MATS LAW SCHOOL Entrance Exam
MATS LAW SCHOOL
Aarang – Kharora Highway,
Raipur 493 441
The MATS Law School (MLS) has been established to providing excellent legal education. MATS Law School aims at preparing legal professionals who will play decisive leadership roles, not only as advocates practicing in courts, but also as academics, legislators, judges, policy makers, public officials, civil society activists as well as legal counsel in the private sector, maintaining the highest standards of professional ethics and a spirit of public service. MATS Law School is a next generation Law School established with the objective of providing highest quality professional legal education at undergraduate and postgraduate levels in an environment that would provide highest level of intellectual satisfaction to all stakeholders. The Mission of MATS Law School is to contribute to the better preparation of lawyers as they increasingly engage in transnational or global legal practice, and when they pursue careers other than private practice, including governmental, non-governmental, academic, and corporate careers.
MATS Law School Eligibility Criteria
A candidate for admission to B.B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) Degree Course has to follow the eligibility criteria of the following
- Should have passed the 10+2 examination in any stream with not less than 50% marks in aggregate
- Should not have completed 20 years of age
MATS Law School Syllabus
MATS Law School accepts the scores of LSAT and the paper of LSAT is divided into four sections. The duration of the paper is 155 minutes. The first two sections will be based on logical reasoning. The third section is on analytical reasoning. The last section is a reading comprehension. The questions will be objective. The syllabus of this test is more or less same as the other similar competitive entrance tests like GMAT. Candidates have to answer question related to Logical reasoning or Arguments and then form facts and solve the questions related to it.
MATS Law School Examination
Those who wish to apply online can visit the official website of LSAT-India. There is no facility to register on spot. Candidates have to follow the instructions and submit the application form on or before the last date. Only those candidates who have paid the fees will be given admittance for the test. In case the candidate uses a credit card, which does not belong to him/her, certain instructions have to be followed. he registration fees for Indian candidates is Rs 3500/-. The fee for students belonging to foreign countries is USD 150. Indian Candidates can pay the fees either by credit card or through demand draft. The Demand Draft should be sent to the officer in charge at the head office. Foreign candidates can submit the fees only through Credit Card.