Law Academy

AdhaarShila Education Hub is the best leading education service provider on competitive exam and provides coaching classes for the competitive exam. AdhaarShila offers value-education from IAO (International Accreditation Organisation). The Academy wants every students in its campus to be a potential adventure. Where in, we as an Academy provide a different experience in terms of different courses and degree. Also, will make you think and teach you skills and way of thoughts. We will ensure that its training built you the strong basement and foundation that need for a successful legal carrier. AEH is a  student’s oriented program that follows the  focus and interaction with each individual  + activity approach and aim at providing an environment for mental development of the  learner. The approach and methodology is practiced  with innovative  and ‘Sate-of-the-Art’ educational training modules and kits. Adaptive & Flexible approach in trainings  who does  provide an intense concentration  and encourage the students. We  have a  team of  young & passionate professional  who creates the class environment comfortable , studious, healthy which makes the learning fun. One-o-One interaction  and constructive effort to ensure maximum grasp & integration which helps in developing student potential to its fullest extent. Continuous  training program enhancement with quality control management through a strong advisory & consultancy board.

Adhaarshila Law Academy aims at the formation of good citizens and leaders for tomorrow. It is not only furnish with knowledge and energy but also guided by ethical, principles, values and wisdom.  Our vision is to provide legal education which is important to the realization and skills require to face and meet the challenges and opportunities’ offered by changing modern world. The facilities and teaching expertise help you to be a successful professional in your chosen area of interest.

Adhaarshila is all about transformation growth and change, at out Academy the students can achieve their career goals while satisfying their heartfelt need for success. We also prepares  the student to fulfil their callings as a lawyers, Judges, Public official’s that require quality by providing legal educations. We suggest you to choose a programme offered by us that will change and transform your life and enable you to give you vast opportunities’. Every effort at this centre of learning is aimed at bringing out the best in the students. We constantly endeavours to mould the students into professionals with the ability to take on challenges at global level. Our Academy has an exclusive placement and training centre to facilitate on campus placement opportunities’ for the students.

Common Law Admission Test - CLAT

CLAT is the most popular entrance exam for law students. It is one’s permit to get into any of the top National Law Schools in India. It is projected to test aptitude and is based entirely on English, Mathematics, General Knowledge, Logical and Legal Reasoning, etc. Unlike other entrance examinations, doing well in the test does not primarily depend on one’s ability to learn by rote complicated names, figures or formulae. Even the legal component is based more on analytical skills than the ability to memorise large amounts of data. This also reflects the way law is taught in universities – with greater emphasis on the application of the law rather than just legal theory.

CLAT is a discerning centralised test. This test is conducted by the law universities and can be appeared by the students after the 12th grade for admission to integrated under graduation programmes in Law and after Graduation in Law for Master of Laws (LL.M) programmes. It is an all India entrance examination conducted on rotation by National Law Universities (NLUs) for admissions to their under-graduate and post-graduate degree programmes (LL.B & LL.M.).

To be eligible to appear in CLAT, a candidate should have a

·         Higher Secondary School;

·         Intermediate (10+2) or

·         An equivalent certificate from a recognized Board

not less than 45% marks in aggregate;

40% in case of SC and ST candidates


should be below 20 years of age

22 years in case of SC/ST and Persons with Disability (PWD) candidates

Candidates who have appeared in the 10+2 examination and are awaiting results are also eligible to appear in the test. However, such candidates are required to pass the qualifying examination at the time of their admission and must be able to submit proofs in support of their claims.

No provisional admission shall be provided to those candidates who are not submitting the result of the qualifying examination (10+2) at the time of admission.

It also applies to the students who have appeared for their final semester examination in graduation.


There are three main organs of the government in a state- (i) the Legislative (ii) the Executive and (iii) the Judiciary. The Legislative acts as a law making body. The Executive executes the law. The Judiciary interprets and applies the law in the name of the state. It settles disputes of various cases in conflict. The Judiciary aims to provide justice to the deprived section.

The Judiciary usually consist of Supreme Court (Article 124, Indian Constitution), High Court (Article 214, Indian Constitution) and other Lower/Subordinate Courts. As per Article 214 of the Indian Constitution, the Supreme Court consists of the Chief Justice of India and not more than seven judges. However, the Parliament by passing a law may increase the number of judges. Now, it consists of the Chief Justice of India and 25 other Judges vide Section 2 of the Supreme Court Number of Judges (Amendment) Act, 1986. Every High Court consists of a Chief Justice and such other Judges as the President may, from time to time, deem it necessary to appoint (Art. 216).In every State there is a system of Subordinate Courts below the High Court (Articles 233-237). Generally speaking, the term "judiciary" is also used to refer collectively to the personnel, such as judgesmagistrates and other adjudicators, who form the core of a judiciary (sometimes referred to as a "bench"), as well as the staffs who keep the system running smoothly.

The administration of justice in India is vested in the Union Judiciary headed by the Supreme Court of India. It is the Apex Court of our Country. Indian Constitution provides for independence of judiciary. According to the Constitution, the Judges of the Supreme Court and High Courts are appointed by the President. But they are not subject to control by any authority. Further, Articles 32 and 226 confer on the Supreme Court and High Courts respectively, the power of judicial review to examine the Constitutional Validity of a law passed by the Parliament or State Legislature. The Constitution also secures the independence of Subordinate Judiciary from the Executive. The appointment, posting and promotion of Subordinate Judges shall be made by the Governor of the State in consultation with the High Court.