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Welcome to R.A.C.E.
An initiative of Mamta Rajesh and Rajesh Jain, R.A.C.E. came into existence in October 2009. Since its inception, there has been no looking back. It has been gaining strength year after year not only in terms of bringing the best results in India from one single institute, but also has been reinforcing belief among the students that they are unstoppable. Today we are a much sought after institute in Central India, in the student community who are aspiring for CLAT. The success stories that we write each year has a lot of hard work behind it. For every 30 students there is a personal mentor, responsible for the development of a student. The study material is revised to a great extent so that it becomes relevant to CLAT.Read more..
The revolution in the Indian legal education happened in the year 1987 when National Law School of India University (NLSIU) was founded in Bangalore by Dr. N.R. Madhava Menon. Before the establishment of NLSIU, law used to be an exclusive double graduation course which people who wished to join the legal profession took after completing their graduation. NLSIU brought the concept of integrated law under-graduation course which people could take up right after they complete their higher secondary education. NALSAR, India’s second National Law University was established in 1998 until which NLSIU enjoyed the status of being the only institute across India to offer an integrated under-graduate law course. The establishment of NALSAR was followed by establishment of various National Law Universities across India. Now, we have 18 National Law Universities across India which offer under-graduate law course (LL.B.) and post-graduation law course (LL.M.). Out of these 18 National Law Universities, 16 National Law Universities conduct Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) for admissions to their LL.B. and LL.M. courses; whereas, National Law University, Delhi (NLU Delhi) and Mumbai National Law University, Mumbai (NLUM) conduct All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) and Mumbai National Law University Admission Test (MNLUAT) respectively for admissions to their courses.
The first CLAT Core Committee consisting of Vice-Chancellors of the seven participating National Law Universities at that time decided that the test should be conducted by rotation in order of the establishment of participating National Law Universities. Accordingly, the first Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) was conducted in the year 2008 by NLSIU, Bangalore. In 2014, CLAT was conducted by Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow and will be conducted by Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiyala in 2016.Read more..
Why Join R.A.C.E ?
We at R.A.C.E. believe in providing such environment that facilitates students to excel in their preparation for CLAT. We have
- Expert full time faculty members for all subjects with unmatched teaching experience.
- Well researched study material and modules covering all portions asked in CLAT examination.
- Highly competitive mock tests simulated on CLAT pattern to give competitive edge to students which are well spread throughout the course of preparation.
- State of the art computer lab to facilitate students to take online tests and do research on current affairs and other developments important for them.
- Well equipped library with must read books.
- Regular quizzes to cover Static G.K. and Current Affairs.