Corporate and allied laws is a very interesting subject if you try to understand the concepts deeply. You have to build a reading capacity of the bare act. After reading, chapters make your own notes in easy language.
This exam consists of two parts –
- Corporate law – 70%
- Allied Law – 30%
You have to concentrate on both parts for scoring good marks, give proper importance to allied law.
- There are many amendments in companies act, so there is a need to be updated every time with these amendments.
- Always follows a relevant pattern to present a question i.e., first of all, give provision related to the question and then facts of the case after that correlate the provision with given case and at last give conclusion.
- Your conclusion should be clear and properly presented that is easily understandable by the examiner.
- Sections are the most important part of the law. Write sections properly for scoring good marks
- Always write sections only when you are sure about it otherwise writing a wrong section will give you zero marks.
- Revision is must, decide a particular day in every 15 days for revision.
- There are many amendments are come in SEBI, so need to be properly updated every time.
- Support your answers with references for case studies.
- Try to use appropriate law language while writing the exam.
- Give only relevant points. Don’t waste your time to write irrelevant points.
- Most important is your speed in exam. As we know that the law exam is too lengthy so you have to maintain proper speed to complete the exam within time.
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