guidelines to write a good answer for efficient time usage and better results.
 
1. Laying down the essential test and rationale of section 10 of the CPC and carefully examine them.
2. Examining whether the matter in issue in both the cases is same or not.
3. Whether the complete absence of either of the parties in the both the cases makes any difference in the final result or not.
4.  Whether there is a stark difference in the subject matter of both the suites. If yes, then does it present any difference.
5. Finally, decide and support your argument by providing a good reason. Also, touch upon whether your final results serve the actual rationale behind the section. If yes then critically support your argument by stating how.
6. Give a final conclusion by summarising your facts in a brief conclusion and by giving a final concluding statement.